1981 European Cup (athletics)

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The 1981 European Cup was the 8th edition of the European Cup of athletics.[1]

The Super League Finals were held in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

Overall[edit]

Men
Pos. Nation Points
1  East Germany 128
2  Soviet Union 124,5
3  Great Britain 106,5
4  West Germany 97
5  Italy 75
6  Poland 74
7  France 71
8  Yugoslavia 41
Women
Pos. Nation Points
1  East Germany 108,5
2  Soviet Union 97
3  West Germany 74
 Great Britain 74
5  Bulgaria 72
6  Poland 53,5
7  Hungary 41
8  Yugoslavia 20

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: -0.9 m/s)
Allan Wells
 Great Britain
10.17 Frank Emmelmann
 East Germany
10.21 Hermann Panzo
 France
10.29
200 m
(Wind: 0.3 m/s)
Frank Emmelmann
 East Germany
20.33
CR
Allan Wells
 Great Britain
20.35 Patrick Barré
 France
20.60
400 m Hartmut Weber
 West Germany
45.32 Mauro Zuliani
 Italy
45.35 Andreas Knebel
 East Germany
45.76
800 m Sebastian Coe
 Great Britain
1:47.03 Willi Wülbeck
 West Germany
1:47.72 Olaf Beyer
 East Germany
1:47.73
1500 m Olaf Beyer
 East Germany
3:43.52 Nikolay Kirov
 Soviet Union
3:43.68 Steve Cram
 Great Britain
3:43.72
5000 m Dave Moorcroft
 Great Britain
13:43.18 Valeriy Abramov
 Soviet Union
13:43.69 Hansjörg Kunze
 East Germany
13:43.72
10,000 m Werner Schildhauer
 East Germany
28:45.89 Julian Goater
 Great Britain
28:55.04 Karl Fleschen
 West Germany
28:57.74
3000 m steeplechase Mariano Scartezzini
 Italy
8:13.32
CR
Boguslaw Maminski
 Poland
8:17.23 Patriz Ilg
 West Germany
8:21.13
110 m hurdles Mark Holtom
 Great Britain
13.79 Andreas Schlisske
 East Germany
13.85 Romuald Giegiel
 Poland
13.88
400 m hurdles Volker Beck
 East Germany
48.94 Harald Schmid
 West Germany
49.12 Dmitriy Shkarupin
 Soviet Union
49.71
4 × 100 m  Poland
Krzysztof Zwoliński
Zenon Licznerski
Leszek Dunecki
Marian Woronin
38.66  Soviet Union
Andrey Shlyapnikov
Nikolay Sidorov
Aleksandr Aksinin
Vladimir Muravyov
38.80  France
Philippe Le Joncour
Bernard Petibois
Antoine Richard
Hermann Panzo
38.83
4 × 400 m  Italy
Stefano Malinverni
Alfonso Di Guida
Roberto Ribot
Mauro Zuliani
3:01.42  Soviet Union
Pavel Roshchin
Vitaliy Fedotov
Viktor Burakov
Viktor Markin
3:01.69  Great Britain
Roy Dickens
Harry Cook
Steve Scout
David Jenkins
3:02.93
High jump Valeriy Sereda
 Soviet Union
2.30 Gerd Nagel
 West Germany
2.28 Massimo Di Giorgio
 Italy
2.26
Pole vault Jean-Michel Bellot
 France
Konstantin Volkov
 Soviet Union
5.40 Keith Stock
 Great Britain
5.30
Long jump Uwe Lange
 East Germany
7.98 Shamil Abbyasov
 Soviet Union
7.93 Joachim Busse
 West Germany
7.82w
Triple jump Jaak Uudmäe
 Soviet Union
16.97 Aston Moore
 Great Britain
16.86 Miloš Srejović
 Yugoslavia
16.54
Shot put Udo Beyer
 East Germany
21.41 Yevgeniy Mironov
 Soviet Union
20.33 Ralf Reichenbach
 West Germany
19.70
Discus throw Armin Lemme
 East Germany
64.06 Dmitriy Kovtsun
 Soviet Union
59.60 Alwin Wagner
 West Germany
59.16
Hammer throw Yuriy Sedykh
 Soviet Union
77.68 Karl-Hans Riehm
 West Germany
75.86 Roland Steuk
 East Germany
73.34
Javelin throw Detlef Michel
 East Germany
90.86
CR
Dainis Kûla
 Soviet Union
88.40 Michal Waclawik
 Poland
88.26
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: -1.0 m/s)
Marlies Göhr
 East Germany
11.17 Kathy Smallwood
 Great Britain
11.27 Olga Zolotaryova
 Soviet Union
11.36
200 m
(Wind: -1.6 m/s)
Bärbel Wöckel
 East Germany
22.19 Kathy Smallwood
 Great Britain
22.65 Natalya Bochina
 Soviet Union
23.08
400 m Marita Koch
 East Germany
49.43 Gaby Bussmann
 West Germany
50.83 Irina Nazarova
 Soviet Union
51.31
800 m Martina Steuk
 East Germany
1:57.16 Lyudmila Veselkova
 Soviet Union
1:57.25 Jolanta Januchta
 Poland
1:58.50
1500 m Tamara Sorokina
 Soviet Union
4:01.37
CR
Ulrike Bruns
 East Germany
4:02.21 Anna Bukis
 Poland
4:04.38
3000 m Angelika Zauber
 East Germany
8:49.61
CR
Yelena Sipatova
 Soviet Union
8:49.99 Paula Fudge
 Great Britain
8:54.59
100 m hurdles Tatyana Anisimova
 Soviet Union
12.91 Kerstin Knabe
 East Germany
13.08 Lucyna Langer
 Poland
13.20
400 m hurdles Ellen Neumann
 East Germany
54.90 Ana Kasteckaja
 Soviet Union
56.34 Genowefa Blaszak
 Poland
57.21
4 × 100 m  East Germany
Annelies Walter
Bärbel Wöckel
Gesine Walther
Marlies Göhr
42.53  Great Britain
Wendy Hoyte
Kathy Smallwood
Beverley Goddard
Shirley Thomas
43.03  Soviet Union
Olga Zolotaryova
Olga Nasonova
Lyudmila Kondratyeva
Natalya Bochina
43.26
4 × 400 m  East Germany
Dagmar Rübsam
Martina Steuk
Bärbel Wöckel
Marita Koch
3:19.83  Soviet Union
Nadezhda Lyalina
Tatyana Litvinova
Irina Baskakova
Irina Nazarova
3:24.85  Great Britain
Linda Forsyth
Michelle Scutt
Verona Elder
Joslyn Hoyte-Smith
3:27.27
High jump Ulrike Meyfarth
 East Germany
1.94 Lyudmila Zhecheva
 Bulgaria
1.92 Yelena Popkova
 Soviet Union
1.86
Long jump Sigrid Ulbricht
 East Germany
6.86 Anna Wlodarczyk
 Poland
6.66 Tatyana Kolpakova
 Soviet Union
6.59
Shot put Ilona Slupianek
 East Germany
21.12 Verzhinia Veselinova
 Bulgaria
20.77 Galina Isayeva
 Soviet Union
18.15
Discus throw Maria Petkova
 Bulgaria
69.08 Galina Savinkova
 Soviet Union
68.46 Evelin Jahl
 East Germany
67.32
Javelin throw Antoaneta Todorova
 Bulgaria
71.88
WR, CR
Tessa Sanderson
 Great Britain
65.94 Ingrid Thyssen
 West Germany
63.86
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The SPAR European Cup: Memories of Europe's premier team athletics event". european-athletics.org. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 3 November 2012. 

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