|1994 European Athletics Indoor Championships|
|Host city|| Paris |
|Venue||Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy|
|Participation||499 athletes from |
The 23rd European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Paris, the capital city of France in between 11 and 13 March 1994. This was the last edition to feature race walking.
|60 metres||Colin Jackson (GBR)||6.49||Alexandros Terzian (GRE)||6.51||Michael Rosswess (GBR)||6.54|
|200 metres||Daniel Sangouma (FRA)||20.68||Vladyslav Dolohodin (UKR)||20.76||Georgios Panayotopoulos (GRE)||20.99|
|400 metres||Du'aine Ladejo (GBR)||46.53||Mikhail Vdovin (RUS)||46.56||Rico Lieder (GER)||46.82|
|800 metres||Andrey Loginov (RUS)||1:46.38||Luis Javier González (ESP)||1:46.69||Ousmane Diarra (FRA)||1:47.18|
|1500 metres||David Strang (GBR)||3:44.57||Branko Zorko (CRO)||3:44.64||Abdelkader Chékhémani (FRA)||3:44.65|
|3000 metres||Kim Bauermeister (GER)||7:52.34||Ovidiu Olteanu (ROM)||7:52.37||Rod Finch (GBR)||7:53.99|
|60 metres hurdles||Colin Jackson (GBR)||7.41||Gheorghe Boroi (ROM)||7.57||Mike Fenner (GER)||7.58|
|5000 metres walk||Mikhail Shchennikov (RUS)||18:34.32||Ronald Weigel (GER)||18:40.32||Denis Langlois (FRA)||18:43.20|
|High jump||Dalton Grant (GBR)||2.37||Jean-Charles Gicquel (FRA)||2.35||Wolf-Hendrik Beyer (GER)||2.33|
|Pole vault||Pyotr Bochkaryov (RUS)||5.90||Jean Galfione (FRA)||5.80||Igor Trandenkov (RUS)||5.75|
|Long jump||Dietmar Haaf (GER)||8.15||Kostas Koukodimos (GRE)||8.09||Bogdan Tudor (ROM)||8.07|
|Triple jump||Leonid Voloshin (RUS)||17.44||Denis Kapustin (RUS)||17.35||Vasiliy Sokov (RUS)||17.31|
|Shot put||Aleksandr Bagach (UKR)||20.66||Dragan Peric (IEP)||20.55||Pétur Guðmundsson (ISL)||20.04|
|Heptathlon||Christian Plaziat (FRA)||6268||Henrik Dagård (SWE)||6119||Alain Blondel (FRA)||6084|
|60 metres||Nelli Cooman (NED)||7.17||Melanie Paschke (GER)||7.19||Patricia Girard (FRA)||7.19|
|200 metres||Galina Malchugina (RUS)||22.41||Silke Knoll (GER)||22.96||Jacqueline Poelman (NED)||23.43|
|400 metres||Svetlana Goncharenko (RUS)||51.62||Tatyana Alekseyeva (RUS)||51.77||Viviane Dorsile (FRA)||51.92|
|800 metres||Natalya Dukhnova (BLR)||2:00.42||Ella Kovacs (ROM)||2:00.49||Carla Sacramento (POR)||2:01.12|
|1500 metres||Yekaterina Podkopayeva (RUS)||4:06.46||Lyudmila Rogachova (RUS)||4:06.60||Małgorzata Rydz (POL)||4:06.98|
|3000 metres||Fernanda Ribeiro (POR)||8:50.47||Margareta Keszeg (ROM)||8:55.61||Anna Brzezińska (POL)||8:56.90|
|60 metres hurdles||Yordanka Donkova (BUL)||7.85||Eva Sokolova (RUS)||7.89||Anne Piquereau (FRA)||7.91|
|3000 metres walk||Annarita Sidoti (ITA)||11:54.32||Beate Gummelt (GER)||11:56.01||Yelena Arshintseva (RUS)||11:57.48|
|High jump||Stefka Kostadinova (BUL)||1.98||Desislava Aleksandrova (BUL)||1.96||Sigrid Kirchmann (AUT)||1.96 NR|
|Long jump||Heike Drechsler (GER)||7.06||Ljudmila Ninova (AUT)||6.78||Inessa Kravets (UKR)||6.72|
|Triple jump||Inna Lasovskaya (RUS)||14.88||Anna Biryukova (RUS)||14.72||Sofiya Bozhanova (BUL)||14.52|
|Shot put||Astrid Kumbernuss (GER)||19.44||Larisa Peleshenko (RUS)||19.16||Svetla Mitkova (BUL)||19.09|
|Pentathlon||Larisa Turchinskaya (RUS)||4801||Rita Ináncsi (HUN)||4775 NR||Urszula Włodarczyk (POL)||4668|
|2||Great Britain (GBR)||5||0||2||7|
|Independent European Participants (IEP)||0||1||0||1|
|Totals (20 nations)||27||27||27||81|
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