European Junior Swimming Championships

Sport Swimming
Competition Category Continental Championships
Years 1967—2022
Editions 47
Competitors 3111
Countries 47

The 2015 edition was part of the inaugural European Games held in Bakı (AZE). The results are shown there.

The 2020 edition scheduled for Aberdeen (GBR) from 8 to 12 July was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Editions

Year Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1967 Linköping SWE 13 – 15 August 1967 20 39 8
1969 Wien AUT 15 – 17 August 1969 20 36 10
1971 Rotterdam NED 12 – 15 August 1971 20 38 10
1973 Leeds GBR 8 – 11 August 1973 20 42 9
1975 Genève SUI 7 – 10 August 1975 20 35 12
1976 Oslo NOR 5 – 8 August 1976 20 41 13
1978 Firenze ITA 27 – 30 July 1978 20 38 11
1980 Skövde SWE 7 – 10 August 1980 24 46 13
1982 Innsbruck AUT 26 – 29 August 1982 29 60 12
1983 Mulhouse FRA 5 – 8 August 1983 30 50 13
1984 Luxembourg LUX 26 – 29 July 1984 30 65 13
1985 Genève SUI 25 – 28 July 1985 30 70 13
1986 West-Berlin GER 25 – 27 July 1986 30 58 12
1987 Roma ITA 23 – 26 July 1987 32 60 14
1988 Amersfoort NED 28 – 31 July 1988 32 55 10
1989 Leeds GBR 28 – 30 July 1989 30 52 14
1990 Dunkerque FRA 26 – 29 July 1990 30 67 15
1991 Antwerpen BEL 1 – 4 August 1991 30 61 13
1992 Leeds GBR 13 – 16 August 1992 30 72 15
1993 İstanbul TUR 8 – 11 July 1993 30 63 19
1994 Pardubice CZE 4 – 7 August 1994 30 58 17
1995 Genève SUI 18 – 22 July 1995 30 57 20
1996 København DEN 8 – 10 August 1996 30 58 18
1997 Glasgow GBR 31 July – 3 August 1997 30 71 16
1998 Antwerpen BEL 30 July – 2 August 1998 30 57 14
1999 Moskva RUS 14 – 17 July 1999 38 67 21
2000 Dunkerque FRA 26 – 29 July 2000 38 110 23
2001 Malta MLT 5 – 8 July 2001 38 115 25
2002 Linz AUT 11 – 14 July 2002 38 94 18
2003 Glasgow GBR 31 July – 3 August 2003 38 105 20
2004 Lisboa POR 15 – 18 July 2004 38 119 20
2005 Budapest HUN 14 – 17 July 2005 38 115 16
2006 Palma de Mallorca ESP 6 – 9 July 2006 38 107 22
2007 Antwerpen BEL 18 – 22 July 2007 40 117 17
2008 Beograd SRB 30 July – 3 August 2008 40 115 20
2009 Praha CZE 8 – 12 July 2009 40 113 19
2010 Helsinki FIN 14 – 18 July 2010 40 114 20
2011 Beograd SRB 6 – 10 July 2011 40 125 23
2012 Antwerpen BEL 4 – 8 July 2012 40 120 21
2013 Poznań POL 10 – 14 July 2013 42 126 18
2014 Dordrecht NED 9 – 13 July 2014 42 115 18
2016 Hódmezővásárhely HUN 6 – 10 July 2016 42 124 23
2017 Netanya ISR 28 June – 2 July 2017 42 121 25
2018 Helsinki FIN 4 – 8 July 2018 42 115 23
2019 Kazan RUS 3 – 7 July 2019 42 130 20
2021 Roma ITA 6 – 11 July 2021 42 126 21
2022 Otopeni ROU 5 – 10 July 2022 42 128 25

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 Russia RUS 235 175 127 537
2 Germany GER 199 199 200 598
3 East Germany GDR 176 115 107 398
4 Hungary HUN 162 141 112 415
5 Italy ITA 130 152 166 448
6 Soviet Union URS 97 82 55 234
7 Great Britain GBR 96 145 147 388
8 Poland POL 56 50 81 187
9 France FRA 48 75 85 208
10 Ukraine UKR 47 41 41 129
11 Spain ESP 41 42 33 116
12 Romania ROU 38 40 40 118
13 Netherlands NED 35 51 51 137
14 Sweden SWE 24 46 69 139
15 Turkey TUR 16 12 16 44
16 Greece GRE 14 12 31 57
17 Denmark DEN 13 18 12 43
18 Croatia CRO 12 11 13 36
19 Czech Republic CZE 11 13 15 39
20 Austria AUT 11 5 11 27
21 Slovenia SLO 9 9 15 33
22 Belarus BLR 9 9 12 30
23 Czechoslovakia TCH 8 10 7 25
24 Serbia SRB 8 5 2 15
25 Lithuania LTU 7 5 5 17
26 Ireland IRL 7 5 3 15
27 Belgium BEL 6 16 17 39
28 Bulgaria BUL 6 10 3 19
29 Finland FIN 5 11 11 27
30 Israel ISR 4 11 16 31
31 Portugal POR 4 9 11 24
32 Switzerland SUI 4 3 8 15
33 Estonia EST 4 3 6 13
34 Yugoslavia YUG 3 7 4 14
35 Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH 3 4 1 8
36 Faroe Islands FAR 3 0 0 3
37 Republic of Moldova MDA 2 3 3 8
38 Serbia and Montenegro SCG 2 3 0 5
39 Luxembourg LUX 2 1 1 4
40 Iceland ISL 1 5 1 7
41 North Macedonia MKD 1 4 2 7
42 Slovakia SVK 1 1 4 6
43 Norway NOR 0 5 6 11
44 Latvia LAT 0 1 2 3
45 Cyprus CYP 0 0 2 2
46 Azerbaijan AZE 0 0 1 1
= Georgia GEO 0 0 1 1