2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres

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Events at the
2009 European Athletics
Indoor Championships

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Track events
60 m   men   women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m men women
60 m hurdles men women
4×400 m relay men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Combined events
Pentathlon women
Heptathlon men

The Men's 60 metres event at the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on March 7–8.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Dwain Chambers
 Great Britain
Fabio Cerutti
 Italy
Emanuele Di Gregorio
 Italy

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 of each heat (Q) and the next 6 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 6.53 Q
2 2 Emanuele Di Gregorio  Italy 6.60 Q, =PB
3 4 Simeon Williamson  Great Britain 6.61 Q
4 5 Fabio Cerutti  Italy 6.62 Q
5 1 Craig Pickering  Great Britain 6.63 Q
6 2 Stefan Schwab  Germany 6.64 Q
7 5 Dariusz Kuć  Poland 6.67 Q
8 5 Pascal Mancini   Switzerland 6.67 q, NJR
9 4 Ryan Moseley  Austria 6.68 Q
9 5 Joni Rautanen  Finland 6.68 q, =PB
11 4 Jarkko Ruostekivi  Finland 6.70 q
12 4 Paul Hession  Ireland 6.70 q
13 1 Iván Mocholí  Spain 6.71 Q
13 2 Ramil Guliyev  Azerbaijan 6.71 q
13 2 Igor Bodrov  Ukraine 6.71 q
13 3 Christophe Lemaitre  France 6.71 Q
17 1 Simone Collio  Italy 6.72
18 1 Patrick van Luijk  Netherlands 6.72
19 3 Ángel David Rodríguez  Spain 6.73
20 4 Matic Osovnikar  Slovenia 6.74
21 2 İsmail Aslan  Turkey 6.77
22 3 Arnaldo Abrantes  Portugal 6.78
23 2 Mikhail Idrisov  Russia 6.80
23 3 Veselin Pankov  Bulgaria 6.80
25 1 Panayiotis Ioannou  Cyprus 6.81
25 3 Jacek Roszko  Poland 6.81
25 5 Libor Žilka  Czech Republic 6.81
28 5 Martin Krabbe  Denmark 6.86
29 1 Catalin Cîmpeanu  Romania 6.88
30 4 Martynas Jurgilas  Lithuania 6.91
31 5 Alberto Gavaldá  Spain 7.00
32 2 Sébastien Gattuso  Monaco 7.03 SB
33 3 Asaf Malka  Israel 7.04 PB
34 4 Dominic Carroll  Gibraltar 7.34 NR

Semifinals[edit]

Dwain Chambers of Great Britain broke the European record in the semifinals and later won the gold medal.

First 4 of each semifinals qualified directly (Q) for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 6.42 Q, AR
2 1 Simeon Williamson  Great Britain 6.57 Q
3 2 Fabio Cerutti  Italy 6.60 Q
4 1 Emanuele Di Gregorio  Italy 6.63 Q
4 2 Craig Pickering  Great Britain 6.63 Q
4 2 Ryan Moseley  Austria 6.63 Q, =PB
7 1 Dariusz Kuć  Poland 6.65 Q
8 1 Ramil Guliyev  Azerbaijan 6.66 Q, NJR
9 2 Paul Hession  Ireland 6.66 SB
10 1 Stefan Schwab  Germany 6.68
11 2 Igor Bodrov  Ukraine 6.69
12 1 Pascal Mancini   Switzerland 6.71
12 2 Joni Rautanen  Finland 6.71
14 1 Christophe Lemaitre  France 6.72
15 2 Iván Mocholí  Spain 6.77
16 1 Jarkko Ruostekivi  Finland 6.79

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 3 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 0.149 6.46
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Fabio Cerutti  Italy 0.149 6.56
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4 Emanuele Di Gregorio  Italy 0.139 6.56 PB
4 5 Simeon Williamson  Great Britain 0.164 6.57
5 7 Craig Pickering  Great Britain 0.173 6.61
6 8 Dariusz Kuć  Poland 0.173 6.62
7 1 Ramil Guliyev  Azerbaijan 0.156 6.67
8 2 Ryan Moseley  Austria 0.139 6.69

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