1987 European Aquatics Championships

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The 1987 European Aquatics Championships, organized by the Ligue Européenne de Natation, were held in an indoor pool (50 m) in Strasbourg, France from 16 August to 23 August 1987. Besides swimming there were titles contested in diving, synchronized swimming (women) and water polo. For the first time the 50 m freestyle event was included in the tournament.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 18 13 10 41
2  Soviet Union 6 9 6 21
3  West Germany 4 4 9 17
4  Hungary 3 2 1 6
5  France 3 1 2 6
6  Romania 2 1 5 8
7  Great Britain 2 1 1 4
8  Netherlands 2 1 0 3
9  Sweden 1 0 1 2
10  Italy 0 3 2 5
11  Austria 0 2 0 2
12   Switzerland 0 1 3 4
13  Denmark 0 1 1 2
14  Belgium 0 1 0 1
14  Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
Total 41 41 41 123

Swimming[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Jörg Woithe (GDR)  Gennadiy Prigoda (URS)  Stefan Volery (SUI)
100 m freestyle  Sven Lodziewski (GDR)  Stéphan Caron (FRA)  Dirk Richter (GDR)
200 m freestyle  Anders Holmertz (SWE)  Giorgio Lamberti (ITA)  Michael Groß (FRG)
400 m freestyle  Uwe Dassler (GDR)  Rainer Henkel (FRG)  Thomas Fahrner (FRG)
1500 m freestyle  Rainer Henkel (FRG)  Uwe Dassler (GDR)  Stefan Pfeiffer (FRG)
100 m backstroke  Sergey Zabolotnov (URS)  Frank Baltrusch (GDR)  Frank Hoffmeister (FRG)
200 m backstroke  Sergey Zabolotnov (URS)  Igor Polyansky (URS)  Frank Baltrusch (GDR)
100 m breaststroke  Adrian Moorhouse (GBR)  Dmitry Volkov (URS)  Gianni Minervini (ITA)
200 m breaststroke  József Szabó (HUN)  Sergey Sokolovskiy (URS)  Adrian Moorhouse (GBR)
100 m butterfly  Andy Jameson (GBR)  Michael Groß (FRG)  Benny Nielsen (DEN)
200 m butterfly  Michael Groß (FRG)  Benny Nielsen (DEN)  Vadim Yaroshchuk (URS)
200 m individual medley  Tamás Darnyi (HUN)  Vadim Yaroshchuk (URS)  Raik Hannemann (GDR)
400 m individual medley  Tamás Darnyi (HUN)  József Szabó (HUN)  Patrick Kühl (GDR)
4×100 m freestyle relay  East Germany
Dirk Richter
Thomas Flemming
Steffen Zesner
Sven Lodziewski
 West Germany
Peter Sitt
Michael Groß
Rolf-Dieter Maltzann
Thomas Fahrner
 Soviet Union
Gennadiy Prigoda
Vladimir Shemetov
Venyamin Tayanovich
Vladimir Tkacenko
4×200 m freestyle relay  West Germany
Peter Sitt
Rainer Henkel
Thomas Fahrner
Michael Groß
 East Germany
Lars Hinneburg
Thomas Flemming
Steffen Zesner
Sven Lodziewski
 Sweden
Tommy Werner
Michael Söderlund
Anders Holmertz
Markus Eriksson
4×100 m medley relay  Soviet Union
Igor Polyansky
Dmitry Volkov
Konstantin Petrov
Gennadiy Prigoda
 Great Britain
Neil Cochran
Adrian Moorhouse
Andy Jameson
Roland Lee
 East Germany
Frank Baltrusch
Christian Poswiat
Thomas Dressler
Sven Lodziewski

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Tamara Costache (ROU)  Katrin Meißner (GDR)  Christiane Pielke (FRG)
100 m freestyle  Kristin Otto (GDR)  Manuela Stellmach (GDR)  Tamara Costache (ROU)
200 m freestyle  Heike Friedrich (GDR)  Manuela Stellmach (GDR)  Luminita Dobrescu (ROU)
400 m freestyle  Heike Friedrich (GDR)  Astrid Strauss (GDR)  Stela Pura (ROU)
800 m freestyle  Anke Möhring (GDR)  Astrid Strauss (GDR)  Judith Csabai (HUN)
100 m backstroke  Kristin Otto (GDR)  Svenja Schlicht (FRG)  Kathrin Zimmermann (GDR)
200 m backstroke  Cornelia Sirch (GDR)  Kathrin Zimmermann (GDR)  Svenja Schlicht (FRG)
100 m breaststroke  Silke Hörner (GDR)
1:07.91  WR
 Manuela Dalla Valle (ITA)  Sylvia Gerasch (GDR)
200 m breaststroke  Silke Hörner (GDR)  Ingrid Lempereur (BEL)  Svetlana Kuzmina (URS)
100 m butterfly  Kristin Otto (GDR)  Birte Weigang (GDR)  Catherine Plewinski (FRA)
200 m butterfly  Kathleen Nord (GDR)  Birte Weigang (GDR)  Stela Pura (ROU)
200 m individual medley  Cornelia Sirch (GDR)  Daniela Hunger (GDR)  Noemi Lung (ROU)
400 m individual medley  Noemi Lung (ROU)  Yelena Dendeberova (URS)  Kathleen Nord (GDR)
4×100 m freestyle relay  East Germany
Manuela Stellmach
Heike Friedrich
Kristin Otto
Katrin Meißner
 Netherlands
Marianne Muis
Diana van der Plaats
Mildred Muis
Karin Brienesse
 West Germany
Stephanie Bofinger
Svenja Schlicht
Christiane Pielke
Karin Seick
4×200 m freestyle relay  East Germany
Manuela Stellmach
Heike Friedrich
Astrid Strauss
Anke Möhring
 Romania
Luminita Dobrescu
Stela Pura
Anca Patrascoiu
Noemi Lung
 West Germany
Svenja Schlicht
Heike Höller
Julia Lebek
Birgit Schulz-Lohberg
4×100 m medley relay  East Germany
Kristin Otto
Silke Hörner
Birte Weigang
Manuela Stellmach
 Italy
Lorenza Vigarani
Manuela Dalla Valle
Ilaria Tocchini
Silvia Persi
 West Germany
Svenja Schlicht
Britta Dahm
Susanne Schuster
Christiane Pielke

Diving[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Albin Killat (FRG)  Niki Stajković (AUT)  Aleksandr Gladchenko (URS)
10 m platform  Georgiy Chogovadze (URS)  Jan Hempel (GDR)  Arsen Dzhavadian (URS)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Daphne Jongejans (NED)  Marina Babkova (URS)  Brita Baldus (GDR)
10 m platform  Yelena Miroshina (URS)  Anzhela Stasyulevich (URS)  Silke Abicht (GDR)

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo  Muriel Hermine (FRA)  Alexandra Worisch (AUT)  Karin Singer (SUI)
Duet  Muriel Hermine and
Karine Schuler (FRA)
 Edith Boss and
Karin Singer (SUI)
 Irina Chukova and
Tatyana Titova (URS)
Team competition  France (FRA)  Soviet Union (URS)  Switzerland (SUI)

Water polo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team competition  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Italy
Women's team competition  Netherlands  Hungary  France

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