European Masters Swimming Championships

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The European Swimming Masters Championships (or "LEN Swimming Masters Championships") is an international Aquatics championships for adults (per FINA rules, Masters are 25 years old and older). The championships are held biennially (in odd years until 2013, then even years from 2016), with competition in all five of FINA's disciplines: Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Open Water Swimming, and Synchronized Swimming.

Starting in 2016, the competition will be held jointly with the European Aquatics Championships.

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Year Edition Location Dates
1987 1 United Kingdom Blackpool, England, UK September 16–20
1989 2 Finland Turku, Finland August 30 – September 3
1991 3 United Kingdom Coventry, England, UK September 4–8
1993 4 Germany Sindelfingen, Germany September 9–12
1995 5 Italy Riccione, Italy September 6–10
1997 6 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic September 3–7
1999 7 Austria Innsbruck, Austria August 25–29
2001 8 Spain Palma de Mallorca, Spain July 3–7
2003 9 France Millau, France August 26–31
2005 10 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden August 16–21
2007 11 Slovenia Kranj, Slovenia August 28 – September 2
2009 12 Spain Cadiz, Spain September 15–20
2011 13 Ukraine Yalta, Ukraine September 5–10
2013 14 Netherlands Eindhoven, Netherlands August 31 – September 7
2016 15 United Kingdom London, England, UK May 25–29
2018 16 Slovenia Kranj, Slovenia August 26 – September 9
2020 17 Hungary Budapest, Hungary June 1–6

Results : http://www2.len.eu/?page_id=4184&s=MA

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