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1990 European Athletics Championships – Men's shot put

Events at the 1990 European
Athletics Championships

Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
10 km walk women
20 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

These are the official results of the Men's Shot Put event at the 1990 European Championships in Split, Yugoslavia, held at Stadion Poljud on 28 and 29 August 1990.[1] There were a total number of nineteen participating athletes.

Medalists

Gold Ulf Timmermann
East Germany
Silver Oliver-Sven Buder
East Germany
Bronze Georg Andersen
Norway

Final

Rank Final Distance
Ulf Timmermann (GDR) 21.32 m
Oliver-Sven Buder (GDR) 21.01 m
Georg Andersen (NOR) 20.71 m
4. Sergey Smirnov (URS) 20.45 m
5. Udo Beyer (GDR) 20.21 m
6. Lars Arvid Nilsen (NOR) 20.13 m
7. Sergey Nikolayev (URS) 19.97 m
8. Karsten Stolz (FRG) 19.95 m
9. Kalman Konya (FRG) 19.71 m
10. Klaus Bodenmüller (AUT) 19.62 m
11. Pétur Guðmundsson (ISL) 19.46 m
12. Dragan Perić (YUG) 18.67 m
Vyacheslav Lykho (URS) DSQ

: Vyacheslav Lykho ranked initially 3rd (20.81m), but was disqualified for infringement of IAAF doping rules.[2][3]

Qualification

Rank Group A Distance
1. Lars Arvid Nilsen (NOR) 20.15 m
2. Oliver-Sven Buder (GDR) 20.08 m
3. Sergey Smirnov (URS) 19.86 m
4. Sergey Nikolayev (URS) 19.67 m
5. Dragan Perić (YUG) 19.51 m
6. Karsten Stolz (FRG) 19.39 m
7. Pétur Guðmundsson (ISL) 19.25 m
8. Bernd Kneissler (FRG) 19.07 m
9. Paul Edwards (GBR) 18.66 m

Rank Group B Distance
1. Ulf Timmermann (GDR) 20.42 m
2. Georg Andersen (NOR) 20.38 m
3. Udo Beyer (GDR) 20.09 m
4. Kalman Konya (FRG) 19.64 m
5. Klaus Bodenmüller (AUT) 19.25 m
6. Helmut Krieger (POL) 19.20 m
7. Jovan Lazarević (YUG) 19.18 m
8. Gheorghe Guset (ROM) 18.87 m
9. Jan Sagedal (NOR) 18.73 m
Vyacheslav Lykho (URS) DSQ

: Vyacheslav Lykho initially reached the final (19.88m), but was disqualified later for infringement of IAAF doping rules.[2][3]

Participation

According to an unofficial count, 19 athletes from 10 countries participated in the event.

See also

References

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK, European Athletics Association, pp. 451–460, retrieved 13 August 2014 
  2. ^ a b Verspringer Maas neemt EK-brons van Bilac over - Verspringer Frans Maas ontvangt alsnog de bronzen medaille van het Europese kampioenschap. De Nederlandse atleet, die eind augustus in Split negen centimeter van de derde plaats bleef verwijderd, neemt het brons over van Borut Bilac, die in Joegoslavie verboden stimulerende middelen heeft gebruikt. (in Dutch), NRC Handelsblad, October 5, 1990, retrieved September 21, 2014 
  3. ^ a b Doping bei EM (in German), Neues Deutschland, October 6, 1990, retrieved September 21, 2014 
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