2010 European Short Course Swimming Championships

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2010 European Short Course Swimming Championships
Host city Eindhoven, Netherlands
Date(s) 25–28 November 2010
Venue(s) Eindhoven Zwemstadion
Nations participating 36
Events 38

The 2010 European Short Course Swimming Championships was held 25–28 November 2010 at Pieter van den Hoogenband Zwemstadion in Eindhoven, Netherlands.[1] The meet featured competition amongst national teams from Europe, in 38 short course (25m) swimming events.[2]

The competition featured a preliminary/semifinals/final format for the 50 and 100 events, a timed-final format (swimmers swim only once) in the 800/1500 freestyles, and prelims/final for all other events. Preliminary heats were swum in morning sessions; Semifinals and Finals in evening sessions.

Each nation was permitted to enter three (3) swimmers into each individual event; with a maximum of 2 eligible to advance on to Semifinals/Finals.

Participating nations[edit]

36 nations have announced their participation[3]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Steffen Deibler
 Germany
20.98 Marco Orsi
 Italy
21.17 Andriy Govorov
 Ukraine
21.32
100 m freestyle Danila Izotov
 Russia
46.56 Yevgeny Lagunov
 Russia
46.60 Luca Dotto
 Italy
47.09
200 m freestyle Danila Izotov
 Russia
1:41.84 Paul Biedermann
 Germany
1:42.94 Yevgeny Lagunov
 Russia
1:44.11
400 m freestyle Paul Biedermann
 Germany
3:39.51 Federico Colbertaldo
 Italy
3:41.70 Alexander Selin
 Russia
3:43.70
1500 m freestyle Federico Colbertaldo
 Italy
14:35.36 Sergiy Frolov
 Ukraine
14:42.01 Job Kienhuis
 Netherlands
14:42.39
50 m backstroke Stanislav Donets
 Russia
22.74
ER
Vitaly Borisov
 Russia
23.72 Nick Driebergen
 Netherlands
23.73
100 m backstroke Stanislav Donets
 Russia
49.35 Damiano Lestingi
 Italy
51.46 Artem Dubovskoy
 Russia
51.90
200 m backstroke Yannick Lebherz
 Germany
1:51.74 Damiano Lestingi
 Italy
1:51.84 Artem Dubovskoy
 Russia
1:52.72
50 m breaststroke Robin van Aggele
 Netherlands
26.44 Aleksander Hetland
 Norway
26.56 Hendrik Feldwehr
 Germany
Fabio Scozzoli
 Italy
26.68
100 m breaststroke Fabio Scozzoli
 Italy
57.78 Hendrik Feldwehr
 Germany
58.09 Robin van Aggele
 Netherlands
58.68
200 m breaststroke Marco Koch
 Germany
2:04.86 Melquiades Alvarez
 Spain
2:05.41 Anton Lobanov
 Russia
2:06.71
50 m butterfly Steffen Deibler
 Germany
22.34 Andriy Govorov
 Ukraine
22.74 Joeri Verlinden
 Netherlands
23.23
100 m butterfly Steffen Deibler
 Germany
49.95 Joeri Verlinden
 Netherlands
50.52 Peter Mankoč
 Slovenia
50.92
200 m butterfly Dinko Jukić
 Austria
1:53.35 Tim Wallburger
 Germany
1:53.71 Bence Biczó
 Hungary
1:53.75
100 m individual medley Markus Deibler
 Germany
52.13 Peter Mankoč
 Slovenia
52.87 Alan Cabello
 Spain
53.24
200 m individual medley Markus Deibler
 Germany
1:53.25 Vytautas Janušaitis
 Lithuania
1:54.07 Dinko Jukić
 Austria
1:54.93
400 m individual medley Dávid Verrasztó
 Hungary
4:03.06 Yannick Lebherz
 Germany
4:05.08 Federico Turrini
 Italy
4:05.24
4×50 m freestyle relay  Italy
Luca Dotto
Lucio Spadaro
Filippo Magnini
Marco Orsi
1:25.16  Germany
Steffen Deibler
Markus Deibler
Stefan Herbst
Christoph Fildebrandt
1:25.19  Russia
Danila Izotov
Yevgeny Lagunov
Vitaly Syrnikov
Vladimir Bryukhov
1:25.81
4×50 m medley relay  Germany
Stefan Herbst
Hendrik Feldwehr
Steffen Deibler
Markus Deibler
1:33.40  Italy
Mirco di Tora
Fabio Scozzoli
Paolo Facchinelli
Marco Orsi
1:33.83  Russia
Stanislav Donets
Sergey Geybel
Nikolay Skvortsov
Danila Izotov
1:34.25

Legend: WR - World record; WBT - World best time; ER - European record; CR - Championship record

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Netherlands
23.58 Hinkelien Schreuder
 Netherlands
23.90 Britta Steffen
 Germany
23.95
100 m freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Netherlands
51.44 Femke Heemskerk
 Netherlands
52.02 Britta Steffen
 Germany
52.92
200 m freestyle Femke Heemskerk
 Netherlands
1:52.62 Silke Lippok
 Germany
1:53.96 Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
1:54.39
400 m freestyle Ágnes Mutina
 Hungary
4:01.25 Melanie Costa
 Spain
4:02.26 Gráinne Murphy
 Ireland
4:02.86
800 m freestyle Federica Pellegrini
 Italy
8:15.20 Boglárka Kapás
 Hungary
8:18.56 Gráinne Murphy
 Ireland
8:19.45
NR
50 m backstroke Sanja Jovanović
 Croatia
27.10 Elena Gemo
 Italy
27.13 Simona Baumrtová
 Czech Republic
27.30
100 m backstroke Daryna Zevina
 Ukraine
57.57 Sharon van Rouwendaal
 Netherlands
57.91 Duane Da Rocha
 Spain
58.37
200 m backstroke Duane Da Rocha
 Spain
2:03.97 Sharon van Rouwendaal
 Netherlands
2:04.13 Daryna Zevina
 Ukraine
2:05.08
50 m breaststroke Dorothea Brandt
 Germany
30.40 Moniek Nijhuis
 Netherlands
30.45 Valentina Artemyeva
 Russia
30.55
100 m breaststroke Moniek Nijhuis
 Netherlands
1:06.20 Sophie De Ronchi
 France
1:06.21 Tessa Brouwer
 Netherlands
1:06.65
200 m breaststroke Anastasia Chaun
 Russia
2:22.68 Tanja Šmid
 Slovenia
2:22.88 Chiara Boggiatto
 Italy
2:24.52
50 m butterfly Inge Dekker
 Netherlands
25.38 Hinkelien Schreuder
 Netherlands
25.49 Triin Aljand
 Estonia
25.90
100 m butterfly Inge Dekker
 Netherlands
56.51 Ingvild Snildal
 Norway
57.46 Caterina Giacchetti
 Italy
58.17
200 m butterfly Zsuzsanna Jakabos
 Hungary
2:05.58 Alessia Polieri
 Italy
2:06.18 Caterina Giacchetti
 Italy
2:06.49
100 m individual medley Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
59.53 Hinkelien Schreuder
 Netherlands
59.57 Theresa Michalak
 Germany
59.85
200 m individual medley Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
2:07.06 Kimberly Buys
 Belgium
2:10.14 Lara Grangeon
 France
2:10.22
400 m individual medley Zsuzsanna Jakabos
 Hungary
4:29.78 Anja Klinar
 Slovenia
4:30.83 Lara Grangeon
 France
4:30.93
4×50 m freestyle relay  Netherlands
Inge Dekker
Femke Heemskerk
Hinkelien Schreuder
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
1:34.34  Germany
Dorothea Brandt
Britta Steffen
Lisa Vitting
Daniela Schreiber
1:36.83  Finland
Marlene Niemi
Emilia Pikkarainen
Lotta Nevalainen
Hanna-Maria Seppälä
1:39.02
4×50 m medley relay  Netherlands
Hinkelien Schreuder
Moniek Nijhuis
Inge Dekker
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
1:44.98  Germany
Jenny Mensing
Dorothea Brandt
Lisa Vitting
Britta Steffen
1:47.70  Italy
Laura Letrari
Lisa Fissneider
Elena Gemo
Federica Pellegrini
1:49.56

Legend: WR - World record; WBT - World best time; ER - European record; CR - Championship record

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 10 8 4 22
2  Netherlands 9 8 5 22
3  Hungary 6 1 2 9
4  Russia 5 2 8 15
5  Italy 4 7 7 18
6  Spain 1 2 2 5
6  Ukraine 1 2 2 5
8  Austria 1 0 1 2
9  Croatia 1 0 0 1
10  Slovenia 0 3 1 4
11  Norway 0 2 0 2
12  France 0 1 2 3
13  Belgium 0 1 0 1
13  Lithuania 0 1 0 1
15  Ireland 0 0 2 2
16  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
16  Estonia 0 0 1 1
16  Finland 0 0 1 1
Total 38 38 39 115

Records[edit]

The table below lists the World (WR), European (ER) and Championships (CR) records broken at the meet. Times displayed in shaded cells were subsequently broken later in the meet.

Date Event Heat/Semifinal/Final Name(s) Nation Time CR ER WR
26 November Men's 50 m backstroke Final Stanislav Donets  Russia 22.74 YesY YesY

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Omega Timing Meet Archives: 2010, published by Omega Timing, retrieved 2012-03-28.
  2. ^ 2010 European 25m Championships results; posted by Omega Timing (official timer). Retrieved 2012-03-28.
  3. ^ Eindhoven ready for EC Swimming 2010. Published on the official website for the meet (www.ecswimming2010.nl). Published-2010-?, retrieved-?

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