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2001 European Athletics U23 Championships

The 3rd European Athletics U23 Championships were held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, at Olympisch Stadion on 12–15 July 2001.

3rd European Athletics U23 Championships
2001 European Athletics U23 Championships logo.png
Host cityAmsterdam, Netherlands
Date(s)12–15 July 2001
Main stadiumOlympisch Stadion
LevelU23
TypeOutdoor
Participation737 athletes from
41 nations
Events44

Contents

ResultsEdit

Complete results and medal winners were published.[1][2][3]

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Jonathan Barbour
  Great Britain
10.26 Fabrice Calligny
  France
10.40 Przemysław Rogowski
  Poland
10.45
200 metres
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Marcin Jędrusiński
  Poland
20.94 Łukasz Chyła
  Poland
20.99 Mark Howard
  Ireland
21.00
400 metres
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Yuriy Borzakovskiy
  Russia
46.06 Marc Alexander Scheer
  Germany
46.43 Rafał Wieruszewski
  Poland
46.57
800 metres
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Antonio Manuel Reina
  Spain
1:47.74 Joeri Jansen
  Belgium
1:47.80 Nicolas Aïssat
  France
1:47.81
1500 metres
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Wolfram Müller
  Germany
3:38.94 Ivan Heshko
  Ukraine
3:39.37 Sergio Gallardo
  Spain
3:39.50
5000 metres
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Yousef El Nasri
  Spain
14:02.97 Dmytro Baranovskyy
  Ukraine
14:03.67 Balázs Csillag
  Hungary
14:04.84
10,000 metres
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Dmytro Baranovskyy
  Ukraine
29:13.36 Koen Raymaekers
  Netherlands
29:15.24 Mattia Maccagnan
  Italy
29:15.32
110 metres hurdles
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Artur Budziłło
  Poland
13.76 Felipe Vivancos
  Spain
13.79 Chris Baillie
  Great Britain
13.85
400 metres hurdles
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Matthew Elias
  Great Britain
49.57 Periklis Iakovakis
  Greece
49.63 Mikael Jakobsson
  Sweden
50.86
3000 metres steeplechase
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Pavel Potapovich
  Russia
8:35.85 Vadim Slobodenyuk
  Ukraine
8:37.09 Henrik Skoog
  Sweden
8:38.27
20 kilometres walk
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Juan Manuel Molina
  Spain
1:23:03 Stepan Yudin
  Russia
1:23:10 José David Domínguez
  Spain
1:23:16
4 × 100 metres relay
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  Poland
Tomasz Kondratowicz
Łukasz Chyła
Marcin Placheta
Przemysław Rogowski
39.41   Great Britain
Jonathan O'Parka
Jonathan Barbour
Darren Chin
Ben Lewis
39.45   Slovenia
Matic Šušteršic
Matic Osovnikar
Boštjan Fridrih
Rok Orel
39.95
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Great Britain
David Naismith
Adam Potter
Richard McDonald
Matthew Elias
3:05.24   Germany
Simon Kirch
Stefan Holz
Ruwen Faller
Marc Alexander Scheer
3:05.39   Russia
Oleg Mishukov
Maksim Babarykin
Dmitriy Bogdanov
Yevgeniy Lebedev
3:06.41
High jump
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Rožle Prezelj
  Slovenia
2.21 Aleksandr Veryutin
  Belarus
2.18 Fabrice Saint Jean
  France
2.18
Pole vault
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Lars Börgeling
  Germany
5.60 Mikko Latvala
  Finland
5.50 Giuseppe Gibilisco
  Italy
5.50
Long jump
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Yann Domenech
  France
8.00 Volodymyr Zyuskov
  Ukraine
7.90 Schahriar Bigdeli
  Germany
7.81
Triple jump
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Christian Olsson
  Sweden
17.24 Igor Spasovkhodskiy
  Russia
17.08 Ionut Punga
  Romania
16.81
Shot put
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Mikuláš Konopka
  Slovakia
19.79 Yury Bialou
  Belarus
19.38 Leszek Śliwa
  Poland
19.08
Discus throw
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Zoltán Kővágó
  Hungary
63.85 Heinrich Seitz
  Germany
59.50 Gábor Máté
  Hungary
59.45
Hammer throw
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Nicolas Figère
  France
80.88 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen
  Finland
80.54 Miloslav Konopka
  Slovakia
76.28
Javelin throw
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Björn Lange
  Germany
80.85 Alexander Baranovskiy
  Russia
76.74 Janis Liepa
  Latvia
74.26
Decathlon
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André Niklaus
  Germany
8042 Jaakko Ojaniemi
  Finland
7907 William Frullani
  Italy
7871

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Sina Schielke
  Germany
11.52 Abiodun Oyepitan
  Great Britain
11.58 Johanna Manninen
  Finland
11.61
200 metres
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Johanna Manninen
  Finland
23.30 Sina Schielke
  Germany
23.45 Ciara Sheehy
  Ireland
23.54
400 metres
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Antonina Yefremova
  Ukraine
52.29 Helen Thieme
  Great Britain
52.75 Aneta Lemiesz
  Poland
53.25
800 metres
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Anna Zagorska
  Poland
2:07.27 Irina Somesan
  Romania
2:07.27 Tatyana Rodionova
  Russia
2:07.60
1500 metres
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Alesia Turava
  Belarus
4:09.71 Natalia Rodríguez
  Spain
4:11.20 Kelly Caffel
  Great Britain
4:12.30
5000 metres
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Katalin Szentgyörgy
  Hungary
15:40.55 Anastasiya Zubova
  Russia
15:40.78 Tatyana Khmeleva
  Russia
15:51.88
10,000 metres
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Olga Romanova
  Russia
33:36.03 Sonja Stolić
  Yugoslavia
33:37.02 Sabrina Mockenhaupt
  Germany
33:38.38
100 metres hurdles
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Susanna Kallur
  Sweden
12.96 Jenny Kallur
  Sweden
13.19 Tessy Prediger
  Germany
13.31
400 metres hurdles
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Sylvanie Morandais
  France
56.30 Aleksandra Pielużek
  Poland
56.51 Irēna Žauna
  Latvia
57.03
3000 metres steeplechase
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Melanie Schulz
  Germany
10:03.34 Lívia Tóth
  Hungary
10:04.99 Sigrid Vanden Bempt
  Belgium
10:08.46
20 kilometres walk
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Elisa Rigaudo
  Italy
1:29:54 Ryta Turava
  Belarus
1:30:15 Larissa Sofronova
  Russia
1:32:06
4 × 100 metres relay
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  Great Britain
Susan Burnside
Helen Roscoe
Sabrina Scott
Abiodun Oyepitan
44.31   Belarus
Yuliya Bartsevich
Aksana Drahun
Alena Neumiarzhitskaya
Yevgeniya Likhuta
44.64   Finland
Elina Lax
Heidi Hannula
Johanna Manninen
Katja Salivaara
44.76
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Great Britain
Karen Gear
Jenny Meadows
Tracey Duncan
Helen Thieme
3:31.74   Poland
Aleksandra Pielużek
Aneta Lemiesz
Monika Bejnar
Justyna Karolkiewicz
3:32.38   Ukraine
Natalya Zhuravlyova
Natalya Sidorenko
Yuliya Gurtovenko
Antonina Yefremova
3:34.16
High jump
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Ruth Beitia
  Spain
1.87 Marina Kuptsova
  Russia
Candeger Kilincer
  Turkey
1.87
Pole vault
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Monika Pyrek
  Poland
4.40 Annika Becker
  Germany
4.40 Carolin Hingst
  Germany
4.30
Long jump
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Jade Johnson
  Great Britain
6.52 Concepción Montaner
  Spain
6.46 Aurélie Felix
  France
6.41
Triple jump
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Irina Vasilieva
  Russia
13.80 Marija Martinović
  Yugoslavia
13.72 Amy Zongo
  France
13.68
Shot put
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Nadzeya Astapchuk
  Belarus
19.73 Lucica Ciobanu
  Romania
17.59 Kathleen Kluge
  Germany
17.06
Discus throw
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Mélina Robert-Michon
  France
58.52 Ileana Brindusoiu
  Romania
58.25 Olga Goncharenko
  Belarus
57.71
Hammer throw
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Manuela Montebrun
  France
66.73 Sini Pöyry
  Finland
64.71 Cecilia Nilsson
  Sweden
64.06
Javelin throw
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Nikolett Szabó
  Hungary
60.69 Mercedes Chilla
  Spain
57.78 Moonika Aava
  Estonia
56.12
Heptathlon
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Līga Kļaviņa
  Latvia
6279 Svetlana Sokolova
  Russia
6179 Austra Skujytė
  Lithuania
6087

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Netherlands)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany65516
2  Great Britain63211
3  Poland53412
4  France51410
5  Russia46414
6  Spain44210
7  Hungary3126
8  Belarus2417
  Ukraine2417
10  Sweden2136
11  Finland1427
12  Italy1034
13  Latvia1023
14  Slovakia1012
  Slovenia1012
16  Romania0314
17  Yugoslavia0202
18  Belgium0112
19  Greece0101
  Netherlands*0101
  Turkey0101
22  Ireland0022
23  Estonia0011
  Lithuania0011
Totals (24 nations)444543132

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 737 athletes from 41 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships Ostrava 2011 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK - 3rd European Athletics U23 Championships - Amsterdam, Netherlands - 12.-15.7.2001 (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 30–42, retrieved 24 October 2014
  2. ^ European Championships U23 - Amsterdam/NED - 12.-15.07.01 (PDF), sportfieber.pytalhost.com, archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-11-01, retrieved 31 October 2014
  3. ^ Athletics Weekly, EUROPEAN UNDER 23 CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved 24 October 2014