1973 European Athletics Indoor Championships

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1973 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Ahoy Rotterdam.png
Host cityRotterdam
Netherlands Netherlands
Date(s)10–11 March 1973
Main stadiumAhoy
Participation304 athletes from
24 nations
Events23
Records set7 CR

The 4th European Athletics Indoor Championships were held between 10 and 11 March 1973 in Rotterdam, Netherlands at the Ahoy arena.

The track used for the championships was 170 metres long.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
 Zenon Nowosz (POL) 6.64  Manfred Kokot (GDR) 6.66  Raimo Vilén (FIN) 6.71
400 metres
details
 Luciano Sušanj (YUG) 46.38 CR  Benno Stops (GDR) 47.31  Dariusz Podobas (POL) 47.40
800 metres
details
 Francis Gonzalez (FRA) 1:49.17  Gerhard Stolle (GDR) 1:49.32  Jozef Plachý (TCH) 1:49.50
1500 metres
details
 Henryk Szordykowski (POL) 3:43.01  Herman Mignon (BEL) 3:43.16  Klaus-Peter Justus (GDR) 3:43.36
3000 metres
details
 Emiel Puttemans (BEL) 7:44.51 CR  Willy Polleunis (BEL) 7:51.86  Pekka Päivärinta (FIN) 7:52.97 NR
60 metres hurdles
details
 Frank Siebeck (GDR) 7.71 CR  Adam Galant (POL) 7.76  Thomas Munkelt (GDR) 7.81
4 × 340 metres relay
details
 France
Lucien Sainte-Rose
Patrick Salvador
Francis Kerbiriou
Lionel Malingre
2:46.00  West Germany
Falko Geiger
Karl Honz
Ulrich Reich
Hermann Köhler
2:46.42 Only two starting teams
4 × 680 metres relay
details
 West Germany
Reinhold Soyka
Josef Schmid
Thomas Wessinghage
Paul-Heinz Wellmann
6:21.58  Czechoslovakia
Ivan Kováč
Jozef Samborský
Jozef Plachý
Ján Šišovský
6:21.60  Poland
Krzysztof Linkowski
Lesław Zając
Czesław Jursza
Henryk Sapko
6:26.95
High jump
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 István Major (HUN) 2.20  Jiří Palkovský (TCH) 2.20  Vasilios Papadimitriou (GRE) 2.17
Pole vault
details
 Renato Dionisi (ITA) 5.40 =CR  Hans-Jürgen Ziegler (FRG) 5.35  Jean-Michel Bellot (FRA) 5.30
Long jump
details
 Hans Baumgartner (FRG) 7.85  Max Klauss (GDR) 7.83  Grzegorz Cybulski (POL) 7.81
Triple jump
details
 Carol Corbu (ROM) 16.80  Michał Joachimowski (POL) 16.75  Mikhail Bariban (URS) 16.38
Shot put
details
 Jaroslav Brabec (TCH) 20.29  Gerd Lochmann (GDR) 20.12  Jaromír Vlk (TCH) 19.68

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
details
 Annegret Richter (FRG) 7.27 CR  Petra Vogt (GDR) 7.29  Sylviane Telliez (FRA) 7.32
400 metres
details
 Verona Bernard (GBR) 53.04  Waltraud Dietsch (GDR) 53.35  Renate Siebach (GDR) 53.49
800 metres
details
 Stefka Yordanova (BUL) 2:02.65 CR  Elfi Rost (GDR) 2:02.83  Elżbieta Skowrońska (POL) 2:02.90
1500 metres
details
 Ellen Tittel (FRG) 4:16.17  Tonka Petrova (BUL) 4:17.20  Iris Claus (GDR) 4:21.49
60 metres hurdles
details
 Annelie Ehrhardt (GDR) 8.02  Valeria Bufanu (ROM) 8.16  Teresa Nowak (POL) 8.23
4 × 170 metres relay
details
 West Germany
Christiane Krause
Annegret Richter
Ingeborg Helten
Rita Wilden
1:21.15  Austria
Brigitte Haest
Christa Kepplinger
Carmen Mähr
Karoline Käfer
1:23.33 Only two starting teams
4 × 340 metres relay
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 West Germany
Dagmar Jost
Erika Weinstein
Annelie Wilden
Gisela Ellenberger
3:10.85  France
Colette Besson
Chantal Jouvhomme
Chantal Leclerc
Nicole Duclos
3:11.20  Poland
Danuta Manowiecka
Marta Skrzypińska
Krystyna Kacperczyk
Danuta Piecyk
3:11.65
High jump
details
 Yordanka Blagoeva (BUL) 1.92 =CR  Rita Gildemeister (GDR) 1.86  Milada Karbanová (TCH) 1.86
Long jump
details
 Diana Yorgova (BUL) 6.45  Jarmila Nygrýnová (TCH) 6.30  Mirosława Sarna (POL) 6.15
Shot put
details
 Helena Fibingerová (TCH) 19.08  Ludwika Chewińska (POL) 18.29  Antonina Ivanova (URS) 18.25

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 West Germany (FRG)6208
2 Bulgaria (BUL)3104
3 East Germany (GDR)29415
4 Poland (POL)23712
5 Czechoslovakia (TCH)2338
6 France (FRA)2125
7 Belgium (BEL)1203
8 Romania (ROU)1102
9 Great Britain (GBR)1001
 Hungary (HUN)1001
 Italy (ITA)1001
 Yugoslavia (YUG)1001
13 Austria (AUT)0101
14 Finland (FIN)0022
 Soviet Union (URS)0022
16 Greece (GRE)0011
Totals (16 nations)23232167

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 EIC statistics handbook" (PDF). European Athletics. Retrieved 29 December 2018.