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1994 European Athletics Championships

The 16th European Athletics Championships were held from 7 August to 14 August 1994 in the Olympic Stadium of Helsinki, Finland.

16th European Athletics Championships
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The logo of the 1994 European Athletics Championships
Host cityHelsinki, Finland
Date(s)7–14 August 1994
Main stadiumHelsinki Olympic Stadium
LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
Participation1113 athletes from
44 nations
Events44

Men's resultsEdit

Complete results were published.[1]

TrackEdit

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Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Linford Christie
  Great Britain
10.14 Geir Moen
  Norway
10.20 Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy
  Russia
10.31
200 m
details
Geir Moen
  Norway
20.30 Vladyslav Dolohodin
  Ukraine
20.47 Patrick Stevens
  Belgium
20.68
400 m
details
Du'aine Ladejo
  Great Britain
45.09 Roger Black
  Great Britain
45.20 Matthias Rusterholz
   Switzerland
45.96
800 m
details
Andrea Benvenuti
  Italy
1:46.12 Vebjørn Rodal
  Norway
1:46.53 Tomás de Teresa
  Spain
1:46.56
1500 m
details
Fermín Cacho
  Spain
3:35.27 Isaac Viciosa
  Spain
3:36.01 Branko Zorko
  Croatia
3:36.88
5000 m
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Dieter Baumann
  Germany
13:36.93 Robert Denmark
  Great Britain
13:37.50 Abel Antón
  Spain
13:38.04
10,000 m
details
Abel Antón
  Spain
28:06.03 Vincent Rousseau
  Belgium
28:06.63 Stéphane Franke
  Germany
28:07.95
Marathon
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Martín Fiz
  Spain
2:10:31 Diego Garcia
  Spain
2:10:46 Alberto Juzdado
  Spain
2:11:18
110 metres hurdles
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Colin Jackson
  Great Britain
13.08 Florian Schwarthoff
  Germany
13.16 Tony Jarrett
  Great Britain
13.23
400 metres hurdles
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Oleg Tverdokhleb
  Ukraine
48.06 Sven Nylander
  Sweden
48.22 Stéphane Diagana
  France
48.23
3000 metres steeplechase
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Alessandro Lambruschini
  Italy
8:28.68 Angelo Carosi
  Italy
8:29.81 William Van Dijck
  Belgium
8:30.93
20 kilometres walk
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Mikhail Shchennikov
  Russia
1:18:45 Yevgeniy Misyulya
  Belarus
1:19:22 Valentí Massana
  Spain
1:20:33
50 kilometres walk
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Valeriy Spitsyn
  Russia
3:41:07 Thierry Toutain
  France
3:43:52 Giovanni Perricelli
  Italy
3:43:55
4 × 100 metres relay
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Hermann Lomba
Eric Perrot
Jean-Charles Trouabal
Daniel Sangouma
  France
38.57 Serhiy Osovych
Oleh Kramarenko
Dmytro Vanyayikin
Vladyslav Dolohodin
  Ukraine
38.98 Ezio Madonia
Domenico Nettis
Giorgio Marras
Sandro Floris
  Italy
38.99
4 × 400 metres relay
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David McKenzie
Roger Black
Brian Whittle
Du'aine Ladejo
  Great Britain
2:59.13 Pierre-Marie Hilaire
Jacques Farraudiére
Jean-Louis Rapnouil
Stéphane Diagana
  France
3:01.11 Mikhail Vdovin
Dmitriy Bey
Dmitriy Kosov
Dmitriy Golovastov
  Russia
3:03.10
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)

FieldEdit

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Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Steinar Hoen
  Norway
2.35 Artur Partyka
  Poland
Steve Smith
  Great Britain
2.33
Long jump
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Ivaylo Mladenov
  Bulgaria
8.09 Milan Gombala
  Czech Republic
8.04 Konstantinos Koukodimos
  Greece
8.01
Pole vault
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Radion Gataullin
  Russia
6.00 Igor Trandenkov
  Russia
5.90 Jean Galfione
  France
5.85
Triple jump
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Denis Kapustin
  Russia
17.62 Serge Hélan
  France
17.55 Māris Bružiks
  Latvia
17.20
Shot put
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Aleksandr Klimenko
  Ukraine
20.78 Oleksandr Bagach
  Ukraine
20.34 Roman Virastyuk
  Ukraine
19.59
Discus throw
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Vladimir Dubrovshchik
  Belarus
64.78 Dmitriy Shevchenko
  Russia
64.56 Jürgen Schult
  Germany
64.18
Javelin throw
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Steve Backley
  Great Britain
85.20 Seppo Räty
  Finland
82.90 Jan Železný
  Czech Republic
82.58
Hammer throw
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Vasiliy Sidorenko
  Russia
81.10 Igor Astapkovich
  Belarus
80.40 Heinz Weis
  Germany
78.48
Decathlon
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Alain Blondel
  France
8453 Henrik Dagård
  Sweden
8362 Lev Lobodin
  Ukraine
8201
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 resultsEdit

TrackEdit

1986 |1990 |1994 |1998 |2002 |

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
details
Irina Privalova
  Russia
11.02 Zhanna Pintusevich
  Ukraine
11.10 Melanie Paschke
  Germany
11.28
200 metres
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Irina Privalova
  Russia
22.32 Zhanna Pintusevich
  Ukraine
22.77 Galina Malchugina
  Russia
22.90
400 metres
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Marie-José Pérec
  France
50.33 Svetlana Goncharenko
  Russia
51.24 Phylis Smith
  Great Britain
51.30
800 metres
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Lyubov Gurina
  Russia
1:58.55 Natalya Dukhnova
  Belarus
1:58.55 Lyudmila Rogachova
  Russia
1:58.69
1500 metres
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Lyudmila Rogachova
  Russia
4:18.93 Kelly Holmes
  Great Britain
4:19.30 Yekaterina Podkopayeva
  Russia
4:19.37
3000 metres
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Sonia O'Sullivan
  Ireland
8:31.84 Yvonne Murray
  Great Britain
8:36.48 Gabriela Szabo
  Romania
8:40.08
10,000 metres
details
Fernanda Ribeiro
  Portugal
31:08.75 Conceição Ferreira
  Portugal
31:32.82 Daria Nauer
   Switzerland
31:35.96
Marathon
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Manuela Machado
  Portugal
2:29:54 Maria Curatolo
  Italy
2:30:33 Adriana Barbu
  Romania
2:30:55
100 metres hurdles
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Svetla Dimitrova
  Bulgaria
12.72 Yuliya Graudyn
  Russia
12.93 Yordanka Donkova
  Bulgaria
12.93
400 metres hurdles
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Sally Gunnell
  Great Britain
53.33 Silvia Rieger
  Germany
54.68 Anna Knoroz
  Russia
54.68
10 kilometres walk
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Sari Essayah
  Finland
42:37 Annarita Sidoti
  Italy
42:43 Yelena Nikolayeva
  Russia
42:43
4 × 100 metres relay
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Melanie Paschke
Silke Knoll
Bettina Zipp
Silke Lichtenhagen
  Germany
42.90 Natalya Anisimova
Marina Trandenkova
Galina Malchugina
Irina Privalova
  Russia
42.96 Desislava Dimitrova
Svetla Dimitrova
Anelia Nuneva
Petya Pendareva
  Bulgaria
43.00
4 × 400 metres relay
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Francine Landre
Évelyne Élien
Viviane Dorsile
Marie-José Pérec
  France
3:22.34 Natalya Khrushcheleva
Yelena Andreyeva
Tatyana Zakharova
Svetlana Goncharenko
  Russia
3:24.06 Karin Janke
Heike Meißner
Uta Rohländer
Anja Rücker
  Germany
3:24.10

FieldEdit

1986 |1990 |1994 |1998 |2002 |

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Britta Bilač
  Slovenia
2.00 Yelena Gulyayeva
  Russia
1.96 Nelė Žilinskienė
  Lithuania
1.93
Long jump
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Heike Drechsler
  Germany
7.14 Inessa Kravets
  Ukraine
6.99 Fiona May
  Italy
6.90
Triple jump
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Anna Biryukova
  Russia
14.89 Inna Lasovskaya
  Russia
14.85 Inessa Kravets
  Ukraine
14.67
Shot put
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Vita Pavlysh
  Ukraine
19.61 Astrid Kumbernuss
  Germany
19.49 Svetla Mitkova
  Bulgaria
19.45
Discus throw
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Ilke Wyludda
  Germany
68.72 Ellina Zvereva
  Belarus
64.46 Mette Bergmann
  Norway
64.34
Javelin throw
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Trine Hattestad
  Norway
68.00 Karen Forkel
  Germany
66.10 Felicia Moldovan
  Romania
64.34
Heptathlon
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Sabine Braun
  Germany
6.419 Rita Ináncsi
  Hungary
6.404 Urszula Włodarczyk
  Poland
6.322

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Finland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)108725
2  Great Britain (GBR)65213
3  Germany (GER)54514
4  France (FRA)4329
5  Ukraine (UKR)36312
6  Spain (ESP)3249
7  Norway (NOR)3216
8  Italy (ITA)2338
9  Portugal (POR)2103
10  Bulgaria (BUL)2035
11  Belarus (BLR)1405
12  Finland (FIN)*1102
13  Ireland (IRL)1001
  Slovenia (SLO)1001
15  Sweden (SWE)0202
16  Belgium (BEL)0123
17  Czech Republic (CZE)0112
  Poland (POL)0112
19  Hungary (HUN)0101
20  Romania (ROU)0033
21   Switzerland (SUI)0022
22  Croatia (CRO)0011
  Greece (GRE)0011
  Latvia (LAT)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
Totals (25 nations)444543132

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 1125 athletes from 43 countries participated in the event, 12 athletes more than the official number of 1113 and one country less than the official number of 44 as published.[2] The announced athlete from   Macedonia did not show.

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

Differences to competition format since the 1990 European Championships:

  • Women's Triple Jump was added as a new event
  • East and West Germany competed as one team
  • Countries that made up the Soviet Union competed as separate teams
  • Countries that made up Yugoslavia competed as separate teams

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 460–470, retrieved 13 August 2014
  2. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, p. 4, retrieved 13 August 2014