1967 European Indoor Games

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The 2nd European Indoor Games were held at Sportovní hala, Prague, Czechoslovakia (present-day Czech Republic) from 11 March to 12 March 1977.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres  Pasquale Giannattasio (ITA) 5.7  Aleksandr Lebedev (URS) 5.8  Viktor Kasatkin (URS) 5.89
400 metres  Manfred Kinder (FRG) 48.4  Hartmut Koch (GDR) 48.6  Nikolay Shkarnikov (URS) 50.4
800 metres  Noel Carroll (IRL) 1:49.6  Tomáš Jungwirth (TCH) 1:49.8  Jan Kasal (TCH) 1:50.0
1500 metres  John Whetton (GBR) 3:48.7  Josef Odložil (TCH) 3:49.6  Stanislav Hoffman (TCH) 3:50.5
3000 metres  Werner Girke (FRG) 7:58.6  Rashid Sharafetdinov (URS) 7:59.0  Lajos Mecser (HUN) 8:00.6
50 m hurdles  Eddy Ottoz (ITA) 6.4  Valentin Chistyakov (URS) 6.6  Anatoliy Mikhailov (URS) 6.7
4×300 m relay  Soviet Union
Nikolay Ivanov
Vasiliy Anisimov
Aleksandr Bratchikov
Boris Savchuk
2:18.0  Poland
Edward Romanowski
Jan Balachowski
Edmund Borowski
Tadeusz Jaworski
2:20.2  Czechoslovakia
Jaromír Haisl
Josef Hegyes
Frantisek Ortman
Josef Trousil
2:20.5
Medley relay
(1500 m)
 East Germany
Gert Metz
Horst Haßlinger
Rolf Krüsmann
Manfred Hanika
3:06.6  Soviet Union
Boris Savchuk
Vasiliy Anisimov
Aleksandr Bratchikov
Valeriy Frolov
3:06.9  Czechoslovakia
Jirí Kynos
Ladislav Kriz
Pavel Hruska
Pavel Penkava
3:08.8
3×1000 m relay  East Germany
Klaus Prenner
Wolf-Jochen Schulte-Hillen
Franz-Josef Kemper
7:19.6  Czechoslovakia
Pavel Hruska
Pavel Penkava
Petr Blaha
7:20.0  Soviet Union
Ramir Mitrofanov
Stanislav Simbirtsev
Michail Zhelobovskiy
2:20.6
High jump  Anatoliy Moroz (URS) 2.14  Henry Elliot (FRA) 2.14  Rudolf Baudiš (TCH) 2.11
Pole vault  Igor Feld (URS) 4.90  Gennadiy Bliznetsov (URS) 4.80  Wolfgang Nordwig (GDR) 4.90
Long jump  Lynn Davies (GBR) 7.85  Leonid Barkovskiy (URS) 7.85  Andrzej Stalmach (POL) 7.74
Triple jump  Petr Nemšovský (TCH) 16.57  Henrik Kalocsai (HUN) 16.45  Aleksandr Zolotaryov (URS) 16.40
Shot put  Nikolay Karasyov (URS) 19.26  Eduard Gushchin (URS) 18.95  Wladyslaw Komar (POL) 18.85

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres  Margit Nemesházi (HUN) 6.3  Karin Wallgren (SWE) 6.4u  Galina Bukharina (URS) 6.45
400 metres  Karin Wallgren (SWE) 55.7  Lia Louer (NED) 56.7  Ljiljana Petnjaric (YUG) 57.3
800 metres  Karin Kessler (FRG) 2:08.2  Maryvonne Dupureur (FRA) 2:09.6  Valentina Lukyanova (URS) 2:10.5
50 m hurdles  Karin Balzer (GDR) 6.9  Vlasta Seifertová (TCH) 7.0  Inge Schell (FRG) 7.1
4×150 m relay  Soviet Union
Valentina Bolshova
Galina Bucharina
Tatyana Talysheva
Vera Popkova
1:12.4  Czechoslovakia
Eva Putnová
Vlasta Seifertová
Eva Kucmanová
Eva Lehocká
1:14.0  East Germany
Regina Höfer
Petra Zöllner
Renate Meißner
Brigitte Geyer
1:14.1
Medley relay
(1500 m)
 Soviet Union
Valentina Bolshova
Vera Popkova
Tatyana Arnautova
Nadeshda Syeropegina
3:35.6  Yugoslavia
Marjana Lubej
Ika Maricic
Ljiljana Petnjaric
Gizela Farkaš
3:37.5 Only two teams finished
High jump  Taisiya Chenchik (URS) 1.76  Linda Knowles (GBR) 1.73  Jaroslava Králová (TCH) 1.70
Long jump  Berit Berthelsen (NOR) 6.51  Heide Rosendahl (FRG) 6.41  Viorica Viscopoleanu (ROM) 6.40
Shot put  Nadezhda Chizhova (URS) 17.44  Ivanka Khristova (BUL) 16.55  Maria Chorbova (BUL) 16.23

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 8 7 7 22
2  West Germany 5 1 1 7
3  United Kingdom 2 1 0 3
4  Italy 2 0 0 2
5  Czechoslovakia 1 5 6 12
6  East Germany 1 1 2 4
7  Hungary 1 1 1 3
8  Sweden 1 1 0 2
9  Ireland 1 0 0 1
 Norway 1 0 0 1
11  France 0 2 0 2
12  Poland 0 1 2 3
13  Bulgaria 0 1 1 2
 Yugoslavia 0 1 1 2
15  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
16  Romania 0 0 1 1

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