1975 European Athletics Junior Championships

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The 1975 European Athletics Junior Championships was the third edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Athens, Greece.[1]

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Werner Bastians (FRG) 10.52  Jean-Claude Amoureux (FRA) 10.53  Marian Woronin (POL) 10.55
200 metres  Werner Bastians (FRG) 21.29  Marc Machabey (FRA) 21.40  Eddy Albertin (ITA)
 Michael Gruse (FRG)
21.53
400 metres  Henryk Galant (POL) 46.88  Peter Hoffmann (GBR) 47.27  Bernd Reimann (GDR) 47.41
800 metres  Guy Gabrielli (FRA) 1:49.8  Ioannis Konnari (GRE) 1:49.9  Rüdiger Möhler (FRG) 1:50.0
1500 metres  Ari Paunonen (FIN) 3:44.8  Dmitriy Dmitriyev (URS) 3:45.1  Sebastian Coe (GBR) 3:45.2
3000 metres  Yvan Naessens (BEL) 8:10.6  Patriz Ilg (FRG) 8:15.0  José Luis González (ESP) 8:17.0
5000 metres  Pyotr Chernyuk (URS) 14:18.0  John Treacy (IRL) 14:19.2  Anatoliy Dimov (URS) 14:20.6
110 m hurdles  Aleksandr Puchkov (URS) 14.07  Javier Moracho (ESP) 14.46  Thomas Wild (SUI) 14.50
400 m hurdles  Andreas Münch (GDR) 51.26  Volker Beck (GDR) 51.46  José Alonso (ESP) 51.57
2000 m s'chase  Mickey Morris (GBR) 6:34.8  Konstantinos Sakalis (GRE) 5:37.2  Christer Strom (SWE) 5:37.4
10,000 m walk  Roland Wieser (GDR) 43:11.4  Olaf Pilarski (GDR) 43:49.0  Mikola Vinnichenko (URS) 44:08.2
4×100 m relay  France (FRA)
Jean-Claude Amoureux
Marc Machabey
Jean-Jacques Matz
Erik Guy
40.07  West Germany (FRG)
Werner Bastians
Friedhelm Heckel
Michael Gruse
Robert Tempel
40.25  Spain (ESP)
Josep Carbonell
Juan Reventer
Miguel Arnau
Ángel Heras
40.52
4×400 m relay  East Germany (GDR)
Volker Beck
Bernd Reimann
Ronald Röder
Andreas Münch
3:08.7  West Germany (FRG)
Harald Schmid
Ludger Zander
Gerhard Trabert
Volker Längsfeld
3:09.0  Poland (POL)
Henryk Galant
Wieslaw Puchalski
Edward Antczak
Marek Jakubczyk
3:09.7
High jump  Jacek Wszoła (POL) 2.22 m  Vladimir Andreyev (URS) 2.20 m  Giordano Ferrari (ITA) 2.16 m
Pole vault  Aleksandr Dolgov (URS) 5.00 m  Felix Böhni (SUI) 4.80 m  Aleksandr Vostrikov (URS) 4.80 m
Long jump  Leszek Dunecki (POL) 7.98 m  Jochen Verschl (FRG) 7.93 m  Jaroslav Priscak (TCH) 7.84 m
Triple jump  Aston Moore (GBR) 16.16 m  Gennadiy Kovtunov (URS) 16.06 m  Miloš Srejović (YUG) 15.99 m
Shot put  Vladimir Kiselyov (URS) 18.27 m  Roland Höhne (GDR) 18.16 m  Luc Viudès (FRA) 17.36 m
Discus throw  Helmut Klink (GDR) 55.48 m  Kiril Georgiev (BUL) 54.84 m  Igor Duginyets (URS) 53.70 m
Hammer throw  Detlef Gerstenberg (GDR) 70.08 m  Klaus Ploghaus (FRG) 65.90 m  Sergey Litvinov (URS) 64.44 m
Javelin throw  Ivan Gromov (URS) 77.92 m  Udo Mäussnest (FRG) 76.00 m  Yuriy Kopylov (URS) 75.44 m
Decathlon  Eckart Muller (FRG) 7706 pts  Georg Werthner (AUT) 7468 pts  Anatoliy Novikov (URS) 7424 pts

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Petra Koppetsch (GDR) 11.34  Marlies Oelsner (GDR) 11.43  Wendy Clarke (GBR) 11.53
200 metres  Petra Koppetsch (GDR) 23.20  Wendy Clarke (GBR) 23.85  Silvia Schinzel (AUT) 23.93
400 metres  Christina Brehmer (GDR) 51.27  Marita Koch (GDR) 51.60  Rosine Wallez (BEL) 52.55
800 metres  Olga Commandeur (NED) 2:05.8  Zora Tomecic (YUG) 2:06.1  Rita Thijs (BEL) 2:06.1
1500 metres  Angelika Kuhse (GDR) 4:18.6  Loa Olafsson (DEN) 4:19.6  Gabriella Dorio (ITA) 4:19.6
100 m hurdles  Laurence Lebeau (FRA) 13.77  Ute Glatte (GDR) 13.98  Xénia Siska (HUN) 14.07
4×100 m relay  East Germany (GDR)
Petra Koppetsch
Marlies Oelsner
Margit Sinzel
Christina Brehmer
44.05  Poland (POL)
Elzbieta Stachurska
Barbara Mika
Zofia Filip
Ewa Witkowska
44.93  West Germany (FRG)
Claudia Steger
Dagmar Schenten
Birgit Seiring
Ina Wallburg
45.32
4×400 m relay  East Germany (GDR)
Christina Brehmer
Marita Koch
Margit Sinzel
Hildegard Ullrich
3:33.7  West Germany (FRG)
Angelika Stachowicz
Maria Kögel
Ursula Hook
Heike Neumann
3:37.9  Great Britain (GBR)
Anne Clarkson
Diane Heath
Ruth Kennedy
Karen Williams
3:39.1
High jump  Alla Fedorchuk (URS) 1.88 m  Susann Sundkvist (FIN) 1.86 m  Brigitte Holzapfel (FRG) 1.80 m
Long jump  Irina Zhidova (URS) 6.36 m  Birgit Grimm (GDR) 6.31 m  Doina Spinu (ROM) 6.30 m
Shot put  Verzhiniya Veselinova (BUL) 17.30 m  Zhivka Dimitrova (BUL) 17.05 m  Karin Kracik (GDR) 16.21 m
Discus throw  Katrin Wenzel (GDR) 55.06 m  Katalin Csőke (HUN) 50.48 m  Tanya Racheva (BUL) 50.46 m
Javelin throw  Leolita Blodniece (URS) 60.62 m  Drahomira Dryeova (TCH) 57.44 m  Vera Portnova (URS) 55.62 m
Pentathlon  Brigitte Holzapfel (FRG) 4450 pts  Andrea Seeger (GDR) 4389 pts  Petra Prenner (AUT) 4363 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 12 8 2 22
2  Soviet Union 8 3 8 19
3  West Germany 4 7 4 15
4  Poland 3 1 2 6
5  France 3 2 1 6
6  United Kingdom 2 2 3 7
7  Bulgaria 1 2 1 4
8  Finland 1 1 0 2
9  Belgium 1 0 2 3
10  Netherlands 1 0 0 1
11  Greece 0 2 0 2
12  Spain 0 1 3 4
13  Austria 0 1 2 3
14=  Czechoslovakia 0 1 1 2
14=  Yugoslavia 0 1 1 2
14=   Switzerland 0 1 1 2
14=  Hungary 0 1 1 2
18=  Denmark 0 1 0 1
18=  Ireland 0 1 0 1
20  Italy 0 0 3 3
21=  Romania 0 0 1 1
21=  Sweden 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

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