|National team||23x15px Lithuania|
14 June 1990|
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|College team||Southern Methodist University (U.S.)|
Mindaugas Sadauskas (born June 14, 1990) is a Lithuanian swimmer who specialized in sprint freestyle events. Sadauskas set an individual-split time of 48.90 seconds, and a national record of 3:16.47, along with his teammates Vytautas Janušaitis, Paulius Viktoravičius, and Mindaugas Margis, in the men's 400 m freestyle relay at the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome, Italy. Sadauskas is also a member of the swimming team for SMU Mustangs at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Sadauskas qualified for the men's 100 m freestyle at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, by breaking a meet record and eclipsing a FINA B-standard entry time of 49.54 seconds from the Open Luxembourg Nationals in Luxembourg City. He challenged seven other swimmers on the fifth heat, including three-time Olympian and UC Berkeley graduate Dominik Meichtry of Switzerland. Sadauskas edged out Meichtry to take a fourth spot by 0.17 of a second, outside his entry time of 49.78 seconds. Sadauskas failed to advance into the semifinals, as he placed twenty-eighth overall in the preliminaries.
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