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2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships

The 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships took place in Netanya, Israel, from 2–6 December 2015.[1] They were originally scheduled to be held in January 2015, but the LEN moved the event to December.[2] The venue of the event was the brand new swimming complex of the Wingate Institute. This complex features an Olympic-size pool with 10 lanes and 3 meter depth, backed by the latest built-in filtration systems, an 8-lane 50 m pool and a 6-lane 25 m pool.

2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships
Host cityNetanya,  Israel
Date(s)2–6 December
Venue(s)Wingate Institute
Nations participating48
Athletes participating500

The swimmer of the meet honors went to Katinka Hosszú of Hungary and Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy.[3] Hosszú won six gold medals and one silver, breaking two world records and six championship records, while Paltrinieri won one gold medal in a world record time.

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Records brokenEdit

World records
Event Date Round Name Nationality Time Day References
400 m individual medley
(record progression)
2 December Heats Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 4:19.46 1 [4]
100 m individual medley
(record progression)
4 December Final Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 56.67 3 [5]
1500 m freestyle
(record progression)
4 December Final Gregorio Paltrinieri   Italy 14:08.06 3 [6]
European records
Event Date Round Name Nationality Time Day References
200 m individual medley 4 December Final László Cseh   Hungary 1:51.36 3 [7]
200 m butterfly 6 December Final László Cseh   Hungary 1:49.00 5 [3]
Championships records
Event Date Round Name Nationality Time Day References
200 m backstroke 2 December Final Radosław Kawęcki   Poland 1:48.33 1
100 m individual medley 3 December Heats Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 57.52 2
200 m breaststroke 3 December Final Marco Koch   Germany 2:00.53 2
100 m backstroke 3 December Final Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 55.42 2
100 m individual medley 3 December Semifinal 2 Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 57.49 2
50 m butterfly 3 December Final Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 24.58 2
4×50 m mixed medley 3 December Final Simone Sabbioni
Fabio Scozzoli
Silvia Di Pietro
Erika Ferraioli
  Italy 1:38.33 2
200 m backstroke 4 December Heats Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 1:59.95 3
200 m backstroke 4 December Final Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 1:59.84 3
200 m individual medley 5 December Final Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 2:02.53 4
4×50 m mixed freestyle 5 December Final Federico Bocchia
Marco Orsi
Silvia Di Pietro
Erika Ferraioli
  Italy 1:29.26 4
100 m butterfly 6 December Final Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 55.03 5
4×50 m medley 6 December Final Simone Sabbioni
Fabio Scozzoli
Matteo Rivolta
Marco Orsi
  Italy 1:31.71 5

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Evgeny Sedov
  Russia
20.87 Marco Orsi
  Italy
20.92 Sebastian Szczepanski
  Poland
21.21
100 m freestyle Marco Orsi
  Italy
46.05 Pieter Timmers
  Belgium
46.61 Sebastian Szczepanski
  Poland
46.87
200 m freestyle Paul Biedermann
  Germany
1:42.68 Pieter Timmers
  Belgium
1:42.85 Glenn Surgeloose
  Belgium
Viacheslav Andrusenko
  Russia
1:43.55
400 m freestyle Péter Bernek
  Hungary
3:35.46 Paul Biedermann
  Germany
3:35.96 Gabriele Detti
  Italy
3:37.22
1500 m freestyle Gregorio Paltrinieri
  Italy
14:08.06
WR
Gabriele Detti
  Italy
14:18.00 Henrik Christiansen
  Norway
14:23.60
50 m backstroke Tomasz Polewka
  Poland
22.96 Chris Walker-Hebborn
  United Kingdom
Simone Sabbioni
  Italy
23.09 none awarded
100 m backstroke Radosław Kawęcki
  Poland
49.64 Stanislav Donets
  Russia
50.30 Chris Walker-Hebborn
  United Kingdom
50.35
200 m backstroke Radosław Kawęcki
  Poland
1:48.33
CR
Yakov Toumarkin
  Israel
1:49.84 Simone Sabbioni
  Italy
1:50.75
50 m breaststroke Damir Dugonjič
  Slovenia
26.20 Adam Peaty
  United Kingdom
26.21 Oleg Kostin
  Russia
Alexander Murphy
  Ireland
26.35
100 m breaststroke Marco Koch
  Germany
56.78 Adam Peaty
  United Kingdom
56.96 Giedrius Titenis
  Lithuania
57.02
200 m breaststroke Marco Koch
  Germany
2:00.53
CR
Dániel Gyurta
  Hungary
2:01.99 Andrew Willis
  United Kingdom
2:02.76
50 m butterfly Andriy Hovorov
  Ukraine
22.36 Yauhen Tsurkin
  Belarus
22.56 Aleksandr Popkov
  Russia
22.69
100 m butterfly László Cseh
  Hungary
49.33 Matteo Rivolta
  Italy
49.70 Nikita Konovalov
  Russia
50.28
200 m butterfly László Cseh
  Hungary
1:49.00
ER
Viktor Bromer
  Denmark
1:51.62 Simon Sjödin
  Sweden
1:52.89
100 m individual medley Sergey Fesikov
  Russia
52.00 Yakov Toumarkin
  Israel
52.62 Andreas Vazaios
  Greece
52.67
200 m individual medley László Cseh
  Hungary
1:51.36
ER
Philip Heintz
  Germany
1:53.21 Diogo Carvalho
  Portugal
1:53.45
400 m individual medley Dávid Verrasztó
  Hungary
4:02.43 Roberto Pavoni
  United Kingdom
4:02.69 Gal Nevo
  Israel
4:04.68
4×50 m freestyle relay   Russia
Evgeny Sedov (20.71)
Andrey Arbuzov (20.94)
Aleksandr Kliukin (20.93)
Nikita Konovalov (20.91)
1:23.49   Italy
Federico Bocchia (21.56)
Marco Orsi (20.46)
Giuseppe Guttuso (21.20)
Filippo Magnini (21.22)
1:24.44   Belarus
Yauhen Tsurkin (21.83)
Anton Latkin (21.11)
Viktar Staselovich (21.03)
Artyom Machekin (21.04)
1:25.01
4×50 m medley relay   Italy
Simone Sabbioni (23.29)
Fabio Scozzoli (25.88)
Matteo Rivolta (22.19)
Marco Orsi (20.35)
1:31.71
CR
  Russia
Andrei Shabasov (23.46)
Oleg Kostin (26.05)
Aleksandr Popkov (22.26)
Evgeny Sedov (20.40)
1:32.17   Belarus
Pavel Sankovich (23.45)
Ilya Shymanovich (26.59)
Yauhen Tsurkin (21.99)
Anton Latkin (21.18)
1:33.21

Legend: WR - World record; ER - European record; CR - Championship record

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  Netherlands
23.56 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
23.63 Jeanette Ottesen
  Denmark
23.94
100 m freestyle Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
51.37 Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  Netherlands
51.59 Veronika Popova
  Russia
52.02
200 m freestyle Federica Pellegrini
  Italy
1:51.89 Veronika Popova
  Russia
1:52.46 Femke Heemskerk
  Netherlands
1:52.81
400 m freestyle Jazmin Carlin
  United Kingdom
3:58.81 Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
3:58.84 Boglárka Kapás
  Hungary
3:59.02
800 m freestyle Jazmin Carlin
  United Kingdom
8:11.01 Boglárka Kapás
  Hungary
8:11.43 Sharon van Rouwendaal
  Netherlands
8:15.84
50 m backstroke Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
26.13 Aleksandra Urbańczyk
  Poland
26.27 Sanja Jovanović
  Croatia
26.45
100 m backstroke Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
55.42
CR
Alicja Tchórz
  Poland
57.17 Eygló Ósk Gústafsdóttir
  Iceland
57.42
200 m backstroke Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
1:59.84
CR
Daria Ustinova
  Russia
2:01.57 Eygló Ósk Gústafsdóttir
  Iceland
2:03.53
50 m breaststroke Jenna Laukkanen
  Finland
29.71 Fanny Lecluyse
  Belgium
29.84 Natalia Ivaneeva
  Russia
29.99
100 m breaststroke Jenna Laukkanen
  Finland
1:04.56 Moniek Nijhuis
  Netherlands
1:05.21 Viktoriya Zeynep Gunes
  Turkey
1:05.32
200 m breaststroke Fanny Lecluyse
  Belgium
2:18.49 Maria Astashkina
  Russia
2:19.69 Viktoriya Zeynep Gunes
  Turkey
2:19.73
50 m butterfly Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
24.58
CR
Jeanette Ottesen
  Denmark
25.04 Silvia Di Pietro
  Italy
25.26
100 m butterfly Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
55.03
CR
Jeanette Ottesen
  Denmark
55.68 Alexandra Wenk
  Germany
56.43
200 m butterfly Franziska Hentke
  Germany
2:03.01 Lara Grangeon
  France
2:03.85 Alessia Polieri
  Italy
2:04.37
100 m individual medley Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
56.67
WR
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
  United Kingdom
57.65 Marrit Steenbergen
  Netherlands
59.00
200 m individual medley Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
2:02.53
CR
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
  United Kingdom
2:05.13 Louise Hansson
  Sweden
2:07.96
400 m individual medley Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
4:19.75 Hannah Miley
  United Kingdom
4:26.87 Lara Grangeon
  France
4:27.31
4×50 m freestyle relay   Italy
Silvia Di Pietro (24.03)
Erika Ferraioli (23.59)
Aglaia Pezzato (24.14)
Federica Pellegrini (24.29)
1:36.05   Netherlands
Inge Dekker (24.41)
Femke Heemskerk (24.01)
Tamara van Vliet (24.52)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (23.26)
1:36.20   Russia
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (24.40)
Veronika Popova (23.92)
Daria Kartashova (24.19)
Nataliya Lovtsova (24.11)
1:36.62
4×50 m medley relay   Netherlands
Tessa Vermeulen (27.51)
Moniek Nijhuis (29.27)
Inge Dekker (25.10)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (22.97)
1:44.85   Sweden
Louise Hansson (27.23)
Sophie Hansson (29.82)
Sarah Sjöström (24.33)
Magdalena Kuras (23.96)
1:45.34   Italy
Elena Gemo (26.95)
Martina Carraro (30.06)
Silvia Di Pietro (24.98)
Erika Ferraioli (23.74)
1:45.73

Legend: WR - World record; ER - European record; CR - Championship record

Mixed eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×50 m mixed freestyle   Italy
Federico Bocchia (21.58)
Marco Orsi (20.46)
Silvia Di Pietro (23.63)
Erika Ferraioli (23.59)
1:29.26
CR
  Russia
Evgeny Sedov (21.14)
Nikita Konovalov (20.85)
Nataliya Lovtsova (23.63)
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (23.97)
1:29.59   Netherlands
Jesse Puts (21.74)
Ben Schwietert (21.78)
Inge Dekker (23.78)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (22.73)
1:30.03
4×50 m mixed medley   Italy
Simone Sabbioni (23.50)
Fabio Scozzoli (25.99)
Silvia Di Pietro (25.24)
Erika Ferraioli (23.60)
1:38.33
CR
  Russia
Andrei Shabasov (23.52)
Andrei Nikolaev (25.69)
Alina Kashinskaya (25.47)
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (23.68)
1:38.36   Belarus
Pavel Sankovich (23.50)
Ilya Shymanovich (26.64)
Svetlana Khokhlova (25.33)
Aleksandra Gerasimenya (23.56)
1:39.03

Legend: WR - World record; ER - European record; CR - Championship record

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Israel)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Hungary (HUN)113115
2  Italy (ITA)75517
3  Germany (GER)4217
4  Russia (RUS)37717
5  Poland (POL)3227
  Sweden (SWE)3227
7  Great Britain (GBR)27211
8  Netherlands (NED)2349
9  Finland (FIN)2002
10  Belgium (BEL)1315
11  Slovenia (SLO)1001
  Ukraine (UKR)1001
13  Denmark (DEN)0314
14  Israel (ISR)*0213
15  Belarus (BLR)0134
16  France (FRA)0112
17  Iceland (ISL)0022
  Turkey (TUR)0022
19  Croatia (CRO)0011
  Greece (GRE)0011
  Ireland (IRL)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
  Norway (NOR)0011
  Portugal (POR)0011
Totals (24 nations)404141122


Participating nationsEdit

500 swimmers from 48 nations participated at the competition. The only LEN members did not participate are Gibraltar, Monaco, Montenegro and San Marino.[8][9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Netanya (ISR) to host LEN's top s\c showcase in January 2015". Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2015-03-18.
  2. ^ LEN moves 2015 Short Course Europeans to December
  3. ^ a b Lord, Craig (December 6, 2015). "Laszlo Cseh Goes Longer On Longevity With s/c 1:49 Euro Mark & WR-Rattler 200 'Fly". Swimvortex. Archived from the original on 2017-08-19. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  4. ^ Every Moment An Olympic Height: Katinka Hosszu Cracks 400m IM
  5. ^ Keith, Braden (December 4, 2015). "Katinka Hosszu Breaks World Record in 100 IM". Swimswam. Retrieved December 4, 2015.
  6. ^ Keith, Braden (December 4, 2015). "Gregorio Paltrinieri Breaks Oldest World Record on the Books in 1500". Swimswam. Retrieved December 4, 2015.
  7. ^ Grace, Jeff (December 4, 2015). "Cseh Breaks Rogan's 2009 European Record in the Men's 200 IM". Swimswam. Retrieved December 4, 2015.
  8. ^ "Official website". Archived from the original on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 2015-09-23.
  9. ^ Entries Netanya 2015 - Statistics Archived 2015-12-20 at the Wayback Machine.

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