1997 European Athletics Junior Championships

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The 1997 European Athletics Junior Championships were held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on July 24-27.

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Dwain Chambers
 Great Britain
10.06 Christian Malcolm
 Great Britain
10.24 Frédéric Krantz
 France
10.35
200 m Christian Malcolm
 Great Britain
20.51 Piotr Berestiuk
 Poland
20.91 Mark Findlay
 Great Britain
20.99
400 m David Canal
 Spain
46.04 Periklis Iakovakis
 Greece
46.68 David Naismith
 Great Britain
47.11
800 m Nils Schumann
 Germany
1:51.00 Robert Neryng
 Poland
1:51.45 Roman Oravec
 Czech Republic
1:51.51
1500 m Gert-Jan Liefers
 Netherlands
3:46.91 Benjamin Hetzler
 Germany
3:48.15 Gareth Turnbull
 Ireland
3:48.16
5000 m Bouabdellah Tahri
 France
14:25.71 Ferenc Békési
 Hungary
14:27.87 Juan Carlos Higuero
 Spain
14:31.79
10,000 m Ovidiu Tat
 Romania
29:56.35 Mustafa Mohamed
 Sweden
30:04.33 Jussi Utriainen
 Finland
30:23.02
3000 m steeplechase Günther Weidlinger
 Austria
8:41.54 Roman Usov
 Russia
8:48.47 Antonio Martínez
 Spain
8:56.60
110 m hurdles Tomasz Ścigaczewski
 Poland
13.55 Stanislavs Olijars
 Latvia
13.74 Jan Schindzielorz
 Germany
14.10
400 m hurdles Boris Gorban
 Russia
50.95 Aljoscha Nemitz
 Germany
51.08 Boris Vazovan
 Slovakia
51.26
4×100 metres relay  Great Britain
Uvie Ugono
Mark Findlay
Christian Malcolm
Dwain Chambers
39.62  France
Vincent Caure
Frédéric Krantz
Didier Héry
Dimitri Demoniere
39.89  Germany
Thomas Hüttinger
Tim Studzinski
Thomas Zeimentz
Jirka Zapletal
40.26
4×400 metres relay  Spain
Adrián Fernández
Luis María Flores
Alberto Martínez
David Canal
3:08.18  Greece
Evággelos Moustakidis
Yeóryios Ikonomídis
Ioánnis Lessis
Periklis Iakovakis
3:08.29  Great Britain
Lee Black
Michael Parper
Mark Rowlands
David Naismith
3:08.97
10,000 m walk Andrea Manfredini
 Italy
42:43.75 André Höhne
 Germany
43:00.71 Martin Pupiš
 Slovakia
43:11.53
High jump Hennazdy Maroz
 Belarus
2.20 m Ben Challenger
 Great Britain
2.20 m Aleksey Lesnichiy
 Belarus
2.17 m
Pole vault Lars Börgeling
 Germany
5.40 m Pavel Gerasimov
 Russia
5.30 m Christian Linskey
 Great Britain
5.00 m
Long jump Nathan Morgan
 Great Britain
7.90 m Raúl Fernández
 Spain
7.90 m Yann Domenech
 France
7.87 m
Triple jump Viktor Gushchinskiy
 Russia
16.78 m Ionut Punga
 Romania
16.43 m Eduardo Pérez
 Spain
16.40 m
Shot put Ralf Bartels
 Germany
18.30 m Mikuláš Konopka
 Slovakia
17.63 m Peter Sack
 Germany
17.23 m
Discus throw Emeka Udechuku
 Great Britain
53.90 m Patrick Stang
 Germany
53.02 m Zoltán Kővágó
 Hungary
52.90 m
Hammer throw Maciej Pałyszko
 Poland
74.12 m Sergey Martemyanov
 Belarus
70.62 m Olli-Pekka Karjalainen
 Finland
69.84 m
Javelin throw Adrian Markowski
 Poland
78.42 m Juha Aarnio
 Finland
77.60 m Christian Fusenig
 Germany
75.86 m
Decathlon Chiel Warners
 Netherlands
7664 pts Steffen Munz
 Germany
7258 pts Sebastian Knabe
 Germany
7218 pts

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Johanna Manninen
 Finland
11.39 Agné Visockaité
 Lithuania
11.42 Erica Marchetti
 Italy
11.47
200 m Sabrina Mulrain
 Germany
23.35 Muriel Hurtis
 France
23.36 Johanna Manninen
 Finland
23.43
400 m Kristina Perica
 Croatia
53.07 Alina Râpanu
 Romania
53.10 Cindy Éga
 France
53.17
800 m Anca Safta
 Romania
2:03.47 Aleksandra Deren
 Poland
2:03.70 Miriam Mašeková
 Slovakia
2:06.17
1500 m Natalya Yevdokimova
 Ukraine
4:23.34 Malgorzata Bury
 Poland
4:24.37 Ljiljana Ćulibrk
 Croatia
4:24.75
3000 m Laura Suffa
 Germany
9:13.44 Sonja Stolić
 Yugoslavia
9:15.45 Sandra Levenez
 France
9:15.61
5000 m Katalin Szentgyörgyi
 Hungary
16:38.73 Tatyana Gerasimova
 Russia
16:39.31 Ionela Bungardean
 Romania
16:39.97
100 m hurdles Tatyana Mishakova
 Russia
13.49 Éva Miklós
 Romania
13.81 Hanna Korell
 Finland
13.92
400 m hurdles Florence Delaune
 France
57.91 Thelma Joziasse
 Netherlands
58.65 Medina Tudor
 Romania
58.85
4×100 metres relay  Germany
Anne Reucher
Marion Wagner
Alice Reuss
Sabrina Mulrain
44.24  Great Britain
Rebecca Drummond
Sarah Wilhelmy
Melanie Purkiss
Tatum Nelson
45.55  Poland
Ewa Klarecka
Agnieszka Rysiukiewicz
Monika Giemzo
Anna Pacholak
45.59
4×400 metres relay  France
Katiana Rene
Florence Delaune
Sylvanie Morandais
Cindy Ega
3:33.73  Hungary
Enikö Szabó
Renata Balazsic
Krisztina Doma
Barbara Petráhn
3:34.90  Germany
Kerstin Seitz
Jennifer Vollrath
Doreen Harstick
Claudia Marx
3:34.94
5000 m walk Claudia Iovan
 Romania
21:15.99 Lyudmila Dedekina
 Russia
21:42.21 Lyudmila Yefimkina
 Russia
22:04.11
High jump Linda Horvath
 Austria
1.92 m Marina Kuptsova
 Russia
1.90 m Svetlana Lapina
 Russia
1.90 m
Pole vault Annika Becker
 Germany
4.00 m Vala Flosadóttir
 Iceland
4.00 m Monika Erlach
 Austria
3.95 m
Long jump Aurélie Félix
 France
6.52 m Sandra Stube
 Germany
6.50 m Olivia Wöckinger
 Austria
6.47 m
Triple jump Adelina Gavrilă
 Romania
13.58 m Marija Martinović
 Yugoslavia
13.54 m Diana Nikitina
 Estonia
13.45 m
Shot put Yelena Ivanenko
 Belarus
17.05 m Nadine Banse
 Germany
16.60 m Assunta Legnante
 Italy
16.18 m
Discus throw Lacramioara Ionescu
 Romania
52.54 m Satu Järvenpää
 Finland
51.48 m Philippa Roles
 Great Britain
50.62 m
Hammer throw Kamila Skolimowska
 Poland
59.72 m Sini Pöyry
 Finland
59.42 m Susanne Keil
 Germany
59.22 m
Javelin throw Nikolett Szabó
 Hungary
61.86 m Sarah Walter
 France
57.34 m Bina Ramesh
 France
55.78 m
Heptathlon Saskia Meijer
 Netherlands
5882 pts Yelena Chernyavskaya
 Russia
5827 pts Sonja Kesselschläger
 Germany
5753 pts

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 7 7 8 22
2  United Kingdom 5 3 5 13
3  Romania 5 3 2 10
4  Poland 4 4 1 9
5  France 4 3 5 12
6  Russia 3 6 2 11
7  Netherlands 3 1 0 4
8  Hungary 2 2 1 5
9  Spain 2 1 3 6
10  Belarus 2 1 1 4
11  Austria 2 0 2 4
12  Finland 1 3 4 8
13  Italy 1 0 2 3
14  Croatia 1 0 1 2
15  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
16  Greece 0 2 0 2
16=  Yugoslavia 0 2 0 2
18  Slovakia 0 1 3 4
19=  Lithuania 0 1 0 1
19=  Latvia 0 1 0 1
19=  Iceland 0 1 0 1
19=  Sweden 0 1 0 1
23=  Estonia 0 0 1 1
23=  Ireland 0 0 1 1
23=  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
Total 43 43 43 129

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