2021 European Athletics U20 Championships

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2021 European Athletics U20 Championships
Tallinn2021U20logo.png
Dates15–18 July
Host city Tallinn, Estonia
Venue Kadriorg Stadium
Level Under 20
Events44
Participation1230 athletes from
46 nations

Kadrioru stadium.jpg

The 2021 European Athletics U20 Championships is the 26th edition of the biennial European U20 athletics championships. They were held in Tallinn, Estonia from 15 July to 18 July. [1] The 2021 European Athletics U23 Championships have been held in the same venue one week earlier, after Bergen renounced.

Contents

Medal summary

Men

Track

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Toby Makoyawo
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
10.25 =EU20L Jeff Erius  [ fr ]
Flag of France.svg  France
10.27 EU18L Matteo Melluzzo  [ it ]
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
10.31
200 metres Derek Kinlock
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
20.72 PB Eduard Kubelík
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
20.82 NU20R Federico Guglielmi  [ it ]
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
20.98 PB
400 metres Edward Faulds
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
45.72 EU20L Lorenzo Benati
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
46.27 PB Håvard Bentdal Ingvaldsen
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
46.70 PB
800 metres Krzysztof Różnicki  [ pl ]
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
1:47.44 Kacper Lewalski
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
1:48.50 Yanis Meziane
Flag of France.svg  France
1:48.56
1500 metres Cian McPhillips
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland
3:46.55 Rick van Riel
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
3:46.69 Henry McLuckie
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
3:47.15
3000 metres Nicholas Griggs
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland
8:17.18 Yassin Mohumed
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
8:18.36 Alex Melloy
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
8:18.49
5000 metres Joel Ibler Lillesø  [ de ]
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
14:32.93 David Cantero
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
14:33.55 Bastian Mrochen
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
14:34.04
110 metres hurdles (100 cm) Sasha Zhoya
Flag of France.svg  France
13.05 CR Matthew Sophia
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
13.26 Lorenzo Simonelli
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
13.34 PB
400 metres hurdles Berke Akçam
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
50.70 Oskar Edlund
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
51.15 Dominik Škorjanc
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia
51.78
3000 metres steeplechase Pol Oriach
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
8:41.36 EU20L Axel Vang Christensen
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
8:42.75 EU18L Cesare Caiani
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
8:50.16 PB
4×100 metres relayFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Joseph Harding
Jeriel Quainoo
Toby Makoyawo
Ethan Wiltshire
39.74Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Matthew Sophia
Nsikak Ekpo
Keitharo Oosterwolde
Xavi Mo-Ajok
40.07Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Angelo Ulisse
Filippo Cappelletti
Federico Guglielmi
Matteo Melluzzo
40.18
4×400 metres relayFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Brodie Young
Samuel Reardon
Charlie Carvell
Edward Faulds
Reuben Henry-Daire *
Daniel Joyce *
3:05.25 WU20L Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Stefano Grendene
Tommaso Boninti
Francesco Pernici
Lorenzo Benati
Neil Antonel *
3:07.13 SB Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Jan-Lukas Schröder
Max Tank
Malik Skupin-Alfa
Okai Charles
Friedrich Rumpf *
3:08.09 SB
10,000 m walk Paul McGrath
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
42:32.19 PB Mert Kahraman
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
42:37.83 PB Dmitriy Gramachkov
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
42:39.25 PB

Field

EventGoldSilverBronze
High jump Jonathan Kapitolnik
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel
2.25 EU20L Mateusz Kołodziejski
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
2.23 PB Sam Brereton
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
2.17 PB
Pole vault Anthony Ammirati
Flag of France.svg  France
5.64 Matvei Volkov
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
5.44 Oleksandr Onufriyev
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
5.44 PB
Long jump Oliver Koletzko
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
7.98 WU20L Bryan Mucret
Flag of France.svg  France
7.93 PB Erwan Konate
Flag of France.svg  France
7.91 PB
Triple jump Gabriel Wallmark
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
16.39 WU20L Dimitar Tashev
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
16.18 PB Viktor Morozov
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia
16.14
Shot put (6 kg) Muhamet Ramadani  [ it ]
Flag of Kosovo.svg  Kosovo
19.92 NU20R Ilya Misouski
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
19.49 Claudio Stoessel
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
19.43 PB
Discus throw (1.75 kg) Mykolas Alekna
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania
68.00 Magnus Zimmermann
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
61.55 Uladzislau Puchko
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
61.06
Hammer throw (6 kg) Dawid Piłat
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
79.59 NU20R Merlin Hummel
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
79.32 Jean-Baptiste Bruxelle
Flag of France.svg  France
77.90
Javelin throw Artur Felfner  [ uk ]
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
78.41 WU20L Onni Ruokangas
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
73.06 PB Lenny Brisseault
Flag of France.svg  France
72.62

Combined

EventGoldSilverBronze
Decathlon (junior) Jente Hauttekeete
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
8150 pts WU20L Sander Skotheim  [ no ]
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
8012 pts PB Téo Bastien
Flag of France.svg  France
7722 pts PB

Women

Track

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Rhasidat Adeleke
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland
11.34 Ivana Ilić  [ de ]
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia
11.42 Joy Eze
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
11.44 EU18L
200 metres Rhasidat Adeleke
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland
22.90 NR, EU20L Minke Bisschops
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
23.55 Success Eduan
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
23.62 PB
400 metres Kornelia Lesiewicz
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
52.46 Mary John
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
53.06 PB Veronika Arkhipova
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
53.41
800 metres Audrey Werro
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland
2:03.12 Svitlana Zhulzhyk
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
2:04.02 PB Valentina Rosamilia
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland
2:04.08
1500 metres Ingeborg Østgård
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
4:19.75 Marina Martinez
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
4:20.35 Mireya Arnedillo
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
4:21.29
3000 metres Ilona Mononen
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
9:15.66 PB Sofia Thøgersen
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
9:16.43 EU18L Ina Halle Haugen
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
9:16.47
5000 metres Carla Domínguez
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
16:16.57 Agate Caune
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia
16:17.56 EU18L Emma Heckel
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
16:20.18
100 metres hurdles Ditaji Kambundji
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland
13.03 Weronika Barcz
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
13.42 PB Marika Majewska
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
13.46
400 metres hurdles Andrea Rooth
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
57.16 EU20L Moa Granat
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
57.94 Martha K.D. Rasmussen
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
58.30
3000 metres steeplechase Olivia Gürth
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
9:59.15 PB Gréta Varga
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
9:59.17 Sevval Özdoğan
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
10:07.84 PB
4×100 metres relay Alyson Bell
Eve Wright
Joy Eze
Success Eduan
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
44.62 SB Cheyenne Kuhn
Sina Kammerschmitt
Antonia Dellert
Holly Okuku
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
44.68 Dorota Puzio
Monika Romaszko
Marta Zimna
Magdalena Niemczyk
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
44.79
4×400 metres relay Lena Leege
Lara-Noelle Steinbrecher
Anna Hense
Maja Schorr
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
3:35.38 WU20L Carmen Avilés
Berta Segura
Sofia Cosculluela
Lucia Pinacchio
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
3:36.10 NU23R Alessandra Iezzi
Federica Pansini
Angelica Ghergo
Alexandra Almici
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
3:36.31 SB
10,000 m walk Yuliya Khalilova
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
46:14.21 EU20L Eliška Martínková
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
46:23.74 PB Maële Biré-Heslouis
Flag of France.svg  France
46:32.94 PB

Field

EventGoldSilverBronze
High jump Britt Veerman
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
1.88 =NU23R Natalya Spiridonova
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
1.86 SB Elisabeth Pihela
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia
1.86 =PB
Pole vault Sarah Franziska Vogel
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
4.30 PB Emma Brentel
Flag of France.svg  France
4.20 Lisa Gruber
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria
4.15 =NU20R
Long jump Maja Åskag
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
6.80 Tessy Ebosele
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
6.63 PB Mikaelle Assani
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
6.62
Triple jump Maja Åskag
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
14.05 EU20L Valeriya Volovlikova
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
13.65 PB Darja Sopova
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia
13.62 NU20R
Shot put Pınar Akyol
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
16.80 Alida van Daalen
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
16.56 Nina Chioma Ndubuisi
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
15.71 WU18L
Discus throw Violetta Ignatyeva
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes
58.65 Alida van Daalen
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
55.63 Alina Nikitsenka
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
55.04
Hammer throw Silja Kosonen
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
71.06 CR Rose Loga
Flag of France.svg  France
67.70 Maryola Bukel
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
63.25
Javelin throw Elina Tzengko  [ de ]
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece
61.18 Adriana Vilagoš
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia
60.44 Anni-Linnea Alanen
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
54.80

Combined

EventGoldSilverBronze
Heptathlon Saga Vanninen
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
6271 pts WU20L Sofie Dokter
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
5878 pts PB Marie Dehning
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
5778 pts PB

Medal Table

Source: [2]

  *   Host nation (Estonia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)61512
2Flag of Germany.svg  Germany  (GER)44715
3Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland  (IRL)4004
4Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)3418
5Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)3328
6Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)3205
7Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  (FIN)3115
8Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)24612
ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes  (ANA) [1] 2226
9Flag of Norway.svg  Norway  (NOR)2125
10Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey  (TUR)2114
11Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  (SUI)2013
12Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)1708
13Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark  (DEN)1214
14Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine  (UKR)1113
15Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)1001
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece  (GRE)1001
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel  (ISR)1001
Flag of Kosovo.svg  Kosovo  (KOS)1001
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania  (LTU)1001
20Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)0268
21Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus  (BLR)0235
22Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic  (CZE)0202
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia  (SRB)0202
24Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia  (LAT)0112
25Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)0101
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary  (HUN)0101
27Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia  (EST)0022
28Flag of Austria.svg  Austria  (AUT)0011
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia  (CRO)0011
Totals (29 nations)444444132

^[1] ANA flag (2017).svg  Authorised Neutral Athletes are not classified in the medal table. [3]

Placing Table

Results: [4] [5] After 44 events.

Participation

1,230 athletes (624 men and 606 women) from 46 nations are expected to participate in these championships.

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References

  1. "Borås to host the 2019 European Athletics U20 Championships". European Athletics. 24 July 2018.
  2. https://results.european-athletics.com/EU20CH-/en/results/athletics/medal-standings.htm
  3. Medal Standings
  4. https://tallinn21-u20results.european-athletics.com/en/results/athletics/reports.htm
  5. https://tallinn21-u20results.european-athletics.com/resEU20CH-/pdf/EU20CH-/ATH/EU20CH-_ATH_C96_ATH-------------------------------COUNTRY.pdf