1980 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1980 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Host citySindelfingen
West Germany West Germany
Date(s)1–2 March 1980
Main stadiumGlaspalast
Participation234 athletes from
26 nations
Events19

The 11th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Sindelfingen, a city in West Germany, on 1 and 2 March 1980. The championships were boycotted by East Germany. The middle-distance races were hand-timed.

The host nation topped the medal table with 12 medals, including 5 golds, followed closely by Poland and the Soviet Union.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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 Marian Woronin (POL) 6.62  Christian Haas (FRG) 6.62  Aleksandr Aksinin (URS) 6.63
400 metres
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 Nikolay Chernetskiy (URS) 46.29  Karel Kolář (TCH) 46.55  Remigijus Valiulis (URS) 46.75
800 metres
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 Roger Milhau (FRA) 1:50.2a  András Paróczai (HUN) 1:50.3a  Herbert Wursthorn (FRG) 1:50.4a
1500 metres
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 Thomas Wessinghage (FRG) 3:37.6a CR  Ray Flynn (IRL) 3:38.5a  Pierre Délèze (SUI) 3:38.9a
3000 metres
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 Karl Fleschen (FRG) 7:57.5a  Klaas Lok (NED) 7:57.9a  Hans-Jürgen Orthmann (FRG) 7:59.9a
60 metres hurdles
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 Yuriy Chervanyov (URS) 7.54 CR  Romuald Giegiel (POL) 7.73  Javier Moracho (ESP) 7.75
High jump
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 Dietmar Mögenburg (FRG) 2.31  Jacek Wszoła (POL) 2.29  Adrian Proteasa (ROM) 2.29
Pole vault
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 Konstantin Volkov (URS) 5.60 CR  Vladimir Polyakov (URS) 5.60  Patrick Abada (FRA) 5.55
Long jump
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 Winfried Klepsch (FRG) 7.98  Nenad Stekić (YUG) 7.91  Stanisław Jaskułka (POL) 7.85
Triple jump
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 Béla Bakosi (HUN) 16.86  Jaak Uudmäe (URS) 16.51  Gennadiy Kovtunov (URS) 16.45
Shot put
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 Zlatan Saracevic (YUG) 20.43  Jaromír Vlk (TCH) 20.19  Ivan Ivančić (YUG) 19.48

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
 Sofka Popova (BUL) 7.11  Linda Haglund (SWE) 7.14  Lyudmila Kondratyeva (URS) 7.15
400 metres
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 Elke Decker (FRG) 52.28  Karoline Käfer (AUT) 52.70  Tatyana Goyshchik (URS) 52.71
800 metres
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 Jolanta Januchta (POL) 2:00.6a CR  Anne-Marie Van Nuffel (BEL) 2:00.9a  Liz Barnes (GBR) 2:01.5a
1500 metres
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 Tamara Koba (URS) 4:12.5a  Anna Bukis (POL) 4:13.1a  Mary Purcell (IRL) 4:14.2a
60 metres hurdles
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 Zofia Bielczyk (POL) 7.77 WR  Grażyna Rabsztyn (POL) 7.89  Natalya Lebedeva (URS) 8.04
High jump
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 Sara Simeoni (ITA) 1.95 CR  Andrea Mátay (HUN) 1.93  Urszula Kielan (POL) 1.93
Long jump
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 Anna Włodarczyk (POL) 6.74 CR  Anke Weigt (FRG) 6.68  Sabine Everts (FRG) 6.54
Shot put
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 Helena Fibingerová (TCH) 19.92  Eva Wilms (FRG) 19.66  Beatrix Philipp (FRG) 17.59

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 West Germany (FRG)53412
2 Poland (POL)44210
3 Soviet Union (URS)42612
4 Czechoslovakia (TCH)1203
 Hungary (HUN)1203
6 Yugoslavia (YUG)1113
7 France (FRA)1012
8 Bulgaria (BUL)1001
 Italy (ITA)1001
10 Ireland (IRL)0112
11 Austria (AUT)0101
 Belgium (BEL)0101
 Netherlands (NED)0101
 Sweden (SWE)0101
15 Great Britain (GBR)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (18 nations)19191957


Participating nations[edit]

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