Swimming at the 2014 Commonwealth Games – Men's 100 metre butterfly

The men's 100 metre butterfly event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games as part of the swimming programme took place on 27 and 28 July at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow, Scotland.

Men's 100 metre butterfly
at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
VenueTollcross International Swimming Centre
Dates27 July 2014 (2014-07-27) (heats & semis)
28 July 2014 (2014-07-28) (final)
Competitors38 from 26 nations
Winning time51.29 GR
Medalists
gold medal    South Africa
silver medal    Singapore
bronze medal    England
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The medals were presented by Bruce Robertson, Vice-President of the Commonwealth Games Federation and Swimming at the 1974 Commonwealth Games – Men's 100 metre butterfly|1974 Commonwealth bronze medallist in this event and the quaichs were presented by Paul Bush, Director of Commonwealth Games Scotland and former Chief Executive Officer of Scottish Swimming.

RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Commonwealth Games records were as follows.

World record   Michael Phelps (USA) 49.82 Rome, Italy 1 August 2009 [1][2]
Commonwealth record
Games record   Geoff Huegill (AUS) 51.69 Delhi, India 8 October 2010 [3]

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
24 July Final Chad le Clos   South Africa 51.29 GR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 4 Chad le Clos   South Africa 52.68 Q
2 5 5 Jayden Hadler   Australia 52.81 Q
3 4 4 Chris Wright   Australia 52.89 Q
4 4 3 Adam Barrett   England 53.13 Q
5 3 5 Jason Dunford   Kenya 53.27 Q
6 5 3 James Guy   England 53.28 Q
7 4 5 Tom Laxton   Wales 53.45 Q
8 3 4 Tommaso D'Orsogna   Australia 53.53 Q
=9 3 3 Joseph Schooling   Singapore 53.58 Q
5 6 Coleman Allen   Canada
11 4 6 Joseph Roebuck   England 53.67 Q
12 5 2 Evan White   Canada 53.98 Q
13 4 2 Grant Halsall   Isle of Man 54.00 Q
14 3 2 Dylan Carter   Trinidad and Tobago 54.21 Q
15 4 7 Quah Zheng Wen   Singapore 54.46 Q
16 3 6 Gamal Assaad   Canada 54.62 Q
17 5 7 Sajan Prakash   India 55.58
18 5 1 Ifalemi Sau-Paea   Tonga 55.62
19 4 1 Ralph Goveia   Zambia 56.33
20 3 1 Thomas Hollingsworth   Guernsey 56.68
21 3 7 Curtis Coulter   Northern Ireland 57.20
22 2 4 Issa Mohamed   Kenya 58.05
23 4 8 Mathieu Marquet   Mauritius 58.29
24 2 5 Igor Mogne   Mozambique 58.56
25 5 8 Cherantha de Silva   Sri Lanka 59.25
26 2 3 Alex Bregazzi   Isle of Man 59.69
27 3 8 James Sanderson   Gibraltar 1:00.65
28 2 6 Stanford Kawale   Papua New Guinea 1:00.67
29 2 2 Meli Malani   Fiji 1:00.91
30 2 7 Adam Viktora   Seychelles 1:01.13
31 1 4 Abeiku Jackson   Ghana 1:01.40
32 2 1 Haris Bandey   Pakistan 1:04.37
33 1 3 Collin Akara   Papua New Guinea 1:05.09
34 1 6 Nishwan Ibrahim   Maldives 1:05.22
35 1 2 Ammaar Ghadiyali   Tanzania 1:06.21
36 1 5 Mohamed Adnan   Maldives 1:09.76
37 1 7 Dillon Gooding   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1:11.86
2 8 Emidio Cuna   Mozambique DNS

SemifinalsEdit

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 5 Adam Barrett   England 52.00 Q
2 2 4 Chad le Clos   South Africa 52.12 Q
3 2 2 Joseph Schooling   Singapore 52.22 Q
4 2 5 Chris Wright   Australia 52.58 Q
5 1 6 Tommaso D'Orsogna   Australia 52.74 Q
6 1 3 James Guy   England 52.78 Q
7 2 3 Jason Dunford   Kenya 52.94 Q
8 1 4 Jayden Hadler   Australia 53.12 Q
9 2 6 Tom Laxton   Wales 53.14
10 2 7 Joseph Roebuck   England 53.29
11 1 7 Evan White   Canada 53.54
12 1 2 Coleman Allen   Canada 53.63
13 2 1 Grant Halsall   Isle of Man 54.15
14 2 8 Quah Zheng Wen   Singapore 54.29
15 1 8 Gamal Assaad   Canada 54.40
16 1 1 Dylan Carter   Trinidad and Tobago 54.45

FinalEdit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Chad le Clos   South Africa 51.29 GR
  3 Joseph Schooling   Singapore 51.69 NR
  4 Adam Barrett   England 51.93
4 8 Jayden Hadler   Australia 52.42
5 2 Tommaso D'Orsogna   Australia 52.45
6 7 James Guy   England 52.63
7 1 Jason Dunford   Kenya 52.71
8 6 Chris Wright   Australia 52.88

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Crouse, Karen (2 August 2009). "Phelps Grabs Record in 100 Butterfly". New York Times. Retrieved 11 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Phelps 1st to break 50 seconds in event". ESPN. 1 August 2009. Retrieved 11 July 2013.
  3. ^ "Commonwealth Games: Rebecca Adlington Breaks 24-Year-Old Record; Geoff Huegill, Leisel Jones and Yolane Kukla Make History". Swimming World Magazine. 8 October 2010. Retrieved 8 October 2010.

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