2016 European Athletics Youth Championships

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1st European Athletics Youth Championships
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Host cityTbilisi, Georgia
Date(s)14–17 July 2016
Main stadiumAthletics Stadium of Tbilisi
LevelYouth
Participation900 athletes from
46 nations
Events40
2018

The 2016 European Athletics Youth Championships was the first edition of the biennial, continental athletics competition for European athletes aged fifteen to seventeen. It was held in Tbilisi, Georgia from 14–17 July and was established following the 2013 Congress of the EAA in Skopje.[1] The event programme mirrored that of the previous IAAF World Youth Championships in Athletics, with the exception of a boy's decathlon, rather than the octathlon. Around 900 athletes from 46 European Athletics Member Federations took part.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Marvin Schulte
 Germany
10.56 PB Henrik Larsson
 Sweden
10.57 PB Samuel Purola
 Finland
10.62 =PB
200 metres Jona Efoloko
 Great Britain
21.15 Kasper Kadestål
 Sweden
21.18 PB Pol Retamal
 Spain
21.24
400 metres Ihar Zubko
 Belarus
47.16 PB Mihai Cristian Pislaru
 Romania
47.46 Mahsum Korkmaz
 Turkey
47.69
800 metres George Mills
 Great Britain
1:48.82 PB Andrea Romani
 Italy
1:49.58 Simone Barontini
 Italy
1:49.78
1500 metres Jake Heyward
 Great Britain
4:00.64 Pierre Proust
 France
4:01.62 Enrique Herreros
 Spain
4:02.06
3000 metres Elzan Bibić
 Serbia
8:09.06 Annasse Mahboub El Hamdouini
 Spain
8:20.20 PB Adrian Garcea
 Romania
8:20.94 PB
110 metres hurdles Dániel Eszes
 Hungary
13.39 PB Tuur Bras
 Belgium
13.42 PB Jason Nicholson
 Great Britain
13.45 PB
400 metres hurdles Alessandro Sibilio
 Italy
51.46 PB Aleix Porras
 Spain
51.56 Emil Agyekum
 Germany
51.80 PB
2000 metres steeplechase Tim Van De Velde
 Belgium
5:53.77 Stefan Schmid
 Austria
5:54.79 PB Rémi Schyns
 Belgium
5:55.06 PB
Medley relay  Italy
Lorenzo Paissan
Mario Marchei
Alessandro Sibilio
Andrea Romani
1:52.78 PB  Spain
Sergio López
Jesús Gómez
Pol Retamal
Ivan Alba
1:53.62 PB  Poland
Damian Sztejkowski
Rafał Pająk
Szymon Kreft
Maciej Wójcik
1:53.80 PB
10,000 m walk Łukasz Niedziałek
 Poland
44:06.49 Abdulselam Imük
 Turkey
45:30.41 David Kuster
 France
45:42.09
High jump Lucas Mihota
 Germany
2.18 PB Adonios Merlos
 Greece
2.16 =PB Dmytro Nikitin
 Ukraine
2.16 PB
Pole vault Emmanouil Karalis
 Greece
5.45 Bo Kanda Lita Baehre
 Germany
5.30 =PB Sondre Guttormsen
 Norway
5.05 PB
Long jump Panayiotis Mantzouroyiannis
 Greece
7.60 Enzo Hodebar
 France
7.54 Bogdan Sitoianu
 Romania
7.31 PB
Triple jump Martin Lamou
 France
16.03 PB Andrea Dallavalle
 Italy
15.74 PB Razvan Cristian Grecu
 Romania
15.62 SB
Shot put Odisseas Mouzenidis
 Greece
21.51 NYR Dzmitriy Karpuk
 Belarus
21.24 PB Eero Ahola
 Finland
21.24
Discus throw Georgios Koniarakis
 Cyprus
62.16 Tim Ader
 Germany
60.84 PB Jan Vasco Bringmann
 Germany
60.62 PB
Hammer throw Myhaylo Havrylyuk
 Ukraine
82.26 NYR Jake Norris
 Great Britain
79.20 PB Ragnar Carlsson
 Sweden
75.71 PB
Javelin throw Kristaps Jaunpujens
 Latvia
77.01 Alexei Oleinik
 Moldova
74.49 PB Matiss Velps
 Latvia
74.47 PB
Decathlon Manuel Wagner
 Germany
7382 PB Jorg Vanlierde
 Belgium
7311 PB Leon Okafor
 Austria
7232

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Keshia Kwadwo
 Germany
11.76 Gina Akpe-Moses
 Ireland
11.80 PB Klaudia Adamek
 Poland
11.82
200 metres Marine Mignon
 France
23.35 PB Alisha Rees
 Great Britain
23.70 Nikola Bendová
 Czech Republic
24.00
400 metres Andrea Miklós
 Romania
52.70 PB Karolina Łozowska
 Poland
54.56 Josefine Tomine Eriksen
 Norway
55.26
800 metres Isabelle Boffey
 Great Britain
2:07.19 Anna Burt
 Great Britain
2:08.54 Gabriela Gajanová
 Slovakia
2:09.43
1500 metres Delia Sclabas
  Switzerland
4:22.51 PB Sabrina Sinha
 Great Britain
4:23.10 Erin Wallace
 Great Britain
4:28.17
3000 metres Delia Sclabas
  Switzerland
9:23.44 PB Stine Wangberg
 Norway
9:26.65 PB Lucy Pygott
 Great Britain
9:28.15 PB
100 metres hurdles Desola Oki
 Italy
13.30 =PB Viktoryia Zakharchuk
 Belarus
13.48 PB Molly Scott
 Ireland
13.51
400 metres hurdles Viivi Lehikoinen
 Finland
58.28 Yasmin Giger
  Switzerland
58.39 PB Sara Gallego
 Spain
58.73 PB
2000 metres steeplechase Anna Mark Helwigh
 Denmark
6:34.52 PB Tíra Pavuk
 Hungary
6:41.70 Lora Ontl
 Croatia
6:43.60 PB
Medley relay  France
Cyrena Samba-Mayela
Éloïse de la Taille
Marine Mignon
Iman Jean
2:08.48 PB  Poland
Klaudia Adamek
Alicja Potasznik
Martyna Kotwiła
Karolina Łozowska
2:08.57 PB  Italy
Camilla Maestrini
Zaynab Dosso
Valeria Simonelli
Letizia Tiso
2:08.99 PB
5000 m walk Meryem Bekmez
 Turkey
22:50.22 PB Ayşe Tekdal
 Turkey
22:58.17 PB Marina Peña
 Spain
23:05.90
High jump Maja Nilsson
 Sweden
1.82 PB Urte Baikstyte
 Lithuania
1.79 Despina Maltabe
 Greece
1.75
Pole vault Alina Strömberg
 Finland
4.15 PB Meritxell Benito
 Spain
4.05 Amálie Švábíková
 Czech Republic
4.05
Long jump Holly Mills
 Great Britain
6.19 Maja Bedrač
 Slovenia
6.19 Marisa Carvalho
 Portugal
6.08
Triple jump Georgiana Iuliana Anitei
 Romania
13.19 Eva Pepelnak
 Slovenia
13.03 PB Tene Cisse
 France
12.79
Shot put Alexandra Emelianova
 Moldova
18.50 PB Jule Steuer
 Germany
17.97 PB Sydney Giampietro
 Italy
17.45
Discus throw Alexandra Emelianova
 Moldova
58.09 PB Amelie Döbler
 Germany
50.14 Helena Leveelahti
 Finland
49.34 PB
Hammer throw Kateřina Skypalová
 Czech Republic
66.58 PB Tatsiana Ramanouvich
 Belarus
66.16 Kiira Väänänen
 Finland
66.00
Javelin throw Arianne Duarte Morais
 Norway
60.89 PB Carolina Visca
 Italy
59.10 Elina Kinnunen
 Finland
57.40 PB
Heptathlon Alina Shukh
 Ukraine
6186 WYB Sarah Lagger
 Austria
6175 NYR Niamh Emerson
 Great Britain
5919

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Great Britain (GBR)54413
2 Germany (GER)44210
3 Italy (ITA)3339
4 France (FRA)3227
5 Greece (GRE)3115
6 Romania (ROU)2136
7 Moldova (MDA)2103
  Switzerland (SUI)2103
9 Finland (FIN)2057
10 Ukraine (UKR)2013
11 Belarus (BLR)1304
12 Poland (POL)1225
13 Belgium (BEL)1214
 Sweden (SWE)1214
 Turkey (TUR)1214
16 Norway (NOR)1124
17 Hungary (HUN)1102
18 Czech Republic (CZE)1023
19 Latvia (LAT)1012
20 Cyprus (CYP)1001
 Denmark (DEN)1001
 Serbia (SRB)1001
23 Spain (ESP)0448
24 Austria (AUT)0213
25 Slovenia (SLO)0202
26 Ireland (IRL)0112
27 Lithuania (LTU)0101
28 Croatia (CRO)0011
 Portugal (POR)0011
 Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (30 nations)404040120

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Youth Champs offer a golden chance to learn". EAA. 4 April 2016. Archived from the original on 21 July 2016. Retrieved 28 May 2016.

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