Swimming at the 2014 European Aquatics Championships – Women's 100 metre backstroke

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Women's 100 metre backstroke
at the Swimming at the 2014 European Aquatics Championships
Dates20–21 August
Competitors39 from 21 nations
Winning time59.63
Medalists
gold medal    Hungary
gold medal    Denmark
bronze medal    Great Britain

The Women's 100 metre backstroke competition of the 2014 European Aquatics Championships was held on 20–21 August.[1]

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing world, European and championship records were as follows.

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record Gemma Spofforth  Great Britain 58.12 Rome 28 July 2009
European record
Championship record Anastasia Zuyeva  Russia 59.41 Eindhoven 21 March 2008

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held at 10:17.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 1:00.08 Q
2 5 4 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 1:00.13 Q
3 3 4 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 1:00.32 Q
4 3 5 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 1:00.80 Q
5 3 3 Carlotta Zofkova  Italy 1:00.83 Q
6 5 3 Elizabeth Simmonds  Great Britain 1:00.92 Q
7 4 5 Simona Baumrtová  Czech Republic 1:00.98 Q
8 5 7 Ida Lindborg  Sweden 1:01.14 Q
9 5 5 Daria Ustinova  Russia 1:01.24 Q
10 4 3 Arianna Barbieri  Italy 1:01.40 Q
11 5 6 Jenny Mensing  Germany 1:01.52 Q
12 4 6 Duane Da Rocha  Spain 1:01.59 Q
13 5 2 Lisa Graf  Germany 1:01.67 Q
14 4 1 Mimosa Jallow  Finland 1:02.26 Q
15 4 8 Sanja Jovanović  Croatia 1:02.30 Q
16 3 0 Justine Ress  France 1:02.34 Q
17 3 2 Alicja Tchórz  Poland 1:02.47
18 3 1 Mathilde Cini  France 1:02.51
19 4 2 Mercedes Peris  Spain 1:02.56
20 4 7 Ekaterina Tomashevskaya  Russia 1:02.82
21 3 7 Klaudia Nazieblo  Poland 1:02.93
22 5 9 Jördis Steinegger  Austria 1:03.40
23 2 3 Camille Gheorghiu  France 1:03.51
24 2 5 Sarah Bro  Denmark 1:03.63
25 2 2 Anni Alitalo  Finland 1:03.96
26 2 6 Ava Schollmayer  Slovenia 1:03.99
27 5 1 Alina Vats  Ukraine 1:04.05
28 4 9 Maria Kameneva  Russia 1:04.08
29 5 8 Beryl Gastadello  France 1:04.09
30 4 0 Aliaksandra Kavaleva  Belarus 1:04.11
31 3 9 Magdalena Kuras  Sweden 1:04.13
32 5 0 Sviatlana Khakhlova  Belarus 1:04.40
33 2 1 Ingibjörg Jónsdóttir  Iceland 1:04.46
34 2 7 Matea Samardžić  Croatia 1:05.02
35 1 4 Kätlin Sepp  Estonia 1:05.39
36 2 8 Sigrid Sepp  Estonia 1:05.61
37 2 0 Eva Gliožerytė  Lithuania 1:06.57
38 1 5 Susanne Hirvonen  Finland 1:06.61
39 1 3 Amina Kajtaz  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:07.92
2 4 Věra Kopřivová  Czech Republic DNS
3 6 Michelle Coleman  Sweden DNS
3 8 Karin Tomecková  Slovakia DNS

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held at 19:34.[3]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 59.51 Q
2 5 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 1:00.42 Q
3 2 Arianna Barbieri  Italy 1:01.03 Q
4 3 Elizabeth Simmonds  Great Britain 1:01.35
5 7 Duane Da Rocha  Spain 1:01.53
6 6 Ida Lindborg  Sweden 1:01.66
7 1 Mimosa Jallow  Finland 1:02.03
8 8 Justine Ress  France 1:02.53

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 1:00.18 Q
2 4 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 1:00.19 Q
3 6 Simona Baumrtová  Czech Republic 1:00.53 Q
4 3 Carlotta Zofkova  Italy 1:00.60 Q
5 2 Daria Ustinova  Russia 1:00.95 Q
6 1 Lisa Graf  Germany 1:01.51
6 7 Jenny Mensing  Germany 1:01.51
8 8 Sanja Jovanović  Croatia 1:02.42

Final[edit]

The final was held at 18:58.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 3 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 59.63
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 59.63
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 59.74
4 6 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 1:00.33
5 2 Simona Baumrtová  Czech Republic 1:00.38
6 7 Carlotta Zofkova  Italy 1:00.80
7 8 Arianna Barbieri  Italy 1:00.86
8 1 Daria Ustinova  Russia 1:00.90

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