2010 European Athletics Championships – Women's triple jump

The women's triple jump at the 2010 European Athletics Championships was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 29 and 31 July.

MedalistsEdit

Gold   Olha Saladukha
Ukraine (UKR)
Silver   Simona La Mantia
Italy (ITA)
Bronze   Svetlana Bolshakova
Belgium (BEL)

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2010 European Athletics Championships
World record   Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Gothenburg, Sweden 10 August 1995
European record   Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Gothenburg, Sweden 10 August 1995
Championship record   Tatyana Lebedeva (RUS) 15.15 Gothenburg, Sweden 9 August 2006
World Leading   Yargeris Savigne (CUB) 15.09 Monaco 22 July 2010
European Leading   Olha Saladukha (UKR) 14.78 Yalta, Ukraine 29 May 2010
Broken records during the 2010 European Athletics Championships
European Leading   Olha Saladukha (UKR) 14.81 Barcelona, Spain 31 July 2010

ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
29 July 2010 12:30 Qualification
31 July 2010 19:10 Final

ResultsEdit

QualificationEdit

Qualification: Qualification Performance 14.20 (Q) or at least 12 best performers advance to the final

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Nadezhda Alekhina   Russia (RUS) 14.03 14.18 14.93 14.93 Q
2 A Dana Velďáková   Slovakia (SVK) x 14.11 14.59 14.59 Q
3 B Olha Saladukha   Ukraine (UKR) 14.49 14.49 Q
4 A Adelina Gavrilă   Romania (ROM) 14.48 14.48 Q, SB
5 B Snežana Rodič   Slovenia (SLO) 14.47 14.47 Q, PB
6 B Małgorzata Trybańska   Poland (POL) 14.44 14.44 Q, NR
7 B Svetlana Bolshakova   Belgium (BEL) 14.03 13.87 14.33 14.33 Q
8 A Natallia Viatkina   Belarus (BLR) x 14.30 14.30 Q
DQ A Athanasia Perra   Greece (GRE) 14.14 14.18 14.25 14.25 Q, Doping
9 A Simona La Mantia   Italy (ITA) 13.83 14.16 14.10 14.16 q
10 A Patrícia Mamona   Portugal (POR) 13.69 x 14.12 14.12 q, NR
11 B Alsu Murtazina   Russia (RUS) 14.00 14.07 11.72 14.07 q, SB
12 A Liliya Kulyk   Ukraine (UKR) x 13.81 14.04 14.04
13 B Carmen Toma   Romania (ROM) 13.92 x 14.03 14.03 SB
14 A Anna Jagaciak   Poland (POL) x 13.85 14.03 14.03
15 B Kseniya Dzetsuk   Belarus (BLR) x 13.94 14.01 14.01
16 B Veera Baranova   Estonia (EST) 13.97 x 13.48 13.97
17 B Andriana Banova   Bulgaria (BUL) 13.95 13.94 x 13.95
18 B Natalia Kutyakova   Russia (RUS) 13.13 13.94 13.65 13.94
19 B Alina Elena Popescu   Romania (ROM) 13.47 13.54 13.58 13.58
20 B Inger Anne Frøysedal   Norway (NOR) 13.51 x 13.22 13.51
21 A Patricia Sarrapio   Spain (ESP) x x 13.21 13.21
A Petya Dacheva   Bulgaria (BUL) x x x NM
B Katja Demut   Germany (GER) x x x NM

FinalEdit

 
Ukrainian Saladukha leaped to 14.81 m to win the European title.
Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
  Olha Saladukha   Ukraine (UKR) x 14.62 14.80 x 14.81 14.71 14.81 EL
  Simona La Mantia   Italy (ITA) 14.56 x 13.97 14.21 x x 14.56 SB
  Svetlana Bolshakova   Belgium (BEL) 13.77 14.39 14.55 x 14.39 14.08 14.55 NR
4 Nadezhda Alekhina   Russia (RUS) 14.10 14.40 14.21 14.45 11.90 14.31 14.45
5 Adelina Gavrilă   Romania (ROM) 14.24 14.33 14.18 14.15 14.07 14.15 14.33
6 Snežana Rodič   Slovenia (SLO) 14.15 14.32 14.09 x x 14.25 14.32
7 Dana Velďáková   Slovakia (SVK) 14.12 12.54 14.16 13.72 14.08 x 14.16
8 Patrícia Mamona   Portugal (POR) 14.07 13.50 13.75 x 13.75 14.02 14.07
9 Natallia Viatkina   Belarus (BLR) x 13.85 13.94 13.94
DQ Athanasia Perra   Greece (GRE) x 13.62 13.83 13.83 Doping
10 Małgorzata Trybańska   Poland (POL) x 13.81 13.82 13.82
11 Alsu Murtazina   Russia (RUS) 13.65 13.41 x 13.65

ReferencesEdit