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2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships

The 29th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in the National Indoor Arena (NIA) in Birmingham, England, from Friday, 2 March to Sunday, 4 March 2007. Birmingham also held the 2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships.

2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Logo Birmingham2007.jpg
Host cityBirmingham
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Date(s)2 – 4 March
Main stadiumNational Indoor Arena
Participation519 athletes from
47 nations
Events26

Men's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 m
details
Jason Gardener
  Great Britain
6.51
EL
Craig Pickering
  Great Britain
6.59
 
Ronald Pognon
  France
6.60
 
400 m
details
David Gillick
  Ireland
45.52
NR   EL
Bastian Swillims
  Germany
45.62
PB
Robert Tobin
  Great Britain
46.15
 
800 m
details
Arnoud Okken
  Netherlands
1:47.92
 
Miguel Quesada
  Spain
1:47.96
 
Maurizio Bobbato
  Italy
1:48:71
PB
1500 m
details
Juan Carlos Higuero
  Spain
3:44.41
 
Sergio Gallardo
  Spain
3:44.51
 
Arturo Casado
  Spain
3:44.73
 
3000 m
details
Cosimo Caliandro
  Italy
8:02.44
 
Bouabdellah Tahri
  France
8:02.85
 
Jesús España
  Spain
8:02.91
 
60 m hurdles
details
Gregory Sedoc
  Netherlands
7.63
=PB
Marcel van der Westen
  Netherlands
7.64
 
Jackson Quiñónez
  Spain
7.65
 
4 X 400 m
details
  Great Britain
Robert Tobin
Dale Garland
Philip Taylor
Steven Green
3:07.04
 
  Russia
Ivan Buzolin
Vladislav Frolov
Maksim Dyldin
Artem Sergeyenkov
3:08.10
 
  Poland
Piotr Kędzia
Marcin Marciniszyn
Łukasz Pryga
Piotr Klimczak
3:08.14
 
Germany were originally awarded the gold medal, however, on an appeal by the Russian Team, were disqualified for pushing meaning the gold medal went to Great Britain & NI.[1]

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High Jump
details
Stefan Holm
  Sweden
2.34
 
Linus Thörnblad
  Sweden
2.32
 
Martyn Bernard
  Great Britain
2.29
 
Pole Vault
details
Danny Ecker
  Germany
5.71
 
Denys Yurchenko
  Ukraine
5.71
SB
Björn Otto
  Germany

5.71  
Long Jump
details
Andrew Howe
  Italy
8.30
NR   EL   PB
Loúis Tsátoumas
  Greece
8.02
 
Salim Sdiri
  France
8.00
 
Triple Jump
details
Phillips Idowu
  Great Britain
17.56
WL   CR
Nathan Douglas
  Great Britain
17.47
PB
Aleksandr Sergeyev
  Russia
17.15
SB
Shot Put
details
Mikuláš Konopka
  Slovakia
21.57
NR   EL
Pavel Lyzhyn
  Belarus
20.82
PB
Joachim Olsen
  Denmark
20.55
 

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon
details
Roman Šebrle
  Czech Republic
6196
WL
Aleksandr Pogorelov
  Russia
6127
 
Andrei Krauchanka
  Belarus
6090
PB

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

Women's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 m
details
Kim Gevaert
  Belgium
7.12
 
Yevgeniya Polyakova
  Russia
7.18
 
Daria Onyśko
  Poland
7.20
PB
400 m
details
Nicola Sanders
  Great Britain
50.02
WL   NR   PB
Ilona Usovich
  Belarus
51.00
PB
Olesya Zykina
  Russia
51.69
SB
800 m
details
Oksana Zbrozhek
  Russia
1:59.23
 
Tetyana Petlyuk
  Ukraine
1:59.84
 
Jolanda Čeplak
  Slovenia
2:00.00
 
1500 m
details
Lidia Chojecka
  Poland
4:05.13
 
Natalya Panteleyeva
  Russia
4:06.04
PB
Olesya Chumakova
  Russia
4:06.48
SB
3000 m
details
Lidia Chojecka
  Poland
8:43.25
 
Marta Domínguez
  Spain
8:44.40
SB
Silvia Weissteiner
  Italy
8:44.81
NR   PB
60 m H
details
Susanna Kallur
  Sweden
7.87
 
Aleksandra Antonova
  Russia
7.94
 
Kirsten Bolm
  Germany
7.97
SB
4 X 400 m
details
  Belarus
Yulyana Yushchanka
Iryna Khliustava
Svetlana Usovich
Ilona Usovich
3:27.83
NR   CR
  Russia
Olesya Zykina
Natalya Ivanova
Zhanna Kashcheyeva
Natalya Antyukh
3:28.16
 
  Great Britain
Emma Duck
Nicola Sanders
Kim Wall
Lee McConnell
3:28.69
NR  

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High Jump
details
Tia Hellebaut
  Belgium
2.05
WL   CR   NR;PB;SB;EL
Antonietta Di Martino
  Italy
1.96
 
Ruth Beitia
  Spain
1.96
 
Venelina Veneva (  Bulgaria) originally took the bronze with 1.96 m but was later disqualified after testing positive for testosterone.
Pole Vault
details
Svetlana Feofanova
  Russia
4.76
SB
Yuliya Golubchikova
  Russia
4.71
PB
Anna Rogowska
  Poland
4.66
 
Long Jump
details
Naide Gomes
  Portugal
6.89
WL   NR
Concepción Montaner
  Spain
6.69
 
Denisa Ščerbová
  Czech Republic
6.64
=NR
Triple Jump
details
Carlota Castrejana
  Spain
14.64
EL   NR   PB
Olesya Bufalova
  Russia
14.50
PB
Teresa Nzola Meso Ba
  France
14.49
NR   PB
Shot Put
details
Assunta Legnante
  Italy
18.92
 
Irina Khudoroshkina
  Russia
18.50
 
Olga Ryabinkina
  Russia
18.16
 

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Pentathlon
details
Carolina Klüft
  Sweden
4944
WL
Kelly Sotherton
  Great Britain
4927
NR
Karin Ruckstuhl
  Netherlands
4801
NR

WR world record | ER European record | CR championship record | NR national record | WL world leading | EL European leading | PB personal best | SB seasonal best

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Great Britain43310
2  Italy3126
3  Sweden3104
4  Russia29415
5  Spain2439
6  Netherlands2114
7  Poland2035
8  Belgium2002
9  Belarus1214
10  Germany1124
11  Czech Republic1012
12  Ireland1001
  Portugal1001
  Slovakia1001
15  Ukraine0202
16  France0134
17  Greece0101
18  Bulgaria0011
  Denmark0011
  Slovenia0011
Totals (20 nations)26262678

Participating nationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Turner, Chris (4 March 2007). "European lead garners Gardener fourth title - Euro Indoors, Day 3, PM – MEN". IAAF. Retrieved 5 March 2007.

External linksEdit