2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships

The 35th European Athletics Indoor Championships was held between 1 and 3 March 2019 at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland. This was the second time this event was held in the city after the 1990 edition and the third time it was held in the United Kingdom, following the 2007 Edition in Birmingham, England. The three-day competition featured 13 men's and 13 women's athletics events and took place over three morning and three afternoon sessions.[2]

2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Glasgow 2019 European Athletics indoor Championships logo.png
Dates1–3 March[1]
Host cityGlasgow, United Kingdom
VenueEmirates Arena
Events26
Participation582 athletes from
47 nations

BidsEdit

Apeldoorn, Glasgow, Minsk and Toruń all submitted bids to host the 2019 European Indoor championships. Glasgow were chosen to host the 35th edition of the event with 9 votes ahead of Toruń with 6 votes and Apeldoorn with 1. It is 29 years since Glasgow had last hosted the championships.[3]

ScheduleEdit

Source:[4]

Men's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Ján Volko
  Slovakia
6.60 Emre Zafer Barnes
  Turkey
6.61 Joris van Gool
  Netherlands
6.62
400 metres
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Karsten Warholm
  Norway
45.05 =ER Óscar Husillos
  Spain
45.66 NR Tony van Diepen
  Netherlands
46.13 NR
800 metres
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Álvaro de Arriba
  Spain
1:46.83 Jamie Webb
  Great Britain
1:47.13 PB Mark English
  Ireland
1:47.39
1500 metres
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Marcin Lewandowski
  Poland
3:42.85 Jakob Ingebrigtsen
  Norway
3:43.23 Jesús Gómez
  Spain
3:44.39
3000 metres
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Jakob Ingebrigtsen
  Norway
7:56.15 Chris O'Hare
  Great Britain
7:57.19 Henrik Ingebrigtsen
  Norway
7:57.19
60 metres hurdles
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Milan Trajkovic
  Cyprus
7.60 Pascal Martinot-Lagarde
  France
7.61 Aurel Manga
  France
7.62
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Belgium
Julien Watrin
Dylan Borlée
Jonathan Borlée
Kevin Borlée
3:06.27   Spain
Óscar Husillos
Manuel Guijarro
Lucas Búa
Bernat Erta
3:06.32 NR   France
Mame-Ibra Anne
Thomas Jordier
Nicolas Courbière
Fabrisio Saïdy
3:07.71

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Gianmarco Tamberi
  Italy
2.32 EL Konstadinos Baniotis
  Greece
Andriy Protsenko
  Ukraine
2.26 Not awarded
Pole vault
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Paweł Wojciechowski
  Poland
5.90 PB Piotr Lisek
  Poland
5.85 Melker Svärd Jacobsson
  Sweden
5.75
Long jump
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Miltiadis Tentoglou
  Greece
8.38 WL NR Thobias Nilsson Montler
  Sweden
8.17 PB Strahinja Jovančević
  Serbia
8.03 NR
Triple jump
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Nazim Babayev
  Azerbaijan
17.29 PB Nelson Évora
  Portugal
17.11 SB Max Heß
  Germany
17.10 SB
Shot put
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Michał Haratyk
  Poland
21.65 EL PB David Storl
  Germany
21.54 SB Tomáš Staněk
  Czech Republic
21.25 SB

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon
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Jorge Ureña
  Spain
6218 WL Tim Duckworth
  Great Britain
6156 Ilya Shkurenyov
  Authorised Neutral Athletes
6145

Women's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Ewa Swoboda
  Poland
7.09 Dafne Schippers
  Netherlands
7.14 SB Asha Philip
  Great Britain
7.15
400 metres
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Léa Sprunger
   Switzerland
51.61 WL Cynthia Bolingo Mbongo
  Belgium
51.62 NR Lisanne de Witte
  Netherlands
52.34 PB
800 metres
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Shelayna Oskan-Clarke
  Great Britain
2:02.58 Rénelle Lamote
  France
2:03.00 Olha Lyakhova
  Ukraine
2:03.24
1500 metres
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Laura Muir
  Great Britain
4:05.92 Sofia Ennaoui
  Poland
4:09.30 Ciara Mageean
  Ireland
4:09.43
3000 metres
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Laura Muir
  Great Britain
8:30.61 CR Konstanze Klosterhalfen
  Germany
8:34.06 Melissa Courtney
  Great Britain
8:38.22 PB
60 metres hurdles
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Nadine Visser
  Netherlands
7.87 EL Cindy Roleder
  Germany
7.97 Elvira Herman
  Belarus
8.00
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Poland
Anna Kiełbasińska
Iga Baumgart-Witan
Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik
Justyna Święty-Ersetic
3:28.77   Great Britain
Laviai Nielsen
Zoey Clark
Amber Anning
Eilidh Doyle
3:29.55   Italy
Raphaela Lukudo
Ayomide Folorunso
Chiara Bazzoni
Marta Milani
3:31.90

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Mariya Lasitskene
  Authorised Neutral Athletes
2.01 EL Yuliya Levchenko
  Ukraine
1.99 Airinė Palšytė
  Lithuania
1.97
Pole vault
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Anzhelika Sidorova
  Authorised Neutral Athletes
4.85 Holly Bradshaw
  Great Britain
4.75 Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou
  Greece
4.65
Long jump
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Ivana Španović
  Serbia
6.99 WL Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova
  Belarus
6.93 PB Maryna Bekh
  Ukraine
6.84
Triple jump
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Ana Peleteiro
  Spain
14.73 EL Paraskevi Papahristou
  Greece
14.50 PB Olha Saladukha
  Ukraine
14.47 SB
Shot put
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Radoslava Mavrodieva
  Bulgaria
19.12 PB Christina Schwanitz
  Germany
19.11 Anita Márton
  Hungary
19.00 SB

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Pentathlon
details
Katarina Johnson-Thompson
  Great Britain
4983 WL Niamh Emerson
  Great Britain
4731 PB Solène Ndama
  France
4723 =NR

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Great Britain)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Poland (POL)5207
2  Great Britain (GBR)*46212
3  Spain (ESP)3216
4  Norway (NOR)2114
  Authorised Neutral Athletes (ANA)2013
5  Greece (GRE)1214
6  Netherlands (NED)1135
7  Belgium (BEL)1102
8  Italy (ITA)1012
  Serbia (SRB)1012
10  Azerbaijan (AZE)1001
  Bulgaria (BUL)1001
  Cyprus (CYP)1001
  Slovakia (SVK)1001
   Switzerland (SUI)1001
15  Germany (GER)0415
16  France (FRA)0235
  Ukraine (UKR)0235
18  Belarus (BLR)0112
  Sweden (SWE)0112
20  Portugal (POR)0101
  Turkey (TUR)0101
22  Ireland (IRL)0022
23  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
  Hungary (HUN)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
Totals (25 nations)26272578

Participating nationsEdit

There was a total of 582 participants from 47 nations down from the 637 originally entered. Although originally announced, no athlete from Albania or Kosovo showed up.

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