1985 European Cup (athletics)

The 1985 European Cup was the 10th edition of the European Cup of athletics.[1]

1985 European Cup
Dates17–18 August ("A" Finals)
10–11 August ("B" & "C" Finals)
Host cityMoscow, Soviet Union
LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
Events36

The "A" Finals were held in Moscow, Soviet Union. The first two teams qualified for the 1985 IAAF World Cup.

"A" FinalEdit

Held on 17 and 18 August in Moscow, Soviet Union[2]

Teams standingsEdit

Men
Pos. Nation Points
1   Soviet Union 125
2   East Germany 114
3   West Germany 92
4   Great Britain 90
5   Poland 85
6   Italy 72
7   Czechoslovakia 72
8   France 70
Women
Pos. Nation Points
1   Soviet Union 118
2   East Germany 111
3   Great Britain 67
4   Bulgaria 65
5   Czechoslovakia 62
6   Poland 60
7   West Germany 57
8   Italy 35

Results summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: +0.6 m/s)
Marian Woronin
  Poland
10.14 Vladimir Muravyov
  Russia
10.22 Frank Emmelmann
  East Germany
10.33
200 m
(Wind: +0.2 m/s)
Frank Emmelmann
  East Germany
20.23
CR
Aleksandr Yevgenyev
  Soviet Union
20.42 Ralf Lübke
  West Germany
20.43
400 m Thomas Schönlebe
  East Germany
44.96
CR
Vladimir Krylov
  Soviet Union
45.22 Derek Redmond
  Great Britain
45.35
800 m Tom McKean
  Great Britain
1:49.11 Piotr Piekarski
  Poland
1:49.73 Peter Braun
  West Germany
1:49.79
1500 m Steve Cram
  Great Britain
3:43.71 Olaf Beyer
  East Germany
3:44.96 Stefano Mei
  Italy
3:45.14
5000 m Alberto Cova
  Italy
14:05.45 Thomas Wessinghage
  West Germany
14:05.72 Steve Harris
  Great Britain
14:06.25
10,000 m Alberto Cova
  Italy
28:51.46 Werner Schildhauer
  East Germany
28:56.57 Christoph Herle
  West Germany
29:02.92
3000 m steeplechase Patriz Ilg
  West Germany
8:16.14 Bogusław Mamiński
  Poland
8:17.40 Joseph Mahmoud
  France
8:17.85
110 m hurdles
(Wind: +0.6 m/s)
Sergey Usov
  Soviet Union
13.56 Daniele Fontecchio
  Italy
13.66 Stéphane Caristan
  France
13.67
400 m hurdles Harald Schmid
  West Germany
47.85
=CR
Aleksandr Vasilyev
  Soviet Union
47.92 Mark Holtom
  Great Britain
50.47
4 × 100 m   Soviet Union
Andrey Shlyapnikov
Aleksandr Semyonov
Aleksandr Yevgenyev
Vladimir Muravyov
38.28   East Germany
Heiko Truppel
Steffen Bringmann
Olaf Prenzler
Frank Emmelmann
38.53   Italy
Antonio Ullo
Carlo Simionato
Domenico Gorla
Stefano Tilli
38.88
4 × 400 m   West Germany
Erwin Skamrahl
Klaus Just
Harald Schmid
Ralf Lübke
3:00.36
CR
  East Germany
Guido Lieske
Jens Carlowitz
Mathias Schersing
Thomas Schönlebe
3:00.48   Great Britain
Alan Slack
Kriss Akabusi
Derek Redmond
Todd Bennett
3:03.31
High jump Ján Zvara
  Czechoslovakia
2.29 Gerd Wessig
  East Germany
2.29 Igor Paklin
  Soviet Union
2.26
Pole vault Sergey Bubka
  Soviet Union
5.80
CR
Philippe Collet
  France
5.70 Marian Kolasa
  Poland
5.60
Long jump Sergey Layevskiy
  Soviet Union
8.19 Jan Leitner
  Czechoslovakia
8.00 Uwe Lange
  East Germany
7.96
Triple jump John Herbert
  Great Britain
17.39 Volker Mai
  East Germany
17.26 Oleg Protsenko
  Soviet Union
16.99
Shot put Sergey Smirnov
  Soviet Union
22.05
CR
Alessandro Andrei
  Italy
20.26 Udo Beyer
  East Germany
20.51
Discus throw Imrich Bugár
  Czechoslovakia
66.80 Georgiy Kolnootchenko
  Soviet Union
65.60 Dariusz Juzyszyn
  Poland
65.12
Hammer throw Jüri Tamm
  Soviet Union
82.90
CR
František Vrbka
  Czechoslovakia
80.38 Matthias Moder
  East Germany
77.88
Javelin throw Uwe Hohn
  East Germany
92.88
CR
Viktor Yevsyukov
  Soviet Union
88.26 Zdeněk Adamec
  Czechoslovakia
86.08
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: +0.1 m/s)
Marlies Göhr
  East Germany
10.95
CR
Marina Zhirova
  Soviet Union
10.98 Anelia Nuneva
  Bulgaria
11.14
200 m
(Wind: +0.2 m/s)
Marita Koch
  East Germany
22.02
CR
Elvira Barbashina
  Soviet Union
22.70 Ewa Kasprzyk
  Poland
22.72
400 m Olga Vladykina
  Soviet Union
48.60
=CR
Kirsten Emmelmann
  East Germany
50.20 Rositsa Stamenova
  Bulgaria
51.75
800 m Jarmila Kratochvílová
  Czechoslovakia
1:55.91
CR
Nadiya Olizarenko
  Soviet Union
1:56.63 Christine Wachtel
  East Germany
1:56.71
1500 m Ravilya Agletdinova
  Soviet Union
3:58.40
CR
Christina Boxer
  Great Britain
4:02.58 Hildegard Körner
  East Germany
4:03.55
3000 m Zola Budd
  Great Britain
8:35.32
CR
Zamira Zaytseva
  Soviet Union
8:35.74 Ulrike Bruns
  East Germany
8:36.51
10,000 m Olga Bondarenko
  Soviet Union
31:47.38
CR
Ines Bibernell
  East Germany
32:47.42 Angela Tooby
  Great Britain
33:04.66
100 m hurdles
(Wind: +1.6 m/s)
Ginka Zagorcheva
  Bulgaria
12.77 Vera Akimova
  Soviet Union
12.80 Cornelia Oschkenat
  East Germany
12.83
400 m hurdles Sabine Busch
  East Germany
54.13
CR
Marina Stepanova
  Soviet Union
54.73 Genowefa Błaszak
  Poland
55.90
4 × 100 m   East Germany
Silke Gladisch
Marita Koch
Ingrid Auerswald-Lange
Marlies Göhr
41.65
CR
  Soviet Union
Antonina Nastoburko
Natalya Pomoshchnikova
Marina Zhirova
Elvira Barbashina
42.00   Poland
Elżbieta Tomczak
Iwona Pakuła
Ewa Pisiewicz
Ewa Kasprzyk
42.71
4 × 400 m   Soviet Union
Olga Nazarova
Nadiya Olizarenko
Mariya Pinigina
Olga Vladykina
3:18.58
CR
  East Germany
Kirsten Emmelmann
Sabine Busch
Dagmar Neubauer
Petra Müller
3:20.10   Czechoslovakia
Alena Bulirová
Zuzana Moravčíková
Milena Strnadová
Jarmila Kratochvílová
3:26.59
High jump Stefka Kostadinova
  Bulgaria
2.06
CR
Tamara Bykova
  Soviet Union
2.02 Susanne Helm
  East Germany
1.96
Long jump Galina Chistyakova
  Soviet Union
7.28
CR
Heike Drechsler
  East Germany
7.23 Sabine Braun
  West Germany
6.71
Shot put Natalya Lisovskaya
  Soviet Union
21.10 Helena Fibingerová
  Czechoslovakia
19.86 Ines Müller
  East Germany
19.76
Discus throw Galina Savinkova
  Soviet Union
70.24 Martina Opitz
  East Germany
68.20 Tsvetanka Khristova
  Bulgaria
62.92
Javelin throw Petra Felke
  East Germany
73.20
CR
Fatima Whitbread
  Great Britain
71.90 Natalya Kolenchukova
  Soviet Union
65.92
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

"B" FinalEdit

Both "B" finals held on 20 and 21 August in Budapest, Hungary[2]

"C" FinalsEdit

All "C" finals held on 10 and 11 August[2]

MenEdit

WomenEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The SPAR European Cup: Memories of Europe's premier team athletics event". european-athletics.org. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
  2. ^ a b c 2010 Italian almanach (p468)

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