2011 European Junior Swimming Championships

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The 2011 European Junior Swimming Championships were held from 6–10 July 2011 in Belgrade, Serbia. The Championships were organized by Ligue Européenne de Natation (LEN), the European Swimming League, and were held in a 50-meter pool. Per LEN rules, competitors were aged 15 or 16 for girls and 17 or 18 for boys.

Results[edit]

Boys[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Aitor Martinez Rodriguez
 Spain
22.64 Mihael Vukić
 Croatia
Kristian Gkolomeev
 Greece
22.86 None awarded
100 m freestyle Velimir Stjepanović
 Serbia
49.56 Arseni Kukharau
 Belarus
49.83 Uvis Kalnins
 Latvia
50.18
200 m freestyle Christian Scheruebl
 Austria
1:49.51 Daniel Skaaning
 Denmark
1:49.56 Pawel Werner
 Poland
1:49.93
400 m freestyle Christian Scheruebl
 Austria
3:51.75 Gabriele Detti
 Italy
3:52.05 Michal Szuba
 Poland
3:52.77
800 m freestyle Ediz Yıldırımer
 Turkey
8:00.82 Gabriele Detti
 Italy
8:00.95 Gregorio Paltrinieri
 Italy
8:01.31
1500 m freestyle Gregorio Paltrinieri
 Italy
15:12.16 Gabriele Detti
 Italy
15:16.86 Ediz Yıldırımer
 Turkey
15:25.71
50 m backstroke Christian Diener
 Germany
25.40
CR
Niccolo Bonacchi
 Italy
25.56 Richard Bohus
 Hungary
25.70
100 m backstroke Christian Diener
 Germany
55.07 Niccolo Bonacchi
 Italy
55.59 Fabio Laugeni
 Italy
55.69
200 m backstroke Christian Diener
 Germany
1:59.94 Mateusz Wysoczynski
 Poland
2:01.18 Fabio Laugeni
 Italy
2:01.59
50 m breaststroke Panagiotis Samilidis
 Greece
27.89 Bastian Vollmer
 Germany
28.52 Oleg Utekhin
 Russia
28.54
100 m breaststroke Panagiotis Samilidis
 Greece
1:01.13 Craig Benson
 Great Britain
1:02.17 Olexiy Rozhkov
 Ukraine
1:02.27
200 m breaststroke Flavio Bizzarri
 Italy
2:12.43 Matti Mattsson
 Finland
2:12.65 Maxym Shemberyev
 Ukraine
2:12.84
50 m butterfly Mihael Vukić
 Croatia
23.90 Yevgen Koptyelov
 Ukraine
24.50 Matthias Bellance
 France
24.56
100 m butterfly Velimir Stjepanović
 Serbia
53.79 Yevgen Koptyelov
 Ukraine
53.94 Martino Lucatello
 Italy
53.96
200 m butterfly Bence Biczó
 Hungary
1:56.25 Andrey Tambovskiy
 Russia
1:58.73 Tom Kremer
 Israel
2:00.52
200 m individual medley Ieuan Lloyd
 Great Britain
2:01.57 Dan Wallace
 Great Britain
2:02.41 Andreas Vazaios
 Greece
2:02.51
400 m individual medley Maxym Shemberyev
 Ukraine
4:16.94 Eduardo Solaeche Gomez
 Spain
4:20.36 Dan Wallace
 Great Britain
4:20.60
4x100 m freestyle  Italy
Maurizio Mottola
Francesco Bellacci
Giacomo Ferri
Damiano Corapi
3:23.13  Spain
Eduardo Solaeche Gomez
Jorge Martin Lozoya
Aitor Martinez Rodriguez
Albert Puig Garrich
3:23.27  Germany
Max Mral
Steffen Hillmer
Matthias Lindenbauer
Maximilian Oswald
3:23.34
4x200 m freestyle  United Kingdom
Thomas Moss
Matthew Parks
Myles Crouch-Anderson
Ieuan Lloyd
7:23.36  Russia
Alexander Klyukin
Sergey Groshev
Nikita Kitaev
Dmitry Ermakov
7:23.77  Poland
Pawel Werner
Radoslaw Bor
Filip Bujoczek
Michal Poprawa
7:24.07
4x100 m medley  Italy
Niccolo Bonacchi
Martino Lucatello
Roberto Parisi
Giacomo Ferri
3:42.01  Germany
Christian Diener
Marius Kusch
Paul Wiechhusen
Max Mral
3:42.57  Russia
Dmitry Stepanenko
Andrey Tambovskiy
Nikolay Klepikov
Dmitry Ermakov
3:42.82

Girls[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Nadiya Koba
 Ukraine
25.76 Louise Hansson
 Sweden
25.94 Ylenia Sciarrini
 Italy
25.99
100 m freestyle Charlotte Bonnet
 France
55.25 Mie OE. Nielsen
 Denmark
56.01 Jessica Lloyd
 Great Britain
56.19
200 m freestyle Ksenia Yuskova
 Russia
2:00.50 Sycerika Mc Mahon
 Ireland
2:00.61 Esmee Vermeulen
 Netherlands
2:01.22
400 m freestyle Sycerika Mc Mahon
 Ireland
4:13.85 Rachael Williamson
 Great Britain
4:14.49 Johanna Friedrich
 Germany
4:14.59
800 m freestyle Donata Kilijanska
 Poland
8:40.48 Esmee Vermeulen
 Netherlands
8:43.56 Rachael Williamson
 Great Britain
8:44.10
1500 m freestyle Maria Vilas Vidal
 Spain
16:32.68 Giulia Gabbrielleschi
 Italy
16:37.94 Donata Kilijanska
 Poland
16:38.90
50 m backstroke Mie OE. Nielsen
 Denmark
28.81 Lauren Quigley
 Great Britain
28.93 Katarzyna Gorniak
 Poland
29.23
100 m backstroke Mie OE. Nielsen
 Denmark
1:02.50 Jessica Fullalove
 Great Britain
1:02.75 Lidon Munoz Del Campo
 Spain
1:03.15
200 m backstroke Federica Meloni
 Italy
2:14.88 Osk Gustafsdottir Eyglo
 Iceland
2:14.95 Phoebe Lenderyou
 Great Britain
2:15.53
50 m breaststroke Sycerika Mc Mahon
 Ireland
32.00 Anna Sztankovics
 Hungary
32.02 Jenna Laukkanen
 Finland
32.11
100 m breaststroke Anna Sztankovics
 Hungary
1:09.31 Jenna Laukkanen
 Finland
1:09.48 Irina Novikova
 Russia
1:09.62
200 m breaststroke Maria Temnikova
 Russia
2:26.29 Irina Novikova
 Russia
2:26.46 Molly Renshaw
 Great Britain
2:28.68
50 m butterfly Louise Hansson
 Sweden
27.04 Daria Tcvetkova
 Russia
27.06 Svetlana Chimrova
 Russia
27.22
100 m butterfly Alexandra Wenk
 Germany
59.85 Daria Tcvetkova
 Russia
1:00.14 Georgia Barton
 Great Britain
1:00.53
200 m butterfly Elena Sheridan
 Great Britain
2:10.40 Liliána Szilágyi
 Hungary
2:10.95 Georgia Barton
 Great Britain
2:12.27
200 m individual medley Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
 Great Britain
2:14.71 Sara Joo
 Hungary
2:16.34 Anastasia Sineva
 Russia
2:16.44
400 m individual medley Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
 Great Britain
4:46.61 Sara Joo
 Hungary
4:48.25 Reka Gyorgy
 Hungary
4:49.80
4x100 m freestyle  France
Camille Gheorghiu
Assia Touati
Beryl Gastaldello
Charlotte Bonnet
3:44.66
CR
 United Kingdom
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
Chloe Tutton
Amelia Maughan
Jessica Lloyd
3:46.42  Spain
Lidon Munoz Del Campo
Marta Gonzalez Crivillers
Laura Galvez Sole
Marina Rico Fuentes
3:47.80
4x200 m freestyle  France
Camille Gheorghiu
Assia Touati
Charlotte Van Andringa
Margaux Verger Gourson
8:07.63  Russia
Elena Serko
Alena Kudryashova
Valeriya Kolotushkina
Ksenia Yuskova
8:09.51  Spain
Lidon Munoz Del Campo
Marina Rico Fuentes
Irene Andrea Lope
Catalina Corro Lorente
8:12.23
4x100 m medley  United Kingdom
Jessica Fullalove
Georgia Barton
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
Jessica Lloyd
4:09.34  Russia
Julia Larina
Daria Tcvetkova
Irina Novikova
Ksenia Yuskova
4:10.38  Denmark
Mie OE. Nielsen
Christina Munkholm
Cecilie Holten
Kia Hansen
4:10.38

Medal Table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Great Britain 6 6 7 19
2  Italy 5 6 5 16
3  Germany 4 2 2 8
4  France 3 0 1 4
5  Russia 2 7 5 14
6  Hungary 2 4 2 8
7  Spain 2 2 3 7
8  Ukraine 2 2 2 6
9  Denmark 2 2 1 5
10  Greece 2 1 1 4
11  Ireland 2 1 0 3
12  Serbia 2 0 0 2
13  Austria 2 0 0 2
14  Poland 1 1 5 7
15  Sweden 1 1 0 2
15  Croatia 1 1 0 2
17  Turkey 1 0 1 2
18  Finland 0 2 1 3
19  Netherlands 0 1 1 2
20  Belarus 0 1 0 1
20  Iceland 0 1 0 1
22  Israel 0 0 1 1
22  Latvia 0 0 1 1
Total 40 40 40 120

Participating countries[edit]

43 countries will take part in 2011 European Junior Swimming Championships with total of 505 swimmers.[1]

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