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The Eurojunior of Rome are starting

The Stadio del Nuoto in Rome is ready to host the 36th edition of the European Junior Championships, which Italy is hosting for the third time, from 6 to 11 July. The Microplus results page with the start-lists is available, about six hundred swimmers (307 males and 265 females), representing 47 nations, will be competing for the occasion, the races will be broadcast live on Len TV .

Some curiosities about the continental youth festival:

For the first time the European Junior Championships will be held over six days, homologating to the Junior World Championship and thus allowing a more appropriate positioning of the scheduled races.
The last time that Italy hosted this review was 1987, again in Rome. The first was in 1978 in Florence.
The most popular city as the venue for the Championships is Antwerp (BEL) with 4 editions (1991-1998-2007-2012), while the host nation is Great Britain with 5 editions, three in Leeds (1973-1989-1992). and two in Glasgow (1997-2003).
24 European countries have been the scene of the Juniores review since the first edition, that of 1967 in Linköping in Sweden.
Last year the event was canceled and would be based in Aberdeen in Scotland.
Italy competing in Rome with 48 azzurrini (24 males and 24 females), the European champion, record holder and vice world champion in the 50 breaststroke Benedetta Pilato , will also be in the pool with Giulia Vetrano, fresh Turin athlete of the Olympic qualification for the 4 × 200 freestyle, among the most interesting young foreigners the Russians Ilya Borodin, the runner Evgenia Chikunova and the Romanian liberalist David Popovici, for all the rest we refer to the continental youth rankings, following link.

From Federnuoto – The President Paolo Barelli

Formula with batteries from 9.00; semifinals and finals from 18:00, following some useful links to follow the event and the program of the first day which sees 4 continental titles, two individual and two relay races.

BATTERIES from 9.00

50 FA U
50 RA D
400 SL U
100 SL D
100 DO U
400 MX D
4 × 100 SL U
4 × 200 SL D
800 SL U

SEMIFINALS AND FINALS from 18.00

FI 400 SL U
SF 50 RA D
SF 100 DO U
FI 400 MX D
SF 50 FA U
SF 100 SL D
FI 4 × 100 SL U
FI 4 × 200 SL D
At the bottom of the page the complete program.

The blue ones

Accadia Nicolò (Cc Napoli)
Cacciapuoti Marina (Olimpic N. Napoli)
De Simone Raffaele (Assonuoto Caserta)
Of Death Alfonso (Fritz Dennerlein)
Giordano Pasquale Angelo (Cc Napoli)
Cerasuolo Simone (Imolanuoto)
Chiara Fountain (Nc Azzurra 91)
Giulia Zambelli (Nc Azzurra 91
Alzetta Giada (Gymnasium Pn)
Guatti Giovanni (Cus Udine)
Nanetti Ettore (Gymnasium Pordenone)
Caroletta Francesco (Aurelia Swimming)
Virginia Council (Cc Aniene)
De Tullio Luca (Cc Aniene)
Galossi Lorenzo (Aurelia Swimming)
Pilato Benedetta (Cc Aniene)
Radwan Dana Caterina (Cc Aniene)
Ricci Nicole (Cc Aniene)
Scalise Benedetta (Starfish)
Scarpitti Carlotta (G. Sport Village)
Tammaro Federico (Cc Aniene)
Paola Borrelli (Gestisport)
Camozzi Andrea Team Trezzo Sport
Lamberti Noemi (Gam Team)
Mantegazza Christian (Team Trezzo Sport)
Pesenti Gaia (Team Trezzo Sport)
Roversi Paola (Canottieri Baldesio)
Viganò Renata (Nc Varedo)
Togni Ilaria (Aquatic justify)
Spediacci Simone (In Sport Rane Rosse)
Dutto Simone (Size Swimming Team)
Vetrano Giulia (Cn Nichelino)
De Paolis Davide (Gestisport)
Dentico Christian (Cus Bari)
Gaetani Erika (Gestisport)
Piscopiello M. Letizia (Gestisport)
Serio Luca (Gestisport)
Matteo Oppioli (Gens Aquatica Rsm)
Congia Samuele (Antares – Iglesias)
Maggioni Alice (Green Alghero)
Biagiotti Matilde (Rn Florentia)
Martellli Samuele (H. Sport Florence)
Petrini Viola (Virtus Buonconvento)
Dalla Costa Davide (Team Veneto)
Gallina Giovanni (Zeus Lab Montebelluna)
Rizzardi Federico Team Veneto)
Santuliana Nicole (Leosport)
Sartori Sofia (Leosport)

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