1. Only a three year gap between the two times Amsterdam was host to the European Championships, they had previously hosted it in 2004.
2. The 2004 European All-Around Champion, Alina Kozich, went on to win the bronze medal at this competition.
3. Alina Kozich’s bronze medal in the all-around and Floor are the most recent medals for a Ukrainian gymnast in those two particular categories.
4. The reigning World Champion, Vanessa Ferrari, became the European All-Around Champion.
5. Ferrari’s gold medal is the only one Italy has in the all-around at a European Championships.
6. Stepahine Bismpikou won Greece’s only medal at a European Championships, bronze on beam.
7. One tie was registered at the competition: Stephanie Bismpikou (GRE) and Steliana Nistor (ROU) both scored 15.475 to win beam bronze.
8. Among the medalists there was only one “new senior”: Ekaterina Kramarenko, who won bronze on the uneven bars.
9. Kramarenko’s medal was sort of a birthday present, she had turned 16 on April 22nd and the uneven bars final was held on April 29.
10. Medal count.
- Italy: 3 Golds (AA, VT, FX)
- Romania 3 Silvers (AA, UB, BB), 1 Bronze (BB)
- Russia: 1 Gold (BB), 2 Bronzes (VT, UB)
- Ukraine: 1 Gold (UB), 2 Bronzes (AA, FX)
- Great Britain: 1 Silver (FX)
- Germany: 1 Silver (VT)
- Greece: 1 Bronze (BB)