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2010 European Athletics Championships – Men's discus throw

The men's discus throw at the 2010 European Athletics Championships was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 31 July and 1 August.

Contents

MedalistsEdit

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2010 European Athletics Championships
World record   Jürgen Schult (GDR) 74.08 Neubrandenburg, East Germany 6 June 1986
European record   Jürgen Schult (GDR) 74.08 Neubrandenburg, East Germany 6 June 1986
Championship record   Róbert Fazekas (HUN) 68.83 Munich, Germany 11 August 2002
World Leading   Gerd Kanter (EST) 71.45 Chula Vista, United States 29 April 2010
European Leading   Gerd Kanter (EST) 71.45 Chula Vista, United States 29 April 2010
Broken records during the 2010 European Athletics Championships
Championship record   Piotr Małachowski (POL) 68.87 Barcelona, Spain 1 August 2010

ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
31 July 2010 10:10 Qualification
1 August 2010 19:45 Final

ResultsEdit

QualificationEdit

Qualification: Qualification Performance 63.50 (Q) or at least 12 best performers advance to the final

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Robert Harting   Germany (GER) 63.17 66.93 66.93 Q
2 A Gerd Kanter   Estonia (EST) 65.43 65.43 Q
3 B Mario Pestano   Spain (ESP) 62.47 64.95 64.95 Q
4 A Róbert Fazekas   Hungary (HUN) 64.30 64.30 Q
5 A Märt Israel   Estonia (EST) 63.27 63.99 63.99 Q
6 A Virgilijus Alekna   Lithuania (LTU) 61.08 x 63.93 63.93 Q
7 B Piotr Małachowski   Poland (POL) 63.69 63.69 Q
8 A Frank Casañas   Spain (ESP) 63.61 63.61 Q
9 B Martin Wierig   Germany (GER) x 58.64 62.57 62.57 q
10 A Sergiu Ursu   Romania (ROM) x 61.11 62.43 62.43 q
11 B Martin Maric   Croatia (CRO) 61.26 62.27 x 62.27 q
12 B Erik Cadée   Netherlands (NED) 61.86 x 61.97 61.97 q
13 A Przemysław Czajkowski   Poland (POL) 59.36 60.87 61.97 61.97
14 B Roland Varga   Croatia (CRO) 60.53 61.11 61.55 61.55
15 B Gerhard Mayer   Austria (AUT) 59.88 59.31 60.76 60.76
16 A Bogdan Pishchalnikov   Russia (RUS) 55.89 57.42 60.69 60.69
17 A Apostolos Parellis   Cyprus (CYP) x 58.09 60.57 60.57 SB
18 B Aleksander Tammert   Estonia (EST) 60.07 59.38 58.98 60.07
19 B Frantz Kruger   Finland (FIN) 59.55 x x 59.55
20 B Zoltán Kővágó   Hungary (HUN) x x 59.04 59.04
21 A Niklas Arrhenius   Sweden (SWE) 60.25 57.30 58.98 60.25
22 A Mikko Kyyrö   Finland (FIN) 58.02 58.96 x 58.96
23 B Jan Marcell   Czech Republic (CZE) x 58.95 57.73 58.95
24 B Markus Münch   Germany (GER) 58.81 58.25 x 58.81
25 B Mihai Grasu   Romania (ROM) 57.61 x 58.55 58.55
26 B Dzmitry Sivakou   Belarus (BLR) 57.42 58.53 x 58.53
27 A Gaute Myklebust   Norway (NOR) 55.60 x 58.39 58.39
28 A Ivan Hryshyn   Ukraine (UKR) 57.90 58.36 58.61 58.36
29 B Aleksas Abromavicius   Lithuania (LTU) 58.05 x x 58.05
30 A Marin Premeru   Croatia (CRO) x 57.85 58.03 58.03
31 B Oleksiy Semenov   Ukraine (UKR) x x 56.42 56.42
32 A Libor Malina   Czech Republic (CZE) 53.64 x x 53.64

FinalEdit

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
  Piotr Małachowski   Poland (POL) 65.84 68.87 x 64.06 x 64.37 68.87 CR
  Robert Harting   Germany (GER) 68.33 66.46 68.47 66.35 66.86 68.34 68.47 SB
  Róbert Fazekas   Hungary (HUN) 64.84 64.85 66.43 x 64.65 66.15 66.43
4 Gerd Kanter   Estonia (EST) 63.17 64.57 65.38 63.85 65.44 66.20 66.20
5 Virgilijus Alekna   Lithuania (LTU) 62.05 63.59 63.19 63.15 64.64 63.56 64.64
6 Mario Pestano   Spain (ESP) 64.41 61.02 64.51 63.98 63.38 62.57 64.51
7 Martin Wierig   Germany (GER) 60.96 63.32 x 63.24 x 61.91 63.32
8 Sergiu Ursu   Romania (ROM) 60.73 61.36 63.11 x 61.90 62.11 63.11
9 Märt Israel   Estonia (EST) x 62.59 x 62.59
10 Martin Maric   Croatia (CRO) 61.52 x 62.53 62.53
11 Frank Casañas   Spain (ESP) x 62.15 x 62.15
Erik Cadée   Netherlands (NED) x x x NM

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