1964 European Junior Games

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The host stadium in Warsaw

The 1964 European Junior Games was the first edition of what would become the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was an unofficial competition without sanction from the European Athletic Association. The event was held at the 10th-Anniversary Stadium in Warsaw, Poland, between 18 and 20 September. The success of the competition eventually led to the creation of the official European Athletics Junior Championships in 1970.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Zhivko Traykov (BUL) 10.6  Aleksandr Lebedev (URS) 10.8  Tadeusz Cuch (POL) 10.8
200 m  Gérard Fenouil (FRA) 21.6  Tadeusz Jaworski (POL) 21.9  István Batori (HUN) 21.9
400 m  Ingo Röper (FRG) 48.9  Stanisław Grędziński (POL) 48.9  Nikolay Shkarnikov (URS) 49.0
800 m  Franz-Josef Kemper (FRG) 1:51.9  Oleg Rayko (URS) 1:53.2  Jean-Pierre Dufresne (FRA) 1:55.1
1500 m  Jürgen Haase (GDR) 3:52.4  Oleg Rayko (URS) 3:52.7  Ulf Högberg (SWE) 3:53.6
3000 m  Jürgen Haase (GDR) 8:25.4  Jörg Blümer (GDR) 8:31.6  Ivan Pavličević (YUG) 8:32.2
110 metres hurdles  Boris Pishchulin (URS) 14.5  Włodzimierz Martinek (POL) 15.0  Jean-Pierre Morelatto (FRA) 15.0
400 metres hurdles  Włodzimierz Martinek (POL) 51.9  Stanisław Grędziński (POL) 52.3  Werner Schiedewitz (GDR) 53.8
1500 m steeplechase  Anders Gärderud (SWE) 4:08.0  Francesco Valenti (ITA) 4:13.1  Constantin Perju (ROM) 4:13.2
4×100 m relay  Poland (POL)
Bogusław Pelc
Tadeusz Jaworski
Wojciech Kinowski
Tadeusz Cuch
41.6  Soviet Union (URS)
Aleksandr Lebedev
Valeriy Ryabenko
Zauri Sarkysyan
Vladimir Kosyak
41.8  East Germany (GDR)
Dieter Bartholomey
Bernd Hering
Heiner Malo
Werner Wishöth
42.1
Sprint medley relay  Soviet Union (URS)
Valeriy Ryabenko
Vladimir Kosyak
Zauri Sarkysyan
Nikolay Shkarnikov
1:55.8  Poland (POL)
Tadeusz Cuch
Tadeusz Jaworski
Włodzimierz Martinek
Stanisław Grędziński
1:55.9  Hungary (HUN)
István Batori
László Bodor
Péter Petrovics
László Horváth
1:56.1
High jump  Igor Matveyev (URS) 2.04  Bo Jonsson (SWE) 2.01  Vitaliy Paltsatov (URS) 1.98
Pole vault  John-Erik Blomqvist (SWE) 4.40  Eugeniusz Miklas (POL) 4.35  Valeriy Talalay (URS) 4.30
Long jump  Jan Kobuszewski (POL) 7.48  Viktor Saneyev (URS) 7.42  Wojciech Chwaluczyk (POL) 7.18
Triple jump  Aleksey Borzenko (URS) 15.72  Viktor Saneyev (URS) 15.71  Siegfried Dähne (GDR) 15.37
Shot put  Géza Fejér (HUN) 17.05  Jarosław Grabowski (POL) 15.95  Adriano Buffon (ITA) 15.66
Discus throw  Géza Fejér (HUN) 51.50  Jarosław Grabowski (POL) 50.84  Iosif Naghi (ROM) 50.54
Hammer throw  Gheorghe Costache (ROM) 62.12  Virgil Ţibulschi (ROM) 56.46  Martin Šebesta (TCH) 56.19
Javelin throw
(old model)
 Witold Krupiński (POL) 74.59  Valeriy Popkov (URS) 69.09  Åke Nilsson (SWE) 68.50

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Ewa Kłobukowska (POL) 11.6  Galina Bukharina (URS) 12.0  Angela Höhme (GDR) 12.0
200 m  Irena Kirszenstein (POL) 23.5  Natalya Burda (URS) 24.4  Angela Höhme (GDR) 24.8
600 m  Gunilla Olausson (SWE) 1:32.3  Leontina Frunza (ROM) 1:32.6  Inge Ebert (GDR) 1:32.6
80 m hurdles  Elżbieta Bednarek (POL) 11.2  Galina Kostinyuk (URS) 11.3  Gerda Mittenzwei (GDR) 11.3
4×100 m relay  Poland (POL)
Jadwiga Dudek
Irena Woldańska
Elżbieta Bednarek
Irena Kirszenstein
46.6  Soviet Union (URS)
Natalya Burda
Lyudmila Gaponova
Galina Bukharina
Natalya Runova
46.8  East Germany (GDR)
Roswitha Handwerk
Angela Höhme
Gerda Mittenzwei
Irmgard Schneider
47.6
High jump  Rita Gildemeister (GDR) 1.67  Jaroslava Králová (TCH) 1.64  Dagmar Melzer (GDR) 1.61
Long jump  Irena Kirszenstein (POL) 6.19  Dorothee Sander (FRG) 5.83  Maria Zafirova (BUL) 5.78
Shot put  Nadezhda Chizhova (URS) 16.60  Galina Nyagolova (BUL) 13.17  Ani Rudova (BUL) 12.23
Discus throw  Nadezhda Chizhova (URS) 45.86  Gabriele Trepschek (GDR) 45.71  Wanda Harasimiuk (POL) 45.31
Javelin throw
(old model)
 Mihaela Peneș (ROM) 54.54  Valentina Popova (URS) 52.33  Helgard Richter (GDR) 50.27

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Poland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Poland (POL)*98320
2 Soviet Union (URS)612321
3 East Germany (GDR)321015
4 Sweden (SWE)3126
5 Romania (ROU)2226
6 West Germany (FRG)2103
7 Hungary (HUN)2024
8 Bulgaria (BUL)1124
9 France (FRA)1023
10 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0112
 Italy (ITA)0112
12 Yugoslavia (YUG)0011
Totals (12 nations)29292987


References[edit]

  1. ^ European Junior Championships. GBRAthletics. Retrieved on 2013-05-29.