|1996 European Athletics Indoor Championships|
|Host city|| Stockholm |
|Participation||463 athletes from |
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This was the first edition to feature women's pole vault.
|60 metres hurdles||7.59||7.65||7.66|
|60 metres hurdles||7.89||7.90||8.09|
|High jump||1.98||1.96||1.94 NR|
|Totals (26 nations)||26||26||26||78|
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