2016 European Championships: Day 2 Finals Photo Vault

2016 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Monday, May 16th – Sunday, May 22nd
  • Prelims: 10:00 AM (London Time) / 5:00 AM (Eastern Time)
  • Finals: 6:00 PM (London Time) / 1:00 PM (Eastern Time)
  • London Aquatics Center, London, UK
  • Meet Central
  • Psych Sheet
  • Live Results
  • Live Stream

All photos courtesy of  Peter Sukenik – petersukenik.com.

 

 

 

Andriy Govorov taking off on his way to the 50 fly title at the European Championships.

Andriy Govorov taking off on his way to the 50 fly title at the European Championships.

 

Andriy Govorov handily won the 50 fly at the 2016 Euros.

Andriy Govorov handily won the 50 fly at the 2016 Euros.

Govorov was victorious in the 50 fly in London, the only swimmer under 23 seconds.

Govorov was victorious in the 50 fly in London, the only swimmer under 23 seconds.

Camille Lacourt walking out to the 100 back final in London.

Camille Lacourt walking out to the 100 back final in London.

Lacourt went out hard and held on to win the 100 back.

Lacourt went out hard and held on to win the 100 back.

Camille Lacourt stroking to the win in the men's 100 back.

Camille Lacourt stroking to the win in the men’s 100 back.

Camille Lacourt shows some emotion after winning the 100 back in London.

Camille Lacourt shows some emotion after winning the 100 back in London.

Lacourt was clearly elated with his 100 back win.

Lacourt was clearly elated with his 100 back win.

Sarah Sjostrom taking off in the women's 50 fly final.

Sarah Sjostrom taking off in the women’s 50 fly final.

Sjostrom was victorious in the 50 fly as the only woman to break 25 seconds.

Sjostrom was victorious in the 50 fly as the only woman to break 25 seconds.

Sarah Sjostrom won the 50 fly in London.

Sarah Sjostrom won the 50 fly in London.

Sarah Sjostrom touches the wall in the women's 50 fly final.

Sarah Sjostrom touches the wall in the women’s 50 fly final.

World record holder Sarah Sjostrom had no problem winning the 50 fly at the European Championships.

World record holder Sarah Sjostrom had no problem winning the 50 fly at the European Championships.

Adam Peaty dominated the men's 100 breast in London.

Adam Peaty dominated the men’s 100 breast in London.

Peaty touches the wall well ahead of his competitors.

Peaty touches the wall well ahead of his competitors.

Peaty cruises to victory in men's 100 breast.

Peaty cruises to victory in men’s 100 breast.

Adam Peaty swam the third fastest 100 breast of his career to win the Euro title.

Adam Peaty swam the third fastest 100 breast of his career to win the Euro title.

Adam Peaty stroking to the 100 breaststroke win in London.

Adam Peaty stroking to the 100 breaststroke win in London.

Adam Peaty in the 100 breaststroke.

Adam Peaty in the 100 breaststroke.

Adam Peaty walks out for the 100 breaststroke final in London.

Adam Peaty walks out for the 100 breaststroke final in London.

Katinka Hosszu was happy with her win in the 200 back.

Katinka Hosszu was happy with her win in the 200 back.

Katinka Hosszu celebrates her 200 back victory in London.

Katinka Hosszu celebrates her 200 back victory in London.

Katinka Hosszu preparing for the 200 back final at the European Championships.

Katinka Hosszu preparing for the 200 back final at the European Championships.

Hosszu stroking to victory in the women's 200 back.

Hosszu stroking to victory in the women’s 200 back.

Hosszu held off Daryna Zevina over the final 50 to win gold in the 200 back.

Hosszu held off Daryna Zevina over the final 50 to win gold in the 200 back.

Hosszu celebrates her 200 back victory.

Hosszu celebrates her 200 back victory.

Katinka Hosszu in the 200 back final in London.

Katinka Hosszu in the 200 back final in London.

Katinka Hosszu competes in the 200 back final.

Katinka Hosszu competes in the 200 back final.

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The venue for the European Championships in London.

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James Sutherland

James is currently a university swimmer for the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. He is studying economics. Along with swimming, he also loves hockey. He's in his 14th season as a competitive swimmer. Best Times - SCM (LCM) 50 FR - 24.56 (25.12) 100 FR - 53.58 (56.70) 200 FR - 1:56.07 (2:04.29) 1500 …

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