2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 800 metres

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The Men's 800 metres event at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held at March 4–6 with the final being held on March 6 at 15:45 local time.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record  Wilson Kipketer (DEN) 1:42.67 Paris, France 9 March 1997
European record  Wilson Kipketer (DEN) 1:42.67 Paris, France 9 March 1997
Championship record  Paweł Czapiewski (POL) 1:44.78 Vienna, Austria 3 March 2002
World Leading  Abubaker Kaki (SUD) 1:45.02 Stuttgart, Germany 5 February 2011
European Leading  Kevin López (ESP) 1:46.06 Sevilla, Spain 11 February 2011

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 in each heat and 2 best performers advanced to the Semifinals. The heats were held at 16:55.[2]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:48.81 Q
2 1 Mario Scapini  Italy 1:48.92 Q
3 1 David Bustos  Spain 1:49.04 q, SB
4 1 Darren McBrearty  Ireland 1:49.74 q
5 1 Andreas Rapatz  Austria 1:49.96
6 5 Kevin López  Spain 1:50.15 Q
7 5 Joe Thomas  Great Britain 1:50.29 Q
8 2 Robin Schembera  Germany 1:50.54 Q
9 5 Stepan Poistogov  Russia 1:50.59
10 2 Luis Alberto Marco  Spain 1:50.71 Q
11 2 Tamás Kazi  Hungary 1:50.85
12 4 Oleksandr Osmolovych  Ukraine 1:50.99 Q
13 3 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:51.02 Q
14 4 Andrew Osagie  Great Britain 1:51.09 Q
15 4 Anis Ananenka  Belarus 1:51.10
16 4 Ivan Tukhtachev  Russia 1:51.11
17 3 Hamid Oualich  France 1:51.13 Q
18 3 Sebastian Keiner  Germany 1:51.26
19 3 Brice Etès  Monaco 1:51.75
20 3 Cristian Vorovenci  Romania 1:51.83
21 2 Thomas Roth  Norway 1:51.91
22 2 Raphael Pallitsch  Austria 1:52.19
23 5 Andreas Bube  Denmark 1:53.18
24 4 Halit Kiliç  Turkey 1:53.33
25 3 Daryl Vassallo  Gibraltar 2:02.41
5 Vitalij Kozlov  Lithuania DNF

Semifinals[edit]

First 3 in each heat advanced to the Final. The heats were held at 15:40.[3]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Andrew Osagie  Great Britain 1:49.02 Q
2 1 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:49.38 Q
3 1 Kevin López  Spain 1:49.53 Q
4 1 Mario Scapini  Italy 1:49.57
5 1 Darren McBrearty  Ireland 1:49.78
6 1 David Bustos  Spain 1:50.46
7 2 Luis Alberto Marco  Spain 1:50.60 Q
8 2 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:50.75 Q
9 2 Robin Schembera  Germany 1:50.78 Q
10 2 Hamid Oualich  France 1:50.86
11 2 Oleksandr Osmolovych  Ukraine 1:51.00
12 2 Joe Thomas  Great Britain 1:51.44

Final[edit]

Lewandowski and Kszczot of Poland.

The final was held at 15:45.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:47.87
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:48.23
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Kevin López  Spain 1:48.35
4 6 Andrew Osagie  Great Britain 1:48.50
5 1 Luis Alberto Marco  Spain 2:00.58
4 Robin Schembera  Germany DNF

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