1966 European Athletics Championships

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The 8th European Athletics Championships were held from 30 August to 4 September 1966 in the Nép Stadium in Budapest, Hungary.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Wiesław Maniak (POL) 10.5  Roger Bambuck (FRA) 10.5  Claude Piquemal (FRA) 10.5
200 metres  Roger Bambuck (FRA) 20.9  Marian Dudziak (POL) 21.0  Jean-Claude Nallet (FRA) 21.0
400 metres  Stanisław Grędziński (POL) 46.0  Andrzej Badeński (POL) 46.2  Manfred Kinder (FRG) 46.3
800 metres  Manfred Matuschewski (GDR) 1:45.9  Franz-Josef Kemper (FRG) 1:46.0  Bodo Tümmler (FRG) 1:46.3
1500 metres  Bodo Tümmler (FRG) 3:41.9  Michel Jazy (FRA) 3:42.2  Harald Norpoth (FRG) 3:42.4
5000 metres  Michel Jazy (FRA) 13:42.8  Harald Norpoth (FRG) 13:44.0  Bernd Diessner (GDR) 13:47.8
10,000 metres  Jürgen Haase (GDR) 28:26.0  Lajos Mecser (HUN) 28:27.0  Leonid Mikitenko (URS) 28:32.2
110 m hurdles  Eddy Ottoz (ITA) 13.7  Hinrich John (FRG) 14.0  Marcel Duriez (FRA) 14.0
400 m hurdles  Roberto Frinolli (ITA) 49.8  Gerd Lossdorfer (FRG) 50.3  Robert Poirier (FRA) 50.5
3000 m steeplechase  Viktor Kudinski (URS) 8:26.6  Anatoliy Kuryan (URS) 8:28.0  Gaston Roelants (BEL) 8:28.0
4×100 m relay  France
Marc Berger
Jocelyn Delecour
Claude Piquemal
Roger Bambuck
39.4  Soviet Union
Edvin Ozolin
Armin Tuyakov
Boris Savchuk
Nikolay Ivanov
39.8  West Germany
Hans-Jürgen Felsen
Gert Metz
Dieter Enderlein
Manfred Knickenberg
39.8
4×400 m relay  Poland
Jan Werner
Edmund Borowski
Stanisław Grędziński
Andrzej Badeński
3:04.5  West Germany
Friedrich Roderfeld
Jens Ulbricht
Rolf Krusmann
Manfred Kinder
3:04.8  East Germany
Joachim Both
Günter Klann
Michael Zerbes
Wilfried Weiland
3:05.7
Marathon  Jim Hogan (GBR) 2:20:04.6  Aurèle Vandendriessche (BEL) 2:21:43.6  Gyula Tóth (HUN) 2:22:02.0
20 km walk  Dieter Lindner (GDR) 1:29:25.0  Vladimir Golubnichiy (URS) 1:30:06.0  Nikolay Smaga (URS) 1:30:18.0
50 km walk  Abdon Pamich (ITA) 4:18:42.0  Genhady Agapov (URS) 4:20:01.2  Aleksandr Shchterbina (URS) 4:20:47.2
High jump  Jacques Madubost (FRA) 2.12 m  Robert Sainte-Rose (FRA) 2.12 m  Valeriy Skvortsov (URS) 2.09 m
Pole vault  Wolfgang Nordwig (GDR) 5.10 m  Christos Papanikolaou (GRE) 5.05 m  Hervé d'Encausse (FRA) 5.00 m
Long jump  Lynn Davies (GBR) 7.98 m  Igor Ter-Ovanesyan (URS) 7.88 m  Jean Cochard (FRA) 7.88 m
Triple jump  Georgi Stoykovski (BUL) 16.67 m  Hans-Jürgen Rückborn (GDR) 16.66 m  Henrik Kalocsai (HUN) 16.59 m
Shot put  Vilmos Varjú (HUN) 19.43 m  Nikolay Karasev (URS) 18.82 m  Władysław Komar (POL) 18.68 m
Discus throw  Detlef Thorith (GDR) 57.42 m  Hartmut Losch (GDR) 57.34 m  Lothar Milde (GDR) 56.80 m
Javelin throw  Jānis Lūsis (URS) 82.04 m  Władysław Nikiciuk (POL) 81.76 m  Gergely Kulcsar (HUN) 80.54 m
Hammer throw  Romuald Klim (URS) 70.02 m  Gyula Zsivotzky (HUN) 68.62 m  Uwe Beyer (FRG) 67.28 m
Decathlon  Werner von Moltke (FRG) 7740 pts  Jörg Mattheis (FRG) 7614 pts  Horst Beyer (FRG) 7562 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Ewa Kłobukowska (POL) 11.5  Irena Kirszenstein (POL) 11.5  Karin Frisch (FRG) 11.8
200 metres  Irena Kirszenstein (POL) 23.1  Ewa Kłobukowska (POL) 23.4  Vera Popkova (URS) 23.7
400 metres  Anna Chmelková (TCH) 52.9  Antónia Munkácsi (HUN) 52.9  Monique Noirot (FRA) 54.0
800 metres  Vera Nikolić (YUG) 2:02.8  Zsuzsa Szabóné Nagy (HUN) 2:03.1  Antje Gleichfeld (FRG) 2:03.7
80 m hurdles  Karin Balzer (GDR) 10.7  Karin Frisch (FRG) 10.7  Elzbieta Bednarek (POL) 10.7
4×100 m relay  Poland
Elzbieta Bednarek
Danuta Straszynska
Irena Kirszenstein
Ewa Kłobukowska
44.4  West Germany
Renate Meyer
Hannelore Trabert
Karin Frisch
Jutta Stöck
44.5  Soviet Union
Vera Popkova
Valentina Bolshova
Lyudmila Samotyosova
Renate Laze
44.6
Long jump  Irena Kirszenstein (POL) 6.55 m  Diana Yorgova (BUL) 6.45 m  Helga Hoffmann (FRG) 6.38 m
High jump  Taisia Chenchik (URS) 1.75 m  Ludmila Komleva (URS) 1.73 m  Jarosława Bieda (POL) 1.71 m
Shot put  Nadezhda Chizhova (URS) 17.22 m  Margitta Gummel (GDR) 17.05 m  Marita Lange (GDR) 16.96 m
Discus throw  Christine Spielberg (GDR) 57.76 m  Liesel Westermann (FRG) 57.38 m  Anita Hentschel (GDR) 56.80 m
Javelin throw  Marion Lüttge (GDR) 58.74 m  Mihaela Peneş (ROM) 56.94 m  Valentina Popova (URS) 56.70 m
Pentathlon  Valentina Tihomirova (URS) 4787 pts  Heide Rosendahl (FRG) 4765 pts  Inge Exner (GDR) 4713 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 8 3 6 17
2  Poland 7 5 3 15
3  Soviet Union 5 7 7 19
4  France 4 3 7 14
5  West Germany 3 10 9 22
6  Italy 3 0 0 3
7  Great Britain 2 0 0 2
8  Hungary 1 4 3 8
9  Bulgaria 1 1 0 2
10=  Czechoslovakia 1 0 0 1
10=  Yugoslavia 1 0 0 1
12  Belgium 0 1 1 2
13=  Greece 0 1 0 1
13=  Romania 0 1 0 1

References[edit]

Results

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