2011 European Short Course Swimming Championships

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2011 European Short Course Swimming Championships
Host city Szczecin, Poland
Date(s) 8–11 December
Venue(s) Floating Arena
Nations participating 44
Athletes participating 543
Events 38

The 2011 European Short Course Swimming Championships were held in Szczecin, Poland, from December 8 to 11, 2011.[1][2] The event featured competition in a short course (25m) pool.

The event was held over four days with heats, semifinals and a final for the 50 m and 100 m events and heats and a final for all other events with the exception of the women's 800 m and men's 1500 m freestyle which were heat-declared winners. Heats were held in the morning, with semifinals, finals and the fastest heat of the distance freestyle events in the evening.[3]

Each nation was permitted to enter four swimmers into each individual event, however only the fastest two were allowed to progress to the semifinal and/or final.

Participating nations[edit]

543 swimmers (302 males, 241 females) from 44 countries swam at the 2011 Short Course European Championships.[4] Teams (and team size) were from:

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Konrad Czerniak
 Poland
20.88 NR Sergey Fesikov
 Russia
20.95 Marco Orsi
 Italy
21.01
100 m freestyle Sergey Fesikov
 Russia
46.56 Luca Dotto
 Italy
46.89 Krisztián Takács
 Hungary
47.46
200 m freestyle Paul Biedermann
 Germany
1:42.92 Filippo Magnini
 Italy
1:43.20 László Cseh
 Hungary
1:43.71
400 m freestyle Paul Biedermann
 Germany
3:38.65 Mads Glæsner
 Denmark
3:39.30 Paweł Korzeniowski
 Poland
3:40.54
1500 m freestyle Mateusz Sawrymowicz
 Poland
14:29.81 Mads Glæsner
 Denmark
14:29.88 Sergiy Frolov
 Ukraine
14:35.22 NR
50 m backstroke Aschwin Wildeboer Faber
 Spain
23.43 Flori Lang
  Switzerland
23.57 NR Pavel Sankovich
 Belarus
23.64 NR
100 m backstroke Radosław Kawęcki
 Poland
50.43 NR Aschwin Wildeboer Faber
 Spain
50.61 Pavel Sankovich
 Belarus
51.14 NR
200 m backstroke Radosław Kawęcki
 Poland
1:49.15 Aschwin Wildeboer Faber
 Spain
1:50.63 Péter Bernek
 Hungary
1:51.21 NR
50 m breaststroke Fabio Scozzoli
 Italy
26.25 Damir Dugonjič
 Slovenia
26.34 NR Alexander Dale Oen
 Norway
26.49
100 m breaststroke Alexander Dale Oen
 Norway
57.05 Damir Dugonjič
 Slovenia
57.29 NR Fabio Scozzoli
 Italy
57.30
200 m breaststroke Dániel Gyurta
 Hungary
2:02.37 Vyacheslav Sinkevich
 Russia
2:03.61 Michael Jamieson
 Great Britain
2:03.77 NR
50 m butterfly Andriy Govorov
 Ukraine
22.70 Amaury Leveaux
 France
22.74 Konrad Czerniak
 Poland
22.77 NR
100 m butterfly Konrad Czerniak
 Poland
49.62 NR Yevgeny Korotyshkin
 Russia
49.88 Francois Heersbrandt
 Belgium
50.44 NR
200 m butterfly László Cseh
 Hungary
1:50.87 NR Nikolay Skvortsov
 Russia
1:51.21 Joseph Roebuck
 Great Britain
1:51.62
100 m individual medley Peter Mankoč
 Slovenia
52.70 Markus Deibler
 Germany
53.04 Martti Aljand
 Estonia
53.37 NR
200 m individual medley László Cseh
 Hungary
1:53.43 Markus Rogan
 Austria
1:53.63 Gal Nevo
 Israel
1:54.87
400 m individual medley László Cseh
 Hungary
4:01.68 Dávid Verrasztó
 Hungary
4:03.03 Gal Nevo
 Israel
4:04.49 NR
4×50 m freestyle relay  Italy
Luca Dotto
Marco Orsi
Federico Bocchia
Andrea Rolla
1:24.82  Russia
Sergey Fesikov
Yevgeny Lagunov
Andrey Grechin
Nikita Konovalov
1:25.11  Belgium
François Heersbrandt
Emmanuel Vanluchene
Louis Croenen
Jasper Aerents
1:25.83 NR
4×50 m medley relay  Italy
Mirco Di Tora
Fabio Scozzoli
Paolo Facchinelli
Marco Orsi
1:33.18  Russia
Vitaly Borisov
Sergey Geybel
Yevgeny Korotyshkin
Sergey Fesikov
1:33.86  Germany
Christian Diener
Erik Steinhagen
Steffen Deibler
Stefan Herbst
1:34.41

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

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Britta Steffen
 Germany
24.01 Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
24.11 NR Triin Aljand
 Estonia
24.23
100 m freestyle Britta Steffen
 Germany
51.94 Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
52.05 Amy Smith
 Great Britain
52.77
200 m freestyle Silke Lippok
 Germany
1:54.08 Melanie Costa Schmid
 Spain
1:54.31 NR Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
1:54.55
400 m freestyle Mireia Belmonte García
 Spain
3:56.39 NR Lotte Friis
 Denmark
3:58.02 NR Melanie Costa Schmid
 Spain
4:00.30
800 m freestyle Lotte Friis
 Denmark
8:07.53 Erika Villaécija García
 Spain
8:12.23 Melanie Costa Schmid
 Spain
8:16.28
50 m backstroke Anastasia Zuyeva
 Russia
26.23 NR Georgia Davies
 Great Britain
26.93 Simona Baumrtová
 Czech Republic
26.94 NR
100 m backstroke Daryna Zevina
 Ukraine
56.96 NR Anastasia Zuyeva
 Russia
57.12 Mie Nielsen
 Denmark
57.57 NR
200 m backstroke Daryna Zevina
 Ukraine
2:02.25 CR, NR Duane Da Rocha
 Spain
2:03.32 NR Melanie Nocher
 Ireland
2:04.29 NR
50 m breaststroke Valentina Artemyeva
 Russia
30.06 Dorothea Brandt
 Germany
30.17 Daria Deeva
 Russia
30.63
100 m breaststroke Valentina Artemyeva
 Russia
1:05.19 Rikke Møller-Pedersen
 Denmark
1:05.23 Daria Deeva
 Russia
1:05.83
200 m breaststroke Rikke Møller-Pedersen
 Denmark
2:19.55 Anastasia Chaun
 Russia
2:20.84 Fanny Lecluyse
 Belgium
2:21.14 NR
50 m butterfly Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
24.92 CR, NR Triin Aljand
 Estonia
25.51 Sviatlana Khakhlova
 Belarus
25.96 NR
100 m butterfly Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark
56.22 Jemma Lowe
 Great Britain
56.67 Ilaria Bianchi
 Italy
57.42 NR
200 m butterfly Mireia Belmonte García
 Spain
2:03.37 Jemma Lowe
 Great Britain
2:04.04 Jessica Dickons
 Great Britain
2:04.80
100 m individual medley Theresa Michalak
 Germany
59.05 NR Zsuzsanna Jakabos
 Hungary
59.72 Mie Nielsen
 Denmark
1:00.10
200 m individual medley Mireia Belmonte García
 Spain
2:07.06 Evelyn Verrasztó
 Hungary
2:08.28 Hannah Miley
 Great Britain
2:08.34
400 m individual medley Mireia Belmonte García
 Spain
4:24.55 CR Hannah Miley
 Great Britain
4:26.06 Zsuzsanna Jakabos
 Hungary
4:27.86 NR
4×50 m freestyle relay  Germany
Britta Steffen
Dorothea Brandt
Paulina Schmiedel
Daniela Schreiber
1:37.29  Denmark
Mie Nielsen
Pernille Blume
Katrine Holm Soerensen
Jeanette Ottesen
1:37.63 NR  Italy
Erika Ferraioli
Erica Buratto
Federica Pellegrini
Laura Letrari
1:38.12 NR
4×50 m medley relay  Denmark
Mie Nielsen
Rikke Møller Pedersen
Jeanette Ottesen
Pernille Blume
1:46.48  Russia
Anastasia Zuyeva
Valentina Artemyeva
Irina Bespalova
Margarita Nesterova
1:47.08  Poland
Aleksandra Urbanczyk
Ewa Scieszko
Anna Dowgiert
Katarzyna Wilk
1:48.70 NR

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

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 7 2 1 10
2  Denmark 5 7 2 14
3  Spain 5 5 2 12
4  Poland 5 0 3 8
5  Russia 4 9 2 15
6  Hungary 4 3 5 12
7  Italy 3 2 4 9
8  Ukraine 3 0 1 4
9  Slovenia 1 2 0 3
10  Norway 1 0 1 2
11  Great Britain 0 4 5 9
12  Estonia 0 1 2 3
13  Austria 0 1 0 1
13  France 0 1 0 1
13   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
16  Belarus 0 0 3 3
16  Belgium 0 0 3 3
18  Israel 0 0 2 2
19  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
19  Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 38 38 38 114

References[edit]

  1. ^ Szczecin 8-11 December 2011. Published by the organizers of the 2011 SC Europeans via their website (www.ecszczecin2011.eu) on 2011-05-26; retrieved 2012-03-20.
  2. ^ Szczen 2011 event page, from the LEN website; retrieved 2012-03-20.
  3. ^ 2011 SC European Results from Omega Timing (official timer); retrieved 2012-03-20.
  4. ^ Entry Statistics for the 2011 SC Europeans. Published by the meet organizing committee on 2011-12-01, retrieved 2012-03-20.

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