Swimming at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

The men's 4×100 metre freestyle relay event at the 1964 Olympic Games took place October 13 October 14.[1] The relay featured teams of four swimmers each swimming two lengths of the 50 m pool freestyle.

Medalists

Gold Silver Bronze
 United States
Steve Clark
Mike Austin
Gary Ilman
Don Schollander
 United Team of Germany
Horst Löffler
Frank Wiegand
Uwe Jacobsen
Hans-Joachim Klein
 Australia
David Dickson
Peter Doak
John Ryan
Bob Windle

Results

Heats

Heat 1

RankSwimmersTimeNotes
1 David Dickson, Peter Doak, John Ryan, Bob Windle (AUS)3:40.6
2 Alain Gottvallès, Gérard Gropaiz, Pierre Canavèse, Jean-Pascal Curtillet, Robert Christophe (FRA)3:42.1
3 Kunihiro Iwasaki, Tadaharu Goto, Tatsuo Fujimoto, Yukiaki Okabe, Katsuki Ishihara (JPN)3:42.3
4 Antal Száll, Ákos Gulyás, László Szlamka, Gyula Dobay (HUN)3:43.2
5 Ron Kroon, Vinus van Baalen, Jan Jiskoot, Johan Bontekoe (NED)3:43.8
6 Rafael Hernández, Salvador Ruíz, Alfredo Guzmán, Guillermo Echevarría (MEX)3:58.9

Heat 2

RankSwimmersTimeNotes
1 Steve Clark, Mike Austin, Gary Ilman, Don Schollander, Lary Schulhof (USA)3:38.8
2 Horst Löffler, Frank Wiegand, Uwe Jacobsen, Hans-Joachim Klein (GER)3:41.0
3 Bengt Nordwall, Ingvar Eriksson, Jan Lundin, Per-Ola Lindberg (SWE)3:41.3
4 Viktor Mazanov, Vladimir Shuvalov, Viktor Semchenkov, Yury Sumtsov, Vladimir Berezin (URS)3:41.8
5 Bob Lord, John Martin-Dye, Peter Kendrew, Bob McGregor (GBR)3:42.7
6 Daniel Sherry, Ralph Hutton, Ron Jacks, Sandy Gilchrist (CAN)3:49.7
7 Luis Paz, Carlos Canepa, Augusto Ferrero, Walter Ledgard Jr. (PER)4:02.6

Final

[2]

RankNationSwimmersTimeNotes
 United StatesSteve Clark (52.9) = WR
Mike Austin (53.9)
Gary Ilman (53.4)
Don Schollander (53.0)
3:33.2WR
 United Team of GermanyHorst Löffler (55.8)
Frank Wiegand (54.2)
Uwe Jacobsen (54.8)
Hans-Joachim Klein (52.4)
3:37.2
 AustraliaDavid Dickson (54.6)
Peter Doak (55.0)
John Ryan (55.3)
Bob Windle (54.2)
3:39.1
4 JapanKunihiro Iwasaki (55.8)
Tadaharu Goto (55.2)
Tatsuo Fujimoto (54.9)
Yukiaki Okabe (54.6)
3:40.5
5 SwedenBengt Nordwall (56.6)
Lester Eriksson (54.9)
Jan Lundin (54.6)
Per-Ola Lindberg (54.6)
3:40.7
6 Soviet UnionViktor Mazanov (56.3)
Vladimir Shuvalov (55.4)
Viktor Semchenkov (55.0)
Yury Sumtsov (55.4)
3:42.1
7 Great BritainBob Lord (56.2)
John Martin-Dye (56.5)
Peter Kendrew (55.8)
Bob McGregor (54.1)
3:42.6
 FranceAlain Gottvallès (54.0)
Gérard Gropaiz (55.1)
Pierre Canavèse (DSQ; 55.3)
Jean-Pascal Curtillet (54.9)
DSQ

References

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