2004 European Cup (athletics)

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2004 SPAR European Cup.

The 2004 Spar European Cup took place on 19 and 20 June 2004 at the Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium in Bydgoszcz, Poland. This was the 25th European Cup and the first time the event has been hosted in Poland.

Events[edit]

League Group Venue Men Winner Women Winner
Super League Poland Bydgoszcz  Germany  Russia
1st A Bulgaria Plovdiv  Czech Republic  Romania
B Turkey Istanbul  Spain  Italy
2nd A Iceland Reykjavík  Estonia  Ireland
B Serbia and Montenegro Novi Sad  Serbia and Montenegro  Croatia

Final standings[edit]

Men
Pos. Team Points
1  Germany 107.5
2  France 105
3  Poland 104
4  Great Britain 102.5
5  Russia 99
6  Italy 72
7  Sweden 67
8  Netherlands 62
Women
Pos. Team Points
1  Russia 142
2  Ukraine 97
3  France 92.5
4  Germany 92
5  Poland 86.5
6  Greece 79
7  Spain 66
8  Great Britain 63

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: -3.2 m/s)
Lukasz Chyla
 Poland
10.42 Ronald Pognon
 France
10.43 Ronny Ostwald
 Germany
10.49
200 m
(Wind: 0.0 m/s)
Christian Malcolm
 Great Britain
20.56 Johan Wissman
 Sweden
20.61 Marco Torrieri
 Italy
20.62
400 m Tim Benjamin
 Great Britain
45.37 Ingo Schultz
 Germany
45.50 Leslie Djhone
 France
45.73
800 m Florent Lacasse
 France
1:45.19 René Herms
 Germany
1:45.27 Arnoud Okken
 Netherlands
1:45.64
1500 m Mehdi Baala
 France
3:49.13 Michael East
 Great Britain
3:49.53 Yuriy Borzakovskiy
 Russia
3:50.99
3000 m Wolfram Müller
 Germany
8:04.37 Gert-Jan Liefers
 Netherlands
8:04.41 Vyacheslav Shabunin
 Russia
8:05.92
5000 m John Mayock
 Great Britain
14:44.71 Sergey Ivanov
 Russia
14:44.75 Mokhtar Benhari
 France
14:44.78
3000 m steeplechase Bouabdellah Tahri
 France
8:23.40 Jakub Czaja
 Poland
8:25.51 Giuseppe Maffei
 Italy
8:27.53
110 m hurdles Robert Kronberg
 Sweden
13.58 Mike Fenner
 Germany
13.66 Andrea Giaconi
 Italy
13.66
400 m hurdles Chris Rawlinson
 Great Britain
48.59 Naman Keïta
 France
49.04 Boris Gorban
 Russia
49.71
4 x 100 m  Great Britain 38.67  Poland 38.68  Germany 38.76
4 x 400 m  Germany 3:01.78  Russia 3:01.88  Poland 3:02.05
High jump Stefan Holm
 Sweden
2.32 Grzegorz Sposób
 Poland
2.32 Roman Fricke
 Germany
2.27
Pole vault Romain Mesnil
 France
5.75 Patrik Kristiansson
 Sweden
5.70 Lars Börgeling
 Germany
Yevgeniy Mikhailichenko
 Russia
5.65
Long jump Chris Tomlinson
 Great Britain
8.28w Salim Sdiri
 France
8.24 Vitaliy Shkurlatov
 Russia
8.13
Triple jump Christian Olsson
 Sweden
17.30 Danila Burkenya
 Russia
17.28 Phillips Idowu
 Great Britain
17.10w
Shot put Carl Myerscough
 Great Britain
20.85 Rutger Smith
 Netherlands
20.56 Ralf Bartels
 Germany
20.54
Discus throw Michael Möllenbeck
 Germany
64.42 Rutger Smith
 Netherlands
63.68 Carl Myerscough
 Great Britain
61.68
Hammer throw Szymon Ziólkowski
 Poland
77.27 Markus Esser
 Germany
76.97 Nicola Vizzoni
 Italy
76.16
Javelin throw Aleksandr Ivanov
 Russia
82.55 Peter Esenwein
 Germany
82.43 Francesco Pignata
 Italy
76.87

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: -1.9 m/s)
Christine Arron
 France
11.23 Yuliya Tabakova
 Russia
11.39 Glory Alozie
 Spain
11.49
200 m
(Wind: 0.6 m/s)
Muriel Hurtis
 France
22.78 Natalya Antyukh
 Russia
22.83 Anzhela Kravchenko
 Ukraine
23.10
400 m Olga Kotlyarova
 Russia
50.09 Antonina Yefremova
 Ukraine
51.79 Solen Désert
 France
52.09
800 m Olga Raspopova
 Russia
2:00.24 Claudia Gesell
 Germany
2:01.27 Susan Scott
 Great Britain
2:01.35
1500 m Iris María Fuentes-Pila
 Spain
4:08.05 Maria Martins
 France
4:08.12 Yuliya Kosenkova
 Russia
4:08.59
3000 m Gulnara Samitova
 Russia
8:49.48 Lidia Chojecka
 Poland
8:52.60 Zulema Fuentes-Pila
 Spain
8:59.20
5000 m Paula Radcliffe
 Great Britain
14:29.11
CR, NR
Liliya Shobukhova
 Russia
14:52.19 Sabrina Mockenhaupt
 Germany
15:23.50
3000 m steeplechase Élodie Olivarès
 France
9:41.81 Lyubov Ivanova
 Russia
9:44.95 Rosa María Morató
 Spain
9:51.08
100 m hurdles Yelena Krasovska
 Ukraine
12.78 Irina Shevchenko
 Russia
12.91 Glory Alozie
 Spain
12.95
400 m hurdles Fani Halkia
 Greece
54.16 Yekaterina Bikert
 Russia
54.60 Malgorzata Pskit
 Poland
55.68
4 x 100 m  France 42.41  Russia 42.93  Ukraine 43.43
4 x 400 m  Russia 3:26.04  Ukraine 3:26.28  Greece
Olga Kaidantzi
Hrisoula Goudenoudi
Hariklia Bouda
Fani Halkia
3:26.33
NR
High jump Yelena Slesarenko
 Russia
2.04
CR
Irina Mikhalchenko
 Ukraine
1.92 Ariane Friedrich
 Germany
1.92
Pole vault Anzhela Balakhonova
 Ukraine
4.50 Monika Pyrek
 Poland
4.40 Tatyana Polnova
 Russia
4.30
Long jump Irina Simagina
 Russia
6.91 Kelly Sotherton
 Great Britain
6.68 Ioanna Kafetzi
 Greece
6.56
Triple jump Anna Pyatykh
 Russia
14.85 Chrysopigi Devetzi
 Greece
14.81w Yelena Govorova
 Ukraine
14.78
Shot put Olga Ryabinkina
 Russia
18.92 Kalliopi Ouzouni
 Greece
18.45 Nadine Kleinert
 Germany
18.44
Discus throw Ekaterini Vogoli
 Greece
64.25 Franka Dietzsch
 Germany
61.42 Joanna Wisniewska
 Poland
60.51
Hammer throw Irina Sekachova
 Ukraine
71.91 Olga Kuzenkova
 Russia
70.89 Betty Heidler
 Germany
70.05
Javelin throw Angeliki Tsiolakoudi
 Greece
62.80 Steffi Nerius
 Germany
59.42 Valeriya Zabruskova
 Russia
58.88

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

First League[edit]

Group A[edit]

First League Group A
19th-20th June 2004 Bulgaria Plovdiv
Men
Pos. Team Points
1  Czech Republic 109
2  Ukraine 107
3  Romania 103.5
4  Belgium 100
5  Greece 96
6  Belarus 80.5
7  Croatia 75
8  Bulgaria 46
Women
Pos. Team Points
1  Romania 130
2  Bulgaria 122
3  Belarus 104
4  Czech Republic 94
5  Sweden 90
6  Belgium 81
7  Estonia 48
8  Latvia 45

Group B[edit]

First League Group B
19th-20th June 2004 Turkey Istanbul
Men
Pos. Team Points
1  Spain 129
2  Finland 103
3  Hungary 95.5
4  Slovenia 94
5  Portugal 82
6   Switzerland 80.5
7  Norway 67.5
8  Austria 63.5
Women
Pos. Team Points
1  Italy 126.5
2  Finland 104
3  Hungary 101
4  Portugal 88
5  Netherlands 82
6  Slovenia 79
7   Switzerland 77
8  Turkey 62.5

Second League[edit]

Group A[edit]

Second League Group A
19th-20th June 2004 Iceland Reykjavík
Men
Pos. Team Points
1  Estonia 126.5
2  Ireland 121
3  Denmark 104
4  Cyprus 94
5  Iceland 80
6  Luxembourg 67.5
7  Lithuania 58
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Women
Pos. Team Points
1  Ireland 118
2  Norway 109.5
3  Austria 103
4  Denmark 98
5  Cyprus 92.5
6  Lithuania 76
7  Iceland 70
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Group B[edit]

Second League Group B
19th-20th June 2004 Serbia and Montenegro Novi Sad
Men
Pos. Team Points
1  Serbia and Montenegro 193.5
2  Slovakia 183.5
3  Latvia 172.5
4  Israel 164
5  Turkey 164
6  Moldova 143
7  Bosnia and Herzegovina 113
8  Azerbaijan 110
9  Armenia 84.5
10  Albania 82.5
11  Georgia 80
12  Macedonia 44.5
Women
Pos. Team Points
1  Croatia 182
2  Serbia and Montenegro 182
3  Slovakia 178
4  Israel 150.5
5  Moldova 134
6  Bosnia and Herzegovina 105
7  Georgia 100
8  Albania 85
9  Armenia 76
10  Macedonia 51.5
11  Azerbaijan 45

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