Previews & Recaps
The 2022 European Championships wrapped up tonight from Rome, Italy but not before the host nation sealed its spot atop the overall swimming medal table.
After resetting her best time from 2013 in the semis, Ruta Meilutyte has the chance to reclaim the European title in the women’s 50 breaststroke.
19-year-old Antonio Djakovic snagged 400m free silver tonight in Rome, establishing a new Swiss national record in the process.
British sprinting ace Ben Proud just became the first man ever to become World, Commonwealth and European champion in the same year.
The final prelims session is the shortest session of the meet, featuring only the women’s 400 free and men’s 400 free individually.
Those races include finals of the men’s 200 fly, women’s 50 free, men’s 50 breast, women’s 200 IM, men’s 1500 free, women’s 100 back, and mixed 4×200 relay.
Popovici is the first swimmer to break 1:43 in the 200 free in a textile suit, blasting a blistering 1:42.97 at the European Championships.
Gregorio Paltrinieri comments on young Italian talent Lorenzo Galossi, after the 16-year-old won bronze in the men’s 800m free in Rome
Italian Nicolo Martinenghi, just after won gold medal in 100m breast at the 2022 European Championship speaks about his new goals
Hungarian Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu speaks about striving for 100 international medals total in her career and her legacy.
Hear from the Italian men’s 400 medley relay who set a championship record to close out Euros 2022, as well as the other medal winners from the final day.
L’Italia del nuoto è Campione D’Europa 2022. Con un totale di 51 medaglie, l’Italianuoto batte ogni record di medaglie e di ori.
The quartet tore to victory in the final event – the men’s 4×100 medley relay, taking down the Championship Record in the process.
The French squad teamed up for a 3:56.36, decimating the previous French Record of 3:59.85, which was set at the 2018 European Championships.
la staffetta 4×100 mista maschile è oro europeo con il nuovo primato dei campionati in 3:28.46 davanti a Francia e Austria