2008 European Short Course Swimming Championships

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Kantrida Pool, site of the Championships
Championship mascot "Valko"

The European Short Course Swimming Championships 2008 took place in Rijeka, Croatia from Thursday 11 to Sunday 14 December 2008.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 8 2 4 14
2  France 7 9 4 20
3  Italy 5 5 8 18
4  Netherlands 5 2 2 9
5  Spain 2 3 2 7
6  Croatia 2 0 2 4
7  Slovenia 2 0 1 3
8  Germany 1 3 2 6
9  Denmark 1 2 3 6
10  Austria 1 2 1 4
10  Ukraine 1 2 1 4
12  Serbia 1 1 0 2
12  Sweden 1 1 0 2
14  Great Britain 1 0 4 5
15  Finland 1 0 0 1
16  Hungary 0 3 1 4
17   Switzerland 0 1 1 2
18  Lithuania 0 1 0 1
18  Norway 0 1 0 1
20  Poland 0 0 1 1
20  Slovakia 0 0 1 1
Total 39 38 38 115

Medal summary[edit]

Legend:

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Amaury Leveaux
 France
20.63 Frédérick Bousquet
 France
20.69 Duje Draganja
 Croatia
Yevgeny Lagunov
 Russia
21.15
100 m freestyle Amaury Leveaux
 France
44.94
WR
Fabien Gilot
 France
45.84 Filippo Magnini
 Italy
46.62
200 m freestyle Danila Izotov
 Russia
1:43.09 Dominik Meichtry
  Switzerland
1:43.11 Massimiliano Rosolino
 Italy
1:43.52
400 m freestyle Paul Biedermann
 Germany
3:37.73
CR
Massimiliano Rosolino
 Italy
3:39.33 Mads Glæsner
 Denmark
3:39.77
1500 m freestyle Federico Colbertaldo
 Italy
14:24.21 Vitaly Romanovich
 Russia
14:29.64 Samuel Pizzetti
 Italy
14:31.60
50 m backstroke Stanislav Donets
 Russia
23.22 Aschwin Wildeboer
 Spain
23.28 Ľuboš Križko
 Slovakia
23.47
100 m backstroke Stanislav Donets
 Russia
49.32
WR
Aschwin Wildeboer
 Spain
49.61 Helge Meeuw
 Germany
50.89
200 m backstroke Aschwin Wildeboer
 Spain
Stanislav Donets
 Russia
1:49.22
CR
Pierre Roger
 France
1:52.26
50 m breaststroke Matjaž Markič
 Slovenia
26.47
CR
Aleksander Hetland
 Norway
26.64 Emil Tahirovič
 Slovenia
26.66
100 m breaststroke Igor Borysik
 Ukraine
57.33
ER
Hugues Duboscq
 France
57.64 James Gibson
 Great Britain
57.91
200 m breaststroke Hugues Duboscq
 France
2:04.59
ER
Edoardo Giorgetti
 Italy
2:04.98 Igor Borysik
 Ukraine
2:05.47
50 m butterfly Amaury Leveaux
 France
22.23 Milorad Čavić
 Serbia
22.36
NR
Rafael Muñoz Pérez
 Spain
22.46
100 m butterfly Milorad Čavić
 Serbia
49.19
ER
Rafael Muñoz Pérez
 Spain
49.74 Nikolay Skvortsov
 Russia
49.98
200 m butterfly Nikolay Skvortsov
 Russia
1:50.60
WR
Dinko Jukić
 Austria
1:52.31 Maxim Ganikhin
 Russia
1:52.32
100 m individual medley Peter Mankoč
 Slovenia
51.97
ER
Christian Galenda
 Italy
52.29 James Goddard
 Great Britain
52.36
200 m individual medley James Goddard
 Great Britain
1:53.46 Vytautas Janušaitis
 Lithuania
1:54.51 Alan Cabello Forns
 Spain
1:55.70
400 m individual medley Dinko Jukić
 Austria
4:03.01 Gergő Kis
 Hungary
4:03.81 Lukasz Wojt
 Poland
4:05.13
4×50 m freestyle relay  France
Alain Bernard
Fabien Gilot
Amaury Leveaux
Frédérick Bousquet
1:20.77
WB
 Italy
Alessandro Calvi
Marco Orsi
Mattia Nalesso
Filippo Magnini
1:23.37  Croatia
Duje Draganja
Alexei Puninski
Bruno Barbic
Mario Todorovic
1:23.68
4×50 m medley relay  Italy
Mirco di Tora
Alessandro Terrin
Marco Belotti
Filippo Magnini
1:32.91
WB
 Russia
Stanislav Donets
Sergey Geybel
Yevgeny Korotyshkin
Yevgeny Lagunov

 Germany
Thomas Rupprath
Marco Koch
Johannes Dietrich
Steffen Deibler
1:33.31

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Marleen Veldhuis
 Netherlands
23.55
CR
Hinkelien Schreuder
 Netherlands
23.72 Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
24.05
100 m freestyle Marleen Veldhuis
 Netherlands
51.95 Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
52.08
NR
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Netherlands
52.22
200 m freestyle Federica Pellegrini
 Italy
1:51.85
WR
Femke Heemskerk
 Netherlands
1:53.79 Daria Belyakina
 Russia
1:53.85
400 m freestyle Coralie Balmy
 France
3:56.39 Camille Muffat
 France
3:57.48 Alessia Filippi
 Italy
3:59.35
800 m freestyle Alessia Filippi
 Italy
8:04.53
WR
Coralie Balmy
 France
8:05.32 Lotte Friis
 Denmark
8:09.91
50 m backstroke Sanja Jovanović
 Croatia
26.23
WR
Kateryna Zubkova
 Ukraine
26.65 Elena Gemo
 Italy
26.77
100 m backstroke Sanja Jovanović
 Croatia
56.87
ER
Kateryna Zubkova
 Ukraine
57.01 Laure Manaudou
 France
57.16
200 m backstroke Alexandra Putra
 France
2:02.48 Alexianne Castel
 France
2:03.10 Elizabeth Simmonds
 Great Britain
2:03.12
50 m breaststroke Valentina Artemyeva
 Russia
29.96 Janne Schaefer
 Germany
30.37 Moniek Nijhuis
 Netherlands
30.45
100 m breaststroke Valentina Artemyeva
 Russia
1:05.02 Sophie de Ronchi
 France
1:05.43 Mirna Jukić
 Austria
1:05.64
200 m breaststroke Alena Alekseeva
 Russia
2:19.93 Mirna Jukić
 Austria
2:20.48 Patrizia Humplik
  Switzerland
2:21.68
50 m butterfly Hinkelien Schreuder
 Netherlands
25.21
ER
Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
25.54 Diane Bui Duyet
 France
25.55
100 m butterfly Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
56.70
CR NR
Diane Bui Duyet
 France
56.83 Eszter Dara
 Hungary
56.88
200 m butterfly Petra Granlund
 Sweden
2:04.27 Aurore Mongel
 France
2:04.73 Jemma Lowe
 Great Britain
2:04.78
100 m individual medley Hanna-Maria Seppälä
 Finland
59.24
CR NR
Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
59.49 Francesca Segat
 Italy
59.61
200 m individual medley Francesca Segat
 Italy
2:07.03
ER
Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
2:07.93 Sophie de Ronchi
 France
2:08.10
400 m individual medley Mireia Belmonte García
 Spain
4:25.06
WR
Alessia Filippi
 Italy
4:26.06 Francesca Segat
 Italy
4:27.12
4×50 m freestyle relay  Netherlands
Hinkelien Schreuder
Inge Dekker
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Marleen Veldhuis
1:33.80
WB
 Sweden
Petra Granlund
Claire Hedenskog
Sarah Sjöström
Lovisa Ericsson
1:38.00  Germany
Dorothea Brandt
Petra Dallmann
Lisa Vitting
Daniela Schreiber
1:38.06
4×50 m medley relay  Netherlands
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Moniek Nijhuis
Hinkelien Schreuder
Marleen Veldhuis
1:45.73
WB
 Germany
Daniela Samulski
Janne Schaefer
Lena Kalla
Petra Dallmann
1:46.84  Italy
Elena Gemo
Roberta Panara
Silvia di Pietro
Federica Pellegrini
1:47.05

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