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

The 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay competition of the swimming events at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held on 5 August with the heats and the final.[1]

4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay
at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Kazan 2015 - Victory Ceremony mixed medley relay.JPG
Victory Ceremony
Dates5 August (heats and final)
Competitors125 from 28 nations
Winning time3:41.71
Medalists
gold medal    Great Britain
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Germany
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   United Kingdom 3:44.02 Berlin, Germany 19 August 2014
Competition record '

The following new records were set during this competition

Date Event Nation Time Record
5 August Heats   Russia 3:45.87 CR
5 August Heats   United States 3:42.33 WR, CR
5 August Final   Great Britain 3:41.71 WR, CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:49.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 3 2   United States Ryan Murphy (52.18) CR
Kevin Cordes (58.33)
Kendyl Stewart (57.78)
Lia Neal (54.04)
3:42.33 Q, WR
2 3 0   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (53.40)
Ross Murdoch (59.14)
Rachael Kelly (58.02)
Fran Halsall (53.83)
3:44.39 Q
3 4 3   Germany Jan-Philip Glania (53.89)
Hendrik Feldwehr (59.22)
Alexandra Wenk (57.88)
Annika Bruhn (54.40)
3:45.39 Q, NR
4 2 4   Russia Daria Ustinova (59.89)
Kirill Prigoda (59.99)
Daniil Pakhomov (51.52)
Veronika Popova (54.47)
3:45.87 Q
5 3 7   Italy Simone Sabbioni (53.46)
Arianna Castiglioni (1:07.13)
Matteo Rivolta (51.29)
Erika Ferraioli (54.15)
3:46.03 Q, NR
6 1 6   China Xu Jiayu (53.44)
Li Xiang (1:01.38)
Chen Xinyi (58.51)
Zhu Menghui (54.15)
3:47.48 Q, AS
7 3 1   Hungary Gábor Balog (54.03)
David Horvath (1:01.66)
Evelyn Verrasztó (59.19)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (54.62)
3:49.50 Q
8 4 9   Canada Russell Wood (54.76)
Rachel Nicol (1:07.60)
Noemie Thomas (57.96)
Karl Krug (49.28)
3:49.60 Q
9 4 4   Brazil Daynara de Paula (1:02.58)
Felipe Lima (1:00.86)
Daiene Dias (1:00.17)
João de Lucca (49.84)
3:53.45
10 3 5    Switzerland Nils Liess (56.01)
Martin Schweizer (1:01.81)
Danielle Villars (59.47)
Megan Connor (56.27)
3:53.56
11 1 4   Finland Mimosa Jallow (1:01.48)
Sami Aaltomaa (1:01.64)
Emilia Pikkarainen (59.79)
Ari-Pekka Liukkonen (52.46)
3:55.37
12 4 7   Colombia Omar Pinzón (57.42)
Jorge Murillo (1:01.57)
Jessica Camposano (1:00.84)
Isabella Arcila (55.59)
3:55.42
13 4 6   Singapore Quah Zheng Wen (54.63)
Ho Ru'En Roanne (1:11.98)
Quah Ting Wen (59.80)
Yeo Kai Quan (51.10)
3:57.51
14 2 8   Mexico Lourdes Villaseñor (1:04.70)
Daniela Carrillo (1:10.01)
Daniel Ramirez Carranza (55.15)
Alejandro Escudero (50.95)
4:00.81
15 1 3   Thailand Kasipat Chograthin (59.13)
Radomyos Matjiur (1:04.03)
Sutasinee Pankaew (1:03.60)
Jenjira Srisa-Ard (1:00.43)
4:07.19
16 2 3   Azerbaijan Boris Kirillov (58.16)
Anton Zheltyakov (1:02.95)
Alsu Bayramova (1:06.50)
Fatima Alkaramova (1:00.32)
4:07.93
17 2 0   Costa Rica Mario Montoya (1:01.81)
Esteban Araya (1:07.64)
Marie Laura Meza (1:01.11)
Helena Moreno (1:00.19)
4:10.75
18 2 9   Bolivia Andrew Rutherfurd (59.14)
José Quintanilla (1:08.95)
Karen Torrez (1:02.83)
María José Ribera (1:01.57)
4:12.49
19 2 2   Papua New Guinea Ryan Pini (56.38)
Tegan McCarthy (1:17.87)
Sam Seghers (56.07)
Barbara Vali-Skelton (1:03.58)
4:13.90
20 3 6   Zambia Jade Howard (1:08.07)
Alex Axiotis (1:07.06)
Ralph Goveia (56.41)
Tilka Paljk (1:02.86)
4:14.40
21 4 0   Macau Ngou Pok Man (59.43)
Lei On Kei (1:14.85)
Chao Man Hou (1:00.80)
Long Chi Wai (1:00.94)
4.16.02
22 2 5   Sri Lanka Kimiko Raheem (1:05.47)
Machiko Raheem (1:24.19)
Matthew Abeysinghe (56.34)
Cherantha de Silva (53.24)
4:19.24
23 3 8   Jordan Mohammed Bedour (1:04.16)
Lydia Musleh (1:18.81)
Khader Baqlah (57.68)
Talita Baqlah (59.06)
4:19.71
24 3 9   Dominican Republic Arianna Sanna (1:10.71)
Jean Luis Gómez (1:10.40)
Dorian McMenemy (1:06.93)
Jhonny Peréz (51.75)
4:19.79
25 4 1   Kenya Talisa Lanoe (1:09.32)
Issa Mohamed (1:13.15)
Emily Muteti (1:05.72)
Hamdan Bayusuf (55.80)
4:23.99
26 4 5   Mongolia Enkhkhuslen Batbayar (1:13.20)
Delgerkhuu Myagmar (1:14.17)
Batsaikhan Dulguun (59.05)
Yesui Bayar (1:08.04)
4:34.46
2 7   Turkey Ekaterina Avramova (1:02.97)
Viktoriya Zeynep Gunes (DSQ)
Kaan Türker Ayar
Kemal Arda Gürdal
DSQ
3 4   France Benjamin Stasiulis (54.43)
Giacomo Perez-Dortona (59.55)
Marie Wattel (58.62)
Anna Santamans (DSQ)
DSQ
1 2   Albania DNS
1 5   Philippines DNS
2 1   Suriname DNS
2 6   Egypt DNS
3 3   Japan DNS
4 2   Argentina DNS
4 8   Mozambique DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:19.[3]

 
Start of the final
Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  5   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (52.94)
Adam Peaty (57.98)
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor (57.02)
Fran Halsall (53.77)
3:41.71 WR
  4   United States Ryan Murphy (53.31)
Kevin Cordes (58.63)
Katie McLaughlin (57.56)
Margo Geer (53.77)
3:43.27
  3   Germany Jan-Philip Glania (53.52)
Hendrik Feldwehr (59.16)
Alexandra Wenk (57.21)
Annika Bruhn (54.24)
3:44.13 NR
4 7   China Xu Jiayu (52.74)
Li Xiang (1:00.47)
Lu Ying (57.39)
Zhu Menghui (54.05)
3:44.65 AS
5 6   Russia Anastasia Fesikova (1:00.48)
Yuliya Yefimova (1:05.46)
Daniil Pakhomov (51.60)
Vladimir Morozov (47.29)
3:44.83
6 2   Italy Simone Sabbioni (53.68)
Arianna Castiglioni (1:06.44)
Piero Codia (51.59)
Silvia Di Pietro (53.88)
3:45.59 NR
7 8   Canada Russell Wood (54.51)
Richard Funk (59.69)
Katerine Savard (57.83)
Sandrine Mainville (54.20)
3:46.23
8 1   Hungary Gábor Balog (54.32)
Dávid Horváth (1:01.80)
Evelyn Verrasztó (59.46)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (54.48)
3:50.06

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