Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men’s 100 metre freestyle

Men’s 100 metre freestyle
at the 2007 FINA World Championships

Venue
Rod Laver Arena

Dates
28 March 2007 (heats, semifinals)
29 March 2007 (final)

Competitors
176

Winning time
48.43 seconds

Medalists

 
Brent Hayden
   Canada

 
Filippo Magnini
   Italy

 
Eamon Sullivan
   Australia

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2007 FINA
World Championships
Melbourne, Australia

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
Technical
Free

Duet
Technical
Free

Team
Technical
Free

Combination

Water polo

men (rosters)
women (rosters)

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Main article: Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships
The Men’s 100 metres Freestyle event was the 19th event contested on the 2007 World Aquatics Championship for Swimming.
The 22 heats began at 10:21, on 28 March 2007, at the Rod Laver Arena, in Melbourne Park.[1]
The semifinals started on the evening of the same day at 19:00.[2]
The final started at 19:42 on the following day, 29 March.[3]

Records[edit]

World record
47.84
 Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED)
Sydney, Australia
19 September 2000

Championship record
48.12
 Filippo Magnini (ITA)
Montreal, Canada
28 July 2005

Results[edit]
Heats[edit]

Rank
Heat
Lane
Name
Nationality
50m
Time
Q

1
21
5
Jason Lezak
 USA
23.22
00:49.02
Q

2
22
3
Filippo Magnini
 Italy
24.07
00:49.05
Q

3
21
3
Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
23.74
00:49.06
Q

4
22
7
Alain Bernard
 France
23.12
00:49.08
Q

5
20
4
Brent Hayden
 Canada
23.78
00:49.13
Q

5
21
4
Simon Burnett
 Great Britain
23.57
00:49.13
Q

7
22
6
Eamon Sullivan
 Australia
23.30
00:49.20
Q

8
20
1
Ryk Neethling
 South Africa
23.52
00:49.24
Q

9
22
5
César Cielo
 Brazil
23.73
00:49.28
Q
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