Swedish Swimming Fed Releases Team List For European Junior Champs

The Swedish Swimming Federation has released the names of the swimmers who will be representing the country at this year’s Arena European Junior Championships from July 6th-10th in Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary.

Of the group, Victor Johansson of Jönköping SS is the only swimmer who competed at last year’s FINA World Junior Championships in Singapore. His top finish was 11th in the 800 free (8:07.28).

The list of swimmers is below and linked here:

  • Lina Sjöholm, Sjöbo SS
  • Hanna Rosvall, Ängelholms SS
  • Victoria Åberg, Västerås SS
  • Hannah Brunzell, Västerås SS
  • Caroline Wallenborg, SKK
  • Sara Junevik, Falu SS
  • Wilma Johansson, Jönköpings SS
  • Emma Sundstrand, Södertälje SS
  • Daniel Kertes, Ängelholms SS
  • Victor Johansson, Jönköpings SS
  • Björn Seeliger, Södertälje SS
  • Daniel Räisänen, Täby Sim
  • William Lulek, SK Neptun
  • Gloria Muzito, Sundsvalls SS
  • Tova Olsson, Mölndals ASS
  • Hanna Eriksson, Jönköpings SS
  • Tiffani Segerbrand, SS 04
  • Hugo Rydberg, Norrköpings KK
  • Erik Brandt, Södertälje SS
  • Filip Grimberg, Jönköpings SS
  • Tim Lärkfeldt, Jönköpings SS

Technical Committee:

  • Henrik Forsberg, SSF
  • Leo Sandberg Västerås SS (Coach)
  • Beatrice Sjölund Rahm, Ängelholm SS (Coach)
  • Johan Mattsson, Täby Sim (Coach)
  • Martina Granström, Gothenburg (Physiotherapist)
  • Andreas Claesson, RF (Sports Psychologist)

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I’d keep an eye out for Hanna Rosvall(back/fly) and Hannah Brunzell(breast/medley) among the girls. Daniel Kertes(freestyle) and Daniel Räisänen(breast/medley) among the boys. The relays should are also strong on the boys side.

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