2021 Turkish Indoor Athletics Championships

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2021 Turkish Indoor Athletics Championships
Dates5–7 February
Host city Istanbul
Venue Ataköy Athletics Arena
Events26
2020
2022

The 2021 Turkish Indoor Athletics Championships was the tenth edition of Turkey's national championship in indoor athletics. It was held from 5–7 February in Istanbul at the Ataköy Athletics Arena. [1]

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In the men's pole vault, Ersu Şaşma set a Turkish indoor record of 5.72 m. [2]

Results

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres Kayhan Özer 6.67 s PB Aykut Ay 6.79 s Aşkın Sadi Aşkın 6.87 s PB
200 metres Oğuz Uyar 21.25 s PB Batuhan Altıntaş 21.35 s SB Cafer Güneş 21.86 s
400 metres Berke Akçam 47.46 s Yavuz Can 47.64 s SB Kubilay Ençü 47.75 s PB
800 metres Murat Yalçınkaya 1:51.76 min Abdullah Özdemir 1:52.11 min PB Mehmet Körpe 1:53.50 min
1500 metres Devrim Kazan 3:47.61 min PB Abdullah Özdemir 3:49.09 min Levent Ateş 3:49.88 min SB
3000 metres Abdurrahman Gedikoğlu 7:57.43 min PB Devrim Kazan 8:07.04 min PB Cihat Ulus 8:22.26 min SB
60 m hurdles Mikdat Sevler 7.80 s Furkan Aktaş 7.86 s PB Tibet Sancak 8.10 s
High jump Alperen Acet 2.22 m =SB Enes Talha Şenses 2.18 m Metin Doğu 2.15 m SB
Pole vault Ersu Şaşma 5.72 m NR Zeki Cem Tenekebüken 5.10 m SB Mustafa Berkay Gürmerıc 4.80 m =SB
Long jump Muammer Demir 7.74 m SB Alper Kulaksız 7.53 m Musa Tüzen 7.44 m PB
Triple jump Can Özüpek 16.41 m SB Mert Çiçek 15.56 m SB Ali Çolak 14.56 m
Shot put Melih Yersel 16.67 m PB Hasan Saygi 16.50 m PB Kadir Koratosun 13.22 m PB

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
60 metres Mizgin Ay 7.44 s SB Yudum İlıksız 7.56 s Burcu Erdemir 7.58 s
200 metres Elif Polat 24.51 s PB Edanur Kılıç 25.03 s PB Şerife Uysal 26.22 s PB
400 metres Emel Şanlı-Kırçın 54.12 s SB Elif Polat 56.77 s Ecem Ece 57.38 s PB
800 metres Tuğba Toptaş 2:09.38 min Damla Çelik 2:14.33 min Kübra Tatar 2:15.01 min SB
1500 metres Emine Hatun Mechaal 4:26.40 min SB Rahime Tekın 4:29.04 min SB Fatma Arik 4:29.87 min SB
3000 metres Gamze Bulut 9:27.30 min PB Burcu Subatan 9:29.72 min Rümeysa Coşkun 9:34.56 min PB
60 m hurdles Özge Soylu-Can 8.54 s Hayrun Nisa Kapar 9.02 s PB Seda Albayrak 9.35 s PB
High jump Buse Savaşkan 1.82 m Kadriye Aydın 1.79 m SB Merve Menekşe 1.76 m SB
Pole vault Mesure Tutku Yılmaz 4.30 m =PB Buse Arıkazan 4.25 m =SB Sumeyye Kinar 3.20 m
Long jump Emine Selda Kırdemir 5.82 m PB Cemre Bıtgın 5.71 m SB Seyma Bırıncı 5.29 m SB
Triple jump Beyza Gülenç 13.24 m Esra Yılmaz 12.76 m SB ?
Shot put Emel Dereli 17.50 m SB Pınar Akyol 16.15 m SB Aysel Yılmaz 14.97 m

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References

  1. Turkish Ind. Ch. Ataköy Arena, Istanbul (TUR) 05–07 FEB 2021. World Athletics. Retrieved 2021-04-02.
  2. Ersu Şaşma tarihi rekoru geliştirdi (in Turkish). Fanatik (2021-02-08). Retrieved 2021-04-02.
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