It is the national simförbunden, and the members of the european swimming federation LEN's various committees, voted Europe's best simidrottare.
It is the eleventh year that LEN will arrange the vote, and on Friday the results were presented.
In the top among the female swimmers is the Swedish star Sarah Sjöström who got 45.3 percent of the votes.
Sarah Sjöström four european CHAMPIONSHIP gold medals, 50 and 100 metres freestyle and 50 and 100 metres butterfly in Glasgow. In addition, she won the overall world cup title for the second year in a row.
Jump to the swimmers behind her in the vote is large.
the Runner-up Katinka Hosszu from Hungary, 28 per cent, and third the Italian girl Simona Quadarella received just over ten percent.
When Sarah Sjöström last year was voted the best female swimmer in Europe, she broke her Katinka Hosszus four-year-long suite as the best in Europe, and even in the years may, Hungarian thus see themselves passed by Sjöström.
male swimmers appointed Russian Kliment Kolesnikov. 18-year old swam home the european gold medal in the 50 and 100 metres backstroke and was with in Russia winning the european CHAMPIONSHIP teams in the 4x100 metres freestyle.
In the fight for the male title, it was something more even than on the female. Kliment Kolesnikov received 44 percent of the votes against the runner-up bröstsimmaren Adam Peaty, from great Britain.