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1998 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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The 25th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held from Friday, 27 February to Sunday, 1 March 1998 at the Palace of Luis Puig, Valencia, Spain.[1]

1998 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Velodromo Luis Puig.jpg
Host venue in Valencia
Host cityValencia
Spain Spain
Date(s)27 February – 1 March
Main stadiumPalace of Luis Puig
Participation484 athletes from
39 nations
Events26

Contents

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Angelos Pavlakakis
  Greece
6.55 Jason Gardener
  Great Britain
6.59 Stéphane Cali
  France
6.60
200 metres
details
Serhiy Osovych
  Ukraine
20.40
NR
Anninos Marcoullides
  Cyprus
20.65 Allyn Condon
  Great Britain
20.68
400 metres
details
Ruslan Mashchenko
  Russia
45.90 Ashraf Saber
  Italy
45.99 Robert Maćkowiak
  Poland
46.00
800 metres
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Nils Schumann
  Germany
1:47.02 Marko Koers
  Netherlands
1:47.20 Vebjørn Rodal
  Norway
1:47.40
1500 metres
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Rui Silva
  Portugal
3:44.57 Abdelkader Chékhémani
  France
3:44.89 Andrey Zadorozhniy
  Russia
3:44.93
3000 metres
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John Mayock
  Great Britain
7:55.09 Manuel Pancorbo
  Spain
7:55.23 Alberto García
  Spain
7:55.24
60 m hurdles
details
Igors Kazanovs
  LAT
7.54 Tomasz Ścigaczewski
  Poland
7.56 Mike Fenner
  Germany
7.58
High jump
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Artur Partyka
  Poland
2.31 Vyacheslav Voronin
  Russia
2.31 Tomáš Janků
  Czech Republic
2.29
Pole vault
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Tim Lobinger
  Germany
5.80 Michael Stolle
  Germany
5.80 Daniel Ecker
  Germany
5.75
Long jump
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Alexey Lukashevich
  Ukraine
8.06 Carlos Calado
  Portugal
8.05 Emmanuel Bangué
  France
8.05
Triple jump
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Jonathan Edwards
  Great Britain
17.43 Charles Friedek
  Germany
17.15 Serge Hélan
  France
17.02
Shot put
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Oliver-Sven Buder
  Germany
21.47 Mika Halvari
  FIN
20.59 Arsi Harju
  FIN
20.53
Heptathlon
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Sebastian Chmara
  Poland
6415 Dezső Szabó
  Hungary
6249
NR
Lev Lobodin
  Russia
6226

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Melanie Paschke
  Germany
7.14 Frederique Bangue
  France
7.18 Odiah Sidibé
  France
7.22
200 metres
details
Svetlana Goncharenko
  Russia
22.46 Melanie Paschke
  Germany
22.50 Ekaterini Koffa
  Greece
22.86
400 metres
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Grit Breuer
  Germany
50.45 Ionela Târlea
  Romania
50.56 Helena Fuchsová
  Czech Republic
51.22
800 metres
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Ludmila Formanová
  Czech Republic
2:02.30 Malin Ewerlöf
  Sweden
2:03.61 Judit Varga
  Hungary
2:03.81
1500 metres
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Theresia Kiesl
  Austria
4:13.62 Lidia Chojecka
  Poland
4:14.93 Violeta Szekely
  Romania
4:15.54
3000 metres
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Gabriela Szabo
  Romania
8:49.96 Fernanda Ribeiro
  Portugal
8:51.42 Marta Dominguez
  Spain
8:57.72
60 m hurdles
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Patricia Girard-Léno
  France
7.85 Svetlana Laukhova
  Russia
8.01 Diane Allahgreen
  Great Britain
8.02
High jump
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Monica Iagar
  Romania
1.96 Alina Astafei
  Germany
1.94 Yelena Yelesina
  Russia
1.94
Pole vault
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Anzhela Balakhonova
  Ukraine
4.45
WR
Daniela Bártová
  Czech Republic
4.40 Vala Flosadóttir
  Iceland
4.40
Long jump
details
Fiona May
  Italy
6.91 Tatyana Ter-Mesrobyan
  Russia
6.72 Linda Ferga
  France
6.67
Triple jump
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Ashia Hansen
  Great Britain
15.16
WR
Šárka Kašpárková
  Czech Republic
14.76 Yelena Lebedenko
  Russia
14.32
Shot put
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Irina Korzhanenko
  Russia
20.25 Vita Pavlysh
  Ukraine
20.00 Corrie de Bruin
  Netherlands
18.97
Pentathlon
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Urszula Włodarczyk
  Poland
4808 Irina Belova
  Russia
4631 Karin Specht
  Germany
4523

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)54312
2  Russia (RUS)34411
3  Poland (POL)3216
4  Great Britain (GBR)3126
5  Ukraine (UKR)3104
6  Romania (ROM)2114
7  France (FRA)1258
8  Czech Republic (CZE)1225
9  Portugal (POR)1203
10  Italy (ITA)1102
11  Greece (GRE)1012
12  Austria (AUT)1001
  Latvia (LAT)1001
14  Spain (ESP)0123
15  Finland (FIN)0112
  Hungary (HUN)0112
  Netherlands (NED)0112
18  Cyprus (CYP)0101
  Sweden (SWE)0101
20  Iceland (ISL)0011
  Norway (NOR)0011
Totals (21 nations)26262678

Participating nationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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