|2021 Lithuanian Athletics Championships|
|Host city||Palanga, Lithuania|
|Venue||Palangos centrinis stadionas|
The 2021 Lithuanian Athletics Championships was the 98th edition of the national championship in outdoor track and field for athletes in Lithuania. It was held between 25 and 26 June at the Palangos centrinis stadionas in Palanga.
|100 metres||Kristupas Seikauskas||10.68||Giedrius Rupeika||10.85||Kostas Skrabulis||10.88|
|200 metres||Gediminas Truskauskas||20.71||Tomas Keršulis||21.00||Kristupas Seikauskas||21.75|
|400 metres||Tomas Keršulis||47.79||Dariuš Križanovskij||49.24||Einius Trumpa||49.50|
|800 metres||Eduardas Rimas Survilas||1:51.36||Mindaugas Striokas||1:52.16||Arnas Gabrėnas||1:52.78|
|1500 metres||Simas Bertašius||3:40.14||Robertas Vališauskas||3:55.53||Justinas Laurinaitis||4:05.60|
|5000 metres||Egidijus Adomkaitis||14:49.93||Lukas Tarasevičius||14:57.29||Rimvydas Alminas||15:30.16|
|10,000 metres||Ignas Brasevičius||30:50.36||Remigijus Šnioka||32:29.68||Aurimas Rimkus||32:47.41|
|110 metres hurdles||Rokas Ickys||14.10||Martynas Vrašinskas||14.32||Edgaras Benkunskas||14.39|
|400 metres hurdles||Martynas Vrašinskas||56.28||Rytis Ašmena||57.02||Ignas Dailidėnas||57.62|
|3000 metres steeplechase||Giedrius Valinčius||8:59.67||Lukas Tarasevičius||9:13.55||Jonas Beleška||9:49.19|
|High jump||Adrijus Glebauskas||2.29||Augustas Bukauskas||2.10||Dainius Pazdrazdis||2.05|
|Pole vault||Osvaldas Gedrimas||4.90||Tomas Sabašinskas||4.40||Matas Adamonis||4.30|
|Long jump||Tomas Lotužis||7.45||Ramūnas Kleinauskas||7.34||Algirdas Strelčiūnas||7.19|
|Triple jump||Paulius Svarauskas||15.68||Tomas Lotužis||15.35||Gustas Griška||15.23|
|Shot put||Šarūnas Banevičius||16.92||Vytenis Ivaškevičius||15.95||Naubartas Stripeikis||15.63|
|Discus throw||Andrius Gudžius||67.21||Mykolas Alekna||63.52||Martynas Alekna||58.26|
|Hammer throw||Tomas Vasiliauskas||66.19||Gustas Pritulskis||56.54||Vytenis Giedraitis||52.89|
|Javelin throw||Edis Matusevičius||83.53||Tomas Sabašinskas||68.97||Skirmantas Šimoliūnas||68.02|
|4 × 100 metres relay|| Gabrielius Bžeskis |
|42.13|| Rokas Ickys |
|43.80|| Nikodemas Navickas |
|100 metres||Akvilė Andriukaitytė||11.68||Eva Misiūnaitė||11.71||Andrė Ožechauskaitė||11.77|
|200 metres||Akvilė Andriukaitytė||23.74||Eva Misiūnaitė||24.17||Lukrecija Sabaitytė||24.35|
|400 metres||Agnė Šerkšnienė||52.86||Erika Krūminaitė||56.30||Gabija Galvydytė||56.59|
|800 metres||Gabija Galvydytė||2:09.37||Eglė Vaitulevičiūtė||2:13.78||Augustė Žikaitė||2:17.50|
|1500 metres||Viktorija Varnagirytė||4:37.73||Vytautė Budavičienė||4:48.48||Meda Gasickaitė||4:49.31|
|5000 metres||Viktorija Varnagirytė||17:20.75||Aistė Labanauskaitė||19:00.43||Raimonda Kubiliūtė||19:11.95|
|10,000 metres||Diana Lobačevskė||35:01.13||Gitana Akmanavičiūtė||38:11.63||Aušra Garunkšnytė||42:40.46|
|100 metres hurdles||Beatričė Juškevičiūtė||14.01||Gabija Klimukaitė||14.43||Neda Lasickaitė||14.67|
|400 metres hurdles||Modesta Justė Morauskaitė||57.67||Kamilė Gargasaitė||1:03.73||Hanna Zikejeva||1:03.96|
|High jump||Airinė Palšytė||1.93||Urtė Baikštytė||1.85||Satera Balčaitytė||1.75|
|Pole vault||Akvilė Gedminaitė||3.40||Elzė Kudulytė||3.10||Ugnė Liubinaitė||3.10|
|Long jump||Jogailė Petrokaitė||6.28||Atėnė Šliževičiūtė||5.76||Austė Macijauskaitė||5.68|
|Triple jump||Dovilė Kilty||13.89||Diana Zagainova||13.62||Vaida Padimanskaitė||13.25|
|Shot put||Ieva Zarankaitė||15.47||Urtė Bačianskaitė||14.52||Marija Šyvytė||13.80|
|Discus throw||Ieva Zarankaitė||62.08||Zinaida Sendriūtė||59.51||Paulina Stuglytė||48.91|
|Hammer throw||Agnė Lukoševičiūtė||61.56||Mairita Pajedaitė||48.21||Gedmintė Mykolaitytė||41.25|
|Javelin throw||Liveta Jasiūnaitė||60.79||Kamilė Kunickaitė||44.94||Gustina Steponaitė||40.24|
|4 × 100 metres relay|| Elzė Kudulytė |
|49.18|| Satera Balčaitytė |
|49.70|| Gerda Kirkytė |
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