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Swimming at the 2017 Summer Universiade – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

The Men's 100 metre breaststroke competition at the 2017 Summer Universiade was held on 20 and 21 August 2017.[1]

Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the 2017 Summer Universiade
VenueNational Taiwan Sport University Arena
LocationTaipei, Taiwan
Dates20 August (heats and semifinals)
21 August (final)
Competitors66 from 45 nations
Winning time1:00.15
Medalists
gold medal    Belarus
gold medal    United States
bronze medal    Kazakhstan
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Adam Peaty (GBR) 57.13 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7 August 2016
Competition record   Ihor Borysyk (UKR) 59.53 Belgrade, Serbia 6 July 2009

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 20 August at 10:28.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 8 4 Andrew Wilson   United States 59.69 Q
2 9 6 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 1:00.47 Q
3 9 2 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 1:00.61 Q
4 7 4 Ilya Shymanovich   Belarus 1:00.62 Q
5 9 4 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 1:00.76 Q
6 9 8 Ryuya Mura   Japan 1:01.12 Q
7 8 5 Marcin Stolarski   Poland 1:01.22 Q
8 6 5 Elijah Wall   Canada 1:01.27 Q
9 7 5 Andrius Šidlauskas   Lithuania 1:01.29 Q
10 8 3 Raphael Rodrigues   Brazil 1:01.32 Q
11 9 7 Andrea Toniato   Italy 1:01.34 Q
12 9 3 Jacob Montague   United States 1:01.36 Q
13 8 6 Mamoru Mori   Japan 1:01.43 Q
14 8 1 Kim Jae-youn   South Korea 1:01.47 Q
15 6 2 Darragh Greene   Ireland 1:01.56 Q
16 9 1 Felipe Monni   Brazil 1:01.67 Q
17 7 3 Jorge Murillo   Colombia 1:01.70
18 7 2 Nicholas Quinn   Ireland 1:01.79
19 8 7 Mikhail Dorinov   Russia 1:01.80
20 7 7 Federico Poggio   Italy 1:01.83
21 7 6 Johannes Skagius   Sweden 1:01.94
22 8 2 Maximilian Pilger   Germany 1:02.07
23 5 7 Alaric Basson   South Africa 1:02.22
24 8 8 Mauro Castillo   Mexico 1:02.35
25 6 7 Tomáš Klobučník   Slovakia 1:02.37
26 5 1 Alex Milligan   Australia 1:02.38
27 9 5 Fabian Schwingenschlögl   Germany 1:02.45
27 4 7 Chao Man Hou   Macau 1:02.48
29 5 2 Miikka Ruohoniemi   Finland 1:02.56
30 6 1 George Schroder   New Zealand 1:02.58
31 7 1 Itay Goldfaden   Israel 1:02.66
32 7 8 Johannes Dietrich   Austria 1:02.79
33 6 3 Lee Hsuan-yen   Chinese Taipei 1:02.84
34 6 4 Jolann Bovey   Switzerland 1:02.85
35 4 4 Teemu Vuorela   Finland 1:02.97
36 6 6 Oleksandr Karpenko   Ukraine 1:03.19
37 5 4 Daniils Bobrovs   Latvia 1:03.21
38 4 6 Antoine Viquerat   France 1:03.35
39 5 3 Jacob Garrod   New Zealand 1:03.48
40 6 8 Aibek Kamzenov   Kazakhstan 1:03.51
41 5 8 Gabriel Morelli   Argentina 1:03.65
42 4 5 Shin Hyeong-keun   South Korea 1:03.80
43 5 6 Nikolajs Maskaļenko   Latvia 1:03.87
44 4 3 Kwok Ka Fai   Hong Kong 1:03.93
45 5 5 Hsu Han-peng   Chinese Taipei 1:03.95
46 4 2 Joaquin Serra   Argentina 1:04.12
47 4 1 Gerdi Zulfitranto   Indonesia 1:04.43
48 3 6 Ayrton Kasemets   Estonia 1:05.25
49 3 5 Chen Hongrui   China 1:06.05
50 3 4 Kenneth Lim   Singapore 1:06.07
51 4 8 Wong Ho Kiu   Hong Kong 1:06.79
52 3 3 José Gálvez   Chile 1:06.85
53 3 1 Felipe Quiroz   Chile 1:07.67
54 2 5 Zandanbal Gunsennorov   Mongolia 1:08.39
55 2 4 Maksim Akavantsev   Estonia 1:09.42
56 3 7 Alejandro López   Costa Rica 1:09.71
57 3 8 Anthony Souaiby   Lebanon 1:09.82
58 2 6 Daniel Tung   Singapore 1:10.87
59 3 2 Drew Magbag   Philippines 1:11.39
60 2 2 Rodrigo Guerra   Nicaragua 1:12.31
61 2 7 Taveesh Edussuriya   Sri Lanka 1:15.13
62 1 3 Daisuke Ssegwanyi   Uganda 1:17.21
63 1 6 Ruben Frio   Mozambique 1:17.22
64 2 8 Sameera Vithanage   Sri Lanka 1:23.91
65 1 4 Salim Al-Masroori   Oman 1:25.27
1 5 Mohammed Al-Habsi   Oman DSQ
2 1 Sunday Nwabogor   Nigeria DNS
2 3 Forsight Osamezu   Nigeria DNS

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 20 August at 19:41.[3]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 1:00.53 Q
2 5 Ilya Shymanovich   Belarus 1:00.65 Q
3 7 Jacob Montague   United States 1:00.97 Q
4 3 Ryuya Mura   Japan 1:01.37
5 6 Elijah Wall   Canada 1:01.48
6 1 Kim Jae-youn   South Korea 1:01.54
7 8 Felipe Monni   Brazil 1:01.60
8 2 Raphael Rodrigues   Brazil 1:01.75

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 1:00.27 Q
2 4 Andrew Wilson   United States 1:00.49 Q
3 5 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 1:00.66 Q
4 2 Andrius Šidlauskas   Lithuania 1:01.05 Q
5 6 Marcin Stolarski   Poland 1:01.14 Q
6 1 Mamoru Mori   Japan 1:01.36
7 8 Darragh Greene   Ireland 1:01.89
8 7 Andrea Toniato   Italy 1:01.92

FinalEdit

The final was held on 21 August at 19:34.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  6 Ilya Shymanovich   Belarus 1:00.15
  5 Andrew Wilson   United States 1:00.15
  4 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 1:00.17
4 3 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 1:00.35 NR
5 2 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 1:00.68
6 7 Jacob Montague   United States 1:00.93
7 1 Andrius Šidlauskas   Lithuania 1:00.95
8 8 Marcin Stolarski   Poland 1:01.30

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2017 Summer Universiade – Swimming – Technical handbook" (PDF). data.2017.gov.taipei. Retrieved 16 August 2017.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Semifinals results
  4. ^ Final results