1981 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1981 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Allee parc Paul-Mistral - Grenoble.JPG
Host venue
Host city Grenoble
France France
Date(s) 21–22 February 1981
Main stadium Palais des Sports
Participation 23 nations
Events 20

The 12th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Grenoble, a city in France, between 21-22 February 1981. It was the second time the championships were held in the city. The track used for the championships was 180 metres long.

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres
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 Marian Woronin (POL) 5.65  Vladimir Muravyov (URS) 5.76  Andrey Shlyapnikov (URS) 5.77
400 metres
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 Andreas Knebel (GDR) 46.52  Martin Weppler (FRG) 46.88  Stefano Malinverni (ITA) 46.96
800 metres
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 Herbert Wursthorn (FRG) 1:47.70  András Paróczai (HUN) 1:47.73  Antonio Páez (ESP) 1:48.31
1500 metres
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 Thomas Wessinghage (FRG) 3:42.64  Uwe Becker (FRG) 3:43.02  Mirosław Żerkowski (POL) 3:44.32
3000 metres
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 Alex Gonzalez (FRA) 7:22.71  Evgeni Ignatov (BUL) N/A  Valeriy Abramov (URS) N/A
50 metres hurdles
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 Arto Bryggare (FIN) 6.47  Javier Moracho (ESP) 6.48  Guy Drut (FRA) 6.54
5000 metres walk
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 Hartwig Gauder (GDR) 19:08.59 CR  Maurizio Damilano (ITA) 19:13.90  Gérard Lelievre (FRA) 19:55.02
High jump
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 Roland Dalhäuser (SUI) 2.28  Carlo Thränhardt (FRG) 2.25  Dietmar Mögenburg (FRG) 2.25
Pole vault
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 Thierry Vigneron (FRA) 5.70 =WR  Aleksandr Krupskiy (URS) 5.65  Jean-Michel Bellot (FRA) 5.65
Long jump
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 Rolf Bernhard (SUI) 8.01  Antonio Corgos (ESP) 7.97  Shamil Abbyasov (URS) 7.95
Triple jump
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 Shamil Abbyasov (URS) 17.30 WR  Klaus Kübler (FRG) 16.73  Aston Moore (GBR) 16.73
Shot put
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 Reijo Ståhlberg (FIN) 19.88  Luc Viudès (FRA) 19.41  Zlatan Saracevic (YUG) 19.40
  • nb The men's 3000 metres race was stopped one lap short, so the actual distance was 2820 metres.

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 metres
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 Sofka Popova (BUL) 6.17  Linda Haglund (SWE) 6.17  Marita Koch (GDR) 6.19
400 metres
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 Jarmila Kratochvílová (TCH) 50.07 CR  Natalya Bochina (URS) 52.32  Verona Elder (GBR) 52.37
800 metres
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 Hildegard Ullrich (GDR) 2:00.94  Svetla Zlateva (BUL) 2:01.37  Nikolina Shtereva (BUL) 2:02.50
1500 metres
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 Agnese Possamai (ITA) 4:07.49  Valentina Ilyinykh (URS) 4:08.17  Lyubov Smolka (URS) 4:08.64
50 metres hurdles
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 Zofia Bielczyk (POL) 6.74 =WR  Maria Kemenchezhi (URS) 6.80  Tatyana Anisimova (URS) 6.81
High jump
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 Sara Simeoni (ITA) 1.97 CR  Elżbieta Krawczuk (POL) 1.94  Urszula Kielan (POL) 1.94
Long jump
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 Karin Hänel (FRG) 6.77 WR  Sigrid Heimann (GDR) 6.66  Jasmin Fischer (FRG) 6.65
Shot put
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 Ilona Slupianek (GDR) 20.77  Helena Fibingerová (TCH) 20.64  Helma Knorscheidt (GDR) 20.12

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 4 1 2 7
2  West Germany 3 4 2 9
3  France 2 1 3 6
4  Poland 2 1 2 5
5  Italy 2 1 1 4
6  Finland 2 0 0 2
  Switzerland 2 0 0 2
8  Soviet Union 1 5 5 11
9  Bulgaria 1 2 1 4
10  Czechoslovakia 1 1 0 2
11  Spain 0 2 1 3
12  Hungary 0 1 0 1
 Sweden 0 1 0 1
14  Great Britain 0 0 2 2
15  Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1

See also

References

  • Results - men at GBRathletics.com
  • Results - women at GBRathletics.com
  • EAA
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