1974 European Aquatics Championships

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The 1974 European Aquatics Championships were held in Austrian capital of Vienna from 18 to 25 August 1974. Besides swimming there were titles contested in diving, synchronised swimming (women) and water polo (men).

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 17 15 4 36
2  West Germany 6 5 4 15
3  Great Britain 5 3 3 11
4  Hungary 3 1 4 8
5  Soviet Union 2 7 11 20
6  Italy 2 2 1 5
7  Sweden 2 1 3 6
8  Netherlands 0 3 5 8
9  France 0 0 1 1
10  Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 37 37 37 111

Medal summary[edit]

Diving[edit]

Men's events
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Klaus Dibiasi (ITA) 603.51  Franco Cagnotto (ITA) 593.94  Vyacheslav Strakhov (URS) 583.71
10 m platform  Klaus Dibiasi (ITA) 562.83  Falk Hoffmann (GDR) 557.28  Aleksandr Gendrikson (URS) 522.51
Women's events
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Ulrika Knape (SWE) 465.57  Irina Kalinina (URS) 460.17  Tamara Safonova (URS) 455.34
10 m platform  Ulrika Knape (SWE) 408.87  Irina Kalinina (URS) 399.54  Elena Vaytsekhovskaya (URS) 366.12

Swimming[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle  Peter Nocke (FRG) 52.18  Vladimir Bure (URS) 52.19  Klaus Steinbach (FRG) 52.31
200 m freestyle  Peter Nocke (FRG) 1:53.10  Klaus Steinbach (FRG) 1:53.72  Aleksandr Samsonov (URS) 1:53.74
400 m freestyle  Aleksandr Samsonov (URS) 4:02.11  Bengt Gingsjö (SWE) 4:03.79  Andrey Krylov (URS) 4:04.32
1500 m freestyle  Frank Pfütze (GDR) 15:54.57  James Carter (GBR) 15:54.78  Igor Yevgrafov (URS) 16:04.42
100 m backstroke  Roland Matthes (GDR) 58.21  Lutz Wanja (GDR) 58.66  Zoltán Verrasztó (HUN) 58.78
200 m backstroke  Roland Matthes (GDR) 2:04.64  Zoltán Verrasztó (HUN) 2:04.96  Robert Rudolf (HUN) 2:07.52
100 m breaststroke  Nikolay Pankin (URS) 1:05.63  Walter Kusch (FRG) 1:06.04  David Leigh (GBR) 1:06.17
200 m breaststroke  David Wilkie (GBR) 2:20.42  Nikolay Pankin (URS) 2:22.84  David Leigh (GBR) 2:23.79
100 m butterfly  Roger Pyttel (GDR) 55.90  Roland Matthes (GDR) 56.68  Folkert Meeuw (FRG) 57.60
200 m butterfly  András Hargitay (HUN) 2:03.80  Brian Brinkley (GBR) 2:04.13  Hartmut Flöckner (GDR) 2:04.55
200 m individual medley  David Wilkie (GBR) 2:06.32
WR
 Christian Lietzmann (GDR) 2:07.61  András Hargitay (HUN) 2:09.08
400 m individual medley  András Hargitay (HUN) 4:28.89
WR
 Christian Lietzmann (GDR) 4:30.32  Andrey Smirnov (URS) 4:32.48
4×100 m freestyle relay  West Germany
Klaus Steinbach
Gerhard Schiller
Kersten Meier
Peter Nocke
3:30.61  Soviet Union
Vladimir Bure
Aleksandr Samsonov
Anatoliy Rybakov
Georgiy Kulikov
3:32.01  East Germany
Roger Pyttel
Roland Matthes
Wilfried Hartung
Lutz Wanja
3:32.54
4×200 m freestyle relay  West Germany
Klaus Steinbach
Werner Lampe
Folkert Meeuw
Peter Nocke
7:39.70  Soviet Union
Aleksandr Samsonov
Andrey Krylov
Viktor Aboymov
Georgiy Kulikov
7:42.06  Sweden
Bernt Zarnowiecki
Anders Bellbring
Peter Pettersson
Bengt Gingsjö
7:43.10
4×100 m medley relay  West Germany
Klaus Steinbach
Walter Kusch
Folkert Meeuw
Peter Nocke
3:51.57  Great Britain
Colin Cunningham
David Wilkie
Stephen Nash
Brian Brinkley
3:54.13  Soviet Union
Igor Potyakin
Nikolay Pankin
Viktor Sharygin
Vladimir Bure
3:54.37

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle  Kornelia Ender (GDR) 56.96
WR
 Angela Franke (GDR) 57.82  Enith Brigitha (NED) 58.10
200 m freestyle  Kornelia Ender (GDR) 2:03.22
WR
 Enith Brigitha (NED) 2:03.73  Andrea Eife (GDR) 2:05.04
400 m freestyle  Angela Franke (GDR) 4:17.83  Cornelia Dörr (GDR) 4:19.72  Novella Calligaris (ITA) 4:22.92
800 m freestyle  Cornelia Dörr (GDR) 8:52.45  Novella Calligaris (ITA) 8:57.93  Gudrun Wegner (GDR) 8:59.79
100 m backstroke  Ulrike Richter (GDR) 1:03.30
WR
 Ulrike Tauber (GDR) 1:05.07  Enith Brigitha (NED) 1:05.94
200 m backstroke  Ulrike Richter (GDR) 2:17.35
WR
 Ulrike Tauber (GDR) 2:18.72  Enith Brigitha (NED) 2:21.33
100 m breaststroke  Christel Justen (FRG) 1:12.55
WR
 Renate Vogel (GDR) 1:13.69  Ágnes Kaczander (HUN) 1:14.95
200 m breaststroke  Karla Linke (GDR) 2:34.99
WR
 Anne-Katrin Schott (GDR) 2:38.88  Marina Yurchenya (URS) 2:42.04
100 m butterfly  Rosemarie Kother (GDR) 1:01.99
WR
 Anne-Katrin Leucht (GDR) 1:03.63  Gunilla Andersson (SWE) 1:04.67
200 m butterfly  Rosemarie Kother (GDR) 2:14.45  Anne-Katrin Leucht (GDR) 2:18.45  Barbara Schwarzfeldt (FRG) 2:19.71
200 m individual medley  Ulrike Tauber (GDR) 2:18.97
WR
 Andrea Hübner (GDR) 2:23.97  Irina Fetisova (URS) 2:25.40
400 m individual medley  Ulrike Tauber (GDR) 4:52.42
WR
 Gudrun Wegner (GDR) 4:58.78  Susan Richardson (GBR) 5:06.71
4×100 m freestyle relay  East Germany
Kornelia Ender
Angela Franke
Andrea Eife
Andrea Hübner
3:52.48  Netherlands
Anke Rijnders
Ada Pors
Veronica Stel
Enith Brigitha
3:57.08  France
Claude Mandonnaud
Sylvie Le Noach
Chantal Schertz
Guylaine Berger
3:57.61
4×100 m medley relay  East Germany
Ulrike Richter
Renate Vogel
Rosemarie Kother
Kornelia Ender
4:13.78
WR
 West Germany
Angelika Griesser
Christel Justen
Beate Jasch
Jutta Weber
4:23.50  Sweden
Gunilla Lundberg
Jeanette Pettersson
Gunilla Andersson
Diana Olsson
4:23.90

Synchronised swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo  Jane Holland (GBR) 93.820  Angelika Honsbeek (NED) 82.040  Brigitte Serwonski (FRG) 79.320
Duet  Great Britain
Jane Holland
Jennifer Lane
89.050  West Germany
Beate Mäckle
Brigitte Serwonski
82.415  Netherlands
Helma Giuvers
Angelika Honsbeek
78.010
Team  Great Britain 88.490  West Germany 85.293  Netherlands 78.859

Water polo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's competition  Hungary  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia

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