Algeria At The 1980 Summer Olympics - Swimming

Swimming

Men's 100m Freestyle

Men's 200m Freestyle

  • Reda Yadi
    • Heats — 2.06,26 (→ did not advance)
  • Mohamed Bendahmane
    • Heats — DNS

Men's 4x200m Freestyle

  • Abdelhakim Bitat, Reda Yadi, Mohamed Bendahmane, and Mohamed Halimi
    • Heats — 8.23,22 (→ did not advance)

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