1969 European Indoor Games

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The 4th European Indoor Games were held in 1969 in Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia (present-day Serbia). In 1970 the European Indoor Games were replaced by the European Athletics Indoor Championships.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m  Zenon Nowosz (POL) 5.8  Valeriy Borzov (URS) 5.8  Bob Frith (GBR) 5.8
400 metres  Jan Balachowski (POL) 47.3  Jan Werner (POL) 47.4  Yuriy Zorin (URS) 47.4
800 metres  Dieter Fromm (GDR) 1:46.6 CR  Henryk Szordykowski (POL) 1:47.1  Noel Carroll (IRL) 1:47.6
1500 metres  Edgard Salvé (BEL) 3:45.9  Knut Brustad (NOR) 3:46.2  Walter Wilkinson (GBR) 3:46.4
3000 metres  Ian Stewart (GBR) 7:55.4 CR  Javier Álvarez (ESP) 7:56.2  Werner Girke (FRG) 7:56.8
50 m hurdles  Alan Pascoe (GBR) 6.6  Werner Trzmiel (FRG) 6.6  Nicolae Pertea (ROM) 6.7
4×390 m relay  Poland
Jan Werner
Jan Radomski
Andrzej Badeński
Jan Balachowski
3:01.9  Soviet Union
Leonid Mikishev
Aleksandr Bratchikov
Valeriy Borzov
Yuriy Zorin
3:01.9  West Germany
Dieter Hübner
Herbert Moser
Peter Bernreuther
Manfred Kinder
3:04.5
Medley relay
(1950 m)
 Poland
Edward Romanowski
Andrzej Badenski
Henryk Szordykowski
Jan Radomski
4:16.4 Only one finishing team
3×1000 m relay  West Germany
Anton Adam
Walter Adams
Harald Norpoth
7:08.0  Czechoslovakia
Jan Sisovsky
Petr Blaha
Pavel Penkava
7:23.1  Yugoslavia
Radovan Piplovic
Slavko Koprivica
Adam Ladik
7:42.8
Pole vault  Wolfgang Nordwig (GDR) 5.20 =CR  Gennadiy Bliznetsov (URS) 5.10  Joachim Bär (GDR) 5.10
High jump  Valentin Gavrilov (URS) 2.14  Henry Elliott (FRA) 2.14  Serban Ioan (ROM) 2.14
Long jump  Klaus Beer (GDR) 7.77  Lynn Davies (GBR) 7.76  Rafael Blanquer (ESP) 7.63
Triple jump  Nikolay Dudkin (URS) 16.73 CR  Zoltán Cziffra (HUN) 16.46  Carol Corbu (ROM) 16.20
Shot put  Heinfried Birlenbach (FRG) 19.51 CR  Hartmut Briesenick (GDR) 19.19  Heinz-Joachim Rothenburg (GDR) 18.69

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m  Irena Szewińska (POL) 6.4  Sylviane Telliez (FRA) 6.5  Madeleine Cobb (GBR) 6.5
400 metres  Colette Besson (FRA) 54.0 CR  Christel Frese (FRG) 54.8  Rosemary Stirling (GBR) 54.8
800 metres  Barbara Wieck (GDR) 2:05.3 CR  Magdolna Kulcsár (HUN) 2:07.5  Anna Zimina (URS) 2:08.0
50 m hurdles  Karin Balzer (GDR) 7.2  Meta Antenen (SUI) 7.3  Christine Perera (GBR) 7.4
4×195 m relay  France
Odette Ducas
Sylviane Telliez
Colette Besson
Christiane Martinetto
1:34.3  Soviet Union
Galina Bucharina
Vera Popkova
Lyudmila Golomazova
Lyudmila Samotyosova
1:34.6  Yugoslavia
Darja Marolt
Verica Ambrozi
Ljiljana Petnjarić
Marijana Lubej
1:36.9
Medley relay
(1950 m)
 Soviet Union
Vera Popkova
Lyudmila Samotyosova
Raisa Nikonorova
Anna Zimina
4:52.4  Poland
Irena Szewińska
Zdzisława Robaszewska
Elżbieta Skowrońska
Zofia Kołakowska
4:53.2  Yugoslavia
Verica Ambrozi
Ika Maričić
Mirjana Kovačev
Ninoslava Tikvicki
5:05.9
High jump  Rita Schmidt (GDR) 1.82  Yordanka Blagoeva (BUL) 1.82  Antonina Lazareva (URS) 1.79
Long jump  Irena Szewińska (POL) 6.38  Sue Scott (GBR) 6.18  Meta Antenen (SUI) 6.15
Shot put  Marita Lange (GDR) 17.52  Ivanka Khristova (BUL) 16.94  Ingeburg Friedrich (GDR) 16.42

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Poland 6 3 0 9
2  East Germany 6 1 3 10
3  Soviet Union 4 4 3 11
4  United Kingdom 2 2 5 9
5  West Germany 2 2 2 6
6  France 2 2 0 4
7  Belgium 1 0 0 1
8  Bulgaria 0 2 0 2
 Hungary 0 2 0 2
10  Spain 0 1 1 2
  Switzerland 0 1 1 2
12  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
 Norway 0 1 0 1
14  Romania 0 0 3 3
 Yugoslavia 0 0 3 3
16  Ireland 0 0 1 1

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