2013 European Athletics Junior Championships

The 2013 European Athletics Junior Championships was the 22nd edition of the biennial athletics competition between European athletes in under twenty. It was held in Rieti, Italy from 18 to 21 July.[1]

Medal summary

[2]

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
Chijindu Ujah
United Kingdom
10.40 Denis Dimitrov
Bulgaria
10.46 Robert Polkowski
Germany
10.53
200 metres Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
Great Britain
20.62
PB
Leon Reid
Great Britain
20.92 Matthew Hudson-Smith
Great Britain
20.94
400 metres
Pavel Ivashko
Russia
45.81
NJR
Patryk Dobek
Poland
46.15
PB
Thomas Jordier
France
46.21
NJR
800 metres Patrick Zwicker
Germany
1:49.58 Aaron Botterman
Belgium
1:49.80 Léo Morgana
France
1:50.04
1500 metres Jake Wightman
Great Britain
3:44.14 Süleyman Bekmezci
Turkey
3:44.45 Julius Lawnik
Germany
3:45.43
5000 metres Ali Kaya
Turkey
13:49.76 Samuele Dini
Italy
14:36.25 Jonathan Davies
Great Britain
14:36.62
10,000 metres Ali Kaya
Turkey
28:31.16
CR NJR
Lorenzo Dini
Italy
29:31.11
PB
Dino Bosnjak
Croatia
29:59.07
110 metres hurdles Wilhem Belocian
France
13.18
CR AJR
Lorenzo Perini
Italy
13.30
NJR
Brahian Peña
Switzerland
13.31
NJR
400 metres hurdles Timofey Chalyy
Russia
49.23
CR NJR
Aleksandr Skorobogatko
Russia
50.13 Jacob Paul
Great Britain
50.71
PB
3000 metres steeplechase Zak Seddon
Great Britain
8:45.91 Viktor Bakharev
Russia
8:47.81 Ersin Tekal
Turkey
8:54.54
PB
4×100 metres relay Tomasz Mudlaff
Jacek Kabaciński
Hubert Kalandyk
Adam Jabłoński
Poland
39.80 Bastian Heber
Robert Polkowski
Maximilian Ruth
Sebastian Schürmann
Germany
39.96 Giacomo Isolano
Lorenzo Bilotti
Roberto Rigali
Eseosa Desalu
Italy
40.00
4×400 metres relay Danil Peremetov
Pavel Savin
Dmitriy Khasanov
Pavel Ivashko
Russia
3:04.87 NJR Paweł Walczuk
Rafał Smoleń
Łukasz Ozdarski
Patryk Dobek
Poland
3:05.07 Alex Boyce
Matthew Hudson-Smith
Ben Snaith
George Caddick
Great Britain
3:05.14
10,000 m walk Pavel Parshin
Russia
41:01.55 Vito Minei
Italy
41:08.76
PB
Alvaro Martin
Spain
41:13.95
SB
High jump Tobias Potye
Germany
2.20
PB
Andrei Skabeika
Belarus
2.18
=PB
Mikhail Akimenko
Russia
2.18
=PB
Pole vault Eirik Greibrokk Dolve
Norway
5.30 Axel Chapelle
France
Leonid Kobelev
Russia
5.25
PB
5.25
 
Long jump Elliot Safo
Great Britain
7.86
PB
Mathias Broothaerts
Belgium
7.84
PB
Guy-Elphège Anouman
France
7.60
SB
Triple jump Levon Aghasyan
Armenia
16.01
SB
Kristian Pulli
Finland
15.88
PB
Vladimir Kozlov
Russia
15.85
PB
Shot put Mesud Pezer
Bosnia and Herzegovina
20.44
NJR
Filip Mihaljevic
Croatia
20.23 Andrzej Regin
Poland
20.07
PB
Discus throw Róbert Szikszai
Hungary
64.75
NJR
Nicholas Percy
Great Britain
62.04 Aleksandr Dobrenkiy
Russia
61.54
PB
Hammer throw Valeriy Pronkin
Russia
78.34 Bence Pásztor
Hungary
77.35
PB
Marco Bortolato
Italy
73.43
Javelin throw Julian Weber
Germany
79.68
PB
Maksym Bohdan
Ukraine
78.77
NJR
German Komarov
Russia
73.95
Decathlon Yevgeniy Likhanov
Russia
7975
PB
Aleksey Cherkasov
Russia
7790
PB
Tim Nowak
Germany
7778
PB

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
Stella Akakpo
France
11.52 Sophie Papps
Great Britain
11.72 Klára Seidlová
Czech Republic
11.88
200 metres Dina Asher-Smith
Great Britain
23.29 Desiree Henry
Great Britain
23.56 Tessa van Schagen
Netherlands
23.65
400 metres Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz
Poland
51.56
NJR
Bianca Razor
Romania
51.82
PB
Ekaterina Renzhina
Russia
52.27
800 metres Aníta Hinriksdóttir
Iceland
2:01.14 Olena Sidorska
Ukraine
2:01.46 Christina Hering
Germany
2:03.11
PB
1500 metres Nataliya Pryshchepa
Ukraine
4:18.51 Sofia Ennaoui
Poland
4:20.20 Aurora Dybedokken
Norway
4:21.27
PB
3000 metres Emelia Gorecka
Great Britain
9:12.53
SB
Emine Hatun Tuna
Turkey
9:25.83
PB
Anna Petrova
Russia
9:30.00
5000 metres Jip Vastenburg
Netherlands
16:03.31 Oona Kettunen
Finland
16:03.79
PB
Elena Kudashkina
Russia
16:08.12
100 metres hurdles Noemi Zbären
Switzerland
13.17 Sarah Lavin
Ireland
13.34
NJR
Héloïse Kane
France
13.36
PB
400 metres hurdles Hayley McLean
Great Britain
57.26
PB
Joan Medjid
France
57.34
PB
Stina Troest
Denmark
57.41
NJR
3000 metres steeplechase Oona Kettunen
Finland
9:45.51
NJR
Marusa Mismas
Slovenia
9:51.15
NR, NJR
Maya Rehberg
Germany
10:00.04
PB
4×100 metres relay Yasmin Miller
Dina Asher-Smith
Steffi Wilson
Desiree Henry
Great Britain
43.81 NJR Solenn Compper
Stella Akakpo
Brigitte Ntiamoah
Deborah Sananes
France
44.00 Sacha van Agt
Tessa van Schagen
Naomi Sedney
Eefje Boons
Netherlands
44.22
4×400 metres relay Małgorzata Curyło
Martyna Dąbrowska
Adrianna Janowicz
Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz
Poland
3:32.63 NJR Yana Glotova
Anna Parfenova
Anastasia Aslanidi
Ekaterina Renzhina
Russia
3:33.36 Laura Müller
Maike Schachtschneider
Corinne Kohlmann
Christina Hering
Germany
3:33.40
10,000 m walk Anezka Drahotová
Czech Republic
44:15.87
PB
Oksana Golyatkina
Russia
44:21.03
PB
Eliska Drahotová
Czech Republic
44:45.27
PB
High jump Kateryna Tabashnyk
Ukraine
1.90
PB
Alexandra Yaryshkina
Russia
1.88
PB
Iryna Herashchenko
Ukraine
1.84
Pole vault Alayna Lutkovskaya
Russia
4.30
PB
Femke Pluim
Netherlands
4.25
PB
Sonia Malavisi
Italy
4.20
Long jump Malaika Mihambo
Germany
6.70
PB
Jazmin Sawyers
Great Britain
6.63
SB
Maryna Bekh
Ukraine
6.44
Triple jump Ottavia Cestonaro
Italy
13.41 Elena Panturoiu
Romania
13.36
PB
Ana Peleteiro
Spain
13.29
SB
Shot put Emel Dereli
Turkey
18.04
NR
Sophie McKinna
Great Britain
17.09 Kätlin Piirimäe
Estonia
16.80
NJR
Discus throw Natalya Shirobokova
Russia
54.21 Karolina Makul
Poland
53.25
PB
Tetyana Yuryeva
Ukraine
53.15
Hammer throw Hanna Zinchuk
Belarus
65.44 Réka Gyurátz
Hungary
65.01
PB
Beatrix Banga
Hungary
63.89
PB
Javelin throw Sofi Flinck
Sweden
57.91 Christin Hussong
Germany
57.90
SB
Sara Kolak
Croatia
57.79
NJR, NR
Heptathlon Nafissatou Thiam
Belgium
6298
NR
Sofia Linde
Sweden
6081 Marjolein Lindemans
Belgium
5831

Medal table

      Host nation
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Great Britain 9 6 4 19
2 Russia 8 7 7 22
3 Germany 4 1 6 11
4 Poland 3 4 1 8
5 Turkey 3 2 1 6
6 France 2 3 4 9
7 Ukraine 2 2 3 7
8 Italy 1 4 2 7
9 Belgium 1 2 1 4
9 Hungary 1 2 1 4
11 Finland 1 2 0 3
12 Netherlands 1 1 2 4
13 Belarus 1 1 0 2
13 Sweden 1 1 0 2
15 Czech Republic 1 0 2 3
16 Norway 1 0 1 2
16 Switzerland 1 0 1 2
18 Armenia 1 0 0 1
18 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 0 0 1
18 Iceland 1 0 0 1
21 Romania 0 2 0 2
22 Croatia 0 1 2 3
23 Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
23 Ireland 0 1 0 1
23 Slovenia 0 1 0 1
26 Spain 0 0 2 2
27 Denmark 0 0 1 1
27 Estonia 0 0 1 1
Total 43 44 42 129

References

  1. ^ Rieti 2013 is "Moving by Nature". European Athletics. Retrieved on 2013-05-27.
  2. ^ "Rieti ITA 18 - 21 July 2013". european-athletics-statistics.org. Retrieved 22 July 2013. 
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