|2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships|
|Host city||Toruń, Poland|
|Participation||659 athletes from |
The 2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held from 4 to 7 March 2021 at the Arena Toruń in Toruń, Poland.This was the second time this event was held in Poland after the 1975 edition in Katowice. The four-day competition featured 13 men's and 13 women's athletics events. Altogether 659 athletes from 46 countries participated in the event which is a record in the competition's history. The Netherlands topped the medal table for the first time with four gold, one silver and two bronze medals. Katarzynka, a gingerbread, was the mascot.
All times are local (UTC+1).
|60 metres|| Marcell Jacobs |
|6.47 WL, NR|| Kevin Kranz |
|6.60|| Ján Volko |
|400 metres|| Óscar Husillos |
|46.22 SB|| Tony van Diepen |
|46.25|| Liemarvin Bonevacia |
|800 metres|| Patryk Dobek |
|1:46.81|| Mateusz Borkowski |
|1:46.90|| Jamie Webb |
|1500 metres|| Jakob Ingebrigtsen |
|3:37.56|| Marcin Lewandowski |
|3:38.06|| Jesús Gómez |
|3000 metres|| Jakob Ingebrigtsen |
|7:48.20 PB|| Isaac Kimeli |
|7:49.41|| Adel Mechaal |
|60 metres hurdles|| Wilhem Belocian |
|7.42 EL|| Andrew Pozzi |
|7.43 =PB|| Paolo Dal Molin |
|4 × 400 metres relay|| Netherlands |
Tony van Diepen
|3:06.06 EL, NR|| Czech Republic |
|3:06.54|| Great Britain |
|High jump|| Maksim Nedasekau |
|2.37 WL, NR|| Gianmarco Tamberi |
|2.35 =SB|| Thomas Carmoy |
|Pole vault|| Armand Duplantis |
|6.05 CR|| Valentin Lavillenie |
|5.80 =PB|| Piotr Lisek |
|Long jump|| Miltiadis Tentoglou |
|8.35 WL|| Thobias Montler |
|8.31 NR|| Kristian Pulli |
|Triple jump|| Pedro Pichardo |
|17.30|| Alexis Copello |
|17.04 SB|| Max Heß |
|Shot put|| Tomáš Staněk |
|21.62 SB|| Michał Haratyk |
|21.47|| Filip Mihaljević |
|Heptathlon|| Kevin Mayer |
|6,392 WL|| Jorge Ureña |
|6,158|| Paweł Wiesiołek |
|60 metres|| Ajla Del Ponte |
|7.03 WL, =NR|| Lotta Kemppinen |
|7.22|| Jamile Samuel |
|400 metres|| Femke Bol |
|50.63 EL, NR|| Justyna Święty-Ersetic |
|51.41|| Jodie Williams |
|800 metres|| Keely Hodgkinson |
|2:03.88|| Joanna Jóźwik |
|2:04.00|| Angelika Cichocka |
|1500 metres|| Elise Vanderelst |
|4:18.44|| Holly Archer |
|4:19.91|| Hanna Klein |
|3000 metres|| Amy-Eloise Markovc |
|8:46.43 PB|| Alice Finot |
|8:46.54 PB|| Verity Ockenden |
|60 metres hurdles|| Nadine Visser |
|7.77 WL, NR|| Cindy Sember |
|7.89|| Tiffany Porter |
|4 × 400 metres relay|| Netherlands |
Lisanne de Witte
|3:27.15 CR, NR|| Great Britain |
|3:28.20|| Poland |
|High jump|| Yaroslava Mahuchikh |
|2.00|| Iryna Herashchenko |
|1.98 PB|| Ella Junnila |
|Pole vault|| Angelica Moser |
|4.75 PB|| Tina Šutej |
|4.70 =PB|| Holly Bradshaw |
|Long jump|| Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk |
|6.92 WL|| Malaika Mihambo |
|6.88 SB|| Khaddi Sagnia |
|Triple jump|| Patricia Mamona |
|14.53 NR|| Ana Peleteiro |
|14.52 SB|| Neele Eckhardt |
|Shot put|| Auriol Dongmo |
|19.34|| Fanny Roos |
|19.29 NR|| Christina Schwanitz |
|Pentathlon|| Nafissatou Thiam |
|4904 WL, NR|| Noor Vidts |
|4791 PB|| Xénia Krizsán |
Host nation (Poland)
|Totals (22 nations)||26||26||27||79|
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