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2005 European Athletics U23 Championships

The 5th European Athletics U23 Championships were held in Erfurt, Germany, at Steigerwaldstadion between 14–17 July 2005.

5th European Athletics U23 Championships
2005 European Athletics U23 Championships logo.png
Host cityErfurt, Germany
Date(s)14–17 July 2005
Main stadiumSteigerwaldstadion
LevelU23
TypeOutdoor
Participation748 athletes from
41 nations
Events44

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

Contents

Men's ResultsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Oudéré Kankarafou
  France
10.26 Eddy De Lépine
  France
10.30 Stefan Wieser
  Germany
10.32
200 metres
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David Alerte
  France
20.47 Sebastian Ernst
  Germany
20.58 Koura Kaba Fantoni
  Italy
20.71
400 metres
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Robert Tobin
  Great Britain
46.81 Kamghe Gaba
  Germany
47.07 Daniel Dąbrowski
  Poland
47.44
800 metres
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Kévin Hautcœur
  France
1:51.29 Manuel Olmedo
  Spain
1:51.47 René Bauschinger
  Germany
1:51.49
1500 metres
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Arturo Casado
  Spain
3:47.02 Stefan Eberhardt
  Germany
3:48.09 Francisco España
  Spain
3:48.16
5000 metres
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Anatoliy Rybakov
  Russia
14:06.69 Mo Farah
  Great Britain
14:10.96 Aleksey Aleksandrov
  Russia
14:11.10
10,000 metres
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Yevgeniy Rybakov
  Russia
29:30.76 André Pollmächer
  Germany
29:33.22 Marius Ionescu
  Romania
29:34.52
110 metres hurdles
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David Hughes
  Great Britain
13.56 Willi Mathiszik
  Germany
13.58 Stanislav Sajdok
  Czech Republic
13.66
400 metres hurdles
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Rhys Williams
  Great Britain
49.60 Minas Alozidis
  Greece
50.04 Ákos Dezso
  Hungary
50.31
3000 metres steeplechase
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Radosław Popławski
  Poland
8:32.61 Halil Akkaş
  Turkey
8:37.38 Pieter Desmet
  Belgium
8:41.07
4 × 100 metres relay
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  France
Oudéré Kankarafou
Idrissa M'Barke
Eddy De Lépine
David Alerte
38.95   Germany
Florian Rentz
Marius Broening
Sebastian Ernst
Till Helmke
39.12   Italy
Rosario La Mastra
Alessandro Rocco
Stefano Anceschi
Koura Kaba Fantoni
39.41
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Poland
Witold Bańka
Piotr Zrada
Daniel Dąbrowski
Piotr Kędzia
3:04.41   Great Britain
Andrew Steele
Rhys Williams
Richard Davenport
Robert Tobin
3:04.83   Netherlands
Daniël Ward
Daniel de Wild
Sjors Kampen
Robert Lathouwers
3:04.99
20 kilometres walk
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Igor Yerokhin
  Russia
1:23:14 Benjamin Sánchez
  Spain
1:23:30 Mikalai Seradovich
  Belarus
1:23:56
High jump
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Jaroslav Bába
  Czech Republic
2.29 Artsiom Zaitsau
  Belarus
2.27 Yuriy Krymarenko
  Ukraine
2.27
Pole vault
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Damiel Dossévi
  France
5.75 Fabian Schulze
  Germany
5.65 Jérôme Clavier
  France
Matti Mononen
  Finland
5.60
Long jump
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Danut Simion
  Romania
8.12 Dmitriy Sapinskiy
  Russia
8.01 Povilas Mykolaitis
  Lithuania
8.00
Triple jump
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Aleksandr Sergeyev
  Russia
17.11 Aleksandr Petrenko
  Russia
17.03 Nelson Évora
  Portugal
16.89
Shot put
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Anton Lyuboslavskiy
  Russia
20.44 Taavi Peetre
  Estonia
19.85 Mika Vasara
  Finland
19.84
Discus throw
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Robert Harting
  Germany
64.50 Piotr Małachowski
  Poland
63.99 Dzmitry Sivakou
  Belarus
60.62
Hammer throw
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Pavel Kryvitski
  Belarus
73.72 Aliaksandr Kazulka
  Belarus
73.60 Andrey Azarenkov
  Russia
71.18
Javelin throw
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Igor Janik
  Poland
77.25 Antti Ruuskanen
  Finland
76.82 Magnus Arvidsson
  Sweden
76.15
Decathlon
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Aleksey Drozdov
  Russia
8196 Aleksey Sysoyev
  Russia
8089 Norman Müller
  Germany
7989

Women'sEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Maria Karastamati
  Greece
11.03 Lina Jacques-Sébastien
  France
11.46 Verena Sailer
  Germany
11.53
200 metres
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Yelena Yakovleva
  Russia
22.99 Nikolett Listar
  Hungary
23.19 Vincenza Calì
  Italy
23.31
400 metres
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Olga Zaytseva
  Russia
50.72 Christine Ohuruogu
  Great Britain
50.73 Yelena Migunova
  Russia
51.59
800 metres
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Yevgeniya Zolotova
  Russia
2:06.00 Jemma Simpson
  Great Britain
2:06.16 Élodie Guégan
  France
2:06.29
1500 metres
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Corina Dumbrăvean
  Romania
4:14.78 Olesya Syreva
  Russia
4:16.23 Antje Möldner
  Germany
4:16.34
5000 metres
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Binnaz Uslu
  Turkey
15:57.21 Tatyana Petrova
  Russia
16:01.79 Silvia La Barbera
  Italy
16:07.01
10,000 metres
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Tatyana Petrova
  Russia
33:55.99 Volha Minina
  Belarus
34:03.55 Eva Maria Stower
  Germany
34:05.03
100 metres hurdles
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Mirjam Liimask
  Estonia
12.93 Tina Klein
  Germany
12.97 Anna Yevdokimova
  Russia
13.12
400 metres hurdles
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Yelena Ildeykina
  Russia
56.43 Anastasiya Trifonova
  Russia
56.51 Sian Scott
  Great Britain
57.02
3000 metres steeplechase
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Katarzyna Kowalska
  Poland
9:54.17 Türkan Erismis
  Turkey
9:55.45 Svetlana Ivanova
  Russia
9:56.44
4 × 100 metres relay
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  France
Natacha Vouaux
Lina Jacques-Sébastien
Aurélie Kamga
Ayodele Ikuesan
44.22   Germany
Karoline Köhler
Verena Sailer
Johanna Kedzierski
Anne Möllinger
44.89   Italy
Claudia Baggio
Doris Tomasini
Alessia Berti
Vincenza Calì
45.03
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Russia
Anastasiya Ovchinnikova
Anastasiya Kochetova
Yelena Migunova
Olga Zaytseva
3:27.27   Great Britain
Kim Wall
Sian Scott
Lisa Miller
Christine Ohuruogu
3:31.64   France
Dora Jemaa
Thélia Sigère
Johanna Monthe
Phara Anacharsis
3:31.91
20 kilometres walk
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Irina Petrova
  Russia
1:33:24 Olga Kaniskina
  Russia
1:33:33 Barbora Dibelková
  Czech Republic
1:34:44
High jump
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Tatjana Kivimägi
  Russia
1.94 Emma Green
  Sweden
1.92 Ariane Friedrich
  Germany
1.90
Pole vault
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Nataliya Kushch
  Ukraine
4.30 Floé Kühnert
  Germany
4.30 Julia Hütter
  Germany
4.25
Long jump
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Carolina Klüft
  Sweden
6.79 Yuliya Zinovyeva
  Russia
6.58 Adina Anton
  Romania
6.55
Triple jump
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Simona La Mantia
  Italy
14.43 Svetlana Bolshakova
  Russia
14.11 Athanasia Perra
  Greece
13.94
Shot put
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Petra Lammert
  Germany
18.97 Christina Schwanitz
  Germany
18.64 Chiara Rosa
  Italy
18.22
Discus throw
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Sabine Rumpf
  Germany
60.75 Darya Pishchalnikova
  Russia
59.45 Kateryna Karsak
  Ukraine
56.81
Hammer throw
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Yekaterina Khoroshikh
  Russia
71.51 Betty Heidler
  Germany
69.64 Nataliya Zolotukhina
  Ukraine
67.75
Javelin throw
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Annika Suthe
  Germany
57.72 Katharina Molitor
  Germany
57.01 Linda Brivule
  Latvia
56.12
Heptathlon
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Laurien Hoos
  Netherlands
6291 Lilli Schwarzkopf
  Germany
6196 Olga Levenkova
  Russia
5950

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Germany)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)1510631
2  France (FRA)62311
3  Germany (GER)*414826
4  Poland (POL)4116
5  Great Britain (GBR)3519
6  Romania (ROU)2024
7  Belarus (BLR)1326
8  Spain (ESP)1214
9  Turkey (TUR)1203
10  Greece (GRE)1113
  Sweden (SWE)1113
12  Estonia (EST)1102
13  Italy (ITA)1067
14  Ukraine (UKR)1034
15  Czech Republic (CZE)1023
16  Netherlands (NED)1012
17  Finland (FIN)0123
18  Hungary (HUN)0112
19  Belgium (BEL)0011
  Latvia (LAT)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
  Portugal (POR)0011
Totals (22 nations)444445133

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 748 athletes from 41 countries participated in the event.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships Ostrava 2011 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK - 5th European Athletics U23 Championships - Erfurt, Germany 14.7.-17.7.2005 (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 56–68, retrieved 24 October 2014
  2. ^ Athletics Weekly, EUROPEAN UNDER 23 CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved 24 October 2014
  3. ^ 5th European Athletics U23 Championships - Erfurt GER 14–17 July, European Athletics Association, archived from the original on 21 October 2014, retrieved 7 November 2014