2002 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's 60 metres

Events at the
2002 European Athletics
Indoor Championships

Track events
60 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m men women
60 m hurdles men women
4×400 m relay men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Combined events
Pentathlon women
Heptathlon men

The women's 60 metres event at the 2002 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on March 2–3.

Medalists

Gold Silver Bronze
Kim Gevaert
Belgium
Marina Kislova
Russia
Georgia Kokloni
Greece

Results

Heats

First 3 of each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Kim Gevaert Belgium 7.16 Q, NR
2 2 Georgia Kokloni Greece 7.17 Q
3 1 Karin Mayr Austria 7.24 Q
3 4 Marina Kislova Russia 7.24 Q
5 1 Odiah Sidibe France 7.26 Q
6 4 Andrea Philipp Germany 7.27 Q
7 2 Marion Wagner Germany 7.28 Q, SB
8 2 Larisa Kruglova Russia 7.29 q
8 3 Joice Maduaka Great Britain 7.29 Q
10 1 Aleksandra Prokofvjev Slovenia 7.30 Q
11 1 Severina Cravid Portugal 7.34 q
12 3 Katleen De Caluwé Belgium 7.35 Q
12 4 Sandra Citte France 7.35 Q
14 3 Yuliya Tabakova Russia 7.36 Q
14 4 Martina Feusi Switzerland 7.36 q
14 4 Yuliya Bartsevich Belarus 7.36 q
17 2 Katrin Käärt Estonia 7.39
18 4 Voula Patoulidou Greece 7.48
19 3 Aksel Gürcan Turkey 7.49
20 2 Bettina Müller Austria 7.52
21 4 Mirjam Liimask Estonia 7.53
22 3 Eniko Szabo Hungary 7.54
23 1 Gianoula Kafetzi Greece 7.61
24 2 Radmila Vukmirović Slovenia 7.63
25 3 Deirdre Farrugia Malta 8.04 NR
26 3 Sara Maroncelli San Marino 8.10 PB
1 Aleksandra Vojnevska Macedonia DNS

Semifinals

First 4 of each semifinals qualified directly (Q) for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Kim Gevaert Belgium 7.17 Q
2 2 Marina Kislova Russia 7.20 Q
3 2 Karin Mayr Austria 7.22 Q
4 1 Marion Wagner Germany 7.24 Q
5 1 Georgia Kokloni Greece 7.25 Q
5 1 Larisa Kruglova Russia 7.25 Q
5 2 Andrea Philipp Germany 7.25 Q
8 1 Joice Maduaka Great Britain 7.27 PB
9 1 Odiah Sidibe France 7.28
10 2 Aleksandra Prokofjev Slovenia 7.29 Q
11 1 Yuliya Tabakova Russia 7.30
12 2 Katleen De Caluwé Belgium 7.34
13 2 Sandra Citte France 7.35
14 2 Severina Cravid Portugal 7.38
15 2 Yuliya Bartsevich Belarus 7.38
16 1 Martina Feusi Switzerland 7.42

Final

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
Kim Gevaert Belgium 7.16 =NR
Marina Kislova Russia 7.18 SB
Georgia Kokloni Greece 7.22
4 Karin Mayr Austria 7.22
5 Marion Wagner Germany 7.23 SB
6 Larisa Kruglova Russia 7.25
7 Andrea Philipp Germany 7.27
8 Aleksandra Prokofjev Slovenia 7.37

References

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