1995 European Athletics Junior Championships

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The 1995 European Athletics Junior Championships was held in Nyíregyháza, Hungary on July 27–30.

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Dwain Chambers
 Great Britain
10.41 Jamie Henthorn
 Great Britain
10.41 Angelos Pavlakakis
 Greece
10.47
200 m Marlon Devonish
 Great Britain
21.04 Alessio Comparini
 Italy
21.21 Daniel Money
 Great Britain
21.29
400 m Mark Hylton
 Great Britain
45.97 Jacek Bocian
 Poland
46.59 Tsvetomir Marinov
 Bulgaria
46.66
800 m Roberto Parra
 Spain
1:45.90 André Bucher
 Switzerland
1:46.73 Wojciech Kałdowski
 Poland
1:47.67
1500 m Reyes Estevez
 Spain
3:45.74 José Redolat
 Spain
3:46.70 Gert-Jan Liefers
 Netherlands
3:47.17
5000 m Benoit Zwierzchlewski
 France
13:55.75 Juan José Gomez
 Spain
14:15.65 Ivan Perez
 Spain
14:17.83
10,000 m Benoit Zwierzchlewski
 France
29:46.42 Ivan Perez
 Spain
30:06.69 Damiano Polti
 Italy
30:06.91
3000 m steeplechase Antonio Alvarez
 Spain
8:50.75 Christian Knoblich
 Germany
8:50.85 Jerome Cochet
 France
8:52.92
110 m hurdles Sven Pieters
 Belgium
14.06 Robert Kronberg
 Sweden
14.16 Tomasz Scigaczewski
 Poland
14.18
400 m hurdles Daniel Hechler
 Germany
50.42 Marcel Schelbert
 Switzerland
50.44 Matthew Douglas
 Great Britain
51.73
4×100 metres relay  Great Britain
Dwain Chambers
Marlon Devonish
Jamie Henthorn
Daniel Money
39.43  Italy
Aldo Alaimo
Giulio Ibba
Michele Paggi
Alessio Comparini
39.61  Germany
Alexander Kosenkow
Eduard Martin
Anthony Viel
Thorsten Schulz
40.29
4×400 metres relay  Great Britain
Geoff Dearman
Steven McHardy
Tom Lerwill
Mark Hylton
3:07.09  France
Philippe Bouche
Ruddy Zami
Jean-Jacques Letzelter-Ebe
Robert Loubli
3:07.72  Poland
Jacek Bocian
Piotr Haczek
Jacek Lewandowski
Marcin Trelka
3:09.65
10,000 m walk Andreas Erm
 Germany
40:51.38 Paquillo Fernández
 Spain
41:02.34 David Abellan
 Spain
41:57.84
High jump Oskari Frösén
 Finland
2.19 m Martin Buß
 Germany
2.19 m James Brierley
 Great Britain
2.17 m
Pole vault Yevgeniy Smiryagin
 Russia
5.50 m Timo Makkonen
 Finland
5.45 m Nicolas Jolivet
 France
5.40 m
Long jump Roman Shchurenko
 Ukraine
7.78 m Andrey Kislykh
 Russia
7.76 m Dmitriy Mishka
 Ukraine
7.74 m
Triple jump Ronald Servius
 France
16.71 m Dmitriy Vassilyev
 Belarus
16.14 m Pawel Zdrajkowski
 Poland
15.96 m
Shot put Tepa Reinikainen
 Finland
17.20 m René Sack
 Germany
16.89 m Iker Sukia
 Spain
16.74 m
Discus throw Andrzej Krawczyk
 Poland
58.22 m Mike Van Der Bilt
 Netherlands
55.40 m Tolga Koseoglu
 Germany
52.06 m
Hammer throw Szymon Ziółkowski
 Poland
75.42 m Nikolay Avlasevich
 Belarus
68.80 m Vassiliy Shevchenko
 Ukraine
68.64 m
Javelin throw Christian Nicolay
 Germany
76.88 m Harri Haatainen
 Finland
74.28 m Daniel Gustafsson
 Sweden
72.38 m
Decathlon Glenn Lindqvist
 Finland
7363 pts Rick Wassenaar
 Netherlands
7299 pts Jiří Ryba
 Czech Republic
7271 pts

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Frédérique Bangué
 France
11.48 Nora Ivanova
 Bulgaria
11.58 Vyara Georgieva
 Bulgaria
11.59
200 m Nora Ivanova
 Bulgaria
23.44 Fabé Dia
 France
23.68 Sylviane Félix
 France
23.81
400 m Olga Kotlyarova
 Russia
52.03 Andrea Burlacu
 Romania
53.53 Jitka Burianová
 Czech Republic
53.69
800 m Mioara Cosulianu
 Romania
2:04.15 Plamena Aleksandrova
 Bulgaria
2:04.50 Anca Safta
 Romania
2:04.55
1500 m Lidia Chojecka
 Poland
4:17.29 Lavinia Miroiu
 Romania
4:19.11 Jolanda Steblovnik
 Slovenia
4:20.22
3000 m Denisa Costescu
 Romania
9:13.44 Anita Weyermann
 Switzerland
9:15.45 Olivera Jevtic
 Yugoslavia
9:15.61
10,000 m Nadia Singeorzan
 Romania
33:24.94 Olivera Jevtić
 Yugoslavia
33:48.61 Sadica Mihalache
 Romania
34:10.22
100 m hurdles Yelena Ovcharova
 Ukraine
13.09 Natasha Danvers
 Great Britain
13.46 Linda Ferga
 France
13.61
400 m hurdles Ionela Tîrlea
 Romania
56.04 Ulrike Urbansky
 Germany
57.21 Rikke Ronholt
 Denmark
57.71
4×100 metres relay  Germany
Caroline Elmers
Esther Möller
Carmen Bertmaring
Marion Wagner
44.77  Italy
Elena Sordelli
Manuela Grillo
Fabiana Cosolo
Manuela Levorato
45.37  Poland
Magdalena Kamińska
Justyna Dybowska
Anna Głowacka
Aurelia Trywiańska
45.56
4×400 metres relay  France
Sandrine Thiébaud
Cindy Ega
Pierre-Marie Marival
Sylviane Félix
3:32.79  Russia
Marina Kozlova
Irina Mistyukevich
Natalya Misyakova
Olga Kotlyarova
3:36.10  Great Britain
Liz Williams
Joanne Sloane
Allison Curbishley
Louretta Thorne
3:38.23
5000 m walk Sofia Avoila
 Portugal
22:13.23 Olga Panfyorova
 Russia
22:24.95 Jana Weidemann
 Germany
22:30.90
High jump Viktoriya Styopina
 Ukraine
1.91 m  Sweden Kajsa Bergqvist
 Russia Yuliya Lyakhova
1.89 m
Long jump Linda Ferga
 France
6.56 m Cristina Nicolau
 Romania
6.35 m Iliana Ilieva
 Bulgaria
6.25 m
Triple jump Teresa Marinova
 Bulgaria
13.90 m Tatyana Lebedeva
 Russia
13.88 m Melinda Marton
 Romania
13.71 m
Shot put Corrie De Bruin
 Netherlands
17.76 m Yanina Korolchik
 Belarus
16.95 m Olga Ryabinkina
 Russia
16.55 m
Discus throw Corrie De Bruin
 Netherlands
57.46 m Olga Tsander
 Belarus
54.66 m Lieja Koeman
 Netherlands
53.24 m
Javelin throw Taina Uppa
 Finland
60.72 m Miréla Manjani
 Albania
59.36 m Angeliki Tsiolakoudi
 Greece
54.76 m
Heptathlon Annu Montell
 Finland
5546 pts Yelizaveta Shalygina
 Russia
5476 pts Katja Ripatti
 Finland
5394 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 6 2 4 12
2  Great Britain 5 2 4 11
3  Finland 5 2 1 8
4  Germany 4 4 3 11
5  Romania 4 3 3 10
6  Spain 3 4 3 10
7  Poland 3 1 5 9
8  Ukraine 3 0 2 5
9  Russia 2 6 1 9
10  Bulgaria 2 2 3 7
11  Netherlands 2 2 2 6
12=  Belgium 1 0 0 1
12=  Portugal 1 0 0 1
14  Belarus 0 4 0 4
15  Italy 0 3 1 4
16   Switzerland 0 3 0 3
17  Sweden 0 2 1 3
18  Albania 0 1 0 1
19=  Greece 0 0 2 2
19=  Czech Republic 0 0 2 2
21  Yugoslavia 0 1 1 2
22=  Denmark 0 0 1 1
22=  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
Total 41 42 40 123

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