2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres hurdles

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Events at the
2011 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 hurdles event at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held at March 4 with the final being held on March 4 at 18:50 local time.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record  Colin Jackson (GBR) 7.30 Sindelfingen, Germany 6 March 1994
European record  Colin Jackson (GBR) 7.30 Sindelfingen, Germany 6 March 1994
Championship record  Colin Jackson (GBR) 7.39 Paris, France 12 March 1994
World Leading  David Oliver (USA) 7.37 Stuttgart, Germany 5 February 2011
European Leading  Petr Svoboda (CZE) 7.48 Praha, Czech Republic 19 February 2011

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 in each heat and 2 best performers advanced to the Final. The semifinals were held at 16:10.[2]

Adrien Deghelt of Belgium won the bronze medal.
Rank Heat Name Nationality React Time Notes
1 3 Petr Svoboda  Czech Republic 0.171 7.55 Q
2 2 Felipe Vivancos  Spain 0.150 7.56 Q, PB
3 2 Garfield Darien  France 0.190 7.60 Q
4 1 Dimitri Bascou  France 0.158 7.62 Q
4 2 Adrien Deghelt  Belgium 0.153 7.62 q
6 3 Konstantin Shabanov  Russia 0.146 7.63 Q, =PB
7 1 Evgeniy Borisov  Russia 0.172 7.68 Q
7 3 Samuel Coco-Viloin  France 0.174 7.68 q
9 3 Jackson Quiñónez  Spain 0.194 7.70 SB
10 1 Maksim Lynsha  Belarus 0.193 7.71
11 2 Lawrence Clarke  Great Britain 0.147 7.74
11 3 Emanuele Abate  Italy 0.165 7.74
13 2 Balázs Baji  Hungary 0.154 7.77 PB
14 1 Jurica Grabušić  Croatia 0.143 7.80
15 1 Damien Broothaerts  Belgium 0.174 7.84
16 2 Matúš Janeček  Slovakia 0.170 7.86
17 1 Joona-Ville Heinä  Finland 0.146 7.90
18 1 Rasul Dabó  Portugal 0.183 7.93
18 3 Tobias Furer   Switzerland 0.193 7.93
20 3 Manuel Prazak  Austria 0.160 7.98
21 2 Aliaksandr Linnik  Belarus 0.152 8.00
22 2 Martin Arnaudov  Bulgaria 0.189 8.11
23 1 Andreas Martinsen  Denmark 0.182 8.38
24 3 Adnan Malkić  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.231 DQ

Final[edit]

The final was held at 18:50.[3]

The competitors after the final.
Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 5 Petr Svoboda  Czech Republic 0.150 7.49
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 Garfield Darien  France 0.175 7.56 =PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 1 Adrien Deghelt  Belgium 0.161 7.57 PB
4 4 Felipe Vivancos  Spain 0.139 7.59
5 7 Konstantin Shabanov  Russia 0.154 7.61 PB
6 6 Dimitri Bascou  France 0.190 7.64
7 8 Evgeniy Borisov  Russia 0.162 7.65
8 2 Samuel Coco-Viloin  France 0.184 8.08

References[edit]