1982 European Athletics Championships – Men's javelin throw

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Events at the 1982 European
Athletics Championships

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Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10,000 m men
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
20 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

These are the official results of the Men's javelin throw event (old design) at the 1982 European Championships in Athens, Greece. There were a total number of 21 competitors. The final was held on 7 September 1982.[1] The qualification mark was set at 80.00 metres.

Medalists[edit]

Gold East Germany Uwe Hohn
East Germany (GDR)
Silver Soviet Union Heino Puuste
Soviet Union (URS)
Bronze East Germany Detlef Michel
East Germany (GDR)

Schedule[edit]

Qualification Round
Group A Group B
06.09.1982 – 19:45h 06.09.1982 – 19:45h
Final Round
07.09.1982 – 17:30h

Competitors[edit]

  • European list as of September 5, 1982, just before the start of the competition
Rank Athlete Seasons Best Personal Best
1  Detlef Michel (GDR) 94.52 m 92.48 m
2  Heino Puuste (URS) 90.72 m 89.32 m
4  Pentti Sinersaari (FIN) 89.84 m 93.84 m
5  Uwe Hohn (GDR) 89.86 m 86.56 m
6  Dainis Kūla (URS) 88.40 m 92.06 m
7  Arto Härkönen (FIN) 88.14 m 91.04 m
8  Kenth Eldebrink (SWE) 87.96 m 90.00 m
9  Antero Toivonen (FIN) 87.86 m 88.62 m
12  Klaus Tafelmeier (GER) 87.30 m 89.78 m
13  Dariusz Adamus (POL) 87.24 m 87.24 m
17  Jari Keihäs (SWE) 86.60 m 81.10 m
22  Stefan Stoykov (BUL) 85.72 m 86.24 m
27  David Ottley (GBR) 85.36 m 85.52 m

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 1982 European Athletics Championships
World Record  Ferenc Paragi (HUN) 96.72 m April 23, 1980 Hungary Tata, Hungary
Event Record  Jānis Lūsis (URS) 91.52 m September 19, 1969 Greece Athens, Greece

Qualification[edit]

Q = automatic qualification; q = qualified by rank; DNS = did not start; NM = no mark; WR = world record; AR = area record; NR = national record; PB = personal best; SB = season best

Group A[edit]

Rank Athlete Attempts Distance
1 2 3
1  Arto Härkönen (FIN) 71.24 X 86.58 86.58 m
2  Heino Puuste (URS) 74.16 82.76 82.76 m
3  Per Erling Olsen (NOR) X 79.80 82.30 82.30 m
4  Detlef Michel (GDR) 81.66 81.66 m
5  Agostino Ghesini (ITA) 78.38 80.62 80.62 m
6  Dariusz Adamus (POL) 76.08 X X 76.08 m
7  Jan-Olof Damgren (SWE) 73.46 X 73.36 73.46 m
8  Pentti Sinersaari (FIN) 71.66 X X 71.66 m
9  Jörgen Jelström (DEN) 70.84 X 69.30 70.84 m
10  Steve Pearson (GBR) X X 69.56 69.56 m
 Jari Keihäs (SWE) X X X NM

Group B[edit]

Rank Athlete Attempts Distance
1 2 3
1  Dainis Kūla (URS) 84.18 84.18 m
2  Uwe Hohn (GDR) 84.14 84.14 m
3  Kenth Eldebrink (SWE) X 83.76 83.76 m
4  Antero Toivonen (FIN) 82.30 82.30 m
5  David Ottley (GBR) X X 81.24 81.24 m
6  Klaus Tafelmeier (FRG) 77.56 X 81.14 81.14 m
7  Aleksandr Makarov (URS) 79.76 80.74 80.74 m
8  Reidar Lorentzen (NOR) 72.10 80.22 80.22 m
9  Einar Vilhjálmsson (ISL) 68.56 72.26 67.40 72.26 m
 Stefan Stoykov (BUL) X X X NM

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Attempts Distance
1 2 3 4 5 6
1  Uwe Hohn (GDR) X 87.58 83.24 86.60 91.34 X 91.34 m
2  Heino Puuste (URS) 89.56 X X 78.20 84.56 X 89.56 m
3  Detlef Michel (GDR) X 72.72 84.36 81.36 86.46 89.32 89.32 m
4  Dainis Kūla (URS) 85.88 87.84 X X X 84.98 87.84 m
5  Arto Härkönen (FIN) 85.52 83.80 86.76 85.72 84.04 79.84 86.76 m
6  Aleksandr Makarov (URS) 86.08 X X 84.14 X 78.96 86.08 m
7  Antero Toivonen (FIN) 84.34 81.32 X 81.38 X X 84.34 m
8  Agostino Ghesini (ITA) 79.92 81.10 78.06 78.50 X X 81.10 m
9  Reidar Lorentzen (NOR) X 80.40 X 80.40 m
10  Per Erling Olsen (NOR) 76.80 76.50 79.18 79.18 m
11  Kenth Eldebrink (SWE) 74.90 76.76 X 76.76 m
12  David Ottley (GBR) X 74.30 75.06 75.06 m
13  Klaus Tafelmeier (FRG) X X 70.40 70.40 m

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 21 athletes from 12 countries participated in the event.

See also[edit]

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