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2000 European Aquatics Championships

The 2000 LEN European Championships were held Monday 3 July to Sunday 9 July 2000 in Helsinki, Finland. Competition was swum in the 50 m, long course pool at the Mäkelänrinne Swimming Center. The 25th edition of the event was organised by the LEN less than three months prior to the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.

The championships included the aquatic disciplines of Swimming (long course),[1] Open Water Swimming,[2] Diving,[3] and Synchronised swimming.[4]

Medal tableEdit

  Host nation

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia163423
2  Germany712221
3  Italy67316
4  Sweden62311
5  Ukraine43613
6  Spain41611
7  Romania36514
8  Hungary3104
9  France1269
10  Slovakia1214
11  Finland*1113
   Switzerland1113
13  Belarus1102
  Poland1102
15  Croatia1001
16  Netherlands0527
17  Great Britain0268
18  Denmark0224
19  Belgium0123
20  Lithuania0101
21  Czech Republic0022
22  Austria0011
  Israel0011
  Turkey0011
Totals (24 nations)565455165

SwimmingEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Alexander Popov
Russia
  Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
  Lorenzo Vismara
Italy
100 m freestyle   Alexander Popov
Russia
  Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
  Lars Frölander
Sweden
200 m freestyle   Massimiliano Rosolino
Italy
  Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
  Paul Palmer
Great Britain
400 m freestyle   Emiliano Brembilla
Italy
  Dragoş Coman
Romania
  Paul Palmer
Great Britain
1500 m freestyle   Igor Chervynskyi
Ukraine
  Emiliano Brembilla
Italy
  Dragoş Coman
Romania
50 m backstroke   Stev Theloke
Germany
  Darius Grigalionis
Lithuania
  David Ortega
Spain
100 m backstroke   David Ortega
Spain
  Volodymyr Nikolaychuk
Ukraine
  Derya Büyükunçu
Turkey
200 m backstroke   Gordan Kožulj
Croatia
  Emanuele Merisi
Italy
  Yoav Gath
Israel
50 m breaststroke   Mark Warnecke
Germany
  Oleg Lisogor
Ukraine
  Remo Lütolf
Switzerland
100 m breaststroke   Domenico Fioravanti
Italy
  Jarno Pihlava
Finland
  Dmitry Komornikov
Russia
200 m breaststroke   Dmitry Komornikov
Russia
  Domenico Fioravanti
Italy
  Maxim Podoprigora
Austria
50 m butterfly   Jere Hård
Finland
  Lars Frölander
Sweden
  Mark Foster
Great Britain
100 m butterfly   Lars Frölander
Sweden
  Thomas Rupprath
Germany
  James Hickman
Great Britain
200 m butterfly   Anatoly Polyakov
Russia
  James Hickman
Great Britain
  Ioan Gherghel
Romania
200 m individual medley   Massimiliano Rosolino
Italy
  Christian Keller
Germany
  Xavier Marchand
France
400 m individual medley   István Batházi
Hungary
  Cezar Bădiţă
Romania
  Johann Le Bihan
France
4×100 m freestyle relay   Russia
Denis Pimankov
Dmitriy Chernychev
Andrey Kapralov
Alexander Popov
  Germany
Stefan Herbst
Lars Conrad
Christian Tröger
Stephan Kunzelmann
  France
Romain Barnier
Nicolas Kintz
Hugo Viart
Frédérick Bousquet
4×200 m freestyle relay   Italy
Massimiliano Rosolino
Matteo Pelliciari
Simone Cercato
Emiliano Brembilla
  Germany
Michael Kiedel
Christian Keller
Stefan Herbst
Stefan Pohl
  Netherlands
Martijn Zuijdweg
Marcel Wouda
Mark van der Zijden
Pieter van den Hoogenband
4×100 m medley relay   Russia
Vladislav Aminov
Dmitry Komornikov
Dmitriy Chernyshev
Alexander Popov
  Sweden
Mattias Ohlin
Martin Gustavsson
Lars Frölander
Stefan Nystrand
  Ukraine
Volodymyr Nikolaychuk
Oleg Lisogor
Andriy Serdinov
Pavel Khnykin

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Therese Alshammar
Sweden
  Wilma van Hofwegen
Netherlands
  Olga Mukomol
Ukraine
100 m freestyle   Therese Alshammar
Sweden
  Martina Moravcová
Slovakia
  Mette Jacobsen
Denmark
200 m freestyle   Natalya Baranovskaya
Belarus
  Martina Moravcová
Slovakia
  Camelia Potec
Romania
400 m freestyle   Yana Klochkova
Ukraine
  Natalya Baranovskaya
Belarus
  Camelia Potec
Romania
800 m freestyle   Flavia Rigamonti
Switzerland
  Chantal Strasser
Switzerland
  Kirsten Vlieghuis
Netherlands
50 m backstroke   Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
  Diana Mocanu
Romania
  Ilona Hlaváčková
Czech Republic
100 m backstroke   Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
  Diana Mocanu
Romania
  Louise Ørnstedt
Denmark
200 m backstroke   Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
  Diana Mocanu
Romania
  Antje Buschschulte
Germany
50 m breaststroke   Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
  Zoë Baker
Great Britain
  Sylvia Gerasch
Germany
100 m breaststroke   Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
  Sylvia Gerasch
Germany
  Svitlana Bondarenko
Ukraine
200 m breaststroke   Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania
  Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
  Karine Bremond
France
50 m butterfly   Anna-Karin Kammerling
Sweden
  Karen Egdal
Denmark
  Martina Moravcová
Slovakia
100 m butterfly   Martina Moravcová
Slovakia
  Otylia Jędrzejczak
Poland
  Johanna Sjöberg
Sweden
200 m butterfly   Otylia Jędrzejczak
Poland
  Mette Jacobsen
Denmark
  Mireia García
Spain
200 m individual medley   Yana Klochkova
Ukraine

  Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania

None   Sue Rolph
Great Britain
400 m individual medley   Yana Klochkova
Ukraine
  Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania
  Yseult Gervy
Belgium
4×100 m freestyle relay   Sweden
Louise Jöhncke
Johanna Sjöberg
Anna-Karin Kammerling
Therese Alshammar
  Italy
Luisa Striani
Sara Parise
Cecilia Vianini
Cristina Chiuso
  Belgium
Nina van Koeckhoven
Liesbet Dreesen
Sofie Goffin
Tine Bossuyt
4×200 m freestyle relay   Romania
Camelia Potec
Simona Păduraru
Ioana Diaconescu
Beatrice Câșlaru
  Italy
Luisa Striani
Cecilia Vianini
Sara Parise
Sara Goffi
  France
Solenne Figuès
Laetitia Choux
Katarine Quelennec
Alicia Bozon
4×100 m medley relay   Sweden
Therese Alshammar
Emma Igelström
Johanna Sjöberg
Louise Jöhncke
  Belgium
Sofie Wolfs
Brigitte Becue
Fabienne Dufour
Nina van Koeckhoven
  Romania
Raluca Udroiu
Beatrice Câșlaru
Diana Mocanu
Camelia Potec

Open water swimmingEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km open water   Luca Baldini (ITA)   Fabio Venturini (ITA)   David Meca (ESP)
25 km open water   Stéphane Lecat (FRA)   David Meca (ESP)   Fabio Fusi (ITA)

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km open water   Peggy Büchse (GER)   Britta Kamrau (GER)   Jana Pechanová (CZE)
25 km open water   Peggy Büchse (GER)   Edith van Dijk (NED)   Valeria Casprini (ITA)

DivingEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard   Alexander Mesch
Germany
  Dmitri Baibakov
Russia
  Joona Puhakka
Finland
3 m springboard   Dmitri Sautin
Russia
  Stefan Ahrens
Germany
  Alexander Dobroskok
Russia
10 m platform   Dmitri Sautin
Russia
  Heiko Meyer
Germany
  Igor Lukashin
Russia
3 m springboard synchro   Tobias Schellenberg
Andreas Wels
Germany
  Alexander Dobroskok
Dmitri Sautin
Russia
  Rafael Álvarez
José Miguel Gil
Spain
10 m platform synchro   Igor Lukashin
Dmitri Sautin
Russia
  Aleksandr Skripnik
Roman Volodkov
Ukraine
  Leon Taylor
Pete Waterfield
Great Britain

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard   Vera Ilyina
Russia
  Heike Fischer
Germany
  Natalya Umyskova
Russia
3 m springboard   Yuliya Pakhalina
Russia
  Dörte Lindner
Germany
  Anna Lindberg
Sweden
10 m platform   Svetlana Timoshinina
Russia
  Ute Wetzig
Germany
  Olena Zhupina
Ukraine
3 m springboard synchro   Vera Ilyina
Yuliya Pakhalina
Russia
  Dörte Lindner
Conny Schmalfuß
Germany
  Ganna Sorokina
Olena Zhupina
Ukraine
10 m platform synchro   Anke Piper
Ute Wetzig
Germany
  Olga Leonova
Olena Zhupina
Ukraine
  Yevgeniya Olshevskaya
Svetlana Timoshinina
Russia

Synchronized swimmingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ European Championships 2000 - Swimming results Archived 2 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine, published by Omega Timing in 2000. Retrieved 2012-04-11.
  2. ^ European Championships 2000 - Open Water results Archived 2 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine, published by Omega Timing in 2000. Retrieved 2012-04-11.
  3. ^ European Championships 2000 - Diving results Archived 2 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine, published by Omega Timing in 2000. Retrieved 2012-04-11.
  4. ^ European Championships 2000 - Synchronized Swimming results Archived 2 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine, published by Omega Timing in 2000. Retrieved 2012-04-11.