Emma Igelström

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Emma Igelström
Medal record
Women's swimming
Competitor for  Sweden
World Championships (SC)
Gold 2000 Athens 4×100 m medley
Gold 2002 Moscow 50 m breaststroke
Gold 2002 Moscow 100 m breaststroke
Gold 2002 Moscow 4×100 m medley
Silver 2002 Moscow 200 m breaststroke
European Championships (LC)
Gold 2000 Helsinki 4×100 m medley
Gold 2002 Berlin 50 m breaststroke
Gold 2002 Berlin 100 m breaststroke
Silver 2002 Berlin 4×100 m medley
Bronze 2002 Berlin 200 m breaststroke
European Championships (SC)
Gold 1994 Stavanger 50 m breaststroke
Gold 1999 Lisbon 4x50 m medley
Gold 2000 Valencia 50 m breaststroke
Gold 2000 Valencia 200 m breaststroke
Gold 2000 Valencia 4x50 m medley
Gold 2001 Antwerp 50 m breaststroke
Gold 2001 Antwerp 4x50 m medley
Gold 2002 Riesa 50 m breaststroke
Gold 2002 Riesa 4x50 m medley
Gold 2003 Dublin 4x50 m medley
Silver 2000 Valencia 100 m breaststroke
Silver 2003 Dublin 50 m breaststroke
Bronze 1999 Lisbon 100 m breaststroke
Bronze 2001 Antwerp 200 m breaststroke

Emma Igelström (born 6 March 1980 in Karlshamn) is a former breaststroke swimmer and European record holder from Sweden. She competed in the 2000 Olympics[1] She quit her career because of Bulimia nervosa. Igelström competed as a celebrity dancer in Let's Dance 2014 and was the first to be eliminated.

Personal bests[edit]

Long course (50 m)[edit]

Event Time


Date Meet Location Ref
50 m breaststroke  31.17  NR
1 Aug 2002 European LC Championships Berlin, Germany
100 m breaststroke  1:07.27  NR
4 Jul 2002 Swedish Championships Landskrona, Sweden
200 m breaststroke  2:27.36  3 Jul 2002 Swedish Championships Landskrona, Sweden
200 m individual medley  2:14.79  3 Jul 2002 Swedish Championships Landskrona, Sweden

Legend: WRWorld record; EREuropean record; NRSwedish record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial


Short course (25 m)[edit]

Event Time


Date Meet Location Ref
50 m breaststroke  29.96  4 Apr 2002 European LC Championships Moscow, Russia
100 m breaststroke  1:05.11  16 Mar 2003 Swedish SC Championships Stockholm, Sweden
200 m breaststroke  2:19.64  16 Mar 2003 Swedish SC Championships Stockholm, Sweden
200 m individual medley  2:12.39  21 Nov 2003 Swedish Grand Prix Gothenburg, Sweden
200 m individual medley  4:39.73  17 Mar 2002 Swedish SC Championships Gothenburg, Sweden

Legend: WRWorld record; EREuropean record; NRSwedish record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial


Clubs[edit]

References[edit]

Records
Preceded by

LI Wei & LUO Xuejuan
Luo Xuejuan
Zoë Baker
World Record Holder
Women's 50 Breaststroke (25m)

13 December 2001 – 4 January 2002
23 – 27 January 2002
14 March 2002 – 26 September 2004
Succeeded by

Zoë Baker
Zoë Baker
Jade Edmistone