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Past Results

Scroll down to see the medal winners from past editions of the European Synchronised Swimming Champions Cup stretching back to 2001.

Click on the name of the competition for results from:

Andorra 2009

Duet:

  1. Natalie Ishenko / Svetlana Romashina (RUS)
  2. Ona Carbonell / Andrea Fuentes (ESP)
  3. Darya Iushko / Yuliya Maryanko (UKR)

Team:

  1. Russia
  2. Spain
  3. Italy

Free Combination:

  1. Spain
  2. Italy
  3. Ukraine

Champions Cup Winners: Italy


Rome 2007

Solo:

  1. Gemma Mengual (ESP)
  2. Evanthia Makrygianni (GRE)
  3. Erika Trentin (ITA)

Duet:

  1. Anastasia Davydova / Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
  2. Gemma Mengual / Paola Tirados (ESP)
  3. Beatrice Adelizzi / Giulia Lapi (ITA)

Team:

  1. Russia
  2. Spain
  3. Italy

Free Combination:

  1. Russia
  2. Italy
  3. Ukraine

Champions Cup Winners: Russia


Moscow 2005

Duet:

  1. Anastasia Davydova / Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
  2. Gemma Mengual / Paola Tirados (ESP)
  3. Joey Paccagnella / Lorena Zaffalon (ITA)

Team:

  1. Russia
  2. Spain
  3. Italy

Free Combination:

  1. Russia
  2. Spain
  3. Italy

Cup Winners: Russia


Istanbul 2003

Solo:

  1. Virginie Dedieu (FRA)
  2. Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
  3. Gemma Mengual (ESP)

Duet:

  1. Anastasia Davydova / Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
  2. Maria Kiseleva / Olga Brusnikina (RUS)
  3. Virginie Dedieu / Laure Thibaud (FRA)

Team:

  1. Russia
  2. Spain
  3. Greece

Cup Winners: Russia


Bari 2001

Solo:

  1. Olga Brusnikina (RUS)
  2. Virginie Dediue (FRA)
  3. Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)

Duet:

  1. Anastasia Davydova / Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
  2. Anna Shorina / Elvira Khassianova (RUS)
  3. Gemma Mengual / Paola Tirados (ESP)

Team:

  1. Russia
  2. Italy
  3. Spain

Cup Winners: Russia

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