Swimming at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships – 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay

The 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay competition at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships was held on 21 June 2022.[1][2]

4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay
at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships
VenueDanube Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates21 June (heats and final)
Competitors140 from 31 nations
Teams31
Winning time3:38.79
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Netherlands
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Great Britain 3:37.58 Tokyo, Japan 31 July 2021
Competition record   United States 3:38.56 Budapest, Hungary 26 July 2017

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 10:13.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 4 3   United States Ryan Murphy (52.40)
Lilly King (1:06.79)
Michael Andrew (50.69)
Erika Brown (53.28)
3:43.16 Q
2 3 3   Netherlands Kira Toussaint (1:00.45)
Arno Kamminga (58.70)
Nyls Korstanje (51.12)
Marrit Steenbergen (53.21)
3:43.48 Q
3 4 4   Great Britain Medi Harris (1:00.09)
James Wilby (58.94)
Jacob Peters (51.49)
Anna Hopkin (53.12)
3:43.64 Q
4 4 5   Australia Isaac Cooper (53.77)
Matthew Wilson (1:00.27)
Brianna Throssell (57.51)
Meg Harris (53.03)
3:44.58 Q
5 3 4   China Xu Jiayu (53.33)
Yu Jingyao (1:06.73)
Wang Changhao (51.23)
Cheng Yujie (53.63)
3:44.92 Q
6 3 6   Japan Ryosuke Irie (53.05)
Reona Aoki (1:06.49)
Naoki Mizunuma (50.92)
Rika Omoto (54.62)
3:45.08 Q
7 3 5   Italy Michele Lamberti (54.40)
Arianna Castiglioni (1:05.82)
Elena Di Liddo (57.83)
Manuel Frigo (48.39)
3:46.44 Q
8 4 2   Germany Ole Braunschweig (53.90)
Anna Elendt (1:05.59)
Angelina Köhler (58.06)
Jan Eric Friese (48.99)
3:46.54 Q
9 4 7   Brazil Guilherme Basseto (54.69)
João Gomes Júnior (1:00.15)
Giovanna Diamante (58.31)
Stephanie Balduccini (54.92)
3:48.07
10 4 6   Israel Anastasia Gorbenko (1:00.08)
Kristian Pitshugin (1:01.55)
Tomer Frankel (51.71)
Daria Golovaty (55.05)
3:48.39
11 3 7   Canada Javier Acevedo (54.80)
Rachel Nicol (1:07.28)
Katerine Savard (58.57)
Yuri Kisil (48.28)
3:48.93
12 3 2   Greece Evangelos Makrygiannis (54.38)
Konstantinos Meretsolias (1:00.35)
Anna Ntountounaki (58.88)
Theodora Drakou (55.52)
3:49.13
13 1 5   Hong Kong Stephanie Au (1:01.38)
Adam Chillingworth (1:02.16)
Nicholas Lim (54.27)
Camille Cheng (56.47)
3:54.28
14 2 0   Singapore Quah Zheng Wen (55.26)
Nicholas Mahabir (1:00.30)
Letitia Sim (1:01.88)
Amanda Lim (56.99)
3:54.43
15 4 0   Latvia Ģirts Feldbergs (55.65)
Daniils Bobrovs (1:02.69)
Ieva Maļuka (1:02.29)
Gabriela Ņikitina (57.14)
3:57.77 NR
16 2 2   Chinese Taipei Chuang Mu-lun (55.51)
Wang Hsing-hao (1:03.33)
Hsu An (1:02.65)
Huang Mei-chien (56.64)
3:58.13 NR
17 4 8   Slovakia Tamara Potocká (1:04.91)
Nikoleta Trníková (1:10.14)
Ádám Halás (54.02)
Matej Duša (49.60)
3:58.67
18 3 8   South Africa Olivia Nel (1:03.35)
Brenden Crawford (1:01.33)
Clayton Jimmie (56.05)
Stephanie Houtman (59.92)
4:00.65
19 1 4   Vietnam Nguyễn Quang Thuấn (59.87)
Phạm Thanh Bảo (1:02.69)
Lê Thị Mỹ Thảo (1:03.76)
Võ Thị Mỹ Tiên (1:01.21)
4:07.53
20 2 1   Thailand Jinjutha Pholjamjumrus (1:08.22)
Dulyawat Kaewsriyong (1:05.69)
Navaphat Wongcharoen (54.08)
Yarinda Sunthornrangsri (1:01.29)
4:09.28
21 2 5   Morocco Lina Khiyara (1:09.19)
Imane El Baroudi (1:14.80)
Samy Boutouil (54.53)
Souhail Hamouchane (52.39)
4:10.91
22 3 0   Bahamas Lamar Taylor (58.58)
Izaak Bastian (1:04.72)
Zaylie Thompson (1:10.74)
Lillian Higgs (1:01.15)
4:15.19
23 2 7   Mongolia Enkh-Amgalangiin Ariuntamir (1:08.56)
Zandanbal Gunsennorov (1:08.74)
Batbayaryn Enkhkhüslen (1:04.98)
Batbayaryn Enkhtamir (53.04)
4:15.32
24 2 4   Seychelles Therese Soukup (1:11.96)
Simon Bachmann (1:07.51)
Mathieu Bachmann (57.36)
Khema Elizabeth (1:02.38)
4:19.21
25 4 9   Angola Salvador Gordo (1:01.39)
Maria Freitas (1:19.67)
Lia Lima (1:06.72)
Henrique Mascarenhas (52.99)
4:20.77
26 1 3   Northern Mariana Islands Juhn Tenorio (1:01.77)
Maria Batallones (1:24.00)
Taiyo Akimaru (1:02.22)
Jinie Thompson (1:09.92)
4:37.91
27 2 9   Guam Benjamin Ko (1:03.63)
Keana Santos (1:35.53)
Mia Lee (1:12.81)
Israel Poppe (55.13)
4:47.10
28 1 6   Maldives Aishath Sausan (1:18.58)
Mubal Azzam Ibrahim (1:19.87)
Mohamed Aan Hussain (1:07.09)
Hamna Ahmed (1:12.52)
4:58.06
2 8   South Korea Lee Ju-ho (54.40)
Choi Dong-yeol (1:00.13)
Kim Seo-yeong
Jeong So-eun
Disqualified
3 1   Lithuania Erikas Grigaitis (55.27)
Kotryna Teterevkova (1:08.16)
Deividas Margevičius
Rūta Meilutytė
4 1   Estonia Armin Evert Lelle (55.84)
Eneli Jefimova
Alex Ahtiainen
Aleksa Gold
2 3   Uganda Did not start
2 6   Tanzania
3 9   Peru

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:52.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  4   United States Hunter Armstrong (52.14)
Nic Fink (57.86)
Torri Huske (56.17)
Claire Curzan (52.62)
3:38.79
  6   Australia Kaylee McKeown (58.66)
Zac Stubblety-Cook (58.92)
Matthew Temple (50.84)
Shayna Jack (52.92)
3:41.34
  5   Netherlands Kira Toussaint (59.72)
Arno Kamminga (58.28)
Nyls Korstanje (50.99)
Marrit Steenbergen (52.55)
3:41.54
4 3   Great Britain Medi Harris (59.51)
James Wilby (58.49)
James Guy (50.95)
Freya Anderson (52.70)
3:41.65
5 1   Italy Thomas Ceccon (52.26)
Nicolò Martinenghi (57.93)
Elena Di Liddo (57.72)
Silvia Di Pietro (53.76)
3:41.67
6 2   China Xu Jiayu (52.90)
Yan Zibei (59.25)
Zhang Yufei (57.74)
Cheng Yujie (53.66)
3:43.55
7 7   Japan Ryosuke Irie (52.97)
Reona Aoki (1:07.10)
Naoki Mizunuma (50.89)
Rika Omoto (54.32)
3:45.28
8 8   Germany Ole Braunschweig (54.08)
Anna Elendt (1:05.83)
Angelina Köhler (58.39)
Rafael Miroslaw (48.34)
3:46.64

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule" (PDF). fina.org. 15 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Start list" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 16 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Heats results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 21 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Final results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 21 June 2022.