European Junior Swimming Championships

The European Junior Swimming Championships is an annual swimming competition for European swimmers organized by the Ligue Européenne de Natation and held over five days.[1] The competitor age for females was 15 to 16 years; for males it is 17 to 18 years until 2015.[1] From 2016 the competitor age is for females 14 to 17 years and for males 15 to 18 years.[2]

HistoryEdit

Until 1989 the European Junior Diving Championships was held together with European Junior Swimming Championships, and even since then has sometimes been co-hosted with the European Junior Swimming Championships, for example in Palma de Mallorca in 2006.

A stand-alone European Junior Swimming Championships was not held in 2015; instead the junior swimming events formed the bulk aquatics program at the 2015 European Games. European Games champions and medalists for that year were simultaneously treated as champions and medalists of the European Junior Swimming Championships for the purposes of 2015.

VenuesEdit

Number Year Host City Country Date
1 1967 Linköping   Sweden 13–15 August
2 1969 Vienna   Austria 15–17 August
3 1971 Rotterdam   Netherlands 12–15 August
4 1973 Leeds   Great Britain 8–11 August
5 1975 Geneva    Switzerland 7–10 August
6 1976 Oslo   Norway 5–8 August
7 1978 Florence   Italy 27–30 July
8 1980 Skövde   Sweden 7–10 August
9 1982 Innsbruck   Austria 26–29 August
10 1983 Mulhouse   France 5–8 August
11 1984 Luxembourg City   Luxembourg 26–29 July
12 1985 Geneva    Switzerland 25–28 July
13 1986 West Berlin 25–27 July
14 1987 Rome   Italy 23–26 July
15 1988 Amersfoort   Netherlands 28–31 July
16 1989 Leeds   Great Britain 28–30 July
17 1990 Dunkirk   France 26–29 July
18 1991 Antwerp   Belgium 1–4 August
19 1992 Leeds   Great Britain 13–16 August
20 1993 Istanbul   Turkey 8–11 July
21 1994 Pardubice   Czech Republic 4–7 August
22 1995 Geneva    Switzerland 19–22 July
23 1996 Copenhagen   Denmark 7–10 August
24 1997 Glasgow   Great Britain 31 July – 3 August
25 1998 Antwerp   Belgium 30 July – 2 August
26 1999 Moscow   Russia 14–17 July
27 2000 Dunkirk   France 27–30 July
28 2001 Malta   Malta 5–8 July
29 2002 Linz   Austria 11–14 July
30 2003 Glasgow   Great Britain 31 July – 3 August
31 2004 Lisbon   Portugal 15–18 July
32 2005 Budapest   Hungary 14–17 July
33 2006 Palma de Mallorca   Spain 6–9 July
34 2007 Antwerp   Belgium 18–22 July
35 2008 Belgrade   Serbia 30 July – 3 August
36 2009 Prague   Czech Republic 8–12 July
37 2010 Helsinki   Finland 14–18 July
38 2011 Belgrade   Serbia 6–10 July
39 2012 Antwerp   Belgium 4–8 July
40 2013 Poznań   Poland 10–14 July
41 2014 Dordrecht   Netherlands 9–13 July
42 2015* Baku   Azerbaijan 23–27 June
43 2016 Hódmezővásárhely   Hungary 6–10 July
44 2017 Netanya   Israel 28 June – 2 July
45 2018 Helsinki   Finland 4–8 July
46 2019 Kazan   Russia 3–7 July
47 2020 Aberdeen   Great Britain 8–12 July Cancelled
48 2021 Rome   Italy 6–11 July

Championships recordsEdit

All records were set in finals unless noted otherwise. All times are swum in a long-course (50m) pool.

MenEdit

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m freestyle 21.83 Artem Selin   Germany 7 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [3]
100m freestyle 47.30 David Popovici   Romania 8 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [4]
200m freestyle 1:45.26 sf David Popovici   Romania 9 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [5]
400m freestyle 3:46.26 Yannick Agnel   France 14 July 2010 2010 Championships Helsinki, Finland
800m freestyle 7:51.20 Yiğit Aslan   Turkey 11 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [6]
1500m freestyle 15:01.59 Kirill Martynychev   Russia 4 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [7]
50m backstroke 24.52 Kliment Kolesnikov   Russia 7 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [8]
100m backstroke 53.52 = Kliment Kolesnikov   Russia 5 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [9]
100m backstroke 53.52 = Daniel Martin   Romania 5 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [10]
200m backstroke 1:55.83 Kliment Kolesnikov   Russia 7 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [11]
50m breaststroke 27.23 h Nicolò Martinenghi   Italy 30 June 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [12]
100m breaststroke 59.23 Nicolò Martinenghi   Italy 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [13]
200m breaststroke 2:10.71 Dániel Gyurta   Hungary 18 July 2007 2007 Championships Antwerp, Belgium
50m butterfly 23.48 Noè Ponti    Switzerland 3 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [14]
100m butterfly 51.35 Egor Kuimov   Russia 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [15]
200m butterfly 1:53.79 Kristóf Milák   Hungary 30 June 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [16]
200m individual medley 1:59.17 Thomas Dean   Great Britain 6 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [17]
400m individual medley 4:14.65 Semen Makovich   Russia 14 July 2013 2013 Championships Poznań, Poland
4×100m freestyle relay 3:16.58   Italy 12 July 2009 2009 Championships Prague, Czech Republic
4×200m freestyle relay 7:15.46
  Hungary 30 June 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [18]
4×100m medley relay 3:35.24   Italy 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [19]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by LEN; WRWorld record; EREuropean record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

WomenEdit

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m freestyle 24.87 Daria Tatarinova   Russia 11 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [20]
100m freestyle 53.97 Marrit Steenbergen   Netherlands 24 June 2015 2015 Championships Baku, Azerbaijan [21]
200m freestyle 1:57.51 Isabel Gose   Germany 6 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [22]
400m freestyle 4:05.89 Ajna Késely   Hungary 5 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [23]
800m freestyle 8:21.91 Merve Tuncel   Turkey 7 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [24]
1500m freestyle 15:55.23 Merve Tuncel   Turkey 10 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [25]
50m backstroke 27.82 Daria Vaskina   Russia 5 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [26]
100m backstroke 59.62 Polina Egorova   Russia 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [27]
200m backstroke 2:08.97 Polina Egorova   Russia 29 June 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [28]
50m breaststroke 29.75 h Benedetta Pilato   Italy 6 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [29]
100m breaststroke 1:05.48 Rūta Meilutytė   Lithuania 14 July 2013 2013 Championships Poznań, Poland
200m breaststroke 2:21.07 sf Evgenia Chikunova   Russia 4 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [30]
50m butterfly 26.14 Daria Klepikova   Russia 10 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [31]
100m butterfly 57.39 Anastasiya Shkurdai   Belarus 6 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [32]
200m butterfly 2:08.41 Anastasiia Markova   Russia 8 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [33]
200m individual medley 2:13.03 Ilaria Cusinato   Italy 10 July 2016 2016 Championships Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [34]
400m individual medley 4:40.64 Alba Vazquez   Spain 3 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [35]
4×100m freestyle relay 3:40.10   Russia 10 July 2021 2021 Championships Rome, Italy [36]
4×200m freestyle relay 7:58.99
  Hungary 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Netanya, Israel [37]
4×100m medley relay 4:01.83   Russia 5 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [38]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by LEN; WRWorld record; EREuropean record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

MixedEdit

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
4×100m freestyle relay 3:28.43
  Germany 4 July 2019 2019 Championships Kazan, Russia [39]
4×100m medley relay 3:47.99   Russia 7 July 2018 2018 Championships Helsinki, Finland [40]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by LEN; WRWorld record; EREuropean record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

All-time medal tableEdit

(updated after the 2011 edition)

  • Medals earned in swimming and diving
Rank Country       Total
1   Russia 205 181 138 522
2   East Germany 198 148 131 477
3   Germany 184 165 147 496
4   Soviet Union 1980–1991 135 109 83 327
5   Hungary 121 113 89 323
6   Italy 116 145 149 410
7   Ukraine 103 80 74 257
8   Great Britain 79 122 132 333
9   France 44 65 78 187
10   Poland 39 38 56 133
11   West Germany 36 46 70 152
12   Netherlands 36 46 46 128
13   Romania 36 44 53 133
14   Spain 35 30 28 93
15   Sweden 29 44 66 139
16   Austria 15 6 10 31
17   Greece 12 9 35 55
18   Croatia 10 9 10 29
19   Czechoslovakia 9 10 9 28
20   Belarus 8 12 17 37
21   Slovenia 8 7 7 22
22   Denmark 6 13 9 28
23   Czech Republic 6 5 10 21
24   Serbia 6 3 0 9
25   Finland 5 15 10 30
26   Belgium 5 11 12 28
27   Yugoslavia 5 10 4 19
28   Ireland 5 1 2 8
29   Portugal 4 8 10 22
30   Bulgaria 4 8 2 14
31   Turkey 4 3 5 12
32   Israel 3 5 10 18
33   Lithuania 3 0 3 6
34   Faroe Islands 3 0 0 3
35    Switzerland 2 1 3 6
36   Luxembourg 2 1 0 3
37   Iceland 1 5 1 7
38   North Macedonia 1 3 2 6
39   Norway 0 4 3 7
40   Estonia 0 2 3 5
41   Slovakia 0 1 3 4
42   Cyprus 0 0 1 1
  Latvia 0 0 1 1
Totale 1468 1473 1468 4409

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