2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's long jump

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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 long jump event at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on March 4, 2011 at 10:50 (qualification) and March 5, 16:25 (final) local time.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record  Carl Lewis (USA) 8.79 New York City, United States 27 January 1984
European record  Sebastian Bayer (GER) 8.71 Turin, Italy 8 March 2009
Championship record  Sebastian Bayer (GER) 8.71 Turin, Italy 8 March 2009
World Leading  Loúis Tsátoumas (GRE) 8.21 Peanía, Greece 19 February 2011
European Leading  Loúis Tsátoumas (GRE) 8.21 Peanía, Greece 19 February 2011

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualifying perf. 8.05 (Q) or 8 best performers (q) advanced to the Final The qualification was held at 10:50.[2]

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Note
1 B Teddy Tamgho  France 7.82 X 7.97 7.97 q
2 A Morten Jensen  Denmark 7.96 X X 7.96 q, =SB
3 B Luis Méliz  Spain 7.94 7.85 7.91 7.94 q
4 A Kafétien Gomis  France 7.88 7.85 7.91 7.91 q
5 A Sebastian Bayer  Germany 7.91 7.73 7.84 7.91 q
6 B Povilas Mykolaitis  Lithuania 7.90 X 7.82 7.90 q
7 A Roman Novotný  Czech Republic 7.90 7.72 X 7.90 q
8 A Michel Tornéus  Sweden 7.84 7.73 7.88 7.88 q
9 B Salim Sdiri  France 7.62 7.88 X 7.88
10 B Elvijs Misāns  Latvia 7.86 X 7.75 7.86
11 A Eusebio Cáceres  Spain X 7.81 7.83 7.83
12 A Andriy Makarchev  Ukraine 7.82 X X 7.82
13 B Louis Tsatoumas  Greece 7.66 7.81 - 7.81
14 B Sergey Polyanskiy  Russia X 7.81 X 7.81
15 B Kristinn Torfason  Iceland 7.72 7.73 7.73 7.73
16 B Štepán Wagner  Czech Republic X 7.63 7.67 7.67
17 A Marcos Chuva  Portugal 7.65 7.35 7.62 7.65
18 B Andreas Otterling  Sweden 7.17 7.63 7.48 7.63
19 B Nils Winter  Germany 7.51 7.61 X 7.61
20 A Nikolay Atanasov  Bulgaria 7.57 7.51 X 7.57
21 B Vardan Pahlevanyan  Armenia 7.25 7.43 X 7.43
22 A Petteri Lax  Finland 7.20 7.43 7.19 7.43
23 B Jaroslav Dobrovodský  Slovakia 7.40 7.22 7.33 7.40
24 A Yeóryios Tsákonas  Greece X X 7.35 7.35
25 B Otto Kilpi  Finland 5.05 7.27 X 7.27
26 A Zacharias Arnos  Cyprus 7.02 7.16 7.20 7.20
27 A Adrian Vasile  Romania 7.19 7.19
28 A Alexandr Cuharenco  Moldova 7.06 7.13 7.04 7.13
29 A Admir Bregu  Albania 7.06 X 6.97 7.06
30 B Darius Aučyna  Lithuania 6.89 7.02 X 7.02

Final[edit]

The final was held on March 5 at 16:25.[3]

Sebastian Bayer won the gold for Germany.
Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Note
1st, gold medalist(s) Sebastian Bayer  Germany X 8.10 8.16 X X 8.16 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kafétien Gomis  France 8.02 X 7.93 X 8.03 8.00 8.03 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Morten Jensen  Denmark X X 8.00 X X 7.88 8.00 SB
4 Teddy Tamgho  France X 7.78 X 7.83 7.94 7.98 7.98
5 Povilas Mykolaitis  Lithuania X 7.85 7.87 X 7.77 7.97 7.97
6 Luis Méliz  Spain X 7.78 7.66 7.90 7.85 7.64 7.90
7 Michel Tornéus  Sweden 7.53 7.84 7.78 7.68 X X 7.84
8 Roman Novotný  Czech Republic 7.66 X X X X X 7.66

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