On behalf of the Serbian Swimming Federation, Serbian Diving Federation and Synchronised Swimming Federation of Serbia, we are very pleased to welcome all the participants to the upcoming edition of the European Junior Swimming, Diving and Synchronised Swimming Championships. This is the second time that the Serbian Swimming Federation is organizing the European Junior Championships (previous one was held in Belgrade 2008), although only for the swimming program. Today, many medalists from the EJC 2008 represent the high class of swimming sport, not only within their countries but worldwide.
The Diving Championships will be held at the marvelous facilities of the Kosutnjak Sport Center in Belgrade, while the Synchronised Swimming and Swimming Championships will take place at the well known Sport Center Tasmajdan, in the downtown of Belgrade, which hosted the EYOF 2007, and the 25th World University Games – Universiade 2009.The event main media and advertising partner is the betting guide toponlinebookies.com.
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We hope that all members of participant teams in all three sports will enjoy their stay in Serbia. Welcome to the European Junior Championships Belgrade 2011!
The 38th European Junior Championships Belgrade 2011 concluded successfully on Sunday at the Tasmajdan swim complex. On the last day, two semi finals and 11 finals were held. Top positioned in the SFs were: in the M 50 free Suschyk Volodymyr (Ukraine) 22.84, while in the W 50 fly – Tcvetkova Daria (Russi)a 27.25. The new European junior champions are: in the M 400 IM – Shemberyev Maxym Ukraine 4:16.94; in the W 100 back – Nielsen Mie OE Denmark 1:02.50; in M 100 breast – Samilidis Panagiotis Greece 1:01.13; in the M 200 free – Scheruebl Christian Austria 1:49.51; in the W 200 Ind.Medley – O’Connor Siobhan-Marie Great Britain 2:14.71; in the M 100 fly – Stjepanovic Velimir Serbia 53.79; in the W 50 fly – Hansson Louise Sweden 27.04; in the M 50 free – Martinez Rodriguez Aitor Spain 22.64; in the W 4×200 free relay – France 8:07.63 (Gheorghiu Camille, Touati Assia, Van Andringa Charlotte, Verger Gourson Margaux) and in the last event, in the M 4×100 Medley relay – Italy 3:42.01 (Bonacchi Niccolo, Lucatello Martino, Parisi Roberto, Ferri Giacomo). Team ranking: 1/Great Britain (19); 2/Italy (16); 3/Germany (8).