1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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Kelvin Hall, the host venue
Host city Glasgow, Scotland
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Date(s) 3–4 March
Main stadium Kelvin Hall
Participation 370 athletes from
28 nations
Events 25

The 21st European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, on 3 and 4 March 1990. It was the last time that the event had been held annually and not biennially as it is now. It was also the first edition to feature women's triple jump event.

The medal table was topped by the Soviet Union, followed by West and East Germany.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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 Linford Christie (GBR) 6.56  Pierfrancesco Pavoni (ITA) 6.59  Jiří Valík (TCH) 6.63
200 metres
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 Sandro Floris (ITA) 21.01  Nikolay Antonov (BUL) 21.04  Bruno Marie-Rose (FRA) 21.28
400 metres
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 Norbert Dobeleit (FRG) 46.08  Jens Carlowitz (FRG) 46.09  Cayetano Cornet (ESP) 46.01
800 metres
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 Tom McKean (GBR) 1:46.22  Tomás de Teresa (ESP) 1:47.22  Zbigniew Janus (POL) 1:47.37
1500 metres
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 Jens-Peter Herold (GDR) 3:44.39  Fermín Cacho (ESP) 3:44.61  Tony Morrell (GBR) 3:44.83
3000 metres
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 Eric Dubus (FRA) 7:53.94  Jacky Carlier (FRA) 7:54.75  Branko Zorko (YUG) 7:54.77
60 metres hurdles
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 Igors Kazanovs (URS) 7.52  Tony Jarrett (GBR) 7.58  Florian Schwarthoff (FRG) 7.61
5000 metres walk
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 Mikhail Shchennikov (URS) 19:00.62  Giovanni De Benedictis (ITA) 19:02.90  Axel Noack (GDR) 19:08.36
High jump
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 Artur Partyka (POL) 2.33  Arturo Ortiz (ESP) 2.30  Dietmar Mögenburg (FRG)
 Gerd Nagel (FRG)
2.30
Pole vault
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 Rodion Gataullin (URS) 5.80  Grigoriy Yegorov (URS) 5.75  Hermann Fehringer (AUT)
 Thierry Vigneron (FRA)
5.70
Long jump
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 Dietmar Haaf (FRG) 8.11  Emiel Mellaard (NED) 8.08  Robert Emmiyan (URS) 8.06
Triple jump
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 Igor Lapshin (URS) 17.14  Oleg Sakirkin (URS) 16.70  Tord Henriksson (SWE) 16.69
Shot put
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 Klaus Bodenmüller (AUT) 21.03 NR  Ulf Timmermann (GDR) 20.43  Oliver-Sven Buder (GDR) 20.20

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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 Ulrike Sarvari (FRG) 7.10  Laurence Bily (FRA) 7.13  Nelli Fiere-Cooman (NED) 7.14
200 metres
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 Ulrike Sarvari (FRG) 22.96  Natalya Kovtun (URS) 23.01  Galina Malchugina (URS) 23.04
400 metres
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 Marina Shmonina (URS) 51.22  Iolanda Oanta (ROM) 52.22  Judit Forgács (HUN) 53.02
800 metres
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 Lyubov Gurina (URS) 2:01.63  Sabine Zwiener (FRG) 2:02.23  Lorraine Baker (GBR) 2:02.42
1500 metres
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 Doina Melinte (ROM) 4:09.73  Sandra Gasser (SUI) 4:10.13  Violeta Beclea (ROM) 4:10.44
3000 metres
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 Elly van Hulst (NED) 8:57.28  Margareta Keszeg (ROM) 8:57.50  Andrea Hahmann (GDR) 9:00.31
60 metres hurdles
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 Lyudmila Narozhilenko (URS) 7.74  Monique Ewanjé-Épée (FRA) 7.84  Mihaela Pogacian (ROM) 7.99
3000 metres walk
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 Beate Anders (GDR) 11:59.36  Ileana Salvador (ITA) 12:18.84  Annarita Sidoti (ITA) 12:27.94
High jump
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 Heike Redetzky (FRG) 2.00  Britta Vörös (GDR) 1.94  Galina Astafei (ROM) 1.94
Long jump
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 Galina Chistyakova (URS) 6.85  Olena Khlopotnova (URS) 6.74  Helga Radtke (GDR) 6.66
Triple jump
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 Galina Chistyakova (URS) 14.14  Helga Radtke (GDR) 13.63  Ana Isabel Oliveira (POR) 13.44
Shot put
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 Claudia Losch (FRG) 20.64  Natalya Lisovskaya (URS) 20.35  Grit Hammer (GDR) 19.34

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 9 5 2 16
2  West Germany 5 2 3 10
3  East Germany 2 3 5 10
4  France 2 3 2 7
5  United Kingdom 2 1 2 5
6  Italy 1 3 1 5
7  Romania 1 2 3 6
8  Netherlands 1 1 1 3
9  Austria 1 0 1 2
 Poland 1 0 1 2
11  Spain 0 2 1 3
12  Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
14  Czechoslovakia 0 0 1 1
 Hungary 0 0 1 1
 Portugal 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

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