1988 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1988 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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Dates5–6 March
Host city Budapest
Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary
Venue Budapest Sportcsarnok
Events24
Participation358 athletes from
27 nations

The 19th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Budapest, Hungary on 5 and 6 March 1988.

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Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)6.57Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ronald Desruelles  (BEL)6.60Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Valentin Atanasov  (BUL)6.60
200 metres
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Nikolay Razgonov  (URS)20.62Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Nikolay Antonov  (BUL)20.65Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)20.83
400 metres
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Jens Carlowitz  (GDR)45.63Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Brian Whittle  (GBR)45.98Flag of Germany.svg  Ralf Lübke  (FRG)46.25
800 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  David Sharpe  (GBR)1:49.17Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Rob Druppers  (NED)1:49.45Flag of Switzerland.svg  Gert Kilbert  (SUI)1:49.46
1500 metres
details
Flag of Finland.svg  Ari Suhonen  (FIN)3:45.72Flag of Sweden.svg  Ronny Olsson  (SWE)3:46.16Flag of East Germany.svg  Rüdiger Horn  (GDR)3:46.51
3000 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  José Luis González  (ESP)7:55.29Flag of Switzerland.svg  Markus Hacksteiner  (SUI)7:56.04Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Mikhail Dasko  (URS)7:56.51
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Aleš Höffer  (TCH)7.56Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jon Ridgeon  (GBR)7.57Flag of Spain.svg  Carlos Sala  (ESP)7.67
5000 metres walk
details
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jozef Pribilinec  (TCH)18:44.40Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Roman Mrázek  (TCH)18:44.91Flag of Hungary.svg  Sándor Urbanik  (HUN)18:45.91
High jump
details
Flag of Sweden.svg  Patrik Sjöberg  (SWE)2.39Flag of Germany.svg  Dietmar Mögenburg  (FRG)2.37Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Sorin Matei  (ROM)2.35
Pole vault
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Rodion Gataullin  (URS)5.75Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Nikolai Nikolov  (BUL)5.70Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Atanas Tarev  (BUL)5.70
Long jump
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans Maas  (NED)8.06Flag of Hungary.svg  László Szalma  (HUN)8.03Flag of Italy.svg  Giovanni Evangelisti  (ITA)8.00
Triple jump
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Oleg Sakirkin  (URS)17.30Flag of Hungary.svg  Béla Bakosi  (HUN)17.25Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vasif Asadov  (URS)17.23
Shot put
details
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Remigius Machura  (TCH)21.42Flag of Germany.svg  Karsten Stolz  (FRG)20.22Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Georgi Todorov  (BUL)19.98

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Nelli Fiere-Cooman  (NED)7.04Flag of East Germany.svg  Silke Gladisch  (GDR)7.05Flag of East Germany.svg  Marlies Göhr  (GDR)7.07
200 metres
details
Flag of Poland.svg  Ewa Kasprzyk  (POL)22.69Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Tatyana Papilina  (URS)22.79Flag of Germany.svg  Silke Knoll  (FRG)23.12
400 metres
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Petra Müller  (GDR)50.28Flag of Germany.svg  Helga Arendt  (FRG)51.06Flag of East Germany.svg  Dagmar Neubauer  (GDR)51.57
800 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Sabine Zwiener  (FRG)2:01.19Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Olga Nelyubova  (URS)2:01.61Flag of Germany.svg  Gabi Lesch  (FRG)2:01.85
1500 metres
details
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Doina Melinte  (ROM)4:05.77Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Mitica Junghiatu  (ROM)4:06.16Flag of Germany.svg  Brigitte Kraus  (FRG)4:07.06
3000 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Elly van Hulst  (NED)8:44.50Flag of Germany.svg  Vera Michallek  (FRG)8:46.97Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wendy Sly  (GBR)8:51.04
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Cornelia Oschkenat  (GDR)7.77Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marjan Olyslager  (NED)7.92Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Mihaela Pogăcean  (ROM)7.92
3000 metres walk
details
Flag of Spain.svg  María Reyes Sobrino  (ESP)12:48.99Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Dana Vavracová  (TCH)12:51.08Flag of Spain.svg  Mari Cruz Díaz  (ESP)12:55.03
High jump
details
Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Stefka Kostadinova  (BUL)2.04Flag of Germany.svg  Heike Redetzky  (FRG)1.97Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Larisa Kositsyna  (URS)1.97
Long jump
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Heike Drechsler  (GDR)7.30Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Galina Chistyakova  (URS)7.24Flag of Poland.svg  Jolanta Bartczak  (POL)6.62
Shot put
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Claudia Losch  (FRG)20.39Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Larisa Peleshenko  (URS)20.23Flag of East Germany.svg  Kathrin Neimke  (GDR)20.20

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)4149
2Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)34310
3Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia  (TCH)3205
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)3205
5Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)25411
6Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)2226
7Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)2024
8Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)1236
9Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania  (ROU)1124
10Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)1102
11Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)1012
12Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  (FIN)1001
13Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary  (HUN)0213
14Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  (SUI)0112
15Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)0101
16Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)0011
Totals (16 nations)24242472

Participating nations

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