1981 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1981 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Allee parc Paul-Mistral - Grenoble.JPG
Host venue
Host cityGrenoble
France France
Date(s)21–22 February 1981
Main stadiumPalais des Sports
Participation255 athletes from
23 nations
Events20

The 12th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Grenoble, a city in France, between 21-22 February 1981. It was the second time the championships were held in the city. The track used for the championships was 180 metres long.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres
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 Marian Woronin (POL) 5.65  Vladimir Muravyov (URS) 5.76  Andrey Shlyapnikov (URS) 5.77
400 metres
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 Andreas Knebel (GDR) 46.52  Martin Weppler (FRG) 46.88  Stefano Malinverni (ITA) 46.96
800 metres
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 Herbert Wursthorn (FRG) 1:47.70  András Paróczai (HUN) 1:47.73  Antonio Páez (ESP) 1:48.31
1500 metres
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 Thomas Wessinghage (FRG) 3:42.64  Uwe Becker (FRG) 3:43.02  Mirosław Żerkowski (POL) 3:44.32
3000 metres
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 Alex Gonzalez (FRA) 7:22.71  Evgeni Ignatov (BUL) No time  Valeriy Abramov (URS) No time
50 metres hurdles
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 Arto Bryggare (FIN) 6.47  Javier Moracho (ESP) 6.48  Guy Drut (FRA) 6.54
5000 metres walk
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 Hartwig Gauder (GDR) 19:08.59 CR  Maurizio Damilano (ITA) 19:13.90  Gérard Lelievre (FRA) 19:55.02
High jump
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 Roland Dalhäuser (SUI) 2.28  Carlo Thränhardt (FRG) 2.25  Dietmar Mögenburg (FRG) 2.25
Pole vault
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 Thierry Vigneron (FRA) 5.70 =WR  Aleksandr Krupskiy (URS) 5.65  Jean-Michel Bellot (FRA) 5.65
Long jump
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 Rolf Bernhard (SUI) 8.01  Antonio Corgos (ESP) 7.97  Shamil Abbyasov (URS) 7.95
Triple jump
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 Shamil Abbyasov (URS) 17.30 WR  Klaus Kübler (FRG) 16.73  Aston Moore (GBR) 16.73
Shot put
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 Reijo Ståhlberg (FIN) 19.88  Luc Viudès (FRA) 19.41  Zlatan Saracevic (YUG) 19.40

1 The race was stopped one lap short (at 2820m) due to an offical's error.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres
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 Sofka Popova (BUL) 6.17  Linda Haglund (SWE) 6.17  Marita Koch (GDR) 6.19
400 metres
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 Jarmila Kratochvílová (TCH) 50.07 CR  Natalya Bochina (URS) 52.32  Verona Elder (GBR) 52.37
800 metres
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 Hildegard Ullrich (GDR) 2:00.94  Svetla Zlateva (BUL) 2:01.37  Nikolina Shtereva (BUL) 2:02.50
1500 metres
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 Agnese Possamai (ITA) 4:07.49  Valentina Ilyinykh (URS) 4:08.17  Lyubov Smolka (URS) 4:08.64
50 metres hurdles
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 Zofia Bielczyk (POL) 6.74 =WR  Maria Kemenchezhi (URS) 6.80  Tatyana Anisimova (URS) 6.81
High jump
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 Sara Simeoni (ITA) 1.97 CR  Elżbieta Krawczuk (POL) 1.94  Urszula Kielan (POL) 1.94
Long jump
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 Karin Hänel (FRG) 6.77 WR  Sigrid Heimann (GDR) 6.66  Jasmin Fischer (FRG) 6.65
Shot put
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 Ilona Slupianek (GDR) 20.77  Helena Fibingerová (TCH) 20.64  Helma Knorscheidt (GDR) 20.12

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 East Germany (GDR)4127
2 West Germany (FRG)3429
3 France (FRA)2136
4 Poland (POL)2125
5 Italy (ITA)2114
6 Finland (FIN)2002
  Switzerland (SUI)2002
8 Soviet Union (URS)15511
9 Bulgaria (BUL)1214
10 Czechoslovakia (TCH)1102
11 Spain (ESP)0213
12 Hungary (HUN)0101
 Sweden (SWE)0101
14 Great Britain (GBR)0022
15 Yugoslavia (YUG)0011
Totals (15 nations)20202060


Participating nations[edit]

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