The 1934 LEN European Aquatics Championships were held 12–19 August 1934 in Magdeburg, Germany .
Host nation (Germany)
|Totals (11 nations)||16||16||16||48|
|3 m springboard|| Leo Esser ||138.75|| Winfried Mahraun ||129.53|| Franz Leikert ||129.38|
|10 m highboard|| Hermann Stork ||98.99|| Franz Leikert ||92.17|| Ewald Riebschläger ||90.72|
|3 m springboard|| Olga Jensch-Jordan ||74.78|| Katinka Larsen ||68.1|| Anneliese Kapp ||65.56|
|10 m highboard|| Hertha Schieche ||35.43|| Ingeborg Sjöqvist ||31.54|| Inger Kragh ||31.39|
|100 m freestyle|| Ferenc Csik ||59.7|| Helmuth Fischer ||59.8|| Otto Wille ||1:01.2|
|400 m freestyle|| Jean Taris ||4:55.5|| Paolo Costoli ||5:07.5|| Giacomo Signori ||5:11.0|
|1500 m freestyle|| Jean Taris ||20:01.5|| Paolo Costoli ||21:01.1|| Norman Wainwright ||21:10.0|
|100 m backstroke|| John Besford ||1:11.7|| Ernst Küppers ||1:12.2|| Edgar Siegrist ||1:12.6|
|200 m breaststroke|| Erwin Sietas ||2:49.0|| Paul Schwarz ||2:49.4|| Hans Malmstrøm ||2:49.8|
|4×200 m freestyle relay|
|100 m freestyle|| Willy den Ouden ||1:07.1|| Rie Mastenbroek ||1:08.1|| Gisela Arendt ||1:10.3|
|400 m freestyle|| Rie Mastenbroek ||5:27.4|| Willy den Ouden ||5:27.4|| Lilli Andersen ||5:45.1|
|100 m backstroke|| Rie Mastenbroek ||1:20.3|| Gisela Arendt ||1:20.4|| Puck Oversloot ||1:22.2|
|200 m breaststroke|| Martha Genenger ||3:09.2|| Hanni Hölzner ||3:09.3|| Inger Kragh ||3:13.2|
|4×100 m freestyle relay|
Willy den Ouden
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