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1999 European Athletics Junior Championships

The 1999 European Athletics Junior Championships were held in Riga, Latvia on August 5–8.

1999 European Athletics Junior Championships
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Host cityRiga, Latvia Latvia
Date(s)5–8 August
Main stadiumDaugava Stadium
LevelUnder-20

Contents

Men's resultsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Fabrice Calligny
  France
10.19 Mark Lewis-Francis
  Great Britain
10.37 Kostyantyn Vasyukov
  Ukraine
10.41
200 m Alessandro Cavallaro
  Italy
20.46 Tim Benjamin
  Great Britain
20.60 Chris Lambert
  Great Britain
20.67
400 m Ruwen Faller
  Germany
46.38 Filip Walotka
  Poland
46.42 Georgios Doupis
  Greece
47.03
800 m Yuriy Borzakovskiy
  Russia
1:50.38 Nick Andrews
  Great Britain
1:50.92 Bram Som
  Netherlands
1:50.96
1500 m Franek Haschke
  Germany
3:44.17 Bert Leenaerts
  Belgium
3:44.47 Stefan Beumer
  Netherlands
3:45.13
5000 m Wolfram Muller
  Germany
14:05.98 Radu Stroia
  Romania
14:11.05 Mattia Maccagnan
  Italy
14:12.51
10,000 m Hans Janssens
  Belgium
29:49.59 Radu Stroia
  Romania
29:55.18 Oliver Bodor
  Hungary
30:00.91
3000 m steeplechase Jakub Czaja
  Poland
8:41.91 Vadim Slobodenyuk
  Ukraine
8:44.48 Kevin Paulsen
  France
8:45.69
110 m hurdles Felipe Vivancos*
  Spain
13.92 Thomas Blaschek*
  Germany
13.93 Mark Brandon*
  Great Britain
13.99
400 m hurdles Dmitriy Zhukov
  Russia
51.46 Richard Mcdonald
  Great Britain
51.62 Luca Bortolaso
  Italy
51.80
4x100 metres relay   France
Damien Degroote
Fabrice Calligny
Julien Arame
Leslie Djhone
39.49   Poland
Mariusz Latkowski
Łukasz Chyła
Marcin Jędrusiński
Przemysław Rogowski
39.67   Italy
Simone Mare
Pantaleo Spina
Marco Cuneo
Alessandro Cavallaro
39.78
4x400 metres relay   Germany
Stefan Giessler
Benjamin Mielke
Ralf Riester
Ruwen Faller
3:07.42   Poland
Tomasz Smolarczyk
Bartosz Ozdarski
Rafał Wieruszewski
Filip Walotka
3:08.15   Great Britain
Ian Lowthian
Chris Bennett
Adam Buckley
Kris Stewart
3:08.97
10,000 m walk Māris Putenis
  Latvia
40:27.37 Vladimir Potemin
  Russia
40:28.46 José Dominguez
  Spain
40:34.82
High jump Christian Olsson
  Sweden
2.21 m Gregory Gabella
  France
2.19 m Yaroslav Rybakov
  Russia
2.16 m
Pole vault Sébastien Homo
  France
5.35 m Fabrice Fortin
  France
5.35 m Thilo Kraus
  Germany
5.20 m
Long jump Leslie Djhone
  France
7.88 m Krasimir Argirov
  Bulgaria
7.74 m Tomasz Mateusiak
  Poland
7.60 m
Triple jump Tosin Oke
  Great Britain
16.57 m Christian Olsson
  Sweden
16.18 m Marian Oprea
  Romania
15.98 m
Shot put Rutger Smith
  Netherlands
18.27 m Tomasz Chrzanowski
  Poland
18.19 m Teijo Koopikka
  Finland
18.01 m
Discus throw Rutger Smith
  Netherlands
52.89 m Pavel Lyzhin
  Belarus
52.15 m Heinrich Seitz
  Germany
50.76 m
Hammer throw Olli-Pekka Karjalainen
  Finland
75.80 m Wojciech Kondratowicz
  Poland
74.12 m Markus Esser
  Germany
66.68 m
Javelin throw Tomas Intas
  Lithuania
77.88 m David Parker
  Great Britain
77.26 m Tim Werner
  Germany
76.31 m
Decathlon Aki Heikkinen
  Finland
7881 pts Jaakko Ojaniemi
  Finland
7763 pts Roland Schwarzl
  Austria
7447 pts

(*)Chris Bailey result removed

Women's resultsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Sina Schielke
  Germany
11.39 Johanna Manninen
  Finland
11.47 Adrianna Lamalle
  France
11.51
200 m Sina Schielke
  Germany
23.08 Johanna Manninen
  Finland
23.26 Ciara Sheehy
  Ireland
23.49
400 m Olesya Zykina
  Russia
52.00 Natalya Lavshuk
  Russia
53.44 Justyna Karolkiewicz
  Poland
53.78
800 m Irina Latva
  Latvia
2:03.45 Yuliya Gurtovenko
  Ukraine
2:03.81 Sibel Özyurt
  Turkey
2:03.82
1.500 m Sibel Özyurt
  Turkey
4:15.62 Natalya Sidorenko
  Russia
4:15.91 Yekaterina Noskova
  Russia
4:16.56
3.000 m Olga Roseyeva
  Russia
9:07.79 Tezeta Sürekli
  Turkey
9:08.09 Sonja Stolić
  Yugoslavia
9:10.01
5.000 m Tezeta Sürekli
  Turkey
16:01.32 Elvan Can
  Turkey
16:06.40 Yelena Tolstygina
  Belarus
16:17.04
100 m hurdles Reina-Flor Okori
  France
13.16 Fanny Gérance
  France
13.27 Manuela Bosco
  Finland
13.34
400 m hurdles Alena Rücklová
  Czech Republic
58.55 Benedetta Ceccarelli
  Italy
59.10 Nicola Sanders
  Great Britain
59.21
4x100 metres relay   Germany
Mirjam Wallner
Sina Schielke
Kerstin Grötzinger
Annegret Dietrich
44.04   Finland
Manuela Bosco
Katja Salivaara
Johanna Manninen
Heidi Hannula
44.40   France
Fanny Gérance
Adriana Lamalle
Gwladys Belliard
Nadia Raymond
44.69
4x400 metres relay   Russia
Yana Vetcherkevitch
Olga Golendukhina
Natalya Lavshuk
Olesya Zykina
3:34.06   Germany
Claudia Hempel
Daniela Mark
Claudia Hoffmann
Karoline Hagen
3:34.84   Poland
Justyna Karolkiewicz
Aneta Lemiesz
Ilona Szymerska
Żaneta Tomczyk
3:35.24
5000 m walk Larisa Safronova
  Russia
21:40.77 Daniela Cârlan
  Romania
21:46.15 Ryta Turava
  Belarus
21:48.11
High jump Viktoriya Slivka
  Russia
1.90 m Christelle Preau
  France
1.88 m Marina Kuptsova
  Russia
1.88 m
Pole vault Yvonne Buschbaum
  Germany
4.25 m Annika Becker
  Germany
4.20 m Amandine Homo
  France
4.15 m
Long jump Maria Chiara Baccini
  Italy
6.39 m Concepción Montaner
  Spain
6.39 m Silvia Favre
  Italy
6.25 m
Triple jump Mariana Bogatie
  Romania
13.57 m Mariana Solomon
  Romania
13.39 m Anna Pyatykh
  Russia
13.36 m
Shot put Nadzeya Astapchuk
  Belarus
18.20 m Oksana Gromova
  Russia
16.31 m Bianca Grosser
  Germany
16.24 m
Discus throw Wioletta Potępa
  Poland
53.93 m Adina Mocanu
  Romania
53.89 m Ilona Rutjes
  Netherlands
53.19 m
Hammer throw Bianca Achilles
  Germany
66.81 m Sini Pöyry
  Finland
63.60 m Merja Korpela
  Finland
59.51 m
Javelin throw Nikolett Szabó
  Hungary
61.52 m Carolin Soboll
  Germany
56.86 m Xénia Frajka
  Hungary
54.29 m
Heptathlon Maren Freisen
  Germany
5909 pts Michaela Hejnová
  Czech Republic
5786 pts Antónia Schulze-Borges
  Germany
5543 pts

Medal tableEdit

 
Yuriy Borzakovskiy won the 800 metres gold.
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)103720
2  Russia (RUS)74415
3  France (FRA)54413
4  Finland (FIN)25310
  Great Britain (GBR)25310
  Poland (POL)25310
7  Turkey (TUR)2215
8  Italy (ITA)2147
9  Netherlands (NED)2035
10  Latvia (LAT)2002
11  Romania (ROM)1517
12  Belarus (BLR)1124
13  Spain (ESP)1113
14  Belgium (BEL)1102
  Czech Republic (CZE)1102
  Sweden (SWE)1102
17  Hungary (HUN)1023
18  Lithuania (LTU)1001
19  Ukraine (UKR)0213
20  Bulgaria (BUL)0101
21  Austria (AUT)0011
  Greece (GRE)0011
  Ireland (IRL)0011
  Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia)0011
Totals (24 nations)444243129


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