1992 European Sprint Swimming Championships

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The 1992 LEN European Sprint Swimming Championships were the second edition of what later would become the European Short Course Championships. It was held in Espoo, Finland from 21–22 December 1991, and was organised by the Ligue Européenne de Natation. Only the 50 m events and the 100 m individual medley were at stake.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 4 7 4 15
2  Sweden 4 3 0 7
3  Finland 3 1 0 4
4  Russia 1 1 5 7
5  Great Britain 1 0 1 2
6  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
7  Netherlands 0 2 0 2
8  Poland 0 0 2 2
9  Estonia 0 0 1 1
9  Croatia 0 0 1 1
Total 14 14 14 42

Results summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Yuriy Vlasov (UKR) 22.06  Mark Pinger (GER) 22.32  Mark Foster (GBR) 22.38
50 m backstroke  Jani Sievinen (FIN) 25.07  Rudi Dollmayer (SWE) 25.53  Patrick Hermanspann (GER) 25.62
50 m breaststroke  Vassily Ivanov (RUS) 27.25  Ron Dekker (NED) 27.67  Dmitri Volkov (RUS) 27.89
50 m butterfly  Mark Foster (GBR) 23.89  Dirk Vandenhirtz (GER) 24.31  Miloš Milošević (CRO) 24.49
100 m individual medley  Jani Sievinen (FIN) 53.78  Antti Kasvio (FIN) 54.93  Indrek Sei (EST) 55.85
4×50 m freestyle relay  Sweden 1:27.94  Germany 1:28.14  Russia 1:29.99
4×50 m medley relay  Finland 1:38.10  Sweden 1:38.16  Russia 1:38.59

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Franziska van Almsick (GER) 24.95  Simone Osygus (GER) 25.42  Annette Hadding (GER) 25.75
50 m backstroke  Sandra Völker (GER) 28.57  Nina Zhivanevskaya (RUS) 28.66  Anja Eichhorst (GER) 28.95
50 m breaststroke  Louise Karlsson (SWE) 31.19 ER  Peggy Hartung (GER) 31.55  Alicja Pęczak (POL) 31.73
50 m butterfly  Louise Karlsson (SWE) 27.28  Inge de Bruijn (NED) 27.57  Susanne Müller (GER) 27.80
100 m individual medley  Louise Karlsson (SWE) 1:01.03 ER  Daniela Hunger (GER) 1:01.95  Alicja Pęczak (POL) 1:02.76
4×50 m freestyle relay  Germany 1:40.63  Sweden 1:41.65  Russia 1:43.73
4×50 m medley relay  Germany 1:52.44  Sweden 1:52.60  Russia 1:55.97

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