1991 European Athletics Junior Championships

The 1991 European Athletics Junior Championships was the eleventh edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Thessaloniki, Greece.[1]

Men's results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Darren Campbell (GBR) 10.46 Konstantin Gromadskiy (URS) 10.55 Alessandro Orlandi (ITA) 10.55
200 m Darren Campbell (GBR) 20.61 Oganes Mkrtchyan (URS) 21.00 Gerald Aust (GER) 21.12
400 m David Grindley (GBR) 45.41 Mark Richardson (GBR) 45.53 Florian Hennig (GER) 46.42
800 m Curtis Robb (GBR) 1:48.23 Aleksey Oleynikov (URS) 1:48.63 Vaclav Hrich (TCH) 1:49.19
1500 m Mateo Cañellas (ESP) 3:53.11 Andrey Bulkovskiy (URS) 3:53.61 Claus Wittekindt (GER) 3:53.66
5000 m Marc Carroll (IRL) 14:19.48 Cyrille Ballester (FRA) 14:21.33 Juan Luis Gomez (ESP) 14:21.77
10,000 m Danilo Goffi (ITA) 30:18.62 Yuriy Chizhkov (URS) 30:21.97 Antonio Roman (ESP) 30:54.55
3000 m s'chase Georgios Loukaides (CYP) 8:49.24 Steffen Brandis (GER) 8:50.01 Jim Svenøy (NOR) 8:50.02
110 m hurdles Sven Gohler (GER) 13.95 Yevgeniy Pechenkin (URS) 14.06 Claude Edorh (GER) 14.26
400 m hurdles Aleksandr Belikov (URS) 50.29 Ashraf Saber (ITA) 51.21 Daniel Blochwitz (GER) 51.25
10,000 m walk Ilya Markov (URS) 41:11.22 Grzegorz Muller (POL) 41:13.00 Michele Didoni (ITA) 42:16.68
20 km run Juan Franc Sanchez (ESP) 1:06:19 Marco Orsi (ITA) 1:06:45 Vladimir Radiletskiy (URS) 1:06:53
4×100 m relay Soviet Union (URS)
Alex Porkhomovskiy
Serhiy Osovych
Vitaliy Semyonov
Konstantin Gromadskiy
39.79 Great Britain (GBR)
David Jackson
Mark Richardson
Jamie Baulch
Darren Campbell
39.86 France (FRA)
Willy Seymour
Sébastien Carrat
Sébastien Sayé
Stéphane Cali
40.03
4×400 m relay Great Britain (GBR)
Kent Ulyatt
Adrian Patrick
Mark Richardson
David Grindley
3:07.22 Poland (POL)
Dariusz Zielenkiewicz
Tomasz Czubak
Artur Gasiewski
Paweł Januszewski
3:08.18 Soviet Union (URS)
Vitaliy Sviridenko
Andrey Inozemtsev
Inguns Sviklins
Aleksandr Belikov
3:10.34
High jump Steve Smith (GBR) 2.29 m Sergey Klyugin (URS) 2.27 m Petar Malesev (YUG) 2.25 m
Pole vault Gerald Baudouin (FRA) 5.50 m Aleksandr Korchagin (URS) 5.30 m Tim Lobinger (GER) 5.20 m
Long jump Steve Phillips (GBR) 7.91 m Matias Ghansah (SWE) 7.82 m Georg Ackermann (GER) 7.74 m
Triple jump Tosi Fasinro (GBR) 16.68 m Karsten Richter (GER) 16.34 m Yaroslav Ivanov (BUL) 16.34 m
Shot put Aleksey Shidlovskiy (URS) 18.40 m Aleksey Shapran (URS) 17.61 m Ralf Kahles (GER) 17.12 m
Discus throw Vladimir Dubrovshchik (URS) 60.58 m Johannes Kerala (FIN) 54.86 m Gennadiy Barsegyan (URS) 53.50 m
Hammer throw Ruslan Dikiy (URS) 70.06 m Marcel Kunkel (GER) 68.94 m Balázs Kiss (HUN) 68.40 m
Javelin throw Aleksey Shchepin (URS) 75.20 m Jarkko Heimonen (FIN) 75.00 m Aki Parviainen (FIN) 74.70 m
Decathlon Vitaliy Kolpakov (URS) 7813 pts Tomáš Dvořák (TCH) 7748 pts Jarkko Finni (FIN) 7479 pts

Women's results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Zhanna Tarnopolskaya (URS) 11.35 Marcia Richardson (GBR) 11.62 Bettina Zipp (GER) 11.64
200 m Zhanna Tarnopolskaya (URS) 23.56 Giada Gallina (ITA) 23.83 Katharine Merry (GBR) 23.84
400 m Donna Fraser (GBR) 53.54 Anja Rucker (GER) 52.73 Wiebke Steffen (GER) 53.42
800 m Aurica Rautu (ROM) 2:04.18 Fabia Trabaldo (ITA) 2:04.75 Severine Foulon (FRA) 2:05.07
1500 m Malin Ewerlof (SWE) 4:15.43 Fabia Trabaldo (ITA) 4:15.58 Olga Yegorova (URS) 4:17.09
3000 m Gabriela Szabo (ROM) 9:19.28 Gunhild Halle (NOR) 9:22.48 Milka Mikhailova (BUL) 9:23.56
10,000 m Dorte Koster (GER) 35:10.30 Inna Kozina (URS) 35:23.68 Ana Nanu (ROM) 35:24.24
100 m hurdles Keri Maddox (GBR) 13.39 Petra Huybrechtse (NED) 13.44 Samantha Baker (GBR) 13.61
400 m hurdles Nelli Voronkova (URS) 56.89 Christina Sonderegger (SUI) 58.06 Åsa Carlsson (SWE) 58.23
5000 m walk Yuliya Korolyova (URS) 21:57.60 Susana Feitor (POR) 22:00.98 Natalya Trofimova (URS) 22:11.52
4×100 m relay Germany (GER)
Katharina Gaus
Gabi Rockmeier
Birgit Rockmeier
Silke Lichtenhagen
44.46 Great Britain (GBR)
Lisa Armstrong
Marcia Richardson
Donna Fraser
Katharine Merry
44.57 Italy (ITA)
Elena Barangani
Nadia Guarino
Giancarla Marinelli
Giada Gallina
45.01
4×400 m relay Germany (GER)
Andrea Bornscheuer
Silvia Steimle
Wiebke Steffen
Anja Rücker
3:35.24 Soviet Union (URS)
Anna Kozak
Natalya Sharova
Zhanna Tarnopolskaya
Nelli Voronkova
3:37.30 Romania (ROM)
Georgeta Petrea
Laura Itcu
Mariana Florea
Maria Magdalena Nedelcu
3:38.45
High jump Manuela Aigner (GER) 1.91 m Venelina Veneva (BUL) 1.91 m Viktoriya Fyodorova (URS) 1.91 m
Long jump Oluyinka Idowu (GBR) 6.60 m Lyudmila Galkina (URS) 6.54 m Iva Prandzheva (BUL) 6.50 m
Triple jump Lyudmila Galkina (URS) 13.67 m Tatyana Matyashova (URS) 13.49 m Elena Dumitrascu (ROM) 13.31 m
Shot put Anja Gündler (GER) 16.80 m Ilona Gersdorff (GER) 16.09 m Olga Iliyna (URS) 16.06 m
Discus throw Anja Gündler (GER) 60.38 m Natalya Kaptyukh (URS) 56.44 m Yelena Antonova (URS) 54.30 m
Javelin throw Christine Gast (GER) 56.30 m Nikola Tomečková (TCH) 55.34 m Steffi Nerius (GER) 54.60 m
Heptathlon Natallia Sazanovich (URS) 5896 pts Nathalie Teppe (FRA) 5868 pts Astrid Retzke (GER) 5694 pts

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Soviet Union 14 14 8 36
2 United Kingdom 11 4 2 17
3 Germany 6 2 12 23
4 Romania 2 0 3 5
5 Spain 2 0 2 4
6 Italy 1 5 3 9
7 France 1 2 2 5
8 Sweden 1 1 1 3
9= Cyprus 1 0 0 1
9= Ireland 1 0 0 1
11 Finland 0 2 2 4
12 Czechoslovakia 0 2 1 3
13 Poland 0 2 0 2
14 Bulgaria 0 1 3 4
15 Norway 0 1 1 2
16= Netherlands 0 1 0 1
16= Portugal 0 1 0 1
16= Switzerland 0 1 0 1
19= Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
19= Hungary 0 0 1 1

References

  1. ^ European Junior Championships. GBRAthletics. Retrieved on 2013-05-23.
Results
  • European Junior Championships 1991. World Junior Athletics History. Retrieved on 2013-05-23.
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