1995 European Aquatics Championships

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The European LC Championships 1995 in aquatics were staged in Vienna, Austria from 22–27 August. The competition, organised by the LEN, was held in a temporary pool in the Prater Stadium. The aquatics championships featured contests in swimming, open water swimming, diving, synchronized swimming (women only) and water polo. It was the third time the European Aquatics Championships were held in Vienna, after 1950 and 1974.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 17 2 4 23
2  Germany 13 13 11 37
3  Hungary 3 7 1 11
4  Belgium 3 1 2 6
5  Finland 3 0 1 4
6  Denmark 2 2 2 6
7  Italy 2 1 6 9
8  Ireland 2 1 0 3
9  Sweden 1 5 2 8
10  Netherlands 1 3 2 6
11  France 0 4 2 6
12  Ukraine 0 3 1 4
13  Great Britain 0 2 5 7
14  Poland 0 2 3 5
15  Romania 0 1 0 1
16  Norway 0 0 2 2
17  Belarus 0 0 1 1
17  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
17  Greece 0 0 1 1
17  Spain 0 0 1 1
Total 47 47 48 142

Swimming[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Alexander Popov
 Russia
22.25 Christophe Kalfayan
 France
22.63 Torsten Spanneberg
 Germany
22.66
100 m freestyle
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Alexander Popov
 Russia
49.10 Torsten Spanneberg
 Germany
49.67 Björn Zikarsky
 Germany
50.23
200 m freestyle
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Jani Sievinen
 Finland
1:48.98 Anders Holmertz
 Sweden
1:49.12 Antti Kasvio
 Finland
1:49.24
400 m freestyle
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Steffen Zesner
 Germany
3:50.35 Paul Palmer
 Great Britain
3:50.43 Anders Holmertz
 Sweden
3:51.01
1500 m freestyle
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Jörg Hoffmann
 Germany
15:11.25 Graeme Smith
 Great Britain
15:11.90 Steffen Zesner
 Germany
15:20.46
100 m backstroke
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Vladimir Selkov
 Russia
55.48 Jirka Letzin
 Germany
56.24 Stefaan Maene
 Belgium
56.32
200 m backstroke
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Vladimir Selkov
 Russia
1:58.48 Nicolae Butacu
 Romania
1:59.96 Adam Ruckwood
 Great Britain
2:00.16
100 m breaststroke
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Frédérik Deburghgraeve
 Belgium
1:01.12 Károly Güttler
 Hungary
1:01.38 Andrey Korneyev
 Russia
1:01.79
200 m breaststroke
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Andrey Korneyev
 Russia
2:12.62 Károly Güttler
 Hungary
2:12.95 Frédérik Deburghgraeve
 Belgium
2:14.01
100 m butterfly
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Denis Pankratov
 Russia
52.32
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Denys Sylantyev
 Ukraine
53.37 Rafał Szukała
 Poland
53.45
200 m butterfly
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Denis Pankratov
 Russia
1:56.34 Konrad Gałka
 Poland
1:59.50 Chris-Carol Bremer
 Germany
1:59.96
200 m individual medley
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Jani Sievinen
 Finland
1:58.61 Attila Czene
 Hungary
2:00.88 Christian Keller
 Germany
2:02.24
400 m individual medley
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Jani Sievinen
 Finland
4:14.75 Marcin Malinski
 Poland
4:18.32 Luca Sacchi
 Italy
4:18.82
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 Russia
Vladimir Predkin
Roman Shegolov
Roman Yegorov
Alexander Popov
3:18.84  Germany
Christian Tröger
Christian Keller
Torsten Spanneberg
Björn Zikarsky
3:19.76  Sweden
Lars Frölander
Christer Wallin
Fredrik Letzler
Anders Holmertz
3:21.07
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 Germany
Christian Keller
Oliver Lampe
Torsten Spanneberg
Steffen Zesner
7:18.22  Sweden
Christer Wallin
Anders Holmertz
Lars Frölander
Chris Eliasson
7:19.95  Italy
Massimiliano Rosolino
Pier Maria Siciliano
Emanuele Merisi
Emanuele Idini
7:20.96
4×100 m medley relay
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 Russia
Vladimir Selkov
Andrey Korneyev
Denis Pankratov
Alexander Popov
3:38.11
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 Hungary
Tamás Deutsch
Károly Güttler
Péter Horváth
Attila Czene
3:40.88  Germany
Tino Weber
Mark Warnecke
Fabian Hieronimus
Björn Zikarsky
3:41.55

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Linda Olofsson
 Sweden
25.76 Franziska van Almsick
 Germany
25.80 Angela Postma
 Netherlands
25.86
100 m freestyle
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Franziska van Almsick
 Germany
55.34 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
56.02 Karen Pickering
 Great Britain
56.05
200 m freestyle
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Kerstin Kielgass
 Germany
2:00.56 Malin Nilsson
 Sweden
2:01.35 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
Karen Pickering
 Great Britain
2:01.52
400 m freestyle
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Franziska van Almsick
 Germany
4:08.37 Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
4:10.73 Irene Dalby
 Norway
4:13.44
800 m freestyle
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Julia Jung
 Germany
8:36.08 Jana Henke
 Germany
8:36.68 Irene Dalby
 Norway
8:38.82
100 m backstroke
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Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
1:02.46 Cathleen Rund
 Germany
1:02.91 Nina Zhivanevskaya
 Russia
1:03.06
200 m backstroke
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Krisztina Egerszegi
 Hungary
2:07.24 Dagmar Hase
 Germany
2:10.60 Cathleen Rund
 Germany
2:10.96
100 m breaststroke
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Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
1:09.30 Svetlana Bondarenko
 Ukraine
1:09.73 Ágnes Kovács
 Hungary
1:10.77
200 m breaststroke
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Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
2:27.60 Svetlana Bondarenko
 Ukraine
2:30.50 Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
2:30.59
100 m butterfly
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Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
1:00.64 Ilaria Tocchini
 Italy
1:01.13 Cécile Jeanson
 France
1:01.15
200 m butterfly
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Michelle Smith
 Ireland
2:11.60 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:12.29 Sophia Skou
 Denmark
2:13.31
200 m individual medley
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Michelle Smith
 Ireland
2:15.27 Brigitte Becue
 Belgium
2:16.15 Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
2:17.42
400 m individual medley
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Krisztina Egerszegi
 Hungary
4:40.33 Michelle Smith
 Ireland
4:42.81 Cathleen Rund
 Germany
4:46.22
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 Germany
Franziska van Almsick
Simone Osygus
Kerstin Kielgass
Daniela Hunger
3:43.89  Sweden
Louise Jöhncke
Louise Karlsson
Linda Olofsson
Ellenor Svensson
3:45.21  Great Britain
Sue Rolph
Claire Huddart
Alex Bennett
Karen Pickering
3:46.89
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 Germany
Dagmar Hase
Julia Jung
Kerstin Kielgass
Franziska van Almsick
8:06.11  Netherlands
Carla Geurts
Minouche Smit
Patricia Stokkers
Kirsten Vlieghuis
8:10.17  Great Britain
Vickey Horner
Claire Huddart
Katja Goddard
Alex Bennett
8:14.31
4×100 m medley relay
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 Germany
Cathleen Rund
Jana Dörries
Julia Voitowitch
Franziska van Almsick
4:09.97  Hungary
Krisztina Egerszegi
Ágnes Kovács
Edit Klocker
Gyöngyver Lakos
4:12.00  Spain
María Tato
María Olay
María Peláez
Claudia Franco
4:12.52

Open water swimming[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km open water  Aleksey Akatiyev (RUS)  Christof Wandratsch (GER)  Samuele Pampana (ITA)
25 km open water  Christof Wandratsch (GER)  Aleksey Akatiyev (RUS)  Stéphane Lecat (FRA)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km open water  Rita Kovács (HUN)  Peggy Büchse (GER)  Valeria Casprini (ITA)
25 km open water  Peggy Büchse (GER)  Edith van Dijk (NED)  Yvetta Hlaváčová (CZE)

Diving[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Netherlands Edwin Jongejans
Netherlands
Sweden Joakim Andersson
Sweden
Germany Boris Lietzow
Germany
3 m springboard Russia Dmitri Sautin
Russia
Germany Jan Hempel
Germany
Ukraine Roman Volodkov
Ukraine
10 m platform Russia Andrey Timoshinin
Russia
Germany Jan Hempel
Germany
Russia Dmitri Sautin
Russia

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Russia Vera Ilyina
Russia
Germany Dörte Lindner
Germany
Belarus Svetlana Alekseyeva
Belarus
3 m springboard Russia Vera Ilyina
Russia
Russia Yuliya Pakhalina
Russia
Germany Claudia Bockner
Germany
10 m platform Germany Ute Wetzig
Germany
Germany Conny Schmalfuss
Germany
Russia Svetlana Timoshinina
Russia

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo Russia Olga Sedakova
Russia
France Marianne Aeschbacher
France
Greece Christina Thalassinidou
Greece
Duet Russia Yelena Azarova
Mariya Kiselyova
Russia
France Marianne Aeschbacher
Myriam Lignot
France
Italy Giovanna Burlando
Manuela Carnini
Italy
Team  Russia  France  Italy

Water polo[edit]

Men's team event[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team competition  Italy  Hungary  Germany

Women's team event[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team Competition  Italy  Hungary  Netherlands

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