2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's heptathlon

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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 heptathlon event at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held at March 5 and 6.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record  Ashton Eaton (USA) 6568 Tallinn, Estonia 6 February 2011
European record  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 6438 Budapest, Hungary 7 March 2004
Championship record  Tomáš Dvořák (CZE) 6424 Gent, Belgium 26 February 2000
World Leading  Ashton Eaton (USA) 6568 Tallinn, Estonia 6 February 2011
European Leading  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 6117 Prague, Czech Republic 13 February 2011

Results[edit]

60 metres[edit]

The heats were held at 9:00.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 2 7 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 6.89 922 PB
2 2 1 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania 6.90 918
3 2 2 Dominik Distelberger  Austria 6.92 911
4 2 3 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 7.04 868
5 2 6 Andres Raja  Estonia 7.06 861
5 2 8 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 7.06 861 SB
7 2 4 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 7.07 858
8 1 8 Nadir El Fassi  France 7.09 851
8 1 6 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus 7.09 851
10 2 5 Florian Geffrouais  France 7.11 844
10 1 3 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia 7.11 844 SB
12 1 4 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia 7.12 840 SB
13 1 5 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium 7.20 813 =PB
14 1 1 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 7.21 809
15 1 7 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 7.23 802 PB
16 1 2 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 7.27 789 SB

Long jump[edit]

The event was held at 9:40.[3]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Total
1 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 7.51 7.59 7.28 7.59 957 1818
2 Nadir El Fassi  France 7.41 7.44 7.51 7.51 937 PB 1788
3 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus x 7.49 7.11 7.49 932 1783
4 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 7.48 x x 7.48 930 1732
5 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 7.11 x 7.41 7.41 913 =SB 1702
6 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania 7.40 x 7.36 7.40 910 SB 1828
7 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 7.36 7.34 x 7.36 900 1822
8 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 7.26 7.33 7.17 7.33 893 1702
9 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia 7.31 7.13 7.20 7.31 888 1732
10 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 4.84 7.30 7.22 7.30 886 SB 1754
11 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium x 6.99 7.26 7.26 876 =SB 1689
12 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 7.08 7.25 7.13 7.25 874 1732
13 Dominik Distelberger  Austria x 6.95 7.17 7.17 854 1765
14 Florian Geffrouais  France 6.98 6.80 x 6.98 809 PB 1653
15 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia x 6.70 6.92 6.92 795 1635
16 Andres Raja  Estonia DNS o DNF

Shot Put[edit]

The event was held at 11:30.[4]

Thomas Van Der Plaetsen of Belgium during the shot put competition.
Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Total
1 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia x 15.48 x 15.48 819 2551
2 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 15.42 15.03 x 15.42 816 2634
3 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium 15.26 14.87 x 15.26 806 2495
4 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 15.16 15.16 14.84 15.16 800 2502
5 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania 14.87 14.81 15.08 15.08 795 2623
6 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus 15.04 14.81 x 15.04 792 PB 2575
7 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 14.81 14.74 x 14.81 778 SB 2480
8 Florian Geffrouais  France 13.50 14.78 x 14.78 776 2429
9 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia x 14.50 14.46 14.50 759 2394
10 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 13.90 13.59 14.46 14.46 757 PB 2489
11 Nadir El Fassi  France 13.86 14.13 x 14.13 736 PB 2524
12 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 12.92 12.50 13.74 13.74 712 SB 2534
13 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 13.68 13.45 x 13.68 709 2463
14 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 13.16 x x 13.16 677 PB 2409
15 Dominik Distelberger  Austria 12.37 12.42 12.32 12.42 632 2397

High jump[edit]

The event was held at 16:30.[5]

Rank Athlete Nationality 1.85 1.88 1.91 1.94 1.97 2.00 2.03 2.06 2.09 2.12 2.15 Result Points Notes Total
1 Nadir El Fassi  France o xo o o o o xxo o x– 2.12 915 PB 3439
2 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia o o xo xo o o xxx 2.09 887 PB 3281
3 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus o o o o xo xxo o xxx 2.09 887 3462
4 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic o o o o xxx 2.06 859 3493
5 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium o o o xxo xxx 2.06 859 PB 3268
6 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia o o o xo xo xxx 2.03 831 3333
7 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands o o o xxx 2.00 803 3337
8 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia o o o o xxo xxo xxx 2.00 803 PB 3354
9 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania o o o o xxx 1.97 776 SB 3399
10 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus o o o o xo xxx 1.97 776 SB 3239
11 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands o xo xo xxo xxx 1.97 776 SB 3265
12 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium o o o o xxx 1.94 749 PB 3244
13 Roland Schwarzl  Austria o o xo o xxx 1.94 749 SB 3229
14 Florian Geffrouais  France o o o xxx 1.91 723 3152
15 Dominik Distelberger  Austria xo o xo xxx 1.91 723 3120

60 metres hurdles[edit]

The heats were held at 9:45.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Points Notes Total
1 2 4 Dominik Distelberger  Austria 7.87 1015 PB 4135
2 2 2 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 8.00 982 4319
3 2 6 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 8.03 974 4239
4 2 3 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus 8.04 972 4434
5 2 5 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania 8.04 972 4371
6 2 7 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 8.08 962 4455
7 2 8 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia 8.08 962 4243
8 1 4 Nadir El Fassi  France 8.13 949 PB 4388
9 1 3 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 8.15 944 4183
10 1 5 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 8.18 937 =PB 4205
11 1 6 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia 8.25 920 4274
12 1 8 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 8.27 915 SB 4144
13 1 7 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium 8.30 908 SB 4152
14 2 1 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 8.42 879 4212
15 1 2 Florian Geffrouais  France 8.43 877 4029

Pole vault[edit]

The event was held at 10:30.[7]

Rank Athlete Nationality 4.00 4.30 4.40 4.50 4.60 4.70 4.80 4.90 5.00 5.10 5.20 5.30 5.40 5.50 5.60 Result Points Notes Total
1 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands o xxo xxo xxx 5.50 1067 5306
2 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium o o o xo xxx 5.20 972 PB 5177
2 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus xo o o xxo xxx 5.20 972 SB 5406
4 Roland Schwarzl  Austria o o o o xxx 5.10 941 SB 5085
5 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia xo o o xo xxx 5.10 941 5184
6 Nadir El Fassi  France o o xo o xo o xxx 5.00 910 PB 5298
7 Florian Geffrouais  France o xo xo xo xxx 5.00 910 PB 4939
8 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia o o xo xxx 4.90 880 =SB 5154
8 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium o o o o xo xxx 4.90 880 PB 5032
10 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic o o o xxo xxx 4.90 880 =SB 5335
11 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands o o xo xo o xxx 4.80 849 =PB 5168
12 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia o o o xxx 4.70 819 5031
13 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus o xxo xxx 4.50 760 =SB 4943
14 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania xo o 4.30 702 5073
15 Dominik Distelberger  Austria NM 0 4135

1000 metres[edit]

The race was held at 15:00.[8]

Rank Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 Nadir El Fassi  France 2:34.19 939 CB
2 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium 2:37.06 906 PB
3 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 2:37.51 901 PB
4 Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus 2:39.80 876 PB
5 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 2:40.44 869
6 Florian Geffrouais  France 2:41.54 856
7 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 2:41.91 852
8 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 2:42.72 843 SB
9 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 2:42.80 843 PB
10 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia 2:46.23 805
11 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia 2:48.09 786 SB
12 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 2:50.41 761 SB
13 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 2:51.40 751
14 Dominik Distelberger  Austria DNF 0
14 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania DNF 0

Final standings[edit]

After the seven disciplines this was the final standing.[9]

Andrei Krauchanka won the event with a new Belarusian record.
Nadir El Fassi took the silver for France.
Place Athlete Nation Points Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Andrei Krauchanka  Belarus 6282 EL, NR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nadir El Fassi  France 6237 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 6178 SB
4 Eelco Sintnicolaas  Netherlands 6175 NR
5 Ingmar Vos  Netherlands 6020 PB
6 Thomas Van Der Plaetsen  Belgium 6020 PB
7 Aleksandr Kislov  Russia 5970 SB
8 Vasiliy Kharlamov  Russia 5959
9 Hans Van Alphen  Belgium 5938 PB
10 Roland Schwarzl  Austria 5846 SB
11 Eduard Mikhan  Belarus 5844
12 Florian Geffrouais  France 5795 PB
13 Mikk Pahapill  Estonia 5782
14 Darius Draudvila  Lithuania 5073
15 Dominik Distelberger  Austria 4135
16 Andres Raja  Estonia DNF

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