1982 European Athletics Championships – Women's heptathlon

These are the official results of the Women's Heptathlon competition at the 1982 European Championships in Athens, Greece, held at Olympic Stadium "Spiros Louis" on 9 and 10 September 1982.[1]

MedalistsEdit

Gold   Ramona Neubert
East Germany (GDR)
Silver   Sabine Möbius
East Germany (GDR)
Bronze   Sabine Everts
West Germany (FRG)

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

9/10 September

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Name Nationality 100m H HJ SP 200m LJ JT 800m Points Notes
  Ramona Neubert   East Germany 13.61 1.83 15.02 23.40 6.63 42.48 2:11.06 6622 (6664) CR
  Sabine Möbius   East Germany 12.89 1.83 13.51 23.71 6.68 41.40 2:11.55 6595 (6629)
  Sabine Everts   West Germany 13.46 1.89 11.81 23.76 6.66 36.46 2:08.71 6420 (6445)
4 Anke Vater   East Germany 13.81 1.83 15.26 24.17 6.31 34.86 2:08.09 6389 (6371)
5 Natalya Shubenkova   Soviet Union 13.37 1.80 13.23 24.31 6.03 43.80 2:08.76 6361 (6323)
6 Valentina Dimitrova   Bulgaria 14.27 1.80 15.20 25.11 6.29 43.28 2:09.41 6326 (6313)
7 Judy Livermore   United Kingdom 13.48 1.89 14.00 24.76 6.02 37.08 2:11.49 6286 (6259)
8 Mila Kolyadina   Soviet Union 13.94 1.74 16.04 24.97 6.08 44.22 2:27.56 6101 (6057)
9 Tineke Hidding   Netherlands 14.00 1.77 13.04 24.63 6.04 37.20 2:15.45 6016 (5932)
10 Corina Țifrea   Romania 13.99 1.74 12.27 24.89 6.22 39.82 2:16.03 5988 (5919)
11 Kristine Tånnander   Sweden 13.94 1.77 12.58 25.09 5.95 40.04 2:15.09 5984 (5900)
12 Zsuzsa Vanyek   Hungary 14.27 1.77 12.61 25.09 6.48 33.84 2:15.14 5957 (5905)
13 Małgorzata Nowak   Poland 14.02 1.68 14.55 24.98 5.95 39.34 2:19.09 5948 (5851)
14 Florence Picaut   France 13.74 1.80 13.05 25.88 5.81 39.80 2:20.39 5897 (5805)
15 Annette Tånnander   Sweden 14.16 1.80 11.97 26.75 5.92 45.62 2:21.33 5810 (5732)
16 Corinne Schneider    Switzerland 14.52 1.77 12.45 26.20 5.69 43.34 2:20.41 5737 (5623)
17 Anne Kyllönen   Finland 14.44 1.77 11.69 25.78 5.76 31.24 2:14.97 5623 (5486)

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 17 athletes from 13 countries participated in the event.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 436–443, retrieved 13 August 2014 CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)