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Swimming at the 2017 Summer Universiade – Men's 200 metre breaststroke

The Men's 200 metre breaststroke competition at the 2017 Summer Universiade was held on 22 and 23 August 2017.[1]

Men's 200 metre breaststroke
at the 2017 Summer Universiade
VenueNational Taiwan Sport University Arena
LocationTaipei, Taiwan
Dates22 August (heats and semifinals)
23 August (final)
Competitors50 from 36 nations
Winning time2:08.45
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Kazakhstan
bronze medal    Russia
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Ippei Watanabe (JPN) 2:06.67 Tokyo, Japan 29 January 2017
Competition record   Ihor Borysyk (UKR) 2:08.73 Belgrade, Serbia 8 July 2009

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
22 August Heats Andrew Wilson   United States 2:08.37 UR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 22 August at 9:38.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 4 Andrew Wilson   United States 2:08.37 Q, UR
2 5 4 Mikhail Dorinov   Russia 2:10.93 Q
3 7 4 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 2:11.73 Q
4 6 3 Rintaro Okubo   Japan 2:11.82 Q
5 7 5 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 2:11.86 Q
6 5 6 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 2:12.69 Q
7 6 5 Will Licon   United States 2:13.10 Q
8 7 3 Mamoru Mori   Japan 2:13.16 Q
9 7 6 Nicholas Quinn   Ireland 2:13.54 Q
10 5 3 Flavio Bizzarri   Italy 2:13.71 Q
10 7 2 Elijah Wall   Canada 2:13.71 Q
12 5 5 Maximilian Pilger   Germany 2:13.81 Q
13 7 7 Alex Milligan   Australia 2:13.94 Q
14 5 2 Mauro Castillo   Mexico 2:14.14 Q
15 6 1 George Schroder   New Zealand 2:15.16 Q
16 5 1 Lee Hsuan-yen   Chinese Taipei 2:15.20
17 5 8 Jolann Bovey   Switzerland 2:15.23
18 5 7 Ilya Shymanovich   Belarus 2:15.30
19 6 2 Kim Jae-youn   South Korea 2:15.82
20 3 6 Alaric Basson   South Africa 2:16.19
21 3 1 Arjan Knipping   Netherlands 2:16.20
22 4 3 Darragh Greene   Ireland 2:16.35
22 6 7 Cai Bing-rong   Chinese Taipei 2:16.35
24 7 8 Johannes Dietrich   Austria 2:16.74
25 6 6 Fabian Schwingenschlögl   Germany 2:16.79
26 4 1 Raphael Rodrigues   Brazil 2:16.89
26 4 6 Jacob Garrod   New Zealand 2:16.89
28 6 8 Adam Paulsson   Sweden 2:17.06
29 3 2 Miikka Ruohoniemi   Finland 2:17.22
30 2 5 Chao Man Hou   Macau 2:17.48
31 4 8 Teemu Vuorela   Finland 2:17.63
32 7 1 Daniils Bobrovs   Latvia 2:17.67
33 4 5 Andrius Šidlauskas   Lithuania 2:18.67
34 4 2 Oleksandr Karpenko   Ukraine 2:18.82
35 3 7 Felipe Monni   Brazil 2:19.12
36 4 4 Jorge Murillo   Colombia 2:19.52
37 2 4 Gerdi Zulfitranto   Indonesia 2:19.66
38 3 4 Marcin Stolarski   Poland 2:19.89
39 3 3 Kwok Ka Fai   Hong Kong 2:20.04
40 3 5 Aibek Kamzenov   Kazakhstan 2:20.09
41 4 7 Gabriel Morelli   Argentina 2:20.39
42 3 8 William Lulek   Sweden 2:22.84
43 2 3 Jose Galvez   Chile 2:24.33
44 2 7 Ayrton Kasemets   Estonia 2:27.24
45 2 2 Felipe Quiroz   Chile 2:27.37
46 2 6 Zandanbal Gunsennorov   Mongolia 2:30.52
47 1 4 Maksim Akavantsev   Estonia 2:38.25
48 2 1 Rodrigo Guerra   Nicaragua 2:39.30
49 2 8 Taveesh Edussuriya   Sri Lanka 2:50.74
50 1 5 Mohamed Al-Bulushi   Oman 4:24.88
1 3 Matias Pinto   Chile DNS

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 22 August at 19:22.[3]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Mikhail Dorinov   Russia 2:10.31 Q
2 5 Rintaro Okubo   Japan 2:11.04 Q
3 3 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 2:12.30 Q
4 6 Mamoru Mori   Japan 2:12.38 Q
5 7 Maximilian Pilger   Germany 2:12.67
6 2 Elijah Wall   Canada 2:13.29
7 1 Mauro Castillo   Mexico 2:14.87
8 8 Lee Hsuan-yen   Chinese Taipei 2:15.36

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 2:09.87 Q
2 5 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 2:10.51 Q
2 6 Will Licon   United States 2:10.51 Q
4 4 Andrew Wilson   United States 2:10.73 Q
5 2 Nicholas Quinn   Ireland 2:12.76
6 1 Alex Milligan   Australia 2:13.37
7 7 Flavio Bizzarri   Italy 2:14.17
8 8 George Schroder   New Zealand 2:14.42

FinalEdit

The final was held on 23 August at 20:00.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  2 Andrew Wilson   United States 2:08.45
  6 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 2:09.70
  4 Rustam Gadirov   Russia 2:09.72
4 5 Mikhail Dorinov   Russia 2:09.92
5 1 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 2:10.37 NR
6 7 Rintaro Okubo   Japan 2:10.72
7 3 Will Licon   United States 2:10.75
8 8 Mamoru Mori   Japan 2:12.93

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