1993 European Cup (athletics)

The 1993 European Cup was the 14th edition of the European Cup of athletics.[1]

1993 European Cup
Dates26–27 June (Super League)
12–13 June (First & Second League)
Host cityRome, Italy
LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
Events37

It was the first edition to use the term "Leagues" (Super League, First League, Second League). The Super League Finals were held in Rome, Italy.

Super LeagueEdit

Held on 26 and 27 June in Rome, Italy[2]

Team standingsEdit

Men
Pos. Nation Points
1   Russia 128
2   Great Britain 124
3   France 123
4   Germany 119
5   Italy 112
6   Ukraine 97
7   Spain 76
8   Poland 65
9   Czech Republic 54
Women
Pos. Nation Points
1   Russia 141
2   Romania 102
3   Ukraine 97,5
4   Germany 96
5   Great Britain 91
6   France 75
7   Poland 62
8   Italy 55.5
9   Finland 44

The dissolved Soviet Union was replaced by Russia and Ukraine which resulted in 9 teams competing. As a result, three teams had to be relegated to the first league.

Results summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: +1.3 m/s)
Linford Christie
  Great Britain
10.22 Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy
  Russia
10.28 Daniel Sangouma
  France
10.42
200 m
(Wind: -0.9 m/s)
John Regis
  Great Britain
20.38 Andrey Fedoriv
  Russia
20.54 Robert Kurnicki
  Germany
20.59
400 m David Grindley
  Great Britain
44.75
CR
Dmitriy Golovastov
  Russia
45.65 Jean-Louis Rapnouil
  France
45.91
800 m Andrey Bulkovskiy
  Ukraine
1:47.32 Andrea Benvenuti
  Italy
1:47.63 Tom McKean
  Great Britain
1:47.67
1500 m Andrey Bulkovskiy
  Ukraine
3:37.51 Fermín Cacho
  Spain
3:38.09 Pascal Thiébaut
  France
3:38.12
5000 m Rob Denmark
  Great Britain
13:30.02 Alessandro Lambruschini
  Italy
13:30.96 Abel Antón
  Spain
13:31.35
10,000 m Thierry Pantel
  France
28:02.71 Francesco Panetta
  Italy
28:13.99 José Carlos Adán
  Spain
28:16.19
3000 m steeplechase Steffen Brand
  Germany
8:17.77 Francesco Panetta
  Italy
8:22.95 Thierry Brusseau
  France
8:24.60
110 m hurdles
(Wind: -0.2 m/s)
Colin Jackson
  Great Britain
13.10
CR
Florian Schwarthoff
  Germany
13.50 Dan Philibert
  France
13.62
400 m hurdles Stéphane Diagana
  France
48.08 Olaf Hense
  Germany
48.48 Oleg Tverdokhleb
  Ukraine
48.70
4 × 100 m   Great Britain
Jason John
Tony Jarrett
John Regis
Linford Christie
38.53   France
Éric Perrot
Daniel Sangouma
Jean-Charles Trouabal
Bruno Marie-Rose
38.72   Russia
Pavel Galkin
Edvin Ivanov
Andrey Fedoriv
Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy
38.89
4 × 400 m   Great Britain
Du'aine Ladejo
Kriss Akabusi
John Regis
David Grindley
3:00.25
CR
  Russia
Dmitriy Kliger
Dmitriy Kosov
Mikhail Vdovin
Dmitriy Golovastov
3:00.75   France
Jean-Louis Rapnouil
Pierre-Marie Hilaire
André Jaffory
Stéphane Diagana
3:00.94
High jump Artur Partyka
  Poland
2.30 Jean-Charles Gicquel
  France
2.30 Roberto Ferrari
  Italy
2.30
Pole vault Rodion Gataullin
  Russia
6.00
CR
Sergey Bubka
  Ukraine
5.80 Javier García
  Spain
5.70
Long jump Giovanni Evangelisti
  Italy
8.04w Ángel Hernández
  Spain
8.04w Stanislav Tarasenko
  Russia
7.93
Triple jump Pierre Camara
  France
17.46w Jonathan Edwards
  Great Britain
17.27 Ralf Jaros
  Germany
17.18
Shot put Aleksandr Bagach
  Ukraine
20.15 Paolo Dal Soglio
  Italy
19.79 Yevgeniy Palchikov
  Russia
19.64
Discus throw Lars Riedel
  Germany
66.30 Dmitriy Shevchenko
  Russia
63.96 Vladimir Zinchenko
  Ukraine
62.42
Hammer throw Sergey Litvinov
  Russia
80.78 Christophe Épalle
  France
76.08 Andrey Skvaruk
  Ukraine
76.00
Javelin throw Jan Železný
  Czech Republic
89.84 Mick Hill
  Great Britain
80.76 Andrey Shevchuk
  Russia
79.16
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: -0.3 m/s)
Irina Privalova
  Russia
11.08 Marie-José Pérec
  France
11.27 Zhanna Tarnopolskaya
  Ukraine
11.29
200 m
(Wind: +0.8 m/s)
Irina Privalova
  Russia
22.30 Marie-José Pérec
  France
22.30 Silke Knoll
  Germany
22.89
400 m Yelena Ruzina
  Russia
51.54 Elsa Devassoigne
  France
51.92 Linda Keough
  Great Britain
52.14
800 m Ella Kovacs
  Romania
1:57.5 Lyubov Kremlyova
  Russia
1:59.8 Yelena Storchovaya
  Ukraine
2:00.1
1500 m Vera Chuvashova
  Russia
4:16.03 Violeta Beclea
  Romania
4:16.36 Yvonne Murray
  Great Britain
4:17.51
3000 m Margareta Keszeg
  Romania
8:51.88 Yelena Kopytova
  Russia
8:52.27 Alison Wyeth
  Great Britain
8:52.98
10,000 m Viktoriya Nenasheva
  Russia
32:33.46 Iulia Negura
  Romania
32:36.05 Tamara Koba
  Ukraine
32:39.50
100 m hurdles
(Wind: +0.3 m/s)
Marina Azyabina
  Russia
12.63 Jacqui Agyepong
  Great Britain
13.17 Liliana Nastase
  Romania
13.22
400 m hurdles Sally Gunnell
  Great Britain
53.73
CR
Anna Knoroz
  Russia
54.42 Nicoleta Carutasu
  Romania
54.94
4 × 100 m   Russia
Olga Bogoslovskaya
Natalya Voronova
Marina Trandenkova
Irina Privalova
42.79   France
Patricia Girard
Odiah Sidibé
Maguy Nestoret
Marie-José Pérec
43.01   Germany
Melanie Paschke
Silke Knoll
Bettina Zipp
Andrea Philipp
43.46
4 × 400 m   Russia
Yelena Golesheva
Yelena Ruzina
Vera Sychugova
Tatyana Alekseyeva
3:24.23   Ukraine
Lyudmila Koshchey
Aelita Yurchenko
Yelena Nasonkina
Lyudmila Dzhigalova
3:27.37   Germany
Karin Janke
Anja Rücker
Jana Schönenberger
Sandra Seuser
3:27.80
High jump Alina Astafei
  Romania
2.00 Heike Henkel
  Germany
1.96 Katarzyna Majchrzak
  Poland
1.92
Long jump Heike Drechsler
  Germany
7.02 Yelena Sinchukova
  Russia
6.94w Fiona May
  Great Britain
6.73
Triple jump Yolanda Chen
  Russia
14.34w Helga Radtke
  Germany
14.05 Inessa Kravets
  Ukraine
13.99
Shot put Anna Romanova
  Russia
19.43 Valentina Fedyushina
  Ukraine
18.91 Stephanie Storp
  Germany
18.85
Discus throw Larisa Korotkevich
  Russia
64.58 Larisa Mikhalchenko
  Ukraine
63.04 Renata Katewicz
  Poland
61.68
Javelin throw Felicia Tilea
  Romania
62.68 Karen Forkel
  Germany
61.92 Yekaterina Ivakina
  Russia
61.74
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)

First LeagueEdit

First League was held on 12 and 13 June in Brussels, Belgium[2]

Second LeagueEdit

The Second League was held on 12 and 13 June[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 Archived 2021-08-28 at the Wayback Machine (p469)

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