|1985 European Athletics Junior Championships|
The 1985 European Athletics Junior Championships was the eighth edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Cottbus, East Germany between 22 and 25 August.
|100 m||Elliot Bunney (GBR)||10.38||Endre Havas (HUN)||10.40||John Regis (GBR)||10.51|
|200 m||Ade Mafe (GBR)||20.54||Richard Ashby (GBR)||20.85||Endre Havas (HUN)||21.00|
|400 m||Roger Black (GBR)||45.36||Yan Krasnikov (URS)||46.31||Jacques Farraudière (FRA)||46.37|
|800 m||Ralph Schumann (GDR)||1:51.28||Jussi Udelhoven (FRG)||1:51.96||Geir Søgnebotnen (NOR)||1:51.98|
|1500 m||Mika Maaskola (FIN)||3:44.99||Neil Horsfield (GBR)||3:45.39||Hauke Fuhlbrügge (GDR)||3:45.60|
|3000 m||Nick O'Brien (IRL)||8:10.75||Andrey Usachov (URS)||8:10.90||John Nuttall (GBR)||8:11.72|
|5000 m||Paul Taylor (GBR)||14:12.45||Volker Iwanowski (GDR)||14:14.83||José Manuel García (ESP)||14:17.87|
|110 m hurdles||Jon Ridgeon (GBR)||13.46||Colin Jackson (GBR)||13.69||Fausto Frigerio (ITA)||14.10|
|400 m hurdles||Oleg Singatullin (URS)||50.64||Klaus Ehrle (AUT)||50.99||Carsten Köhrbrück (FRG)||51.23|
|2000 m s'chase||Nikolay Matyushenko (URS)||5:28.31||Sándor Serfõzõ (HUN)||5:34.98||Marián Huncík (TCH)||5:35.83|
|4×100 m relay|| Great Britain (GBR)|
|39.80|| Poland (POL)|
|40.18|| Soviet Union (URS)|
|4×400 m relay|| Great Britain (GBR)|
|3:07.18|| West Germany (FRG)|
|3:08.02|| Soviet Union (URS)|
|10.000 m walk||Mikhail Shchennikov (URS)||42:00.63||Daniel Plaza (ESP)||42:16.39||Giovanni De Benedictis (ITA)||42:56.80|
|High jump||John Hill (GBR)||2.24 m||Róbert Ruffíni (TCH)||2.24 m||Georgi Dakov (BUL)||2.18 m|
|Pole vault||Igor Trandenkov (URS)||5.45 m||Grigoriy Yegorov (URS)||5.40 m||Mike Thiede (GDR)||5.30 m|
|Long jump||Volker Mai (GDR)||7.99 m||Marco Delonge (GDR)||7.96 m||Emiel Mellaard (NED)||7.79 m|
|Triple jump||Volker Mai (GDR)||16.83 m||Yuriy Gorbachenko (URS)||16.61 m||Piotr Weremczuk (POL)||16.21 m|
|Shot put||Oliver-Sven Buder (GDR)||19.34 m||Oleksandr Bagach (URS)||18.48 m||Maik Prollius (GDR)||18.09 m|
|Discus throw||Attila Horváth (HUN)||60.02 m||Rüdiger Pudenz (GDR)||58.74 m||Vasiliy Kaptyukh (URS)||57.18 m|
|Hammer throw||Andreï Abduvaliev (URS)||72.44 m||Steffen Raschik (GDR)||68.82 m||Valentin Kirov (BUL)||66.16 m|
|Javelin throw||Andrey Maznichenk (URS)||79.92 m||Gary Jenson (GBR)||75.68 m||Bogdan Patelka (POL)||75.68 m|
|Decathlon||Thomas Fahner (GDR)||7815 pts||Igor Drobyshevskiy (URS)||7633 pts||André Preysing (GDR)||7476 pts|
|100 m||Kerstin Behrendt (GDR)||11.21||Annarita Balzani (ITA)||11.60||Helen Miles (GBR)||11.63|
|200 m||Kerstin Behrendt (GDR)||23.21||Louise Stuart (GBR)||23.83||Marina Krivosheina (URS)||23.94|
|400 m||Olga Pesnopevtseva (URS)||53.37||Nicole Leistenschneider (FRG)||53.47||Oksana Petrenko (URS)||53.93|
|800 m|| Maria Pintea (ROM)|
Gabriela Sedláková (TCH)
|2:03.22||Not awarded||Ellen Kiessling (GDR)||2:04.18|
|1500 m||Ana Padurean (ROM)||4:16.32||Marie-Pierre Duros (FRA)||4:18.34||Tatyana Vokhmintseva (URS)||4:19.86|
|3000 m||Cleopatra Palacian (ROM)||9:05.52||Christin Sørum (NOR)||9:07.54||Angela Madrakhimova (URS)||9:13.66|
|100 m hurdles||Monique Éwanjé-Épée (FRA)||13.10||Heike Tillack (GDR)||13.24||Lidiya Okolo-Kulak (URS)||13.30|
|400 m hurdles||Claudia Bartl (GDR)||56.22||Zhivka Petkova (BUL)||56.50||Sabine Zwiener (FRG)||57.78|
|4×100 m relay|| East Germany (GDR)|
|44.30|| Soviet Union (URS)|
|44.49|| Great Britain (GBR)|
|4×400 m relay|| West Germany (FRG)|
|3:32.67|| East Germany (GDR)|
|3:34.40|| Great Britain (GBR)|
|5000 m walk|| Mari Cruz Díaz (ESP)|
María Reyes Sobrino (ESP)
|22:56.84||Not awarded||Svetlana Kaburkina (URS)||23:03.45|
|High jump||Natalya Golodnova (URS)||1.94 m||Olga Turchak (URS)||1.91 m||Svetlana Isaeva (BUL)||1.88 m|
|Long jump||Sofiya Bozhanova (BUL)||6.68 m||Silke Harms (FRG)||6.56 m||Yelena Davydova (URS)||6.55 m|
|Shot put||Bettina Libera (GDR)||18.76 m||Ilke Wyludda (GDR)||18.11 m||Stephanie Storp (FRG)||17.45 m|
|Discus throw||Ilke Wyludda (GDR)||57.38 m||Viktoriya Kochetkova (URS)||56.78 m||Larisa Korotkevich (URS)||56.62 m|
|Javelin throw||Regine Kempter (GDR)||61.70 m||Danica Živanov (YUG)||60.10 m||Ingrid Lammertsma (NED)||55.92 m|
|Heptathlon||Emilia Dimitrova (BUL)||6079 pts||Yelena Davydova (URS)||6051 pts||Birgit Gautzsch (GDR)||5852 pts|
|1||East Germany (GDR)||12||7||6||25|
|2||Soviet Union (URS)||8||10||11||29|
|3||Great Britain (GBR)||8||5||5||18|
|7||West Germany (FRG)||1||4||3||8|
|Totals (18 nations)||41||37||39||117|
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