1990 Lithuanian Athletics Championships

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The 67th 1990 Lithuanian Athletics Championships were held at 1990.

Winners

MenEventWomen
AthleteResultAthleteResult
Eimantas Skrabulis 10,3100 m Ilona Karopcikiené 11,6
Eimantas Skrabulis 21,4200 m Ilona Karopcikiené 24,0
Ričardas Lazauskas 48,0400 m Ana Ambrazienė 52,4
Rolandas Vasiliauskas 1:49.6800 m Stefanija Statkuviené 2:01.3
Sergėjus Masalkovas 3:50.71500 m Stefanija Statkuviené 4:12.7
3000 m Gyté Nemceviciûté 9:30.5
Vytautas Ežerskis 14:37.25000 m
Romas Sausaitis  [ lt ]30:15.410 000 m Vilija Birbalaité 36:30.19
Raimondas Juodeška 9:15.63000 m st.
Laisvûnas Sankauskas 14.1110/100 m hurdles Flag of Latvia.svg Ludmila Olijara 12.9
Flag of Estonia.svg Indrek Kaseorg 51.8400 m hurdles Margarita Jaseviciené 56,3
Rolandas Verkys 2,20High jump Flag of Latvia.svg Valentīna Gotovska 1,89
Flag of Belarus.svg Sergey Kravchenko 7,75Long jump Neringa Jakštiené 6,22
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Damir Tashpulatov 16,64Triple jump
Saulius Kleiza 20,07Shot put Danguolė Urbikienė 18,76
Vaclavas Kidykas 64,96Discus throw Austra Mikelyté 63,00
Donatas Plungé 78,60Hammer throw
Kęstutis Mikša 67,00Javelin throw Teresé Nekrošaité 62,96
Tomas Onuškevicius 7752Hepta/Decathlon Remigija Nazaroviené 6335
10 km walk Rūta Erlingyté 47:35.0
Viktoras Meškauskas 1:24:29.420 km walk Rūta Erlingyté 1:39:30
Kęstutis Jezepcikas 2:13:0730 km walk
Kęstutis Jezepcikas 4:03:0750 km walk
Romas Sausaitis Long cross Regina Cistiakova
Dainius Virbickas Short cross Dalia Matuseviciené


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