2017 European Athletics U23 Championships

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2017 European Athletics U23 Championships
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Host cityBydgoszcz, Poland
Date(s)13–16 July
Main stadiumZdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium
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LevelUnder 23
TypeOutdoor
Participation1013 athletes from
47 nations
Events44

The 2017 European Athletics U23 Championships is the 11th edition of the biennial athletics competition between European athletes under the age of twenty-three. It is held in Bydgoszcz, Poland from 13 to 16 July.[1] This is the second time that the competition is being hosted by Bydgoszcz after the 2003 edition.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 0.0 m/s)
details
Ojie Edoburun
 Great Britain
10.14 Ján Volko
 Slovakia
10.18 Jonathan Quarcoo
 Norway
10.29
200 metres
(wind: +1.6 m/s)
details
Ján Volko
 Slovakia
20.33
CR, NR
Gautier Dautremer
 France
20.66
PB
Roger Gurski
 Germany
20.70
400 metres
details
Luka Janežič
 Slovenia
45.33 Karsten Warholm
 Norway
45.75 Benjamin Lobo Vedel
 Denmark
46.08
800 metres
details
Andreas Kramer
 Sweden
1:48.15 Daniel Rowden
 Great Britain
1:48.16 Marc Reuther
 Germany
1:48.66
1500 metres
details
Marius Probst
 Germany
3:49.06 Filip Sasínek
 Czech Republic
3:49.23 Michał Rozmys
 Poland
3:49.30
5000 metres
details
Yemaneberhan Crippa
 Italy
14:14.28 Simon Debognies
 Belgium
14:14.71 Carlos Mayo
 Spain
14:15.07
10,000 metres
details
Carlos Mayo
 Spain
29:28.06 Amanal Petros
 Germany
29:34.94 Emmanuel Roudolff-Lévisse
 France
29:42.85
110 metres hurdles
details
Ludovic Payen
 France
13.49
PB
Khai Riley-Laborde
 Great Britain
13.65 Dylan Caty
 France
13.66
PB
400 metres hurdles
details
Karsten Warholm
 Norway
48.37
CR
Dany Brand
  Switzerland
49.14
NU23R
Ludvy Vaillant
 France
49.31
PB
3000 metres steeplechase
details
Yohanes Chiappinelli
 Italy
8:34.33 Ahmed Abdelwahed
 Italy
8:37.02 Jamaine Coleman
 Great Britain
8:40.44
4 × 100 metres relay
details
 Germany
Roger Gurski
Kai Köllmann
Philipp Trutenat
Daniel Hoffmann
Deniz Almas*
39.11  Great Britain
Theo Etienne
Kyle de Escofet
Reuben Arthur
Ojie Edoburun
39.11  Finland
Willem Kajander
Oskari Lehtonen
Samuli Samuelsson
Aleksi Lehto
39.70
4 × 400 metres relay
details
 Great Britain
Lee Thompson
Ben Snaith
Sam Hazel
Cameron Chalmers
Thomas Somers*
3:03.65  Poland
Wiktor Suwara
Przemysław Waściński
Kajetan Duszyński
Dariusz Kowaluk
Cezary Mirosław*
Łukasz Smolnicki *
3:04.22  France
Victor Coroller
Gilles Biron
Étienne Merville
Ludvy Vaillant
Adrien Coulibaly*
Hugo Houyez*
3:05.24
20 kilometres walk
details
Diego García
 Spain
1:22:29 Karl Junghannß
 Germany
1:22:52 Gabriel Bordier
 France
1:23:03
PB

* Medalists who participated in heats only.

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Dzmitry Nabokau
 Belarus
2.24 Christian Falocchi
 Italy
2.24
PB
Viktor Lonskyy
 Ukraine
2.24
Pole vault
details
Ben Broeders
 Belgium
5.60 Axel Chapelle
 France
5.60 Adrián Vallés
 Spain
5.50
Long jump
details
Vladyslav Mazur
 Ukraine
8.04
EL, PB
Filippo Randazzo
 Italy
7.98w Thobias Nilsson Montler
 Sweden
7.96
Triple jump
details
Nazim Babayev
 Azerbaijan
17.18
PB
Simo Lipsanen
 Finland
17.14
NR
Max Heß
 Germany
16.68
Shot put
details
Konrad Bukowiecki
 Poland
21.59
CR, EL
Denzel Comenentia
 Netherlands
19.86 Sebastiano Bianchetti
 Italy
19.69
Discus throw
details
Sven Martin Skagestad
 Norway
61.00 Alin Alexandru Firfirică
 Romania
60.17 Clemens Prüfer
 Germany
60.08
Hammer throw
details
Bence Halász
 Hungary
73.30 Bence Pásztor
 Hungary
71.51 Alexej Mikhailov
 Germany
70.60
Javelin throw
details
Norbert Rivasz-Tóth
 Hungary
83.08
NR
Ioannis Kiriazis
 Greece
81.04 Andrian Mardare
 Moldova
78.76

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Decathlon
details
Jiří Sýkora
 Czech Republic
8084 Fredrik Samuelsson
 Sweden
8010 Elmo Savola
 Finland
7956
PB

Women[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -0.6 m/s)
details
Ewa Swoboda
 Poland
11.42 Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
 Belarus
11.54 Sina Mayer
 Germany
11.58
200 metres
(wind: +1.3 m/s)
details
Finette Agyapong
 Great Britain
22.87 Sarah Atcho
  Switzerland
22.90
PB
Yana Kachur
 Ukraine
23.20
PB
400 metres
details
Gunta Latiševa-Čudare
 Latvia
52.00 Laura Müller
 Germany
52.42 Laura de Witte
 Netherlands
52.51
800 metres
details
Renée Eykens
 Belgium
2:04.73 Aníta Hinriksdóttir
 Iceland
2:05.02 Hannah Segrave
 Great Britain
2:05.53
1500 metres
details
Konstanze Klosterhalfen
 Germany
4:10.30 Sofia Ennaoui
 Poland
4:13.54 Martyna Galant
 Poland
4:17.91
5000 metres
details
Yasemin Can
 Turkey
15:01.67
CR
Alina Reh
 Germany
15:10.57
PB
Sarah Lahti
 Sweden
15:14.17
SB
10,000 metres
details
Yasemin Can
 Turkey
31:39.80
CR
Sarah Lahti
 Sweden
32:46.91 Büşra Nur Koku
 Turkey
33:33.22
100 metres hurdles
details
Nadine Visser
 Netherlands
12.92 Elvira Herman
 Belarus
12.95 Luca Kozák
 Hungary
13.06
400 metres hurdles
details
Ayomide Folorunso
 Italy
55.82
SB
Jessica Turner
 Great Britain
56.08
PB
Arna Stefanía Gudmundsdóttir
 Iceland
56.37
SB
3000 metres steeplechase
details
Anna-Emilie Møller
 Denmark
9:43.05 Nataliya Strebkova
 Ukraine
9:44.52
NU23R
Emma Oudiou
 France
9:50.30
SB
4 × 100 metres relay
details
 Spain
Paula Sevilla
Ane Petrirena
Lara Gómez
Cristina Lara
43.96  France
Maroussia Paré
Cynthia Leduc
Fanny Peltier
Amandine Brossier
44.06   Switzerland
Riccarda Dietsche
Sarah Atcho
Ajla Del Ponte
Géraldine Frey
44.07
4 × 400 metres relay
details
 Poland
Dominika Muraszewska
Adrianna Janowicz
Mariola Karaś
Aleksandra Gaworska
3:29.66  Germany
Hendrikje Richter
Laura Müller
Nelly Schmidt
Hannah Mergenthaler
3:30.18  Ukraine
Dariya Stavnycha
Yana Kachur
Tetyana Melnyk
Kateryna Klymyuk
3:30.22
20 kilometres walk
details
Klavdiya Afanasyeva
Individual Athletes
1:31:15 María Pérez
 Spain
1:31:29 Živilė Vaiciukevičiūtė
 Lithuania
1:32:21

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Yuliya Levchenko
 Ukraine
1.96 Iryna Herashchenko
 Ukraine
1.92 Erika Furlani
 Italy
1.86
Pole vault
details
Angelica Moser
  Switzerland
4.55 Maryna Kylypko
 Ukraine
4.45 Lucy Bryan
 Great Britain
4.40
=PB
Long jump
details
Yanis David
 France
6.56
PB
Anna Bühler
 Germany
6.50 Maryna Bekh
 Ukraine
6.48
Triple jump
details
Elena Panțuroiu
 Romania
14.27 Ana Peleteiro
 Spain
14.19 Rouguy Diallo
 France
13.99w
Shot put
details
Fanny Roos
 Sweden
18.14 Klaudia Kardasz
 Poland
17.67 Alina Kenzel
 Germany
17.46
Discus throw
details
Claudine Vita
 Germany
61.79 Daria Zabawska
 Poland
59.08 Veronika Domjan
 Slovenia
58.48
SB
Hammer throw
details
Alyona Shamotina
 Ukraine
67.46 Camille Sainte-Luce
 France
66.98 Beatrice Nedberge Llano
 Norway
66.74
Javelin throw
details
Sara Kolak
 Croatia
65.12 Anete Kociņa
 Latvia
64.47
PB
Marcelina Witek
 Poland
63.03
PB

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon
details
Caroline Agnou
  Switzerland
6330
NR
Verena Preiner
 Austria
6232
NU23R
Celina Leffler
 Germany
6070
PB

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Poland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)46818
2 Great Britain (GBR)34310
 Poland (POL)*34310
4 Ukraine (UKR)33410
5 Italy (ITA)3328
6 Spain (ESP)3227
7 France (FRA)24713
8 Sweden (SWE)2226
9  Switzerland (SUI)2215
10 Norway (NOR)2125
11 Hungary (HUN)2114
12 Belgium (BEL)2103
13 Turkey (TUR)2013
14 Belarus (BLR)1203
15 Netherlands (NED)1113
16 Czech Republic (CZE)1102
 Latvia (LAT)1102
 Romania (ROU)1102
 Slovakia (SVK)1102
20 Denmark (DEN)1012
 Slovenia (SLO)1012
22 Azerbaijan (AZE)1001
 Croatia (CRO)1001
Individual Athletes (IEA)1001
25 Finland (FIN)0123
26 Iceland (ISL)0112
27 Austria (AUT)0101
 Greece (GRE)0101
29 Lithuania (LTU)0011
 Moldova (MDA)0011
Totals (30 nations)444444132

Participation[edit]

Records[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team Manual" (PDF). European Athletics. Retrieved 11 July 2017.

External links[edit]