Spain’s Mireia Belmonte Garcia won two medals on the final day of Euros. Watch both her 200 fly win and her 400 free bronze medal effort.
Fran Halsall won gold in the women’s 50 free to cap off a dominating week for the Brits. Great Britain led all of Europe with 9 gold medals in the pool and 24 total pieces of hardware.
Fran Halsall started off the final night of competition in Berlin by taking gold in the women’s 50 freestyle…
Mireia Belmonte Garcia will race for gold in the 400 meter freestyle today, though she will also have the final of the 200 butterfly right before to consider as well.
Mireia Belmonte, the day after her grandmother died, won the women’s 1500 free and broke the Meet Record in the process.
Ruta Meilutyte was somehow faster in the 50 breaststroke after getting off of a trans-continental flight. That and more in our 9 Big Things.
Laszlo Cseh was one of 4 Hungarian medalists on day 6, the most of any nation for that session.
Mireia Belmonte Garcia took the first event of the evening winning the 1500 freestyle in a new championship record time…
Vlad Morozov won the 50 back already this week, and he’ll take to the pool for his signature 50 free for Russia this morning.
The fifth day of the 2014 European Championships featured the 800 freestyle final, 100 butterfly semi-final, 100 freestyle final, 200…
Florent Manaudou of France was the only swimmer under 48 seconds in the 100m freestyle final as he took home gold in the blue ribbon event.
Jeannette Ottesen’s big 100 fly win pushed her home nation of Denmark to the top of the European Championship medal tables with two days to go.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty has crashed onto the world scene this year, and his rise continued at the European Championships today. Peaty crushed his semifinal swim of the 50 breaststroke to break the world record in the event.
Jeanette Ottesen took gold in the 100 butterfly finishing one one-hundredth of a second ahead of Sarah Sjostrom…
What’s in the water in Hungary? Another impressive 200 butterflier, that’s what. (Above: Laszlo Cseh)