1975 European Athletics Indoor Championships

The 1975 European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in 1975 in Katowice, Poland.

1975 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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Dates8–9 March 1975
Host cityKatowice
Poland Poland
VenueRondo
Events21
Participation270 athletes from
24 nations
Records set1 WR, 2 CR

The track used for these championships was 160 metres long. A two-lap relay race was organised over an unusual distance of 320 metres for each leg. This was the last edition to feature relay races until 2000.

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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Valeriy Borzov
  Soviet Union
6.59 Aleksandr Aksinin
  Soviet Union
6.67 Zenon Licznerski
  Poland
6.74
400 metres
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Hermann Köhler
  West Germany
48.76 Josip Alebić
  Yugoslavia
49.04 Semyon Kocher
  Soviet Union
49.33
800 metres
details
Gerhard Stolle
  East Germany
1:49.8 Ivo Van Damme
  Belgium
1:50.1 Vladimir Ponomaryov
  Soviet Union
1:50.2
1500 metres
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Thomas Wessinghage
  West Germany
3:44.6 Pyotr Anisim
  Soviet Union
3:45.5 Gheorghe Ghipu
  Romania
3:45.4
3000 metres
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Ian Stewart
  Great Britain
7:58.6 Pekka Päivärinta
  Finland
7:58.6 Boris Kuznetsov
  Soviet Union
8:01.2
60 metres hurdles
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Leszek Wodzyński
  Poland
7.69 Frank Siebeck
  East Germany
7.69 Eduard Pereverzev
  Soviet Union
7.74
4 × 320 metres relay
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Klaus Ehl
Franz-Peter Hofmeister
Karl Honz
Hermann Köhler
  West Germany
2:29.9 Wiesław Puchalski
Roman Siedlecki
Jerzy Włodarczyk
Wojciech Romanowski
  Poland
2:31.4 Krassimir Gutev
Narzis Popov
Yordan Yordanov
Yanko Bratanov
  Bulgaria
2:32.1
High jump
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Vladimír Malý
  Czechoslovakia
2.21 Endre Kelemen
  Hungary
2.19 Rune Almén
  Sweden
2.19
Pole vault
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Antti Kalliomäki
  Finland
5.35 Wojciech Buciarski
  Poland
5.30 Władysław Kozakiewicz
  Poland
5.30
Long jump
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Jacques Rousseau
  France
7.94 Hans-Jürgen Berger
  West Germany
7.87 Zbigniew Beta
  Poland
7.82
Triple jump
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Viktor Sanyeyev
  Soviet Union
17.01 Michał Joachimowski
  Poland
16.90 Gennady Bessonov
  Soviet Union
16.78
Shot put
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Valcho Stoev
  Bulgaria
20.19 Geoff Capes
  Great Britain
19.98 Valeriy Voykin
  Soviet Union
19.44

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Andrea Lynch
  Great Britain
7.17 Monika Meyer
  East Germany
7.24 Irena Szewińska
  Poland
7.26
400 metres
details
Verona Elder
  Great Britain
52.68 Nadezhda Ilyina
  Soviet Union
53.21 Inta Kļimoviča
  Soviet Union
53.91
800 metres
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Anita Barkusky
  East Germany
2:05.6 Sarmīte Štūla
  Soviet Union
2:06.2 Rositsa Pekhlivanova
  Bulgaria
2:06.3
1500 metres
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Natalia Andrei
  Romania
4:14.7 Tatyana Kazankina
  Soviet Union
4:14.8 Ellen Wellmann
  West Germany
4:16.2
60 metres hurdles
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Grażyna Rabsztyn
  Poland
8.04 Annelie Ehrhardt
  East Germany
8.12 Tatyana Anisimova
  Soviet Union
8.21
4 × 320 metres relay
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Inta Kļimoviča
Ingrida Barkane
Lyudmila Aksyonova
Nadezhda Ilyina
  Soviet Union
2:46.1 Elke Barth
Brigitte Koczelnik
Silvia Hollmann
Rita Wilden
  West Germany
2:47.3 Zofia Zwolińska
Genowefa Nowaczyk
Krystyna Kacperczyk
Danuta Piecyk
  Poland
2:49.6
High jump
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Rosemarie Ackermann
  East Germany
1.92 =CR Marie-Christine Debourse
  France
1.83 Annemieke Bouma
  Netherlands
1.80
Long jump
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Dorina Catineanu
  Romania
6.31 Lidiya Alfeyeva
  Soviet Union
6.29 Meta Antenen
  Switzerland
6.28
Shot put
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Marianne Adam
  East Germany
20.05 Helena Fibingerová
  Czechoslovakia
20.06 Ivanka Khristova
  Bulgaria
18.35

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  East Germany (GDR)4307
2  Soviet Union (URS)36817
3  West Germany (FRG)3216
4  Great Britain (GBR)3104
5  Poland (POL)23510
6  Romania (ROU)2013
7  Czechoslovakia (TCH)1102
  Finland (FIN)1102
  France (FRA)1102
10  Bulgaria (BUL)1034
11  Belgium (BEL)0101
  Hungary (HUN)0101
  Yugoslavia (YUG)0101
14  Netherlands (NED)0011
  Sweden (SWE)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (16 entries)21212163

Participating nationsEdit

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