2004 European Short Course Swimming Championships

The 8th European Short Course Swimming Championships was an international swimming meet organized by LEN, and held in Vienna, Austria, December 9–12, 2004.[1] The meet featured teams from Europe, swimming in 38 short course events. It was held in Vienna's arena (Wiener Stadthalle), in a temporary pool.

Participating nationsEdit

36 nations had swimmers at the 2004 Short Course Europeans:[2]

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 freestyle Mark Foster
    Great Britain
21.50 Mark Veens
    Netherlands
21.72 Eduardo Lorente
    Spain
21.75
100 freestyle Frédérick Bousquet
    France
47.52 Filippo Magnini
    Italy
47.66 Jens Schreiber
    Germany
48.00
200 freestyle Filippo Magnini
    Italy
1:44.57 Massimiliano Rosolino
    Italy
1:44.95 Paweł Korzeniowski
    Poland
1:45.58
400 freestyle Massimiliano Rosolino
    Italy
3:39.66 Yuri Prilukov
    Russia
3:40.65 Paweł Korzeniowski
    Poland
3:41.36
1500 freestyle Yuri Prilukov
    Russia
14:31.92 David Davies
    Great Britain
14:32.56 Massimiliano Rosolino
    Italy
14:39.54
50 backstroke Thomas Rupprath
    Germany
23.27
WR
Vyacheslav Shyrshov
    Ukraine
24.50 Helge Meeuw
    Germany
24.52
100 backstroke Thomas Rupprath
    Germany
50.73 Markus Rogan
    Austria
50.80 László Cseh
    Hungary
52.09
200 backstroke Markus Rogan
    Austria
1:51.24
ER
Blaž Medvešek
    Slovenia
1:52.39 Evgeny Aleshin
    Russia
1:53.71
50 breaststroke Oleg Lisogor
    Ukraine
26.92 Roman Sloudnov
    Russia
27.09 Emil Tahirovič
    Slovenia
27.17
100 breaststroke Roman Sloudnov
    Russia
58.73 Oleg Lisogor
    Ukraine
58.81 Igor Borysik
    Ukraine
59.70'
200 breaststroke Paolo Bossini
    Italy
2:07.29 Sławomir Kuczko
    Poland
2:07.61 Grigory Falko
    Russia
2:07.66
50 butterfly Mark Foster
    Great Britain
23.35 Jere Hård
    Finland
23.38 Oliver Wenzel
    Germany
23.50
100 butterfly Thomas Rupprath
    Germany
50.67 Nikolay Skvortsov
    Russia
50.92 Ioan Gherghel
    Romania
52.26
200 butterfly Nikolay Skvortsov
    Russia
1:52.90 Paweł Korzeniowski
    Poland
1:53.19 Ioan Gherghel
    Romania
1:54.86
100 I.M. Peter Mankoč
    Slovenia
53.05 Markus Rogan
    Austria
53.64 Oliver Wenzel
    Germany
54.14
200 I.M. Markus Rogan
    Austria
1:55.15 László Cseh
    Hungary
1:55.36 Vytautas Janušaitis
    Lithuania
1:57.45
400 I.M. László Cseh
    Hungary
4:03.96
ER
Luca Marin
    Italy
4:05.93 Igor Berezutskiy
    Russia
4:08.91
4×50
 free relay
  France
  David Maître
  Alain Bernard
  Romain Barnier
  Frédérick Bousquet
1:26.24   Germany
  Benjamin Friedrich
  Thomas Rupprath
  Jens Schreiber
  Carsten Dehmlow
1:26.30   Sweden
  David Nordenlilja
  Marcus Piehl
  Erik Andersson
  Petter Stymne
1:26.98
4×50
 medley relay
  Germany
  Thomas Rupprath
  Mark Warnecke
  Fabian Friedrich
  Carsten Dehmlow
1:34.56   Ukraine
  Vyacheslav Shyrshov
  Oleg Lisogor
  Sergiy Breus
  Oleksandr Volynets
1:34.94   Finland
  Tero Raty
  Jarno Pihlava
  Jere Hård
  Matti Rajakylä
1:35.89

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 freestyle Marleen Veldhuis
    Netherlands
24.34 Anna-Karin Kammerling
    Sweden
24.57 Hinkelien Schreuder
    Netherlands
24.64
100 freestyle Malia Metella
    France
53.37 Marleen Veldhuis
    Netherlands
53.63 Josefin Lillhage
    Sweden
53.64
200 freestyle Josefin Lillhage
    Sweden
1:55.36 Melanie Marshall
    Great Britain
1:56.36 Petra Dallmann
    Germany
1:57.24
400 freestyle Keri-Anne Payne
    Great Britain
4:03.60 Daria Parshina
    Russia
4:04.56 Erika Villaecija
    Spain
4:06.05
800 freestyle Flavia Rigamonti
    Switzerland
8:17.39 Lotte Friis
    Denmark
8:22.38 Erika Villaecija
    Spain
8:26.38
50 backstroke Antje Buschschulte
    Germany
27.42 Kateryna Zubkova
    Ukraine
27.50 Ilona Hlaváčková
    Czech Republic
27.57
100 backstroke Kateryna Zubkova
    Ukraine
58.58 Antje Buschschulte
    Germany
58.70 Louise Ørnstedt
    Denmark
58.76
200 backstroke Louise Ørnstedt
    Denmark
2:06.33 Sarah Price
    Great Britain
2:07.24 Gemma Spofforth
    Great Britain
2:07.64
50 breaststroke Sarah Poewe
    Germany
31.09 Elena Bogomazova
    Russia
31.46 Kate Haywood
    Great Britain
31.52
100 breaststroke Sarah Poewe
    Germany
1:06.50 Mirna Jukić
    Austria
1:07.05 Simone Weiler
    Germany
1:07.70
200 breaststroke Anne Poleska
    Germany
2:21.79 Mirna Jukić
    Austria
2:22.79 Sarah Poewe
    Germany
2:24.33
50 butterfly Anna-Karin Kammerling
    Sweden
25.73 Martina Moravcová
    Slovakia
26.14 Fabienne Nadarajah
    Austria
26.27
100 butterfly Martina Moravcová
    Slovakia
56.89 Mette Jacobsen
    Denmark
58.43 Malia Metella
    France
58.47
200 butterfly Martina Moravcová
    Slovakia
2:06.68 Mette Jacobsen
    Denmark
2:06.99 Caterina Giacchetti
    Italy
2:07.11
100 I.M. Aleksandra Urbanczyk
    Poland
1:00.75 Lisa Chapman
    Great Britain
1:00.88 Teresa Rohmann
    Germany
1:01.18
200 I.M. Teresa Rohmann
    Germany
2:09.40 Aleksandra Urbanczyk
    Poland
2:10.64 Julie Hjorth-Hansen
    Denmark
2:13.03
400 I.M. Éva Risztov
    Hungary
4:32.26 Teresa Rohmann
    Germany
4:34.38 Katinka Hosszú
    Hungary
4:35.41
4×50
 free relay
  Netherlands
  Inge Dekker
  Hinkelien Schreuder
  Chantal Groot
  Marleen Veldhuis
1:37.97   Germany
  Dorothea Brandt
  Janine Pietsch
  Daniela Götz
  Petra Dallmann
1:38.52   Sweden
  Lina Petersson
  Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Josefin Lillhage
  Claire Hedenskog
1:38.76
4×50
 medley relay
  Netherlands
  Hinkelien Schreuder
  Moniek Nijhuis
  Inge Dekker
  Marleen Veldhuis
1:48.21
WBT
  Germany
  Janine Pietsch
  Sarah Poewe
  Antje Buschschulte
  Dorothea Brandt
1:48.52   Sweden
  Emelie Kierkegaard
  Sanja Dizdarević
  Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Josefin Lillhage
1:50.05

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Austria)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)95822
2  Russia (RUS)34310
3  Great Britain (GBR)3429
4  Italy (ITA)3328
5  Netherlands (NED)3216
6  France (FRA)3014
7  Ukraine (UKR)2518
8  Austria (AUT)*2417
9  Sweden (SWE)2147
10  Hungary (HUN)2125
11  Slovakia (SVK)2103
12  Denmark (DEN)1326
  Poland (POL)1326
14  Slovenia (SLO)1113
15   Switzerland (SUI)1001
16  Finland (FIN)0112
17  Spain (ESP)0033
18  Romania (ROM)0022
19  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
Totals (20 nations)383838114

Performance awardsEdit

Best newcomers: Kateryna Zubkova (UKR) and Igor Borysik (UKR). (Both were voted by the media, and received a special prize of Euro 1500 each.)

Top performances: a total of 32,000 Euro was awarded to the overall top-7 male and female performances. The athletes sharing the prize money were:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results page for the 2004 Short Course European Championships; published by Omega Timing (official timer); retrieved 8 October 2017.
  2. ^ Participating nations Archived 2012-09-11 at Archive.today from the 2004 European Short Course Championships; published by SwimRankings.net; retrieved 2012-03-21.

External linksEdit