2006 European Athletics Championships – Men's 200 metres

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Events at the
2006 European
Athletics Championships

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steeplechase
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The men's 200 metres at the 2006 European Athletics Championships were held at the Ullevi on August 9 and August 10. Obikwelu completed the sprinters' double, leading comfortably out of the last curve and continuing all the way to the finish. Wissman took silver in a time level with the national record. Devonish faded in the end and just managed to hold on to third in front of Belgian Kristof Beyens..

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Francis Obikwelu
 Portugal
Johan Wissman
 Sweden
Marlon Devonish
 United Kingdom

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
August 9, 2006 11:10 Round 1
August 9, 2006 19:35 Round 2
August 10, 2006 19:15 Semifinals
August 10, 2006 20:45 Final

Results[edit]

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best

Round 1[edit]

Qualification: First 4 in each heat (Q) and the next 8 fastest (q) advance to the Round 2.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Marlon Devonish  United Kingdom 20.53 Q, SB
2 1 David Alerte  France 20.58 Q
3 1 Kristof Beyens  Belgium 20.61 Q, SB
4 4 Anastasios Gousis  Greece 20.64 Q
5 6 Johan Wissman  Sweden 20.66 Q
6 2 Sebastian Ernst  Germany 20.67 Q, SB
7 2 Eddy De Lépine  France 20.70 Q, SB
8 3 Ivan Teplykh  Russia 20.71 Q, PB
9 5 Francis Obikwelu  Portugal 20.78 Q
10 3 Yordan Ilinov  Bulgaria 20.80 Q
11 4 Paul Hession  Ireland 20.81 Q
12 4 Alessandro Cavallaro  Italy 20.82 Q, SB
13 2 Paul Brizzel  Ireland 20.84 Q, SB
14 1 Ruslan Abbasov  Azerbaijan 20.86 Q, NR
15 2 Marcin Urbaś  Poland 20.87 q
16 6 Matic Osovnikar  Slovenia 20.90 Q
17 6 Daniel Schnelting  Germany 20.90 Q, SB
18 6 Jiří Vojtík  Czech Republic 20.91 Q
19 5 Roman Smirnov  Russia 20.92 Q
20 5 Guus Hoogmoed  Netherlands 20.93 Q
20 6 Daniel Abenzoar-Foulé  Luxembourg 20.93 q
22 1 Morten Jensen  Denmark 20.94 Q
23 4 Caimin Douglas  Netherlands 20.97 Q
24 1 Panagiotis Sarris  Greece 20.99 q
25 2 Dmytro Hlushchenko  Ukraine 21.00 q
26 3 Rikki Fifton  United Kingdom 21.02 Q
27 5 Tim Abeyie  United Kingdom 21.03 Q
28 3 Stefano Anceschi  Italy 21.04 Q
29 3 Patrick van Luijk  Netherlands 21.05 q
30 4 Marc Schneeberger   Switzerland 21.06 q
31 4 Vojtech Šulc  Czech Republic 21.07 q
32 5 Josué Mena  Spain 21.09 q
33 6 Florin Suciu  Romania 21.10
34 3 Johan Engberg  Sweden 21.12
35 5 Jan Schiller  Czech Republic 21.12
36 1 Koura Kaba Fantoni  Italy 21.14
37 5 Gary Ryan  Ireland 21.14
38 1 Marco Cribari   Switzerland 21.16
39 2 Tommi Hartonen  Finland 21.22
40 6 Josip Šoprek  Croatia 21.55
3 Ronald Pognon  France DNS

Round 2[edit]

Qualification: First 4 in each heat (Q) advance to the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Francis Obikwelu  Portugal 20.58 Q
2 1 Marlon Devonish  United Kingdom 20.67 Q
3 2 David Alerte  France 20.68 Q
3 3 Johan Wissman  Sweden 20.68 Q
3 4 Anastasios Gousis  Greece 20.68 Q
6 2 Kristof Beyens  Belgium 20.70 Q
7 1 Sebastian Ernst  Germany 20.71 Q
8 3 Rikki Fifton  United Kingdom 20.73 Q
9 1 Yordan Ilinov  Bulgaria 20.76 Q
10 1 Guus Hoogmoed  Netherlands 20.76 Q
11 2 Paul Hession  Ireland 20.80 Q
12 3 Ivan Teplykh  Russia 20.82 Q
13 4 Matic Osovnikar  Slovenia 20.85 Q
14 2 Jiří Vojtík  Czech Republic 20.90 Q
15 4 Alessandro Cavallaro  Italy 20.91 Q
16 1 Roman Smirnov  Russia 20.93
17 2 Daniel Abenzoar-Foulé  Luxembourg 20.96
18 2 Ruslan Abbasov  Azerbaijan 20.98
19 3 Eddy De Lépine  France 21.00 Q
20 1 Panagiotis Sarris  Greece 21.04
21 3 Dmytro Hlushchenko  Ukraine 21.07
22 4 Josué Mena  Spain 21.09
23 2 Tim Abeyie  United Kingdom 21.17
24 4 Caimin Douglas  Netherlands 21.18
25 4 Vojtech Šulc  Czech Republic 21.21
26 1 Marcin Urbaś  Poland 21.39
27 3 Patrick van Luijk  Netherlands 21.46
28 3 Morten Jensen  Denmark 21.56
2 Marc Schneeberger   Switzerland DNS
3 Daniel Schnelting  Germany DNS
4 Paul Brizzel  Ireland DNF
1 Stefano Anceschi  Italy DSQ

Semifinals[edit]

First 4 of each Semifinal will be directly qualified (Q) for the Final.

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
1 3 Francis Obikwelu  Portugal 0.208 20.36 Q
2 6 Johan Wissman  Sweden 0.180 20.38 Q, NR
3 7 Eddy De Lépine  France 0.207 20.70 Q, SB
4 5 Anastasios Gousis  Greece 0.163 20.76 Q
5 8 Guus Hoogmoed  Netherlands 0.193 20.80
6 4 Rikki Fifton  United Kingdom 0.154 20.85
7 2 Yordan Ilinov  Bulgaria 0.165 21.00
8 1 Matic Osovnikar  Slovenia 0.201 21.08

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
1 4 Marlon Devonish  United Kingdom 0.146 20.60 Q
2 3 Kristof Beyens  Belgium 0.150 20.62 Q
3 5 David Alerte  France 0.198 20.69 Q
4 1 Ivan Teplykh  Russia 0.154 20.82 Q
5 7 Jiří Vojtík  Czech Republic 0.191 20.83
6 6 Sebastian Ernst  Germany 0.172 21.04
7 2 Paul Hession  Ireland 0.280 21.09
8 8 Alessandro Cavallaro  Italy 0.170 21.19

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 5 Francis Obikwelu  Portugal 0.166 20.01 NR, EL
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Johan Wissman  Sweden 0.178 20.38 =NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Marlon Devonish  United Kingdom 0.149 20.54
4 6 Kristof Beyens  Belgium 0.170 20.57 SB
5 1 Ivan Teplykh  Russia 0.174 20.76
6 7 Eddy De Lépine  France 0.209 20.77
7 2 David Alerte  France 0.193 20.93
8 8 Anastasios Gousis  Greece 0.153 20.94

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