2012 European Athletics Championships – Men's long jump

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The men's long jump at the 2012 European Athletics Championships was held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium on 29 June and 1 July.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Sebastian Bayer
 Germany
Silver Luis Méliz
 Spain
Bronze Michel Tornéus
 Sweden

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2012 European Athletics Championships
World record  Mike Powell (USA) 8.95 Tokyo, Japan 30 August 1991
European record  Robert Emmiyan (URS) 8.86 Tsakhkadzor, Soviet Union 22 May 1987
Championship record  Christian Reif (GER) 8.47 Barcelona, Spain 1 August 2010
World Leading  Greg Rutherford (GBR) 8.35 Chula Vista, United States 3 May 2012
 Sergey Morgunov (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 20 June 2012
European Leading  Greg Rutherford (GBR) 8.35 Chula Vista, United States 3 May 2012
 Sergey Morgunov (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 20 June 2012

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
29 June 2012 13:50 Qualification
1 July 2012 17:45 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualification Performance 8.05 (Q) or at least 12 best performers advance to the final

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Sebastian Bayer  Germany 8.34 8.34 Q
2 B Michel Tornéus  Sweden 8.07 8.07 Q, =SB
3 A Luis Méliz  Spain 7.80 8.06 8.06 Q, SB
4 A Morten Jensen  Denmark x x 8.06 8.06 Q, SB
5 A Jj Jegede  Great Britain 7.77 x 8.01 8.01 q, SB
6 A Tommi Evilä  Finland x 7.69 8.01 8.01 q, =SB
7 A Roni Ollikainen  Finland 8.00 7.90 7.76 8.00 q
8 B Marcos Chuva  Portugal 7.79 7.81 7.96 7.96 q, SB
9 A Salim Sdiri  France 7.80 7.71 7.96 7.96 q
10 A Tomasz Jaszczuk  Poland 7.80 7.94 x 7.94 q
11 B Eusebio Cáceres  Spain 7.92 7.84 7.66 7.92 q
12 B Kafétien Gomis  France 7.44 7.24 7.89 7.89 q
13 B Chris Tomlinson  Great Britain 7.84 7.12 7.61 7.84
14 B Dimítrios Diamantáras  Greece 7.81 7.80 7.79 7.81
15 B Pavel Shalin  Russia 7.81 7.72 7.70 7.81
16 A Aleksandr Petrov  Russia x x 7.81 7.81
17 B Alyn Camara  Germany 7.80 7.79 x 7.80
18 B Štěpán Wagner  Czech Republic 7.80 7.72 7.75 7.80
19 A Roman Novotný  Czech Republic 7.80 x x 7.80
20 B Alexandru Cuharenco  Moldova 7.79 7.68 7.75 7.79 SB
21 B Julian Reid  Great Britain 7.37 7.73 7.40 7.73 SB
22 B Nils Winter  Germany x 7.71 7.61 7.71
23 B Mikko Kivinen  Finland 7.63 7.65 7.69 7.69
24 A Vardan Pahlevanyan  Armenia x 7.44 7.67 7.67
25 A Yeóryios Tsákonas  Greece 7.64 7.62 7.63 7.64
26 A Frédéric Erin  France 7.35 7.53 6.75 7.53
27 A Rain Kask  Estonia 7.28 7.50 x 7.50 =PB
28 A Kristinn Torfason  Iceland 7.49 7.41 7.44 7.49
29 B Arsen Sargsyan  Armenia 7.28 7.47 7.44 7.47
30 B Boleslav Skhirtladze  Georgia x x 7.23 7.23
31 A Dragoje Rajković  Montenegro x 6.34 x 6.34
32 B Jānis Leitis  Latvia x x 5.88 5.88
A Povilas Mykolaitis  Lithuania x NM
B Nikolay Atanasov  Bulgaria x x NM
B Dino Pervan  Croatia x x x NM
A Andreas Otterling  Sweden x x x NM
A Marko Prugovečki  Croatia x x x NM

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) Sebastian Bayer  Germany x x 8.03 8.09 8.33 8.34 8.34 SB
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Luis Méliz  Spain 7.97 8.21 8.05 7.87 x 7.60 8.21 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Michel Tornéus  Sweden 8.17 x 8.14 x x 8.17 SB
4 Jj Jegede  Great Britain 7.80 8.10 7.47 x x 7.62 8.10
5 Eusebio Cáceres  Spain 7.62 x 7.92 7.65 7.99 8.06 8.06 SB
6 Roni Ollikainen  Finland x 8.05 7.88 7.67 7.74 x 8.05 =NUR
7 Marcos Chuva  Portugal x 7.90 7.92 7.44 7.84 x 7.92
8 Tomasz Jaszczuk  Poland x 7.90 x 7.65 x 7.71 7.90
9 Kafétien Gomis  France 7.66 x 7.88 7.88
10 Tommi Evilä  Finland x 7.79 x 7.79
11 Morten Jensen  Denmark x 7.56 x 7.56
12 Salim Sdiri  France 7.48 x x 7.48

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