2005 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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2005 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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Host city Madrid, Spain
Date(s) 4 – 6 March
Main stadium Palacio de Deportes
Participation 563 athletes from
41 nations
Events 28

The 28th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held at the Palacio de Deportes in Madrid, the capital city of Spain, from Friday, 4 March to Sunday, 6 March 2005.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
60 m
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United Kingdom Jason Gardener (GBR) 6.55 France Ronald Pognon (FRA) 6.62 Ukraine Kostyantyn Vasyukov (UKR) 6.62
200 m
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Germany Tobias Unger (GER) 20.53 United Kingdom Chris Lambert (GBR) 20.69 Poland Marcin Urbaś (POL) 21.04
400 m
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Republic of Ireland David Gillick (IRL) 46.30 Spain David Canal (ESP) 46.64 Germany Sebastian Gatzka (GER) 46.88
800 m
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Russia Dmitriy Bogdanov (RUS) 1:48.61 Spain Antonio Manuel Reina (ESP) 1:48.76 Spain Juan de Dios Jurado (ESP) 1:49.11
1500 m
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Ukraine Ivan Heshko (UKR) 3:36.70
(CR)
Spain Juan Carlos Higuero (ESP) 3:37.98 Spain Reyes Estévez (ESP) 3:38.90
3000 m
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Republic of Ireland Alistair Cragg (IRL) 7:46.32 United Kingdom John Mayock (GBR) 7:51.46 Spain Reyes Estévez (ESP) 7:51.65
60 m hurdles
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France Ladji Doucouré (FRA) 7.50 Spain Felipe Vivancos (ESP) 7.61 Sweden Robert Kronberg (SWE) 7.65
4 x 400 m relay
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 France
Richard Maunier
Remi Wallard
Brice Panel
Marc Raquil
3:07.90  Great Britain
Dale Garland
Daniel Cossins
Richard Davenport
Gareth Warburton
3:09.53  Russia
Andrey Polukeyev
Aleksandr Usov
Dmitriy Forshev
Aleksandr Broshchenko
3:09.63
High jump
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Sweden Stefan Holm (SWE) 2.40 m
(CR)
Russia Yaroslav Rybakov (RUS) 2.38 m Russia Pavel Fomenko (RUS) 2.32 m
Pole vault
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Russia Igor Pavlov (RUS) 5.90 m
(CR)
Ukraine Denys Yurchenko (UKR) 5.85 m Germany Tim Lobinger (GER) 5.80 m
Long jump
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Spain Joan Lino Martínez (ESP) 8.37 m Romania Bogdan Tarus (ROU) 8.14 m Ukraine Volodymyr Zyuskov (UKR) 7.99 m
Triple jump
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Russia Igor Spasovkhodskiy (RUS) 17.20 m Ukraine Mykola Savolainen (UKR) 17.01 m Russia Aleksandr Petrenko (RUS) 16.98 m
Shot put
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Denmark Joachim Olsen (DEN) 21.19 m Netherlands Rutger Smith (NED) 20.79 m Spain Manuel Martinez (ESP) 20.51 m
Heptathlon
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Czech Republic Roman Šebrle (CZE) 6232 pts Russia Aleksandr Pogorelov (RUS) 6111 pts Austria Roland Schwarzl (AUT) 6064 pts

Women[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
60 m
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 Kim Gevaert (BEL) 7.16  Yeoryia Kokloni (GRE) 7.18  Maria Karastamati (GRE) 7.25
200 m
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 Ivet Lalova (BUL) 22.91
(NR)
 Karin Mayr-Krifka (AUT) 22.94  Jacqueline Poelman (NED) 23.42
400 m
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 Svetlana Pospelova (RUS) 50.41  Sviatlana Usovich (BLR) 50.55  Irina Rosikhina (RUS) 52.05
800 m
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 Larisa Chzhao (RUS) 1:59.97  Mayte Martinez (ESP) 2:00.52  Natalya Tsyganova (RUS) 2:01.62
1500 m
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 Elena Iagăr (ROM) 4:03.09  Corina Dumbravean (ROM) 4:05.88  Hind Dehiba (FRA) 4:07.20
3000 m
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 Lidia Chojecka (POL) 8:43.76  Susanne Pumper (AUT) 8:47.74 (*)  Sabrina Mockenhaupt (GER) 8:47.76
60 m hurdles
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 Susanna Kallur (SWE) 7.80  Jenny Kallur (SWE) 7.99  Kirsten Bolm (GER) 8.00
4 x 400 m
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 Russia
Tatyana Levina
Yuliya Pechonkina
Irina Rosikhina
Svetlana Pospelova
3:28.00
(CR)
 Poland
Anna Pacholak
Monika Bejnar
Marta Chrust-Rożej
Małgorzata Pskit
3:29.37  United Kingdom
Melanie Purkiss
Donna Fraser
Catherine Murphy
Lee McConnell
3:29.81
High jump
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 Anna Chicherova (RUS) 2.01 m  Ruth Beitia (ESP) 1.99 m  Venelina Veneva (BUL) 1.97 m
Pole vault
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 Yelena Isinbayeva (RUS) 4.90 m
(WR)
 Anna Rogowska (POL) 4.75 m  Monika Pyrek (POL) 4.70 m
Long jump
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 Naide Gomes (POR) 6.70 m  Stiliani Pilatou (GRE) 6.64 m  Adina Anton (ROM)
 Bianca Kappler (GER)
6.59 m
6.53 (**)
Triple jump
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 Viktoriya Gurova (RUS) 14.74 m  Magdelin Martinez (ITA) 14.54 m  Carlota Castrejana (ESP) 14.45 m
Shot put
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 Nadzeya Astapchuk (BLR) 19.37 m  Krystyna Zabawska (POL) 18.96 m  Olga Ryabinkina (RUS) 18.83 m
Pentathlon
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 Carolina Klüft (SWE) 4948 pts  Kelly Sotherton (GBR) 4733 pts  Natalya Dobrynska (UKR) 4667 pts
  • Notes:
    • (*) Turkey's Tezeta Desalegn-Dengersa originally won the 3,000 m silver medal in 8:46.65, but was later disqualified for doping offence (metenolone). This was announced on April 6, 2006.
    • (**) Bianca Kappler was awarded joint bronze medal as final jump was incorrectly measured. The jump was misread, putting her in first place, but she pointed out the mistake and was awarded the medal for fair play.

Medal count[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 9 2 6 17
2  Sweden 3 1 1 5
3  France 2 1 1 4
4  Ireland 2 0 0 2
5  Spain 1 6 5 12
6  Great Britain 1 4 1 6
7  Poland 1 3 2 6
8  Ukraine 1 2 3 6
9  Romania 1 2 1 4
10  Belarus 1 1 0 2
11  Germany 1 0 5 6
12  Bulgaria 1 0 1 2
13=  Belgium 1 0 0 1
13=  Czech Republic 1 0 0 1
13=  Denmark 1 0 0 1
13=  Portugal 1 0 0 1
17=  Austria 0 2 1 3
17=  Greece 0 2 1 3
19  Netherlands 0 1 1 2
20  Italy 0 1 0 1

Participating nations[edit]

See also[edit]

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