2011 European Athletics Junior Championships

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2011 European Athletics Junior Championships
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Host city Tallinn, Estonia
Date(s) 21–24 July
Main stadium Kadrioru Stadium
Level Under 20
Records set 9 CRs

The 21st European Athletics Junior Championships were held between 21 and 24 July 2011 in the Kadrioru Stadium in Tallinn, Estonia.

Russia topped the medal table with 18 medals overall, including 8 golds, ahead of Germany and Great Britain.

Men's results[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres

details

Jimmy Vicaut
 France
10.07
PB
Adam Gemili
 Great Britain
10.41 David Bolarinwa
 Great Britain
10.46
200 metres David Bolarinwa
 Great Britain
21.07
PB
Pierre Vincent
 France
21.22
PB
Jeffrey John
 France
21.24
400 metres Marcell Deák-Nagy
 Hungary
45.42
NR
Nikita Uglov
 Russia
46.01
PB
Michele Tricca
 Italy
46.09
PB
800 metres Pierre-Ambroise Bosse
 France
1:47.14 Zan Rudolf
 Slovenia
1:47.73
PB
Johan Rogestedt
 Sweden
1:47.88
1500 metres Adam Cotton
 Great Britain
3:43.98 Thomas Solberg Eide
 Norway
3:44.70 Alexander Schwab
 Germany
3:44.82
PB
5000 metres Gabriel Navarro
 Spain
14:07.06
PB
Bartosz Kowalczyk
 Poland
14:07.17
PB
Jonathan Hay
 Great Britain
14:07.78
10,000 metres Gabriel Navarro
 Spain
30:02.18
SB
Emmanuel Lejeune
 Belgium
31:35.19 Szymon Kulka
 Poland
31:50.13
110 metres hurdles Jack Meredith
 Great Britain
13.50 Andrew Pozzi
 Great Britain
13.57 Rahib Mammadov
 Azerbaijan
13.78
400 metres hurdles Varg Königsmark
 Germany
49.70
CR
Stef Vanhaeren
 Belgium
50.01
PB
Jose Reynaldo Bencosme de Leon
 Italy
50.30
PB
3000 metres steeplechase Ilgizar Safiullin
 Russia
8:37.94
CR
Muhammet Emin Tan
 Turkey
8:46.74
PB
Martin Grau
 Germany
8:48.79
PB
4×100 metres relay Vincent Michalet
Jimmy Vicaut
Jeffrey John
Ken Romain
 France
39.35 Dannish Walker-Khan
Sam Watts
Adam Gemili
David Bolarinwa
 Great Britain
39.48 Konrad Donczew
Kamil Supiński
Kamil Bijowski
Tomasz Kluczyński
 Poland
40.42
4×400 metres relay Michele Tricca
Paolo Danesini
Alberto Rontini
Marco Lorenzi
 Italy
3:06.46 Evgeny Khokhlov
Radel Kashefrazov
Denis Nesmashnyy
Nikita Uglov
 Russia
3:07.47 Varg Königsmark
Lukas Schmitz
Lukas Hamich
Johannes Trefz
 Germany
3:08.56
10000 m walk (track) Hagen Pohle
 Germany
40:43.73 Ihor Lyashchenko
 Ukraine
41:10.43
SB
Luís Alberto Amezcua
 Spain
41:34.13
PB
High jump Nikita Anishchenkov
 Russia
2.27 Janick Klausen
 Denmark
2.25
PB
Gianmarco Tamberi
 Italy
2.25
=PB
Pole vault Emile Denecker
 France
5.50 Kévin Menaldo
 France
5.50
PB
Dídac Salas
 Spain
5.40
=PB
Long jump Sergey Morgunov
 Russia
8.18
PB
Tomasz Jaszczuk
 Poland
8.11
PB
Evgeny Antonov
 Russia
7.83
Triple jump Alexander Yurchenko
 Russia
16.31 Murad Ibadullayev
 Azerbaijan
16.25
PB
Georgi Tsonov
 Bulgaria
15.90
Shot put Krzysztof Brzozowski
 Poland
20.92 Daniele Secci
 Italy
20.45 Christian Jagusch
 Germany
19.80
Discus throw Lukas Weisshaidinger
 Austria
63.83
PB
Danijel Furtula
 Montenegro
63.54
PB
Benedikt Stienen
 Germany
62.33
Hammer throw Quentin Bigot
 France
78.45
PB
Serghei Marghiev
 Moldova
76.60
PB
Elias Håkansson
 Sweden
74.99
PB
Javelin throw Zigismunds Sirmais
 Latvia
81.53
CR
Marcin Krukowski
 Poland
79.19
PB
Pavel Mialeshka
 Belarus
76.59
Decathlon Kevin Mayer
 France
8124
CR
Mathias Brugger
 Germany
7853
PB
Johannes Hock
 Germany
7806

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Jodie Williams
 Great Britain
11.18
CR
Jamile Samuel
 Netherlands
11.43
PB
Tatjana Lofamakanda Pinto
 Germany
11.48
SB
200 metres Jodie Williams
 Great Britain
22.94
SB
Jamile Samuel
 Netherlands
23.31 Jennifer Galais
 France
23.55
400 metres Bianca Razor
 Romania
51.96
PB
Yulia Yurenya
 Belarus
53.03
PB
Madiea Ghafoor
 Netherlands
53.73
800 metres Anastasiya Tkachuk
 Ukraine
2:02.73 Rowena Cole
 Great Britain
2:03.43
PB
Ayvika Malanova
 Russia
2:03.59
PB
1500 metres Amela Terzić
 Serbia
4:15.40
SB
Ciara Mageean
 Ireland
4:16.82
SB
Ioana Doaga
 Romania
4:20.73
3000 metres Amela Terzić
 Serbia
9:17.61
PB
Esma Aydemir
 Turkey
9:19.61
PB
Lisa Jäsert
 Germany
9:30.23
5000 metres Esma Aydemir
 Turkey
16:12.16
PB
Emelia Gorecka
 Great Britain
16:13.04 Annabel Gummow
 Great Britain
16:14.62
100 metres hurdles Nooralotta Neziri
 Finland
13.34
PB
Isabelle Pedersen
 Norway
13.37
SB
Ekaterina Bleskina
 Russia
13.47
PB
400 metres hurdles Vera Rudakova
 Russia
57.24 Aurelie Chaboudez
 France
57.35
PB
Maeva Contion
 France
58.03
PB
3000 metres steeplechase Gesa Felicitas Krause
 Germany
9:51.08
SB
Gulshat Fazlitdinova
 Russia
9:56.98
PB
Elena Panaet
 Romania
10:17.37
PB
4×100 metres relay Alexandra Burghardt
Katharina Grompe
Tatjana Lofamakanda Pinto
Anna-Lena Freese
 Germany
43.42
EJR, CR
Oriana De Fazio
Irene Siragusa
Anna Bongiorni
Gloria Hooper
 Italy
44.52 Marylyn Nwawulor
Bianca Williams
Jennie Batten
Jodie Williams
 Great Britain
45.00
4×400 metres relay Katie Kirk
Lucy James
Amelia Clifford
Kirsten McAslan
 Great Britain
3:35.29 Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz
Małgorzata Hołub
Justyna Święty
Magdalena Gorzkowska
 Poland
3:35.35 Sabrina Häfele
Stefanie Gotzhein
Kim Carina Schmidt
Christina Zwirner
 Germany
3:36.26
10,000 metres walk (track) Elena Lashmanova
 Russia
42:59.48
WJR CR
Svetlana Vasilyeva
 Russia
44:52.98 Anna Ermina
 Russia
46:49.00
PB
High jump Mariya Kuchina
 Russia
1.95
=CR
Airinė Palšytė
 Lithuania
1.91
SB
Nadja Kampschulte
 Germany
1.88
PB
Pole vault Angelica Bengtsson
 Sweden
4.57
CR
Lilli Schitzerling
 Germany
4.20
=PB
Natalia Demidenko
 Russia
4.20
Long jump Lena Malkus
 Germany
6.40 Alina Rotaru
 Romania
6.36 Polina Yurchenko
 Russia
6.11
Triple jump Yana Borodina
 Russia
14.00 Kristiina Mäkelä
 Finland
13.67
PB
Ganna Aleksandrova
 Ukraine
13.14
Shot put Lena Urbaniak
 Germany
16.31 Anna Wloka
 Poland
16.23
PB
Anna Rüh
 Germany
16.01
PB
Discus throw Shanice Craft
 Germany
58.65
PB
Anna Rüh
 Germany
58.10 Viktoriya Klochko
 Ukraine
54.03
Hammer throw Barbara Špiler
 Slovenia
67.06
CR, NR
Kıvılcım Kaya
 Turkey
66.74
PB
Alexia Sedykh
 France
65.02
PB
Javelin throw Liina Laasma
 Estonia
55.99 Līna Mūze
 Latvia
55.83 Laura Henkel
 Germany
55.37
PB
Heptathlon Dafne Schippers
 Netherlands
6153 Sara Gambetta
 Germany
6108
PB
Laura Ikauniece
 Latvia
6063
PB

Medal table[edit]

Jamile Samuel, the Netherlands (left), and Gloria Hooper, Italy (right), at the finish of the 4x100 m relay heat.
Marco Lorenzi was part of the Italian gold winning 4x400 m relay team.
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 8 4 6 18
2  Germany 7 4 12 23
3  Great Britain 6 5 4 15
4  France 6 3 4 13
5  Spain 2 0 2 4
6  Serbia 2 0 0 2
7  Poland 1 5 2 8
8  Turkey 1 3 0 4
9  Italy 1 2 3 6
10  Netherlands 1 2 1 4
11  Romania 1 1 2 4
 Ukraine 1 1 2 4
13  Latvia 1 1 1 3
14  Finland 1 1 0 2
 Slovenia 1 1 0 2
16  Sweden 1 0 2 3
17  Austria 1 0 0 1
 Estonia 1 0 0 1
 Hungary 1 0 0 1
20  Belgium 0 2 0 2
 Norway 0 2 0 2
22  Azerbaijan 0 1 1 2
 Belarus 0 1 1 2
24  Denmark 0 1 0 1
 Ireland 0 1 0 1
 Lithuania 0 1 0 1
 Moldova 0 1 0 1
 Montenegro 0 1 0 1
29  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
Total 44 44 44 132

Participating nations[edit]

954 athletes from 47 countries participating in championships.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Athletics U20 Championships - Tallinn 2011". European Athletics. Retrieved 21 March 2016. 
  2. ^ Latvia
  3. ^ Lithuania