Swimming at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre butterfly

The Men's 100 metre butterfly competition at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships was held on 16 and 17 February 2024.[1][2]

Men's 100 metre butterfly
at the Swimming at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships
VenueAspire Dome
LocationDoha, Qatar
Dates16 February (heats and semifinals)
17 February (final)
Competitors66 from 63 nations
Winning time51.17
Medalists
gold medal    Portugal
silver medal    Austria
bronze medal    Poland
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Records edit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.[3]

World record   Caeleb Dressel (USA) 49.45 Tokyo, Japan 31 July 2021
Competition record   Caeleb Dressel (USA) 49.50 Gwangju, South Korea 26 July 2019

Results edit

Heats edit

The heats were started on 16 February at 09:31.[4]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 8 5 Simon Bucher   Austria 51.42 Q
2 6 4 Katsuhiro Matsumoto   Japan 51.60 Q
3 8 4 Nyls Korstanje   Netherlands 51.70 Q
4 7 6 Adilbek Mussin   Kazakhstan 51.75 Q
5 8 3 Diogo Ribeiro   Portugal 51.78 Q
6 6 3 Zach Harting   United States 51.94 Q
7 6 5 Jakub Majerski   Poland 51.96 Q
8 7 5 Chad le Clos   South Africa 52.04 Q
8 8 7 Finlay Knox   Canada 52.04 Q
10 7 3 Josif Miladinov   Bulgaria 52.10 Q
11 6 2 Mario Molla   Spain 52.12 Q
12 7 4 Shaine Casas   United States 52.21 Q
13 6 6 Adrian Jaśkiewicz   Poland 52.31 Q
14 7 2 Matheus Gonche   Brazil 52.44 Q
15 7 7 Gianmarco Sansone   Italy 52.46 Q
16 8 6 Matthew Sates   South Africa 52.52 SO
16 8 9 Max McCusker   Ireland 52.52 SO
18 8 8 Teong Tzen Wei   Singapore 52.62
19 5 4 David Arias   Colombia 52.72
20 6 1 Daniel Gracík   Czech Republic 52.77
21 7 9 Bryan Leong   Malaysia 52.78 NR
22 5 9 Đurđe Matić   Serbia 52.81
23 6 7 Eldor Usmonov   Uzbekistan 52.83
24 6 0 Jorge Otaiza   Venezuela 53.10
24 8 0 Wang Xizhe   China 53.10
26 6 9 Navaphat Wongcharoen   Thailand 53.27
27 5 2 Abdalla Nasr   Egypt 53.31
28 5 8 Mehrshad Afghari   Iran 53.32
29 5 3 Denys Kesil   Ukraine 53.57
30 8 1 Jorge Iga   Mexico 53.58
31 5 1 Diego Balbi   Peru 53.62
32 7 0 Jarod Hatch   Philippines 53.75
33 4 6 Benjamin Schnapp   Chile 53.77 NR
34 5 5 Jaouad Syoud   Algeria 53.96
35 5 6 Joe Kurniawan   Indonesia 53.97
36 4 7 Artur Barseghyan   Armenia 54.22
37 4 4 Steven Aimable   Senegal 54.23
38 5 0 Abeku Jackson   Ghana 54.28
39 4 5 Jesse Ssengonzi   Uganda 54.48
40 4 2 Nika Tchitchiashvili   Georgia 54.71
41 4 1 Josh Kirlew   Jamaica 54.75
42 4 9 Ramil Valizade   Azerbaijan 54.88
43 4 3 Tibor Tistan   Slovakia 55.27
44 6 8 Yang Jae-hoon   South Korea 55.39
45 1 3 Leo Nolles   Uruguay 55.86
45 3 4 Jayhan Odlum-Smith   Saint Lucia 55.86
47 3 2 Raekwon Noel   Guyana 56.24
48 4 8 Esteban Nuñez   Bolivia 56.68
49 3 6 Clinton Opute   Nigeria 56.95
50 3 3 Zackary Gresham   Grenada 57.26
51 3 5 Marvin Johnson   Bahamas 57.29
52 3 8 Lam Chi Chong   Macau 57.39
53 2 1 Mohammad Al-Otaibi   Kuwait 58.47
54 3 1 Jeno Heyns   Suriname 58.51
55 3 9 Mohamad Masoud   Athlete Refugee Team 58.61
56 2 5 Finau Ohuafi   Tonga 58.62
57 3 0 Paolo Priska   Albania 59.01
57 3 7 James Hendrix   Guam 59.01
59 2 3 Kokoro Frost   Samoa 59.75
60 2 4 Hasan Al-Zinkee   Iraq 59.77
61 2 2 Thomas Chen   Papua New Guinea 1:00.66
62 2 6 Kinley Lhendup   Bhutan 1:01.87
63 1 5 Abdul Al-Kulaibi   Oman 1:02.36
64 2 7 Elhadj Diallo   Guinea 1:03.53
65 2 8 Aaron Owusu   Eritrea 1:05.63
66 1 4 Yusuf Nasser   Yemen 1:12.93
4 0 Miloš Milenković   Montenegro Did not start
5 7 Yeziel Morales   Puerto Rico
7 1 Cameron Gray   New Zealand
7 8 Konstantinos Stamou   Greece
8 2 Tomoru Honda   Japan

Swim-off edit

The swim-off was started on 16 February at 11:38.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Matthew Sates   South Africa 51.80 Q
2 5 Max McCusker   Ireland 52.31 NR

Semifinals edit

The semifinals were held on 16 February at 19:09.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 3 Diogo Ribeiro   Portugal 51.30 Q, NR
2 2 6 Jakub Majerski   Poland 51.33 Q
3 2 4 Simon Bucher   Austria 51.39 Q
4 2 7 Mario Molla   Spain 51.48 Q
5 1 6 Chad le Clos   South Africa 51.70 Q
6 1 2 Josif Miladinov   Bulgaria 51.72 Q
7 2 5 Nyls Korstanje   Netherlands 51.75 Q
8 1 3 Zach Harting   United States 51.78 Q
9 1 4 Katsuhiro Matsumoto   Japan 51.85
10 1 8 Matthew Sates   South Africa 51.99
11 1 5 Adilbek Mussin   Kazakhstan 52.06
12 2 2 Finlay Knox   Canada 52.07
13 1 1 Matheus Gonche   Brazil 52.12
14 2 8 Gianmarco Sansone   Italy 52.15
15 2 1 Adrian Jaśkiewicz   Poland 52.28
16 1 7 Shaine Casas   United States 52.75

Final edit

The final was held on 17 February at 19:42.[7]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Diogo Ribeiro   Portugal 51.17 NR
  3 Simon Bucher   Austria 51.28
  5 Jakub Majerski   Poland 51.32
4 1 Nyls Korstanje   Netherlands 51.41
5 2 Chad le Clos   South Africa 51.48
6 8 Zach Harting   United States 51.68
7 6 Mario Molla   Spain 51.72
8 7 Josif Miladinov   Bulgaria 51.73

References edit

  1. ^ "Schedule" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 1 November 2023. Retrieved 1 November 2023.
  2. ^ "Start list" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 9 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 13 February 2024. Retrieved 10 February 2024.
  3. ^ "Records book" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 9 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 3 February 2024. Retrieved 10 February 2024.
  4. ^ "Heats results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. Archived (PDF) from the original on 16 February 2024. Retrieved 16 February 2024.
  5. ^ "Swim-off results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. Archived (PDF) from the original on 16 February 2024. Retrieved 16 February 2024.
  6. ^ "Semifinals results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 16 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 16 February 2024. Retrieved 16 February 2024.
  7. ^ "Final results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 17 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 17 February 2024. Retrieved 17 February 2024.