2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Men's 200 metre freestyle

The Men's 200 metre freestyle competition of the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) were held on 12 December 2018.[1]

Men's 200 metre freestyle
at the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueHangzhou Sports Park Stadium
Dates12 December (heats and final)
Competitors64
Winning time1:41.49
Medalists
    United States
    Lithuania
    Australia

Records

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

NameNationTimeLocationDate
World recordPaul Biedermann Germany1:39.37Berlin15 November 2009
Championship recordPark Tae-hwan South Korea1:41.03Windsor7 December 2016

Results

Heats

The heats were started at 09:37.[2]

RankHeatLaneNameNationalityTimeNotes
156Alexander Graham Australia1:41.83Q
255Luiz Altamir Melo Brazil1:42.13Q
374Danas Rapšys Lithuania1:42.39Q
463Breno Correia Brazil1:42.64Q
575Ji Xinjie China1:42.70Q
673Martin Malyutin Russia1:42.76Q
765Mikhail Vekovishchev Russia1:42.77Q
864Blake Pieroni United States1:42.90Q
966Filippo Megli Italy1:43.16
1054Chad le Clos South Africa1:43.19
1153Velimir Stjepanović Serbia1:43.40
1252Dylan Carter Trinidad and Tobago1:43.74
1360Miguel Nascimento Portugal1:43.76
1467Jack Gerrard Australia1:44.60
1545Jan Świtkowski Poland1:44.62
1662Markus Lie Norway1:44.88
1772Matteo Ciampi Italy1:44.89
1851Erge Gezmis Turkey1:45.20
1947Cristian Quintero Venezuela1:45.24
1977Gustaf Dahlman Sweden1:45.24
2140Mark Szanarek United Kingdom1:45.39
2278Nils Liess  Switzerland1:45.47
2376Kregor Zirk Estonia1:45.51
2471Marc Sánchez Spain1:45.39
2570Daniel Hunter New Zealand1:45.83
2643Marwan Elkamash Egypt1:46.21
2758Alexander Trampitsch Austria1:46.25
2857Shang Keyuan China1:46.36
2948Marcelo Acosta El Salvador1:47.00
3068Fuyu Yoshida Japan1:47.07
3169Raphaël Stacchiotti Luxembourg1:47.38
3249Alex Sobers Barbados1:47.55
3346Sajan Prakash India1:47.66
3461Daniel Dudas Hungary1:47.84
3559Andrew Digby Thailand1:48.05
3644Ben Hockin Paraguay1:48.11
3734Yordan Yanchev Bulgaria1:48.28
3850An Ting-Yao Chinese Taipei1:48.53
3979Igor Mogne Mozambique1:48.67
4041Cheuk Ming Ho Hong Kong1:48.82
4142Mathieu Marquet Mauritius1:50.19
4230Mohammed Bedour Jordan1:50.29
4336Irakli Revishvili Georgia1:50.52
4424Yeziel Miranda Puerto Rico1:50.73
4532Noah Mascoll-Gomes Antigua and Barbuda1:51.60
4631Pedro Chiancone Uruguay1:52.07
4735Lin Sizhuang Macau1:53.32
4829Cristian Santi San Marino1:53.77
4933Matt Galea Malta1:53.91
5020Dean Hoffman Seychelles1:54.15
5137Andrej Stojanoski North Macedonia1:54.93
5238Amadou Ndiaye Senegal1:55.25
5339Azman Mohamed Singapore1:55.73
5425Kohen Kerr Bahamas1:56.62
5522Noel Keane Palau1:56.72
5623Firas Saidi Qatar1:57.14
5726Spiro Goga Albania1:57.86
5814Dren Ukimeraj Kosovo1:58.44
5916Cruz Halbich Saint Vincent and the Grenadines2:00.09
6013Daniel Scott Guyana2:00.84
6127Fadhil Saleh Uganda2:03.49
6228Aamir Motiwala Pakistan2:04.69
6321Lennosuke Suzuki Northern Mariana Islands2:06.54
6415Mubal Ibrahim Maldives2:09.57

Final

The final was held at 19:53.[3]

RankLaneNameNationalityTimeNotes
8Blake Pieroni United States1:41.49
3Danas Rapšys Lithuania1:41.78
4Alexander Graham Australia1:42.28
42Ji Xinjie China1:42.31
56Breno Correia Brazil1:42.36
67Martin Malyutin Russia1:42.46
71Mikhail Vekovishchev Russia1:42.67
85Luiz Altamir Melo Brazil1:42.72

References

  1. "Competition Schedule". Omega Timing. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 19 December 2018.
  2. Heats results
  3. Final results
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