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30.01.2017 - 11:56:40

Thank you to our officials

FLNS is proud to have such a team of officials. They are part of the great success of the Euro Meet. They really ow a big hand.

29.01.2017 - 19:02:49

Laszlo Cseh strong finisher

Laszlo Cseh's impressive last meters... Laszlo was never leading the 100 and 200m butterfly finals, but thanks to his efforts, skills and will, he managed to win both events.

29.01.2017 - 18:44:16

Adam Peaty below the one minute mark

World record holder Adam Peaty broke both the 50 and 100m breaststroke meet records. He is the first man to swim below the one minute standard at our event with a 58.94. A nice start for the 2017 season.

29.01.2017 - 18:33:59

The Iron Lady worked hard

The Euro Meet offers 16 races. Katinka Hosszu entered all events and qualified for all finals. Her tally: six gold medals and one Meet Record!  Hard work is needed to prepare the 2017 season with the peak this summer at the World Championships in Budapest.

29.01.2017 - 18:30:17

Fast Sarah Sjöström

50/100 freestyle - 50/100 butterfly.  Eight meet records during heats and finals for Sarah Sjöström. For her second visit to the Euro Meet since 2007, she rewrites the records books at a high level.

29.01.2017 - 15:36:43

Katinka and Sarah strongest female swimmers

Before the last day finals, Katinka Hosszu and Sarah Sjöström share the honours: Katinka for the medals, Sarah for the records.
Katinka entered all events and qualified for all finals. So far, she won 5 gold medals (800 free, 400 im, 200 free, 100 back and 200 im in a meet record). She is going to start at the 5 finals this Sunday afternoon.
Sarah Sjöström performed impressive swims, ending up with 6 Meet Records before today's finals. Her winning time at the 50m freestyle is faster than the time of the Rio 2016 Olympic Champion ! And for sure she will better her 100 butterfly mark.
Look at our other news "Meet Records" to have full details of the times.

29.01.2017 - 11:52:41

Meet Records Sunday

Day 3 heats:
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 100 fly 58.11 • previously Ilaria Bianchi (ITA) 58.59 (2016)
Adam Peaty (GBR) 100 breast 1:00.08 • previously Marco Koch (GER) 1:00.45 (2016)
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 100 free 53.66 • previously Katinka Hosszu (HUN) 54.58 (2016)
Day 3 finals:
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 100 fly 57.12 • previously herself 58.11at the morning heats
Adam Peaty (GBR) 100 breast 58.94 previously himself 1:00.08 at the morning heats
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 100 free 53.21previously herself 53.66 at the morning heats
Christopher Ciccarese (ITA) 200 back 1:59.63 • previously Radoslaw Kawecki (POL) 1:59.88 (2010)

28.01.2017 - 23:09:59

LEN President Paolo Barelli visits the Euro Meet

Paolo Barelli, LEN President and FINA Honorary Secretary, paid us a visit this Saturday 28th January. He stands on our picture on the left side, next to Olympic Champion Sarah Sjöström, who broke four Meet Records so far, and Marco Stacchiotti, President of FLNS and LEN Bureau Member.

28.01.2017 - 09:46:06

Meet Records Saturday

Day 2 heats:
Adam Peaty (GBR) 50 breast 27.02 • previously Alex Murphy (IRL) 27.61 (2016)
Apostolos Christou (GRE) 100 back 54.19 • previously Shane Ryan (IRL) 54.70 (2016)
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 50 free 24.44 • previously Dorothea Brandt (GER) 24.90 (2014)
Day 2 finals:
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 50 fly 25.02 • previously herself 25.35 heats Day 1
Apostolos Christou (GRE) 100 back 54.00 • previously himself 54.19 heats Day 2
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) 200 im 2:10.46 • previously herself 2:10.70 (2016)
Molly Renshaw (GBR) 200 breast 2:25.32 • previoulsy Venessa Grimberg (GER) 2:26.90 (2014)
Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 50 free 24.01 • previoulsy herself 24.44 heats Day 2

27.01.2017 - 16:58:06

Meet Records Friday

Day 1: Max Litchfield (GBR) 400im  4:16.65 • previously Laszlo Cseh HUN 4:17.41 (2016)
Mykhailo Romanchuk (UKR) 1500 free 14:55.18 • previously himself 15:06.15 (2016)
Apostolos Christou (GRE) 50 back (heats) 25.16 • equals Jonatan Kopelev's (ISR) time from 2012
Silvia Di Pietro (ITA) 50 fly 26.56 (heat 7) followed by Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 25.35 (heat 9) • previously Katinka Hosszu (HUN) 26.62 (2016)

27.01.2017 - 12:33:38

Press Conference

Ms Francine Closener, State Secretary of the Economy, receives the "Flossi" Euro Meet mascot from Marco Stacchiotti, President of FLNS

24.01.2017 - 18:07:40

Media Guide

The Euro Meet 2017 Media Guide is now available on the Press page. Feel free to visit it.

17.01.2017 - 07:00:10

The Iron Lady to start again at Euro Meet

She’s nicknamed « Iron Lady » for she enters almost every event at the meets. Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu is known for her multiple starts during a same session, this is her signature. On her way to the Olympic Games in Rio, she swam at The Coque during the 2016 Euro Meet, winning ten medals.

Katinka had so far all kind of medals in her huge collection, but last year one category was still missing : an Olympic medal. Her season kicked off in Luxembourg. Lucky sign ?  Eventually the dream became reality, with a tally of three Olympic victories at the 100m backstroke, and at her pet events the 200m and 400m individual medley, the latter in a world record time. Next to these three gold medals, she added a silver at the 200m backstroke.

This was the summit of a thrilling 2016 season which saw her win four golds and one silver in London, at the European Championships two months before the Rio Olympics.

And right after the Games, she entered the FINA/Airweave Swimming World Cup and won clearly the overall ranking for the fifth time in a row. To finish the year in a proper manner when one is the Iron Lady, a participation at the short course Swimming World Championships was an obvious must. In Windsor, with seven gold medals and two silver, her collection went up to a grand total of major international medals as high as 73, amongst them 44 in gold.

In July 2017, Katinka Hosszu will have the difficult task to bear on her shoulders the weight of the hopes of a whole nation, as the World Championships will be staged in her home city Budapest. Both Laszlo Cseh and herself know that they have to take early long course season starts, so their attendance at the Euro Meet is a full part of the build-up towards more successes in front of their home crowd.

05.01.2017 - 14:09:47

New Year surprise with Olympic Champion Sarah Sjöström

European, World and Olympic Champion Sarah Sjöström, from Sweden, is due to attend the Euro Meet for the first time. At the Rio Olympic Games, Sjöström won the 100m butterfly one second ahead of Canada’s Penny Oleksiak 100m freestyle Olympic Champion. The bronze medal went to USA’s Dana Vollmer, 2012 Olympic Champion of the same event.

In Rio, a few days later, Oleksiak took her revenge at the 100m freestyle, sharing gold with USA’s Simone Manuel, with Sarah Sjöström earning the bronze medal. In between both events, Sjöström finished second to Katie Ledecky at the 200m freestyle. Besides these three olympic medals, one of each, she was semi-finalist  at the 50m freestyle and twice fifth with the Swedish team at the 4x100m and 4x200m freestyle.

Sarah Sjöström, who swims for the club of Södertörn, made her first international appearance at the European Swimming Championships 2008 in Eindhoven. Without prior notice, she won her first 100m butterfly title, followed by many other successes, both in freestyle and butterfly. Her tally amounts to 47 international medals earned at major championships : 15 long course gold medals (one Olympic, four World, ten Europe), 10 silver and 4 bronze, as well as 18 short course medals.

She did not attend the recent short course swimming world championships in Windsor, Canada. The focus is on her long course season, with the highlight of the Swimming World Championships in Budapest on 23-30 July 2017, where she has to defend her title of the 100m butterfly and make it three-in-a-row after 2013 and 2015.

The Euro Meet will be the perfect occasion to start the 2017 campaign !

22.12.2016 - 09:50:28

Christmas gift : Olympic Champion Adam PEATY to attend Euro Meet

The organisers of the 2017 Euro Meet have the great pleasure to announce an unexpected Christmas gift : Great Britain’s Olympic, World and European breaststroke champion Adam Peaty will attend the event.

Within a couple of years, Peaty climbed all levels a the speed of world records : Commonwealth and European Champion in 2014, then World Champion in 2015 and eventually Olympic Champion in 2016.

He made his first international apprearance at the famous Mare Nostrum tour in June 2014, and became Commonweath champion of the 100m breaststroke the following month in Glasgow, ending the season with a double gold 50/100m breaststroke at the European championships in Berlin.

One year later in Kazan, he twice ruled the world, following his world record of the 100m breastsroke achieved at the British national championships in 57.92.

The ultimate win came this past summer in Rio : he became the first British male swimmer to win Olympic gold in 28 years. The former champion was Adrian Moorhouse, in Seoul in 1988, by coincidence over the same race, 100m breaststroke. Peaty broke twice his own world record : 57.35 dring the heats, and 57.13 during the final.

With Marco Koch at the Euro Meet, the breaststroke races will definetely be of world level.

12.12.2016 - 18:27:14

A third World Champion at the Euro Meet : Marco KOCH

Following the entries of World Champions Lazslo Cseh (Hungary) and Camille Lacourt (France) at the Euro Meet 2017, it is now the German Marco Koch, one of the kings of the 200m breaststroke,  who confirmed his participation. Koch is well known in Luxermbourg, as he won both 100m and 200m breaststroke four times in a row, from 2013 to 2016. He is also the Euro Meet record holder of these events.

After his 2015 World and 2014 European titles at the 200m breaststroke, Marco Koch was one of the favourites at the Rio Olympic Games. The top seven finalists touched the wall within half a second, a very unsusual and tight result for a race lasting more than two minutes ! On that day, the chance was not on Marco Koch’s side, for he could not clinch a medal.

He entered thereafter the FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup (25m pool) and won eight 200m breaststroke finals in a row, and eventually broke the short course world record at the German Nationals in 2:00.44 in November in Berlin.Last week, during the short course World Swimming Championships in Windsor (Canada), for the first time he won another set of gold medals at the 100m and 200m breaststroke, breaking the championships record of the 200. No doubt that Marco Koch is already on his way to take a revenge and win another title at the July 2017 World Swimming Championships in Budapest. The Euro Meet has become a must for him !

01.12.2016 - 14:00:16

Lazslo Cseh to highlight the Euro Meet

Rio Olympic silver medallist Laszlo Cseh, from Hungary, confirmed his attendance to the 2017 Euro Meet to be held at the D’Coque swimming pool in Luxembourg City from 27th to 29th January. The event organisers are very proud of this entry, as Cseh is one of the major icons of world swimming, with a total tally of 72 international medals so far won at major events (Olympic Games, Word Championships long and short course, European Championships long and short course) in the time frame 2003 – 2016.
Laszlo Cseh earned his latest medal at the Rio Olympic Games, with a shared silver medal at the 100m butterfly. Everybody remembers this unexpected result, with the gold medal going to the Asian Champion Joseph Schooling, from Singapore, winning his very first olympic medal in 50.39 seconds. He finished clearly ahead of the trio of super champions Michael Phelps (USA), Laszlo Cseh and Chad Le Clos (South Africa)who tied for silver in 51.14 seconds. The « weight » of the silver medallsts : 166 international medals (Phelps 62 with 23 Olympic golds, Le Clos 34 and Cseh 72).
Asked if he would retire after the Games like Phelps, Cseh, who turns 31 on this 3rd of December, said that he wanted to swim in his hometown Budapest in the brand new swimming complex currently built for the 2017 World Swimming Championships. No doubt that the Euro Meet will once again be a solid start for the upcoming season, and that Cseh will perform July next in front of his home crowd.


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