European Short Course Swimming Championships 1999 - Medal Summary - Women's Events

Women's Events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
24.09
WR
Anna-Karin Kammerling

Sue Rolph
24.90
100 m freestyle Therese Alshammar
52.80
WR
Sue Rolph
53.26 Sandra Völker
53.34
200 m freestyle Martina Moravcová
1:56.28 Josefin Lillhage
1:57.15 Natalya Baranovskaya
1:57.33
400 m freestyle Yana Klochkova
4:05.12 Natalya Baranovskaya
4:06.13 Silvia Szalai
4:06.48
800 m freestyle Yana Klochkova
8:22.37 Flavia Rigamonti
8:25.82 Jana Henke
8:28.89
50 m backstroke Sandra Völker
27.31 Nina Zhivanevskaya
28.24 Antje Buschschulte
28.35
100 m backstroke Nina Zhivanevskaya
59.87 Antje Buschschulte
1:00.08 Sarah Price
1:00.88
200 m backstroke Antje Buschschulte
2.08.11 Nina Zhivanevskaya
2.09.47 Nicole Hetzer
2.09.62
50 m breaststroke Zoë Baker
31.40 Ágnes Kovács
31.49 Janne Schaefer
31.95
100 m breaststroke Brigitte Becue
1:08.15 Ágnes Kovács
1:08.30 Emma Igelström
1:08.74
200 m breaststroke Anne Poleska
2:24.78 Ágnes Kovács
2:25.41 Brigitte Becue
2:26.82
50 m butterfly Anna-Karin Kammerling
25.64
WR
Johanna Sjöberg
26.42 Nicola Jackson
27.17
100 m butterfly Johanna Sjöberg
57.73 Mette Jacobsen
59.11 Sophia Skou
59.80
200 m butterfly Mette Jacobsen
2:06.87 Johanna Sjöberg
2:08.62 Sophia Skou
2:09.33
100 m individual medley Martina Moravcová
1:00.78 Annika Mehlhorn
1:01.82 Nataša Kejžar
1:02.16
200 m individual medley Yana Klochkova
2:09.08
ER
Martina Moravcová
2:09.25 Sue Rolph
2:11.29
400 m individual medley Yana Klochkova
4:34.07 Nicole Hetzer
4:37.47 Hana Černá
4:37.74
4×50 m freestyle relay Sweden
1:38.45
WBT
Germany
1:39.21 Great Britain
1:39.93
4×50 m medley relay Sweden
1:49.47
WBT
Germany
1:49.87 Great Britain
1:51.64

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