World Para Swimming European Championships

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World Para Swimming European Championships
SportSwimming
Founded2009
ContinentEuropean (IPC)

The World Para Swimming European Championships, known until 2018 as the IPC Swimming European Championships, are the European continental championships for swimming where athletes with a disability compete. Each Championship is organised by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and behind the World Para Swimming Championships and the Summer Paralympic Games is the largest meet for European athletes.

European Championships[edit]

Number Edition Venue Dates Best Nation
IPC Swimming European Championships
1 2009 Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland 18–24 October United Kingdom Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2 2011 Germany Berlin, Germany 3–9 July  Ukraine
3 2014 Netherlands Eindhoven, Netherlands 4–10 August  Ukraine
4 2016 Portugal Funchal, Portugal 30 April – 7 May  Ukraine
World Para Swimming European Championships
5 2018 Republic of Ireland Dublin, Republic of Ireland[1] 13–19 August  Ukraine
6 2020 Portugal Funchal, Portugal[2] 17 - 23 May

All time medal table[edit]

As of 2018

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Ukraine185159132476
2United Kingdom Great Britain and Northern Ireland13811899355
3 Russia10610688300
4 Spain847784245
5 Italy554045140
6 Netherlands463231109
7 Germany345054138
8 Belarus25101247
9 France18223272
10 Sweden17121544
11 Norway15131240
12 Poland13332773
13 Hungary11173361
14 Israel10101636
15 Czech Republic1010828
16 Greece9222758
17 Croatia610420
18 Denmark561324
19 Estonia3317
20  Switzerland23611
21 Turkey2248
22 Cyprus2114
23 Ireland16512
24 Azerbaijan14611
25 Iceland1416
26 Slovenia1225
27 Belgium1146
28 Latvia1012
29 Portugal061420
30 Austria0459
31 Finland0213
 Hong Kong0213
33 Slovakia0156
34 Faroe Islands0022
35 Lithuania0011
Totals (35 nations)8027887922382

[3] 2009 medal table [4][5] 2011 medal table [6] 2014 medal table [7] 2016 medal table [8] 2018 medal table

  • Hong Kong as guest in 2009.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/dublin-2018
  2. ^ "Madeira to host 2020 European Open Championships". International Paralympic Committee. 13 June 2019.
  3. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20160305134821/http://www.ifsport.is/ec2009_results/day7_afternoon/SW0000000000..C95.7.0.pdf
  4. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/swimming/berlin-2011
  5. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/sites/default/files/document/120724183358670_IPC_SW_Berlin_Results_Book.pdf
  6. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/static/info/eindhoven-2014/resIPC/pdf/EI2014/SW/EI2014_SW_C95_SW0000000.pdf
  7. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/sites/default/files/document/160518145652885_2016_05_18%2BFunchal%2B2016_Results%2BBook.pdf
  8. ^ https://www.paralympic.org/dublin-2018/results/info-live-results/SWDU18/eng/zz/engzz_swimming-daily-competition-schedule.htm