|Born||January 8, 1947 (age 72)|
Antti Kalliomäki (born January 8, 1947 in Siikainen) is a Finnish politician and former athlete. Kalliomäki is a member of the Social Democratic Party of Finland (SDP) and was a member of the Parliament of Finland from 1983 until 2011. He retired from politics in 2011.
He served as Minister of Trade and Industry in the first Lipponen cabinet from 1995 to 1999. Kalliomäki was the Deputy Prime Minister and the head of SDP ministerial group in Jäätteenmäki and first Vanhanen cabinets. He hold the posts of Minister of Finance from April 2003 to September 2005 until he was replaced by the new Chairman of SDP, Eero Heinäluoma. Kalliomäki continued in the cabinet as the Minister of Education from September 2005 to April 2007.
Kalliomäki was the chairman of the SDP parliamentary group from March 1991 to April 1995 and again from March 1999 until April 2003. In municipal politics, Kallomäki was member of Vantaa city council 1984–2000 and was in the municipal council of Nurmijärvi from 2005 until his retirement.
Before his political career, Kalliomäki was a successful athlete and won the silver medal in pole vault at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and participated also in the 1972 and 1980 Olympic Games. His personal record is 566 cm.
|1966||European Junior Games||Odessa, Soviet Union||1st||4.60 m|
|1971||European Indoor Championships||Sofia, Bulgaria||5th||5.00 m|
|European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||9th||5.00 m|
|1972||European Indoor Championships||Grenoble, France||3rd||5.30 m|
|Olympic Games||Munich, West Germany||1st (q)||5.10 m1|
|1973||European Indoor Championships||Rotterdam, Netherlands||10th||4.80 m|
|1974||European Indoor Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||2nd||5.30 m|
|European Championships||Rome, Italy||4th||5.30 m|
|1975||European Indoor Championships||Katowice, Poland||1st||5.35 m|
|1976||European Indoor Championships||Munich, West Germany||2nd||5.40 m|
|Olympic Games||Montreal, Canada||2nd||5.50 m|
|1977||European Indoor Championships||San Sebastián, Spain||2nd||5.31 m|
|1978||European Championships||Prague, Czechoslovakia||2nd||5.50 m|
|1980||European Indoor Championships||Sindelfingen, West Germany||6th||5.50 m|
|Olympic Games||Moscow, Soviet Union||–||NM|
|1982||European Championships||Athens, Greece||–||NM|
1No mark in the final
- "Finnish Government - Ministers of Trade and Industry". Valtioneuvosto.fi. Retrieved 30 March 2018.
- "Council of State - Ministers of Finance". Valtioneuvosto.fi. Retrieved 12 January 2018.
- "Edustajamatrikkeli". Eduskunta. Archived from the original on 2011-06-10. Retrieved 2019-05-24.
- Official home page (in Finnish)
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