1974 European Athletics Championships – Women's high jump

The women's high jump at the 1974 European Athletics Championships was held in Rome, Italy, at Stadio Olimpico on 6 and 8 September 1974.[1]

MedalistsEdit

Gold Rosemarie Witschas
  East Germany
Silver Milada Karbanová
  Czechoslovakia
Bronze Sara Simeoni
  Italy

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

8 September

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Rosemarie Witschas   East Germany 1.95 WR
  Milada Karbanová   Czechoslovakia 1.91 NR
  Sara Simeoni   Italy 1.89 NR
4 Rita Kirst   East Germany 1.89
5 Miroslava Hübnerová   Czechoslovakia 1.86
6 Galina Filatova   Soviet Union 1.86
7 Ulrike Meyfarth   West Germany 1.83
8 Mária Mračnová   Czechoslovakia 1.83
9 Marie-Christine Debourse   France 1.83
10 Annemieke Bouma   Netherlands 1.83
11 Karin Wagner   West Germany 1.83
12 Virginia Ioan   Romania 1.80
13 Tamara Galka   Soviet Union 1.75
14 Ruth Watt   Great Britain 1.70
14 Barbara Lawton   Great Britain 1.70

QualificationEdit

6 September

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
Rosemarie Witschas   East Germany 1.80 Q
Karin Wagner   West Germany 1.80 Q
Sara Simeoni   Italy 1.80 Q
Marie-Christine Debourse   France 1.80 Q
Rita Kirst   East Germany 1.80 Q
Milada Karbanová   Czechoslovakia 1.80 Q
Virginia Ioan   Romania 1.80 Q
Tamara Galka   Soviet Union 1.80 Q
Mária Mračnová   Czechoslovakia 1.80 Q
Ruth Watt   Great Britain 1.80 Q
Galina Filatova   Soviet Union 1.80 Q
Annemieke Bouma   Netherlands 1.80 Q
Barbara Lawton   Great Britain 1.80 Q
Miroslava Hübnerová   Czechoslovakia 1.80 Q
Ulrike Meyfarth   West Germany 1.80 Q
Astrid Tveit   Norway 1.78
Val Harrison   Great Britain 1.78
Grith Ejstrup   Denmark 1.75
Stanka Valkanova   Bulgaria 1.75
Ann-Ewa Karlsson   Sweden 1.70

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 20 athletes from 13 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 420–427, retrieved 13 August 2014 CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)