1970 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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The 1st European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in 1970 at Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, the capital of Austria. It replaced the European Indoor Games, an indoor athletics competition which had been held since 1966.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres  Valeriy Borzov (URS) 6.6a  Zenon Nowosz (POL) 6.7a  Jarkko Tapola (FIN) 6.7a
400 metres  Aleksandr Bratchikov (URS) 46.8a  Andrzej Badeński (POL) 46.9a  Yuriy Zorin (URS) 48.4a
800 metres  Yevgeniy Arzhanov (URS) 1:51.0a  Juan Borroz (ESP) 1:51.9a  Jože Međimurec (YUG) 1:51.9a
1500 metres  Henryk Szordykowski (POL) 3:48.8a  Frank Murphy (IRL) 3:49.0a  Vladimir Panteley (URS) 3:49.8a
3000 metres  Ricky Wilde (GBR) 7:46.85  Harald Norpoth (FRG) 7:49.50  Javier Álvarez (ESP) 7:52.45
60 metres hurdles  Günther Nickel (FRG) 7.8a  Frank Siebeck (GDR) 7.8a  Guy Drut (FRA) 7.8a
4×400 m relay  Soviet Union
Yevgeniy Borisenko
Yuriy Zorin
Boris Savchuk
Aleksandr Bratchikov
3:05.9a  Poland
Jan Werner
Stanisław Grędziński
Jan Balachowski
Andrzej Badeński
3:07.5a  West Germany
Dieter Hübner
Karl-Hermann Tofaute
Ulrich Strohhacker
Helmar Müller
3:10.7a
Medley relay
(2800 m)
 Soviet Union
Alexander Konnikov
Sergey Kryuchek
Vladimir Kolesnikov
Ivan Ivanov
6:18.0a  Poland
Edmund Borowski
Stanislaw Waskiewicz
Kazimierz Wardak
Eryk Zelazny
6:18.8a  West Germany
Horst Hasslinger
Lothar Hirsch
Manfred Henne
Ingo Sensburg
6:19.6a
Pole vault  François Tracanelli (FRA) 5.30  Kjell Isaksson (SWE) 5.25  Wolfgang Nordwig (GDR) 5.20
High jump  Valentin Gavrilov (URS) 2.20  Gerd Dührkop (GDR) 2.17  Şerban Ioan (ROM) 2.17
Long jump  Tõnu Lepik (URS) 8.05  Klaus Beer (GDR) 7.99  Rafael Blanquer (ESP) 7.92
Triple jump  Viktor Sanyeyev (URS) 16.95  Jörg Drehmel (GDR) 16.74  Şerban Ciochină (ROM) 16.47
Shot put  Hartmut Briesenick (GDR) 20.22  Heinz-Joachim Rothenburg (GDR) 19.70  Pierre Colnard (FRA) 18.96

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres  Renate Meissner (GDR) 7.4a  Sylviane Telliez (FRA) 7.5a  Wilma van den Berg (NED) 7.5a
400 metres  Marilyn Neufville (GBR) 53.01  Christel Frese (FRG) 53.13  Colette Besson (FRA) 53.63
800 metres  Maria Sykora (AUT) 2:07.0a  Lyudmila Bragina (URS) 2:07.5a  Zofia Kołakowska (POL) 2:07.6a
60 metres hurdles  Karin Balzer (GDR) 8.2a  Liya Khitrina (URS) 8.2a  Teresa Sukniewicz (POL) 8.5a
4×200 m relay  Soviet Union
Nadezhda Besfamilnaya
Vera Popkova
Galina Bucharina
Lyudmila Samotyosova
1:35.7a  West Germany
Elfgard Schittenhelm
Annelie Wilden
Marianne Bolling
Annegret Kroniger
1:37.6a  Austria
Maria Sykora
Brigitte Ortner
Christa Kepplinger
Hanni Burger
1:40.8a
Medley relay
(2000 m)
 France
Sylviane Telliez
Mireille Testanière
Colette Besson
Nicole Duclos
4:58.4a  West Germany
Elfgard Schittenhelm
Heidi Gerhard
Christa Merten
Jutta Haase
5:01.1a  Soviet Union
Lyudmila Golomazova
Olga Klein
Nadezhda Kolesnikova
Svetlana Moshchenok
5:02.2a
High jump  Ilona Gusenbauer (AUT) 1.88  Cornelia Popescu (ROM) 1.82  Rita Schmidt (GDR) 1.82
Long jump  Viorica Viscopoleanu (ROM) 6.56  Heide Rosendahl (FRG) 6.55  Mirosława Sarna (POL) 6.54
Shot put  Nadezhda Chizhova (URS) 18.80  Hannelore Friedel (GDR) 18.39  Marita Lange (GDR) 18.09

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 10 2 3 15
2  East Germany 3 6 3 12
3  France 2 1 3 6
4  Austria 2 0 1 3
5  United Kingdom 2 0 0 2
6  West Germany 1 5 2 8
7  Poland 1 4 3 8
8  Romania 1 1 2 4
9  Spain 0 1 2 3
10  Ireland 0 1 0 1
 Sweden 0 1 0 1
12  Finland 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1

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