2005 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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|2005 European Athletics Indoor Championships|
|Host city||Madrid, Spain|
|Date(s)||4 – 6 March|
|Main stadium||Palacio de Deportes|
|Participation||563 athletes from
- Note: Britain's Mark Lewis-Francis, second in men's 60 m (6.59), was later disqualified for doping offence (tetrahydrocannabinol).
- (*) 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.
The host country is highlighted in lavender blue