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2009 European Athletics Junior Championships

 

2009 European Athletics Junior Championships

20th European Athletics Junior Championships
Host city Novi Sad, Serbia
Events 44
Opening ceremony 23 July 2009
Closing ceremony 26 July 2009
Main venue Stadion Karađorđe

The 20th European Athletics Junior Championships were held between 23 and 26 July 2009 in the Stadion Karađorđe in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Contents

  • Men's results 1
  • Women's results 2
  • Medal table 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Men's results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Christophe Lemaitre (FRA) 10.04 EJR  Ramil Guliyev (AZE) 10.16  Eugene Ayanful (GBR) 10.37 PB
200 m  Ramil Guliyev (AZE) 20.38  Robert Hering (GER) 20.83  Diego Marani (ITA) 21.03
400 m  Chris Clarke (GBR) 45.59 PB  Andrzej Jaros (POL) 46.75 PB  Louis Persent (GBR) 46.82
800 m  Kevin López (ESP) 1:48.25  Niall Brooks (GBR) 1:49.21  Aleksandr Sheplyakov (RUS) 1:49.37 SB
1500 m  David Bustos (ESP) 3:53.31  Resul Çevik (TUR) 3:54.30  Simon Horsfield (GBR) 3:54.56
5000 m  Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE) 14:01.19 NR  Jakub Zivec (CZE) 14:10.58 PB  Aitor Fernández (ESP) 14:20.14 PB
10 000 m  Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE) 30:06.64 PB  Simon Lawson (GBR) 30:35.62  Siarhei Platonau (BLR) 30:55.92 PB
3000 m steeplechase  Antonio Abadía (ESP) 8:47.45 PB  James Wilkinson (GBR) 8:51.54 PB  Jeroen D'Hoedt (BEL) 8:51.76 PB
110 m hurdles  Lawrence Clarke (GBR) 13.37 NJR  Sergey Shubenkov (RUS) 13.40  Aliaksandr Linnik (BLR) 13.41 =NR
400 m hurdles  Tobias Giehl (GER) 50.85 PB  Marc John Dombrowski (GER) 51.28  Nikita Andriyanov (RUS) 51.43
10 000 m walk  Stanislav Yemelyanov (RUS) 40:20.86  Denis Strelkov (RUS) 40:24.97  Valeriy Filipchuk (RUS) 40:29.35
4 × 100 m relay Roy Schmidt
Robert Hering
Florian Föstl
Felix Göltl
 Germany (GER)
39.33 Martin Rícar
Lukás Stastný
Pavel Maslák
Václav Zich
 Czech Republic (CZE)
39.57 NJR Andrew Robertson
Junior Ejehu
Deji Tobias
Eugene Ayanful
 Great Britain (GBR)
39.78
4 × 400 m relay Louis Persent
Ross McDonald
Nathan Wake
Chris Clarke
 Great Britain (GBR)
3:07.82 Niklas Zender
Benjamin Jonas
Sascha Eder
Marco Kaiser
 Germany (GER)
3:08.11 Andrea Daminelli
Francesco Cappellin
Alessandro Pedrazzoli
Francesco Ravasio
 Italy (ITA)
3:09.87
High jump  Sergey Mudrov (RUS) 2.25 PB  Ümit Tan (TUR) 2.25 NJR  Artsiom Naumovich (BLR) 2.19 PB
Pole vault  Nico Weiler (GER) 5.25  Dmitriy Zhelyabin (RUS) 5.25  Henri Väyrynen (FIN) 5.15 PB
Long jump  Aleksandr Menkov (RUS) 7.98  Łukasz Masłowski (POL) 7.85 PB  Denis Bogdanov (RUS) 7.76
Triple jump  Aleksey Fyodorov (RUS) 16.67  Aşkın Karaca (TUR) 16.10 NJR  Pavels Kovalovs (LAT) 16.03 PB
Shot put  David Storl (GER) 22.40 CR  Mykyta Nesterenko (UKR) 20.22  Hendrik Müller (GER) 19.63
Discus  Mykyta Nesterenko (UKR) 65.73 CR  Gordon Wolf (GER) 63.02  Marin Premeru (CRO) 60.98
Hammer  Andriy Martynyuk (UKR) 79.54 CR  Ákos Hudi (HUN) 79.14 PB  Javier Cienfuegos (ESP) 79.12 NR
Javelin  Andreas Hofmann (GER) 75.89  Till Wöschler (GER) 73.66  Łukasz Grzeszczuk (POL) 73.55 PB
Decathlon  Thomas van der Plaetsen (BEL) 7769 NJR  Petter Olson (SWE) 7734 PB  Kai Kazmirek (GER) 7639 PB

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Yasmin Kwadwo (GER) 11.42  Folake Akinyemi (NOR) 11.47 PB  Andreea Ograzeanu (ROU) 11.47
200 m  Andreea Ograzeanu (ROU) 23.70  Alena Tamkova (RUS) 23.72  Anna Kiełbasińska (POL) 23.75
400 m  Yuliya Baraley (UKR) 52.89  Liliya Gafiyatullina (RUS) 53.51 PB  Moa Hjelmer (SWE) 54.01 PB
800 m  Elena Mirela Lavric (ROU) 2:04.12  Corinna Harrer (GER) 2:04.51  Yekaterina Zavyalova (RUS) 2:04.59
1500 m  Darya Yachmeneva (RUS) 4:14.64 PB  Layes Abdullayeva (AZE) 4:16.63 PB  Elina Sujew (GER) 4:16.86
3000 m  Yelena Korobkina (RUS) 9:13.35 PB  Kate Avery (GBR) 9:13.68 PB  Louise Small (GBR) 9:15.47 PB
5000 m  Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal (NOR) 15:45.45  Charlotte Purdue (GBR) 15:55.96  Veronica Inglese (ITA) 16:41.37 PB
3000 m steeplechase  Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal (NOR) 9:43.69 CR  Layes Abdullayeva (AZE) 9:55.95 NR  Louise Webb (GBR) 10:10.34 PB
100 m hurdles  Anne Zagré (BEL) 13.21  Isabelle Pedersen (NOR) 13.49  Yariatou Toure (FRA) 13.52
400 m hurdles  Inga Müller (GER) 57.16  Mila Andrić (SRB) 57.55 NR  Katsiatyna Artyukh (BLR) 58.09 =PB
10 000 m walk  Elmira Alembekova (RUS) 46:31.07  Antonella Palmisano (ITA) 46:59.47 SB  Nina Okhotnikova (RUS) 47:04.97
4 × 100 m relay Yasmin Kwadwo
Leena Günther
Nadja Bahl
Ruth Sophia Spelmeyer
 Germany (GER)
44.86 Ewelina Skoczylas
Małgorzata Kołdej
Ewa Zarębska
Anna Kiełbasińska
 Poland (POL)
45.12 Judith Bosker
Yaël van Pelt
Anouk Hagen
Jamile Samuel
 Netherlands (NED)
45.88
4 × 400 m relay Olha Zemlyak
Yuliya Krasnoshchok
Alina Lohvynenko
Yuliya Baraley
 Ukraine (UKR)
3:35.82 NJR Yuliya Terekhova
Liliya Zubkova
Alina Safiullina
Liliya Gafiytullina
 Russia (RUS)
3:36.25 Laura Hansen
Maral Feizbakhsh
Daniela Ferenz
Inga Müller
 Germany (GER)
3:37.83
High jump  Natalya Mamlina (RUS) 1.91 PB  Marina Vuković (MNE) 1.89 NR  Burcu Ayhan (TUR) 1.89 =NJR
Pole vault  Martina Schultze (GER) 4.20  Yekaterina Kolesova (RUS) 4.10  Caroline Bonde Holm (DEN) 4.10
Long jump  Darya Klishina (RUS) 6.80 CR  Ivana Španović (SRB) 6.71 NR  Anna Jagaciak (POL) 6.29 =PB
Triple jump  Liane Pintsaar (EST) 13.89 PB  Cristina Sandu (ROU) 13.61 PB  Jenny Elbe (GER) 13.55
Shot put  Aliona Hryshko (BLR) 17.59  Samira Burkhardt (GER) 16.46  Sophie Kleeberg (GER) 15.95
Discus  Sandra Perković (CRO) 62.44 NR  Julia Schäfer (GER) 55.11  Irina Rodrigues (POR) 53.14
Hammer  Bianca Perie (ROU) 68.59 CR  Jenny Ozorai (HUN) 63.70  Sophie Hitchon (GBR) 63.18 NJR
Javelin  Tatjana Jelača (SRB) 60.35 NR  Karolina Mor (POL) 53.57  Sabine Kopplin (GER) 53.26 PB
Heptathlon  Carolin Schäfer (GER) 5697 SB  Kateřina Cachová (CZE) 5660 SB  Léa Sprunger (SUI) 5552 SB

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medal table

110m hurdles race (m)
100m hurdles race (w)
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 10 8 7 25
2  Russia (RUS) 9 7 6 22
3  Ukraine (UKR) 4 1 0 5
4  Great Britain (GBR) 3 5 7 15
5  Azerbaijan (AZE) 3 3 0 6
6  Romania (ROU) 3 1 1 5
7  Spain (ESP) 3 0 2 5
8  Norway (NOR) 2 2 0 4
9  Belgium (BEL) 2 0 1 3
10  Serbia (SRB) 1 2 0 3
11  Belarus (BLR) 1 0 4 5
12  Croatia (CRO) 1 0 1 2
12  France (FRA) 1 0 1 2
14  Estonia (EST) 1 0 0 1
15  Poland (POL) 0 5 3 8
16  Turkey (TUR) 0 3 1 4
17  Czech Republic (CZE) 0 2 0 2
17  Hungary (HUN) 0 2 0 2
19  Italy (ITA) 0 1 3 4
20  Sweden (SWE) 0 1 1 2
21  Montenegro (MNE) 0 1 0 1
22  Denmark (DEN) 0 0 1 1
22  Finland (FIN) 0 0 1 1
22  Latvia (LAT) 0 0 1 1
22  Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1
22  Portugal (POR) 0 0 1 1
22  Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1
Total 44 44 44 132

References

Day reports
  • Minshull, Phil (2009-07-24). Dominating performances highlight - Euro Jnr Champs, Day 1 (Archived 2009-07-27). IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-07-25.
  • Minshull, Phil (2009-07-25). Lemaitre sets European Junior 100m record - Euro Jnr Champs, Day 2. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-07-25.
  • Minshull, Phil (2009-07-26). Storl the star as more championship records fall - Euro Jnr Champs, Day 3 (Archived 2009-07-29). IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-07-27.
  • Minshull, Phil (2009-07-27). Euro Junior Champs, Final Day. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-07-27.

External links

  • EAF website
  • Official site
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