Swimming at the 2016 European Aquatics Championships – Men's 1500 metre freestyle

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Men's 1500 metre freestyle
at the 2016 European Aquatics Championships
Dates17–18 May
Competitors35 from 21 nations
Winning time14:34.04
Medalists
gold medal    Italy
silver medal    Italy
bronze medal    Ukraine
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The routine competition of the 2016 European Aquatics Championships was held on 17 and 18 May 2016.[1][2]

Records[edit]

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

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record Sun Yang  China 14:31.02 London 4 August 2012
European record Gregorio Paltrinieri  Italy 14:39.67 Kazan 8 August 2015
Championship record Gregorio Paltrinieri  Italy 14:39.93 Berlin 20 August 2014

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held on 17 May at 11:29.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Gregorio Paltrinieri  Italy 14:46.81 Q
2 3 4 Gabriele Detti  Italy 14:58.56 Q
3 3 2 Jan Micka  Czech Republic 14:58.62 Q
4 4 6 Mykhailo Romanchuk  Ukraine 14:59.13 Q
5 4 5 Henrik Christiansen  Norway 15:00.27 Q
6 4 7 Serhiy Frolov  Ukraine 15:02.33 Q
7 3 5 Gergely Gyurta  Hungary 15:05.34 Q
8 3 1 Wojciech Wojdak  Poland 15:06.56 Q
9 4 0 Joris Bouchaut  France 15:07.41
10 4 9 Antonio Arroyo  Spain 15:07.71
11 4 1 Ruwen Straub  Germany 15:08.11
12 3 3 Timothy Shuttleworth  Great Britain 15:08.84
13 4 2 Daniel Jervis  Great Britain 15:09.69
14 4 3 Stephen Milne  Great Britain 15:09.73
15 3 0 Marc Sánchez  Spain 15:10.06
16 3 9 Kristóf Rasovszky  Hungary 15:11.34
17 3 8 Anton Ipsen  Denmark 15:11.91
18 3 7 Richárd Nagy  Slovakia 15:16.17
19 2 1 Nezir Karap  Turkey 15:16.29
20 3 6 Pál Joensen  Faroe Islands 15:16.44
21 2 4 Martin Bau  Slovenia 15:16.71
22 2 3 Marc Hinawi  Israel 15:19.28
23 2 7 Victor Johansson  Sweden 15:20.44
24 2 2 Filip Zaborowski  Poland 15:20.68
25 4 8 Nicolas D'Oriano  France 15:25.80
26 2 5 Lander Hendrickx  Belgium 15:25.90
27 2 6 Vuk Čelić  Serbia 15:31.65
28 2 9 Ediz Yıldırımer  Turkey 15:34.16
29 1 4 Truls Wigdel  Norway 15:36.78
30 1 3 Roman Dmitriyev  Czech Republic 15:36.81
31 1 5 Grega Popović  Slovenia 15:41.01
32 2 8 Ján Kútnik  Czech Republic 15:50.53
33 2 0 Oli Mortensen  Faroe Islands 16:24.42
34 1 2 Franc Aleksi  Albania 16:36.10
35 1 6 Andrej Stojanoski  North Macedonia 17:24.96

Final[edit]

The final was held on 18 May at 18:02.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Gregorio Paltrinieri  Italy 14:34.04 ER, CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Gabriele Detti  Italy 14:48.75
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6 Mykhailo Romanchuk  Ukraine 14:50.33
4 1 Gergely Gyurta  Hungary 14:57.06
5 3 Jan Micka  Czech Republic 14:58.73
6 8 Wojciech Wojdak  Poland 14:59.66
7 2 Henrik Christiansen  Norway 15:04.60
8 7 Serhiy Frolov  Ukraine 15:05.05

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