The Euro Meet 2018 offers prize money for more than 20.000€. In the "open" category prize money is granted to the first three classified of each race.
Individual prize money
European & World Records are not cumulative
The first three athletes of Open, Junior and Youth categories are each rewarded with medals.
Please use exclusively a LENEX (.lxf) file to upload your entries for the competition. In case you do not have the LENEX software on your computer please download the LENEX Editor which you can find in the documents in the menu.
You will find all regulations. You may register through the Euro Meet App. Please refer to the top menu to access the application.
Facts & Figures
- 19 editions
- Two and a half day of competition
- 34 events
- A- and B-Finals
- Team Classification
- Participation of 20 nations (average)
- over 100 teams registered
- 500-700 swimmers
- around 3000 entries
- 10 Meet records per year (average)
- 1000 to 2000 spectators over the 2,5 days of competition
- more than 20.000 € of prize money
- 2500 meals served to the teams
- 2500 bottles of water
- 70 volunteers and 45 judges
- 1 professional presenter
Participation of Olympic Champions, World and European Champions as well as European and world record holders as : Sarah Sjöström, Adam Peaty, Laszlo Cseh, Katinka Hosszu, Marco Koch, Zsuszana Jakabos, Ruta Meilutyte, Philippe Heintz and may others...
- Qualifying Event for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008
- Qualifying Event for the World Championships in Rome 2009
- Qualifying Event for the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore 2010
- Qualifying Event for the World Championships in Shanghai 2011
- Qualifying Event for the Olympic Games in London 2012
- Qualifying Event for the World Championships in Barcelona 2013
- Qualifying Event for the Youth Olympic Games Nanjing 2014
- Qualifying Event for the World Championships Kazan 2015
- Qualifying Event for the Olympic Games Rio 2016
- Qualifying Event for the World Championships in Budapest 2017
- Qualifying Event for the European Championships in Glasgow 2018