SCSSE 2012 Day 1 – Iceland rules the pool

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After this first of two days of the Swimming Championships of the Small States of Europe, Iceland must be clearly in the lead in the nations competition, having won 9 out of 18 events plus quite a few minor and junior medals also. See result list here, I list the winners in the senior competition below.

  • Women 200 free – Inga Elin Cryer (ISL) 2:06.54 (711)
  • Men 200 fly – Haciane Hocine (AND) 2:07.96 (661)
  • Men 400 freestyle – Iacovos Hadjiconstantinou (CYP) 4:07.13 (706)
  • Women 200 backstroke – Sarah Rolko (LUX) 2:19.13 (721)
  • Men 400 IM – Colin Bensadon (GIB) 4:49.97 (594)
  • Women 100 breast – Karen Sif Vilhjalmsdottir (ISL) 1:14.70 (642)
  • Men 100 free – Orri Freyr Gudmundsson (ISL) 51.57 (752)
  • Women 100 fly – Snjolaug Tinna Hansdottir (ISL) 1:04.97 (642)
  • Men 50 breast – Omiros Zagkas (CYP) 29.46 (741)
  • Women 800 free – Inga Elin Cryer (ISL) 9:05.03 (745)
  • Men 100 back – Kolbeinn Hrafnkelsson (ISL) 59.68 (659)
  • Women 50 back – Sarah Rolko (LUX) 29.58 (765)
  • Men 50 fly – Orri Freyr Gudmundsson (ISL) 25.61 (671)
  • Women 50 freestyle – Clelia Tini (SMR) 26.59 (710)
  • Men 200 breast – Hocine Haciane (AND) 2:24.46 (684)
  • Women 200 IM – Karen Sif Vilhjalmsdottir (ISL) 2:27.50 (625)
  • Men 4×100 free – Iceland (ISL) 3:35.68 (664)
  • Women 4×100 medley – Luxembourg (LUX) 4:30.39 (633)
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Production engineer and certified swim coach. Full-time IT consultant, spare-time swimming aficionado. 2 sons, 2 daughters and a wife. President of the Faroe Islands Swimming Association. Likes to run :-)

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