2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres

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Events at the
2013 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 event at the 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held at March 1, 2013 at 17:00 (round 1), March 2, 17:15 (semi-final) and 18:40 (final) local time.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships
World record  Maurice Greene (USA) 6.39 Madrid, Spain 3 February 1998
Atlanta, GA, United States 3 March 2001
European record  Dwain Chambers (GBR) 6.42 Torino, Italy 7 March 2009
Championship record
World Leading  Darvis Patton (USA) 6.50 New York City, NY, United States 16 February 2013
European Leading  Michael Tumi (ITA) 6.51 Ancona, Italy 17 February 2013

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Qualification: First 4 (Q) and the 4 fastest athletes (q) advanced to the semifinals.[2][3]

Ricardo Monteiro of Portugal.
Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Note
1 2 Jimmy Vicaut  France 6.55 Q
2 3 Michael Tumi  Italy 6.59 Q
3 3 James Dasaolu  Great Britain 6.62 Q
4 1 Catalin Cîmpeanu  Romania 6.64 Q
5 1 Julian Reus  Germany 6.64 Q
6 1 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey  Great Britain 6.65 Q, SB
6 2 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure  Norway 6.65 Q
8 3 Aleksandr Brednev  Russia 6.68 Q
8 1 Emmanuel Biron  France 6.72 Q
8 2 Simone Collio  Italy 6.72 Q
11 3 Stefan Tärnhuvud  Sweden 6.73 Q, SB
11 1 Rolf Fongué   Switzerland 6.73 q
13 2 Odain Rose  Sweden 6.74 Q
13 1 Tom Kling-Baptiste  Sweden 6.74 q, SB
13 3 Ricardo Monteiro  Portugal 6.74 q
16 3 Adam Zavacký  Slovakia 6.76 q
17 2 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 6.78
18 2 Visa Hongisto  Finland 6.79
19 1 Diogo Antunes  Portugal 6.81
20 2 Riste Pandev  Macedonia 6.95
21 1 Mikel de Sa  Andorra 7.36
22 2 Dominic Carroll  Gibraltar 7.44

Semifinals[edit]

Qualification: First 4 (Q) advanced to the final.[4][5]

Jimmy Vicaut won the gold for France.
James Dasaolu of Great Britain finished second in the final.
Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Note
1 2 James Dasaolu  Great Britain 6.52 Q, PB
2 1 Michael Tumi  Italy 6.58 Q
3 1 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure  Norway 6.59 Q, SB
4 2 Jimmy Vicaut  France 6.60 Q
5 2 Odain Rose  Sweden 6.63 Q, PB
6 1 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey  Great Britain 6.64 Q, SB
7 1 Emmanuel Biron  France 6.65 Q
8 1 Catalin Cîmpeanu  Romania 6.66
8 2 Julian Reus  Germany 6.66 Q
10 1 Stefan Tärnhuvud  Sweden 6.67 PB
11 1 Tom Kling-Baptiste  Sweden 6.73 SB
12 2 Rolf Fongué   Switzerland 6.75
13 2 Adam Zavacký  Slovakia 6.75
14 2 Aleksandr Brednev  Russia 6.75
15 1 Ricardo Monteiro  Portugal 6.76
16 2 Simone Collio  Italy 6.89

Final[edit]

The 60 metres final in progress.

The final was held at 18:40.[6][7]

Rank Lane Athlete Nationality Time Note
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 Jimmy Vicaut  France 6.48 WL, PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 James Dasaolu  Great Britain 6.48 =WL, PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Michael Tumi  Italy 6.52
4 4 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure  Norway 6.61
5 8 Odain Rose  Sweden 6.62 PB
6 1 Julian Reus  Germany 6.62
7 7 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey  Great Britain 6.63 SB
8 2 Emmanuel Biron  France 6.63 =SB

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