1983 European Athletics Junior Championships

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1983 European Athletics Junior Championships
LevelUnder 20
Events38
1981
1985

The 1983 European Athletics Junior Championships was the seventh edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Schwechat, Austria between 25 and 28 August. [1]

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Men's results

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lincoln Asquith  (GBR)10.34Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Poduzdov  (URS)10.52Flag of France.svg  Max Morinière  (FRA)10.56
200 metresFlag of Germany.svg  Jürgen Evers  (FRG)20.37Flag of Germany.svg  Ralf Lübke  (FRG)20.50Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lincoln Asquith  (GBR)20.86
400 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Thomas Schönlebe  (GDR)45.64Flag of East Germany.svg  Jens Carlowitz  (GDR)45.72Flag of Germany.svg  Klaus Just  (FRG)46.44
800 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ikem Billy  (GBR)1:47.15Flag of Poland.svg  Piotr Piekarski  (POL)1:47.70Flag of Italy.svg  Alberto Barsotti  (ITA)1:48.44
1500 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Maik Dreissigacker  (GDR)3:40.79Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Igor Lotorev  (URS)3:41.41Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Raf Wijns  (BEL)3:41.75
3000 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Maik Dreissigacker  (GDR)8:03.18Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Afanasyev  (URS)8:03.63Flag of Poland.svg  Sławomir Majusiak  (POL)8:03.69
5000 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jonathan Richards  (GBR)13:56.41Flag of East Germany.svg  Heiner Mebes  (GDR)14:02.76Flag of Germany.svg  Detlef Schwarz  (FRG)14:04.83
110 m hurdlesFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jiří Hudec  (TCH)13.85Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Usov  (URS)13.96Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Paul Brice  (GBR)14.08
400 m hurdlesFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Ruslan Mishchenko  (URS)49.71Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Budko  (URS)50.05Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Martin Briggs  (GBR)50.22
2000 m s'chaseFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Mykola Matyushenko  (URS)5:31.54Flag of Germany.svg  Burkhard Dahm  (FRG)5:33.88Flag of Spain.svg  Lorenzo Hidalgo  (ESP)5:36.86
10.000 m walkFlag of Italy.svg  Walter Arena  (ITA)42:16.44Flag of Poland.svg  Jacek Herok  (POL)42:58.95Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jos Martens  (BEL)43:01.97
4×100 m relayFlag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
Norbert Dobeleit
Markus Klameth
Jürgen Evers
Ralf Lübke
39.25Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Sergey Grishchenko
Andrijus Kornikas
Sergey Poduzdov
Aleksandr Knysh
39.73Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)
Stephen Graham
Steve Eden
Elliot Bunney
Lincoln Asquith
39.83
4×400 m relayFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Mario Fischer
Mathias Schersing
Jens Carlowitz
Thomas Schönlebe
3:04.95Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
Jürgen Gruber
Frank Seybold
Sven Mikisch
Klaus Just
3:05.77Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Sergey Filipyev
Ruslan Mishchenko
Feliks Tatoyev
Vladimir Budko
3:06.45
High jumpFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yuriy Sergiyenko  (URS)2.28 mFlag of Bulgaria.svg  Evgeni Peyev  (BUL)2.21 mFlag of Sweden.svg  Patrik Sjöberg  (SWE)2.21 m
Pole vaultFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Radion Gataullin  (URS)5.55 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Grigoryev  (URS)5.45 mFlag of Poland.svg  Ryszard Kolasa  (POL)5.40 m
Long jumpFlag of East Germany.svg  Ron Beer  (GDR)7.93 mFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Andreja Marinkovic  (YUG)7.86 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Robert Emmiyan  (URS)7.83 m
Triple jumpFlag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Khristo Markov  (BUL)16.72 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Artem Tsygankov  (URS)16.30 mFlag of Sweden.svg  Claes Rahm  (SWE)16.27 m
Shot putFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Oleg Zolotukhin  (URS)19.20 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Mikhail Kulish  (URS)18.29 mFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Richard Navara  (TCH)17.85 m
Discus throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yevgeniy Burin  (URS)55.94 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Valeriy Murashov  (URS)55.22 mFlag of France.svg  Patrick Journoud  (FRA)53.64 m
Hammer throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Dorozhon  (URS)74.28 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Zeleznev  (URS)71.90 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Marco Gerloff  (GDR)70.94 m
Javelin throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Oleg Pakhol  (URS)80.88 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Glebov  (URS)77.86 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Klaus-Jorg Murawa  (GDR)74.84 m
DecathlonFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Valter Külvet  (URS)7915 ptsFlag of East Germany.svg  Christian Schenk  (GDR)7607 ptsFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vassiliy Potapenko  (URS)7465 pts

Women's results

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Pomoshchnikova  (URS)11.57Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Simmone Jacobs  (GBR)11.59Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Henrietta Kessebeh  (GBR)11.72
200 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Simone Schumann  (GDR)23.04Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Valentina Bozhina  (URS)23.14Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Simmone Jacobs  (GBR)23.28
400 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Petra Müller  (GDR)51.79Flag of Austria.svg  Gerda Haas  (AUT)52.59Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Malinka Girova  (BUL)52.61
800 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Katrin Wühn  (GDR)2:00.25Flag of East Germany.svg  Christine Wachtel  (GDR)2:00.42Flag of Germany.svg  Monika Bens  (FRG)2:01.29
1500 metresFlag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Margareta Keszeg  (ROM)4:13.17Flag of Albania (1946-1992).svg  Pavlina Evro  (ALB)4:13.77Flag of East Germany.svg  Yvonne Grabner  (GDR)4:14.00
3000 metresFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Věra Nožičková  (TCH)9:19.56Flag of Hungary.svg  Zita Agoston  (HUN)9:19.92Flag of Norway.svg  Marion Josefsen  (NOR)9:20.93
100 m hurdlesFlag of East Germany.svg  Susanne Losch  (GDR)13.22Flag of East Germany.svg  Jeanette Kreisch  (GDR)13.26Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Nathalie Byer  (GBR)13.46
400 m hurdlesFlag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Radostina Shtereva  (BUL)56.01Flag of East Germany.svg  Kristina Jauch  (GDR)57.56Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Marina Mironova  (URS)58.13
4×100 m relayFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Sabine Klaus
Simone Schumann
Ute Beck
Stefanie Jacob
44.12Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Yelena Fyodorova
Natalya Pomoshchnikova
Yelena Fedosenko
Valentina Bozhina
44.44Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)
Etta Kessebeh
Georgina Oladapo
Simmone Jacobs
Lisa Goreeph
44.86
4×400 m relayFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Frauke Jürgens
Sigrun Ludwigs
Petra Müller
Christine Wachtel
3:30.44Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)
Petya Strashilova
Yuliana Rasheva
Malina Girova
Radostina Shtereva
3:31.78Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
Christine Wahl
Karin Lix
Annegret Ley
Nicole Leistenschneider
3:31.94
High jumpFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yelena Topchina  (URS)1.94 mFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Tamara Malešev  (YUG)1.88 mFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Debbie Marti  (GBR)1.88 m
Long jumpFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Larissa Baluta  (URS)6.67 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Monika Beyer  (GDR)6.53 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Jana Sobotka  (GDR)6.48 m
Shot putFlag of East Germany.svg  Heidi Krieger  (GDR)18.06 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Valentina Fedyushina  (URS)17.01 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Astrid Wagner  (GDR)16.89 m
Discus throwFlag of East Germany.svg  Heidi Krieger  (GDR)60.14 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Larissa Platonova  (URS)59.04 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Irina Yefrosimina  (URS)57.40 m
Javelin throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Chernyenko  (URS)62.04 mFlag of Norway.svg  Trine Solberg  (NOR)61.40 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Jana Kopping  (GDR)59.08 m
HeptathlonFlag of East Germany.svg  Sybille Thiele  (GDR)6421 ptsFlag of Germany.svg  Sabine Braun  (FRG)6273 ptsFlag of East Germany.svg  Jana Sobotka  (GDR)6222 pts

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)147728
2Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)1316534
3Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)31913
4Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)24410
5Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)2215
6Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia  (TCH)2013
7Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)1012
8Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania  (ROU)1001
9Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)0224
10Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)0202
11Flag of Norway.svg  Norway  (NOR)0112
12Flag of Albania (1946-1992).svg  Albania  (ALB)0101
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria  (AUT)0101
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary  (HUN)0101
15Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)0022
Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)0022
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)0022
18Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)0011
Totals (18 nations)383838114


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