Swimming at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships – Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

The Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2018 European Aquatics Championships was held on 7 August 2018.[1][2]

Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay
at the 2018 European Aquatics Championships
VenueTollcross International Swimming Centre
Dates7 August
Competitors53 from 12 nations
Teams12
Winning time7:51.65
Medalists
gold medal    Great Britain
silver medal    Russia
bronze medal    Germany
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RecordsEdit

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

Team Time Location Date
World record   China 7:42.08 Rome 30 July 2009
European record   Great Britain 7:45.51 Rome 30 July 2009
Championship record   Italy 7:50.53 Berlin 21 August 2014

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 10:00.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 2   Russia Anna Egorova (1:58.98)
Valeriya Salamatina (1:59.43)
Irina Krivonogova (2:00.35)
Arina Openysheva (1:59.14)
7:57.90 Q
2 1 3   Great Britain Kathryn Greenslade (1:59.33)
Ellie Faulkner (1:58.89)
Lucy Hope (2:01.47)
Holly Hibbott (2:01.09)
8:00.78 Q
3 2 7   Germany Reva Foos (1:58.99)
Marie Pietruschka (2:00.53)
Isabel Marie Gose (2:00.60)
Annika Bruhn (2:01.83)
8:01.95 Q
4 1 2   France Margaux Fabre (2:00.20)
Assia Touati (1:59.77)
Alizée Morel (2:00.28)
Marie Wattel (2:03.28)
8:03.53 Q
5 1 4   Spain Melani Costa (2:00.08)
Lidón Muñoz (2:01.99)
Esther Morillo (2:01.55)
África Zamorano (2:00.75)
8:04.37 Q
6 2 1   Denmark Laura Glerup Jensen (2:00.78)
Emily Gantriis (2:00.84)
Maria Grandt (2:03.08)
Helena Rosendahl Bach (1:59.93)
8:04.63 Q
7 1 5   Poland Daniela Georges (2:02.05)
Dominika Kossakowska (2:00.82)
Aleksandra Knop (2:02.04)
Aleksandra Polańska (2:00.90)
8:05.81 Q
8 2 8   Netherlands Robin Neumann (2:00.56)
Esmee Vermeulen (2:00.92)
Loulou Vos (2:03.13)
Marjolein Delno (2:01.22)
8:05.83 Q
9 2 3   Belgium Valentine Dumont (1:59.62)
Juliette Dumont (2:03.65)
Lotte Goris (2:00.81)
Camille Bouden (2:04.51)
8:08.59
10 2 5   Austria Marlene Kahler (2:02.84)
Lena Kreundl (2:01.80)
Lena Opatril (2:02.89)
Cornelia Pammer (2:03.41)
8:10.94
11 2 4   Slovenia Janja Šegel (2:03.53)
Katja Fain (2:03.25)
Neža Klančar (2:04.68)
Sara Račnik (2:03.50)
8:14.96
12 1 7   San Marino Sara Lettoli (2:10.53)
Elisa Bernardi (2:11.92)
Beatrice Felici (2:17.50)
Arianna Valloni (2:11.50)
8:51.45
1 1   Hungary Did not start
1 6    Switzerland
2 6   Italy

FinalEdit

The final was started at 17:49.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  5   Great Britain Ellie Faulkner (1:59.25)
Kathryn Greenslade (1:57.94)
Holly Hibbott (1:58.46)
Freya Anderson (1:56.00)
7:51.65
  4   Russia Valeriya Salamatina (1:58.72)
Anna Egorova (1:58.18)
Arina Openysheva (1:58.48)
Anastasia Guzhenkova (1:57.49)
7:52.87
  3   Germany Reva Foos (1:58.90)
Isabel Marie Gose (1:58.22)
Sarah Köhler (1:58.99)
Annika Bruhn (1:57.65)
7:53.76
4 6   France Marie Wattel (1:59.72)
Charlotte Bonnet (1:56.23)
Margaux Fabre (1:58.67)
Assia Touati (1:59.24)
7:53.86
5 2   Spain Melani Costa (1:58.55)
África Zamorano (2:00.85)
Esther Morillo (2:01.17)
Lidón Muñoz (2:01.47)
8:02.04
6 8   Netherlands Robin Neumann (2:00.65)
Esmee Vermeulen (2:01.10)
Loulou Vos (2:00.52)
Marjolein Delno (2:00.67)
8:02.94
7 7   Denmark Laura Glerup Jensen (2:00.27)
Signe Bro (2:03.25)
Emily Gantriis (2:00.48)
Helena Rosendahl Bach (2:00.43)
8:04.43
8 1   Poland Daniela Georges (2:01.92)
Dominika Kossakowska (2:00.98)
Aleksandra Knop (2:01.29)
Aleksandra Polańska (2:00.32)
8:04.51

ReferencesEdit