European Championships

1934 - 2002

History

The discussion on the European Championships started before 1930, when a Hungarian member of IAAF, dr. Stankovic, submitted his idea to the International Federation. During the the Congress of IAAF in Berlin, on September 24, 1933 the Federation approved his proposals and Italy undertook the first championships.

The first European Championships were staged at Communale Stadium, Turin in 1934 including only men's events. Women's championships were held separately in 1938, but men's and women's events were combined at one venue from 1946. The championships are held at four-yearly intervals, althought there was a break in that pattern when they were held in 1969 and 1971.

Outdoor Championships Results

Turin 1934: men's results, medals table

Paris 1938: men's results, women's results, medals table

Oslo 1946: men's results, women's results, medals table

Brussels 1950: men's results, women's results, medals table

Bern 1954: men's results, women's results, medals table

Stockholm 1958: men's results, women's results, medals table

Beograd 1962: men's results, women's results, medals table

Budapest 1966: men's results, women's results, medals table

Athens 1969: men's results, women's results, medals table

Helsinki 1971: men's results, women's results, medals table

Rome 1974: men's results, women's results, medals table

Prague 1978: men's results, women's results, medals table

Athens 1982: men's results, women's results, medals table

Stuttgart 1986: men's results, women's results, medals table

Split 1990: men's results, women's results, medals table

Helsinki 1994:men's results, women's results, medals table.

Budapest 1998: [day 1] [day 2] [day 3] [day 4] [day 5] [day 6] [medal table] [comments] [special session]

Munich 2002: [main page][day1]day2]day3]day4]day5]day6]

Gothenburg 2006: [the greek team] [Day1] [Day2] [Day3] [Day4] [Day5] [Day6] [Day7]

Statistics

All time medals table: 1934 - 2002

Most medal winners: men, women, men by event, women by event

Championships Records: men and women


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European Indoor Championships Results

Birmingham 2007: [Day1][Day2][Day3]

Madrid 2005: [Day1] [Day2] [Day3]

Vienna 2002: day1][day2][day3

Ghent 2000: Greek Team Timetableday1]day2]day3

Valencia 1998: European Indoor Championships


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European U23 Championships Results

Debrecen 2007: European U23 Championships

Erfurt 2005: [day1][day2][day3][day4]

Bydgoszcz 2003: European U23 Championships

Amsterdam 2001: [day1][day2][day3][day4]

Turku 1997: European Championships for Under 23
 

European Juniors Championships Results

Hengelo 2007: European Juniors Championships

Tambere 2003: European Juniors Championships

Grosseto 2001: [day1][day2][day3][day4]



European Championships' pages for the years 1934-1998 are based on the following sources:
1.    Diakogiannis Giannis, European Championships, Kaktos Publications, Athens 1982.
2.    Matthews Peter and Morrison Ian, The Encyclopaedia of Sports Records and Results,
       Guiness Superlatives Ltd, 1987.
3.    Association of Track and Field Statisticians, The International Track and Field Annual of
       several years.
4.    Association of Track and Field Statisticians, National Statistics USSR, 1985.

Special thanks to Peter Larsson for his comments, corrections and the overall help.