Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle

The Men's 100 metre freestyle competition at the 2019 World Championships was held on 24 and 25 July 2019.[1][2]

Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships
VenueNambu University Municipal Aquatics Center
LocationGwangju, South Korea
Dates24 July (heats and semifinals)
25 July (final)
Competitors120 from 112 nations
Winning time46.96
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Russia
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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 24 July at 10:15.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 11 5 Caeleb Dressel   United States 47.32 Q
2 12 4 Vladislav Grinev   Russia 47.92 Q
3 11 4 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil 47.95 Q
4 12 7 Clément Mignon   France 48.20 Q
5 12 3 Blake Pieroni   United States 48.31 Q
6 11 6 Nándor Németh   Hungary 48.36 Q
7 13 6 Breno Correia   Brazil 48.39 Q
8 13 3 Alessandro Miressi   Italy 48.57 Q
9 13 7 Clyde Lewis   Australia 48.63 Q
10 13 4 Kyle Chalmers   Australia 48.66 Q
11 13 2 Katsumi Nakamura   Japan 48.68 Q
11 1 Shinri Shioura   Japan Q
13 12 2 Mehdy Metella   France 48.71 Q
14 11 3 He Junyi   China 48.76 Q
11 2 Pieter Timmers   Belgium Q
16 13 8 Dylan Carter   Trinidad and Tobago 48.77 Q
17 12 0 Yuri Kisil   Canada 48.79
18 12 1 Santo Condorelli   Italy 48.80
19 11 0 Kacper Majchrzak   Poland 48.87
11 8 Serhiy Shevtsov   Ukraine
21 11 9 Simonas Bilis   Lithuania 48.90
22 13 0 Markus Thormeyer   Canada 49.05
23 11 7 Oussama Sahnoune   Algeria 49.08
24 13 5 Vladimir Morozov   Russia 49.09
25 13 1 Kyle Stolk   Netherlands 49.20
26 10 8 Ali Khalafalla   Egypt 49.22
27 13 9 Bruno Blašković   Croatia 49.24
28 12 8 Marius Kusch   Germany 49.31
29 10 2 Yang Jae-hoon   South Korea 49.37
30 10 0 Cristian Quintero   Venezuela 49.40
31 2 7 Nils Liess    Switzerland 49.42
32 12 9 Velimir Stjepanović   Serbia 49.44
8 8 Daniel Zaitsev   Estonia NR
34 10 4 Khader Baqlah   Jordan 49.46
35 10 1 Emir Muratović   Bosnia and Herzegovina 49.59
10 3 Mikel Schreuders   Aruba
37 10 5 Daniel Hunter   New Zealand 49.78
38 9 3 Meiron Cheruti   Israel 49.82
39 10 6 Renzo Tjon A Joe   Suriname 49.85
40 9 6 Darren Chua   Singapore 49.89
41 9 5 Artsiom Machekin   Belarus 49.90
42 8 7 Luke Gebbie   Philippines 49.94 NR
43 9 2 Ben Hockin   Paraguay 49.95
44 8 5 Ari-Pekka Liukkonen   Finland 49.98
9 4 Miguel Nascimento   Portugal
46 7 8 Alexei Sancov   Moldova 50.05
47 9 2 Hüseyin Emre Sakçı   Turkey 50.24
48 7 2 Artur Barseghyan   Armenia 50.26
49 9 9 Vladimír Štefánik   Slovakia 50.27
50 10 7 Adil Kaskabay   Kazakhstan 50.34
51 8 3 Ian Ho Yentou   Hong Kong 50.38
52 8 1 Julien Henx   Luxembourg 50.43
53 8 0 Xander Skinner   Namibia 50.44 NR
9 1 Niksa Stojkovski   Norway
55 8 6 Ioannis Georgarakis   Greece 50.48
56 7 3 Peter Wetzlar   Zimbabwe 50.50 NR
57 3 8 Waleed Abdulrazzak   Kuwait 50.63 NR
58 7 5 Isaac Beitia   Panama 50.66 NR
59 10 9 Welson Sim   Malaysia 50.77
60 8 9 Horus Briseño   Mexico 50.80
61 8 2 Curtis Coulter   Ireland 50.86
62 7 7 Enzo Martínez   Uruguay 50.99
63 6 7 Mokhtar Al-Yamani   Yemen 51.16 NR
64 7 6 Gabriel Araya   Chile 51.34
65 7 4 Andrew Digby   Thailand 51.47
66 6 4 Benyamin Gharehassanloo   Iran 51.49
67 9 7 Lin Chien-liang   Chinese Taipei 51.65
7 9 Jean-Luc Zephir   Saint Lucia
69 6 3 Jesse Washington   Bermuda 51.67
70 8 4 Triady Fauzi Sidiq   Indonesia 51.80
71 7 0 Jared Fitzgerald   Bahamas 51.88
72 6 5 Teimuraz Kobakhidze   Georgia 51.93
73 6 9 Noah Mascoll-Gomes   Antigua and Barbuda 52.12
5 0 Netani Ross   Fiji
75 6 6 Miguel Mena   Nicaragua 52.20
76 6 8 Abdoul Niane   Senegal 52.26
77 5 1 Audai Hassouna   Libya 52.34
78 5 2 Jordan Crooks   Cayman Islands 52.36
79 7 1 Omiros Zagkas   Cyprus 52.44
80 5 3 Kledi Kadiu   Albania 52.53
6 2 Jagger Stephens   Guam
82 6 1 Sam Seghers   Papua New Guinea 52.64
83 6 0 Danilo Rosafio   Kenya 52.66
84 2 0 Nixon Hernández   El Salvador 52.74
85 5 6 Delron Felix   Grenada 53.08
86 5 8 Syed Tariq   Pakistan 53.34 NR
87 5 4 Matt Galea   Malta 53.63
88 5 5 Issa Al-Adawi   Oman 53.81
89 4 4 Atuhaire Ambala   Uganda 53.89 NR
90 4 5 Noel Keane   Palau 54.10
91 1 4 Musa Zhalayev   Turkmenistan 54.14
92 3 1 Myagmaryn Delgerkhüü   Mongolia 54.43
93 4 3 Andrew Fowler   Guyana 54.72
94 1 3 Alex Joachim   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 54.96
95 5 9 Theo Chiabaut   Monaco 54.99
96 2 3 Heriniavo Rasolonjatovo   Madagascar 55.22
97 2 6 Yellow Yeiyah   Nigeria 55.23
98 3 7 Christian Nikles   Brunei 55.33
99 5 7 Firas Saidi   Qatar 55.60
100 2 9 Daniel Christian   Eritrea 55.88
101 4 6 Kaleo Kihleng   Federated States of Micronesia 55.97
102 3 9 Alexander Shah     Nepal 56.28
103 4 2 Dren Ukimeraj   Kosovo 56.33
104 4 7 Billy-Scott Irakose   Burundi 56.45
105 2 2 Hem Puch   Cambodia 56.77
106 4 1 Finau Ohuafi   Tonga 57.45
107 3 0 Lennosuke Suzuki   Northern Mariana Islands 57.83
108 4 0 Mubal Ibrahim   Maldives 58.24 NR
109 3 3 Adama Ouedraogo   Burkina Faso 58.27
110 4 8 Alijon Khairulloev   Tajikistan 58.36
111 2 8 Mark Hoare   Eswatini 59.27
112 3 2 Albachir Mouctar   Niger 1:00.15
113 3 4 Edgar Iro   Solomon Islands 1:00.98
114 1 5 Guerby Ruuska   Haiti 1:01.04
115 3 6 Michael Swift   Malawi 1:02.55
116 4 9 Houssein Gaber   Djibouti 1:03.54
117 2 4 Hakim Youssouf   Comoros 1:05.48
118 2 1 Mamadou Bah   Guinea 1:05.54
119 2 5 Domingos da Silva   East Timor 1:06.71
120 3 5 Tenzin Sangay   Bhutan 1:07.28
9 8 Khurshidjon Tursunov   Uzbekistan DNS
12 5 Duncan Scott   Great Britain
12 6 Chad le Clos   South Africa

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 24 July at 20:26.[4]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Kyle Chalmers   Australia 47.58 Q
2 4 Vladislav Grinev   Russia 47.82 Q
3 5 Clément Mignon   France 48.25 Q
4 3 Nándor Németh   Hungary 48.29 Q
5 6 Alessandro Miressi   Italy 48.36
6 7 Katsumi Nakamura   Japan 48.45
7 8 Dylan Carter   Trinidad and Tobago 48.52 NR
8 1 Pieter Timmers   Belgium 48.91

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Caeleb Dressel   United States 47.35 Q
2 5 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil 47.76 Q
3 3 Blake Pieroni   United States 47.87 Q
4 6 Breno Correia   Brazil 48.33 Q
5 2 Clyde Lewis   Australia 48.45
6 7 Shinri Shioura   Japan 48.54
7 1 Mehdy Metella   France 48.65
8 8 He Junyi   China 48.67

FinalEdit

The final was held on 25 July at 20:22.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Caeleb Dressel   United States 46.96 NR
  5 Kyle Chalmers   Australia 47.08
  6 Vladislav Grinev   Russia 47.82
4 2 Blake Pieroni   United States 47.88
5 3 Marcelo Chierighini   Brazil 47.93
6 1 Nándor Németh   Hungary 48.10 NR
7 7 Clément Mignon   France 48.43
8 8 Breno Correia   Brazil 48.90

ReferencesEdit