1996 European Short Course Swimming Championships

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The first edition of the European Short Course Championships was held in Rostock, Germany, from December 13 to December 15, 1996. The event, just a couple of months after the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, replaced the European Sprint Swimming Championships, where only the 50 m events and the 100 m individual medley were at stake. From this edition on, also the events longer than that were contested.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 14 14 11 39
2  Great Britain 4 4 2 10
3  Netherlands 4 2 2 8
4  Sweden 3 3 3 9
5  Poland 3 2 1 6
6  Italy 2 2 1 5
7  Czech Republic 2 1 2 5
8  Norway 1 1 2 4
9  Slovakia 1 1 1 3
10  Austria 1 1 0 2
11  Belarus 1 0 2 3
12  Spain 1 0 1 2
13  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
14  Romania 0 3 1 4
15  Croatia 0 2 1 3
16   Switzerland 0 1 3 4
17  Slovenia 0 1 2 3
18  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
18  Finland 0 0 1 1
18  France 0 0 1 1
18  Greece 0 0 1 1
Total 38 38 39 115

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Mark Foster
 Great Britain
22.25 René Gusperti
 Italy
22.51 Dimitri Kalinovski
 Belarus
22.57
100 m freestyle Lars Conrad
 Germany
48.90 Nicolae Butacu
 Romania
49.49 Nicolae Ivan
 Romania
49.56
200 m freestyle Lars Conrad
 Germany
1:45.97 Andrew Clayton
 Great Britain
1:47.35 Konstantin Dubrovin
 Germany
1:48.60
400 m freestyle Emiliano Brembilla
 Italy
3:45.52 Stefan Pohl
 Germany
3:48.10 Dimitrios Manganas
 Greece
3:48.29
1500 m freestyle Igor Snitko
 Ukraine
14:46.59 Ian Wilson
 Great Britain
14:54.24 Thomas Lohfink
 Germany
15:04.13
50 m backstroke Mariusz Siembida
 Poland
25.03 Tomislav Karlo
 Croatia
25.14 Stev Theloke
 Germany
25.15
100 m backstroke Mariusz Siembida
 Poland
53.56 Stev Theloke
 Germany
53.87 Emanuele Merisi
 Italy
54.39
200 m backstroke Emanuele Merisi
 Italy
1:54.91 Nicolae Butacu
 Romania
1:56.29 Stev Theloke
 Germany
1:56.51
50 m breaststroke Patrik Isaksson
 Sweden
27.76 Jens Kruppa
 Germany
27.77 Daniel Málek
 Czech Republic
27.84
100 m breaststroke Jens Kruppa
 Germany
1:00.15 Patrik Isaksson
 Sweden
1:00.45 Aleksandr Gukov
 Belarus
1:00.94
200 m breaststroke Aleksandr Gukov
 Belarus
2:09.86 Artur Paczynski
 Poland
2:10.69 Jens Kruppa
 Germany
2:10.70
50 m butterfly Mark Foster
 Great Britain
23.91 Fabian Hieronimus
 Germany
24.07 Jonas Åkesson
 Sweden
24.25
100 m butterfly Thomas Rupprath
 Germany
53.22 Fabian Hieronimus
 Germany
53.70 Denislav Kaltchev
 Bulgaria
54.02
200 m butterfly Chris-Carol Bremer
 Germany
1:57.04 Thomas Rupprath
 Germany
1:57.30 David Abrard
 France
Adrian Andermatt
  Switzerland
1:59.23
100 m individual medley Marcel Wouda
 Netherlands
54.62 Jens Kruppa
 Germany
54.82 Christian Keller
 Germany
55.45
200 m individual medley Marcel Wouda
 Netherlands
1:56.83 Christian Keller
 Germany
1:58.52 Krešimir Čač
 Croatia
2:01.45
400 m individual medley Marcel Wouda
 Netherlands
4:08.90 Christian Keller
 Germany
4:13.03 Uwe Volk
 Germany
4:15.69
4×50 m freestyle relay  Germany
Lars Conrad
Christian Tröger
Tim Nolte
Steffen Smöllich
1:29.54  Croatia
Tomislav Karlo
Miloš Milošević
Miro Žeravica
Alen Lončar
1:29.69  Norway
Anders Dahl
Vermund Vetnes
Thomas Sopp
Thomas Nore
1:30.40
4×50 m medley relay  Germany
Stev Theloke
Jens Kruppa
Fabian Hieronimus
Lars Conrad
1:38.28  Italy
Emanuele Merisi
Domenico Fioravanti
Luca Belfiore
René Gusperti
1:38.50  Great Britain
Neil Willey
Richard Maden
Mark Foster
Simon Handley
1:38.72

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Sandra Völker
 Germany
24.67
ER
Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
25.32 Vibeke Johansen
 Norway
25.38
100 m freestyle Sandra Völker
 Germany
53.04
ER
Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
54.46 Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
54.95
200 m freestyle Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
1:57.22 Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
1:58.34 Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
1:59.16
400 m freestyle Kristýna Kyněrová
 Czech Republic
4:09.94 Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
4:10.36 Chantal Strasser
  Switzerland
4:13.45
800 m freestyle Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
8:34.66 Flavia Rigamonti
  Switzerland
8:39.20 Sarah Collings
 Great Britain
8:42.42
50 m backstroke Sandra Völker
 Germany
27.94 Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
28.55 Suze Valen
 Netherlands
28.66
100 m backstroke Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
1:00.21 Kateřina Pivoňková
 Czech Republic
1:01.69 Alenka Kejžar
 Slovenia
1:01.93
200 m backstroke Kateřina Pivoňková
 Czech Republic
2:08.15 Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
2:09.54 Alenka Kejžar
 Slovenia
2:12.20
50 m breaststroke Vera Lischka
 Austria
31.36 Terrie Miller
 Norway
31.47 Hanna Jaltner
 Sweden
32.04
100 m breaststroke Terrie Miller
 Norway
1:07.91 Vera Lischka
 Austria
1:08.18 Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
1:08.33
200 m breaststroke Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
2:26.11 Alenka Kejžar
 Slovenia
2:27.33 Anne Poleska
 Germany
2:27.57
50 m butterfly Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
27.15
ER
Sandra Völker
 Germany
27.23 Marja Pärssinen
 Finland
27.69
100 m butterfly Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
58.80
ER
Sandra Völker
 Germany
59.44 Julia Voitowitsch
 Germany
1:00.51
200 m butterfly Bárbara Franco
 Spain
2:10.20 Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
2:10.92 María Peláez
 Spain
2:11.36
100 m individual medley Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
1:01.91 Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
1:01.98 Sabine Herbst
 Germany
1:02.46
200 m individual medley Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
2:10.60 Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
2:13.07 Sabine Herbst
 Germany
2:13.29
400 m individual medley Sabine Herbst
 Germany
4:39.26 Beatrice Căslaru
 Romania
4:41.76 Pavla Chrástová
 Czech Republic
4:42.07
4×50 m freestyle relay  Germany
Katrin Meißner
Marianne Hinners
Silvia Stahl
Sandra Völker
1:41.15  Sweden
Johanna Sjöberg
Linda Olofsson
Nelly Jörgensen
Malin Svahnström
1:42.18   Switzerland
Dominique Diezi
Andrea Quadri
Sandrine Paquier
Chantal Strasser
1:44.90
4×50 m medley relay  Germany
Antje Buschschulte
Sylvia Gerasch
Julia Voitowitsch
Sandra Völker
1:51.79
ER
 Netherlands
Suze Valen
Madelons Baans
Wilma van Hofwegen
Angela Postma
1:52.80  Sweden
Nelly Jörgensen
Hanna Jaltner
Johanna Sjöberg
Linda Olofsson
1:53.06

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