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Swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships – 4 × 100 metre mixed freestyle relay

The 4 × 100 metre mixed freestyle relay competition of the swimming events at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held on 8 August with the heats and the final.[1]

4 × 100 metre mixed freestyle relay
at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Kazan 2015 - Victory Ceremony 4×100 metres freestyle relay MIXED.JPG
Victory Ceremony
Dates 8 August (heats and final)
Competitors 123 from 28 nations
Winning time 3:23.05
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Canada
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Contents

RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

World record   Australia 3:23.29 Perth, Australia 01 February 2014
Competition record '

The following new records were set during this competition

Date Event Nation Time Record
8 August Final   United States 3:23.05 WR, CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:24.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 3 3   United States Conor Dwyer (49.47)
Ryan Lochte (48.43)
Margo Geer (53.12)
Abbey Weitzeil (53.49)
3:24.51 Q, AM
2 4 4   Russia Andrey Grechin (49.21)
Nikita Lobintsev (47.97)
Veronika Popova (54.00)
Nataliya Lovtsova (54.05)
3:25.23 Q
3 3 5   Italy Luca Dotto (49.30)
Filippo Magnini (48.60)
Federica Pellegrini (54.35)
Erika Ferraioli (53.98)
3:26.23 Q
4 3 4   Sweden Christoffer Carlsen (49.78)
Simon Sjödin (49.70)
Michelle Coleman (53.35)
Louise Hansson (53.77)
3:26.60 Q, NR
5 3 0   Netherlands Sebastiaan Verschuren (49.49)
Kyle Stolk (49.44)
Marrit Steenbergen (55.29)
Femke Heemskerk (52.69)
3:26.91 Q, NR
6 2 7   China Yu Hexin (49.82)
Lin Yongqing (49.29)
Qiu Yuhan (53.87)
Tang Yuting (54.73)
3:27.71 Q
7 2 4   Canada Yuri Kisil (49.36)
Karl Krug (49.20)
Sandrine Mainville (54.22)
Victoria Poon (54.97)
3:27.75 Q
7 2 5   Brazil Matheus Santana (49.82)
Marcelo Chierighini (48.43)
Larissa Oliveira (54.89)
Daynara de Paula (54.61)
3:27.75 Q, SA
9 4 2   France Lorys Bourelly (49.94)
Clément Mignon (48.20)
Cloé Hache (55.33)
Margaux Fabre (54.82)
3:28.29
10 2 1   Japan Yuki Kobori (49.69)
Naito Ehara (49.90)
Rikako Ikee (54.31)
Misaki Yamaguchi (54.64)
3:28.54
11 3 8   Germany Christoph Fildebrandt (49.08)
Marco di Carli (48.93)
Alexandra Wenk (55.03)
Marlene Hüther (55.95)
3:28.99 NR
12 3 2   Turkey Doğa Çelik (50.30)
Kemal Arda Gürdal (49.23)
Ekaterina Avramova (56.21)
Gizem Bozkurt (57.37)
3:33.11
13 4 7   Singapore Yeo Kai Quan (51.43)
Amanda Lim (57.68)
Quah Ting Wen (56.08)
Quah Zheng Wen (49.39)
3:34.58
14 1 5    Switzerland Lukas Räuftlin (51.25)
Jean-Baptiste Febo (50.76)
Noemi Girardet (56.70)
Maria Ugolkova (56.01)
3:34.72
15 4 1   Luxembourg Julien Henx (50.99)
Pit Brandenburger (50.85)
Julie Meynen (55.51)
Monique Olivier (57.84)
3:35.19
16 2 2   Serbia Andrej Barna (51.21)
Uroš Nikolić (50.24)
Miroslava Najdanovski (57.98)
Anja Crevar (59.23)
3:38.66
17 4 6 FINA Independent Athletes Matthew Abeysinghe (51.47)
Machiko Raheem (59.94)
Cherantha de Silva (52.60)
Kimiko Raheem (58.93)
3:42.94
18 4 8   Dominican Republic Jhonny Peréz (52.85)
Arianna Sanna (59.04)
Dorian McMenemy (58.98)
Jean Luis Gómez (52.98)
3:43.85
19 1 4   Costa Rica Marie Meza (59.09)
Esteban Araya (54.55)
Helena Moreno (1:00.10)
Mario Montoya (52.42)
3:46.16
20 4 5   Bolivia Andrew Rutherfurd (52.37 NR)
Maria José Ribera (1:01.73)
Karen Torrez (57.96)
Aldo Castillo (54.40)
3:46.46
21 2 6   Jordan Khader Baqlah (51.81)
Mohammed Bedour (53.73)
Rahaf Baqleh (1:02.21)
Talita Baqlah (59.59)
3:47.34
22 2 8   Mozambique Denílson da Costa (55.03)
Jannah Sonnenschein (1:00.94)
Jessika Cossa (59.86)
Igor Mogne (51.77)
3:47.60
23 4 3   Macau Chao Man Hou (52.92)
Long Chi Wai (1:01.63)
Ngou Pok Man (53.28)
Lei On Kei (1:00.97)
3:48.80
24 2 3   Kenya Emily Muteti (1:01.03)
Hamdan Bayusuf (56.38)
Talisa Lanoe (1:01.96)
Issa Mohamed (53.49)
3:52.86
25 3 6   Armenia Vahan Mkhitaryan (53.85)
Monika Vasilyan (1:03.33)
Ani Poghosyan (1:01.29)
Vladimir Mamikonyan (54.49)
3:52.96
26 3 9   Mongolia Yesui Bayar (1:11.46)
Batsaikhan Dulguun (55.65)
Enkhkhuslen Batbayar (1:05.69)
Delgerkhuu Myagmar (56.05)
4:08.85
2 0   Tajikistan Anastasiya Tyurina (59.88)
Karina Klimyk (1:05.82)
Olim Kurbanov (1:11.96)
Ramziyor Khorkashov (DSQ)
DSQ
4 0   Papua New Guinea Ryan Pini (50.86)
Tegan McCarthy (1:06.05)
Barbara Vali-Skelton (1:04.02)
Sam Seghers (DSQ)
DSQ
1 3   Albania DNS
3 1   Australia DNS
3 7   Mexico DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held on 8 August at 19:17.[3]

 
Missy Franklin (left) and Femke Heemskerk after finishing first and second
Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  4   United States Ryan Lochte (48.79)
Nathan Adrian (47.29)
Simone Manuel (53.66)
Missy Franklin (53.31)
3:23.05 WR
  2   Netherlands Sebastiaan Verschuren (48.74)
Joost Reijns (49.09)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (52.48)
Femke Heemskerk (52.79)
3:23.10 EU
  1   Canada Santo Condorelli (48.19)
Yuri Kisil (48.25)
Chantal van Landeghem (53.60)
Sandrine Mainville (53.55)
3:23.59
4 5   Russia Vladimir Morozov (48.27)
Alexandr Sukhorukov (47.74)
Veronika Popova (53.72)
Nataliya Lovtsova (54.48)
3:24.21
5 3   Italy Marco Orsi (48.70)
Filippo Magnini (48.19)
Federica Pellegrini (54.26)
Erika Ferraioli (54.11)
3:25.26
6 8   Brazil Matheus Santana (48.96)
Bruno Fratus (47.83)
Larissa Oliveira (54.15)
Daynara de Paula (54.64)
3:25.58 SA
7 7   China Yu Hexin (49.70)
Lin Yongqing (49.06)
Qiu Yuhan (53.83)
Tang Yuting (54.35)
3:26.94 AS
8 6   Sweden Christoffer Carlsen (50.03)
Simon Sjödin (49.67)
Michelle Coleman (53.41)
Louise Hansson (53.98)
3:27.09

ReferencesEdit