2014 European Athletics Championships – Men's 800 metres

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The men's 800 metres at the 2014 European Athletics Championships took place at the Letzigrund on 12, 13, and 15 August.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Adam Kszczot
 Poland
Silver Artur Kuciapski
 Poland
Bronze Mark English
 Ireland

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2014 European Athletics Championships
World record  David Rudisha (KEN) 1:40.91 London, Great Britain 9 August 2012
European record  Wilson Kipketer (DEN) 1:41.11 Cologne, Germany 24 August 1997
Championship record  Olaf Beyer (GDR) 1:43.84 Prague, Czechoslovakia 31 August 1978
World Leading  Nijel Amos (BOT) 1:42.45 Fontvieille, Monaco 18 July 2014
European Leading  Pierre-Ambroise Bosse (FRA) 1:42.53 Fontvieille, Monaco 18 July 2014

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
12 August 2014 19:05 Round 1
13 August 2014 21:08 Semifinals
15 August 2014 19:55 Final

All times are local times (UTC+2)

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

First 3 in each heat (Q) and 4 best performers (q) advance to the Semifinals.

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 2 1 Mark English  Ireland 1:47.38 Q
2 2 3 Artur Kuciapski  Poland 1:47.45 Q
3 4 5 Andreas Bube  Denmark 1:47.50 Q
4 4 2 Pierre-Ambroise Bosse  France 1:47.54 Q
5 1 6 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:47.83 Q
6 2 6 Paul Renaudie  France 1:47.88 Q
7 4 7 Jozef Repčík  Slovakia 1:47.90 Q
8 3 4 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:47.92 Q
9 1 3 Kevin López  Spain 1:47.93 Q
10 2 4 Tamás Kazi  Hungary 1:48.05 q
11 4 4 Dennis Krüger  Germany 1:48.06 q
12 3 1 Amel Tuka  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:48.07 Q
13 4 1 Johan Rogestedt  Sweden 1:48.19 q
14 3 7 Andreas Almgren  Sweden 1:48.22 Q
15 3 2 Giordano Benedetti  Italy 1:48.29 q
16 2 7 Andrew Osagie  Great Britain 1:48.31
17 1 4 Sofiane Selmouni  France 1:48.46 Q
18 4 3 Michael Rimmer  Great Britain 1:48.51
19 4 6 Andreas Roth  Norway 1:48.61
20 1 5 Roald Hagbart Frøskeland  Norway 1:48.62
21 1 8 Andreas Rapatz  Austria 1:48.65
22 4 8 Žan Rudolf  Slovenia 1:48.75
23 3 8 Thomas Roth  Norway 1:48.86
24 3 5 Hugo Santacruz   Switzerland 1:49.16
25 2 8 Nikolaus Franzmair  Austria 1:49.18
26 2 5 Sandy Martins  Portugal 1:49.51
27 1 1 Thijmen Kupers  Netherlands 1:49.69
28 3 6 Declan Murray  Ireland 1:50.01
29 4 8 Luis Alberto Marco  Spain 1:50.07
30 1 8 Dmitrijs Jurkevičs  Latvia 1:50.12
31 2 2 Charel Grethen  Luxembourg 1:50.36
32 1 7 Rickard Gunnarsson  Sweden 1:50.58
33 3 3 David Fiegen  Luxembourg 1:51.00
34 1 2 Jan van den Broeck  Belgium 1:52.09

Semifinals[edit]

First 3 in each heat (Q) and 2 best performers (q) advance to the Final.

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 5 Pierre-Ambroise Bosse  France 1:45.94 Q
2 1 8 Artur Kuciapski  Poland 1:46.05 Q
3 1 7 Andreas Bube  Denmark 1:46.09 Q, SB
4 1 6 Mark English  Ireland 1:46.23 q
5 1 2 Jozef Repčík  Slovakia 1:46.94 q, SB
6 2 6 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:47.12 Q
7 2 5 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:47.14 Q
8 2 2 Amel Tuka  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:47.18 Q
9 2 8 Paul Renaudie  France 1:47.54
10 1 4 Andreas Almgren  Sweden 1:47.55
11 2 1 Tamás Kazi  Hungary 1:48.04
12 2 3 Dennis Krüger  Germany 1:48.33
13 1 3 Giordano Benedetti  Italy 1:48.58
14 1 1 Kevin López  Spain 1:48.90
15 2 4 Sofiane Selmouni  France 1:51.01
16 2 7 Johan Rogestedt  Sweden 1:53.70

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Adam Kszczot  Poland 1:44.15 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) 8 Artur Kuciapski  Poland 1:44.89 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Mark English  Ireland 1:45.03 =SB
4 7 Andreas Bube  Denmark 1:45.21 SB
5 3 Marcin Lewandowski  Poland 1:45.78
6 2 Amel Tuka  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:46.12 NR
7 1 Jozef Repčík  Slovakia 1:46.29 SB
8 6 Pierre-Ambroise Bosse  France 1:46.55

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