Swimming at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships – Mixed 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

The Mixed 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2018 European Aquatics Championships was held on 8 August 2018.[1][2]

Mixed 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships
VenueTollcross International Swimming Centre
Dates8 August
Competitors76 from 15 nations
Teams15
Winning time3:22.07
Medalists
gold medal    France
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Russia
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RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

Team Time Location Date
World record   United States 3:19.60 Budapest 29 July 2017
European record   Netherlands 3:21.81 Budapest 29 July 2017
Championship record   Netherlands 3:23.64 London 20 May 2016

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Nation Time Record
8 August Final   France 3:22.07 CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 10:01.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 4   Russia Danila Izotov (48.90)
Vladislav Grinev (48.10)
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (55.21)
Arina Openysheva (54.94)
3:27.15 Q
2 1 3   Netherlands Kyle Stolk (49.57)
Stan Pijnenburg (48.65)
Kira Toussaint (54.60)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (54.37)
3:27.19 Q
3 2 1   France Jérémy Stravius (48.94)
Maxime Grousset (48.93)
Margaux Fabre (54.77)
Béryl Gastaldello (54.76)
3:27.40 Q
4 1 5   Italy Lorenzo Zazzeri (50.09)
Alessandro Miressi (48.24)
Giada Galizi (54.70)
Erika Ferraioli (54.92)
3:27.95 Q
5 1 4   Germany Damian Wierling (49.20)
Christoph Fildebrandt (49.37)
Reva Foos (54.37)
Marie Pietruschka (55.23)
3:28.17 Q
6 2 7   Israel David Gamburg (50.35)
Ziv Kalontarov (49.05)
Anastasia Gorbenko (56.68)
Andrea Murez (54.37)
3:30.45 Q
7 1 6   Hungary Richárd Bohus (50.12)
Maxim Lobanovszkij (49.01)
Evelyn Verrasztó (55.06)
Liliána Szilágyi (56.61)
3:30.80 Q
8 1 1   Poland Kacper Majchrzak (49.30)
Jakub Kraska (49.31)
Dominika Kossakowska (56.36)
Aleksandra Polańska (56.39)
3:31.36 Q
9 1 2   Sweden Christoffer Carlsen (49.21)
Isak Eliasson (49.91)
Ida Lindborg (55.97)
Magdalena Kuras (56.31)
3:31.40
10 2 5   Belgium Jasper Aerents (49.89)
Emmanuel Vanluchene (49.34)
Juliette Dumont (56.64)
Lotte Goris (55.89)
3:31.76
11 2 6   Austria Alexander Trampitsch (49.73)
Bernhard Reitshammer (49.19)
Lena Kreundl (56.02)
Cornelia Pammer (56.99)
3:31.93
12 2 3   Norway Markus Lie (49.95)
Niksa Stojkovski (49.80)
Susann Bjørnsen (57.05)
Emilie Løvberg (57.78)
3:34.58
13 2 8   Turkey Yalım Acımış (50.99)
Kemal Arda Gürdal (50.11)
Selen Özbilen (56.40)
Ekaterina Avramova (58.03)
3:35.53
14 2 2   Estonia Marko-Matteus Langel (51.85)
Nikita Tsernosev (50.54)
Kertu Ly Alnek (56.59)
Aleksa Gold (57.29)
3:36.27
15 1 7   Latvia Ģirts Feldbergs (51.74)
Daniils Bobrovs (52.88)
Ieva Maļuka (57.17)
Gabriela Ņikitina (56.99)
3:38.78

FinalEdit

The final was started at 17:45.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  3   France Jérémy Stravius (48.81)
Mehdy Metella (47.45)
Marie Wattel (53.47)
Charlotte Bonnet (52.34)
3:22.07 CR
  5   Netherlands Nyls Korstanje (49.40)
Stan Pijnenburg (48.74)
Femke Heemskerk (52.62)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (53.21)
3:23.97
  4   Russia Kliment Kolesnikov (48.45)
Vladislav Grinev (47.69)
Maria Kameneva (53.90)
Arina Openysheva (54.46)
3:24.50 NR
4 6   Italy Luca Dotto (49.23)
Alessandro Miressi (47.38)
Giada Galizi (54.69)
Federica Pellegrini (53.64)
3:24.94
5 2   Germany Damian Wierling (49.45)
Christoph Fildebrandt (49.12)
Reva Foos (54.50)
Annika Bruhn (53.52)
3:26.59
6 1   Hungary Nándor Németh (48.82)
Dominik Kozma (48.27)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (56.53)
Evelyn Verrasztó (55.68)
3:29.30
7 8   Poland Jan Świtkowski (50.24)
Kacper Majchrzak (49.22)
Alicja Tchórz (56.13)
Katarzyna Wasick (54.03)
3:29.62 NR
8 7   Israel David Gamburg (50.34)
Ziv Kalontarov (49.34)
Andrea Murez (54.87)
Anastasia Gorbenko (55.18)
3:29.73

ReferencesEdit