Swimming at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships – Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

The Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2018 European Aquatics Championships was held on 3 August 2018.[1][2]

Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships
VenueTollcross International Swimming Centre
Dates3 August
Competitors58 from 13 nations
Teams13
Winning time3:34.65
Medalists
gold medal    France
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Denmark
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RecordsEdit

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

Team Time Location Date
World record   Australia 3:30.05 Gold Coast 5 April 2018
European record   Netherlands 3:31.72 Rome 26 July 2009
Championship record   Netherlands 3:33.62 Eindhoven 18 March 2008

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 11:01.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 6   Netherlands Kim Busch (55.42)
Kira Toussaint (54.93)
Marjolein Delno (55.17)
Femke Heemskerk (52.78)
3:38.30 Q
2 2 3   Italy Giada Galizi (55.37)
Federica Pellegrini (53.73)
Laura Letrari (54.65)
Erika Ferraioli (54.89)
3:38.64 Q
3 1 3   France Béryl Gastaldello (54.70)
Margaux Fabre (54.55)
Anouchka Martin (55.33)
Assia Touati (54.55)
3:39.13 Q
4 2 5   Russia Arina Openysheva (54.90)
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (54.91)
Valeriya Salamatina (54.87)
Viktoriya Andreyeva (54.80)
3:39.48 Q
5 1 5    Switzerland Maria Ugolkova (54.81)
Alexandra Touretski (55.29)
Nina Kost (55.01)
Noémi Girardet (54.89)
3:40.00 Q
6 1 7   Germany Annika Bruhn (54.69)
Reva Foos (54.53)
Johanna Roas (54.99)
Marie Pietruschka (55.84)
3:40.05 Q
7 2 4   Great Britain Lucy Hope (56.61)
Anna Hopkin (54.55)
Ellie Faulkner (55.46)
Freya Anderson (53.56)
3:40.18 Q
8 1 6   Denmark Mie Nielsen (55.44)
Julie Kepp Jensen (55.29)
Emily Gantriis (55.96)
Signe Bro (54.59)
3:41.28 Q
8 2 1   Poland Katarzyna Wasick (55.18)
Alicja Tchórz (55.09)
Aleksandra Polańska (55.74)
Anna Dowgiert (55.27)
3:41.28 Q
10 2 2   Sweden Louise Hansson (55.57)
Ida Lindborg (55.73)
Sara Junevik (56.49)
Magdalena Kuras (55.38)
3:43.17
11 1 1   Israel Andrea Murez (55.12)
Anastasia Gorbenko (55.25)
Amit Ivry (57.33)
Lea Polonsky (57.89)
3:45.59
12 2 7   Turkey Ekaterina Avramova (56.24)
Selen Özbilen (56.43)
Sezin Eligül (57.21)
Zehra Duru Bilgin (58.56)
3:48.44
13 1 2   Estonia Kertu Ly Alnek (56.73)
Kertu Kaare (58.61)
Margaret Markvardt (57.78)
Aleksa Gold (56.55)
3:49.67

FinalEdit

The final was held at 18:01.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  3   France Marie Wattel (54.35)
Charlotte Bonnet (52.20)
Margaux Fabre (54.41)
Béryl Gastaldello (53.69)
3:34.65
  4   Netherlands Kim Busch (54.75)
Femke Heemskerk (52.33)
Kira Toussaint (54.47)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (53.22)
3:34.77
  0   Denmark Pernille Blume (52.83)
Signe Bro (54.59)
Julie Kepp Jensen (55.19)
Mie Nielsen (54.42)
3:37.03 NR
4 1   Great Britain Anna Hopkin (54.94)
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor (54.15)
Ellie Faulkner (54.95)
Freya Anderson (53.22)
3:37.26
5 5   Italy Giada Galizi (54.92)
Erika Ferraioli (54.76)
Laura Letrari (54.84)
Federica Pellegrini (53.59)
3:38.11
6 6   Russia Maria Kameneva (54.19)
Arina Openysheva (54.60)
Valeriya Salamatina (55.08)
Viktoriya Andreyeva (54.78)
3:38.65
7 2    Switzerland Maria Ugolkova (54.86)
Alexandra Touretski (54.64)
Nina Kost (54.42)
Noémi Girardet (54.93)
3:38.85
8 7   Germany Annika Bruhn (54.57)
Reva Foos (54.83)
Johanna Roas (54.93)
Marie Pietruschka (55.04)
3:39.37
9 8   Poland Katarzyna Wasick (54.91)
Alicja Tchórz (55.53)
Aleksandra Polańska (55.60)
Anna Dowgiert (54.90)
3:40.94

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