1999 European Aquatics Championships

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The European Long Course Championships 1999 were a swimming competition held in Istanbul, Turkey from Monday 26 July to Sunday 1 August, in the 50 m pool of the Ataköy Olympic Pool Stadium. The 24th edition of the event was organised by the LEN.

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The Istanbul championships resulted in two world and eight European records.

Alongside swimming (long course), the aquatics disciplines of diving, synchronised swimming and open water swimming were held. Water polo was no longer part of the LEN European Aquatics Championships from 1999 and separate European Water Polo Championship was held in Florence, Italy.

For the first time, the 50 m backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly were contested.

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 12131136
2Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 109524
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 92213
4Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 53311
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 35311
6Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 34613
7Flag of France.svg  France 33612
8Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 3115
9Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 24612
10Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 2439
11Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2406
12Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 1001
13Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 0303
14Flag of Israel.svg  Israel 0112
15Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 0033
16Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 0022
17Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 0011
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 0011
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 0011
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 0011
Totals (20 nations)555656167

Swimming

Men's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
50 m freestyle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
Flag of Italy.svg Lorenzo Vismara
Italy
Flag of Russia.svg Alexander Popov
Russia
100 m freestyle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
Flag of Russia.svg Alexander Popov
Russia
Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Frölander
Sweden
200 m freestyle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Paul Palmer
Great Britain
Flag of Italy.svg Massimiliano Rosolino
Italy
400 m freestyle Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Paul Palmer
Great Britain
Flag of Italy.svg Emiliano Brembilla
Italy
Flag of Romania.svg Dragoş Coman
Romania
1500 m freestyle Flag of Ukraine.svg Igor Snitko
Ukraine
Flag of Romania.svg Dragoş Coman
Romania
Flag of France.svg Sylvain Cros
France
50 m backstroke Flag of Germany.svg Stev Theloke
Germany
Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Rupprath
Germany
Flag of Poland.svg Mariusz Siembida
Poland
100 m backstroke Flag of Germany.svg Stev Theloke
Germany
Flag of Croatia.svg Gordan Kožulj
Croatia
Flag of Israel.svg Eithan Urbach
Israel
200 m backstroke Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Braun
Germany
Flag of Croatia.svg Gordan Kožulj
Croatia
Flag of Italy.svg Emanuele Merisi
Italy
50 m breaststroke Flag of Germany.svg Mark Warnecke
Germany
Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleg Lisogor
Ukraine
Flag of Hungary.svg Károly Güttler
Hungary
100 m breaststroke Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Fioravanti
Italy
Flag of Germany.svg Mark Warnecke
Germany
Flag of France.svg Stéphan Perrot
France
200 m breaststroke Flag of France.svg Stéphan Perrot
France
Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Komornikov
Russia
Flag of France.svg Yohann Bernard
France
50 m butterfly Flag of the Netherlands.svg Pieter van den Hoogenband
Netherlands
Flag of Croatia.svg Miloš Milošević
Croatia
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mark Foster
Great Britain

Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Frölander
Sweden

100 m butterfly Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Frölander
Sweden
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Hickman
Great Britain
Flag of Ukraine.svg Denys Sylantyev
Ukraine
200 m butterfly Flag of France.svg Franck Esposito
France
Flag of Ukraine.svg Denys Sylantyev
Ukraine
Flag of Russia.svg Anatoly Polyakov
Russia
200 m individual medley Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Wouda
Netherlands
Flag of Italy.svg Massimiliano Rosolino
Italy
Flag of Finland.svg Jani Sievinen
Finland
400 m individual medley Flag of Spain.svg Frederik Hviid
Spain
Flag of Israel.svg Michael Halika
Israel
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Wouda
Netherlands
4×100 m freestyle relay Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Johan Kenkhuis
Mark Veens
Marcel Wouda
Pieter van den Hoogenband
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Denis Pimankov
Sergey Ashihmin
Dmitry Chernyshov
Alexander Popov
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Christian Keller
Lars Merseburg
Christian Tröger
Lars Conrad
4×200 m freestyle relay Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Christian Keller
Stefan Pohl
Lars Conrad
Michael Kiedel
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Paul Palmer
Gavin Meadows
James Salter
Edward Sinclair
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Maksim Korsunov
Dmitri Kuzmin
Andrey Kapralov
Dmitry Chernyshov
4×100 m medley relay Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Klaas-Erik Zwering
Marcel Wouda
Stefan Aartsen
Pieter van den Hoogenband
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Stev Theloke
Mark Warnecke
Christian Keller
Christian Tröger
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Sergey Ostapchuk
Dmitry Komornikov
Vladislav Kulikov
Alexander Popov
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Mattias Ohlin
Patrik Isaksson
Daniel Carlsson
Lars Frölander

Women's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
50 m freestyle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Inge de Bruijn
Netherlands
Flag of Sweden.svg Therese Alshammar
Sweden
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alison Sheppard
Great Britain
100 m freestyle Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sue Rolph
Great Britain
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Inge de Bruijn
Netherlands
Flag of Germany.svg Sandra Völker
Germany
200 m freestyle Flag of Romania.svg Camelia Potec
Romania
Flag of Germany.svg Kerstin Kielgass
Germany
Flag of Belarus.svg Natalya Baranovskaya
Belarus
400 m freestyle Flag of Romania.svg Camelia Potec
Romania
Flag of Germany.svg Kerstin Kielgass
Germany
Flag of Ukraine.svg Yana Klochkova
Ukraine
800 m freestyle Flag of Germany.svg Hannah Stockbauer
Germany
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kirsten Vlieghuis
Netherlands
Flag of Germany.svg Jana Henke
Germany
50 m backstroke Flag of Germany.svg Sandra Völker
Germany
Flag of Spain.svg Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
Flag of Slovenia.svg Metka Šparovec
Slovenia
100 m backstroke Flag of Germany.svg Sandra Völker
Germany
Flag of Spain.svg Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
Flag of France.svg Roxana Maracineanu
France
200 m backstroke Flag of France.svg Roxana Maracineanu
France
Flag of Russia.svg Yuliya Fomenko
Russia

Flag of Germany.svg Cathleen Rund
Germany

None
50 m breaststroke Flag of Hungary.svg Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Zoë Baker
Great Britain
Flag of Germany.svg Janne Schäfer
Germany
100 m breaststroke Flag of Hungary.svg Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
Flag of Ukraine.svg Svitlana Bondarenko
Ukraine
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Brigitte Becue
Belgium
200 m breaststroke Flag of Hungary.svg Ágnes Kovács
Hungary
Flag of Romania.svg Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania
Flag of Poland.svg Alicja Pęczak
Poland
50 m butterfly Flag of Sweden.svg Anna-Karin Kammerling
Sweden
Flag of Sweden.svg Johanna Sjöberg
Sweden
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Chantal Groot
Netherlands
100 m butterfly Flag of the Netherlands.svg Inge de Bruijn
Netherlands
Flag of Sweden.svg Johanna Sjöberg
Sweden
Flag of Romania.svg Diana Mocanu
Romania
200 m butterfly Flag of Denmark.svg Mette Jacobsen
Denmark
Flag of Spain.svg María Peláez
Spain
Flag of Poland.svg Otylia Jędrzejczak
Poland
200 m individual medley Flag of Ukraine.svg Yana Klochkova
Ukraine
Flag of Romania.svg Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania
Flag of Germany.svg Sabine Herbst
Germany
400 m individual medley Flag of Ukraine.svg Yana Klochkova
Ukraine
Flag of Romania.svg Beatrice Câșlaru
Romania
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Hana Černá
Czech Republic
4×100 m freestyle relay Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Katrin Meissner
Antje Buschschulte
Franziska van Almsick
Sandra Völker
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Louise Jöhncke
Josefin Lillhage
Malin Svahnström
Therese Alshammar
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Alison Sheppard
Claire Huddart
Karen Pickering
Sue Rolph
4×200 m freestyle relay Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Franziska van Almsick
Silvia Szalai
Hannah Stockbauer
Kerstin Kielgass
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Josefin Lillhage
Malin Svahnström
Johanna Sjöberg
Louise Jöhncke
Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Camelia Potec
Ioana Diaconescu
Simona Păduraru
Beatrice Câșlaru
4×100 m medley relay Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Therese Alshammar
Maria Östling
Johanna Sjöberg
Malin Svahnström
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Sandra Völker
Silvia Pulfrich
Franziska van Almsick
Katrin Meissner
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Katy Sexton
Zoë Baker
Sue Rolph
Karen Pickering

Open water swimming

Men's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
5 km open waterFlag of Russia.svg  Yevgeny Bezruchenko  (RUS)Flag of Russia.svg  Aleksey Akatyev  (RUS)Flag of Italy.svg  Samuele Pampana  (ITA)
25 km open waterFlag of Russia.svg  Aleksey Akatyev  (RUS)Flag of Russia.svg  Anton Sanachev  (RUS)Flag of Germany.svg  André Wilde  (GER)

Women's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
5 km open waterFlag of Germany.svg  Peggy Büchse  (GER)Flag of Italy.svg  Viola Valli  (ITA)Flag of Germany.svg  Britta Kamrau  (GER)
25 km open waterFlag of Russia.svg  Olga Gusseva  (RUS)Flag of Germany.svg  Angela Maurer  (GER)Flag of Germany.svg  Britta Kamrau  (GER)

Diving

Men's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
1 m springboard Flag of Spain.svg José Miguel Gil
Spain
Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Wels
Germany
Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Ahrens
Germany
3 m springboard Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tony Ally
Great Britain
Flag of Hungary.svg Imre Lengyel
Hungary
Flag of Finland.svg Jukka Piekkanen
Finland
10 m platform Flag of Russia.svg Dmitri Sautin
Russia
Flag of Germany.svg Heiko Meyer
Germany
Flag of Ukraine.svg Roman Volodkov
Ukraine
3 m springboard synchro Flag of Italy.svg Donald Miranda
Nicola Marconi
Italy
Flag of Germany.svg Holger Schlepps
Alexander Mesch
Germany
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tony Ally
Mark Shipman
Great Britain
10 m platform synchro Flag of Germany.svg Jan Hempel
Heiko Meyer
Germany
Flag of Russia.svg Igor Lukashin
Vladimir Timoshinin
Russia
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Leon Taylor
Peter Waterfield
Great Britain

Women's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
1 m springboard Flag of Russia.svg Vera Ilyina
Russia
Flag of Russia.svg Irina Lashko
Russia
Flag of Germany.svg Conny Schmalfuß
Germany
3 m springboard Flag of Russia.svg Vera Ilyina
Russia
Flag of Russia.svg Irina Lashko
Russia
Flag of Germany.svg Conny Schmalfuß
Germany
10 m platform Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Zhupina
Ukraine
Flag of Spain.svg Dolores Sáez
Spain
Flag of Russia.svg Svetlana Timoshinina
Russia
3 m springboard synchro Flag of Ukraine.svg Ganna Sorokina
Olena Zhupina
Ukraine
Flag of Germany.svg Simona Koch
Conny Schmalfuß
Germany
Flag of France.svg Odile Arboles-Souchon
Julie Danaux
France
10 m platform synchro Flag of Russia.svg Yevgeniya Olshevskaya
Svetlana Timoshinina
Russia
Flag of Germany.svg Anke Piper
Ute Wetzig
Germany
Flag of France.svg Odile Arboles-Souchon
Julie Danaux
France

Synchronized swimming

EventGoldSilverBronze
Solo Flag of Russia.svg Olga Brusnikina
Russia
Flag of France.svg Virginie Dedieu
France
Flag of Italy.svg Giovanna Burlando
Italy
Duet Flag of Russia.svg Olga Brusnikina
Mariya Kiselyova
Russia
Flag of France.svg Virginie Dedieu
Myriam Lignot
France
Flag of Italy.svg Giovanna Burlando
Maurizia Cecconi
Italy
TeamFlag of Russia.svg  Russia Flag of France.svg  France Flag of Italy.svg  Italy

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