Tobias Mountain, Matilde Schroeder and Victoria Bierre did not proceed from the semi-finals at the short course-the european championships in Glasgow.
Swim-EM on short course in Glasgow got Wednesday a quiet start seen with Danish eyes.
None of the three Danish swimmers in the pool on Wednesday evening, managed to fight beyond the semi-finals to the finals.
In the 50-meter breaststroke was the 21-year-old Tobias Mountain closest, when he, with a time of 26,34 seconds was niendehurtigst in the field - thus, he had only a single location from to book a place in the finals.
Nor does the two-year old Matilde Was reached among the eight finalists in the women's 50 metres breaststroke.
the 23-year-old Schroeder had with a time of 30,41 seconds to settle tiendebedste time across the two semifinaleheat.
In the 100 metres backstroke was the talent Victoria Bierre on 19 years in the water, but it ended with a næstsidsteplads among the 16 semifinalister for the young dane.
Denmark's biggest star in the backstroke, Mie Ø. Nielsen has signed up to the european championships in Scotland.
Denmark provides a total of 23 swimmers at the european championships in Glasgow - among other OL-guldvinderen Pernille Blume and Jeanette Ottesen. EM-the regatta ends on Sunday.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 05 December 2019, 03:00