|2nd IAAF World Indoor Championships|
|Dates||3 March – 5 March|
|Host city||Budapest, Hungary|
|Participation||373 athletes from |
The 2nd IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics were held at the Budapest Sportcsarnok in Budapest, Hungary from March 3 to March 5, 1989. There were a total number of 373 participating athletes from 62 countries.
1985 | 1987 | 1989 | 1991 | 1993
|60 metres|| Andrés Simón ||6.52|| John Myles-Mills ||6.59|| Pierfrancesco Pavoni ||6.61|
|200 metres|| John Regis ||20.54|
| Ade Mafe ||20.87|| Kevin Little ||21.12|
|400 metres|| Antonio McKay ||45.59|
| Ian Morris ||46.09|| Cayetano Cornet ||46.40|
|800 metres|| Paul Ereng ||1:44.84|
| José Luiz Barbosa ||1:45.55|| Tonino Viali ||1:46.95|
|1500 metres|| Marcus O'Sullivan ||3:36.64|
| Hauke Fuhlbrügge ||3:37.80|| Jeff Atkinson ||3:38.12|
|3000 metres|| Saïd Aouita ||7:47.94|
| José Luis González ||7:48.66|| Dieter Baumann ||7:50.47|
|60 metres hurdles|| Roger Kingdom ||7.43|
| Colin Jackson ||7.45|| Igors Kazanovs ||7.59|
|5000 metres walk|| Mikhail Shchennikov ||18:27.10|
| Roman Mrázek ||18:28.90|| Frants Kostyukevich ||18:34.07|
|High jump|| Javier Sotomayor ||2.43|
| Dietmar Mögenburg ||2.35|| Patrik Sjöberg ||2.35|
|Pole vault|| Rodion Gataullin ||5.85|
| Grigoriy Yegorov ||5.80|| Joe Dial ||5.70|
|Long jump|| Larry Myricks ||8.37|
| Dietmar Haaf ||8.17|| Mike Conley ||8.11|
|Triple jump|| Mike Conley ||17.65|
| Jorge Reyna ||17.41|| Juan Miguel López ||17.28|
|Shot put|| Ulf Timmermann ||21.75|| Randy Barnes ||21.28|| Georg Andersen ||20.98|
1985 | 1987 | 1989 | 1991 | 1993
|60 metres|| Nelli Fiere-Cooman ||7.05|
| Gwen Torrence ||7.07|| Merlene Ottey ||7.10|
|200 metres|| Merlene Ottey ||22.34|
| Grace Jackson ||22.95|| Natalya Kovtun ||23.28|
|400 metres|| Helga Arendt ||51.52|
| Diane Dixon ||51.77|| Jillian Richardson ||52.02|
|800 metres|| Christine Wachtel ||1:59.24|
| Tatyana Grebenchuk ||1:59.53|| Ellen Kiessling ||1:59.68|
|1500 metres|| Doina Melinte ||4:04.79|
| Svetlana Kitova ||4:05.71|| Yvonne Mai ||4:06.09|
|3000 metres|| Elly van Hulst ||8:33.82|
| Liz McColgan ||8:34.80|| Margareta Keszeg ||8:48.70|
|60 metres hurdles|| Yelizaveta Chernyshova ||7.82|
| Lyudmila Narozhilenko ||7.83|| Cornelia Oschkenat ||7.86|
|3000 metres walk|| Kerry Saxby ||12:01.65|
| Beate Anders ||12:07.73|| Ileana Salvador ||12:11.33|
|High jump|| Stefka Kostadinova ||2.02|| Tamara Bykova ||2.02|| Heike Redetzky ||1.94|
|Long jump|| Galina Chistyakova ||6.98|| Marieta Ilcu ||6.86|| Larisa Berezhnaya ||6.82|
|Shot put|| Claudia Losch ||20.45|| Huang Zhihong ||20.25|| Christa Wiese ||19.75|
|Totals (24 nations)||24||24||24||72|
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