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Olympic Champions in Men's 4×100 m Freestyle Relay

1964: USA (Clark, Austin, Ilman, Schollander) * 1968: USA (Zorn, Rerych, Spitz, Walsh) * 1972: USA (Edgar, Murphy, Heidenreich, Spitz) * 1984: USA (Cavanaugh, Heath, Biondi, Gaines) * 1988: USA (Jacobs, Dalbey, Jager, Biondi) * 1992: USA (Hudepohl, Biondi, Jager, Olsen) * 1996: USA (Olsen, Davis, Schumacher, Hall, Jr.) * 2000: Australia (Klim, Fydler, Callus, Thorpe) * 2004: South Africa (Schoeman, Ferns, Townsend, Neethling) * 2008: USA (Phelps, Weber-Gale, Jones, Lezak)

Olympic Champions in Men's 4×100 m Medley Relay

1960 USA (McKinney, Hait, Larson, Farrell) * 1964 USA (Mann, Craig, Schmidt, Clark) * 1968 USA (Hickcox, McKenzie, Russell, Walsh) * 1972 USA (Stamm, Bruce, Spitz, Heidenreich) * 1976 USA (Naber, Hencken, Vogel, Montgomery) * 1980 Australia (Kerry, Evans, Tonelli, Brooks) * 1984 USA (Carey, Lundquist, Morales, Gaines) * 1988 USA (Berkoff, Schroeder, Biondi, Jacobs) * 1992 USA (Rouse, Diebel, Morales, Olsen) * 1996 USA (Rouse, Linn, Henderson, Hall, Jr.) * 2000 USA (Krayzelburg, Moses, Crocker, Hall, Jr.) * 2004 USA (Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker, Lezak) * 2008 USA (Peirsol, Hansen, Phelps, Lezak)

Pan American Champions in Men's 4×100 m Freestyle Relay

1967: United States (Walsh, Fitzmaurice, Spitz, Schollander) * 1971: United States (Edgar, Genter, Heidenreich, Heckl) * 1975: United States (Babashoff, Ruby, Grattan, Abbott) * 1979: United States (Gaines, Babashoff, Newton, McCagg) * 1983: United States (Leamy, Gribble, Cavanaugh, Gaines) * 1987: United States (Born, McCadam, Robinson, Dudley) * 1991: Brazil (Ferreira, Nascimento, Rebolal, Borges) * 1995: United States (Hall, Jager, Davis, Olsen) * 1999: Brazil (Scherer, Quintaes, Cordeiro, Borges) * 2003: Brazil (Jayme, Borges, Scherer, Souza) * 2007: Brazil (Silva, Deboni, Oliveira, Cielo)

Pan American Champions in Men's 4×100 m Medley Relay

1951: United States (Stack, Stassforth, Cleveland) * 1955: United States (McKinney, Maguire, Baarcke, Scholes) * 1959: United States (McKinney, Munsch, Troy, Farrell) * 1963: United States (McGeagh, Craig, Richardson, Kirby) * 1967: United States (Russell, Webb, Spitz, Walsh) * 1971: United States (Murphy, Job, Heidenreich, Heckl) * 1975: United States (Rocca, Colella, Curington, Babashoff) * 1979: United States (Jackson, Lundquist, Placak, McCagg) * 1983: United States (Carey, Lundquist, Gribble, Gaines) * 1987: United States (Gill, Korhammer, King, Dudley) * 1991: United States (Gill, Dersch, Merrell, Thomas) * 1995: United States (Rouse, Van Neerden, Henderson, Olsen) * 1999: Brazil (Massura, Tomazini, Scherer, Borges) * 2003: United States (Marshall, Gangloff, Michaelson, Brunelli) * 2007: United States (Bal, Gangloff, Berens, Grant)

Summer Universiade Champions in Men's 4×100 m Medley Relay

1959: Italy: Unknown * 1961: Japan: Unknown * 1963: Hungary: Unknown * 1965: USA: (Mann, Tretheway, Riker, Roth) * 1967: USA: (Hickcox, Merten, Russell, Walsh) * 1970: USA: (Ivey, Shilling, Ferris, Heckl) * 1973: USA: (Johnson, Chatfield, Poucher, Knox) * 1977: USA: (Ballard, Michaelis, Curington, Ebuna) * 1979: USA: (Manganiello, Lundberg, Bottom, Peppas) * 1981: Soviet Union: Unknown * 1983: Soviet Union: Unknown * 1985: USA: (Rhodenbaugh, Moffet, O'Neil, McCadam) * 1987: USA: (Berkoff, Torres, Mortenson, Hansen) * 1991: USA: (Hansen, Kutler, Pajer, Schwenk) * 1993: USA: (Schwenk, Crawford, Pepper, Fox) * 1995: USA: (Jachimowski, Engstrom-Heg, Lancaster, Davis) * 1997: USA: (Brewer, Kling, Martyak, Jones) * 1999: USA: (Ulrickson, McDonnell, Pierce, Busse) * 2001: USA: (Marshall, Denniston, Haidinyak, VonSchoff) * 2003: Ukraine: (Nikolaychuk, Lisogor, Serdinov, Yegoshin) * 2005: Ukraine: (Bugayov, Lisogor, Advena, Syzonenko) * 2007: Russia: (Smirnov, Falko, Korotyshkin, Grechin) * 2009: Japan: (R Irie, Sakimoto, S Irie, Harada)