2017 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 400 metres

The men's 400 metres event at the 2017 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on 3 March 2017 at 10:20 (heats), at 18:05 (semifinals) and on 4 March 20:33 (final) local time.

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
Pavel Maslák
  Czech Republic
Rafał Omelko
  Poland
Liemarvin Bonevacia
  Netherlands

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2017 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record   Kerron Clement (USA) 44.57 Fayetteville, AR, United States 12 March 2005
European record   Thomas Schönlebe (GDR) 45.05 Sindelfingen, West Germany 5 February 1988
Championship record   Pavel Maslák (CZE) 45.33 Prague, Czech Republic 7 March 2015
World Leading   Fred Kerley (USA) 45.02 Clemson, United States 10 February 2017
European Leading   Pavel Maslák (CZE) 45.80 Toruń, Poland 10 February 2017

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Qualification: First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the Semifinal.[1]

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Note
1 5 Benjamin Lobo Vedel   Denmark 46.65 Q, PB
2 3 Lucas Búa   Spain 46.72 Q
3 1 Liemarvin Bonevacia   Netherlands 46.91 Q
4 3 Rafał Omelko   Poland 46.97 Q
4 5 Thomas Jordier   France 46.97 Q, SB
6 1 Óscar Husillos   Spain 47.13 Q
7 4 Samuel García   Spain 47.16 Q
8 3 Yoann Décimus   France 47.25 q
9 3 Jan Tesař   Czech Republic 47.28 q
10 1 Marc Koch   Germany 47.39
11 4 Batuhan Altıntaş   Turkey 47.44 Q
12 1 Patrik Šorm   Czech Republic 47.50
13 2 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 47.57 Q
14 2 Brian Gregan   Ireland 47.62 Q
15 4 Marvin Schlegel   Germany 47.65
16 2 Mateo Ružić   Croatia 47.66
17 3 Vitaliy Butrym   Ukraine 47.76
18 4 Yevhen Hutsol   Ukraine 47.77
19 1 Denis Danáč   Slovakia 48.02
20 2 Marco Lorenzi   Italy 48.10
21 1 Luca Flück    Switzerland 48.29
22 2 Tony van Diepen   Netherlands 48.57
23 3 Rusmir Malkočević   Bosnia and Herzegovina 48.58
24 5 Miloš Raović   Serbia 48.89
4 Terrence Agard   Netherlands DNF
2 Mauritz Kåshagen   Norway DQ R162.7[2]
5 Luka Janežič   Slovenia DQ R163.3b[3]
5 Mario Lambrughi   Italy DQ R163.3b[3]

SemifinalsEdit

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) advance to the Final.[4]

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Note
1 1 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 46.45 Q
2 1 Benjamin Lobo Vedel   Denmark 46.60 Q, PB
3 1 Samuel García   Spain 46.62 Q
4 2 Rafał Omelko   Poland 47.15 Q
5 2 Liemarvin Bonevacia   Netherlands 47.21 Q
6 2 Lucas Búa   Spain 47.24 Q
7 1 Thomas Jordier   France 47.49
8 2 Jan Tesař   Czech Republic 47.64
9 2 Óscar Husillos   Spain 47.83
10 2 Yoann Décimus   France 47.87
11 1 Batuhan Altıntaş   Turkey 47.89
12 1 Brian Gregan   Ireland 48.08

FinalEdit

 
The final

[5]

Rank Lane Athlete Nationality Time Note
  5 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 45.77 EL
  6 Rafał Omelko   Poland 46.08 PB
  3 Liemarvin Bonevacia   Netherlands 46.26 NR
4 4 Benjamin Lobo Vedel   Denmark 46.33 PB
5 2 Lucas Búa   Spain 46.74
6 1 Samuel García   Spain 46.74

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Heats results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-01. Retrieved 2017-03-03.
  2. ^ False start
  3. ^ a b Infringement of the inside border
  4. ^ "Semifinals" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-01. Retrieved 2017-03-03.
  5. ^ "Final results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-09-02. Retrieved 2017-03-04.