2010 European Athletics Championships – Men's long jump

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Events at the
2010 European
Athletics Championships

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Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men women
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
20 km walk men women
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

The men's long jump at the 2010 European Athletics Championships was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 30 July and 1 August.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Germany Christian Reif
Germany (GER)
Silver France Kafétien Gomis
France (FRA)
Bronze United Kingdom Chris Tomlinson
Great Britain (GBR)

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2010 European Athletics Championships
World record  Mike Powell (USA) 8.95 Tokyo, Japan 30 August 1991
European record  Robert Emmiyan (URS) 8.86 Tsakhkadzor, Soviet Union 22 May 1987
Championship record  Robert Emmiyan (URS) 8.41 Stuttgart, West Germany 29 August 1986
World Leading  Dwight Phillips (USA) 8.46 Monaco 22 July 2010
European Leading  Christian Reif (GER) 8.27 Hengelo, Netherlands 30 May 2010
Broken records during the 2010 European Athletics Championships
Championship record  Christian Reif (GER) 8.47 Barcelona, Spain 1 August 2010
World Leading
European Leading

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
30 July 2010 18:35 Qualification
1 August 2010 20:10 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualification Performance 8.00 (Q) or at least 12 best performers advance to the final

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 B Eusebio Cáceres  Spain 7.73 7.90 8.27 8.27 Q, =EL
2 A Christian Reif  Germany x 7.79 8.27 8.27 Q, =EL
3 B Chris Tomlinson  Great Britain 7.98 8.20 8.20 Q, SB
4 A Louis Tsatoumas  Greece 8.17 8.17 Q
5 B Andrew Howe  Italy 8.15 8.15 Q
6 B Michel Tornéus  Sweden 8.12 8.12 Q, PB
7 B Salim Sdiri  France 8.09 8.09 Q
8 A Luis Felipe Méliz  Spain 7.94 8.06 8.06 Q, =SB
9 A Kafétien Gomis  France x 8.04 8.04 Q
10 A Tommi Evilä  Finland 7.91 7.90 8.01 8.01 Q
11 B Roman Novotný  Czech Republic 7.86 x 8.00 8.00 Q
12 B Petteri Lax  Finland 7.48 7.98 x 7.98 q, SB
13 B Povilas Mykolaitis  Lithuania x 7.85 7.94 7.94 SB
14 B Pavel Shalin  Russia 7.81 7.66 7.94 7.94
15 A Dmitriy Plotnikov  Russia x 7.92 7.37 7.92
16 A Emanuele Formichetti  Italy x 7.91 7.80 7.91
17 A Otto Kilpi  Finland 7.81 7.90 7.78 7.90
18 A Yochai Halevi  Israel x 7.78 7.90 7.90
19 A Gaspar Araújo  Portugal x 7.83 7.87 7.87
20 B Jānis Leitis  Latvia 6.30 7.87 x 7.87 SB
21 A Stefano Tremigliozzi  Italy 7.41 7.80 x 7.80
22 B Oleksandr Soldatkin  Ukraine x 7.66 7.32 7.66
23 A Joan Lino Martínez  Spain 7.62 7.63 x 7.63
24 B Zacharias Arnos  Cyprus x 7.37 7.61 7.61
25 B Arsen Sargsyan  Armenia 7.60 x 7.59 7.60
26 A Thorsteinn Ingvarsson  Iceland 7.44 x 7.59 7.59
27 B Mihaíl Mertzanídis-Despotéris  Greece x x 7.58 7.58
28 A Tõnis Sahk  Estonia 7.46 7.41 7.34 7.46
29 B Sávvas Diakonikólas  Greece x 7.22 7.46 7.46
A Morten Jensen  Denmark x x x NM
A Admir Bregu  Albania x x x NM
B Nikolay Atanasov  Bulgaria x x - NM

Final[edit]

Gomis of France took the silver – his first major international medal.
Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1 Christian Reif  Germany x 7.87 8.47 - - 8.00 8.47 WL, CR, PB
2 Kafétien Gomis  France 8.00 x x x x 8.24 8.24 PB
3 Chris Tomlinson  Great Britain 8.18 7.97 8.05 8.23 8.20 7.57 8.23 SB
4 Salim Sdiri  France 8.20 x x x x 8.12 8.20
5 Andrew Howe  Italy 7.96 8.12 8.00 7.74 8.08 7.97 8.12
6 Louis Tsatoumas  Greece x 8.09 x x 7.66 x 8.09 SB
7 Petteri Lax  Finland 7.96 x x x x x 7.96
8 Eusebio Cáceres  Spain 7.92 x 7.93 - x x 7.93
9 Michel Tornéus  Sweden 7.77 7.92 7.88 7.92
10 Tommi Evilä  Finland 7.56 7.62 7.91 7.91
11 Luis Felipe Méliz  Spain x 7.90 7.90 7.90
12 Roman Novotný  Czech Republic x 7.65 x 7.65

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