2021 European Throwing Cup

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2021 European Throwing Cup
Split2021logo.png
Dates8–9 May
Host city Split, Croatia
LevelSenior, Under 23
Events16
2018
2021

The 2021 European Throwing Cup was hold on 8–9 May in Split, Croatia. [1]

Contents

Results

WL - the best result on the world lists in 2021EL - the best result on European lists in 2021CR - European Cup record
NR - national recordPB - personal recordSB - the best result of the season
  First classified in the overall ranking
  Second classified in the overall ranking
  Third classified in the overall ranking

Men

Seniors

EventFIRSTScoreSECONDScoreBRONZEScore
Shot put
Group A
Flag of Romania.svg Andrei Toader 20.83 PB Flag of Portugal.svg Francisco Belo 20.47 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Scott Lincoln 20.25
Shot put
Group B
Flag of Greece.svg Anastasios Latifllari 19.46 PB Flag of Poland.svg Sebastian Łukszo 18.75 SB Flag of Germany.svg Dennis Lewke 18.64 SB
Discus throw
Group A
Flag of Hungary.svg János Huszák 65.35 Flag of Iceland.svg Guðni Valur Guðnason 63.66 SB Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Marek Bárta 63.33
Discus throw
Group B
Flag of Croatia.svg Marin Premeru 60.70 SB Flag of Cyprus.svg Christoforos Genethli 58.82 Flag of Cyprus.svg Rafail Antoniou 56.77
Hammer Throw
Group A
Flag of Turkey.svg Eşref Apak 75.99 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Chris Bennett 75.36 Flag of France.svg Yann Chaussinand 74.54
Hammer Throw
Group B
Flag of Germany.svg Tristan Schwandke 72.42 SB Flag of Poland.svg Marcin Wrotyński 71.72 PB Flag of Finland.svg Henri Liipola 71.17 SB
Javelin throw
Group A
Flag of Germany.svg Johannes Vetter 91.12 Flag of Moldova.svg Andrian Mardare 86.66 NR Flag of Belarus.svg Pavel Mialeshka 82.55
Javelin throw
Group B
Flag of Slovakia.svg Jakub Kubínec 78.47 PB Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Orlando 77.05 PB Flag of Slovakia.svg Maximilian Slezák 74.26 SB

U23

EventFIRSTScoreSECONDScoreBRONZEScore
Shot put Flag of Belarus.svg Dzmitry Karpuk  [ no ]19.99 Flag of Greece.svg Odisséas Mouzenídis  [ fr ]19.81 Flag of Turkey.svg Alperen Karahan 19.48
Discus throw Flag of Belarus.svg Yauheni Bahutski 64.37 CR Flag of Cyprus.svg Giorgos Koniarakis 59.31 PB Flag of France.svg Tom Reux 58.11
Hammer throw Flag of Greece.svg Christos Frantzeskakis 75.10 SB Flag of Poland.svg Dawid Piłat  [ pl ]71.29 WU20L PB Flag of Portugal.svg Rúben Antunes 71.05 PB
Javelin throw
Group A
Flag of France.svg Teura’itera’i Tupaia 80.46 PB Flag of Belarus.svg Pawieł Sasimowicz 77.23 SB Flag of Finland.svg Topias Laine 76.84 SB
Javelin throw
Group B
Flag of Slovakia.svg Patrik Michalec 72.15 PB Flag of Moldova.svg Alexei Oleinic 67.59 SB Flag of Denmark.svg Jacob Binou Nielsen 67.24 PB

Women

Seniors

EventFIRSTScoreSECONDScoreBRONZEScore
Shot put
Group A
Flag of Germany.svg Sara Gambetta 18.86 EL PB Flag of Belarus.svg Alona Dubicka 18.79 SB Flag of Turkey.svg Emel Dereli 18.29 SB
Shot put
Group B
Flag of Portugal.svg Francislaine Serra 16.89 Flag of Finland.svg Senja Mäkitörmä 16.24 SB Flag of Hungary.svg Violetta Veiland 15.87 SB
Discus throw
Group A
Flag of Portugal.svg Liliana Cá 62.80 Flag of Portugal.svg Irina Rodrigues 62.79 SB Flag of Germany.svg Shanice Craft 62.05
Discus throw
Group B
Flag of Poland.svg Karolina Urban 57.14 SB Flag of France.svg Irène Donzelot 55.71 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Alida van Daalen 54.99
Hammer Throw
Group A
Flag of Poland.svg Malwina Kopron 72.82 Flag of Poland.svg Anita Włodarczyk 72.37 Flag of France.svg Alexandra Tavernier 70.55
Hammer Throw
Group B
Flag of Germany.svg Samantha Borutta 69.03 PB Flag of Germany.svg Carolin Paesler 66.92 SB Flag of Turkey.svg Kıvılcım Salman 65.47
Javelin throw
Group A
Flag of Poland.svg Maria Andrejczyk 71.40 WL CR NR Flag of Germany.svg Christin Hussong 66.44 SB Flag of Belarus.svg Tacciana Chaładowicz 62.88
Javelin throw
Group B
Flag of Hungary.svg Angéla Moravcsik 57.24 Flag of Italy.svg Sara Jemai 56.21 SB Flag of Poland.svg Klaudia Regin 54.87 of SB

U23

EventFIRSTScoreSECONDScoreBRONZEScore
Shot put
Group A
Flag of Turkey.svg Pınar Akyol 17.65 WU20L Flag of Sweden.svg Axelina Johansson 17.50 PB Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Katrin Brzyszkowská 15.62 PB
Shot put
Group B
Flag of France.svg Amanda Ngandu-Ntumba 16.09 PB Flag of Ireland.svg Casey Mulvey 15.62 PB Flag of Portugal.svg Débora Quaresma 14.32
Discus throw Flag of Turkey.svg Özlem Becerek 57.02 NU20R Flag of France.svg Amanda Ngandu-Ntumba 55.48 Flag of Denmark.svg Annesofie Hartmann Nielsen 54.21 PB
Hammer Throw
Group A
Flag of Italy.svg Cecilia Desideri 63.99 Flag of Denmark.svg Katrine Koch Jacobsen 63.67 Flag of Belarus.svg Mariolla Bykel 63.55
Hammer Throw
Group B
Flag of Poland.svg Ewa Różańska 67.46 PB Flag of Ireland.svg Nicola Tuthill 60.67 PB Flag of Estonia.svg Annika Emily Kelly 58.01
Javelin throw Flag of Serbia.svg Adriana Vilagoš 60.22 Flag of Finland.svg Julia Valtanen 56.24 Flag of Belarus.svg Karyna Butkiewicz 56.20

Medal table

Place Country Gold medal europe.svg
Gold
Silver medal europe.svg
Silver
Bronze medal europe.svg
Bronze
Europe medals.PNG
Total
1.Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 3205
2.Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 3025
3.Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 2237
4.Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 2114
5.Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 1214
6.Flag of France.svg  France 1146
7.Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 1102
8.Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 1001
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 1001
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 1001
11.Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 0112
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 0112
13.Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus 0101
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 0101
Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova 0101
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 0101
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 0101
18.Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 0022
19.Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 0011

Team standings

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