1987 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres

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The men's 60 metres event at the 1987 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on 21 February.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Marian Woronin
 Poland
Pierfrancesco Pavoni
 Italy
František Ptáčník
 Czechoslovakia
Antonio Ullo
 Italy

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 from each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 František Ptáčník  Czechoslovakia 6.60 Q
2 3 Valentin Atanasov  Bulgaria 6.61 Q
2 4 Pierfrancesco Pavoni  Italy 6.61 Q
4 2 Marian Woronin  Poland 6.63 Q
5 1 Antonio Ullo  Italy 6.64 Q
5 3 Ronald Desruelles  Belgium 6.64 Q
7 2 Antoine Richard  France 6.66 Q
7 3 Bruno Marie-Rose  France 6.66 q
9 2 Mike McFarlane  Great Britain 6.67 q
10 1 José Javier Arqués  Spain 6.69 Q
10 4 Anri Grigorov  Bulgaria 6.69 q
12 1 Christian Haas  West Germany 6.71 q
13 1 Elliot Bunney  Great Britain 6.72
14 1 Viktor Bryzgin  Soviet Union 6.73
14 2 Attila Kovács  Hungary 6.73
16 3 Andreas Berger  Austria 6.74
17 2 Matthias Schlicht  West Germany 6.77
18 3 Harri Nevavuo  Finland 6.79
19 4 Max Morinière  France 6.81
20 4 Ingo Todt  West Germany 6.81
21 2 Jouni Myllymäki  Finland 6.84
22 3 Tommy Björnquist  Sweden 6.97

Semifinals[edit]

First 3 from each semifinal qualified directly (Q) for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Marian Woronin  Poland 6.52 Q, CR
2 1 František Ptáčník  Czechoslovakia 6.59 Q
2 1 Antonio Ullo  Italy 6.59 Q
2 2 Pierfrancesco Pavoni  Italy 6.59 Q
2 2 Valentin Atanasov  Bulgaria 6.59 Q
6 1 Bruno Marie-Rose  France 6.60
7 2 Antoine Richard  France 6.61 Q
8 1 Mike McFarlane  Great Britain 6.64
8 2 José Javier Arqués  Spain 6.64
10 1 Christian Haas  West Germany 6.66
11 2 Anri Grigorov  Bulgaria 6.67
12 2 Ronald Desruelles  Belgium 6.68

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Marian Woronin  Poland 6.51 CR, NR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Pierfrancesco Pavoni  Italy 6.58
3rd, bronze medalist(s) František Ptáčník  Czechoslovakia 6.61
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Antonio Ullo  Italy 6.61
5 Valentin Atanasov  Bulgaria 6.62
6 Antoine Richard  France 6.63

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results (p. 510)