WATCH: Finals Race Video From Day 4 of the 2014 European Championships (Thursday)

  4 Braden Keith | August 21st, 2014 | Europe, European Championships, Featured, International, News

Below, see the finals from Thursday at the 2014 European Championships in Belgium, Germany

Click here for Thursday finals’ full recap.
Click here for Jared Anderson’s 10 big points from Thursday at the European Championships.

Women’s 800 free – FINAL

  1. Jaz Carlin, Great Britain, 8:15.54
  2. Mireia Belmonte, Spain, 8:21.22
  3. Boglarka Kapas, Hungary, 8:22.06

Women’s 200 IM – FINAL

  1. Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 2:08.11
  2. Aimee Willmott, Great Britain, 2:11.44
  3. Lisa Zaiser, Austria, 2:12.17

Men’s 200 breaststroke – FINAL

  1. Marco Koch, Germany, 2:07.47
  2. Ross Murdoch, Great Britain, 2:07.77
  3. Giedrius Titenis, Lithuania, 2:08.93

Men’s 200 fly – FINAL

  1. Viktor Bromer, Denmark, 1:55.29
  2. Bence Biczo, Hungary, 1:55.62
  3. Pawel Korzeniowski, Poland, 1:55.74

Men’s 50 backstroke – FINAL

  1. Vlad Morozov, Russia, 24.64
  2. Jeremy Stravius, France, 24.84
  3. Chris Walker-Hebborn, Great Britain, 25.00

Women’s 100 backstroke – FINAL

  1. (Tie) Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 59.63/Mie Nielsen, Denmark, 59.63
  2. Georgia Davis, Great Britain, 59.74

Women’s 800 free relay – FINAL

  1. Italy, 7:50.53
  2. Sweden, 7:51.03
  3. Hungary, 7:54.23

 

 

 

Comments

  1. nemoswim says:
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    super impressive relay splits! Feel bad I wrote off Sjoestrom as a suit swimmer in 2009, she really has proven herself as one of the best

    • Sean S says:
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      I think she had the benefit of being 16 at the time, so while she may have reached incredible heights in 2009 that she could not have come close to without the floating suits, another 5 years of hard work has taken her to new heights.

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    The Iron Lady of Hungary is incredible

  3. Danjohnrob says:
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    A few thoughts:
    1. I feel sorry for that anchor swimmer from Sweden! As an age-group coach I was always careful not to put the slowest person last for that reason. Ouch! Great job Federica!

    2. There are a LOT of countries with terrific 800 free relays right now!

    3. This is becoming the Hosszu and Sjostrom show! The two of them are in amazing shape for this meet!

    4. This year Europeans seem to be at least equal if not more competitive than Pan Pac’s. It seems like many European nations have much more depth than they used to (Hungary, Sweden, Denmark).

    5. Why couldn’t we have used one of the indoor pools in Australia for Pan Pac’s?! :-(

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