1989 European Aquatics Championships

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The 1989 European Aquatics Championships were held from 15 August to 20 August 1989 in Bonn, West Germany.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 16 11 11 38
2  Soviet Union 6 10 6 22
3  France 4 4 1 9
4  Italy 4 1 6 11
5  Hungary 3 4 1 8
6  West Germany 3 3 3 9
7  Netherlands 2 4 3 9
8  Poland 2 2 2 6
9  Great Britain 2 0 1 3
10  Spain 1 0 0 1
11  Yugoslavia 0 1 1 2
12  Belgium 0 1 0 1
12  Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
12  Ireland 0 1 0 1
15   Switzerland 0 0 3 3
16  Denmark 0 0 2 2
16  Sweden 0 0 2 2
18  Norway 0 0 1 1
Total 43 43 43 129

Swimming[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Vladimir Tkacenko
 Soviet Union
22.64 Evgeniy Kotriaga
 Soviet Union
22.67 Nils Rudolph
 East Germany
22.76
100 m freestyle
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Giorgio Lamberti
 Italy
49.24ER Yuri Bashkatov
 Soviet Union
50.13 Raimundas Mažuolis
 Soviet Union
50.15
200 m freestyle
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Giorgio Lamberti
 Italy
1:46.69WR Artur Wojdat
 Poland
1:47.96 Anders Holmertz
 Sweden
1:48.06
400 m freestyle
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Artur Wojdat
 Poland
3:47.78 Stefan Pfeiffer
 West Germany
3:48.68 Mariusz Podkościelny
 Poland
3:49.29
1500 m freestyle
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Jörg Hoffmann
 East Germany
15:01.52 Stefan Pfeiffer
 West Germany
15:01.93 Mariusz Podkościelny
 Poland
15:19.29
100 m backstroke
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Martin López-Zubero
 Spain
56.44 Sergey Zabolotnov
 Soviet Union
56.45 Dirk Richter
 East Germany
56.52
200 m backstroke
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Stefano Battistelli
 Italy
1:59.96 Vladimir Selkov
 Soviet Union
2:00.02 Tino Weber
 East Germany
2:07.43
100 m breaststroke
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Adrian Moorhouse
 Great Britain
1:01.71 Dmitry Volkov
 Soviet Union
1:01.94 Nick Gillingham
 Great Britain
1:02.12
200 m breaststroke
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Nick Gillingham
 Great Britain
2:12.90WR Gary O'Toole
 Ireland
2:15.73 József Szabó
 Hungary
2:16.05
100 m butterfly
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Rafał Szukała
 Poland
54.47 Bruno Gutzeit
 France
54.50 Martin Herrmann
 West Germany
54.54
200 m butterfly
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Tamás Darnyi
 Hungary
1:58.87 Rafał Szukała
 Poland
2:00.62 Matjaž Kozelj
 Yugoslavia
2:00.73
200 m individual medley
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Tamás Darnyi
 Hungary
2:01.03 Raik Hannemann
 East Germany
2:03.07 Josef Hladký
 West Germany
2:03.21
400 m individual medley
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Tamás Darnyi
 Hungary
4:15.25 Patrick Kühl
 East Germany
4:16.08 Stefano Battistelli
 Italy
4:19.13
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 West Germany
Peter Sitt
André Schadt
Bengt Zikarsky
Björn Zikarsky
3:19.68  France
Stéphan Caron
Christophe Kalfayan
Laurent Neuville
Bruno Gutzeit
3:19.73  Sweden
Tommy Werner
Anders Holmertz
Håkan Karlsson
Joakim Holmqvist
3:19.76
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 Italy
Massimo Trevisan
Roberto Gleria
Giorgio Lamberti
Stefano Battistelli
7:15.39  West Germany
Peter Sitt
Martin Herrmann
Erik Hochstein
Stefan Pfeiffer
7:17.38  East Germany
Uwe Daßler
André Matzk
Thomas Flemming
Steffen Zesner
7:17.79
4×100 m medley relay
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 Soviet Union
Sergey Zabolotnov
Dmitry Volkov
Vadim Yaroschuk
Yury Bashkatov
3:41.44  France
Franck Schott
Cédric Penicaud
Bruno Gutzeit
Stéphan Caron
3:43.09  Italy
Stefan Battistelli
Gianni Minervini
Marco Braida
Giorgio Lamberti
3:43.14

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Catherine Plewinski
 France
25.63 Daniela Hunger
 East Germany
25.64 Katrin Meißner
 East Germany
25.87
100 m freestyle
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Katrin Meißner
 East Germany
55.38 Manuela Stellmach
 East Germany
55.40 Marianne Muis
 Netherlands
55.61
200 m freestyle
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Manuela Stellmach
 East Germany
1:58.93 Marianne Muis
 Netherlands
1:59.96 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:00.35
400 m freestyle
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Anke Möhring
 East Germany
4:05.84ER Heike Freidrich
 East Germany
4:10.14 Manuela Melchiorri
 Italy
4:10.89
800 m freestyle
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Anke Möhring
 East Germany
8:23.99 Astrid Strauss
 East Germany
8:28.24 Irene Dalby
 Norway
8:28.59
100 m backstroke
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Kristin Otto
 East Germany
1:01.86 Krisztina Egerszegi
 Hungary
1:02.44 Anja Eichhorst
 East Germany
1:03.10
200 m backstroke
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Dagmar Hase
 East Germany
2:12.46 Krisztina Egerszegi
 Hungary
2:12.61 Kristin Otto
 East Germany
2:14.29
100 m breaststroke
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Susanne Börnike
 East Germany
1:09.55 Tanya Dangalakova
 Bulgaria
1:09.65 Manuela Dalla Valle
 Italy
1:10.39
200 m breaststroke
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Susanne Börnike
 East Germany
2:27.77 Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
2:29.94 Elena Volkova
 Soviet Union
2:29.95
100 m butterfly
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Catherine Plewinski
 France
59.08 Jacqueline Jacob
 East Germany
1:00.42 Kathleen Nord
 East Germany
1:00.81
200 m butterfly
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Kathleen Nord
 East Germany
2:09.33 Jacqueline Jacob
 East Germany
2:10.94 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:12.63
200 m individual medley
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Daniela Hunger
 East Germany
2:13.26 Marianne Muis
 Netherlands
2:15.85 Mildred Muis
 Netherlands
2:17.23
400 m individual medley
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Daniela Hunger
 East Germany
4:41.82 Krisztina Egerszegi
 Hungary
4:44.75 Grit Müller
 East Germany
4:46.06
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 East Germany
Katrin Meißner
Manuela Stellmach
Daniela Hunger
Heike Friedrich
3:42.46  Netherlands
Diana van der Plaats
Marieke Mastenbroek
Mildred Muis
Marianne Muis
3:43.66  West Germany
Katja Ziliox
Susanne Bosserhoff
Marion Aizpors
Birgit Lohberg-Schulz
3:46.15
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 East Germany
Anke Möhring
Manuela Stellmach
Astrid Strauss
Heike Friedrich
7:58.54  Netherlands
Diana van der Plaats
Kirsten Silvester
Mildred Muis
Marianne Muis
8:08.00  Italy
Tanya Vannini
Orietta Patron
Silvia Persi
Manuela Melchiorri
8:10.49
4×100 m medley relay
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 East Germany
Kristin Otto
Susanne Börnike
Jaqueline Jacob
Katrin Meißner
4:07.40  Italy
Lorenza Vigarani
Manuela Dalla Valle
Manuela Carosi
Silvia Persi
4:10.78  Netherlands
Ellen Elzerman
Kira Bulten
Judith Anema
Marianne Muis
4:11.53

Diving[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Edwin Jongejans (NED)  Valeriy Statsenko (URS)  Aleksandr Gladchenko (URS)
3 m springboard  Albin Killat (FRG)  Aleksandr Gladchenko (URS)  Jan Hempel (GDR)
10 m platform  Georgiy Chogovadze (URS)  Jan Hempel (GDR)  Vladimir Timoshinin (URS)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Irina Lashko (URS)  Brita Baldus (GDR)  Marina Babkova (URS)
3 m springboard  Marina Babkova (URS)  Brita Baldus (GDR)  Svetlana Alekseyeva (URS)
10 m platform  Ute Wetzig (GDR)  Inga Afonina (URS)  Jana Eichler (GDR)

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo  Khristina Falasinidi (URS)  Karine Schuler (FRA)  Karin Singer (SUI)
Duet  Marianne Aeschbacher and
Karine Schuler (FRA)
 Mariya Cheryayeva and
Yelena Frocheskaya (URS)
 Edith Boss and
Karin Singer (SUI)
Team competition  France (FRA)  Soviet Union (URS)  Switzerland (SUI)

Water polo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team competition  West Germany  Yugoslavia  Italy
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's team competition  Netherlands  Hungary  France

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