2002 Lithuanian Athletics Championships

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S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas

The 2002 Lithuanian Athletics Championships were held at the S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium in Kaunas on August 13 and August 14, 2002.

Contents

Men

Event1st place2nd place3rd place
100 m Dainius Šerpytis 10,77 Sigitas Kavaliauskas 10,89 Andrius Kačėnas 10,89
200 m Stanislav Michno 21,66 Raimondas Turla 21,84 Dainius Šerpytis 21,87
400 m Vlareij Petrulevič 47.69 Raimondas Turla 47.76 Stanislav Michno 48.68
800 m Mindaugas Norbutas 1:48.72 Andrius Masiulionis 1:49.88 Viktoras Mauricas 1:50.49
1 500 m Darius Gruzdys 3:55.85 Egidijus Rupšys 3:55.85 Mindaugas Kidulaitis 3:49.39
5 000 m Egidijus Rupšys 15:08.94 Tomas Venckūnas 15:15.91 Kęstutis Bartkėnas 15:18.49
110 m hurdles Saulius Vyšniauskas 14,45 Rolandas Stanionis 15,02 Giedrius Mačėnas 15,02
400 m hurdles Artūras Marčenko 53,00 Andrius Krištopaitis 53,96 Ridas Karaška 54,04
3 000 m steeplechase Mindaugas Pukštas 9:09.13 Karolis Levickis 9:17.78 Mindaugas Tomanas 9:31.69
4 × 100 m Vilnius's team

Eugenijus Libenka
Andrej Levšunov
Vaidas Krivičius
Marijus Gendrėnas

41,96 Kaunas's team

Andrius Karnašnikovas
Rolandas Stanionis
Saulius Vyšniauskas
Tadas Daukšas

42,69 Klaipėda's team

Mantas Semčenko
Donatas Rauktys
Gediminas Butenis
Ilja Andrusenko

42,77
4 × 400 m Vilnius's team

Andrius Krištopaitis
Andrius Masilionis
Marius Motusas
Paulius Jokubauskas

3:18.43 Klaipėda's team

Gediminas Butenis
Viktoras Mauricas
Darius Gruzdys
Žydrūnas Mažrimas

3:20.91 Šiauliai's team

Andrius Kazilionis
Tomas Rogožonskas
Jonas Spudis
Mindaugas Butkus

3:23.80
20 km walk Daugvinas Zujus 1:28:41 Linas Bubnelis 1:29:43 Andrius Tamulevičius 1:40:15
High Jump Aurelijus Eirošius 2,18 Mantas Šaulys 2,05 Modestas Žukauskas 2,0
Pole Vault Vytautas Žukaitis 4,10 Jonas Spudis 4,00 Darius Laurinčikas 3,80
Long Jump Marijus Gendrėnas 7,50 Valentin Linik 7,39 Evaldas Kavaliauskas 7,19
Triple Jump Ardydas Nazarovas 16,53 Audrius Raizgys 15,97 Andrius Gricevičius 15,15
Shot Put Gintautas Degutis 17,49 Vytas Druktenis 17,09 Tomas Keinys 15,29
Discus Throw Virgilijus Alekna 64,16 Romas Ubartas 52,60 Ernestas Filatovas 48,80
Hammer Throw Žydrūnas Vasiliauskas 59,30 Edgaras Brinkis 58,20 Edvardas Virvilas 51,80
Javelin Throw Arūnas Jurkšas 73,90 Tomas Intas 68,64 Aleksandras Kozlovas 63,05
Decathlon Gvidas Vorotinskas 7029 Regimantas Kičas 6424 Mantas Dilys 622

Women

Event1st place2nd place3rd place
100 m Agnė Visockaitė 11,48 Audra Dagelytė 11,87 Ernesta Karaškienė 11,98
200 m Audra Dagelytė 24,30 Edita Lingytė 24,50 Jolanta Kirejeva 24,88
400 m Inesa Kliukoitytė 55,62 Kristina Osipova 56,72 Jūratė Kudirkaitė 57,32
800 m Rasa Drazdauskaitė 2:04.33 Jūratė Kudirkaitė 2:05.08 Diana Baliutytė 2:09.65
1 500 m Rasa Drazdauskaitė 4:23.83 Justina Zavackaitė 4:47.16 Erika Navickytė 4:47.23
5 000 m Inga Juodeškienė 16:29.44 Laima Šerelytė 18:19.89 Aleksandra Šarkova 18:52.19
100 m hurdles Erika Karaškienė 13,97 Viktorija Žemaitytė 15,05 Diana Radavičienė 15,35
400 m hurdles Kristina Osipova 1:01.97 Aurelija Venskaitytė 1:04.01 Lina Liutkutė 1:05.15
2 000 m steeplechase Odeta Šidlauskaitė 6:49.62 Ieva Bičkutė 7:31.45 Edita Gontytė 8:05.84
4 × 100 m Kaunas's team

Adrija Grocienė
Aidana Lygnugarytė
Edita Lingytė
Ernesta Karaškienė

47,64 Vilnius's team

Akvilė Buitkutė
Jolanta Kirejeva
Žana Minina
Irma Matijošiūtė

47,91 Naujoji Akmenė's team

Raimonda Bajorūnaitė
Inesa Rimkevičiūtė
Marina Sugak
Audra Dagelytė

49,38
4 × 400 m Kaunas's team

Aurelija Venskaitytė
Jūratė Kudirkaitė
Lina Liutkutė
Inga Kairytė

3:55.82 Vilnius's team

Aleksandra Šarkova
Anžela Maslovskaja
Jekaterina Šakovič
Kristina Osipova

3:58.17 Utena's team

Inga Kaušylaitė
Inga Raslanaitė
Sandra Rasikaitė
Viktorija Žemčiugova

4:01.03
20 km walk Kristina Saltanovič 1:32:49 Sonata Milušausakitė 1:38:54 Laura Sukockytė 1:56:03
High Jump Nelė Žilinskienė 1,87 Karina Vnukova 1,78 Austra Skujytė 1,75
Pole Vault Rita Snarskaitė 3,41 Edita Grigelionytė 3,20 Rita Andriukaitytė 2,60
Long Jump Adrija Grocienė 6,26 Živilė Šikšnelytė 6,25 Virginija Petkevičienė 6,14
Triple Jump Virginija Petkevičienė 13,73 Adrija Grocienė 13,28 Živilė Žebarauskaitė 12,99
Shot Put Austra Skujytė 16,20 Agnė Pacevičiūtė 13,10 Valda Morkūnienė 12,80
Discus Throw Viktorija Patapova 46,08 Zinaida Sendriūtė 43,66 Inga Timošenko 41,02
Hammer Throw Lina Skladaitytė 45,80 Renata Macytė 42,36 Lina Kraskauskaitė 42,24
Javelin Throw Indrė Jakubaitytė 52,20 Rita Ramanauskaitė 49,55 Dacė Juršienė 44,40
Heptathlon Remigija Nazarovienė 6005 Rita Grunskytė 4768 Enrika Baliutavičiūtė 4737

Medals by city

Pl.City Gold medal with cup.svg Silver medal with cup.svg Bronze medal with cup.svg Total
1 Kaunas 19161348
2 Vilnius 1313834
3 Šiauliai 32510
4 Klaipėda 2259
5 Švenčionys 1214
6 Naujoji Akmenė 1113
6 Birštonas 1113
8 Kelmė 1012
9 Marijampolė 1001
10 Panevėžys 0325
11 Vilkaviškis 0101
11 Skuodas 0101
13 Pasvalys 0011
13 Druskininkai 0011
13 Plungė 0011
13 Utena 0011
13 Rokiškis 0011

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