Swimming
European Championships

Women: 400 m Freestyle

Year Location
2014 Berlin (ger)
2012 Debrecen (hun) Coralie Balmy (fra) Mireia Belmonte (esp) Ophélie-Cyrielle Étienne (fra)
2010 Budapest (hun) Rebecca Adlington (gbr) Ophélie-Cyrielle Étienne (fra) Lotte Friis (den)
2008 Eindhoven (ned) Federica Pellegrini (ita) Coralie Balmy (fra) Camelia Potec (rou)
2006 Budapest (hun) Laure Manaudou (fra) Joanne Jackson (gbr) Caitlin McClatchey (gbr)
2004 Madrid (esp) Laure Manaudou (fra) Camelia Potec (rou) Yana Klochkova (ukr)
2002 Berlin (ger) Yana Klochkova (ukr) Eva Risztov (hun) Camelia Potec (rou)
2000 Helsinki (fin) Yana Klochkova (ukr) Natalya Baranovskaya (blr) Camelia Potec (rou)
1999 Istanbul (tur) Camelia Potec (rou) Kerstin Kielgass (ger) Yana Klochkova (ukr)
1997 Sevilla (esp) Dagmar Hase (ger) Michelle Smih (ire) Kerstin Kielgass (ger)
1995 Wien (aut) Franziska van Almsick (ger) Carla Geurts (ned) Irene Dalby (nor)
1993 Sheffield (gbr) Dagmar Hase (ger) Kerstin Kielgass (ger) Irene Dalby (nor)
1991 Athínai (gre) Irene Dalby (nor) Beatrice Coada (rou) Cristina Sossi (ita)
1989 Bonn (frg) Anke Möhring (gdr) Heike Friedrich (gdr) Manuela Melchiorri (ita)
1987 Strasbourg (fra) Heike Friedrich (gdr) Astrid Strauss (gdr) Stela Pura (rou)
1985 Sofia (bul) Astrid Strauss (gdr) Anke Möhring (gdr) Elena Dendeberova (urs)
1983 Roma (ita) Astrid Strauss (gdr) Anke Sonnenbrodt (gdr) Irina Laricheva (urs)
1981 Split (yug) Ines Diers (gdr) Carmela Schmidt (gdr) Jackie Wilmott (gbr)
1977 Jönköping (swe) Petra Thümer (gdr) Annelies Maas (ned) Barbara Krause (gdr)
1974 Wien (aut) Angela Franke (gdr) Cornelia Dörr (gdr) Novella Calligaris (ita)
1970 Barcelona (esp) Elke Sehmisch (gdr) Gunilla Jonsson (swe) Karin Tülling (gdr)
1966 Utrecht (ned) Claude Mandonnaud (fra) Ada Kok (ned) Tamara Sosnova (urs)
1962 Leipzig (gdr) Adrie Lasterie (ned) Ineke Tigelaar (ned) Elisabeth Ljunggren (swe)
1958 Budapest (hun) Jans Koster (ned) Corrie Schimmel (ned) Nancy Rae (gbr)
1954 Torino (ita) Agata Sebö (hun) Valéria Gyenge (hun) Esa Ligorio (yug)
1950 Wien (aut) Grete Andersen (den) Irma Schumacher (ned) Colette Thomas (fra)
1947 Monaco (mon) Karen Margrete Harup (den) Catherine Gibson (gbr) Fernande Caroen (bel)
1938 London (gbr) Ragnhild Hveger (den) Ria van Veen (ned) Fernande Caroen (bel)
1934 Magdeburg (ger) Rie Mastenbroek (ned) Willemijntje den Ouden (ned) Lilli Andersen (den)
1931 Paris (fra) Marie Braun (ned) Joyce Cooper (gbr) Yvonne Godard (fra)
1927 Bologna (ita) Marie Braun (ned) Marion Laverty (gbr) Fritzi Löwy (aut)

Note:
1934: Gold medal awarded to Rie Mastenbroek (ned) after Willemijntje den Ouden (ned) declined to contest in a swim-off.