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Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle

The Men's 100 metre freestyle competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 26 and 27 July 2017.[1][2]

Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships
VenueDanube Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates26 July (heats and semifinals)
27 July (final)
Competitors113 from 106 nations
Winning time47.17
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    France
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Contents

RecordsEdit

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

World record   César Cielo (BRA) 46.91 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009
Competition record   César Cielo (BRA) 46.91 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 26 July at 09:45.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 12 4 Cameron McEvoy   Australia 47.97 Q
2 10 3 Mehdy Metella   France 48.18 Q
3 11 5 Caeleb Dressel   United States 48.26 Q
4 12 7 Jack Cartwright   Australia 48.43 Q
5 10 2 Shinri Shioura   Japan 48.46 Q
12 5 Duncan Scott   Great Britain Q
11 4 Nathan Adrian   United States Q
11 6 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil Q
9 12 2 Yuri Kisil   Canada 48.56 Q
10 7 Danila Izotov   Russia Q
11 9 0 Serhiy Shevtsov   Ukraine 48.60 Q
12 12 6 Gabriel Santos   Brazil 48.64 Q
13 10 4 Pieter Timmers   Belgium 48.67 Q
14 9 5 Oussama Sahnoune   Algeria 48.75 Q
15 11 8 Ivano Vendrame   Italy 48.78 Q
16 12 1 Velimir Stjepanović   Serbia 48.80 Q
17 10 6 Joseph Schooling   Singapore 48.86
18 10 0 Dylan Carter   Trinidad and Tobago 48.87
11 9 Richárd Bohus   Hungary
20 10 8 Kristian Golomeev   Greece 48.88
21 12 8 Dominik Kozma   Hungary 48.89
22 10 5 Luca Dotto   Italy 48.91
23 10 1 Kacper Majchrzak   Poland 48.98
24 11 3 Vladimir Morozov   Russia 48.99
25 11 2 Damian Wierling   Germany 49.07
26 11 7 Yu Hexin   China 49.08
27 11 0 Federico Grabich   Argentina 49.09
28 12 3 Katsumi Nakamura   Japan 49.10
29 9 6 Cristian Quintero   Venezuela 49.19
30 12 9 Hanser García   Cuba 49.33
31 9 1 Ben Schwietert   Netherlands 49.41
32 8 2 Mohamed Samy   Egypt 49.42
33 8 1 Miguel Nascimento   Portugal 49.56
34 9 8 Mislav Sever   Croatia 49.61
35 8 9 Markus Lie   Norway 49.65 NR
36 9 9 Jordan Sloan   Ireland 49.66
37 9 4 Hoàng Quý Phước   Vietnam 49.67
38 9 7 Anders Lie   Denmark 49.71
39 8 7 Ben Hockin   Paraguay 49.78
40 8 4 Ari-Pekka Liukkonen   Finland 49.79
41 7 4 Adil Kaskabay   Kazakhstan 49.81
42 9 2 Yauhen Tsurkin   Belarus 49.82
43 11 1 Simonas Bilis   Lithuania 49.83
44 12 0 Marius Radu   Romania 49.86
45 8 5 Khurshidjon Tursunov   Uzbekistan 49.91
46 8 6 Aleksandar Nikolov   Bulgaria 49.99
9 3 Zane Waddell   South Africa
48 8 8 Hüseyin Emre Sakçı   Turkey 50.01
49 7 6 Julien Henx   Luxembourg 50.06 NR
50 7 8 Mikel Schreuders   Aruba 50.12
51 8 3 Sam Perry   New Zealand 50.14
52 7 5 Liran Konovalov   Israel 50.16
53 7 7 Luís Flores   Puerto Rico 50.31
54 7 9 Bradley Vincent   Mauritius 50.38
55 8 0 Daniel Ramírez   Mexico 50.54
56 7 1 Kregor Zirk   Estonia 51.00
6 2 Xander Skinner   Namibia
58 7 2 Wang Yu-lian   Chinese Taipei 51.04
59 6 3 Peter Wetzlar   Zimbabwe 51.08
60 6 5 Christian Sperandio Sánchez   Dominican Republic 51.15
61 6 7 Mokhtar Al-Yamani   Yemen 51.19
62 7 0 Sam Seghers   Papua New Guinea 51.29
63 6 4 Enzo Martínez   Uruguay 51.39
64 6 6 Kent Cheung   Hong Kong 51.49
65 6 0 Jean-Luc Zephir   Saint Lucia 51.98
66 6 8 Matthew Zammit   Malta 52.09
5 4 Giorgi Biganishvili   Georgia
68 6 1 Kevin Avila Soto   Guatemala 52.18
69 3 6 Jagger Stephens   Guam 52.35
70 5 3 Mahfizur Rahman Sagor   Bangladesh 52.55
71 6 9 Mohammed Bedour   Jordan 52.68
72 5 5 Noah Mascoll-Gomes   Antigua and Barbuda 52.81
73 3 3 Farhan Farhan   Bahrain 52.83
74 3 5 Adel El-Fakir   Libya 53.00
75 3 4 Bakr Al-Dulaimi   Iraq 53.12
76 5 7 Serginni Marten   Curaçao 53.18
77 5 6 Souhail Hamouchane   Morocco 53.52
78 4 5 Anthony Souaiby   Lebanon 53.62
79 5 2 Miguel Mena   Nicaragua 53.68
80 5 1 Kimani Maina   Kenya 53.72
81 7 3 Triady Fauzi Sidiq   Indonesia 54.22
82 5 8 Vladimir Mamikonyan   Armenia 54.26
83 5 9 Heriniavo Rasolonjatovo   Madagascar 54.70
84 5 0 Ado Gargović   Montenegro 54.89
85 4 4 Christian Nikles   Brunei 55.05
86 3 0 Dean Hoffman   Seychelles 55.15
87 1 4 Hannibal Gaskin   Guyana 55.53
88 2 9 Abdalla Aboughazala   Qatar 55.67
89 1 1 Temaruata Strickland   Cook Islands 55.82
90 4 3 Kerry Ollivierre   Grenada 55.91
91 2 5 Adrian Robinson   Botswana 56.01
92 4 2 Nabeel Hatoum   Palestine 56.08
93 3 8 Yellow Yeiyah   Nigeria 56.38
94 2 8 Boldbaataryn Buyantogtokh   Mongolia 56.50
95 2 6 Theo Chiabaut   Monaco 56.63
96 2 6 Adil Bharmal   Tanzania 56.68
97 4 7 Kaleo Kihleng   F.S. Micronesia 56.79
98 1 0 Billy-Scott Irakose   Burundi 56.93
99 2 2 Mark Hoare   Eswatini 57.38
100 2 3 Muhammad Khan   Pakistan 57.53
101 1 7 Tongli Panuve   Tonga 58.21
102 1 8 Cheng Pirort   Cambodia 58.52
103 2 1 Olim Kurbanov   Tajikistan 58.56
104 3 2 Joshua Tibatemwa   Uganda 58.79
105 1 5 Shawn Dingilius-Wallace   Palau 58.81
106 1 3 Anubhav Subba     Nepal 59.11
107 2 4 Cruz Halbich   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 59.54
108 4 9 David Roberto   Northern Mariana Islands 1:01.18
109 2 0 Ismail Muthasim Adnan   Maldives 1:01.68
110 4 8 Jefferson Kpanou   Benin 1:10.40
111 3 1 Kokou Amegashie   Togo 1:11.13
112 3 9 Phillip Kinono   Marshall Islands 1:12.94
113 4 0 Hamid Rahimi   Afghanistan 1:16.81
10 9 Jan Świtkowski   Poland DNS
1 2 Abeiku Jackson   Ghana
20 4 Momodou Saine   Gambia
2 7 Rashed Al-Tarmoom Suspended Member Federation
3 7 Adama Niane   Senegal
4 1 Oumar Kaba   Guinea

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 26 July at 17:41.[4]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Mehdy Metella   France 47.65 Q
2 5 Jack Cartwright   Australia 47.97 Q
3 6 Duncan Scott   Great Britain 48.10 Q
4 3 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil 48.31 Q
5 1 Oussama Sahnoune   Algeria 48.33
6 2 Yuri Kisil   Canada 48.50
7 8 Velimir Stjepanović   Serbia 48.66
8 7 Gabriel Santos   Brazil 48.72

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Caeleb Dressel   United States 47.66 Q
2 6 Nathan Adrian   United States 47.85 Q
3 4 Cameron McEvoy   Australia 47.95 Q
4 7 Serhiy Shevtsov   Ukraine 48.30 Q, NR
5 3 Shinri Shioura   Japan 48.54
6 8 Ivano Vendrame   Italy 48.71
7 2 Danila Izotov   Russia 48.78
8 1 Pieter Timmers   Belgium 48.96

FinalEdit

The final was held on 27 July at 17:51.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Caeleb Dressel   United States 47.17 NR
  3 Nathan Adrian   United States 47.87
  4 Mehdy Metella   France 47.89
4 6 Cameron McEvoy   Australia 47.92
5 7 Duncan Scott   Great Britain 48.11
5 8 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil 48.11
7 2 Jack Cartwright   Australia 48.24
8 1 Serhiy Shevtsov   Ukraine 48.26 NR

ReferencesEdit