Germany at the 2010 European Athletics Championships

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Germany were represented by 74 athletes at the 2010 European Athletics Championships held in Barcelona, Spain.[1]

Just five days before the start of the Championships, it was announced that marathon runner Falk Cierpinski had to pull out due to injury.[2]

Participants[edit]

Event Men Women
100 m Tobias Unger
Alexander Kosenkow
Christian Blum
Verena Sailer
Anne Möllinger
Yasmin Kwadwo
200 m Sebastian Ernst
Daniel Schnelting
800 m Claudia Hoffmann
1500 m Carsten Schlangen
Moritz Waldmann
5000 m Arne Gabius Sabrina Mockenhaupt
10000 m Jan Fitschen
Christian Glatting
Filmon Ghirmai
Sabrina Mockenhaupt
Marathon Martin Beckmann
Tobias Sauter
100 m hurdles Carolin Nytra
Cyndi Roleder
Nadine Hildebrand
110 m hurdles Alexander John
Matthias Bühler
400 m hurdles Fabienne Kohlmann
3000 st. Steffen Uliczka
20 km walk André Höhne
Maik Berger
Melanie Seeger
50 km walk Christopher Linke
André Höhne
High Jump Ariane Friedrich
Pole Vault Malte Mohr
Raphael Holzdeppe
Fabian Schulze
Silke Spiegelburg
Carolin Hingst
Lisa Ryzih
Long Jump Christian Reif Bianca Kappler
Nadja Käther
Triple Jump Katja Demut
Shot Put Ralf Bartels
David Storl
Nadine Kleinert
Petra Lammert
Denise Hinrichs
Discus Throw Robert Harting
Markus Münch
Martin Wierig
Nadine Müller
Sabine Rumpf
Hammer Throw Markus Esser Betty Heidler
Kathrin Klaas
Javelin Throw Matthias de Zordo Christina Obergföll
Katharina Molitor
Linda Stahl
Heptathlon Jennifer Oeser
Maren Schwerdtner
Claudia Rath
4x100 m relay Tobias Unger
Alexander Kosenkow
Christian Blum
Martin Keller
Sebastian Ernst
Marius Broening
Verena Sailer
Anne Möllinger
Yasmin Kwadwo
Marion Wagner
Katja Tengel
Carolin Nytra
4x400 m relay Kamghe Gaba
Thomas Schneider
Eric Krüger
Jonas Plass
Bastian Swillims
Esther Cremer
Claudia Hoffmann
Janin Lindenberg
Wiebke Ullmann
Fabienne Kohlmann
Jill Richards

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Track and road events
Event Athletes Heat Round 1 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
100 m Christian Blum 10.57 Q 23 10.69 24 Did not advance
Alexander Kosenkow 10.44 Q 15 10.38 12 Did not advance
Tobias Unger 10.35 Q 8 10.52 20 Did not advance
200 m Sebastian Ernst 20.72 Q 7 20.95 16 Did not advance
Daniel Schnelting 20.98 18 Did not advance
1500 m Carsten Schlangen 3:41.65 Q 5 3:43.52 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Moritz Waldmann 3:48.60 25 Did not advance
5000 m Arne Gabius 13:39.78 q 13 13:59.11 12
10000 m Jan Fitschen 29:16.59 12
Filmon Ghirmai 29:28.31 15
Christian Glatting 29:09.84 9
110 m hurdles Matthias Bühler 13.62 q 9 13.99 12 Did not advance
Alexander John 13.61 q 8 13.56 Q 6 13.71 8
3000 m steeplechase Steffen Uliczka 8:30.61 Q 8 8:25.39 PB 7
4x100 m relay Christian Blum
Marius Broening
Sebastian Ernst
Martin Keller
Alexander Kosenkow
Tobias Unger
38.75 Q 1 38.44 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
4x400 m relay Kamghe Gaba
Eric Krüger
Jonas Plass
Thomas Schneider
Bastian Swillims
3:03.83 Q 2 3:02.65 4
Marathon Martin Beckmann DNF
Tobias Sauter DNF
20 km walk Maik Berger 1:25:01 16
50 km walk André Höhne 3:49.29 7
Christopher Linke DNF


Field events
Event Athletes Qualification Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Long jump Christian Reif 8.27 EL Q 2 8.47 WL CR PB 1st, gold medalist(s)
Pole vault Raphael Holzdeppe 5.65 Q 6 5.60 9
Malte Mohr 5.50 17 Did not advance
Fabian Schulze 5.65 Q 8 5.70 SB 6
Shot put Ralf Bartels 20.37 Q 2 20.93 2nd, silver medalist(s)
David Storl 20.24 Q 5 20.57 5
Discus throw Robert Harting 66.93 Q 1 68.47 SB 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Markus Münch 58.81 24 Did not advance
Martin Wierig 62.57 q 9 63.32 7
Hammer throw Markus Esser 71.89 19 Did not advance
Javelin throw Matthias de Zordo 82.34 Q 3 87.81 PB 2nd, silver medalist(s)

Women[edit]

Track and road events
Event Athletes Heats Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
100 m Yasmin Kwadwo 11.68 22 Did not advance
Anne Möllinger 11.51 q 11 11.60 16 Did not advance
Verena Sailer 11.27 Q 1 11.06 Q 1 11.10 PB 1st, gold medalist(s)
800 m Claudia Hoffmann 2:01.19 14 Did not advance
5000 m Sabrina Mockenhaupt DNS
10000 m Sabrina Mockenhaupt 32:06.02 6
100 m hurdles Nadine Hildebrand 13.25 Q 15 12.96 PB q 8 13.08 8
Carolin Nytra 12.89 Q 4 12.75 Q 2 12.86 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Cyndi Roleder 13.19 q 12 DSQ Did not advance
400 m hurdles Fabienne Kohlmann 55.69 PB Q 8 55.49 PB 9 Did not advance
4x100 m relay Yasmin Kwadwo
Anne Möllinger
Carolin Nytra
Verena Sailer
Katja Tengel
Marion Wagner
DSQ Did not advance
4x400 m relay Esther Cremer
Claudia Hoffmann
Fabienne Kohlmann
Janin Lindenberg
Jill Richards
Wiebke Ullmann
3:28.67 Q 4 3.24.07 2nd, silver medalist(s)
20 km walk Melanie Seeger 1:29:43 4


Field events
Event Athletes Qualification Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Long jump Bianca Kappler 6.50 17 Did not advance
Nadja Käther 6.61 14 Did not advance
Triple jump Katja Demut NM Did not advance
High jump Ariane Friedrich 1.92 Q 1 2.01 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Pole vault Carolin Hingst 4.40 Q 4 4.35 11
Elizaveta Ryzih 4.35 q 10 4.65 PB 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Silke Spiegelburg 4.40 Q 1 4.65 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Shot put Denise Hinrichs 17.72 Q 10 18.48 8
Nadine Kleinert 18.98 Q 1 18.94 7
Petra Lammert 18.48 Q 2 18.94 6
Discus throw Nadine Müller 60.54 Q 2 57.78 8
Sabine Rumpf 58.41 q 8 58.89 7
Hammer throw Betty Heidler 71.85 Q 2 76.38 SB 1st, gold medalist(s)
Kathrin Klaas 65.82 15 Did not advance
Javelin throw Katharina Molitor 59.74 Q 5 63.81 4
Christina Obergföll 65.05 Q 2 65.58 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Linda Stahl 57.42 q 8 66.81 PB 1st, gold medalist(s)
Heptathlon Jennifer Oeser 6683 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Claudia Rath 6107 11
Maren Schwerdtner 6167 9

Medal count[edit]

 2010 Barcelona  Gold Silver Bronze Total
  Germany (GER)  4 7 5 16

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schmitt, Peter (19 July 2010). "Mit 74 Athleten zur EM nach Barcelona". Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband (in German). Retrieved 26 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "Cierpinski muss EM-Start absagen". Die Zeit (in German). 22 July 2010. Retrieved 27 July 2010.