2012 European Junior Swimming Championships

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The 2012 European Junior Swimming Championships were held from 4–8 July 2012 in Antwerp, Belgium. The Championships were organized by LEN, the European Swimming League, and were held in a 50 meter pool. Per LEN rules, competitors have age 15 or 16 for girls and 17 or 18 for boys.

Results[edit]

Boys[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Maximilian Oswald
 Germany
22.28 Volodymyr Suschyk
 Ukraine
22.60 Bogdan Plavin
 Ukraine
22.63
100 m freestyle Maximilian Oswald
 Germany
49.68 Stepan Surkov
 Russia
50.27 Oscar Ekstroem
 Sweden
50.35
200 m freestyle Riccardo Maestri
 Italy
1:48.62 Maximilian Oswald
 Germany
1:49.55 Christian Scherübl
 Austria
1:49.67
400 m freestyle Gabriele Detti
 Italy
3:49.67 Matthew Johnson
 Great Britain
3:51.04 James Guy
 Great Britain
3:51.84
800 m freestyle Rob Muffels
 Germany
7:59.43 Antonio Arroyo Perez
 Spain
8:01.65 Marcin Kaczmarski
 Poland
8:02.13
1500 m freestyle Gabriele Detti
 Italy
15:11.41 Rob Muffels
 Germany
15:18.82 Antonio Arroyo Perez
 Spain
15:21.89
50 m backstroke Niccolo Bonacchi
 Italy
25.46 Tomer Zamir
 Israel
25.76 Viktar Staselovich
 Belarus
Nikita Ulyanov
 Russia
25.88
100 m backstroke Andrei Shabasov
 Russia
55.24 Fabio Laugeni
 Italy
55.31 Niccolo Bonacchi
 Italy
55.63
200 m backstroke Joseph Patching
 Great Britain
1:59.45 Luca Mencarini
 Italy
1:59.66 Danas Rapšys
 Lithuania
2:00.12
50 m breaststroke Oleg Utekhin
 Russia
27.57 Ross Murdoch
 Great Britain
28.09 Johannes Skagius
 Sweden
28.41
100 m breaststroke Danila Artiomov
 Moldova
1:01.60 Johannes Skagius
 Sweden
1:01.61 Craig Benson
 Great Britain
1:01.64
200 m breaststroke Marat Amaltdinov
 Russia
2:13.15 Ross Murdoch
 Great Britain
2:14.53 Irakli Bolkvadze
 Georgia
2:15.46
50 m butterfly Mihael Vukic
 Croatia
23.96 Benjamin Proud
 Great Britain
24.11 Maximilian Oswald
 Germany
24.21
100 m butterfly Andreas Vazaios
 Greece
53.43 Michal Poprawa
 Poland
53.48 Albert Puig Garrich
 Spain
53.77
200 m butterfly Matthew Johnson
 Great Britain
1:58.50 Andrey Tambovskiy
 Russia
1:59.25 Tobias Zajusch
 Germany
1:59.78
200 m individual medley Albert Puig Garrich
 Spain
2:00.95 Andreas Vazaios
 Greece
2:01.73 Phillipp Forster
 Germany
2:01.94
400 m individual medley Matthew Johnson
 Great Britain
4:17.26 Kevin Wedel
 Germany
4:21.50 Semen Makovich
 Russia
4:21.86
4x100 m freestyle  Russia
Alexey Amosov
Stepan Surkov
Maksim Startcev
Aleksandr Popkov
3:20.82  Germany
Tim-Thorben Suck
Tony Fitterer
Noel Gogler
Maximilian Oswald
3:21.18  Poland
Daniel Rzadkowski
Filip Bujoczek
Sebastian Szczepanski
Michal Poprawa
3:21.96
4x200 m freestyle  Italy
Andrea Mitchell D'Arrigo
Gabriele Detti
Damiano Corapi
Riccardo Maestri
7:19.56 CR  Germany
Poul Zellmann
Tim-Thorben Suck
Maximilian Oswald
Jacob Heidtmann
7:23.19  Russia
Maksim Startcev
Alexander Dudik
Stepan Surkov
Aleksandr Popkov
7:23.79
4x100 m medley  Italy
Fabio Laugeni
Francesco Giordano
Andrea Bazzoli
Giacomo Ferri
3:41.36  Russia
Andrei Shabasov
Aleksandr Popkov
Vsevolod Zanko
Stepan Surkov
3:41.49  Great Britain
Joseph Patching
Sam Horrocks
Craig Benson
Leo Jaggs
3:42.84

Girls[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Anna-Stephanie Dietterle
 Germany
25.40 Rozaliya Nasretdinova
 Russia
25.65 Nastja Govejsek
 Slovenia
25.68
100 m freestyle Mariya Baklakova
 Russia
55.08 Anna-Stephanie Dietterle
 Germany
55.42 Amelia Maughan
 Great Britain
55.64
200 m freestyle Mariya Baklakova
 Russia
1:58.59 Diletta Carli
 Italy
1:59.75 Mie Nielsen
 Denmark
1:59.91
400 m freestyle Diletta Carli
 Italy
4:09.36 CR Ksenia Yuskova
 Russia
4:12.28 Camille Gheorghiu
 France
4:12.64
800 m freestyle Maria Vilas Vidal
 Spain
8:42.41 Nikoletta Kiss
 Hungary
8:43.03 Flora Sibalin
 Hungary
8:45.00
1500 m freestyle Leonie Antonia Beck
 Germany
16:29.12 Lena-Sophie Bermel
 Germany
16:32.67 Maria Vilas Vidal
 Spain
16:37.25
50 m backstroke Mie Nielsen
 Denmark
28.51 CR Anna-Stephanie Dietterle
 Germany
28.73 Jessica Fullalove
 Great Britain
28.99
100 m backstroke Mie Nielsen
 Denmark
1:00.87 Jessica Fullalove
 Great Britain
1:01.72 Ambra Esposito
 Italy
1:02.57
200 m backstroke Iuliia Larina
 Russia
2:11.07 Iryna Glavnyk
 Ukraine
2:12.87 Ambra Esposito
 Italy
2:14.45
50 m breaststroke Margarethe Hummel
 Germany
31.55 Sophie Taylor
 Great Britain
31.76 Anna Sztankovics
 Hungary
31.98
100 m breaststroke Anna Sztankovics
 Hungary
1:08.43 Margarethe Hummel
 Germany
1:09.33 Julia Willers
 Germany
1:10.02
200 m breaststroke Molly Renshaw
 Great Britain
2:27.66 Anna Sztankovics
 Hungary
2:28.63 Sophie Taylor
 Great Britain
2:29.55
50 m butterfly Louise Hansson
 Sweden
26.53 Svetlana Chimrova
 Russia
26.62 Elena Czeschner
 Germany
27.14
100 m butterfly Svetlana Chimrova
 Russia
59.07 Liliána Szilágyi
 Hungary
59.91 Christina Munkholm
 Denmark
1:00.24
200 m butterfly Liliána Szilágyi
 Hungary
2:10.53 Elena Czeschner
 Germany
2:12.10 Rosalie Kaethner
 Germany
2:14.45
200 m individual medley Dalma Sebestyen
 Hungary
2:16.09 Iryna Glavnyk
 Ukraine
2:17.06 Reka Gyorgy
 Hungary
2:17.20
400 m individual medley Iuliia Larina
 Russia
4:44.70 Maria Vilas Vidal
 Spain
4:45.48 Chloe Tutton
 Great Britain
4:48.47
4x100 m freestyle  Russia
Mariya Baklakova
Rozaliya Nasretdinova
Valeriya Kolotushkina
Ksenia Yuskova
3:43.12 CR  Great Britain
Grace Vertigans
Harriet Cooper
Chloe Tutton
Amelia Maughan
3:45.18  Netherlands
Amy de Langen
Rosa Veerman
Denise van Ark
Esmee Vermeulen
3:45.51
4x200 m freestyle  Russia
Mariya Baklakova
Ksenia Yuskova
Anastasia Guzhenkova
Valeriya Kolotushkina
8:06.85  Italy
Diletta Carli
Miriana Durante
Gioelemaria Origlia
Francesca Annis
8:11.56  Spain
Marta Ruiz Dominguez
Fatima Gallardo Carapeto
Maria Vilas Vidal
Irene Andrea Lope
8:11.94
4x100 m medley  Russia
Iuliia Larina
Valeriya Kolotushkina
Anna Belousova
Mariya Baklakova
4:07.61  Great Britain
Jessica Fullalove
Grace Vertigans
Sophie Taylor
Harriet Cooper
4:08.40  Germany
Selina Hocke
Elena Czeschner
Margarethe Hummel
Anna-Stephanie Dietterle
4:08.80

Medal Table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 12 6 3 21
2  Italy 7 4 3 14
3  Germany 6 10 7 23
4  Great Britain 4 8 7 19
5  Hungary 3 3 3 9
6  Spain 2 2 4 8
7  Denmark 2 0 2 4
8  Sweden 1 1 2 4
9  Greece 1 1 0 2
10  Croatia 1 0 0 1
10  Moldova 1 0 0 1
12  Ukraine 0 3 1 4
13  Poland 0 1 2 3
14  Israel 0 1 0 1
15  Austria 0 0 1 1
15  Belarus 0 0 1 1
15  France 0 0 1 1
15  Georgia 0 0 1 1
15  Lithuania 0 0 1 1
15  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
15  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
Total 40 40 41 121

Participating countries[edit]

43 countries will take part in 2011 European Junior Swimming Championships with total of 486 swimmers.[1]

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