2011 European Athletics U23 Championships

The 8th European Athletics U23 Championships were held on 14–17 July 2011 in the Městský stadion in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

2011 European Athletics U23 Championships
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Host cityOstrava, Czech Republic
Date(s)14–17 July 2011
Main stadiumMěstský stadion
LevelUnder 23
TypeOutdoor
Participation899 athletes from
42 nations
Events44
Records set6 CRs

Russia topped the medal table with 20 medals in total, including 9 golds (after revision), before Great Britain, also with 20 medals, and Germany.

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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James Alaka
  Great Britain
10.45 Michael Tumi
  Italy
10.47 Andrew Robertson
  Great Britain
10.52
200 metres
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Lykourgos-Stefanos Tsakonas
  Greece
20.56
PB
James Alaka
  Great Britain
20.60 Pavel Maslák
  Czech Republic
20.67
400 metres
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Nigel Levine
  Great Britain
46.10 Brian Gregan
  Ireland
46.12
PB
Luke Lennon-Ford
  Great Britain
46.22
800 metres
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Adam Kszczot
  Poland
1:46.71 Kevin López
  Spain
1:46.93 Mukhtar Mohammed
  Great Britain
1:48.01
1500 metres
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Florian Carvalho
  France
3:50.42 James Shane
  Great Britain
3:50.58 David Bustos
  Spain
3:50.59
5000 metres
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Sindre Buraas
  Norway
14:22.69 Ross Millington
  Great Britain
14:22.78 Jesper van der Wielen
  Netherlands
14:23.31
10,000 metres
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Sondre Nordstad Moen
  Norway
28:41.66
PB
Ahmed El Mazoury
  Italy
28:46.97
PB
Musa Roba-Kinkal
  Germany
28:57.91
SB
110 metres hurdles
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Sergey Shubenkov
  Russia
13.56 Balázs Baji
  Hungary
13.58
PB
Lawrence Clarke
  Great Britain
13.62
400 metres hurdles
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Jack Green
  Great Britain
49.13 Nathan Woodward
  Great Britain
49.28 Emir Bekrić
  Serbia
49.61
NR
3000 metres steeplechase
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Sebastián Martos
  Spain
8:35.35 Abdelaziz Merzougui
  Spain
8:36.21 Alexandru Ghinea
  Romania
8:38.51
4×100 metres relay
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Michael Tumi
Francesco Basciani
Davide Manenti
Delmas Obou
  Italy
39.05 Andrew Robertson
Kieran Showler-Davis
Richard Kilty
Daniel Talbot
  Great Britain
39.10 Florian Hübner
Maximilian Kessler
Robin Erewa
Felix Göltl
  Germany
39.19
4×400 metres relay
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Nigel Levine
Thomas Phillips
Jamie Bowie
Luke Lennon-Ford
  Great Britain
3:03.53 Michał Pietrzak
Jakub Krzewina
Łukasz Krawczuk
Mateusz Fórmanski
  Poland
3:03.62 Aleksey Kenig
Anton Volobuev
Artem Vazhov
Vladimir Krasnov
  Russia
3:04.01
20 km walk
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Dawid Tomala
  Poland
1:24:21 Denis Strelkov
  Russia
1:24:25 Valeriy Filipchuk
  Russia
1:24:30
High jump
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Bohdan Bondarenko
  Ukraine
2.30
PB
Sergey Mudrov
  Russia
2.30
PB
Miguel Ángel Sancho
  Spain
2.21
=SB
Pole vault
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Paweł Wojciechowski
  Poland
5.70
PB
Karsten Dilla
  Germany
5.60 Dmitriy Zhelyabin
  Russia
5.55
PB
Long jump
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Aleksandr Menkov
  Russia
8.08 Marcos Chuva
  Portugal
7.94 Guillaume Victorin
  France
7.86
PB
Triple jump
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Sheryf El-Sheryf
  Ukraine
17.72
CR
Aleksey Fyodorov
  Russia
16.85 Yuriy Kovalyov
  Russia
16.82
Shot put
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David Storl
  Germany
20.45
CR
Dmytro Savytskyy
  Ukraine
19.18
PB
Marin Premeru
  Croatia
18.83
Discus throw
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Lawrence Okoye
  Great Britain
60.70 Mykyta Nesterenko
  Ukraine
59.67 Fredrik Amundgård
  Norway
59.42
SB
Hammer throw
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Paweł Fajdek
  Poland
78.54
PB
Javier Cienfuegos
  Spain
73.03 Aleh Dubitski
  Belarus
72.52
Javelin throw
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Till Wöschler
  Germany
84.38
PB
Fatih Avan
  Turkey
84.11 Dmitry Tarabin
  Russia
83.18
Decathlon
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Thomas van der Plaetsen
  Belgium
8157
NR PB
Eduard Mikhan
  Belarus
8152
PB
Mihail Dudaš
  Serbia
8117
NR PB

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres *
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Andreea Ograzeanu
  Romania
11.65 Leena Günther
  Germany
11.75 Anna Kiełbasińska
  Poland
11.77
200 metres *
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Anna Kiełbasińska
  Poland
23.23
PB
Moa Hjelmer
  Sweden
23.24 Marit Dopheide
  Netherlands
23.32
400 metres
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Olga Topilskaya
  Russia
51.45 Yuliya Terekhova
  Russia
52.63 Lena Schmidt
  Germany
52.66
800 metres **
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Merve Aydin
  Turkey
2:00.46
SB
Lynsey Sharp
  Great Britain
2:00.65
PB
Aleksandra Bulanova
  Russia
2:01.40
1500 metres **
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Tuğba Karakaya
  Turkey
4:20.80 Corinna Harrer
  Germany
4:21.52 Katarzyna Broniatowska
  Poland
4:22.06
5000 metres
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Layes Abdullayeva
  Azerbaijan
15:29.47
NR
Yekaterina Gorbunova
  Russia
15:45.14 Stevie Stockton
  Great Britain
15:58.51
PB
10,000 metres
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Layes Abdullayeva
  Azerbaijan
32:18.05
CR
Lyudmyla Kovalenko
  Ukraine
33:35.36 Catarina Ribeiro
  Portugal
34:10.39
PB
100 metres hurdles
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Alina Talay
  Belarus
12.91
SB
Lisa Urech
   Switzerland
13.00 Cindy Roleder
  Germany
13.10
400 metres hurdles
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Hanna Yaroshchuk
  Ukraine
54.77
PB
Hanna Titimets
  Ukraine
54.91 Meghan Beesley
  Great Britain
55.69
PB
3000 metres steeplechase
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Gülcan Mingir
  Turkey
9:47.83 Jana Sussmann
  Germany
9:48.01 Mariya Shatalova
  Ukraine
9:48.22
SB
4×100 metres relay *
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Yekaterina Filatova
Alena Tamkova
Yekaterina Kuzina
Nina Argunova
  Russia
44.14 Yariatou Toure
Sarah Goujon
Orlann Ombissa
Cornnelly Calydon
  France
44.26 Annabelle Lewis
Emily Diamond
Torema Thompson
Asha Philip
  Great Britain
44.34
4×400 metres relay
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Yevgeniya Subbotina
Yekaterina Yefimova
Yuliya Terekheva
Olga Topilskaya
  Russia
3:27.72 Kateryna Plyashechuk
Alina Lohvynenko
Hanna Yaroshchuk
Yuilya Olishevska
  Ukraine
3:30.13 Clemence Sorgnard
Marie Gayot
Elea Mariama Diarra
Floria Guei
  France
3:31.73
20 km walk
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Julia Takács
  Spain
1:31:55 Antonella Palmisano
  Italy
1:36:26 Eleonora Giorgi
  Italy
1:38:41
High jump
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Esthera Petre
  Romania
1.98
=CR
Oksana Okuneva
  Ukraine
1.94
PB
Burcu Ayhan
  Turkey
1.94
NR
Pole vault
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Holly Bleasdale
  Great Britain
4.55 Katerina Stefanidi
  Greece
4.45
PB
Annika Roloff
  Germany
4.40
PB
Long jump
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Darya Klishina
  Russia
7.05
CR
Ivana Španović
  Serbia
6.74
SB
Sosthene Moguenara
  Germany
6.74
PB
Triple jump
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Paraskevi Parahristou
  Greece
14.40 Carmen Toma
  Romania
13.92 Anna Jagaciak
  Poland
13.86
Shot put
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Yevgeniya Kolodko
  Russia
18.87 Sophie Kleeberg
  Germany
17.92
PB
Melissa Boekelman
  Netherlands
17.88
Discus throw
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Julia Fischer
  Germany
59.60
PB
Nastassia Kashtanava
  Belarus
56.25 Anita Márton
  Hungary
54.14
Hammer throw
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Bianca Perie
  Romania
71.59
CR
Joanna Fiodorow
  Poland
70.06
PB
Sophie Hitchon
  Great Britain
69.59
NR
Javelin throw
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Sarah Mayer
  Germany
59.29
PB
Vira Rebryk
  Ukraine
58.95 Oona Sormunen
  Finland
58.54
Heptathlon
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Grit Šadeiko
  Estonia
6134
PB
Kateřina Cachová
  Czech Republic
6123
PB
Yana Maksimava
  Belarus
6075

Notes: Darya Pizhankova of Ukraine originally won three medals in 100 m, 200 m and 4 x 100 m relay but was later disqualified for doping and stripped of medals. Ulyana Lepska who also ran in the winning relay was found guilty of the same offence.[1]Elena Arzhakova of Russia originally won two gold medals in the 800 m and 1500 m, but was later disqualified for doping and stripped of medals.[2] The medal standings and record have been updated to reflect the reallocation of those medals.

Medal tableEdit

 
Men's 1500m heat.

  *   Host nation (Czech Republic)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia95620
2  Great Britain66820
3  Germany44715
4  Poland43310
5  Ukraine37111
6  Romania3115
  Turkey3115
8  Greece2103
9  Norway2013
10  Azerbaijan2002
11  Spain1337
12  Belarus1225
13  Italy1203
14  France1034
15  Belgium1001
  Estonia1001
17  Serbia0123
18  Czech Republic*0112
  Hungary0112
  Portugal0112
21  Ireland0101
  Sweden0101
   Switzerland0101
24  Netherlands0033
25  Croatia0011
  Finland0011
Totals (26 nations)444246132

Participating nationsEdit

According to an unofficial count, 899 athletes from 42 countries participated in the event.[3][4][5][6][7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.tilastopaja.org/staticresults/eaa12813128.htm
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-10-24. Retrieved 2013-07-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ 8th European Athletics U23 Championships - Ostrava CZE 14–17 July, European Athletics Association, retrieved 19 April 2015
  4. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships - Ostrava (CZE) - 14 - 17 July 2011 - Results - Day 1 (PDF), European Athletics Association, archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-27, retrieved 19 April 2015
  5. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships - Ostrava (CZE) - 14 - 17 July 2011 - Results - Day 2 (PDF), European Athletics Association, archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-27, retrieved 19 April 2015
  6. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships - Ostrava (CZE) - 14 - 17 July 2011 - Results - Day 3 (PDF), European Athletics Association, archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-27, retrieved 19 April 2015
  7. ^ European Athletics U23 Championships - Ostrava (CZE) - 14 - 17 July 2011 - Results - Day 4 (PDF), European Athletics Association, retrieved 19 April 2015[permanent dead link]
  8. ^ Estonia
  9. ^ U 23 EB – Ostrava 2011 / HUNGARY
  10. ^ "Ireland". Archived from the original on 2011-07-13. Retrieved 2011-07-07.
  11. ^ Latvia
  12. ^ "Lithuania". Archived from the original on 2010-08-03. Retrieved 2011-07-05.
  13. ^ Romania (Romanian)
  14. ^ Sweden

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