2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's shot put

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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 shot put event at the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on March 7–8.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Tomasz Majewski
 Poland
Yves Niaré
 France
Ralf Bartels
 Germany

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Hamza Alić of Bosnia and Herzegovina during the qualification round.

Qualifying perf. 19.80 (Q) or 8 best performers (q) advanced to the Final.

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Note
1 Ralf Bartels  Germany 18.80 x 19.94 19.94 Q
2 Anton Lyuboslavskiy  Russia 19.61 19.29 19.92 19.92 Q
3 Manuel Martínez  Spain 19.40 19.23 19.92 19.92 Q, SB
4 Tomasz Majewski  Poland 19.86 19.86 Q
5 Lajos Kürthy  Hungary 19.85 19.85 Q
6 Milan Haborák  Slovakia 19.50 19.57 19.76 19.76 q
7 Yves Niaré  France 19.42 19.76 19.48 19.76 q
8 Andrei Siniakou  Belarus 18.82 19.03 19.66 19.66 q, SB
9 Miran Vodovnik  Slovenia 18.72 19.56 19.50 19.56
10 Kim Christensen  Denmark 18.43 19.55 x 19.55
11 Hamza Alić  Bosnia and Herzegovina 19.17 19.41 19.26 19.41
12 Marco Schmidt  Germany 19.38 18.93 x 19.38
13 Andy Dittmar  Germany 19.10 19.10 18.90 19.10
14 Marco Fortes  Portugal 18.68 19.00 18.83 19.00
15 Nedžad Mulabegović  Croatia 18.43 x 18.96 18.96
16 Pavel Sofin  Russia 18.79 x x 18.79
17 Daniel Vanek  Slovakia 17.51 18.78 18.40 18.78
18 Carl Myerscough  Great Britain 18.65 x x 18.65 SB
19 Borja Vivas  Spain 18.37 18.44 x 18.44
20 Raigo Toompuu  Estonia 18.14 x 18.27 18.27
21 Maksim Sidorov  Russia 17.37 x 18.01 18.01
22 Nick Petersen  Denmark 17.47 17.97 17.41 17.97
23 Georgios Arestis  Cyprus 17.65 x 17.47 17.65

Final[edit]

Tomasz Majewski of Poland was the winner of the event.
Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Note
1st, gold medalist(s) Tomasz Majewski  Poland 20.05 20.76 20.06 x 21.02 x 21.02
2nd, silver medalist(s) Yves Niaré  France 19.61 19.90 19.46 x 19.79 20.42 20.42 NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ralf Bartels  Germany 18.97 19.90 20.39 19.95 19.77 20.27 20.39 SB
4 Anton Lyuboslavskiy  Russia 19.08 19.57 20.14 x 19.76 20.02 20.14 SB
5 Lajos Kürthy  Hungary 19.47 20.04 19.75 19.42 20.02 19.87 20.04 PB
6 Manuel Martínez  Spain 19.11 x 19.11 x 19.65 x 19.65
7 Milan Haborák  Slovakia 19.18 x x x x 19.51 19.51
8 Andrei Siniakou  Belarus x 19.14 x 18.73 19.25 18.74 19.25

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