2006 European Aquatics Championships

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Swimming pool just before the finales on 3rd of August 2006

The 2006 European Swimming Championships were held in Budapest, Hungary, from 26 July – 6 August 2006. Disciplines include swimming, diving, synchronised swimming (synchro) and open water swimming. European Water Polo Championships for 2006 were also organized by LEN, but held separately.

Competition dates by discipline were:[1]

  • Swimming: 31 July - 6 August
  • Diving: 1–6 August
  • Synchro: 26–30 July
  • Open Water: 26–30 July

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 16 7 3 26
2  Germany 12 10 5 27
3  France 6 3 9 18
4  Italy 5 6 11 22
5  Ukraine 5 4 5 14
6  Poland 5 2 1 8
7  Sweden 3 3 0 6
8  United Kingdom 2 5 6 13
9  Netherlands 2 3 3 8
10  Hungary 2 2 5 9
11  Finland 1 0 1 2
12  Spain 0 4 0 4
13  Greece 0 2 5 7
14  Austria 0 2 0 2
15  Croatia 0 1 1 2
16  Belarus 0 1 0 1
16  Norway 0 1 0 1
16  Slovakia 0 1 0 1
19  Czech Republic 0 0 2 2
20  Denmark 0 0 1 1
20  Romania 0 0 1 1
20  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
Total 59 57 60 176

Swimming[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates for Swimming were: 31 July - 6 August.[1][2] All swimming events contested in a long-course (50m) pool; with morning sessions (preliminary heats) beginning at 09:30, and evening sessions (semifinals and finals) beginning at 17:00. Event format was:

  • 200m and under: prelims/semifinals/finals—preliminary heats and semifinals were held on the same day (morning then evening), with finals of the event on the next evening.
  • 400m and longer: prelims/finals. In the 400m, and the 4x100m and 4x200m relays, prelims and finals were held on the same day. In the women's 800m and men's 1500m events, prelims were held in the morning of day 1 of the event, with finals of the event in the evening session of day 2.

Event order for evening sessions was:

Date Monday
31 July 2006
Tuesday
1 August 2006
Wednesday
2 August 2006
Thursday
3 August 2006
E
v
e
n
t
s
400 free (m)
50 fly (w) -- semis
100 back (m) -- semis
400 IM (w)
100 breast (m) -- semis
200 back (w) -- semis
50 fly (m) -- semis

4x100 Free Relay (w)
4x100 Free Relay (m)
50 fly (m)
100 free (w) -- semis

100 back (m)
50 fly (w)
100 breast (m)
100 breast (w) -- semis
200 IM (m) -- semis

200 back (w)
200 free (m) -- semis
800 free (w)
200 breast (m) -- semis
200 IM (w) -- semis

200 free (m)
100 breast (w)
200 fly (m) -- semis

100 free (w)
200 IM (m)
100 back (w) -- semis
50 back (m) -- semis
200 IM (w)
100 free (m) -- semis
100 fly (w) -- semis
200 breast (m)
100 back (w)
200 fly (m)
200 breast (w) -- semis
50 back (m)
4x200 Free Relay (w)
Date Friday
4 August 2006
Saturday
5 August 2006
Sunday
6 August 2006
E
v
e
n
t
s
1500 free (m)
200 free (w) -- semis
100 fly (m) -- semis
200 breast (w)
100 free (m)
50 back (w) -- semis
200 back (m) -- semis
100 fly (w)
50 breast (m) -- semis
50 breast (w) -- semis
100 fly (m)
200 free (w)
50 free (m) -- semis
50 back (w)
200 back (m)
200 fly (w) -- semis
50 breast (m)
50 free (w) -- semis
4x200 Free Relay (m)
50 free (w)
50 free (m)
50 breast (w)
200 fly (w)
400 IM (m)
400 free (w)
4x100 Medley Relay (w)
4x100 Medley Relay (m)

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Bartosz Kizierowski
  Poland Poland
21.88
  CR
Oleksandr Volynets
  Ukraine Ukraine
21.97 Duje Draganja
  Croatia Croatia
22.14
100 m freestyle Filippo Magnini
  Italy Italy
48.79 Stefan Nystrand
  Sweden Sweden
48.91 Pieter vd Hoogenband
  Netherlands Netherlands
48.94
200 m freestyle Pieter vd Hoogenband
  Netherlands Netherlands
1:45.65 Massimiliano Rosolino
  Italy Italy
1:47.02 Filippo Magnini
  Italy Italy
1:47.57
400 m freestyle Yury Prilukov
  Russia Russia
3:45.73
  CR
Massimiliano Rosolino
  Italy Italy
3:46.87 Nicolas Rostoucher
  France France
3:47.04
1500 m freestyle Yury Prilukov
  Russia Russia
14:51.93
  CR
Sébastien Rouault
  France France
14:55.73 Nicolas Rostoucher
  France France
15:01.82
50 m backstroke Helge Meeuw
  Germany Germany
25.06 Aristeidis Grigoriadis
  Greece Greece
25.14 Matthew Clay
  United Kingdom Great Britain
25.15
100 m backstroke Arkady Vyatchanin
  Russia Russia
53.50
  CR
Markus Rogan
  Austria Austria
54.07 Aristeidis Grigoriadis
  Greece Greece
54.34
200 m backstroke Arkady Vyatchanin
  Russia Russia
1:55.44
  ER, CR
László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
1:56.69 Răzvan Florea
  Romania Romania
1:57.83
50 m breaststroke Oleg Lisogor
  Ukraine Ukraine

Alessandro Terrin
  Italy Italy
27.48   not awarded Matjaž Markič
  Slovenia Slovenia
27.87
100 m breaststroke Roman Sloudnov
  Russia Russia
1:00.61 Alexander Dale Oen
  Norway Norway
1:00.63 Oleg Lisogor
  Ukraine Ukraine
1:00.64
200 m breaststroke Sławomir Kuczko
  Poland Poland
2:12.12 Paolo Bossini
  Italy Italy
2:12.35 Kristopher Gilchrist
  United Kingdom Great Britain
2:13.21
50 m butterfly Sergiy Breus
  Ukraine Ukraine
23.41
  CR
Duje Draganja
  Croatia Croatia
23.62 Jakob Andkjær
  Denmark Denmark

Andriy Serdinov
  Ukraine Ukraine
23.77
100 m butterfly Andriy Serdinov
  Ukraine Ukrain
51.95 Amaury Leveaux
  France France
52.76 Nikolay Skvortsov
  Russia Russia
52.96
200 m butterfly Paweł Korzeniowski
  Poland Poland
1:55.04
  CR
Ioannis Drymonakos
  Greece Greece
1:57.03 Nikolay Skvortsov
  Russia Russia
1:57.12
200 m individual medley László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
1:58.17
  CR
Alessio Boggiatto
  Italy Italy
2:00.14 Tamas Kerekjarto
  Hungary Hungary
2:00.17
400 m individual medley László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
4:09.86
  CR
Luca Marin
  Italy Italy
4:14.15 Alessio Boggiatto
  Italy Italy
4:16.34
4×100 m
  freestyle relay
Alessandro Calvi
Christian Galenda
Lorenzo Vismara
Filippo Magnini
Italy Italy
3:15.23
  CR
Evgeny Lagunov
Andrey Grechin
Ivan Usov
Andrey Kapralov
Russia Russia
3:16.47 Alain Bernard
Grégory Mallet
Fabien Gilot
Amaury Leveaux
France France
3:16.53
4×200 m
  freestyle relay
Massimiliano Rosolino
David Berbotto
Nicola Cassio
Filippo Magnini
Italy Italy
7:09.60
  CR
David Carry
Simon Burnett
Andrew Hunter
Ross Davenport
United Kingdom Great Britain
7:11.63 Andreas Zisimos
Georgios Demetis
Dimitrios Manganas
Nikolaos Xylouris
Greece Greece
7:16.67
4×100 m
  medley relay
Arkady Vyatchanin
Roman Sloudnov
Nikolay Skvortsov
Andrey Kapralov
Russia Russia
3:34.96
  CR
Andriy Oleynyk
Oleg Lisogor
Andriy Serdinov
Yuriy Yegoshin
Ukraine Ukraine
3:36.21 Liam Tancock
James Gibson
Todd Cooper
Simon Burnett
United Kingdom Great Britain
3:36.61

Women[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Britta Steffen
  Germany Germany
24.72 Therese Alshammar
  Sweden Sweden
24.87 Marleen Veldhuis
  Netherlands Netherlands
24.89
100 m freestyle Britta Steffen
  Germany Germany
53.30
  WR
Marleen Veldhuis
  Netherlands Netherlands
54.32 Nery-Madey Niangkoura
  Greece Greece
54.48
200 m freestyle Otylia Jędrzejczak
  Poland Poland
1:57.25 Annika Liebs
  Germany Germany
1:57.48 Laure Manaudou
  France France
1:58.48
400 m freestyle Laure Manaudou
  France France
4:02.13
  WR
Joanne Jackson
  United Kingdom Great Britain
4:07.76 Caitlin McClatchey
  United Kingdom Great Britain
4:08.13
800 m freestyle Laure Manaudou
  France France
8:19.29
  ER
Rebecca Adlington
  United Kingdom Great Britain
8:27.88 Rebecca Cooke
  United Kingdom Great Britain
8:28.40
50 m backstroke Janine Pietsch
  Germany Germany
28.36
  CR
Aleksandra Gerasimenya
  Belarus Belarus
28.72 Antje Buschschulte
  Germany Germany
28.73
100 m backstroke Laure Manaudou
  France France
1:00.88 Antje Buschschulte
  Germany Germany
1:01.40 Janine Pietsch
  Germany Germany
1:01.55
200 m backstroke Esther Baron
  France France
2:10.07 Iryna Amshennikova
  Ukraine Ukraine
2:12.13 Melanie Marshall
  United Kingdom Great Britain
2:12.17
50 m breaststroke Elena Bogomazova
  Russia Russia
31.69 Kate Haywood
  United Kingdom Great Britain
31.71 Ágnes Kovács
  Hungary Hungary
31.95
100 m breaststroke Ganna Khlystunova
  Ukraine Ukraine
1:07.55
  CR
Kirsty Balfour
  United Kingdom Great Britain
1:07.95 Ágnes Kovács
  Hungary Hungary
1:08.60
200 m breaststroke Kirsty Balfour
  United Kingdom Great Britain
2:25.66 Yuliya Pidlisna
  Ukraine Ukraine
2:28.42 Ágnes Kovács
  Hungary Hungary
2:28.90
50 m butterfly Therese Alshammar
  Sweden Sweden
26.06 Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Sweden Sweden
26.23 Chantal Groot
  Netherlands Netherlands
26.49
100 m butterfly Inge Dekker
  Netherlands Netherlands
58.35 Martina Moravcová
  Slovakia Slovakia
58.98 Alena Popchanka
  France France
59.06
200 m butterfly Otylia Jędrzejczak
  Poland Poland
2:07.09 Francesca Segat
  Italy Italy
2:08.96 Caterina Giacchetti
  Italy Italy
2:09.01
200 m individual medley Laure Manaudou
  France France
2:12.69 Katarzyna Baranowska
  Poland Poland
2:13.36 Alessia Filippi
  Italy Italy
2:13.75
400 m individual medley Alessia Filippi
  Italy Italy
4:35.80 Nicole Hetzer
  Germany Germany
4:37.97 Katarzyna Baranowska
  Poland Poland
4:40.02
4×100 m
 freestyle relay
Petra Dallmann
Daniela Götz
Britta Steffen
Annika Liebs
Germany Germany
3:35.22
  WR
Inge Dekker
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Chantal Groot
Marleen Veldhuis
Netherlands Netherlands
3:37.04 Alena Popchanka
Aurore Mongel
Céline Couderc
Malia Metella
France France
3:38.83
4×200 m
 freestyle relay
Petra Dallmann
Daniela Samulski
Britta Steffen
Annika Liebs
Germany Germany
7:50.82
  WR
Otylia Jędrzejczak
Joanna Budzis
Agata Zwiejska
Paulina Barzycka
Poland Poland
7:56.32 Alena Popchanka
Sophie Huber
Aurore Mongel
Laure Manaudou
France France
7:56.44
4×100 m
 medley relay
Melanie Marshall
Kirsty Balfour
Terri Dunning
Francesca Halsall
United Kingdom Great Britain
4:02.24 Antje Buschschulte
Sarah Poewe
Annika Mehlhorn
Britta Steffen
Germany Germany
4:02.35 Laure Manaudou
Anne-Sophie Le Paranthoën
Alena Popchanka
Céline Couderc
France France
4:03.64

WR= World Record (and by default also new European, Championships and National records for those involved); ER= European Record (and by default also new Championships and National records); CR= Championships Record

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 7 1 2 10
2  Germany 6 4 2 12
3  Italy 5 6 4 15
4  France 5 2 8 15
5  Poland 5 2 1 8
6  Ukraine 4 4 2 10
7  Great Britain 2 5 6 13
8  Netherlands 2 2 3 7
9  Hungary 2 1 4 7
10  Sweden 1 3 0 4
11  Greece 0 2 3 5
12  Croatia 0 1 1 2
13  Austria 0 1 0 1
13  Belarus 0 1 0 1
13  Norway 0 1 0 1
13  Slovakia 0 1 0 1
17  Denmark 0 0 1 1
17  Romania 0 0 1 1
17  Slovenia 0 0 1 1

Diving[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates for Diving were: 1–6 August 2006.[1]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Joona Puhakka
 Finland
425.00 Alexander Dobroskok
 Russia
416.60 Christopher Sacchin
 Italy
415.70
3 m springboard Dmitri Sautin
 Russia
496.10 Alexander Dobroskok
 Russia
479.95 Joona Puhakka
 Finland
464.60
10 m platform Gleb Galperin
 Russia
472.90 Heiko Meyer
 Germany
459.45 Konstyantyn Milyayev
 Ukraine
436.50
3 m springboard synchro Tobias Schellenberg
Andreas Wels
 Germany
403.86 Yury Kunakov
Dmitri Sautin
 Russia
401.46 Nicola Marconi
Tommaso Marconi
 Italy
394.68
10 m platform synchro Dmitry Dobroskok
Gleb Galperin
 Russia
469.38 Sascha Klein
Heiko Meyer
 Germany
447.96 Michele Benedetti
Francesco Dell'Uomo
 Italy
435.12

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Anna Lindberg
 Sweden
291.90 Ditte Kotzian
 Germany
279.30 Maria Marconi
 Italy
267.35
3 m springboard Anna Lindberg
 Sweden
330.60 Ditte Kotzian
 Germany
324.90 Nóra Barta
 Hungary
319.85
10 m platform Yulia Prokopchuk
 Ukraine
338.00 Anja Richter
 Austria
332.35 Christin Steuer
 Germany
330.40
3 m springboard synchro Nataliya Umyskova
Nadezhda Bazhina
 Russia
314.55 Heike Fischer
Ditte Kotzian
 Germany
298.60 Olena Fedorova
Kristina Ishchenko
 Ukraine
292.17
10 m platform synchro Annett Gamm
Nora Subschinski
 Germany
325.92 Natalia Goncharova
Yulia Koltunova
 Russia
306.24 Yulia Prokopchuk
Kateryna Zhuk
 Ukraine
297.21

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 4 4 0 8
2  Germany 2 5 1 8
3  Sweden 2 0 0 2
4  Ukraine 1 0 3 4
5  Finland 1 0 1 2
6  Austria 0 1 0 1
7  Italy 0 0 4 4
8  Hungary 0 0 1 1

Synchronized Swimming[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates for Synchro were 26–30 July 2006.[1]

Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo free routine Natalia Ishchenko
 Russia
98.4 Gemma Mengual
 Spain
97.7 Nathalia Anthopolou
 Greece
93.9
Duet free routine Anastasia Davydova
Anastassia Ermakova
 Russia
98.8 Gemma Mengual
Paola Tirados
 Spain
97.5 Eleftheria Ftouli
Evanthia Makrygianni
 Greece
94.0
Team free routine  Russia 98.8  Spain 97.3  Italy 93.6
Free routine combination  Russia 97.9  Spain 95.9  Italy 93.5

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 4 0 0 4
2  Spain 0 4 0 4
3  Italy 0 0 2 2
3  Greece 0 0 2 2

Open Water Swimming[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates for Open Water were 26–30 July 2006.[1]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km Thomas Lurz
 Germany
56:00.1 Christian Hein
 Germany
56:01.1 Simone Ercoli
 Italy
56:01.8
10 km Thomas Lurz
 Germany
1:58:12.1 Maarten van der Weijden
 Netherlands
1:58:13.5 Christian Hein
 Germany
1:58:16.6
25 km Gilles Rondy
 France
5:10:17.3 Anton Sanachev
 Russia
5:10:18.2 Stéphane Gomez
 France
5:10:19.3

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km Ekaterina Seliverstova
 Russia
1:01:50.8 Cathi Dietrich
 France
1:01:52.3 Jana Pechanová
 Czech Republic
Larisa Ilchenko
 Russia
1:01:52.4
10 km Angela Maurer
 Germany
2:07:10.8 Rita Kovács
 Hungary
2:07:14.3 Jana Pechanová
 Czech Republic
2:07:15.6
25 km Angela Maurer
 Germany
5:35:19.1 Natalia Pankina
 Russia
5:35:25.1 Stefanie Biller
 Germany
5:35:29.5

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 4 1 2 7
2  Russia 1 2 1 4
3  France 1 1 1 3
4  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
4  Hungary 0 1 0 1
6  Czech Republic 0 0 2 2
7  Italy 0 0 1 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Programme for 2006 European Swimming Championships; published by LEN. Retrieved 2010-07-15.
  2. ^ Swimming schedule for the 2006 European Swimming Championships; published by LEN. Retrieved 2010-07-15.