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

The Men's 200 metre individual medley competition at the 2017 Summer Universiade was held on 21 and 22 August 2017.[1]

Men's 200 metre individual medley
at the 2017 Summer Universiade
VenueNational Taiwan Sport University Arena
LocationTaipei, Taiwan
Dates21 August (heats and semifinals)
22 August (final)
Competitors49 from 37 nations
Winning time1:57.35
Medalists
gold medal    Japan
silver medal    Japan
bronze medal    Great Britain
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Ryan Lochte (USA) 1:54.00 Shanghai, China 28 July 2011
Competition record   Alex Vanderkaay (USA) 1:57.58 Belgrade, Serbia 7 July 2009

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
22 August Final Kosuke Hagino   Japan 1:57.35 UR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 21 August at 09:36.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 4 Daiya Seto   Japan 1:59.88 Q
2 5 6 Aleksandr Osipenko   Russia 2:01.35 Q
3 7 4 Kosuke Hagino   Japan 2:01.39 Q
4 6 6 Joe Litchfield   Great Britain 2:01.46 Q
5 5 2 Michał Poprawa   Poland 2:01.59 Q
6 5 3 Gabriel Lópes   Portugal 2:01.64 Q
6 5 4 Will Licon   United States 2:01.64 Q
8 7 2 Vinicius Lanza   Brazil 2:01.65 Q
9 4 3 Arjan Knipping   Netherlands 2:01.76 Q
10 7 7 Andrey Zhilkin   Russia 2:01.85 Q
11 7 3 Giovanni Sorriso   Italy 2:02.09 Q
12 7 5 Kenneth To   Hong Kong 2:02.41 Q
13 7 1 Robert Hill   Canada 2:02.47 Q
14 6 2 Grant Sanders   United States 2:03.03 Q
15 7 8 Luke Reilly   Canada 2:03.33 Q
16 7 6 Kevin Wedel   Germany 2:03.48 Q
17 5 5 Claudio Fossi   Italy 2:03.60
18 6 5 Georgios Spanoudakis   Greece 2:03.67
19 4 4 Teemu Vuorela   Finland 2:03.72
20 6 7 Dag Fredriksson   Sweden 2:03.87
21 5 1 Dawid Szwedzki   Poland 2:04.09
22 4 6 Wang Hsing-hao   Chinese Taipei 2:04.32
23 4 1 Povilas Strazdas   Lithuania 2:04.54
24 6 1 Wen Ren-hau   Chinese Taipei 2:04.89
25 5 7 Kim Jae-woo   South Korea 2:05.08
26 4 5 Tomáš Havránek   Czech Republic 2:05.33
27 6 8 Neil Fair   South Africa 2:05.34
28 5 8 Hector Ruvalcaba Cruz   Mexico 2:05.53
29 4 7 William Lulek   Sweden 2:06.03
30 4 2 Mateo González Medina   Mexico 2:06.25
31 3 3 Daniils Bobrovs   Latvia 2:07.28
32 6 3 Dániel Sós   Hungary 2:07.40
33 3 5 Nicolás Deferrari   Argentina 2:07.96
34 3 4 Pavol Jelenák   Slovakia 2:08.32
35 3 7 Ng Yan Kin   Hong Kong 2:09.51
36 4 8 Thomas Dal   Belgium 2:09.80
37 3 6 Muhammad Hamgari   Indonesia 2:09.92
38 3 1 Felipe Quiroz Uteau   Chile 2:10.18
39 2 7 Lin Sizhuang   Macau 2:10.70 NR
40 3 8 Muhammad Alamzah   Indonesia 2:12.51
41 3 2 Li Xiaochen   China 2:15.45
42 2 4 Mu Xingxu   China 2:16.09
43 2 2 Maroun Waked   Lebanon 2:16.42
44 2 1 Andy Frank Rodríguez   Uruguay 2:16.45
45 2 3 Lim Fang Yi   Singapore 2:19.76
46 1 5 Enrique Nava Miranda   Bolivia 2:22.75
47 2 5 Luis Zacarias Rojas   Paraguay 2:25.39
48 1 3 Daniil Latt   Estonia 2:26.18
49 1 4 Leonard Licudo   Philippines 2:31.11
2 6 Andrei Gussev   Estonia DNS

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 21 August at 19:55.[3]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Andrey Zhilkin   Russia 2:00.17 Q
2 5 Joe Litchfield   Great Britain 2:00.44 Q
3 4 Aleksandr Osipenko   Russia 2:00.55 Q
4 7 Kenneth To   Hong Kong 2:01.37 Q, NR
5 3 Will Licon   United States 2:01.44
6 6 Vinicius Lanza   Brazil 2:01.58
7 1 Grant Sanders   United States 2:02.28
8 8 Kevin Wedel   Germany 2:03.10

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Daiya Seto   Japan 1:58.63 Q
2 5 Kosuke Hagino   Japan 2:00.81 Q
3 3 Michał Poprawa   Poland 2:01.09 Q
4 7 Giovanni Sorriso   Italy 2:01.13 Q
5 2 Arjan Knipping   Netherlands 2:01.89
6 6 Gabriel Lópes   Portugal 2:01.95
7 1 Robert Hill   Canada 2:01.96
8 8 Luke Reilly   Canada 2:03.44

FinalEdit

The final was held on 22 August at 20:25.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  2 Kosuke Hagino   Japan 1:57.35 UR
  4 Daiya Seto   Japan 1:58.73
  3 Joe Litchfield   Great Britain 1:59.36
4 5 Andrey Zhilkin   Russia 2:00.26
5 6 Aleksandr Osipenko   Russia 2:01.11
6 7 Michał Poprawa   Poland 2:01.17
7 1 Giovanni Sorriso   Italy 2:01.35
8 8 Kenneth To   Hong Kong 2:01.64

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