2006 European Cup (athletics)

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The 2006 Spar European Cup (the 27th) took place in Málaga, Spain and attracted over 2000 athletes from 49 countries. The mascot for the 2006 games was "Manolito" the Octopus, it was chosen from the drawings submitted in a contest aimed at Andalusian schoolchildren, the winner was Eva Simancas Rubio, aged 11 from ‘Julio Caro Baroja’.

Stadium[edit]

The Athletics Stadium Ciudad de Málaga is located in the city's western area, and is easily accessible by road, not far from the airport and in front of the 'José María Martín Carpena' Sports Hall. It also has 9 lanes on the track which allows a 9th team to be able to compete.

Overall[edit]

Men[edit]

  1. France 118
  2. Russia 116
  3. Great Britain and Northern Ireland 109
  4. Poland 107
  5. Ukraine 103
  6. Spain 99.5
  7. Italy 93
  8. Germany 86.5
  9. Finland 65
  • Finland, Italy & Spain relegated, Germany saved because they are hosting the 2007 competition.
  • Belgium & Greece both promoted to the Superleague for 2007 from League 1.

Women[edit]

  1. Russia 155
  2. Poland 115.5
  3. Ukraine 99
  4. France 98
  5. Germany 93
  6. Spain 90
  7. Great Britain and Northern Ireland 85
  8. Sweden 81
  9. Romania 76.5
  • Great Britain & NI, Sweden & Romania all relegated to League 1.
  • Belarus & Greece, both promoted from League 1 for the 2007 cup.

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: 2.6 m/s)
Ronald Pognon
 France
10.13w Dwain Chambers
 Great Britain
10.19w Andrey Yepishin
 Russia
10.19w
200 m
(Wind: 1.8 m/s)
Christian Malcolm
 Great Britain
20.29 Ronald Pognon
 France
20.37 Marcin Urbas
 Poland
20.55
400 m Marc Raquil
 France
45.89 Vladislav Frolov
 Russia
46.13 Daniel Dabrowski
 Poland
46.37
800 m Juan de Dios Jurado
 Spain
1:46.00 Ivan Heshko
 Ukraine
1:46.24 Florent Lacasse
 France
1:46.44
1500 m Ivan Heshko
 Ukraine
3:50.34 Juan Carlos Higuero
 Spain
3:50.85 Aleksandr Krivchonkov
 Russia
3:51.96
3000 m Sergio Gallardo
 Spain
8:27.78 Mo Farah
 Great Britain
8:27.91 Driss Maazouzi
 France
8:28.64
5000 m Sergey Lebid
 Ukraine
14:16.83 Juan Carlos de la Ossa
 Spain
14:17.65 Sergey Ivanov
 Russia
14:18.14
3000 m steeplechase Antonio Jiménez
 Spain
8:25.59 Vincent Le Dauphin
 France
8:28.77 Jukka Keskisalo
 Finland
8:30.45
110 m hurdles Ladji Doucouré
 France
13.27 Andy Turner
 Great Britain
13.47 Igor Peremota
 Russia
13.50
400 m hurdles Naman Keïta
 France
50.20 Aleksandr Derevyagin
 Russia
50.35 Gianni Carabelli
 Italy
50.45
4 × 100 m  Poland
Dariusz Kuc
Lukasz Chyla
Marcin Jedrusinski
Marcin Urbas
39.07  Italy
Luca Verdecchia
Stefano Anceschi
Massimiliano Donati
Francesco Scuderi
39.14  Great Britain
Tim Abeyie
Marlon Devonish
Christian Malcolm
Harry Aikines-Aryeetey
39.31
4 × 400 m  France
Leslie Djhone
Brice Panel
Naman Keïta
Marc Raquil
3:03.59  Poland
Rafal Wieruszewski
Piotr Klimczak
Marcin Marciniszyn
Daniel Dabrowski
3:03.86  Italy
Andrew Howe
Gianni Carabelli
Luca Galletti
Andrea Barberi
3:04.27
High jump Andrey Silnov
 Russia
2.31 Giulio Ciotti
 Italy
2.29 Germaine Mason
 Great Britain
2.27
Pole vault Romain Mesnil
 France
5.70 Giuseppe Gibilisco
 Italy
5.65 Mikko Latvala
 Finland
5.45
Long jump Andrew Howe
 Italy
8.29 Salim Sdiri
 France
8.15 Marcin Starzak
 Poland
8.09
Triple jump Fabrizio Donato
 Italy
16.99 Viktor Yastrebov
 Ukraine
16.91 Julien Kapek
 France
16.80
Shot put Pavel Sofin
 Russia
20.59 Manuel Martínez
 Spain
20.58 Ralf Bartels
 Germany
20.43
Discus throw Piotr Małachowski
 Poland
66.21 Lars Riedel
 Germany
63.47 Mario Pestano
 Spain
62.35
Hammer throw Szymon Ziólkowski
 Poland
79.31 Andrey Skvaruk
 Ukraine
78.71 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen
 Finland
77.08
Javelin throw Tero Pitkämäki
 Finland
85.30 Sergey Makarov
 Russia
82.43 Igor Janik
 Poland
79.30

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: 2.4 m/s)
Yuliya Gushchina
 Russia
11.13w Joice Maduaka
 Great Britain
11.29w Fabienne Beret-Martinel
 France
11.35w
200 m
(Wind: 0.6 m/s)
Olga Zaytseva
 Russia
22.73 Angela Morosanu
 Romania
22.91 Monika Bejnar
 Poland
22.97
400 m Svetlana Pospelova
 Russia
50.77 Nicola Sanders
 Great Britain
51.92 Claudia Hoffmann
 Germany
52.81
800 m Svetlana Klyuka
 Russia
2:01.99 Monika Gradzki
 Germany
2:04.13 Mayte Martínez
 Spain
2:04.16
1500 m Yuliya Chizhenko
 Russia
4:14.39 Latifa Essarokh
 France
4:14.76 Natalya Tobias
 Ukraine
4:15.36
3000 m Joanne Pavey
 Great Britain
8:52.54 Olesya Syreva
 Russia
8:58.27 Justyna Lesman
 Poland
9:02.64
5000 m Liliya Shobukhova
 Russia
16:18.23 Marta Domínguez
 Spain
16:25.21 Natalya Berkut
 Ukraine
16:26.12
3000 m steeplechase Yelena Sidorchenkova
 Russia
9:45.73 Rosa María Morató
 Spain
9:49.81 Katarzyna Kowalska
 Poland
9:56.10
100 m hurdles Susanna Kallur
 Sweden
12.69 Kirsten Bolm
 Germany
12.74 Adrianna Lamalle
 France
12.90
400 m hurdles Natasha Danvers-Smith
 Great Britain
55.65 Yevgeniya Isakova
 Russia
55.82 Tatyana Tereshchuk
 Ukraine
55.87
4 × 100 m  Russia
Natalya Rusakova
Yuliya Gushchina
Yekaterina Kondratyeva
Larisa Kruglova
43.71  France
Adrianna Lamalle
Fabienne Beret-Martinel
Céline Distel
Carima Louami
43.75  Ukraine
Olena Chebanu
Olena Sinyavina
Iryna Shtanhyeyeva
Oksana Shcherbak
43.86
4 × 400 m  Russia
Yelena Migunova
Olga Zaytseva
Tatyana Veshkurova
Natalya Antyukh
3:23.51  Poland
Zuzanna Radecka
Monika Bejnar
Malgorzata Pskit
Grazyna Prokopek
3:26.60  Great Britain
Helen Karagounis
Nicola Sanders
Melanie Purkiss
Lee McConnell
3:26.98
High jump Kajsa Bergqvist
 Sweden
1.97 Ruth Beitia
 Spain
1.95 Anna Chicherova
 Russia
1.92
Pole vault Monika Pyrek
 Poland
4.75
CR
Vanessa Boslak
 France
4.70 Nastja Ryshich
 Germany
4.55
Long jump Tatyana Kotova
 Russia
6.67 Eunice Barber
 France
6.61 Daniela Lincoln-Saavedra
 Sweden
6.55
Triple jump Olga Saladukha
 Ukraine
14.10 Viktoriya Gurova
 Russia
14.06 Adelina Gavrila
 Romania
14.00
Shot put Petra Lammert
 Germany
19.36 Irina Khudoroshkina
 Russia
18.29 Krystyna Zabawska
 Poland
17.78
Discus throw Franka Dietzsch
 Germany
65.54 Darya Pishchalnikova
 Russia
64.24 Nicoleta Grasu
 Romania
61.91
Hammer throw Tatyana Lysenko
 Russia
76.50
CR
Kamila Skolimowska
 Poland
68.16 Irina Sekachova
 Ukraine
67.96
Javelin throw Barbara Madejczyk
 Poland
64.08 Felicia Moldovan
 Romania
60.49 Mercedes Chilla
 Spain
60.22

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)

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