2000 European Aquatics Championships - Swimming - Women's Events

Women's Events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
Wilma van Hofwegen
Olga Mukomol
100 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
Martina Moravcová
Mette Jacobsen
200 m freestyle Natalya Baranovskaya
Martina Moravcová
Camelia Potec
400 m freestyle Yana Klochkova
Natalya Baranovskaya
Camelia Potec
800 m freestyle Flavia Rigamonti
Chantal Strasser
Kirsten Vlieghuis
50 m backstroke Nina Zhivanevskaya
Diana Mocanu
Ilona Hlaváčková
100 m backstroke Nina Zhivanevskaya
Diana Mocanu
Louise Ørnstedt
200 m backstroke Nina Zhivanevskaya
Diana Mocanu
Antje Buschschulte
50 m breaststroke Ágnes Kovács
Zoë Baker
Sylvia Gerasch
100 m breaststroke Ágnes Kovács
Sylvia Gerasch
Svetlana Bondarenko
200 m breaststroke Beatrice Căslaru
Ágnes Kovács
Karine Bremond
50 m butterfly Anna-Karin Kammerling
Karen Egdal
Martina Moravcová
100 m butterfly Martina Moravcová
Otylia Jędrzejczak
Johanna Sjöberg
200 m butterfly Otylia Jędrzejczak
Mette Jacobsen
Mireia García
200 m individual medley Yana Klochkova

Beatrice Căslaru

None Sue Rolph
400 m individual medley Yana Klochkova
Beatrice Căslaru
Yseult Gervy
4×100 m freestyle relay Sweden
Louise Jöhncke
Johanna Sjöberg
Anna-Karin Kammerling
Therese Alshammar
Italy
Luisa Striani
Sara Parise
Cecilia Vianini
Cristina Chiuso
Belgium
Nina van Koeckhoven
Liesbet Dreesen
Sofie Goffin
Tine Bossuyt
4×200 m freestyle relay Romania
Camelia Potec
Simona Păduraru
Ioana Diaconescu
Beatrice Căslaru
Italy
Luisa Striani
Cecilia Vianini
Sara Parise
Sara Goffi
France
Solenne Figuès
Laetitia Choux
Katarine Quelennec
Alicia Bozon
4×100 m medley relay Sweden
Therese Alshammar
Emma Igelström
Johanna Sjöberg
Louise Jöhncke
Belgium
Sofie Wolfs
Brigitte Becue
Fabienne Dufour
Nina van Koeckhoven
Romania
Raluca Udroiu
Beatrice Căslaru
Diana Mocanu
Camelia Potec

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