1983 European Aquatics Championships
The 1983 LEN European Aquatics Championships took place at the Stadio Olimpico del Nuoto in Rome, Italy between 22 August and 27 August 1983. East Germany won all women's events in the swimming competition, and also every silver medal available to them in individual events. Besides swimming there were titles contested in diving, synchronized swimming and water polo (men). The 4×200 m freestyle relay for women was held for the first time.
|3 m springboard||Petar Georgiev (BUL)||Nikolay Droshin (URS)||Chris Snode (GBR)|
|10 m platform||David Ambartsumyan (URS)||Vyacheslav Troshin (URS)||Steffen Haage (GDR)|
|3 m springboard||Britta Baldus (GDR)||Tatyana Alyabeva (URS)||Daphne Jongejans (NED)|
|10 m platform||Alla Lobankina (URS)||Anzhela Stasyulevich (URS)||Ramona Wenzel (GDR)|
|Solo||Carolyn Wilson (GBR)||Muriel Hermine (FRA)||Gudrun Hänisch (FRG)|
|Duet|| Amanda Dodd (GBR)
Carolyn Wilson (GBR)
| Gudrun Hänisch (FRG)
Gerlind Scheller (FRG)
| Catrien Eijken (NED)
Marijke Engelen (NED)
|Team competition||Great Britain (GBR)||Netherlands (NED)||West Germany (FRG)|
|Team competition||Soviet Union||Hungary||Spain|
- "European Swimming Championships (Men)". GBRSPORTS.COM.
- "European Swimming Championships (Women)". GBRSPORTS.COM.