SWIMMING

26 JUNE — 3 JULY

Training/Technical meeting will be held on June 24 and June 25
Swimming Timetable available
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ATHLETES GUIDE

CALENDAR

SWIMMING
SPORTS CENTRE MILAN GALE MUSKATIROVIC

POWER, TECHNIQUE, AND PASSION

Swimming has been known since prehistory through drawings from the Stone Age, and it was written about in the Iliad and the Odyssey around 2000 BC. Since 1896, it has been an indispensable discipline at the Summer Olympic Games.

Swimming is a popular sport that involves moving through the water using the arms and legs. Swimming competitions usually include various disciplines, such as freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Competitive swimmers race at different distances: 50 m, 100 m, 200 m, and longer races. Speed, technique, and stamina are key factors for success in swimming.

Swimming is one of the favorite activities of recreational athletes, and in many countries, swimming lessons are a mandatory part of the educational program.

The European Aquatics Championships brings together the best swimmers from Europe, allowing them to demonstrate their strength, skill, and passion for this demanding sport. Swimmers compete in various disciplines, from fast sprints to endurance races over long distances, providing the audience with unforgettable moments of excitement and uncertainty.

While swimmers elegantly race through the water at incredible speed, whether freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, or butterfly, every movement is precisely measured, every swing is filled with strength and purpose, and every breath is fuel for victory. Technique is key, but desire and mental strength distinguish good swimmers from exceptional ones.

“Perseverance can turn failure into extraordinary achievement” – Matt Biondi, winner of 11 Olympic swimming medals.

Swimming competition is not just a battle for the shiniest medals and the highest podiums but also a story of unity, respect, and love for the sport. At this year’s European Aquatics Championships in Belgrade, in the swimming discipline, 1153 swimmers from 40 countries will participate, accompanied by a large audience who will cheer enthusiastically and hold their breath while some new records are set and new pages of swimming history are written.

DISCIPLINES SCHEDULE

26 JUNE — 3 JULY

SPORTS CENTER MILAN GALE MUSKATIROVIC

OFFICIAL TIMING

Tadeuša Košćuška 63, Beograd

28 JUNE — 3 JULY

SERBIAN INSTITUTE FOR SPORTS AND SPORTS MEDICINE

OFFICIAL TIMING

Blagoja Parovića 150, Beograd

26 JUNE — 3 JULY

SPORTS CENTER 11 APRIL

OFFICIAL TIMING

Autoput za Novi Sad 2 Beograd

4JULY — 6 JULY

ADA CIGANLIJA

OFFICIAL TIMING

Ada Ciganlija bb, Beograd