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Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre butterfly

The men's 50 metre butterfly event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 28–29 July at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Men's 50 metre butterfly
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
VenuePalau Sant Jordi
DatesJuly 28, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
July 29, 2013 (final)
Competitors78 from 71 nations
Winning time23.01
Medalists
gold medal    Brazil
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    France
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RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and championship records were:

World record   Rafael Muñoz (ESP) 22.43 Málaga, Spain 5 April 2009 [3][4]
Competition record   Milorad Čavić (SRB) 22.67 Rome, Italy 27 July 2009 [5]

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 11:05.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 9 5 Roland Mark Schoeman   South Africa 23.02 Q
2 7 3 Rafael Muñoz   Spain 23.17 Q
3 8 5 Florent Manaudou   France 23.18 Q
4 9 2 Andriy Hovorov   Ukraine 23.19 Q
5 9 7 Piero Codia   Italy 23.21 Q, NR
6 8 2 Matt Grevers   United States 23.29 Q
7 9 6 Eugene Godsoe   United States 23.31 Q
8 7 5 César Cielo   Brazil 23.32 Q
9 9 3 Matt Targett   Australia 23.36 Q
10 9 8 Wu Peng   China 23.43 Q
11 8 3 Yauhen Tsurkin   Belarus 23.45 Q
12 8 4 Nicholas Santos   Brazil 23.45 Q
13 9 4 Frédérick Bousquet   France 23.49 Q
14 8 6 Steffen Deibler   Germany 23.50 Q
15 7 4 Benjamin Proud   Great Britain 23.50 Q
16 9 9 Mario Todorović   Croatia 23.53 Q
17 7 2 Ivan Lenđer   Serbia 23.58
18 7 9 Barry Murphy   Ireland 23.65
19 8 8 Matteo Rivolta   Italy 23.65
20 8 7 Yoris Grandjean   Belgium 23.68
21 7 6 Konrad Czerniak   Poland 23.72
22 7 7 François Heersbrandt   Belgium 23.75
23 8 1 Chad le Clos   South Africa 23.76
24 8 9 Yang Jung-Doo   South Korea 23.84 NR
25 7 8 Ben Hockin   Paraguay 23.94 NR
26 5 9 Elvis Burrows   Bahamas 23.98
27 9 1 Yevgeny Korotyshkin   Russia 23.98
28 7 1 Chris Wright   Australia 24.01
29 5 4 Yevgeniy Lazuka   Azerbaijan 24.14
30 8 0 Tadas Duskinas   Lithuania 24.15
31 6 6 Simão Morgado   Portugal 24.20
32 6 0 Coleman Allen   Canada 24.25
33 9 0 Christos Katrantzis   Greece 24.29
34 6 4 Bence Pulai   Hungary 24.31
35 5 7 Mauricio Fiol   Peru 24.32 NR
36 6 7 Joshua McLeod   Trinidad and Tobago 24.43
37 6 5 Riku Poytakivi   Finland 24.45
38 5 5 Michal Navara   Slovakia 24.54
39 6 8 Shehab Younis   Egypt 24.70
40 5 6 Tomas Plevko   Czech Republic 24.71
41 6 9 Norbert Trandafir   Romania 24.73
42 5 2 Andrew Chetcuti   Malta 24.88
43 5 8 Ricardo Yee   Panama 24.89
44 5 1 Oliver Elliot   Chile 24.96 NR
45 6 3 İskender Baslakov   Turkey 24.98
46 6 2 Tomer Zamir   Israel 25.06
47 5 3 Gabriel Melconian Alvez   Uruguay 25.08
48 6 1 Ifalemi Sau-Paea   Tonga 25.17
49 4 7 Anthony Ralefy   Madagascar 25.53
50 4 5 Yellow Yeiyah   Nigeria 25.56
51 3 2 Christopher Clark   French Polynesia 25.81
52 4 6 Adrian Todd   Botswana 25.98
53 4 4 Sofyan El Gadi   Libya 26.08
54 3 6 Oumar Toure   Mali 26.09
55 7 0 Afshin Asgari   Iran 26.10
56 4 1 Tyrone Alvarado   Ecuador 26.13
57 4 8 Batsaikhan Dulguun   Mongolia 26.20
58 4 0 Ralph Goveia   Zambia 26.31
59 3 3 Niall Roberts   Guyana 26.39
60 5 0 Damit Davletbaev   Kyrgyzstan 26.67
61 4 2 Mohammad Anik Islam   Bangladesh 26.69
62 3 4 D. Kalu Achchige   Sri Lanka 26.70
63 3 5 Valdo Lourenco   Mozambique 26.72
64 4 3 Sergeý Krowýakow   Turkmenistan 26.79
65 3 7 Ameer Ali   Iraq 27.06
66 4 9 Adam Viktoria   Seychelles 27.09
67 1 5 Omar Omar   Qatar 27.10
68 3 8 Syed Naqvi   Pakistan 27.11
69 3 0 Kensuke Kimura   Northern Mariana Islands 28.01
70 2 3 Ahmed Borhane   Djibouti 28.03
71 3 9 Hilal Hemed Hilal   Tanzania 28.25
72 3 1 Folarin Ogunsola   Gambia 28.50
73 2 4 Noah Mascoll-Gomes   Antigua and Barbuda 28.71
74 2 6 Adnan Mohamed Muthasim   Maldives 29.56
75 2 7 Eloi Imaniraguha   Rwanda 30.36
76 2 2 Esayas Ayele   Ethiopia 30.79
77 2 1 Osman Kamara   Sierra Leone 35.66
78 2 8 Derek Dainard   F.S. Micronesia 35.88
1 4 Ayoub Bagla Gebsa Kalfo   Sudan DNS
2 5 Yousef Al-Nehmi   Yemen DNS

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:37.[7]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 César Cielo   Brazil 22.86 Q
2 7 Yauhen Tsurkin   Belarus 22.90 Q, NR
3 5 Andriy Hovorov   Ukraine 22.97 Q, NR
4 4 Rafael Muñoz   Spain 23.19
5 1 Benjamin Proud   Great Britain 23.33
6 3 Matt Grevers   United States 23.35
7 8 Mario Todorović   Croatia 23.47
8 2 Wu Peng   China 23.87

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 Nicholas Santos   Brazil 22.81 Q
2 1 Frédérick Bousquet   France 22.93 Q
3 8 Steffen Deibler   Germany 23.02 Q
4 5 Florent Manaudou   France 23.15 Q
5 6 Eugene Godsoe   United States 23.16 Q
6 4 Roland Mark Schoeman   South Africa 23.25
7 2 Matt Targett   Australia 23.39
8 3 Piero Codia   Italy 23.50

FinalEdit

The final was held at 18:47.[8]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 César Cielo   Brazil 23.01
  8 Eugene Godsoe   United States 23.05
  6 Frédérick Bousquet   France 23.11
4 4 Nicholas Santos   Brazil 23.21
5 2 Andriy Hovorov   Ukraine 23.22
6 3 Yauhen Tsurkin   Belarus 23.28
6 7 Steffen Deibler   Germany 23.28
8 1 Florent Manaudou   France 23.35

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Spanish Open: Rafael Munoz Breaks 50 Fly World Record". Swimming World Magazine. 5 April 2009. Archived from the original on 5 September 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Munoz finishes 50m fly in 22.43 seconds". ESPN. 5 April 2009. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  5. ^ "FINA World Championships, Swimming: Milorad Cavic Wins 50 Fly At Touch, Takes Meet Record". Swimming World Magazine. 27 July 2009. Archived from the original on 30 June 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  6. ^ Heats Results
  7. ^ Semifinal Results
  8. ^ Final Results

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