1996 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1996 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Stockholm1996logo.png
Dates8–10 March
Host city Stockholm
Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
Venue Globe Arena
Events26
Participation463 athletes from
44 nations

The host venue (shown during an ice hockey game) Globen interior2.jpg
The host venue (shown during an ice hockey game)

The 24th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held at the Globe Arena, Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden from Friday, 8 March to Sunday, 10 March 1996. [1]

Contents

This was the first edition to feature women's pole vault.

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Marc Blume  (GER)6.62Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jason John  (GBR)6.64Flag of Sweden.svg  Peter Karlsson  (SWE)6.64
200 metres
details
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Erik Wijmeersch  (BEL)21.04Flag of Greece.svg  Alexis Alexopoulos  (GRE)21.05Flag of Sweden.svg  Torbjörn Eriksson  (SWE)21.07
400 metres
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Du'aine Ladejo  (GBR)46.12Flag of France.svg  Pierre-Marie Hilaire  (FRA)46.82Flag of Italy.svg  Ashraf Saber  (ITA)46.86
800 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  Roberto Parra  (ESP)1:47.74Flag of Italy.svg  Giuseppe D'Urso  (ITA)1:48.04Flag of Poland.svg  Wojciech Kałdowski  (POL)1:48.40
1500 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  Mateo Cañellas  (ESP)3:44.50Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anthony Whiteman  (GBR)3:44.78Flag of France.svg  Abdelkader Chékhémani  (FRA)3:45.96
3000 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  Anacleto Jiménez  (ESP)7:50.06Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Christophe Impens  (BEL)7:50.19Flag of Greece.svg  Panagiotis Papoulias  (GRE)7:50.80
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of Latvia.svg  Igors Kazanovs  (LAT)7.59Flag of Latvia.svg  Guntis Peders  (LAT)7.65Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jonathan Nsenga  (BEL)7.66
High jump
details
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Dragutin Topić  (FR Yugoslavia)2.35Flag of Russia.svg  Leonid Pumalainen  (RUS)2.33Flag of Norway.svg  Steinar Hoen  (NOR)2.31
Pole vault
details
Flag of Belarus.svg  Dmitriy Markov  (BLR)5.85Flag of Russia.svg  Viktor Chistyakov  (RUS)5.80Flag of Russia.svg  Pyotr Bochkaryov  (RUS)5.80
Long jump
details
Flag of Sweden.svg  Mattias Sunneborn  (SWE)8.06Flag of Romania.svg  Bogdan Tarus  (ROM)8.03Flag of Greece.svg  Spyridon Vasdekis  (GRE)8.03
Triple jump
details
Flag of Latvia.svg  Māris Bružiks  (LAT)16.97Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Francis Agyepong  (GBR)16.93Flag of Armenia.svg  Armen Martirosyan  (ARM)16.74
Shot put
details
Flag of Italy.svg  Paolo Dal Soglio  (ITA)20.50Flag of Germany.svg  Dirk Urban  (GER)20.04Flag of Germany.svg  Oliver-Sven Buder  (GER)19.91
Heptathlon
details
Flag of Estonia.svg  Erki Nool  (EST)6188Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Tomáš Dvořák  (CZE)6114Flag of Iceland.svg  Jón Arnar Magnússon  (ISL)6069

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres
details
Flag of Greece.svg  Ekaterini Thanou  (GRE)7.15Flag of France.svg  Odiah Sidibé  (FRA)7.15Flag of Slovenia.svg  Jerneja Perc  (SLO)7.28
200 metres
details
Flag of Spain.svg  Sandra Myers  (ESP)23.15Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Erika Suchovská  (CZE)23.16Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Zlatka Georgieva  (BUL)23.40
400 metres
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Grit Breuer  (GER)50.81Flag of Russia.svg  Olga Kotlyarova  (RUS)51.70Flag of Russia.svg  Tatyana Chebykina  (RUS)51.71
800 metres
details
Flag of France.svg  Patricia Djaté  (FRA)2:01.71Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Stella Jongmans  (NED)2:01.88Flag of Russia.svg  Svetlana Masterkova  (RUS)2:02.61
1500 metres
details
Flag of Portugal.svg  Carla Sacramento  (POR)4:08.95Flag of Russia.svg  Yekaterina Podkopayeva  (RUS)4:09.65Flag of Poland.svg  Małgorzata Rydz  (POL)4:10.50
3000 metres
details
Flag of Portugal.svg  Fernanda Ribeiro  (POR)8:39.48Flag of Sweden.svg  Sara Wedlund  (SWE)8:50.32Flag of Spain.svg  Marta Domínguez  (ESP)8:53.34
60 metres hurdles
details
Flag of France.svg  Patricia Girard-Léno  (FRA)7.89Flag of Slovenia.svg  Brigita Bukovec  (SLO)7.90Flag of France.svg  Monique Tourret  (FRA)8.09
High jump
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Alina Astafei  (GER)1.98Flag of Greece.svg  Níki Bakogiánni  (GRE)1.96Flag of Moldova.svg  Olga Bolşova  (MDA)1.94 NR
Pole vault
details
Flag of Iceland.svg  Vala Flosadóttir  (ISL)4.16Flag of Germany.svg  Christine Adams  (GER)4.05Flag of Romania.svg  Gabriela Mihalcea  (ROM)4.05
Long jump
details
Flag of Denmark.svg  Renata Nielsen  (DEN)6.76Flag of Russia.svg  Yelena Sinchukova  (RUS)6.75Flag of Germany.svg  Claudia Gerhardt  (GER)6.74
Triple jump
details
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Iva Prandzheva  (BUL)14.54Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Šárka Kašpárková  (CZE)14.50Flag of Greece.svg  Ólga Vasdéki  (GRE)14.30
Shot put
details
Flag of Germany.svg  Astrid Kumbernuss  (GER)19.79Flag of Russia.svg  Irina Khudoroshkina  (RUS)19.07Flag of Ukraine.svg  Valentina Fedyushina  (UKR)18.90
Pentathlon
details
Flag of Russia.svg  Yelena Lebedenko  (RUS)4685Flag of Poland.svg  Urszula Włodarczyk  (POL)4597Flag of Russia.svg  Irina Vostrikova  (RUS)4545

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Germany.svg  Germany  (GER)4228
2Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)4015
3Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)2226
4Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia  (LAT)2103
5Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal  (POR)2002
6Flag of Russia.svg  Russia  (RUS)16411
7Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)1304
8Flag of Greece.svg  Greece  (GRE)1236
9Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)1124
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)1113
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)1113
12Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)1012
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland  (ISL)1012
14Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus  (BLR)1001
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark  (DEN)1001
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia  (EST)1001
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  FR Yugoslavia  (FR Yugoslavia)1001
18Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic  (CZE)0303
19Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)0123
20Flag of Romania.svg  Romania  (ROM)0112
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia  (SLO)0112
22Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)0101
23Flag of Armenia.svg  Armenia  (ARM)0011
Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova  (MDA)0011
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway  (NOR)0011
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine  (UKR)0011
Totals (26 nations)26262678

Participating nations

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