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Swimming At the 1992 Summer Olympics %E2%80%93 Men's 4 %C3%97 200 Metre Freestyle Relay
Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
VenuePiscines Bernat Picornell
Date27 July 1992 (heats & final)
Competitors80from 18 nations
Winning time7:11.95 WR
Medalists

The men's 4×200 metre freestyle relay event at the 1992 Summer Olympics took place on 27 July at the Piscines Bernat Picornell in Barcelona, Spain.[1]

Records

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

World record  United States (USA)
Troy Dalbey (1:49.37)
Matt Cetlinski (1:48.44)
Doug Gjertsen (1:48.26)
Matt Biondi (1:46.44)
7:12.51 Seoul, South Korea 21 September 1988
Olympic record  United States (USA)
Troy Dalbey (1:49.37)
Matt Cetlinski (1:48.44)
Doug Gjertsen (1:48.26)
Matt Biondi (1:46.44)
7:12.51 Seoul, South Korea 21 September 1988

The following new world and Olympic records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
27 July Final Dmitry Lepikov (1:49.55)
Vladimir Pyshnenko (1:46.58)
Veniamin Tayanovich (1:48.99)
Yevgeny Sadovyi (1:46.83)
 Unified Team 7:11.95 WR

Results

Heats

Rule: The eight fastest teams advance to the final (Q).[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 4  Unified Team Dmitry Lepikov (1:49.80)
Aleksey Kudryavtsev (1:49.65)
Yury Mukhin (1:49.28)
Veniamin Tayanovich (1:48.92)
7:17.65 Q
2 2 5  Germany Peter Sitt (1:50.02)
Christian Tröger (1:49.81)
Andreas Szigat (1:49.40)
Stefan Pfeiffer (1:48.98)
7:18.21 Q
3 3 3  Sweden Christer Wallin (1:50.52)
Lars Frölander (1:50.13)
Tommy Werner (1:49.23)
Anders Holmertz (1:50.15)
7:20.03 Q
4 1 4  Australia Duncan Armstrong (1:51.53)
Martin Roberts (1:51.45)
Deane Pieters (1:50.03)
Ian Brown (1:49.18)
7:22.19 Q
5 1 5  Great Britain Paul Palmer (1:50.12)
Steven Mellor (1:52.03)
Stephen Akers (1:51.66)
Paul Howe (1:49.29)
7:23.10 Q
6 3 4  United States Scott Jaffe (1:50.14)
Dan Jorgensen (1:50.56)
Jon Olsen (1:50.03)
Doug Gjertsen (1:52.97)
7:23.70 Q
7 1 6  Brazil Gustavo Borges (1:50.79)
Emanuel Nascimento (1:51.69)
Teófilo Ferreira (1:51.33)
Cristiano Michelena (1:50.39)
7:24.20 Q, SA
8 3 5  Italy Roberto Gleria (1:51.21)
Emanuele Idini (1:51.53)
Pier Maria Siciliano (1:52.25)
Stefano Battistelli (1:50.54)
7:25.53 Q
9 3 6  Canada Edward Parenti (1:51.56)
Darren Ward (1:51.14)
Christopher Bowie (1:52.70)
Turlough O'Hare (1:50.21)
7:25.61
10 2 3  France Christophe Bordeau (1:51.22)
Lionel Poirot (1:53.18)
Franck Horter (1:50.84)
Yann de Fabrique (1:50.98)
7:26.22
11 2 2  New Zealand Trent Bray (1:51.38)
Richard Tapper (1:54.35)
John Steel (1:50.94)
Danyon Loader (1:49.69)
7:26.36
12 1 2  Finland Jani Sievinen (1:52.10)
Vesa Hanski (1:53.54)
Petteri Lehtinen (1:54.10)
Antti Kasvio (1:48.97)
7:28.71
13 1 3  Poland Mariusz Podko?cielny (1:51.71)
Artur Wojdat (1:49.88)
Piotr Albi?ski (1:52.83)
Krzysztof Cwalina (1:55.17)
7:29.59
14 2 6  Norway Jarl Inge Melberg (1:50.78)
Thomas Sopp (1:51.01)
Trond Høines (1:54.00)
Kjell Lundemoen (1:55.56)
7:31.35
16 3 2  Puerto Rico Jorge Herrera (1:54.30)
Manuel Guzmán (1:52.37)
Ricardo Busquets (1:54.19)
David Monasterio (1:54.77)
7:35.63
16 2 7  Hong Kong Arthur Li Kai Yien (1:55.91)
Michael Wright (1:58.77)
Kelvin Li Kar Wai (2:00.78)
Wu Tat Cheung (1:58.84)
7:54.30
17 1 7  Guatemala Andrés Sedano (2:02.73)
Helder Torres (2:02.32)
Roberto Bonilla (2:03.66)
Gustavo Bucaro (1:58.59)
8:07.30
18 3 1  United Arab Emirates Mohamed Bin Abid (2:07.49)
Obaid Al-Rumaithi (2:15.98)
Abdullah Sultan (2:09.56)
Ahmad Faraj (2:06.69)
7:35.63

Final

[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4  Unified Team Dmitry Lepikov (1:49.55)
Vladimir Pyshnenko (1:46.58)
Veniamin Tayanovich (1:48.99)
Yevgeny Sadovyi (1:46.83)
7:11.95 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3  Sweden Christer Wallin (1:49.69)
Anders Holmertz (1:46.13)
Tommy Werner (1:49.35)
Lars Frölander (1:50.31)
7:15.51 NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 7  United States Joe Hudepohl (1:49.52)
Melvin Stewart (1:48.41)
Jon Olsen (1:49.19)
Doug Gjertsen (1:49.11)
7:16.23
4 5  Germany Peter Sitt (1:50.06)
Steffen Zesner (1:47.78)
Andreas Szigat (1:49.61)
Stefan Pfeiffer (1:49.13)
7:16.58
5 8  Italy Roberto Gleria (1:49.29)
Giorgio Lamberti (1:49.80)
Massimo Trevisan (1:47.97)
Stefano Battistelli (1:51.04)
7:18.10
6 2  Great Britain Paul Palmer (1:49.21)
Steven Mellor (1:51.77)
Stephen Akers (1:51.61)
Paul Howe (1:49.98)
7:22.57 NR
7 1  Brazil Gustavo Borges (1:50.45)
Emanuel Nascimento (1:52.63)
Teófilo Ferreira (1:50.28)
Cristiano Michelena (1:50.67)
7:24.03 SA
6  Australia Ian Brown (1:49.45)
Deane Pieters
Kieren Perkins
Duncan Armstrong
DSQ

References

  1. ^ "Swimming at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games: Men's 4 × 200 metres Freestyle Relay". Sports Reference. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Barcelona 1992: Swimming - Men's 4×200m Freestyle Relay Heats" (PDF). Barcelona 1992. LA84 Foundation. p. 370. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Barcelona 1992: Swimming - Men's 4×200m Freestyle Relay Final" (PDF). Barcelona 1992. LA84 Foundation. p. 370. Retrieved 2017.

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