1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships
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Kelvin Hall, the host venue
Dates3–4 March
Host city Glasgow, Scotland
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom
Venue Kelvin Hall
Events25
Participation370 athletes from
28 nations

The 21st European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, on 3 and 4 March 1990. It was the last time that the event had been held annually and not biennially as it is now, as well as the last time that it was held over only two days. It also marked the debut of the women's triple jump event.

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The medal table was topped by the Soviet Union, followed by West and East Germany.

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)6.56Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)6.59Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jiří Valík  (TCH)6.63
200 metres
details
Flag of Italy.svg  Sandro Floris  (ITA)21.01Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Nikolay Antonov  (BUL)21.04Flag of France.svg  Bruno Marie-Rose  (FRA)21.28
400 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Norbert Dobeleit  (FRG)46.08Flag of East Germany.svg  Jens Carlowitz  (GDR)46.09Flag of Spain.svg  Cayetano Cornet  (ESP)46.01
800 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tom McKean  (GBR)1:46.22Flag of Spain.svg  Tomás de Teresa  (ESP)1:47.22Flag of Poland.svg  Zbigniew Janus  (POL)1:47.37
1500 metres
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Jens-Peter Herold  (GDR)3:44.39Flag of Spain.svg  Fermín Cacho  (ESP)3:44.61Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Morrell  (GBR)3:44.83
3000 metres
details
Flag of France.svg  Eric Dubus  (FRA)7:53.94Flag of France.svg  Jacky Carlier  (FRA)7:54.75Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Branko Zorko  (YUG)7:54.77
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Igors Kazanovs  (URS)7.52Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Jarrett  (GBR)7.58Flag of Germany.svg  Florian Schwarthoff  (FRG)7.61
5000 metres walk
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Mikhail Shchennikov  (URS)19:00.62Flag of Italy.svg  Giovanni De Benedictis  (ITA)19:02.90Flag of East Germany.svg  Axel Noack  (GDR)19:08.36
High jump
details
Flag of Poland.svg  Artur Partyka  (POL)2.33Flag of Spain.svg  Arturo Ortiz  (ESP)2.30Flag of Germany.svg  Dietmar Mögenburg  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Gerd Nagel  (FRG)
2.30
Pole vault
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Rodion Gataullin  (URS)5.80Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Grigoriy Yegorov  (URS)5.75Flag of Austria.svg  Hermann Fehringer  (AUT)
Flag of France.svg  Thierry Vigneron  (FRA)
5.70
Long jump
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietmar Haaf  (FRG)8.11Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Emiel Mellaard  (NED)8.08Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Robert Emmiyan  (URS)8.06
Triple jump
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Igor Lapshin  (URS)17.14Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Oleg Sakirkin  (URS)16.70Flag of Sweden.svg  Tord Henriksson  (SWE)16.69
Shot put
details
Flag of Austria.svg  Klaus Bodenmüller  (AUT)21.03 NR Flag of East Germany.svg  Ulf Timmermann  (GDR)20.43Flag of East Germany.svg  Oliver-Sven Buder  (GDR)20.20

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Ulrike Sarvari  (FRG)7.10Flag of France.svg  Laurence Bily  (FRA)7.13Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Nelli Fiere-Cooman  (NED)7.14
200 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Ulrike Sarvari  (FRG)22.96Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Kovtun  (URS)23.01Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Galina Malchugina  (URS)23.04
400 metres
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Marina Shmonina  (URS)51.22Flag of Romania.svg  Iolanda Oanta  (ROM)52.22Flag of Hungary.svg  Judit Forgács  (HUN)53.02
800 metres
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Lyubov Gurina  (URS)2:01.63Flag of Germany.svg  Sabine Zwiener  (FRG)2:02.23Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lorraine Baker  (GBR)2:02.42
1500 metres
details
Flag of Romania.svg  Doina Melinte  (ROM)4:09.73Flag of Switzerland.svg  Sandra Gasser  (SUI)4:10.13Flag of Romania.svg  Violeta Beclea  (ROM)4:10.44
3000 metres
details
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Elly van Hulst  (NED)8:57.28Flag of Romania.svg  Margareta Keszeg  (ROM)8:57.50Flag of East Germany.svg  Andrea Hahmann  (GDR)9:00.31
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Lyudmila Narozhilenko  (URS)7.74Flag of France.svg  Monique Ewanjé-Épée  (FRA)7.84Flag of Romania.svg  Mihaela Pogăcean  (ROM)7.99
3000 metres walk
details
Flag of East Germany.svg  Beate Anders  (GDR)11:59.36Flag of Italy.svg  Ileana Salvador  (ITA)12:18.84Flag of Italy.svg  Annarita Sidoti  (ITA)12:27.94
High jump
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Heike Redetzky  (FRG)2.00Flag of East Germany.svg  Britta Vörös  (GDR)1.94Flag of Romania.svg  Galina Astafei  (ROM)1.94
Long jump
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Galina Chistyakova  (URS)6.85Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Olena Khlopotnova  (URS)6.74Flag of East Germany.svg  Helga Radtke  (GDR)6.66
Triple jump
details
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Galina Chistyakova  (URS)14.14Flag of East Germany.svg  Helga Radtke  (GDR)13.63Flag of Portugal.svg  Ana Isabel Oliveira  (POR)13.44
Shot put
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Claudia Losch  (FRG)20.64Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Natalya Lisovskaya  (URS)20.35Flag of East Germany.svg  Grit Hammer  (GDR)19.34

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union  (URS)95216
2Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)5139
3Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany  (GDR)24511
4Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)2327
5Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)2125
6Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)1315
7Flag of Romania.svg  Romania  (ROM)1236
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)1113
9Flag of Austria.svg  Austria  (AUT)1012
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)1012
11Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)0314
12Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)0101
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  (SUI)0101
14Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia  (TCH)0011
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary  (HUN)0011
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal  (POR)0011
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)0011
Totals (17 nations)25252676

Participating nations

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