2021 World Para Athletics European Championships

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World Para Athletics European Championships
Host city Bydgoszcz
Country Poland
Nations participating44
Athletes participating674
Dates1–5 June 2021
Main venue Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium

The 2021 World Para Athletics European Championships was a track and field competition for athletes with a disability open to International Paralympic Committee (IPC) affiliated countries within Europe, plus Azerbaijan, Israel and a refugee team with one athlete. [1] This was the 7th edition of the event. [1] [2] This was also the first time that the event was held in Poland. Around 670 athletes competed at the event.

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History

The event was originally scheduled to be held between 3 and 7 June 2020. On 26 March 2020, it was announced that the event would be postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, [3] and in June it was confirmed that the postponement would be until 2021. [4]

Venue

The venue for the event was the Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium.

Schedule

As of June 2021. [5]

Date →Tues
1 June
Wed
2 June
Thurs
3 June
Fri
4 June
Sat
5 June
100 m Men
Details
T47
T53
T54
T13
T35
T36
T37
T63
T64
T38
T52
RR1
RR3
T11
T12
T33/34
T51
Women
Details
T11
T53
T54
T63
T13
T38
T34
T64
RR1
RR3
T12
T36
T35
T37
T47
200 m Men
Details
T51T64T37T35
Women
Details
T35
T36
T37
T47
T11
T12
T64
400 m Men
Details
T20
T52
T38T11
T13
T37
T47
T53
T54
T12
T62
T36
T44
Women
Details
T37
T47
T12
T20
T53
T54
T11
T13
T20
T62
T38
800 m Men
Details
T53
T54
Women
Details
T53
T54
T34
1500 m Men
Details
T46
T54
T11
T13
T20
T52
T38
Women
Details
T11
T13
T20
T54
5000 m Men
Details
T13T11T54
Women
Details
T54
4×100 m relay Universal
Details
Mixed
High jump Men
Details
T42/44/63/64
T47
Long jump Men
Details
T11
T38
T64
T12T36
T63
T20T13
T37
T47
Women
Details
T11
T37
T47
T12
T63
T20
T38
T64
T62
Shot put Men
Details
F12
F33
F40
F41
F55
F11
F20
F34
F37
F53
F32
F35
F36
F46
F57
T63
Women
Details
F20F40
F54
F57
F34
F36
F37
F41
F12
F32
F33
F35
Discus throw Men
Details
F56F52
F64
F11
F37
Women
Details
F38
F55
F64
F11/12F53F41
Javelin throw Men
Details
F46F37/38
F57
F64
F13
F34
F41
F54
Women
Details
F34F13
F56
F46
F54
Club throw Men
Details
F32F51
Women
Details
F51F32

Summary

Medal table

  *   Poland

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Russia.svg  Russia  (RUS)31251874
2Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine  (UKR)1713939
3Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  (POL)*15201449
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  (GBR)1491437
5Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)8111130
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands  (NED)811423
7Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  (SUI)84618
8Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey  (TUR)67417
9Flag of Spain.svg  Spain  (ESP)5121027
10Flag of Germany.svg  Germany  (GER)55616
11Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  (FIN)5128
12Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia  (SRB)43411
13Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic  (CZE)4318
14Flag of Greece.svg  Greece  (GRE)42511
15Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia  (CRO)42410
16Flag of Azerbaijan.svg  Azerbaijan  (AZE)3126
17Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark  (DEN)2226
18Flag of Italy.svg  Italy  (ITA)21710
19Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary  (HUN)2114
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland  (IRL)2114
21Flag of Austria.svg  Austria  (AUT)2013
22Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania  (LTU)1427
23Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal  (POR)1135
24Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium  (BEL)1113
25Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria  (BUL)1102
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway  (NOR)1102
27Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia  (LAT)1012
28Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus  (BLR)0516
29Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia  (SVK)0303
30Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland  (ISL)0112
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  (SWE)0112
32Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg  (LUX)0101
33Flag of Montenegro.svg  Montenegro  (MNE)0011
Totals (33 nations)157153137447

Multi-medalists

Medalists who have won at least three medals or more. [6]

RankNameCountryMedalEvent
1 Pierre Fairbank Flag of France.svg  France Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Men's 100m T53
Men's 400m T53
Men's 800m T53
Marcel Hug Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Men's 800m T54
Men's 1500m T54
Men's 5000m T54
Andrei Vdovin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Men's 100m T37
Men's 200m T37
Men's 400m T37
4 Merle Menje Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 400m T54
Women's 5000m T54
Women's 100m T54
Women's 800m T54
5 Luca Ekler Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 400m T38
Women's long jump T38
Women's 100m T38
Saska Sokolov Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 100m T47
Women's 200m T47
Women's javelin throw F46
7 Anastasiia Soloveva Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 400m T47
Universal 4x100m relay
Women's 100m T47
Women's 200m T47
8 Catherine Debrunner Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 100m T53
Women's 400m T53
Women's 1500m T54
Mandy Francois-Elie Flag of France.svg  France Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 100m T37
Women's 200m T37
Universal 4x100m relay
Yuliia Pavlenko Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 100m T11
Women's long jump T11
Women's 200m T11
11 Nataliia Kobzar Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 400m T37
Women's 100m T37
Women's 200m T37
Marlene van Gansewinkel Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 200m T64
Women's 100m T64
Women's long jump T64
13 Aleksei Bychenok Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Universal 4x100m relay
Men's 5000m T54
Men's 1500m T54
14 Viktoriia Slanova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Gold medal icon.svg Gold
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Universal 4x100m relay
Women's 100m T37
Women's 200m T37
Women's 400m T37
15 Hamide Kurt Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Women's 100m T53
Women's 400m T53
Women's 800m T53
16 Nikita den Boer Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 1500m T54
Women's 5000m T54
Women's 800m T54
Gerard Descarrega Puigdevall Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Men's 400m T11
Men's long jump T11
Men's 100m T11
Margarita Goncharova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Women's 400m T38
Women's long jump T38
Women's 100m T38
Vitalii Gritsenko Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Men's 400m T53
Men's 800m T54
Men's 100m T53
20 Nicolas Brignone Flag of France.svg  France Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Men's 100m T53
Men's 400m T53
Men's 800m T53
Julien Casoli Flag of France.svg  France Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Men's 800m T54
Men's 5000m T54
Universal 4x100m relay
Chermen Kobesov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Men's long jump T37
Men's 100m T37
Men's 200m T37
Nathan Maguire Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Silver medal icon.svg Silver
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze
Universal 4x100m relay
Men's 400m T54
Men's 800m T54

Representing countries

As of 30 April 2021. [7]

See also

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