European SC Championships 2002


European SC Championships 2002

The sixth edition of the European Short Course Swimming Championships (25m) was held in the SachsenArena in Riesa, Germany, from December 12 till December 15, 2002.

Men's Events

50m Freestyle

400m Freestyle

100m Backstroke


100m Breaststroke

100m Butterfly

200m Individual Medley


4x50 Medley Relay

200m Freestyle

50m Backstroke

50m Breaststroke

50m Butterfly

100m Individual Medley

4x50m Freestyle Relay

References

* Swim Rankings [http://www.swimrankings.net/index.php?page=meetDetail&meetId=9759221 Results]
* [http://www.gbrsports.com/sport/swimecsp.htm Results on GBRSports.com]


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