1999 European Short Course Swimming Championships

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1999 European Short Course Swimming Championships
Host city Lisbon, Portugal
Date(s) 9–12 December 1999
Venue(s) Complexo Desportivo do Jamor


The third edition of the European Short Course Championships was held in Complexo Desportivo do Jamor in Lisboa, Portugal, from 9 to 11 December 1999.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Sweden 9 7 1 17
2  Germany 6 12 8 26
3  Ukraine 5 1 3 9
4  Great Britain 3 3 9 15
5  Netherlands 3 1 2 6
6  Spain 2 2 1 5
7  Croatia 2 1 0 3
7  Slovakia 2 1 0 3
9  Iceland 2 0 0 2
10  Denmark 1 1 2 4
10  Italy 1 1 2 4
12  Belgium 1 0 1 2
12  Russia 1 0 1 2
14  France 1 0 0 1
15  Hungary 0 3 0 3
16  Belarus 0 1 1 2
16  Portugal 0 1 1 2
16  Slovenia 0 1 1 2
16   Switzerland 0 1 1 2
20  Turkey 0 1 0 1
21  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
21  Finland 0 0 1 1
21  Israel 0 0 1 1
Total 39 38 37 114

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Mark Foster
 Great Britain
21.71 Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
21.79 Lorenzo Vismara
 Italy
21.83
100 m freestyle Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
47.20 Lars Frölander
 Sweden
47.86 Karel Novy
  Switzerland
48.44
200 m freestyle Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
1:44.34 Massimiliano Rosolino
 Italy
1:45.22 Stefan Herbst
 Germany
1:46.09
400 m freestyle Massimiliano Rosolino
 Italy
3:42.00 Jörg Hoffmann
 Germany
3:42.88 James Salter
 Great Britain
3:43.48
1500 m freestyle Igor Chervynskyi
 Ukraine
14:42.05 Jörg Hoffmann
 Germany
14:45.71 Teo Edo
 Spain
14:59.43
50 m backstroke Miro Žeravica
 Croatia
24.70 Tomislav Karlo
 Croatia
24.72 Sebastian Halgasch
 Germany
24.79
100 m backstroke Örn Arnarson
 Iceland
53.13 Derya Büyükunçu
 Turkey
53.17 Volodymyr Nikolaychuk
 Ukraine
53.27
200 m backstroke Örn Arnarson
 Iceland
1:54.23 Jirka Letzin
 Germany
1:55.19 Adam Ruckwood
 Great Britain
1:55.25
50 m breaststroke Mark Warnecke
 Germany
27.10 Oleg Lisogor
 Ukraine
27.37 Roman Sloudnov
 Russia
27.38
100 m breaststroke Roman Sloudnov
 Russia
58.85 Patrik Isaksson
 Sweden
59.32 José Couto
 Portugal
59.70
200 m breaststroke Stéphan Perrot
 France
2:07.82 José Couto
 Portugal
2:09.98 Adam Whitehead
 Great Britain
2:10.98
50 m butterfly Miloš Milošević
 Croatia
Lars Frölander
 Sweden
23.35 None Jere Hård
 Finland
23.81
100 m butterfly Lars Frölander
 Sweden
51.19 James Hickman
 Great Britain
51.43 Denys Sylantyev
 Ukraine
52.01
200 m butterfly James Hickman
 Great Britain
1:53.52 Thomas Rupprath
 Germany
1:54.43 Denys Sylantyev
 Ukraine
1:54.86
100 m individual medley Jens Kruppa
 Germany
53.93 Peter Mankoč
 Slovenia
54.27 Marcel Wouda
 Netherlands
54.38
200 m individual medley Marcel Wouda
 Netherlands
1:56.46 Jirka Letzin
 Germany
1:58.23 Massimiliano Rosolino
 Italy
1:58.57
400 m individual medley Frederik Hviid
 Spain
4:08.85 Jirka Letzin
 Germany
4:09.85 Michael Halika
 Israel
4:12.25
4×50 m freestyle relay  Sweden
Claes Andersson
Lars Frölander
Stefan Nystrand
Daniel Carlsson
1:27.12  Germany
Mitja Zastrow
Alexander Lüderitz
Stephan Kunzelmann
Kai Hanschmann
1:27.76  Netherlands
Dennis Rijnbeek
Stefan Aartsen
Marcel Wouda
Pieter van den Hoogenband
1:27.95
4×50 m medley relay  Sweden
Daniel Carlsson
Patrik Isaksson
Lars Frölander
Stefan Nystrand
1:36.00  Germany
Sebastian Halgasch
Mark Warnecke
Thomas Rupprath
Alexander Lüderitz
1:36.56  Great Britain
Neil Willey
Darren Mew
James Hickman
Mark Foster
1:36.78

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
 Sweden
24.09
WR
Anna-Karin Kammerling
 Sweden
Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
24.90 None
100 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
 Sweden
52.80
WR
Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
53.26 Sandra Völker
 Germany
53.34
200 m freestyle Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
1:56.28 Josefin Lillhage
 Sweden
1:57.15 Natalya Baranovskaya
 Belarus
1:57.33
400 m freestyle Yana Klochkova
 Ukraine
4:05.12 Natalya Baranovskaya
 Belarus
4:06.13 Silvia Szalai
 Germany
4:06.48
800 m freestyle Yana Klochkova
 Ukraine
8:22.37 Flavia Rigamonti
  Switzerland
8:25.82 Jana Henke
 Germany
8:28.89
50 m backstroke Sandra Völker
 Germany
27.31 Nina Zhivanevskaya
 Spain
28.24 Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
28.35
100 m backstroke Nina Zhivanevskaya
 Spain
59.87 Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
1:00.08 Sarah Price
 Great Britain
1:00.88
200 m backstroke Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
2.08.11 Nina Zhivanevskaya
 Spain
2.09.47 Nicole Hetzer
 Germany
2.09.62
50 m breaststroke Zoë Baker
 Great Britain
31.40 Ágnes Kovács
 Hungary
31.49 Janne Schäfer
 Germany
31.95
100 m breaststroke Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
1:08.15 Ágnes Kovács
 Hungary
1:08.30 Emma Igelström
 Sweden
1:08.74
200 m breaststroke Anne Poleska
 Germany
2:24.78 Ágnes Kovács
 Hungary
2:25.41 Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
2:26.82
50 m butterfly Anna-Karin Kammerling
 Sweden
25.64
WR
Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
26.42 Nicola Jackson
 Great Britain
27.17
100 m butterfly Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
57.73 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
59.11 Sophia Skou
 Denmark
59.80
200 m butterfly Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:06.87 Johanna Sjöberg
 Sweden
2:08.62 Sophia Skou
 Denmark
2:09.33
100 m individual medley Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
1:00.78 Annika Mehlhorn
 Germany
1:01.82 Nataša Kejžar
 Slovenia
1:02.16
200 m individual medley Yana Klochkova
 Ukraine
2:09.08
ER
Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
2:09.25 Sue Rolph
 Great Britain
2:11.29
400 m individual medley Yana Klochkova
 Ukraine
4:34.07 Nicole Hetzer
 Germany
4:37.47 Hana Černá
 Czech Republic
4:37.74
4×50 m freestyle relay  Sweden
Johanna Sjöberg
Therese Alshammar
Anna-Karin Kammerling
Malin Svahnström
1:38.45
WBT
 Germany
Katrin Meißner
Simone Osygus
Sandra Völker
Britta Steffen
1:39.21  Great Britain
Alison Sheppard
Nicola Jackson
Karen Pickering
Sue Rolph
1:39.93
4×50 m medley relay  Sweden
Therese Alshammar
Emma Igelström
Johanna Sjöberg
Anna-Karin Kammerling
1:49.47
WBT
 Germany
Sandra Völker
Janne Schäfer
Marietta Uhle
Katrin Meißner
1:49.87  Great Britain
Katy Sexton
Zoë Baker
Nicola Jackson
Sue Rolph
1:51.64

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