1986 European Athletics Championships – Women's javelin throw

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These are the official results of the Women's javelin throw event at the 1986 European Championships in Stuttgart, West Germany, held at Neckarstadion on 28 and 29 August 1986. [1] All results were made with a rough surfaced javelin (old design).

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Medalists

Gold Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Fatima Whitbread
Great Britain (GBR)
Silver Flag of East Germany.svg Petra Felke
East Germany (GDR)
Bronze Flag of Germany.svg Beate Peters
West Germany (FRG)

Abbreviations

Qautomatic qualification
qqualification by rank
DNSdid not start
NMno mark
WRworld record
ARarea record
NRnational record
PBpersonal best
SBseason best

Records

Standing records prior to the 1986 European Athletics Championships
World Record Flag of East Germany.svg  Petra Felke  (GDR)75.40 mJune 4, 1985 Flag of East Germany.svg Schwerin, East Germany
Event Record Flag of Greece.svg  Anna Verouli  (GRE)70.02 mSeptember 9, 1982 Flag of Greece.svg Athens, Greece
Broken records during the 1986 European Athletics Championships
World Record Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Fatima Whitbread  (GBR)77.44 mAugust 28, 1986 Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart, West Germany
Event Record

Results

Final

29 August

RankNameNationalityResultNotes
Gold medal icon.svg Fatima Whitbread Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 76.32
Silver medal icon.svg Petra Felke Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 72.52
Bronze medal icon.svg Beate Peters Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 68.04
4 Tiina Lillak Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 66.66
5 Genowefa Olejarz Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 63.34
6 Natalya Yermolovich Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 62.84
7 Ingrid Thyssen Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 62.42
8 Irina Kostyuchenkova Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 61.40
9 Trine Solberg Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 59.52
10 Anna Verouli Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 57.06
11 Manuela Alizadeh Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 56.20
12 Denise Thiémard Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 55.32

Qualification

28 August

RankNameNationalityResultNotes
1 Fatima Whitbread Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 77.44WR Q
2 Petra Felke Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 72.62Q
3 Tiina Lillak Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 67.72Q
4 Beate Peters Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 66.12Q
5 Ingrid Thyssen Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 65.58Q
6 Natalya Yermolovich Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 64.52Q
7 Anna Verouli Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 62.66Q
8 Manuela Alizadeh Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 62.50Q
9 Irina Kostyuchenkova Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 60.64Q
10 Genowefa Olejarz Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 60.16Q
11 Trine Solberg Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 59.66Q
12 Denise Thiémard Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 59.60Q
13 Karen Hough Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 59.40
14 Elisabet Nagy Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 59.28
15 Tuula Laaksalo Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 58.86
16 Zsuzsa Malovecz Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 56.44
17 Danica Živanov Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 54.70
18 Simone Frandsen Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 53.70

Participation

According to an unofficial count, 18 athletes from 13 countries participated in the event.

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References

  1. European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 443–451, retrieved 13 August 2014