Swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

The Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay competition of the swimming events at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held on 9 August with the heats and final.[1]

Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay
at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Kazan 2015 - Victory Ceremony 4×100m medley relay M.JPG
Victory Ceremony
Dates9 August (heats and final)
Competitors127 from 29 nations
Winning time3:29.93
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    France
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   United States 3:27.28 Rome, Italy 2 August 2009
Competition record   United States 3:27.28 Rome, Italy 2 August 2009

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:27.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 4 1   United States Matt Grevers (52.85)
Cody Miller (59.23)
Tim Phillips (51.03)
Ryan Lochte (47.95)
3:31.06 Q
2 3 6   Australia Mitch Larkin (52.37)
Jake Packard (59.87)
David Morgan (51.76)
Kyle Chalmers (47.86)
3:31.86 Q
3 2 7   France Camille Lacourt (53.50)
Giacomo Perez-Dortona (1:00.06)
Mehdy Metella (50.88)
Fabien Gilot (48.07)
3:32.51 Q
4 4 4   Japan Ryosuke Irie (53.23)
Yasuhiro Koseki (59.65)
Takuro Fujii (51.59)
Shinri Shioura (48.35)
3:32.82 Q
5 1 5   Germany Jan-Philip Glania (53.51)
Hendrik Feldwehr (59.37)
Steffen Deibler (51.76)
Christoph Fildebrandt (48.30)
3:32.94 Q
6 2 6   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (53.70)
Ross Murdoch (59.20)
Adam Barrett (52.29)
Ben Proud (48.18)
3:33.37 Q
7 4 3   Poland Radosław Kawęcki (53.90)
Marcin Stolarski (1:00.66)
Paweł Korzeniowski (51.30)
Konrad Czerniak (47.64)
3:33.50 Q, NR
8 4 8   Russia Grigory Tarasevich (54.09)
Ilya Khomenko (59.58)
Daniil Pakhomov (51.83)
Alexandr Sukhorukov (48.52)
3:34.02 Q
9 3 3   Italy Simone Sabbioni (54.17)
Andrea Toniato (1:00.21)
Matteo Rivolta (52.00)
Marco Orsi (48.21)
3:34.59
10 3 4   Brazil Guilherme Guido (53.94)
Felipe Lima (59.59)
Arthur Mendes (52.86)
Marcelo Chierighini (48.34)
3:34.73
11 4 0   China Xu Jiayu (53.44)
Li Xiang (1:00.78)
Li Zhuhao (51.61)
Lin Yongqing (49.38)
3:35.21
12 2 1   Lithuania Danas Rapšys (54.71)
Giedrius Titenis (58.96)
Tadas Duškinas (52.69)
Mindaugas Sadauskas (48.94)
3:35.30 NR
13 2 2   Canada Russell Wood (54.95)
Richard Funk (1:00.05)
Santo Condorelli (52.29)
Yuri Kisil (48.43)
3:35.72
14 3 1   Greece Apostolos Christou (55.43)
Panagiotis Samilidis (1:01.44)
Andreas Vazaios (52.42)
Kristian Golomeev (48.57)
3:37.86
15 2 5   Belarus Pavel Sankovich (55.22)
Ilya Shymanovich (1:02.24)
Yauhen Tsurkin (51.66)
Artsiom Machekin (49.11)
3:38.23
16 3 2   New Zealand Corey Main (54.40)
Glenn Snyders (1:00.11)
Bradlee Ashby (54.50)
Matthew Stanley (49.68)
3:38.69
17 1 4    Switzerland Nils Liess (55.71)
Yannick Käser (1:00.33)
Nico van Duijn (53.03)
Alexandre Haldemann (49.87)
3:38.94 NR
18 1 3   Turkey Doruk Tekin (56.35)
Demir Atasoy (1:01.62)
Kaan Türker Ayar (53.99)
Kemal Arda Gürdal (48.50)
3:40.46 NR
19 2 0   Singapore Quah Zheng Wen (54.41)
Khoo Chien Yin Lionel (1:02.50)
Joseph Schooling (52.79)
Yeo Kai Quan (51.23)
3:40.93
20 3 7   Colombia Omar Pinzón (55.11)
Jorge Murillo (1:00.52)
Esnaider Reales (54.33)
Mateo de Angulo (51.48)
3:41.44
21 4 6   Egypt Mohamed Khaled (56.55)
Youssef El-Kamash (1:01.85)
Omar Eissa (53.73)
Marwan El-Kamash (49.84)
3:41.97 NR
22 2 4   Uzbekistan Daniil Bukin (57.53)
Vladislav Mustafin (1:00.68)
Aleksey Derlyugov (54.64)
Daniil Tulupov (49.48)
3:42.33
23 4 9   Estonia Ralf Tribuntsov (55.03/ NR)
Martin Allikvee (1:01.40)
Martin Liivamägi (54.83)
Martti Aljand (51.89)
3:43.15
24 3 5   Czech Republic Roman Dmytrijev (57.45)
Petr Bartůněk (1:03.69)
Jan Šefl (54.11)
Martin Verner (48.96)
3:44.21
25 2 8   Luxembourg Raphaël Stacchiotti (57.51)
Laurent Carnol (1:00.76)
Julien Henx (55.04)
Pit Brandenburger (50.91)
3:44.22
26 3 9   Latvia Janis Šaltans (56.36)
Daniils Bobrovs (1:02.60)
Nikolajs Maskalenko (56.11)
Uvis Kalniņš (50.51)
3:45.58
27 3 8   Kuwait Yousef Al-Askari (1:01.13)
Ahmad Al-Bader (1:03.51)
Abbas Qali (54.39)
Mohammad Madwa (51.72)
3:50.75 NR
2 3   Mexico DNS
3 0   Azerbaijan DNS
4 5   India DNS
4 2   Venezuela Carlos Omaña (DSQ}
Carlos Claverie
Albert Subirats
Cristian Quintero
DSQ
4 7   Hungary Gábor Balog (54.06)
Dániel Gyurta (DSQ}
László Cseh
Krisztián Takács
DSQ

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:07.[3]

 
Adrian and McEvoy after finish
Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  4   United States Ryan Murphy (53.05)
Kevin Cordes (58.88)
Tom Shields (50.59)
Nathan Adrian (47.41)
3:29.93
  5   Australia Mitch Larkin (52.41)
Jake Packard (59.16)
Jayden Hadler (51.91)
Cameron McEvoy (46.60)
3:30.08
  3   France Camille Lacourt (52.81)
Giacomo Perez-Dortona (59.88)
Mehdy Metella (50.39)
Fabien Gilot (47.42)
3:30.50
4 7   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (53.23)
Adam Peaty (57.74)
James Guy (51.62)
Ben Proud (48.08)
3:30.67 NR
5 8   Russia Evgeny Rylov (53.21)
Kirill Prigoda (59.11)
Daniil Pakhomov (51.17)
Vladimir Morozov (47.41)
3:30.90
6 6   Japan Ryosuke Irie (53.05)
Yasuhiro Koseki (59.31)
Takuro Fujii (51.15)
Shinri Shioura (47.59)
3:31.10
7 2   Germany Jan-Philip Glania (53.48)
Hendrik Feldwehr (59.15)
Steffen Deibler (51.27)
Christoph Fildebrandt (48.26)
3:32.16
8 1   Poland Radosław Kawęcki (54.25)
Marcin Stolarski (1:00.57)
Paweł Korzeniowski (51.14)
Konrad Czerniak (48.38)
3:34.34

ReferencesEdit