1970 European Athletics Junior Championships

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The 1970 European Athletics Junior Championships was the inaugural edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Colombes, near Paris in France.[1]

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Franz-Peter Hofmeister (FRG) 10.61  Dominique Chauvelot (FRA) 10.65  Jean-Paul Dubuisson (FRA) 10.73
200 metres  Franz-Peter Hofmeister (FRG) 21.49  Aleksandr Zhidkikh (URS) 21.80  Sergey Korovin (URS) 21.80
400 metres  Peter Beaven (GBR) 47.11  Ulrich Reich (FRG) 47.36  Andreas Scheibe (GDR) 47.65
800 metres  Hans-Henning Ohlert (GDR) 1:50.96  Vladimir Zimin (URS) 1:51.39  Ulrich Keufner (GDR) 1:51.41
1500 metres  Klaus-Peter Justus (GDR) 3:51.39  Paul-Heinz Wellmann (FRG) 3:51.79  Francisco Morera (ESP) 3:52.48
3000 metres  Herman Mignon (BEL) 8:08.73  John Boggis (GBR) 8:10.43  Yuriy Korchenkov (URS) 8:11.15
110 m hurdles  Berwyn Price (GBR) 14.21  Mirosław Wodzyński (POL) 14.22  Klaus Fiedler (GDR) 14.22
400 m hurdles  Dmitriy Stukalov (URS) 50.30  Jean-Pierre Perrot (FRA) 50.45  Yevgeniy Gavrilenko (URS) 50.72
2000 m s'chase  Bronisław Malinowski (POL) 5:44.00  Juhani Huhtinen (FIN) 5:45.48  Elek Sari (HUN) 5:45.48
10,000 m walk  Lutz Lipowski (GDR) 43:35.6  Peter Schuster (FRG) 44:02.0  Mikhail Alekseyev (URS) 44:19.4
4×100 m relay  Soviet Union (URS)
Valeriy Podluzhniy
Aleksandr Zhidkikh
Vladimir Lovetskiy
Sergey Korovin
40.18  France (FRA)
Michel Limousin
Patrick Deroch
Jean-Paul Dubuisson
Philippe Leroux
40.27  West Germany (FRG)
Manfred Schumann
Thomas van Wickeren
Michael van Wickeren
Franz-Peter Hofmeister
40.55
4×400 m relay  Soviet Union (URS)
Yevgeniy Gavrilenko
Nikolay Kornyushkin
Dmitriy Stukalov
Semyon Kocher
3:11.2  France (FRA)
Claude Dumont
Patrick Salvador
Daniel Raoult
Lionel Malingre
3:11.5  West Germany (FRG)
Ulrich Reich
Johannes Dickhut
Bernd Herrmann
Wolfgang Druschky
3:11.7
Pole vault  François Tracanelli (FRA) 5,20 m  Serge Lefevbre (FRA) 4,80 m  Romuald Murawski (POL) 4,80 m
High jump  Jiří Palkovský (TCH) 2,18 m  Csaba Dosa (ROM) 2,16 m  Ferenc Doczi (HUN) 2,06 m
Long jump  Valeriy Podluzhniy (URS) 7,87 m  Jacques Rousseau (FRA) 7,81 m  Nenad Stekić (YUG) 7,75 m
Triple jump  Valeriy Podluzhniy (URS) 16,25 m  Anatoliy Golubtsov (URS) 16,05 m  Gábor Katona (HUN) 16,03 m
Shot put  Wolfgang Barthel (FRG) 18,10 m  Manfred Kaiser (GDR) 17,40 m  Jan Skoupy (TCH) 17,11 m
Discus throw  Aleksandr Nazhimov (URS) 54,18 m  Lothar Schlage (GDR) 53,96 m  Pal Szauer (HUN) 53,00 m
Javelin throw  Aimo Puska (FIN) 76,98 m  Aleksandr Makarov (URS) 74,92 m  Wolfgang Hanisch (GDR) 73,22 m
Hammer throw  Todor Manolov (BUL) 65,16 m  Aleksey Spiridonov (URS) 64,88 m  Sergey Korobov (URS) 64,32 m
Decathlon  Aleksandr Blinayev (URS) 7632 pts  Eberhard Stroot (FRG) 7584 pts  Frank Nusse (NED) 7129 pts

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Helena Kerner (POL) 12.10  Andrea Lynch (GBR) 12.19  Helen Golden (GBR) 12.23
200 metres  Helen Golden (GBR) 24.34  Annegret Kroniger (FRG) 24.64  Véronique Grandrieux (FRA) 24.72
400 metres  Monika Zehrt (GDR) 54.00  Bozena Zientarska (POL) 54.61  Brigitte Rohde (GDR) 54.07
800 metres  Waltraud Pöhland (GDR) 2:05.29  Sylvia Schenk (FRG) 2:05.30  Galina Vaingarten (URS) 2:06.45
1500 metres  Katrin Clausnitzer (GDR) 4:24.17  Christine Haskett (GBR) 4:27.16  Olga Dvirna (URS) 4:28.17
100 m hurdles  Grażyna Rabsztyn (POL) 14.06  Monika Hys (GDR) 14.11  Margarete Leidel (FRG) 14.51
4×100 m relay  Poland (POL)
Aniela Szubert
Elzbieta Nowak
Urszula Soszka
Helena Kerner
45.26  West Germany (FRG)
Liesel Bömelburg
Annegret Kroniger
Ellen Walter
Elvira Springsguth
45.27  East Germany (GDR)
Evelyn Kaufer
Ellen Stropahl
Marion Wagner
Monika Meyer
45.47
4×400 m relay  East Germany (GDR)
Brigitte Rohde
Renate Marder
Brigitte Ullmann
Monika Zehrt
3:40.2  Poland (POL)
Aniela Szubert
Krystyna Lech
Danuta Gaska
Bozena Zientarska
3:44.0  Sweden (SWE)
Ragnhild Skoog
Margaretha Larsson
Gunhild Skoog
Monica Bergendahl
3:46.7
High jump  Mieke Van Doorn (NED) 1,74 m  Svetlana Gontkovskaya (URS) 1,74 m  Renate Gärtner (FRG) 1,74 m
Long jump  Jarmila Nygrýnová (TCH) 6,27 m  Moira Walls (GBR) 6,26 m  Brigitte Göhrs (FRG) 6,03 m
Shot put  Gabriele Moritz (GDR) 16,91 m  Birgit Palzkill (FRG) 16,56 m  Margitta Ludewig (GDR) 15,98 m
Discus throw  Klara Pogyor (HUN) 48,26 m  Maria Illi (ROM) 47,76 m  Irina Sapronova (URS) 47,50 m
Javelin throw  Jacqueline Todten (GDR) 55,20 m  Christine Schmidt (GDR) 53,08 m  Inara Oshinya (URS) 52,36 m
Pentathlon  Monika Peikert (GDR) 4578 pts  Irena Vitane (URS) 4482 pts  Florence Picaut (FRA) 4422 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 10 4 7 21
2  Soviet Union 7 7 9 23
3  Poland 4 3 1 8
4  West Germany 3 8 5 16
5  Great Britain 3 4 1 8
6  Czechoslovakia 2 0 1 3
7  France 1 6 3 10
8  Finland 1 1 0 2
9  Hungary 1 0 4 5
10  Netherlands 1 0 1 2
11=  Belgium 1 0 0 1
11=  Bulgaria 1 0 0 1
13  Romania 0 2 0 2
14=  Spain 0 0 1 1
14=  Sweden 0 0 1 1
14=  Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 35 35 35 105

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Junior Championships. GBRAthletics. Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
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