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Men's 4x100-meter medley relay Olympic medal winners

The men’s 4x100-meter medley relay first appeared at the Olympic Games in 1960.
The event features four swimmers racing two lengths of the pool. Each athlete swims one of four strokes, and the athletes swim in the following order: backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly or freestyle. Below is a complete list of Olympic medal winners in the event.

2012
Gold: United States, 3:29.35
Silver: Japan, 3:31.26
Bronze: Australia, 3:31.58

2008
Gold: United States, 3:29.34
Silver: Australia, 3:30.04
Bronze: Japan, 3:31.18

2004
Gold: United States, 3:30.68
Silver: Germany, 3:33.62
Bronze: Japan, 3:35.22

2000
Gold: United states, 3:33.73
Silver: Australia, 3:35.27
Bronze: Germany, 3:35.88

1996
Gold: United States, 3:34.80
Silver: Russia, 3:37.55
Bronze: Australia, 3:39.56

1992
Gold: United States, 3:36.93
Silver: Unified Team, 3:38.56
Bronze: Canada, 3:39.66

1988
Gold: United States, 3:36.90
Silver: Canada, 3:39.28
Bronze: Soviet Union, 3:39.96

1984
Gold: United States, 3:39.30
Silver: Canada, 3:43.23
Bronze: Australia, 3:43.25

1980
Gold: Australia, 3:45.70
SIlver: Soviet Union, 3:45.92
Bronze: Great Britain, 3:47.71

1976
Gold: United States, 3:42.20
Silver: Canada, 3:45.94
Bronze: Germany, 3:47.29

1972
Gold: United States, 3:48.2
Silver: Germany, 3:52.26
Bronze: Canada, 3:52.26

1968
Gold: United States, 3:54.9
Silver: Germany, 3:57.5
Bronze: Soviet Union, 4:00.7

1964
Gold: United States, 3:58.4
Silver: Germany, 4:01.6
Bronze: Australia, 4:02.3

1960
Gold: United States, 4:05.4
Silver: Australia, 4:12.0
Bronze: Japan, 4:12.2

1896-1956
Event not contested