1982 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1982 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Host city Milan
Italy Italy
Date(s) 6–7 March 1982
Main stadium Palasport di San Siro
Participation 282 athletes from
23 nations
Events 23

The 13th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held at Palasport di San Siro in Milan, a city in Italy, on 6 and 7 March 1982.[1] It was the second time the championships were held in Milan after the 1978 edition.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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 Marian Woronin (POL) 6.61  Valentin Atanasov (BUL) 6.62  Bernard Petitbois (FRA) 6.66
200 metres
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 Erwin Skamrahl (FRG) 21.20 CR  István Nagy (HUN) 21.41  Michele Di Pace (ITA) 21.52
400 metres
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 Pavel Konovalov (URS) 47.04  Sándor Újhelyi (HUN) 47.14  Benjamín González (ESP) 47.41
800 metres
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 Antonio Páez (ESP) 1:48.02  Klaus-Peter Nabein (FRG) 1:48.31  Colomán Trabado (ESP) 1:48.35
1500 metres
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 José Luis González (ESP) 3:38.70  José Manuel Abascal (ESP) 3:38.91  Antti Loikkanen (FIN) 3:39.62
3000 metres
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 Patriz Ilg (FRG) 7:53.50  Alberto Cova (ITA) 7:54.12  Valeriy Abramov (URS) 7:54.46
60 metres hurdles
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 Aleksandr Puchkov (URS) 7.73  Plamen Krastev (BUL) 7.74  Karl-Werner Dönges (FRG) 7.80
5000 metres walk
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 Maurizio Damilano (ITA) 19:19.93  Carlo Mattioli (ITA) 20:06.91  Martin Toporek (AUT) 20:19.47
High jump
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 Dietmar Mögenburg (FRG) 2.34  Janusz Trzepizur (POL) 2.32  Roland Dalhäuser (SUI) 2.32
Pole vault
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 Viktor Spasov (URS) 5.70 =CR  Konstantin Volkov (URS) 5.65  Władysław Kozakiewicz (POL) 5.60
Long jump
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 Henry Lauterbach (GDR) 7.86  Rolf Bernhard (SUI) 7.83  Giovanni Evangelisti (ITA) 7.83
Triple jump
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 Béla Bakosi (HUN) 17.13  Gennadiy Valyukevich (URS) 16.87  Nikolay Musiyenko (URS) 16.82
Shot put
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 Vladimir Milić (YUG) 20.45  Remigius Machura (TCH) 20.07  Jovan Lazarević (YUG) 19.65

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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 Marlies Göhr (GDR) 7.11 =CR  Sofka Popova (BUL) 7.19  Wendy Hoyte (GBR) 7.27
200 metres
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 Gesine Walther (GDR) 22.80 CR  Yelena Kelchevskaya (URS) 23.35  Heidi-Elke Gaugel (FRG) 23.39
400 metres
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 Jarmila Kratochvílová (TCH) 49.59 WR  Dagmar Rübsam (GDR) 51.18  Gaby Bußmann (FRG) 51.57
800 metres
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 Doina Melinte (ROM) 2:00.39 CR  Martina Steuk (GDR) 2:01.07  Jolanta Januchta (POL) 2:01.24
1500 metres
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 Gabriella Dorio (ITA) 4:04.01  Brigitte Kraus (FRG) 4:04.22  Beate Liebich (GDR) 4:06.70
3000 metres
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 Agnese Possamai (ITA) 8:53.77 CR  Maricica Puică (ROM) 8:54.26  Paula Fudge (GBR) 8:56.96
60 metres hurdles
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 Kerstin Knabe (GDR) 7.98  Bettine Gärtz (GDR) 8.00  Yordanka Donkova (BUL) 8.09
High jump
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 Ulrike Meyfarth (FRG) 1.99 CR  Andrea Bienias (GDR) 1.99  Katalin Sterk (HUN) 1.99 NR
Long jump
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 Sabine Everts (FRG) 6.70  Karin Hänel (FRG) 6.54  Valy Ionescu (ROM) 6.52
Shot put
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 Verzhinia Veselinova (BUL) 20.19  Helena Fibingerová (TCH) 19.24  Natalya Lisovskaya (URS) 18.50

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  West Germany 5 3 3 11
2  East Germany 4 4 1 9
3  Soviet Union 3 3 3 9
4  Italy 3 2 2 7
5  Spain 2 1 2 5
6  Bulgaria 1 3 1 5
7  Hungary 1 2 1 4
8  Czechoslovakia 1 2 0 3
9  Poland 1 1 2 4
10  Romania 1 1 1 3
11  Yugoslavia 1 0 1 2
12   Switzerland 0 1 1 2
13  United Kingdom 0 0 2 2
14  Austria 0 0 1 1
 Finland 0 0 1 1
 France 0 0 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

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