1987 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1987 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Dates21–22 February
Host city Liévin
Flag of France.svg France
Venue Stade Couvert Régional
Events24
Participation339 athletes from
26 nations

The 18th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held at Stade Couvert Régional in Liévin, France, on 21 and 22 February 1987.

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Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of Poland.svg  Marian Woronin  (POL)6.51 CR Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)6.58Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  František Ptáčník  (TCH)
Flag of Italy.svg  Antonio Ullo  (ITA)
6.61
200 metres
details
Flag of France.svg  Bruno Marie-Rose  (FRA)20.36 WR-CR Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Krylov  (URS)20.53Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Regis  (GBR)20.54
400 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Todd Bennett  (GBR)46.81Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Momchil Kharizanov  (BUL)46.89Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Paul Harmsworth  (GBR)46.92
800 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Rob Druppers  (NED)1:48.12Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Graudyn  (URS)1:49.14Flag of Finland.svg  Ari Suhonen  (FIN)1:49.56
1500 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Han Kulker  (NED)3:44.79Flag of East Germany.svg  Jens-Peter Herold  (GDR)3:45.36Flag of Germany.svg  Klaus-Peter Nabein  (FRG)3:45.84
3000 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  José Luis González  (ESP)7:52.27Flag of Germany.svg  Dieter Baumann  (FRG)7:53.93Flag of France.svg  Pascal Thiébaut  (FRA)7:54.03
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of Finland.svg  Arto Bryggare  (FIN)7.59Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Colin Jackson  (GBR)7.63Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Nigel Walker  (GBR)7.65
5000 metres walk
details
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jozef Pribilinec  (TCH)19:08.44 CR Flag of East Germany.svg  Ronald Weigel  (GDR)19:08.93Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Roman Mrázek  (TCH)19:10.77
High jump
details
Flag of Sweden.svg  Patrik Sjöberg  (SWE)2.38 CR Flag of Germany.svg  Carlo Thränhardt  (FRG)2.36Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Hennadiy Avdyeyenko  (URS)2.36
Pole vault
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Flag of France.svg  Thierry Vigneron  (FRA)5.85 =CR Flag of France.svg  Ferenc Salbert  (FRA)5.85Flag of Poland.svg  Marian Kolasa  (POL)5.80
Long jump
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Robert Emmiyan  (URS)8.49 CR Flag of Italy.svg  Giovanni Evangelisti  (ITA)8.26Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Thomas  (FRG)8.12
Triple jump
details
Flag of France.svg  Serge Hélan  (FRA)17.15Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Khristo Markov  (BUL)17.12Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Nikolay Musiyenko  (URS)17.00
Shot put
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Ulf Timmermann  (GDR)22.19 CR Flag of Switzerland.svg  Werner Günthör  (SUI)21.53Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Smirnov  (URS)20.97

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Nelli Fiere-Cooman  (NED)7.01Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Anelia Nuneva  (BUL)7.06Flag of East Germany.svg  Marlies Göhr  (GDR)7.12
200 metres
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Kirsten Emmelmann  (GDR)23.10Flag of Spain.svg  Blanca Lacambra  (ESP)23.19Flag of France.svg  Marie-Christine Cazier  (FRA)23.40
400 metres
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Mariya Pinigina  (URS)51.27Flag of Germany.svg  Gisela Kinzel  (FRG)52.29Flag of Spain.svg  Cristina Pérez  (ESP)52.63
800 metres
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Christine Wachtel  (GDR)1:59.89Flag of East Germany.svg  Sigrun Wodars  (GDR)2:00.59Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Lyubov Kiryukhina  (URS)2:01.85
1500 metres
details
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Sandra Gasser  (SUI)4:08.76Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Svetlana Kitova  (URS)4:09.01Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Ivana Walterová  (TCH)4:09.09
3000 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Yvonne Murray  (GBR)8:46.06 CR Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Elly van Hulst  (NED)8:51.40Flag of Germany.svg  Brigitte Kraus  (FRG)8:53.01
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Yordanka Donkova  (BUL)7.79Flag of East Germany.svg  Gloria Uibel  (GDR)7.89Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Ginka Zagorcheva  (BUL)7.92
3000 metres walk
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Dmitrochenko  (URS)12:57.29Flag of Italy.svg  Giuliana Salce  (ITA)12:59.11Flag of Sweden.svg  Monica Gunnarsson  (SWE)13:06.46
High jump
details
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Stefka Kostadinova  (BUL)1.97Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Tamara Bykova  (URS)1.94Flag of East Germany.svg  Susanne Beyer  (GDR)
Flag of Poland.svg  Elżbieta Trylińska  (POL)
1.91
Long jump
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Heike Drechsler  (GDR)7.12Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Galina Chistyakova  (URS)6.89Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yelena Belevskaya  (URS)6.76
Shot put
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Akhrimenko  (URS)20.84Flag of East Germany.svg  Heidi Krieger  (GDR)20.02Flag of East Germany.svg  Heike Hartwig  (GDR)20.00

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)45413
2Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)45312
3Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)3126
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)3104
5Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)2316
6Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)2125
7Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)1113
8Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  (SUI)1102
9Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia  (TCH)1034
10Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)1023
11Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  (FIN)1012
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)1012
13Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)0336
14Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)0314
Totals (14 nations)24242472

Participating nations

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