Swimming at the 2022 European Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the 2022 European Aquatics Championships
VenueForo Italico 22
Dates11 August (heats and semifinals)
12 August (final)
Competitors46 from 24 nations
Winning time58.26
Medalists
gold medal Nicolò Martinenghi   Italy
silver medal Federico Poggio   Italy
bronze medal Andrius Šidlauskas   Lithuania
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The Men's 100 metre breaststroke competition of the 2022 European Aquatics Championships was held on 11 and 12 August 2022.[1][2]

Records

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

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record
European record
Adam Peaty  Great Britain 56.88 Gwangju 21 July 2019
Championship record 57.10 Glasgow 4 August 2018

Results

Heats

The heats were started on 11 August at 09:58.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Nicolò Martinenghi  Italy 59.08 Q
2 5 4 Arno Kamminga  Netherlands 59.32 Q
3 3 5 Federico Poggio  Italy 59.49 Q
4 5 2 Valentin Bayer  Austria 59.76 Q, NR
5 5 5 Andrius Šidlauskas  Lithuania 1:00.17 Q
6 3 6 Simone Cerasuolo  Italy 1:00.51
7 3 4 James Wilby  Great Britain 1:00.62 Q
8 5 3 Matti Mattsson  Finland 1:00.68 Q
9 4 6 Andrea Castello  Italy 1:00.72
10 4 2 Darragh Greene  Ireland 1:00.75 Q
11 4 5 Lucas Matzerath  Germany 1:00.83 Q
12 3 3 Bernhard Reitshammer  Austria 1:00.86 Q
13 3 2 Volodymyr Lisovets  Ukraine 1:00.88 Q
14 5 1 Antoine Viquerat  France 1:00.90 Q
15 4 1 Dawid Wiekiera  Poland 1:01.09 Q
16 5 6 Gregory Butler  Great Britain 1:01.11 Q
17 4 8 Lyubomir Epitropov  Bulgaria 1:01.20 Q
18 5 7 Kristian Pitshugin  Israel 1:01.34 QSO
18 5 0 Matěj Zábojník  Czech Republic 1:01.34 QSO
20 4 7 Daniel Räisänen  Sweden 1:01.35
21 5 8 Christopher Rothbauer  Austria 1:01.38
22 3 1 Tonislav Sabev  Bulgaria 1:01.39
23 2 2 Maksym Ovchinnikov  Ukraine 1:01.42
24 4 3 Eoin Corby  Ireland 1:01.47
25 3 8 Carl Aitkaci  France 1:01.63
25 3 7 Jan Kozakiewicz  Poland 1:01.63
27 4 9 Arkadios Aspougalis  Greece 1:01.93
28 2 7 Olli Kokko  Finland 1:01.94
29 2 4 Christoffer Haarsaker  Norway 1:02.39
30 5 9 Luka Mladenovic  Austria 1:02.46
31 2 5 Bartosz Skóra  Poland 1:02.57
32 2 8 David Kyzymenko  Ukraine 1:02.59
33 2 3 Uroš Živanović  Serbia 1:03.00
34 3 0 Aleksas Savickas  Lithuania 1:03.04
34 4 0 Savvas Thomoglou  Greece 1:03.04
36 3 9 Maksym Tkachuk  Ukraine 1:03.07
37 2 0 Daniils Bobrovs  Latvia 1:03.21
38 1 6 Emil Hassling  Sweden 1:03.31
39 2 9 Constantin Malachi  Moldova 1:03.36
40 2 6 Panayiotis Panaretos  Cyprus 1:03.42
41 1 5 Giacomo Casadei  San Marino 1:03.90
42 1 4 Denis Svet  Moldova 1:03.98
43 1 3 Luka Eradze  Georgia 1:05.75
44 2 1 Jørgen Bråthen  Norway 1:08.45
45 1 2 Even Qarri  Albania 1:09.19
46 1 7 Endi Kola  Albania 1:12.67

Swim-off

The swim-off was held on 11 August at 11:12.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Matěj Zábojník  Czech Republic 1:00.63 Q, NR
2 4 Kristian Pitshugin  Israel 1:00.99

Semifinals

The semifinals were started on 11 August at 18:35.[5]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 4 Nicolò Martinenghi  Italy 58.44 Q
2 1 4 Arno Kamminga  Netherlands 59.29 Q
3 2 3 Andrius Šidlauskas  Lithuania 59.45 Q
4 1 5 Valentin Bayer  Austria 59.59 Q, NR
5 2 5 Federico Poggio  Italy 59.66 q
6 1 2 Bernhard Reitshammer  Austria 1:00.08 q
7 2 2 Lucas Matzerath  Germany 1:00.18 q
8 1 3 James Wilby  Great Britain 1:00.26 q
9 2 1 Dawid Wiekiera  Poland 1:00.49
10 1 7 Antoine Viquerat  France 1:00.61
11 2 6 Matti Mattsson  Finland 1:00.64
12 1 8 Matěj Zábojník  Czech Republic 1:00.84
13 2 8 Lyubomir Epitropov  Bulgaria 1:01.02
14 2 7 Volodymyr Lisovets  Ukraine 1:01.21
15 1 1 Gregory Butler  Great Britain 1:01.25
16 1 6 Darragh Greene  Ireland 1:01.39

Final

The final was held on 12 August at 18:18.[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) 4 Nicolò Martinenghi  Italy 58.26 =NR
2nd place, silver medalist(s) 2 Federico Poggio  Italy 58.98
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) 3 Andrius Šidlauskas  Lithuania 59.50
4 6 Valentin Bayer  Austria 59.54 NR
4 8 James Wilby  Great Britain 59.54
6 1 Lucas Matzerath  Germany 59.64
7 5 Arno Kamminga  Netherlands 59.68
8 7 Bernhard Reitshammer  Austria 1:00.12

References

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Heats results
  4. ^ Swim-off results
  5. ^ Semifinals results
  6. ^ Final results
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