2019 European Athletics U20 Championships

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2019 European Athletics U20 Championships
2019 European Athletics U20 Championships.png
Host cityBorås, Sweden
Date(s)18–21 July
Main stadiumRyavallen
LevelUnder 20
Participation1114 athletes from
48 nations

The 2019 European Athletics U20 Championships were the 25th edition of the biennial European U20 athletics championships. They were held in Borås, Sweden from 18 July to 21 July.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Lorenzo Paissan
 Italy
10.44 Antoni Plichta
 Poland
10.52 Chad Miller
 Great Britain
10.53
200 metres Onyema Adigida
 Netherlands
21.08 Elias Goer
 Germany
21.16 Mattia Donola
 Italy
21.18
400 metres Edoardo Scotti
 Italy
45.85
EU20L
Bernat Erta
 Spain
46.24
PB
Ricky Petrucciani
  Switzerland
46.34
800 metres Oliver Dustin
 Great Britain
1:50.56 Ben Pattison
 Great Britain
1:50.68 Finley McLear
 Great Britain
1:51.19
1500 metres Nuno Pereira
 Portugal
3:55.85 Robin van Riel
 Netherlands
3:56.03 Joshua Lay
 Great Britain
3:56.20
3000 metres Elias Schreml
 Germany
8:16.07
PB
Miloš Malešević
 Serbia
8:16.68
PB
Ömer Amaçtan
 Turkey
8:17.51
PB
5000 metres Aaron Las Heras
 Spain
14:02.76
PB
Ayetullah Aslanhan
 Turkey
14:05.01
PB
Darragh McElhinney
 Ireland
14:06.05
110 metres hurdles (100 cm) Joshua Zeller
 Great Britain
13.39 Mark Heiden
 Netherlands
13.58
PB
Paul Chabauty
 France
13.64
400 metres hurdles Carl Bengtström
 Sweden
50.32
SB
Seamus Derbyshire
 Great Britain
50.86
PB
Matej Baluch
 Slovakia
51.26
PB
3000 metres steeplechase Murat Yalçınkaya
 Turkey
8:58.20 Omar Nuur
 Sweden
8:58.79
PB
Etson Barros
 Portugal
9:01.85
4×100 metres relay  Germany
Fabian Olbert
Simon Wulff
Elias Goer
Lucas Ansah-Peprah
39.79  Italy
Mattia Donola
Lorenzo Paissan
Lorenzo Ianes
Lorenzo Patta
39.89  Netherlands
Keitharo Oosterwolde
Mark Heiden
Gino van Wijk
Brett Duff
40.28
4×400 metres relay  Turkey
Oğuzhan Kaya
Kubilay Ençu
Berke Akçam
İlyas Çanakcı
Emirhan Koş*
3:08.34
EU20L
 Czech Republic
Ladislav Topfer
Filip Ličman
Daniel Lehár
Matej Krsek
Jakub Majercák*
3:08.50
NU20R
 Spain
Eliezer Zolawo
Javier Sánchez
Vicente Antúnez
Bernat Erta
Gerson Pozo*
3:08.66
10,000 m walk Mikita Kaliada
 Belarus
41:10.03
EU20L
Riccardo Orsoni
 Italy
41:51.71
PB
Łukasz Niedziałek
 Poland
42:20.66
SB

* Medalists who participated in heats only.

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Thomas Carmoy
 Belgium
2.22 Oleh Doroshchuk
 Ukraine
2.14 Arttu Mattila
 Finland
2.12
SB
Pole vault Pål Haugen Lillefosse
 Norway
5.41 Illya Kravchenko
 Ukraine
5.31 Robin Emig
 France
5.31
PB
Long jump Jules Pommery
 France
7.83
PB
Jarod Biya
  Switzerland
7.78
NU20R
Andreas Samuel Bucșă
 Romania
7.53
Triple jump Artem Konovalenko
 Ukraine
16.50
EU20L
Mark Mazheika
 Belarus
16.22
PB
Andreas Pantazis
 Greece
16.08
PB
Shot put (6 kg) Aleh Tamashevich
 Belarus
21.32 Wojciech Marok
 Poland
20.07
PB
Alperen Karahan
 Turkey
19.76
Discus throw (1.75 kg) Yasiel Brayan Sotero
 Spain
62.93 Michal Forejt
 Czech Republic
62.17
PB
Jakub Forejt
 Czech Republic
61.64
Hammer throw (6 kg) Myhaylo Kokhan
 Ukraine
84.73
EU20R CR WU20L
Hristos Frantzeskakis
 Greece
84.22
NU20R
Giorgio Olivieri
 Italy
78.75
Javelin throw Simon Wieland
  Switzerland
79.44
NU23R
Krišjanis Suntažs
 Latvia
79.23
PB
Dimítrios Tsitsos
 Greece
77.79
PB

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Decathlon Simon Ehammer
  Switzerland
7851
NU20R
Léon Mak
 Netherlands
7700
PB
Markus Rooth
 Norway
7692
PB

Women[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Vittoria Fontana
 Italy
11.40
NU20R
N'ketia Seedo
 Netherlands
11.40 Jaël Bestué
 Spain
11.59
200 metres Amy Hunt
 Great Britain
22.94 Gemima Joseph
 France
23.60 Lucie Ferauge
 Belgium
23.63
400 metres Polina Miller
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
51.72
EU23L
Amber Anning
 Great Britain
52.18
PB
Barbora Malíková
 Czech Republic
52.37
NU20R
800 metres Isabelle Boffey
 Great Britain
2:02.92
EU20L
Delia Sclabas
  Switzerland
2:03.36 Keely Hodgkinson
 Great Britain
2:03.40
PB
1500 metres Delia Sclabas
  Switzerland
4:25.95 Sarah Healy
 Ireland
4:27.14 Tugba Toptaş
 Turkey
4:28.13
3000 metres Zofia Dudek
 Poland
9:30.06 Mariana Machado
 Portugal
9:30.66 Elisa Ducoli
 Italy
9:32.42
5000 metres Klara Lukan
 Slovenia
16:03.62
EU20L
Nadia Battocletti
 Italy
16:09.39
PB
Laura Valgreen Petersen
 Denmark
16:10.44
PB
100 metres hurdles Tilde Johansson
 Sweden
13.16
EU20L
Pia Skrzyszowska
 Poland
13.35
PB
Lucy-Jane Matthews
 Great Britain
13.38
NU18B
400 metres hurdles Femke Bol
 Netherlands
56.25 Sára Mátó
 Hungary
56.89
NU23R
Sara Gallego
 Spain
57.44
SB
3000 metres steeplechase Paula Schneiders
 Germany
10:08.66
PB
Claire Palou
 France
10:12.31
NU20R
Josina Papenfuß
 Germany
10:12.42
4×100 metres relay  Great Britain
Cassie-Ann Pemberton
Amy Hunt
Georgina Adam
Immanuela Aliu
44.11  Netherlands
Minke Bisschops
Zoë Sedney
Demi van den Wildenberg
N'ketia Seedo
44.21  Germany
Kathleen Reinhardt
Denise Uphoff
Chiara Schimpf
Talea Prepens
Svenja Pfetsch*
44.34
4×400 metres relay  Great Britain
Natasha Harrison
Isabelle Boffey
Louise Evans
Amber Anning
Maisey Snaith*
Nayanna Dubarry-Gay*
Hannah Foster*
3:33.03
WU23L
 Belarus
Katsiaryna Zhyvayeva
Asteria Limai
Valiantsina Chymbar
Alina Luchshava
3:37.06
NU20R
 Poland
Aleksandra Formella
Sara Neumann
Aleksandra Wsołek
Susane Lächele
Paulina Zielińska*
3:37.13
10,000 m walk Meryem Bekmez
 Turkey
44:44.50 Evin Demir
 Turkey
46:38.68 Mariona García
 Spain
46:50.50
PB

* Medalists who participated in heats only.

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Yaroslava Mahuchikh
 Ukraine
1.92 Adelina Khalikova
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
1.90
=WU18L
Natalya Spiridonova
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
1.87
Pole vault Aksana Gataullina
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
4.36
EU20L
Marie-Julie Bonnin
 France
4.16
PB
Elien Vekemans
 Belgium
4.16
Long jump Larissa Iapichino
 Italy
6.58 Tilde Johansson
 Sweden
6.52 Holly Mills
 Great Britain
6.50
Triple jump Spiridoula Karidi
 Greece
14.00
NU20R
Aleksandra Nacheva
 Bulgaria
13.81 Rūta Lasmane
 Latvia
13.48
Shot put Jorinde van Klinken
 Netherlands
17.39 Pınar Akyol
 Turkey
16.19
WU18L
Erna Sóley Gunnarsdóttir
 Iceland
15.65
Discus throw Alida van Daalen
 Netherlands
55.92
NU18B
Özlem Becerek
 Turkey
54.17 Amanda Ngandu-Ntumba
 France
53.22
Hammer throw Valeriya Ivanenko
 Ukraine
65.83 Samantha Borutta
 Germany
63.53 Zsanett Németh
 Hungary
61.99
Javelin throw Carolina Visca
 Italy
56.48 Julia Ulbricht
 Germany
54.98 Gedly Tugi
 Estonia
54.52
PB

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon María Vicente
 Spain
6115
NR, WU20L
Kate O'Connor
 Ireland
6093
Annik Kälin
  Switzerland
6069
PB

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Sweden)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Great Britain (GBR)63615
2 Italy (ITA)53311
3 Netherlands (NED)45110
4 Ukraine (UKR)4206
5 Turkey (TUR)34310
6 Germany (GER)3328
7  Switzerland (SUI)3227
8 Spain (ESP)3148
9 Belarus (BLR)2204
 Sweden (SWE)*2204
 Authorised Neutral Athletes (ANA)2114
11 France (FRA)1337
12 Poland (POL)1326
13 Greece (GRE)1124
14 Portugal (POR)1113
15 Belgium (BEL)1023
16 Norway (NOR)1012
17 Slovenia (SLO)1001
18 Czech Republic (CZE)0224
19 Ireland (IRL)0213
20 Hungary (HUN)0112
 Latvia (LAT)0112
22 Bulgaria (BUL)0101
 Serbia (SRB)0101
24 Denmark (DEN)0011
 Estonia (EST)0011
 Finland (FIN)0011
 Iceland (ISL)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
 Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (29 nations)444444132

Participation[edit]

1,114 athletes from 48 nations are expected to participate in these championships.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Borås to host the 2019 European Athletics U20 Championships". European Athletics. 24 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Final Entries - Athletes List by event" (PDF). European Athletics. 9 July 2019.

External links[edit]