1971 European Athletics Championships – Women's high jump

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The women's high jump at the 1971 European Athletics Championships was held in Helsinki, Finland, at Helsinki Olympic Stadium on 11 and 12 August 1971.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Ilona Gusenbauer
 Austria
Silver Cornelia Popescu
 Romania
Silver Barbara Inkpen
 Great Britain

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

12 August

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) Ilona Gusenbauer  Austria 1.87 CR
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Cornelia Popescu  Romania 1.85
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Barbara Inkpen  Great Britain 1.85 NR
4 Rita Schmidt  East Germany 1.83
5 Miroslava Hübnerová  Czechoslovakia 1.83
6 Renate Gärtner  West Germany 1.81
7 Milada Karbanová  Czechoslovakia 1.78
8 Snežana Hrepevnik  Yugoslavia 1.78
9 Sara Simeoni  Italy 1.78 NR
10 Karen Mack  West Germany 1.78
11 Kari Hedenstad  Norway 1.75
12 Danuta Konowska  Poland 1.75
13 Valentina Chulkova  Soviet Union 1.75
14 Solveig Langkilde  Denmark 1.75
15 Antonina Lazareva  Soviet Union 1.75
16 Magdolna Komka  Hungary 1.75
16 Breda Babošek  Yugoslavia 1.75
18 Grith Ejstrup  Denmark 1.70
18 Alena Prosková  Czechoslovakia 1.70
18 Vera Gavrilova  Soviet Union 1.70
21 Annemieke Bouma  Netherlands 1.70
21 Gloria Garrido  France 1.70
23 Linda Hedmark  Sweden 1.70
24 Beatrix Rechner  Switzerland 1.70
25 Doris Bisang  Switzerland 1.70
26 Marjan Ackermans  Netherlands 1.65
27 Roswitha Emonts-Gast  Belgium 1.60

Qualification[edit]

11 August

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
Miroslava Hübnerová  Czechoslovakia 1.73 Q
Solveig Langkilde  Denmark 1.73 Q
Vera Gavrilova  Soviet Union 1.73 Q
Breda Babošek  Yugoslavia 1.73 Q
Rita Schmidt  East Germany 1.73 Q
Grith Ejstrup  Denmark 1.73 Q
Marjan Ackermans  Netherlands 1.73 Q
Valentina Chulkova  Soviet Union 1.73 Q
Barbara Inkpen  Great Britain 1.73 Q
Danuta Konowska  Poland 1.73 Q
Magdolna Komka  Hungary 1.73 Q
Gloria Garrido  France 1.73 Q
Beatrix Rechner  Switzerland 1.73 Q
Karen Mack  West Germany 1.73 Q
Linda Hedmark  Sweden 1.73 Q
Annemieke Bouma  Netherlands 1.73 Q
Renate Gärtner  West Germany 1.73 Q
Kari Hedenstad  Norway 1.73 Q
Antonina Lazareva  Soviet Union 1.73 Q
Milada Karbanová  Czechoslovakia 1.73 Q
Sara Simeoni  Italy 1.73 Q
Roswitha Emonts-Gast  Belgium 1.73 Q
Ilona Gusenbauer  Austria 1.73 Q
Snežana Hrepevnik  Yugoslavia 1.73 Q
Alena Prosková  Czechoslovakia 1.73 Q
Cornelia Popescu  Romania 1.73 Q
Doris Bisang  Switzerland 1.73 Q
Marie-Christine Debourse  France 1.71
Erika Rudolf  Hungary 1.71
Vanja Paleka  Yugoslavia 1.68
Ulrike Meyfarth  West Germany 1.68
Ruth Watt  Great Britain 1.68
Florence Picaut  France 1.65
Silvia Massenz  Italy 1.65
Isabella Pigato  Italy 1.55

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 35 athletes from 18 countries participated in the event.

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 412–420, retrieved 13 August 2014