2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships

The 2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held from 4 to 7 March 2021 at the Arena Toruń in Toruń, Poland.[1] This was the second time this event was held in Poland after the 1975 edition in Katowice. The four-day competition featured 13 men's and 13 women's athletics events. Altogether 659 athletes from 46 countries participated in the event which is a record in the competition's history. The Netherlands topped the medal table for the first time with four gold, one silver and two bronze medals. Katarzynka, a gingerbread, was the mascot.

2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships
2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships.svg
Dates4–7 March
Host cityToruń, Poland
VenueArena Toruń
Events26
Participation659 athletes from
46 nations

ScheduleEdit

All times are local (UTC+1).

Men's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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Marcell Jacobs
  Italy
6.47 WL, NR Kevin Kranz
  Germany
6.60 Ján Volko
  Slovakia
6.61
400 metres
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Óscar Husillos
  Spain
46.22 SB Tony van Diepen
  Netherlands
46.25 Liemarvin Bonevacia
  Netherlands
46.30
800 metres
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Patryk Dobek
  Poland
1:46.81 Mateusz Borkowski
  Poland
1:46.90 Jamie Webb
  Great Britain
1:46.95
1500 metres
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Jakob Ingebrigtsen
  Norway
3:37.56 Marcin Lewandowski
  Poland
3:38.06 Jesús Gómez
  Spain
3:38.47
3000 metres
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Jakob Ingebrigtsen
  Norway
7:48.20 PB Isaac Kimeli
  Belgium
7:49.41 Adel Mechaal
  Spain
7:49.47
60 metres hurdles
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Wilhem Belocian
  France
7.42 EL Andrew Pozzi
  Great Britain
7.43 =PB Paolo Dal Molin
  Italy
7.56
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Netherlands
Jochem Dobber
Liemarvin Bonevacia
Ramsey Angela
Tony van Diepen
3:06.06 EL, NR   Czech Republic
Vít Müller
Pavel Maslák
Michal Desenský
Patrik Šorm
3:06.54   Great Britain
Joe Brier
Owen Smith
James Williams
Lee Thompson
3:06.70

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Maksim Nedasekau
  Belarus
2.37 WL, NR Gianmarco Tamberi
  Italy
2.35 =SB Thomas Carmoy
  Belgium
2.26
Pole vault
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Armand Duplantis
  Sweden
6.05 CR Valentin Lavillenie
  France
5.80 =PB Piotr Lisek
  Poland
5.80 =SB
Long jump
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Miltiadis Tentoglou
  Greece
8.35 WL Thobias Montler
  Sweden
8.31 NR Kristian Pulli
  Finland
8.24 NR
Triple jump
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Pedro Pichardo
  Portugal
17.30 Alexis Copello
  Azerbaijan
17.04 SB Max Heß
  Germany
17.01 SB
Shot put
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Tomáš Staněk
  Czech Republic
21.62 SB Michał Haratyk
  Poland
21.47 Filip Mihaljević
  Croatia
21.31

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon
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Kevin Mayer
  France
6,392 WL Jorge Ureña
  Spain
6,158 Paweł Wiesiołek
  Poland
6,133 PB

Women's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
Ajla Del Ponte
  Switzerland
7.03 WL, =NR Lotta Kemppinen
  Finland
7.22 Jamile Samuel
  Netherlands
7.22 SB
400 metres
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Femke Bol
  Netherlands
50.63 EL, NR Justyna Święty-Ersetic
  Poland
51.41 Jodie Williams
  Great Britain
51.73 PB
800 metres
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Keely Hodgkinson
  Great Britain
2:03.88 Joanna Jóźwik
  Poland
2:04.00 Angelika Cichocka
  Poland
2:04.15
1500 metres
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Elise Vanderelst
  Belgium
4:18.44 Holly Archer
  Great Britain
4:19.91 Hanna Klein
  Germany
4:20.07
3000 metres
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Amy-Eloise Markovc
  Great Britain
8:46.43 PB Alice Finot
  France
8:46.54 PB Verity Ockenden
  Great Britain
8:46.60 PB
60 metres hurdles
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Nadine Visser
  Netherlands
7.77 WL, NR Cindy Sember
  Great Britain
7.89 Tiffany Porter
  Great Britain
7.92
4 × 400 metres relay
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  Netherlands
Lieke Klaver
Marit Dopheide
Lisanne de Witte
Femke Bol
3:27.15 CR, NR   Great Britain
Zoey Clark
Jodie Williams
Ama Pipi
Jessie Knight
3:28.20   Poland
Natalia Kaczmarek
Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik
Kornelia Lesiewicz
Aleksandra Gaworska
3:29.94

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Yaroslava Mahuchikh
  Ukraine
2.00 Iryna Herashchenko
  Ukraine
1.98 PB Ella Junnila
  Finland
1.96 NR
Pole vault
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Angelica Moser
  Switzerland
4.75 PB Tina Šutej
  Slovenia
4.70 =PB Holly Bradshaw
  Great Britain
Iryna Zhuk
  Belarus
4.65
Long jump
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Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk
  Ukraine
6.92 WL Malaika Mihambo
  Germany
6.88 SB Khaddi Sagnia
  Sweden
6.75
Triple jump
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Patricia Mamona
  Portugal
14.53 NR Ana Peleteiro
  Spain
14.52 SB Neele Eckhardt
  Germany
14.52 PB
Shot put
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Auriol Dongmo
  Portugal
19.34 Fanny Roos
  Sweden
19.29 NR Christina Schwanitz
  Germany
19.04

CombinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Pentathlon
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Nafissatou Thiam
  Belgium
4904 WL, NR Noor Vidts
  Belgium
4791 PB Xénia Krizsán
  Hungary
4644

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Poland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Netherlands4127
2  Portugal3003
3  Great Britain24612
4  Belgium2215
5  France2204
6  Ukraine2103
7  Norway2002
   Switzerland2002
9  Poland*15410
10  Spain1225
11  Sweden1214
12  Italy1113
13  Czech Republic1102
14  Belarus1012
15  Greece1001
16  Germany0246
17  Finland0123
18  Azerbaijan0101
  Slovenia0101
20  Croatia0011
  Hungary0011
  Slovakia0011
Totals (22 nations)26262779

Participating nationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Indoor Championships TORUN, POLAND 4-7 MARCH 2021". Retrieved 15 February 2021.

External linksEdit