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2014 European Athletics Championships – Men's 110 metres hurdles

The men's 110 metres hurdles at the 2014 European Athletics Championships took place at the Letzigrund on 13 and 14 August.

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MedalistsEdit

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2014 European Athletics Championships
World record   Aries Merritt (USA) 12.80 Brussels, Belgium 7 September 2012
European record   Colin Jackson (GBR) 12.91 Stuttgart, Germany 20 August 1993
Championship record   Colin Jackson (GBR) 13.02 Budapest, Hungary 22 August 1998
World Leading   Hansle Parchment (JAM) 12.94 Paris, France 5 July 2014
European Leading   Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA) 12.95 Fontvieille, Monaco 18 July 2014

ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
13 August 2014 11:40 Round 1
14 August 2014 19:15 Semifinal
14 August 2014 21:50 Final

All times are local times (UTC+2)

ResultsEdit

Round 1Edit

First 3 in each heat (Q) and 4 best performers (q) advance to the Semifinals.

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 3 Pascal Martinot-Lagarde   France 13.29 Q
1 3 4 William Sharman   Great Britain 13.29 Q
1 4 8 Sergey Shubenkov   Russia 13.29 Q
4 2 8 Dimitri Bascou   France 13.35 Q
5 3 7 Balázs Baji   Hungary 13.37 Q, SB
6 3 1 Matthias Bühler   Germany 13.40 Q
7 2 1 Gregor Traber   Germany 13.43 Q, PB
8 1 7 Artur Noga   Poland 13.44 Q, SB
9 2 7 Lawrence Clarke   Great Britain 13.46 Q
9 4 1 Thomas Martinot-Lagarde   France 13.46 Q
11 1 5 Erik Balnuweit   Germany 13.48 Q
12 4 5 Petr Svoboda   Czech Republic 13.50 Q, =SB
13 3 8 Konstantin Shabanov   Russia 13.51 q, SB
13 4 7 Andy Turner   Great Britain 13.51 q
15 1 1 Konstadinos Douvalidis   Greece 13.54 q
15 2 6 Paolo Dal Molin   Italy 13.54 q
17 4 2 Hassane Fofana   Italy 13.55 PB
18 1 8 Gregory Sedoc   Netherlands 13.58
18 2 2 João Carlos Almeida   Portugal 13.58 SB
20 4 4 Dániel Kiss   Hungary 13.64 SB
21 3 3 Dominik Bochenek   Poland 13.66
22 1 4 Lorenzo Perini   Italy 13.77
23 2 3 Tobias Furer    Switzerland 13.78
24 2 5 Milan Trajkovic   Cyprus 13.78
25 1 6 Arttu Hirvonen   Finland 13.87 PB
26 2 4 Alexander Brorsson   Sweden 13.92
27 1 2 Vladimir Vukicevic   Norway 13.97
27 4 6 Andreas Martinsen   Denmark 13.97
29 3 6 Viliam Papšo   Slovakia 14.19
30 4 3 Adrien Deghelt   Belgium 14.33
3 2 Jussi Kanervo   Finland DNS
3 5 Milan Ristić   Serbia DNS

SemifinalsEdit

First 3 in each heat (Q) and 2 best performers (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 5 William Sharman   Great Britain 13.16 Q, PB
2 1 3 Sergey Shubenkov   Russia 13.16 Q
3 2 5 Pascal Martinot-Lagarde   France 13.17 Q
4 2 4 Balázs Baji   Hungary 13.31 Q, NR
5 2 3 Dimitri Bascou   France 13.33 Q
6 2 8 Petr Svoboda   Czech Republic 13.39 q, SB
7 2 6 Artur Noga   Poland 13.39 q, SB
8 2 7 Matthias Bühler   Germany 13.39 =SB
9 1 7 Lawrence Clarke   Great Britain 13.47 Q
10 1 8 Erik Balnuweit   Germany 13.49
11 1 6 Thomas Martinot-Lagarde   France 13.50
12 1 4 Gregor Traber   Germany 13.56
13 2 1 Konstantin Shabanov   Russia 13.57
14 2 2 Andy Turner   Great Britain 13.58
15 1 2 Konstadinos Douvalidis   Greece 13.66
16 1 1 Paolo Dal Molin   Italy 13.72

FinalEdit

 
The final
Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
  4 Sergey Shubenkov   Russia 13.19
  3 William Sharman   Great Britain 13.27
  5 Pascal Martinot-Lagarde   France 13.29
4 6 Balázs Baji   Hungary 13.29 NR
5 2 Petr Svoboda   Czech Republic 13.63
6 1 Artur Noga   Poland 14.25
7 Dimitri Bascou   France DQ R163.2[1]
8 Lawrence Clarke   Great Britain DNS

ReferencesEdit