Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay

The 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 26 July 2017.[1][2]

4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay
at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships
VenueDanube Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates26 July (heats and final)
Competitors120 from 24 nations
Teams24
Winning time3:38.56
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Canada
bronze medal    China
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Great Britain 3:41.71 Kazan, Russia 5 August 2015
Competition record   Great Britain 3:41.71 Kazan, Russia 5 August 2015

The following new records were set during this competition

Date Event Nation Time Record
26 July Heat   United States 3:40.28 WR, CR
26 July Final   United States 3:38.56 WR, CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:52.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 2   United States Ryan Murphy (52.34)
Kevin Cordes (58.95)
Kelsi Worrell (56.17)
Mallory Comerford (52.82)
3:40.28 Q, WR
2 4 9   Australia Kaylee McKeown (1:00.03)
Matthew Wilson (59.69)
Grant Irvine (51.09)
Shayna Jack (53.32)
3:44.13 Q, OC
3 2 6   Canada Javier Acevedo (54.44)
Richard Funk (59.04)
Rebecca Smith (57.57)
Chantal van Landeghem (53.41)
3:44.46 Q
4 4 4   Great Britain Georgia Davies (59.54)
Ross Murdoch (59.49)
James Guy (51.12)
Freya Anderson (54.64)
3:44.79 Q
5 3 5   Russia Kliment Kolesnikov (53.48)
Vsevolod Zanko (59.69)
Svetlana Chimrova (58.25)
Viktoriya Andreyeva (54.67)
3:46.09 Q
6 1 4   China Li Guangyuan (53.65)
Shi Jinglin (1:06.87)
Li Zhuhao (52.01)
Zhu Menghui (53.72)
3:46.25 Q
7 3 4   Italy Margherita Panziera (1:01.03)
Nicolò Martinenghi (1:00.26)
Piero Codia (51.91)
Silvia Di Pietro (53.55)
3:46.75 Q
8 2 1   Germany Lisa Graf (1:00.69)
Christian vom Lehn (1:00.53)
Aliena Schmidtke (57.70)
Marius Kusch (48.74)
3:47.66 Q
9 4 3   Argentina Andrea Berrino (1:01.78)
Macarena Ceballos (1:09.51)
Santiago Grassi (52.65)
Federico Grabich (48.55)
3:52.49
10 1 3   Japan Junya Koga (53.88)
Runa Imai (1:09.30)
Sakiko Shimizu (59.72)
Tsubasa Amai (50.79)
3:53.79
11 3 9   Mexico Fernanda González (1:02.72)
Miguel de Lara (1:01.36)
Daniel Ramírez (54.13)
Liliana Ibáñez (56.53)
3:54.74
12 2 4   Estonia Sigrid Sepp (1:03.06)
Maria Romanjuk (1:09.02)
Kregor Zirk (53.37)
Daniel Zaitsev (50.49)
3:55.94
13 2 8   Slovakia Katarína Listopadová (1:01.68)
Tomáš Klobučník (1:01.48)
Barbora Mišendová (1:01.53)
Richard Nagy (52.09)
3:56.78
14 4 6   South Africa Martin Binedell (56.17)
Kaylene Corbett (1:10.76)
Clayton Jimmie (54.67)
Erin Gallagher (55.42)
3:57.02
15 3 8   Latvia Kristina Steina (1:05.10)
Daniils Bobrovs (1:02.65)
Nikolajs Maskaļenko (56.27)
Gabriela Ņikitina (56.68)
4:00.70
16 3 7   Philippines Nicole Oliva (1:07.02)
James Deiparine (1:02.54)
Jessie Lacuna (56.60)
Jasmine Al-Khaldi (56.95)
4:03.11
17 2 3   Moldova Tatiana Salcutan (1:02.22)
Alina Bulmag (1:10.26)
Pavel Izbisciuc (57.07)
Evghenii Paponin (55.49)
4:05.04
18 3 2   Kenya Steven Maina (1:00.54)
Rebecca Kamau (1:12.80)
Emily Muteti (1:02.92)
Issa Mohamed (52.58)
4:08.84
19 4 2   Faroe Islands Signhild Joensen (1:04.10)
Róland Toftum (1:06.63)
Óli Mortensen (58.62)
Sára Ryggshamar Nysted (1:00.94)
4:10.29
20 4 7   Angola Catarina Sousa (1:10.80)
Mario Ervedosa (1:05.07)
Daniel Francisco (59.77)
Ana Sofia Nóbrega (1:00.04)
4:15.68
21 4 0   Aruba Mikel Schreuders (1:03.75)
Jordy Groters (1:04.35)
Daniella van den Berg (1:09.24)
Allyson Ponson (59.35)
4:16.69
22 3 6   Maldives Mubal Azzam Ibrahim (1:17.92)
Sajina Aishath (1:31.53)
Ismail Muthasim Adnan (1:09.07)
Aminath Shajan (1:08.83)
5:07.35
  Hungary Gábor Balog (54.67)
Dániel Gyurta (DSQ)
Liliána Szilágyi
Zsuzsanna Jakabos
DSQ
  Sweden Ida Lindborg (1:01.50)
Johannes Skagius (1:00.42)
Louise Hansson (DSQ)
Victor Johansson
1 5   Seychelles Alexus Laird
Adam Moncherry
Felicity Passon
Dean Hoffman
DNS
2 5   Israel DNS
2 7   Madagascar
3 0   Mozambique
3 1   Sri Lanka
3 3   Egypt
4 1   Finland

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:19.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  4   United States Matt Grevers (52.32)
Lilly King (1:04.15)
Caeleb Dressel (49.92)
Simone Manuel (52.17)
3:38.56 WR
  5   Australia Mitch Larkin (53.11)
Daniel Cave (59.29)
Emma McKeon (56.51)
Bronte Campbell (52.30)
3:41.21 OC
  3   Canada Kylie Masse (58.22)
Richard Funk (59.14)
Penny Oleksiak (56.18)
Yuri Kisil (47.71)
3.41.25 NR
  7   China Xu Jiayu (52.37)
Yan Zibei (58.98)
Zhang Yufei (56.98)
Zhu Menghui (52.92)
3:41.25 AS
5 6   Great Britain Georgia Davies (59.98)
Adam Peaty (57.12)
James Guy (50.51)
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor (53.95)
3:41.56 ER
6 2   Russia Grigoriy Tarasevich (53.35)
Kirill Prigoda (58.64)
Svetlana Chimrova (57.18)
Veronika Popova (53.85)
3:43.02 NR
7 8   Germany Lisa Graf (1:00.55)
Marco Koch (59.89)
Aliena Schmidtke (57.29)
Damian Wierling (48.30)
3:46.03
8 1   Italy Matteo Milli (54.24)
Nicolò Martinenghi (59.61)
Ilaria Bianchi (57.25)
Federica Pellegrini (55.23)
3.46.33

ReferencesEdit