- Swimming at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Men's 400 metre freestyle
The men's 400 metre freestyle was one of six
swimmingevents on the swimming at the 1908 Summer Olympicsprogramme. Its distance was the median of the 3 individual freestyle event distances. It was the first time an event over 400 metres was held at the Olympics (after a 440 yard contest was held in 1904). The competition was held from Monday July 13, 1908to Thursday July 16, 1908.
Twenty-five swimmers from ten nations competed.
Zachár had no competition in the eighth heat.
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