2019 European Athletics U23 Championships

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2019 European Athletics U23 Championships
Gävle2019logo.png
Host cityGävle, Sweden
Date(s)11–14 July
Main stadiumGavlehov Stadium Park
LevelUnder 23
TypeOutdoor
Participation1105 athletes from
50 nations
Events44

The 2019 European Athletics U23 Championships was the 12th edition of the biennial athletics competition between European athletes under the age of twenty-three. It was held in Gävle, Sweden from 11 to 14 July. [1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Henrik Larsson
 Sweden
10.23 Oliver Bromby
 Great Britain
10.24 Joris van Gool
 Netherlands
10.27
200 metres
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Shemar Boldizsar
 Great Britain
20.89 Kobe Vleminckx
 Belgium
21.04 Ryan Zézé
 France
21.05
400 metres
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Fabrisio Saïdy
 France
45.79 EU23L Cameron Chalmers
 Great Britain
45.92 SB Brayan Lopez
 Italy
46.16 PB
800 metres
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Mateusz Borkowski
 Poland
1:48.75 Spencer Thomas
 Great Britain
1:49.06 Pablo Sánchez-Valladares
 Spain
1:49.36
1500 metres
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Ignacio Fontes
 Spain
3:50.38 Piers Copeland
 Great Britain
3:50.89 Elzan Bibić
 Serbia
3:50.90
5000 metres
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Jimmy Gressier
 France
14:16.55 Hugo Hay
 France
14:17.00 Abdessamad Oukhelfen
 Spain
14:17.23
10,000 metres
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Jimmy Gressier
 France
28:44.17 Tadesse Getahon
 Israel
28:46.97 Emile Cairess
 Great Britain
28:50.21
110 metres hurdles
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Jason Joseph
  Switzerland
13.45 Michał Sierocki
 Poland
13.63 PB Cameron Fillery
 Great Britain
13.64
400 metres hurdles
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Wilfried Happio
 France
49.03 U23L PB Nick Smidt
 Netherlands
49.49 PB Emil Agyekum
 Germany
49.69 PB
3000 metres steeplechase
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Frederik Ruppert
 Germany
8:44.49 Alexis Phelut
 France
8:45.04 Simon Sundström
 Sweden
8:45.82
4 × 100 metres relay
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Kevin Kranz
Deniz Almas
Marvin Schulte
Philipp Trutenat
 Germany
39.22 Amaury Golitin
Yanis Ammour
Ryan Zézé
Max Sirguey
 France
39.57 Simon Verherstraeten
Antoine Snyders
Kobe Vleminckx
Raphaël Kapenda
Camille Snyders*
 Belgium
39.77
4 × 400 metres relay
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Maximilian Grupen
Fabian Dammermann
Marvin Schlegel
Manuel Sanders
Jean Paul Bredau*
 Germany
3:03.92 Alex Haydock-Wilson
Joe Brier
Lee Thompson
Cameron Chalmers
Ellis Greatrex*
 Great Britain
3:04.59 Loïc Prévot
Lidji Mbaye
Téo Andant
Fabrisio Saïdy
Diego Milla*
Lorenzo Ricque*
 France
3:05.36
20 kilometres walk
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Vasiliy Mizinov
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
1:21:29 EU23L Salih Korkmaz
 Turkey
1:21:32 NR Callum Wilkinson
 Great Britain
1:22:13

* Medalists who participated in heats only.

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Maksim Nedasekau
 Belarus
2.29 m Tom Gale
 Great Britain
2.27 m SB Norbert Kobielski
 Poland
2.23 m
Pole vault
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Bo Kanda Lita Bähre
 Germany
5.65 m Emmanouil Karalis
 Greece
5.60 m Thibaut Collet
 France
5.60 m
Long jump
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Miltiadis Tentoglou
 Greece
8.32 m EL Héctor Santos
 Spain
8.19 m PB Gabriele Chilà
 Italy
8.00 m PB
Triple jump
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Necati Er
 Turkey
17.37 m WU23L NR Nazim Babayev
 Azerbaijan
17.03 m Andrea Dallavalle
 Italy
16.95 PB
Shot put
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Konrad Bukowiecki
 Poland
21.51 m Leonardo Fabbri
 Italy
20.50 m Wictor Petersson
 Sweden
19.53 m
Discus throw
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Kristjan Čeh
 Slovenia
63.82 m WU23L PB Clemens Prüfer
 Germany
62.15 m Oskar Stachnik
 Poland
60.01 m
Hammer throw
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Alberto González
 Spain
74.36 m PB Bence Halász
 Hungary
74.14 m Myhaylo Havrylyuk
 Ukraine
72.23 m
Javelin throw
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Cyprian Mrzygłód
 Poland
84.97 m CR NU23R PB Alexandru Novac
 Romania
81.75 m Aliaksei Katkavets
 Belarus
80.31 m

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Decathlon
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Niklas Kaul
 Germany
8572 pts CR Johannes Erm
 Estonia
8445 pts NU23R Manuel Eitel
 Germany
8067 pts

Women[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Ewa Swoboda
 Poland
11.15 SB Cynthia Leduc
 France
11.40 Lisa Nippgen
 Germany
11.45
200 metres
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Sindija Bukša
 Latvia
23.24 SB Estelle Raffai
 France
23.35 SB Sarah Richard
 France
23.50
400 metres
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Natalia Kaczmarek
 Poland
52.34 PB Lada Vondrová
 Czech Republic
52.40 Andrea Miklos
 Romania
52.66 SB
800 metres
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Jemma Reekie
 Great Britain
2:05.19 Ellie Baker
 Great Britain
2:06.33 Nadia Power
 Ireland
2:06.68
1500 metres
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Jemma Reekie
 Great Britain
4:22.81 Elise Vanderelst
 Belgium
4:23.50 Marta Zenoni
 Italy
4:23.96
5000 metres
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Anna Emilie Møller
 Denmark
15:07.70 NR Alina Reh
 Germany
15:11.25 Célia Antón
 Spain
15:28.66 NU23R
10,000 metres
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Alina Reh
 Germany
31:39.34 CR Miriam Dattke
 Germany
32:29.45 PB Jasmijn Lau
 Netherlands
33:35.66
100 metres hurdles
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Elvira Herman
 Belarus
12.70 CR Klaudia Siciarz
 Poland
12.82 PB Laura Valette
 France
12.97
400 metres hurdles
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Paulien Couckuyt
 Belgium
56.17 PB Linda Olivieri
 Italy
56.22 Yasmin Giger
  Switzerland
56.37 SB
3000 metres steeplechase
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Anna Emilie Møller
 Denmark
9:27.31 CR Eilish Flanagan
 Ireland
9:51.72 PB Claudia Prisecaru
 Romania
9:53.21 PB
4 × 100 metres relay
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Jennifer Montag
Sophia Junk
Keshia Kwadwo
Lisa Nippgen
 Germany
43.45 Leisly Regulier
Estelle Raffai
Eloise de la Taille
Sarah Richard
 France
43.82 Klaudia Siciarz
Martyna Kotwila
Marlena Gola
Ewa Swoboda
Jagoda Mierzyńska*
 Poland
44.08
4 × 400 metres relay
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Karolina Lozowska
Natalia Widawska
Natalia Wosztyl
Natalia Kaczmarek
 Poland
3:32.56 Lily Beckford
Yasmin Liverpool
Finette Agyapong
Hannah Williams
 Great Britain
3:32.91 Nelly Schmidt
Alica Schmidt
Corinna Schwab
Luna Bulmahn
 Germany
3:33.83
20 kilometres walk
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Ayşe Tekdal
 Turkey
1:34:47 Olga Niedziałek
 Poland
1:35:54 Yana Smerdova
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
1:35:58 SB

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
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Yuliya Levchenko
 Ukraine
1.97 m Christina Honsel
 Germany
1.92 m PB Ella Junnila
 Finland
1.92 m
Pole vault
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Angelica Moser
  Switzerland
4.56 m EU23L Amálie Švábícová
 Czech Republic
4.35 m Yelizaveta Bondarenko
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
4.35 m
Long jump
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Hilary Kpatcha
 France
6.73 m Petra Beáta Farkas
 Hungary
6.55 m PB Milica Gardašević
 Serbia
6.43 m
Triple jump
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Diana Zagainova
 Lithuania
13.89 m Tuğba Danışmaz
 Turkey
13.85 m NU23R PB Viyaleta Skvartsova
 Belarus
13.79 m SB
Shot put
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Alina Kenzel
 Germany
17.94 m Katharina Maisch
 Germany
17.64 m Julia Ritter
 Germany
17.17 m
Discus throw
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Marija Tolj
 Croatia
62.76 m EU23L PB Alexandra Emilianov
 Moldova
57.30 m Annina Brandenburg
 Germany
56.52 m
Hammer throw
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Sofiya Palkina
 Authorised Neutral Athletes
71.08 m Nastassia Maslava
 Belarus
69.36 m SB Sara Fantini
 Italy
68.35 m
Javelin throw
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Annika Fuchs
 Germany
63.38 m PB Eda Tuğsuz
 Turkey
61.03 m Evelina Mendes
 France
55.57 m

Combined[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon
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Géraldine Ruckstuhl
  Switzerland
6274 pts SB Sophie Weißenberg
 Germany
6175 pts Hanne Maudens
 Belgium
6093 pts SB

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Sweden)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)96621
2 Poland (POL)63312
3 France (FRA)56617
4 Great Britain (GBR)38314
5  Switzerland (SUI)3014
6 Turkey (TUR)2305
7 Spain (ESP)2136
8 Belarus (BLR)2125
 Authorised Neutral Athletes (ANA)2024
9 Denmark (DEN)2002
10 Belgium (BEL)1225
11 Greece (GRE)1102
12 Sweden (SWE)*1023
13 Ukraine (UKR)1012
14 Croatia (CRO)1001
 Latvia (LAT)1001
 Lithuania (LTU)1001
 Slovenia (SLO)1001
18 Italy (ITA)0257
19 Czech Republic (CZE)0202
 Hungary (HUN)0202
21 Netherlands (NED)0123
 Romania (ROU)0123
23 Ireland (IRL)0112
24 Azerbaijan (AZE)0101
 Estonia (EST)0101
 Israel (ISR)0101
 Moldova (MDA)0101
28 Serbia (SRB)0022
29 Finland (FIN)0011
Totals (29 nations)444444132

Participation[edit]

1105 athletes from 50 nations are expected to compete.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Timetable" (PDF). European Athletics. 20 February 2019. Retrieved 9 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Final Entries - Athletes List by event" (PDF). European Athletics. 1 July 2019. Retrieved 2 July 2019.

External links[edit]