2011 European Athletics U23 Championships – Men's javelin throw

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Events at the
2011 European
Athletics U23 Championships

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Decathlon men

The men's javelin throw at the 2011 European Athletics U23 Championships was held at the Městský stadion on 14 and 16 July. The field included six throwers who had broken the 80 metre line that year.[1] Till Wöschler of Germany, the 2010 World Junior Champion, won with a new personal best of 84.38 metres.[2]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Germany Till Wöschler
Germany (GER)
Silver Turkey Fatih Avan
Turkey (TUR)
Bronze Russia Dmitry Tarabin
Russia (RUS)

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
14 July 2011 15:30 Qualification Group A
14 July 2011 16:40 Qualification Group B
16 July 2011 17:25 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualification performance 76.00 (Q) or at least 12 best performers advance to the final.[1]

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 B Thomas Röhler Germany Germany 78.08 78.08 Q, PB
2 A Till Wöschler Germany Germany 75.24 77.72 77.72 Q
3 A Fatih Avan Turkey Turkey 76.93 76.93 Q
4 A Łukasz Grzeszczuk Poland Poland 72.16 x 76.84 76.84 Q
5 A Kim Amb Sweden Sweden 73.18 76.71 76.71 Q, SB
6 B Dmitry Tarabin Russia Russia 74.11 76.48 76.48 Q
7 A Krzysztof Szalecki Poland Poland 75.69 75.69 q
8 B Marcin Plener Poland Poland 67.57 70.68 73.40 73.40 q
9 A Stipe Žunić Croatia Croatia 70.44 71.72 70.34 71.72 q
10 A Tanel Laanmäe Estonia Estonia 71.35 70.91 x 71.35 q
11 B Sampo Lehtola Finland Finland 69.93 71.08 71.15 71.15 q
12 B Lars Timmerman Netherlands Netherlands 66.47 70.86 68.47 70.86
13 A Jani Kiiskilä Finland Finland 65.11 70.34 69.32 70.34
14 A Tuomas Saari Finland Finland x 67.71 69.38 69.38
15 B Ranno Koorep Estonia Estonia 67.29 69.15 x 69.15
16 B Vedran Samac Serbia Serbia 68.12 68.07 x 68.12
17 A Ansis Brūns Latvia Latvia 66.99 x x 66.99
18 A Magnus Kirt Estonia Estonia 66.32 x 64.14 66.32 SB
19 A Manuel Uriz Spain Spain 66.21 64.21 x 66.21
20 B Aykut Tanriverdi Turkey Turkey 64.40 x x 64.40
21 B Alexandru Craescu Romania Romania x 64.11 x 64.11
B Jakub Vadlejch Czech Republic Czech Republic x x x NM
B Dmytro Kosynskyy Ukraine Ukraine 71.55 69.74 73.30 DQ Doping

Final[edit]

[2]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Till Wöschler Germany Germany 84.38 77.19 x 84.38 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Fatih Avan Turkey Turkey 77.56 73.42 x 82.24 84.08 84.11 84.11
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Dmitry Tarabin Russia Russia 78.68 77.37 81.65 83.18 78.18 x 83.18
4 Kim Amb Sweden Sweden 78.53 74.20 78.85 77.83 79.48 x 79.48 PB
5 Łukasz Grzeszczuk Poland Poland 79.02 76.56 78.91 x 77.07 77.82 79.02
6 Sampo Lehtola Finland Finland 73.78 73.65 78.50 76.81 x x 78.50 PB
7 Thomas Röhler Germany Germany 77.67 74.87 x 78.20 x x 78.20 PB
8 Tanel Laanmäe Estonia Estonia 70.65 73.20 x 73.20
9 Krzysztof Szalecki Poland Poland 68.39 x 71.94 71.94
10 Marcin Plener Poland Poland 71.15 71.77 68.17 71.77
11 Stipe Žunić Croatia Croatia 69.48 x 69.53 69.53
Dmytro Kosynskyy Ukraine Ukraine 72.83 76.74 78.09 77.67 76.35 77.60 DQ Doping

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 23 athletes from 15 countries participated in the event.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Startlist Javelin Men Qualification" (PDF). European Athletic Association. 14 July 2011. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Results Javelin Men Final" (PDF). European Athletic Association. 16 July 2011. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 

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