1989 European Athletics Junior Championships

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The 1989 European Athletics Junior Championships was the tenth edition of the biennial athletics competition for European athletes aged under twenty. It was held in Varaždin, Yugoslavia between 24 and 27 August. [1]

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Men's results

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Shlychkov  (URS)10.48Flag of Poland.svg  Marek Zalewski  (POL)10.52Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jason Livingston  (GBR)10.57
200 metresFlag of Poland.svg  Marek Zalewski  (POL)21.06Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Shlychkov  (URS)21.37Flag of Sweden.svg  Leif Jonsson  (SWE)21.41
400 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wayne McDonald  (GBR)47.27Flag of East Germany.svg  Jan Lenzke  (GDR)47.30Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Dmitriy Golovastov  (URS)47.31
800 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Craig Winrow  (GBR)1:50.01Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Paul Burgess  (GBR)1:50.18Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Vaclav Hrich  (TCH)1:50.22
1500 metresFlag of Germany.svg  Michael Kluwe  (FRG)3:45.19Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Barbone  (ITA)3:45.23Flag of Sweden.svg  Morgan Tollofsen  (SWE)3:45.34
5000 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Carsten Eich  (GDR)14:00.76Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Mayock  (GBR)14:11.05Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jon Dennis  (GBR)14:11.18
10,000 metresFlag of Italy.svg  Christian Leuprecht  (ITA)29:04.06Flag of France.svg  Laurent Saudrais  (FRA)29:07.99Flag of Italy.svg  Vincenzo Modica  (ITA)29:33.28
3000 m s'chaseFlag of Italy.svg  Angelo Giardiello  (ITA)8:53.60Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Spencer Duval  (GBR)8:54.68Flag of Germany.svg  Kim Bauermeister  (FRG)8:56.36
110 m hurdlesFlag of Finland.svg  Antti Haapakoski  (FIN)14.03Flag of France.svg  Sébastien Thibault  (FRA)14.14Flag of Italy.svg  Dario Volturara  (ITA)14.28
400 m hurdlesFlag of Italy.svg  Enzo Franciosi  (ITA)50.69Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vyachelsav Orinchuk  (URS)50.96Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Radek Bartakovic  (TCH)51.16
10,000 m walkFlag of Spain.svg  Valentin Massana  (ESP)40:14.17Flag of Spain.svg  German Nieto  (ESP)40:37.47Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Rashid Shafikov  (URS)40:38.47
20 km runFlag of East Germany.svg  Dirk Nurnberger  (GDR)1 h 01:55Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Dmitriy Solovyov  (URS)1 h 02:11Flag of Italy.svg  Giacomo Leone  (ITA)1 h 02:23
High jumpFlag of Sweden.svg  Mats Kollbrink  (SWE)2.26 mFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Stevan Zorić  (YUG)2.22 mFlag of Germany.svg  Wolfgang Kreissig  (FRG)2.20 m
Pole vaultFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Maksim Tarasov  (URS)5.60 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Igor Zaytsev  (URS)5.45 mFlag of Finland.svg  Olli-Pekka Mattila  (FIN)5.25 m
Long jumpFlag of Sweden.svg  Peter Oldin  (SWE)7.92 mFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wayne Griffith  (GBR)7.84 mFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Rudi Vanlancker  (BEL)7.79 m
Triple jumpFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Denis Kapustin  (URS)16.63 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Bykov  (URS)16.53 mFlag of Spain.svg  Mario Quintero  (ESP)16.18 m
Shot putFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Klimenko  (URS)19.38 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Dirk Preuss  (GDR)18.20 mFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Matthew Simson  (GBR)18.11 m
Discus throwFlag of East Germany.svg  Andreas Seelig  (GDR)59.10 mFlag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Ion Oprea  (ROM)54.72 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Gennadiy Pronko  (URS)54.22 m
Hammer throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergey Kirmasov  (URS)72.68 mFlag of Greece.svg  Savvas Saritzoglou  (GRE)67.68 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Igor Fyodorov  (URS)67.44 m
Javelin throwFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Ovchinnikov  (URS)76.96 mFlag of Finland.svg  Jarkko Kinnunen  (FIN)74.44 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Andrey Shevchuk  (URS)73.04 m
4×100 m relayFlag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)
Piotr Cywiński
Sławomir Kusiowski
Marek Zalewski
Robert Maćkowiak
40.00Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)
Steve Gookey
John Kenny
Wayne Griffith
Jason Livingston
40.11Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Eduard Krasnov
Aleksandr Shlychkov
Viktor Ziabkin
Anvar Kuchmuradov
40.39
4×400 m relayFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Aleksandr Angelov
Stanislav Gabydullin
Pyotr Zhelezniy
Dmitriy Golovastov
3:10.14Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Karsten Leuteritz
Gunnar Schmidt
Ralf Baxmann
Jan Lenzke
3:10.27Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)
Dian Ivanov
Dian Petkov
Dimitar Kolev
Konstantin Babalievski
3:11.10
DecathlonFlag of Germany.svg  Michael Kohnle  (FRG)8 114 ptsFlag of East Germany.svg  Norbert Lampe  (GDR)7 586 ptsFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  David Bigham  (GBR)7 446 pts

Women's results

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of France.svg  Odiah Sidibé  (FRA)11.41Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Zoya Taurin  (URS)11.48Flag of East Germany.svg  Manuela Derr  (GDR)11.51
200 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Manuela Derr  (GDR)23.39Flag of East Germany.svg  Jana Schonenberger  (GDR)23.49Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Zoya Taurin  (URS)23.66
400 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Anke Wohlk  (GDR)52.74Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Elena Solcan  (ROM)52.90Flag of Spain.svg  Julia Merino  (ESP)53.57
800 metresFlag of East Germany.svg  Birte Bruhns  (GDR)2:01.86Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Denisa Zavelca  (ROM)2:02.99Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Stella Jongmans  (NED)2:04.76
1500 metresFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Snežana Pajkić  (YUG)4:13.34Flag of East Germany.svg  Anke Schaning  (GDR)4:14.29Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Olga Yegorova  (URS)4:14.76
3000 metresFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Olga Nazarkina  (URS)9:08.41Flag of East Germany.svg  Anke Schaning  (GDR)9:08.66Flag of Italy.svg  Agata Balsamo  (ITA)9:18.96
10,000 metresFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Olga Nazarkina  (URS)32:25.74Flag of Portugal.svg  Mónica Gama  (POR)32:26.41Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Larissa Alekseyeva  (URS)33:20.53
100 m hurdlesFlag of East Germany.svg  Ilka Ronisch  (GDR)13.27Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yuliya Filippova  (URS)13.36Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Brigita Bukovec  (YUG)13.50
400 m hurdlesFlag of Germany.svg  Silvia Rieger  (FRG)56.39Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Anna Chuprina  (URS)56.70Flag of East Germany.svg  Heike Meissner  (GDR)56.77
5000 m walkFlag of East Germany.svg  Kathrin Born  (GDR)22:10.59Flag of Spain.svg  Olga Sanchez  (ESP)22:20.75Flag of Spain.svg  Fina Compte  (ESP)22:53.71
High jumpFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Yelena Yelesina  (URS)1.95 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Svetlana Lavrova  (URS)1.93 mFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Šárka Kašpárková  (TCH)1.91 m
Long jumpFlag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Mirela Belu  (ROM)6.58 mFlag of Sweden.svg  Erica Johansson  (SWE)6.50 mFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Lyudmila Galkina  (URS)6.44 m
Shot putFlag of East Germany.svg  Astrid Kumbernuss  (GDR)19.53 mFlag of Germany.svg  Gabriele Volkl  (FRG)17.19 mFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Renata Brukova  (TCH)17.18 m
Discus throwFlag of East Germany.svg  Astrid Kumbernuss  (GDR)63.70 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Jana Lauren  (GDR)62.38 mFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Jacqueline Goormachtigh  (NED)57.02 m
Javelin throwFlag of East Germany.svg  Karen Forkel  (GDR)70.12 mFlag of East Germany.svg  Britta Heydrich  (GDR)63.44 mFlag of France.svg  Nathalie Teppe  (FRA)55.88 m
4×100 m relayFlag of France.svg  France  (FRA)
Florence Ropars
Magalie Simioneck
Hélène Declerck
Odiah Sidibé
44.23Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
Melanie Paschke
Katrin Bartschat
Stefanie Hütz
Katja Seidel
44.71Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Ilka Rönisch
Manuela Derr
Jana Schönenberger
Andrea Philipp
44.99
4×400 m relayFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)
Manuela Derr
Anja Rücker
Heike Meissner
Birte Bruhns
3:33.38Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)
Yana Manuylova
Anna Mironova
Natalya Sniga
Viktoria Miloserdova
3:35.09Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
Anke Feller
Amona-Nicola Schneeweis
Tanja Schnabel
Silvia Rieger
3:36.49
HeptathlonFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Tatyana Blokhina  (URS)6032 ptsFlag of East Germany.svg  Beatrice Mau  (GDR)5974 ptsFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Marcela Podracka  (TCH)5960 pts

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)1210426
2Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)1110930
3Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)3238
4Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)3148
5Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)25411
6Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)2215
7Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)2125
8Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)2103
9Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania  (ROU)1304
10Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)1236
11Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  (FIN)1113
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)1113
13Flag of Greece.svg  Greece  (GRE)0101
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal  (POR)0101
15Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia  (TCH)0055
16Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)0022
17Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)0011
Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)0011
Totals (18 nations)414141123


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