Swimming at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships – Women's 200 metre freestyle

The Women's 200 metre freestyle competition of the 2018 European Aquatics Championships was held on 5 and 6 August 2018.[1][2]

Women's 200 metre freestyle
at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships
VenueTollcross International Swimming Centre
Dates5 August (heats and semifinals)
6 August (final)
Competitors53 from 24 nations
Winning time1:54.95
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.

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record
European record
Federica Pellegrini   Italy 1:52.98 Rome 29 July 2009
Championship record Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 1:55.30 London 19 May 2016

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
6 August Final Charlotte Bonnet   France 1:54.95 CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started on 5 August at 10:11.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 4 Femke Heemskerk   Netherlands 1:58.14 Q
2 6 4 Charlotte Bonnet   France 1:58.30 Q
3 4 6 Anastasia Guzhenkova   Russia 1:58.81 Q
4 4 5 Holly Hibbott   Great Britain 1:58.92 Q
5 4 7 Melani Costa   Spain 1:59.01 Q
6 5 2 Reva Foos   Germany 1:59.03 Q
7 4 4 Ellie Faulkner   Great Britain 1:59.19 Q
8 6 6 Kathryn Greenslade   Great Britain 1:59.26
9 5 3 Isabel Gose   Germany 1:59.27 Q
10 5 6 Valentine Dumont   Belgium 1:59.30 Q
11 6 3 Margaux Fabre   France 1:59.32 Q
12 5 7 Maria Ugolkova    Switzerland 1:59.37 Q
13 4 3 Valeriya Salamatina   Russia 1:59.47 Q
14 5 5 Viktoriya Andreyeva   Russia 1:59.80
15 2 2 Daniela Georges   Poland 1:59.87 Q
16 6 7 Robin Neumann   Netherlands 1:59.91 Q
17 6 2 Irina Krivonogova   Russia 2:00.12
18 4 2 Annika Bruhn   Germany 2:00.22
19 3 7 Lotte Goris   Belgium 2:00.34 Q
20 6 1 Marie Pietruschka   Germany 2:00.50
21 3 6 Noémi Girardet    Switzerland 2:00.64 QSO
21 3 2 Janja Šegel   Slovenia 2:00.64 QSO
23 4 1 Signe Bro   Denmark 2:00.97
24 6 0 Marjolein Delno   Netherlands 2:01.12
24 5 9 Laura Jensen   Denmark 2:01.12
26 5 1 Lucy Hope   Great Britain 2:01.54
27 3 4 África Zamorano   Spain 2:01.64
28 4 9 Hanna Eriksson   Sweden 2:01.66
29 2 5 Aleksandra Polańska   Poland 2:01.92
30 6 8 Stefania Pirozzi   Italy 2:01.95
31 2 3 Marlene Kahler   Austria 2:02.02
32 1 4 Lena Kreundl   Austria 2:02.10
33 3 0 Dominika Kossakowska   Poland 2:02.69
34 2 7 Emily Gantriis   Denmark 2:02.78
35 2 4 Monique Olivier   Luxembourg 2:02.95
36 1 6 Laura Benková   Slovakia 2:02.96
37 4 8 Aleksandra Knop   Poland 2:02.99
38 4 0 Loulou Vos   Netherlands 2:03.05
39 5 0 Esther Morillo   Spain 2:03.09
40 1 2 Kertu Alnek   Estonia 2:03.10
41 3 1 Julia Hassler   Liechtenstein 2:03.11
41 3 8 Diana Duares   Portugal 2:03.11
43 2 1 Maria Grandt   Denmark 2:03.59
43 3 3 Katja Fain   Slovenia 2:03.59
45 3 5 Neža Klančar   Slovenia 2:03.67
46 2 0 Ieva Maļuka   Latvia 2:03.71
47 2 9 Lena Opatril   Austria 2:03.72
48 2 8 Leoni Richter    Switzerland 2:03.83
49 2 6 Selen Özbilen   Turkey 2:07.18
50 1 5 Fatima Alkaramova   Azerbaijan 2:07.93
51 1 3 Sara Lettoli   San Marino 2:08.12
52 1 7 Elisa Bernardi   San Marino 2:10.82
53 1 1 Nikol Merizaj   Albania 2:12.28
3 9 Aleksa Gold   Estonia Did not start
6 9 Louise Hansson   Sweden

Swim-offEdit

The swim-off was held on 5 August at 11:09.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Janja Šegel   Slovenia 2:00.18 Q
2 5 Noémi Girardet    Switzerland 2:01.27

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were started on 5 August at 18:36.[5]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Charlotte Bonnet   France 1:58.12 Q
2 7 Valeriya Salamatina   Russia 1:58.37 Q
3 5 Holly Hibbott   Great Britain 1:58.46 Q
4 6 Isabel Gose   Germany 1:58.76 Q
5 3 Reva Foos   Germany 1:59.04
6 2 Margaux Fabre   France 1:59.66
7 1 Robin Neumann   Netherlands 2:00.39
8 8 Janja Šegel   Slovenia 2:00.98

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Femke Heemskerk   Netherlands 1:57.64 Q
2 5 Anastasia Guzhenkova   Russia 1:58.18 Q
3 3 Melani Costa   Spain 1:58.53 Q
4 6 Ellie Faulkner   Great Britain 1:58.71 Q
5 2 Valentine Dumont   Belgium 1:58.89
6 7 Maria Ugolkova    Switzerland 1:59.43
7 1 Daniela Georges   Poland 2:00.43
8 8 Lotte Goris   Belgium 2:00.69

FinalEdit

The final was started on 6 August at 18:02.[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Charlotte Bonnet   France 1:54.95 CR
  4 Femke Heemskerk   Netherlands 1:56.72
  3 Anastasia Guzhenkova   Russia 1:56.77
4 1 Ellie Faulkner   Great Britain 1:58.26
5 8 Isabel Gose   Germany 1:58.42
6 6 Valeriya Salamatina   Russia 1:58.63
7 2 Holly Hibbott   Great Britain 1:58.64
8 7 Melani Costa   Spain 1:58.84

ReferencesEdit