2021 Spanish Indoor Athletics Championships

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2021 Spanish Indoor Athletics Championships
Dates19–21 February
Host city Madrid
Venue Polideportivo Gallur
Events26
2020
2022

The 2021 Spanish Indoor Athletics Championships was the 57th edition of the annual indoor track and field competition organised by the Royal Spanish Athletics Federation (RFEA), which serves as the Spanish national indoor championship for the sport. A total of 26 events (divided evenly between the sexes) were contested over three days on 19 and 21 February at the Polideportivo Gallur in Madrid. [1] [2]

Contents

Results

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres Daniel Rodríguez
Playas de Castellón
6.67 PB Arian Olmos Téllez
Playas de Castellón
6.73 Mario López
At. Numantino
Sergio López
Nutriban At. Alcantarilla
6.74
200 metres Daniel Rodríguez
Playas de Castellón
20.83 PB Manuel Guijarro
F.C. Barcelona)
21.08 PB Oriol Madí
S.G. Pontevedra
21.23
400 metres Óscar Husillos
C.A. Adidas
46.55 Samuel García
Tenerife Caja Canarias
46.97 Lucas Búa
F.C. Barcelona
47.13
800 metres Álvaro de Arriba
C.D. Nike Running
1:47.91 Pablo Sánchez-Valladares
F.C. Barcelona
1:48.36 Mariano García
Playas de Castellón
1:48.51
1500 metres Jesús Gómez
C.D. Nike Running
3:49.32 Abderrahman El Khayami
Playas de Castellón
3:50.21 Llorenç Sales
U.A. Montsià
3:50.43
3000 metres Adel Mechaal
New Balance Team
8:20.17 Mohamed Katir
Playas de Castellón
8:22.14 Gonzalo García
Cueva de Nerja
8:22.96
60 m hurdles Asier Martínez
Grupompleo Pamplona
7.63 PB Enrique Llopis
C.A. Gandía
7.71 PB Daniel Cisneros
At. Numantino
7.88 PB
High jump David Bolado
At. Numantino
2.15 m Angel Torrero
A.A. Catalunya
2.12 m Juan Ignacio López
Fent Camí Mislata
2.12 m
Pole vault Isidro Leyva
Nerja Atletismo
5.55 m PB Alex Gracia
F.C. Barcelona
5.42 m PB Adrián Vallés
Grupompleo Pamplona
5.37 m
Long jump Eusebio Cáceres
Independent
7.91 m Francisco Javier Cobián
Universidad Oviedo
7.70 m Jean Marie Okutu
F.C. Barcelona
7.68 m
Triple jump Sergio Solanas
A.D. Marathon
16.19 m Eneko Carrascal
Real Sociedad
16.14 m PB José Emilio Bellido
Playas de Castellón
16.12 m
Shot put Carlos Tobalina
F.C. Barcelona
19.67 m Borja Vivas
At. Málaga
18.81 m José Ángel Pinedo
Fent Camí Mislata
18.71 m PB
Heptathlon Mario Arancón
At. Numantino
5508 pts Pablo Martínez de Guereñu
Durango Kirol Taldea
5462 pts Jesús Castillo
Cornellá At.
5432 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres Paula Sevilla
Playas de Castellón
7.29 CR PB María Isabel Pérez
Valencia C.A.
7.33 María Cisneros
Universidad León
7.41 PB
200 metres Nerea Bermejo
Grupompleo Pamplona
23.54 PB Estela García
Independent
23.87 Anna Obradors
L'Hospitalet At.
23.93 PB
400 metres Aauri Lorena Bokesa
F.C. Barcelona
52.74 PB Andrea Jiménez
Playas de Castellón
53.66 Salma Paralluelo
Playas de Castellón
53.92
800 metres Lorea Ibarzábal
At. San Sebastián
2:05.81 PB Daniela García
Playas de Castellón
2:06.00 Natalia Romero
Unicaja Jaén
2:06.52
1500 metres Esther Guerrero
New Balance Team
4:07.48 CR Marta Pérez
C.A. Adidas
4:09.44 Águeda Muñoz
F.C. Barcelona
4:14.18 PB
3000 metres Marta García
F.C. Barcelona
9:14.76 Blanca Fernández
F.C. Barcelona
9:15.31 Lucía Rodríguez
C.D. Nike Running
9:16.10
60 m hurdles Xenia Benach
Alcampo Scorpio 71
8.20 Caridad Jerez
F.C. Barcelona
8.20 Carmen Sánchez
At. Arroyomolinos
8.25 PB
High jump Izaskun Turrillas
Grupompleo Pamplona
1.81 m Una Stancev
Cueva de Nerja
1.74 m Raquel Álvarez
Las Celtíberas
1.74 m
Pole vault Malen Ruiz de Azúa
Valencia C.A.
4.43 m Miren Bartolomé
Grupompleo Pamplona
4.38 m Andrea San José
F.C. Barcelona
4.28 m
Long jump Fátima Diame
Valencia C.A.
6.51 m Tessy Ebosele
Real Sociedad
6.31 m PB María Vicente
C.D. Nike Running
6.24 m
Triple jump Ana Peleteiro
C.A. Adidas
14.21 m Patricia Sarrapio
Playas de Castellón
13.77 m Tessy Ebosele
Real Sociedad
13.54 m PB
Shot put María Belén Toimil
Playas de Castellón
17.81 m Úrsula Ruiz
Valencia C.A.
16.24 m Mónica Borraz
F.C. Barcelona
14.92 m
Pentathlon María Vicente
C.D. Nike Running
4501 pts NR CR Claudia Conte
Playas de Castellón
4361 pts PB Carmen Ramos
Playas de Castellón
4060 pts

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