Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Men's 200m I.M.
at the 2005 FINA World Championships
Dates27 July (prelims and semifinals)
28 July (final)
Winning time1 minute 56.68 seconds
Medalists
2007»
2005 FINA
World Championships

Canada Montreal, Canada
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Swimming
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Combination women
Water polo
Team men women

The Men's 200 Individual Medley (or I.M.) event at the 2005 FINA World Championships was swum 27 – 28 July 2005 in Montreal, Canada. Preliminary and Semifinal heats were 27 July; the Final 28 July. The top-16 swimmers from the Prelims in the morning advanced to the 1 of 2 Seminfinal in the evening; the top-8 swimmers from the Semifinals then advanced to the Final the next evening.

As the Swimming portion of the World Championships are swum in a long course (50m) pool, this race consisted of 4 lengths. As is was a IM event, each length was a different stroke, swum in the order of: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and then freestyle.

At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championships (CR) records were:

No new world or competition records were set during this competition.

Results

Preliminary heats

Rank Heat+Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 H6 L4 László Cseh Hungary 1:59.56 q
2 H7 L5 Alessio Boggiatto Italy 2:00.24 q
3 H8 L4 Michael Phelps United States 2:00.30 q
4 H7 L4 Ryan Lochte United States 2:00.51 q
5 H6 L5 Hidemasa Sano Japan 2:00.61 q
6 H8 L5 Vytautas Janušaitis Lithuania 2:00.93 q
7 H8 L6 Jiro Miki Japan 2:02.04 q
8 H8 L2 Igor Berezutsky Russia 2:02.30 q
9 H6 L3 Dean Kent New Zealand 2:02.35 q
10 H8 L3 Adam Lucas Australia 2:02.45 q
11 H6 L6 Leith Brodie Australia 2:02.73 q
12 H7 L7 Bradley Ally Barbados 2:02.83 q
13 H8 L7 Robin van Aggele Netherlands 2:03.48 q
14 H7 L6 Ioannis Kokkodis Greece 2:03.77 q
15 H6 L2 Mihail Alexandrov Bulgaria 2:04.50 q
16 H7 L2 Keith Beavers Canada 2:04.54 q
17 H6 L8 Miguel Molina Philippines 2:04.68
18 H5 L5 Paulius Andrijauskas Lithuania 2:04.77
19 H5 L2 Gard Kvale Norway 2:04.93
20 H7 L8 Jacob Carstensen Denmark 2:04.97
21 H5 L1 Dmitriy Gordiyenko Kazakhstan 2:05.17
22 H8 L8 Dmytro Nazarenko Ukraine 2:05.19
23 H6 L1 Sebastian Stoss Austria 2:05.91
24 H3 L4 Shaune Fraser Cayman Islands 2:06.05
25 H5 L6 Hocine Haciane Andorra 2:06.16
26 H8 L1 Nicolas Rostoucher France 2:06.56
27 H5 L3 Dzianis Silkov Belarus 2:06.79
28 H7 L1 Guntars Deicmans Latvia 2:07.03
29 H5 L7 Andrei Zaharov Moldova 2:07.84
30 H4 L4 Oleg Pukhnatiy Uzbekistan 2:08.97
31 H4 L6 M. Akbar Nasution Indonesia 2:09.16
32 H4 L2 Yury Zaharov Kyrgyzstan 2:09.90
33 H7 L3 Peng Wu China 2:10.52
34 H5 L4 Kuo-Chuan Tsai Chinese Taipei 2:10.64
35 H5 L8 Gary Tan Singapore 2:11.11
36 H4 L8 Vasilii Danilov Kyrgyzstan 2:11.45
37 H3 L3 Mohamad Al-Naser Kuwait 2:11.64
38 H4 L3 Mark Chay Singapore 2:13.10
39 H3 L6 Francisco Montenegro Guatemala 2:13.28
40 H2 L5 James Walsh Philippines 2:13.52
41 H3 L7 Graham Smith Bermuda 2:14.03
42 H4 L5 Yu-An Lin Chinese Taipei 2:14.06
43 H2 L3 Shahin Baradaran Iran 2:14.96
44 H2 L4 Morgan Locke Virgin Islands 2:15.30
45 H3 L2 Youssef Hafdi Morocco 2:15.65
46 H2 L7 Rony Bakale Congo 2:15.85
47 H3 L8 Khaly Ciss Senegal 2:17.11
48 H2 L6 Johnny Castillo Panama 2:18.02
49 H3 L1 Francois Ghattas Lebanon 2:19.47
50 H1 L5 Reginaldo Panting Honduras 2:20.13
51 H1 L3 Amar Shah Kenya 2:20.15
52 H2 L2 Joel Refos Suriname 2:21.10
53 H2 L8 Diego Foianini Bolivia 2:21.13
54 H2 L1 Fernando Medrano Nicaragua 2:25.05
55 H1 L4 Chisela Kanchela Zambia 2:26.11
56 H1 L6 Joseph Kimani Kenya 2:31.02
57 H1 L7 Hassan Shah Maldives 2:58.27
- H4 L1 Aleksander Hetland Norway DQ
- H1 L2 Alain Brigion-Tobe Cameroon DNS
- H3 L5 Ahmed Salah Egypt DNS
- H6 L7 Ioannis Drymonakos Greece DNS

Semifinals

Rank Heat+Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 S1 L5 Ryan Lochte United States USA 1:58.06 q
2 S2 L5 Michael Phelps United States USA 1:58.36 q
3 S1 L3 Vytautas Janušaitis Lithuania Lithuania 1:59.72 q
4 S2 L4 László Cseh Hungary Hungary 2:00.12 q
5 S2 L3 Hidemasa Sano Japan Japan 2:00.45 q
6 S1 L4 Alessio Boggiatto Italy Italy 2:00.52 q
7 S1 L6 Igor Berezutsky Russia Russia 2:01.11 q
8 S2 L2 Dean Kent New Zealand New Zealand 2:01.55 q
9 S1 L2 Adam Lucas Australia Australia 2:01.99
10 S2 L7 Leith Brodie Australia Australia 2:02.28
11 S2 L8 Mihail Alexandrov Bulgaria Bulgaria 2:02.32
12 S2 L6 Jiro Miki Japan Japan 2:02.49
13 S1 L7 Bradley Ally Barbados Barbados 2:02.53
14 S2 L1 Robin van Aggele Netherlands Netherlands 2:02.98
15 S1 L8 Keith Beavers Canada Canada 2:03.27
16 S1 L1 Ioannis Kokkodis Greece Greece 2:04.15

Final

Place Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 Michael Phelps United States USA 1:56.68
2 László Cseh Hungary Hungary 1:57.61
3 Ryan Lochte United States USA 1:57.79
4 Alessio Boggiatto Italy Italy 2:00.28
5 Hidemasa Sano Japan Japan 2:00.70
6 Vytautas Janušaitis Lithuania Lithuania 2:00.78
7 Igor Berezutsky Russia Russia 2:01.43
8 Dean Kent New Zealand New Zealand 2:01.81

References

  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2010-01-24.
  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2010-01-24.
  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2010-01-24.

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