2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships

The 2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships took place in Herning, Denmark, from 12–15 December 2013.

2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships
2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships logo.jpg
Host cityHerning, Denmark
Date(s)12–15 December
Venue(s)Jyske Bank Boxen
Nations participating42
Athletes participating559
Events40

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Vladimir Morozov
  Russia
20.77 Marco Orsi
  Italy
21.00 Andriy Hovorov
  Ukraine
21.17
100 m freestyle Vladimir Morozov
  Russia
45.96 Danila Izotov
  Russia
46.41 Marco Orsi
  Italy
46.49
200 m freestyle Danila Izotov
  Russia
1:41.70 Nikita Lobintsev
  Russia
1:42.33 Dominik Kozma
  Hungary
Filippo Magnini
  Italy
1:43.34
400 m freestyle Nikita Lobintsev
  Russia
3:39.47 Andrea D'Arrigo
  Italy
3:40.54 Velimir Stjepanović
  Serbia
3:40.91 NR
1500 m freestyle Gergely Gyurta
  Hungary
14:30.26 Pál Joensen
  Faroe Islands
14:35.99 Gabriele Detti
  Italy
14:36.43
50 m backstroke Jérémy Stravius
  France
23.19 Christian Diener
  Germany
23.38 Pavel Sankovich
  Belarus
23.45
100 m backstroke *[1] Jérémy Stravius
  France
49.74 Camille Lacourt
  France
Chris Walker-Hebborn
  Great Britain
50.44
200 m backstroke Radosław Kawęcki
  Poland
1:49.42 Péter Bernek
  Hungary
1:50.43 Christian Diener
  Germany
1:51.40
50 m breaststroke Damir Dugonjič
  Slovenia
26.21 Giacomo Perez-Dortona
  France
26.55 Barry Murphy
  Ireland
26.56
100 m breaststroke Dániel Gyurta
  Hungary
57.08 Marco Koch
  Germany
57.14 Damir Dugonjič
  Slovenia
57.24
200 m breaststroke Dániel Gyurta
  Hungary
2:00.72 Michael Jamieson
  Great Britain
2:01.43 Marco Koch
  Germany
2:01.62
50 m butterfly Andriy Hovorov
  Ukraine
22.36 Steffen Deibler
  Germany
22.41 Yauhen Tsurkin
  Belarus
22.45
100 m butterfly Yevgeny Korotyshkin
  Russia
49.68 Jérémy Stravius
  France
50.09 Steffen Deibler
  Germany
50.23
200 m butterfly Velimir Stjepanović
  Serbia
1:51.27 NR Paweł Korzeniowski
  Poland
1:51.36 Nikolay Skvortsov
  Russia
1:51.62
100 m individual medley Vladimir Morozov
  Russia
51.20 Sergey Fesikov
  Russia
52.23 Stefano Pizzamiglio
  Italy
52.81
200 m individual medley Philip Heintz
  Germany
1:53.98 Simon Sjödin
  Sweden
1:54.28 Diogo Carvalho
  Portugal
1:54.89
400 m individual medley Dávid Verrasztó
  Hungary
4:03.48 Gal Nevo
  Israel
4:03.50 Federico Turrini
  Italy
4:03.94
4×50 m freestyle relay   Russia
Vladimir Morozov
Sergey Fesikov
Yevgeny Lagunov
Nikita Konovalov
1:23.36   Italy
Luca Dotto
Federico Bocchia
Filippo Magnini
Marco Orsi
1:24.37   Belgium
Jasper Aerents
Pieter Timmers
François Heersbrandt
Yoris Grandjean
1:24.86
4×50 m medley relay   Italy
Stefano Pizzamiglio
Francesco Di Lecce
Piero Codia
Marco Orsi
1:32.83   Germany
Christian Diener
Hendrik Feldwehr
Steffen Deibler
Maximilian Oswald
1:33.06   Belarus
Pavel Sankovich
Yury Klemparski
Yauhen Tsurkin
Artyom Machekin

Legend: WRWorld record; WBT – World best time; EREuropean record; CRChampionship record

  • Vitaly Melnikov originally won silver, but following his disqualification for doping offences, the medals in the event were upgraded.[1]

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  Netherlands
23.36 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
23.79 Aleksandra Gerasimenya
  Belarus
23.83
100 m freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  Netherlands
51.78 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
51.99 Aleksandra Gerasimenya
  Belarus
52.34
200 m freestyle Federica Pellegrini
  Italy
1:52.80 Charlotte Bonnet
  France
1:53.26 Veronika Popova
  Russia
1:53.62
400 m freestyle Mireia Belmonte
  Spain
3:56.14 Lotte Friis
  Denmark
3:58.35 Federica Pellegrini
  Italy
3:58.90
800 m freestyle Mireia Belmonte
  Spain
8:05.18 Lotte Friis
  Denmark
8:08.68 Sharon van Rouwendaal
  Netherlands
8:14.24
50 m backstroke Simona Baumrtová
  Czech Republic
26.26 NR Aleksandra Urbanczyk
  Poland
26.31 Michelle Coleman
  Sweden
26.67
100 m backstroke Mie Nielsen
  Denmark
55.99
CR
, ER
Simona Baumrtová
  Czech Republic
56.28 NR Daryna Zevina
  Ukraine
56.94
200 m backstroke Daryna Zevina
  Ukraine
2:02.20 Simona Baumrtová
  Czech Republic
2:03.06 NR Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
2:03.81
50 m breaststroke Rūta Meilutytė
  Lithuania
29.10
CR
Moniek Nijhuis
  Netherlands
29.79 Jennie Johansson
  Sweden
29.80
100 m breaststroke Rūta Meilutytė
  Lithuania
1:02.92
CR
Rikke Møller Pedersen
  Denmark
1:04.39 Jennie Johansson
  Sweden
1:05.13
200 m breaststroke Rikke Møller Pedersen
  Denmark
2:15.21
CR, ER
Vitalina Simonova
  Russia
2:18.88 Giulia De Ascentis
  Italy
2:20.93
50 m butterfly Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
24.90
CR
Jeanette Ottesen
  Denmark
25.03 Inge Dekker
  Netherlands
25.29
100 m butterfly Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
55.78 Jemma Lowe
  Great Britain
56.32 Jeanette Ottesen
  Denmark
56.42
200 m butterfly Mireia Belmonte
  Spain
2:01.52
CR, ER
Franziska Hentke
  Germany
2:03.47 Jemma Lowe
  Great Britain
2:04.51
100 m individual medley Rūta Meilutytė
  Lithuania
57.68
CR
Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
57.96 Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
  Great Britain
58.26
200 m individual medley Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
2:04.33
CR
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
  Great Britain
2:06.73 Sophie Allen
  Great Britain
2:06.86
400 m individual medley Mireia Belmonte
  Spain
4:21.23
CR
Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
4:24.69 Aimee Willmott
  Great Britain
4:25.37
4×50 m freestyle relay   Denmark
Pernille Blume
Jeanette Ottesen
Kelly Riber Rasmussen
Mie Nielsen
1:37.04
WR
  Sweden
Michelle Coleman
Sarah Sjöström
Louise Hansson
Magdalena Kuras
1:37.08   Russia
Rozaliya Nasretdinova
Veronika Popova
Elizaveta Bazarova
Svetlana Knyaginina
1:37.13
4×50 m medley relay   Denmark
Mie Nielsen
Rikke Møller Pedersen
Jeanette Ottesen
Pernille Blume
1:44.81   Sweden
Michelle Coleman
Jennie Johansson
Sarah Sjöström
Louise Hansson
1:46.08   Great Britain 1:46.56

Legend: WRWorld record; WBT – World best time; EREuropean record; CRChampionship record

Mixed eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4 × 50 m Mixed Freestyle   Russia
Sergey Fesikov
Vladimir Morozov
Rozaliya Nasretdinova
Veronika Popova
1:29.53
WR
  Italy
Luca Dotto
Marco Orsi
Silvia Di Pietro
Erika Ferraioli
1:30.26   Netherlands
Inge Dekker
Joost Reijns
Sebastiaan Verschuren
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
1:30.62
4 × 50 m Mixed Medley   Germany
Christian Diener
Caroline Ruhnau
Steffen Deibler
Dorothea Brandt
1:39.32   Czech Republic
Simona Baumrtová
Petr Bartůněk
Lucie Svěcená
Tomáš Plevko
1:39.54   Italy
Niccolo' Bonacchi
Francesco Di Lecce
Ilaria Bianchi
Erika Ferraioli
1:39.68

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Denmark)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia84315
2  Hungary53210
3  Denmark*4419
4  Spain4004
5  France3306
6  Lithuania3003
7  Italy25714
8  Germany25310
  Sweden25310
10  Netherlands2136
11  Ukraine2024
12  Czech Republic1304
13  Poland1203
14  Serbia1012
  Slovenia1012
16  Great Britain0459
17  Faroe Islands0101
  Israel0101
19  Belarus0055
20  Belgium0011
  Ireland0011
  Portugal0011
Totals (22 nations)414139121

On 13 May 2014 Russian swimmer Yuliya Yefimova was officially suspended for doping use and lost 4 gold and 1 silver medals.[2][3][4] Another Russian swimmer Vitaly Melnikov was banned in May 2015, which resulted in a loss of an individual silver and two relay gold medals for Russia.[5]

Participating nationsEdit

577 swimmers from 39 countries swam at the 2013 edition.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Walker Hebborn upgrades to silver - BBC
  2. ^ "Russian Olympic Medal-Winning Swimmer Yefimova Fails Doping Test – Report" Archived 2014-02-02 at the Wayback Machine. russianews.net. 7 January 2014
  3. ^ "Russian Olympic Medal-Winning Swimmer Efimova Fails Doping Test – Report". ria.ru. 17 January 2014.
  4. ^ "Russian swimmer Yulia Yefimova disqualified for 1 year and 4 months for doping". ITAR-TASS. 13 May 2014. Archived from the original on 18 May 2014. Retrieved 25 August 2014.
  5. ^ Russian swimmer Vitaly Melnikov banned for doping. Fox Sports. 16 March 2015
  6. ^ LEN: European Short Course Championships Herning, 12. – 15.12.2013 Archived 2013-12-16 at the Wayback Machine. herning2013.com

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