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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4

EUROPEAN ATHLETICS PRESIDENT’S WELCOME MESSAGE

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SWEDISH ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION GENERAL SECRETARY’S WELCOME MESSAGE

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MAYOR OF BORÅS’ WELCOME MESSAGE

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS COUNCIL

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS DELEGATES

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LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE STRUCTURE

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WELCOME TO BORÅS

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PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

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BORÅS - A CITY OF SPORTS

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MEDIA INFO

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 ENTRY STANDARDS

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MEDIA TRIBUNE

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MIXED ZONE

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VENUE MAP - RYAVALLEN ATHLETICS STADIUM

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS PAST EDITIONS

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS PRESIDENT’S WELCOME MESSAGE I am very pleased to welcome everyone to the European Athletics U20 Championships here in Borås. This competition returns to Sweden after a gap of just four years, with Eskilstuna having been the host in 2015, and I think this fact alone shows what a big contribution Sweden makes to European Athletics. I have fond memories of that championship as it was one of the first European Athletics competitions on the calendar after I became President a few months earlier. It was an outstanding event, both on the track and off it, and I feel confident that it will be the same here. Some of the medallists from four years ago have already proven themselves at the highest level. Belarus’ Elvira Herman won the 100m hurdles in Eskilstuna and repeated that feat when taking the European Athletics Championships gold medal in the same event last summer in Berlin. My Norwegian compatriot Karsten Warholm won two silvers in the 400m and decathlon at this championship before his stunningly successful switch to the 400m hurdles, and most of you know the rest of the story. In addition, a number of other medallists from Eskilstuna also climbed the podium in Berlin so you can see that as well as providing outstanding competition in their own right the European Athletics U20 Championships are also a glance into the crystal ball and identify many of the future stars of our sport.

the Netherlands last December, that these championships were one of his main targets for this summer, After so many accolades already as a teenager, competing here will be a fitting finale to this outstanding athlete’s U20 career on the track. European Athletics are very grateful to the Svenska Friidrottsförbundet – the Swedish athletics federation – the town of Borås as well as all the officials and volunteers with the Local Organising Committee for all their hard work and commitment to staging this event.

Some of the athletes who will be competing here in Borås have already made an impact in this age-group. No less than 11 European athletes who won medals at the IAAF World U20 Championships Tampere 2018 are still eligible to compete in this age group. If I can be patriotic for a moment, I was particularly thrilled when I heard Jakob Ingebrigtsen say, just after he won his third European U20 cross country title in

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Svein Arne Hansen European Athletics President


SWEDISH ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION GENERAL SECRETARY’S WELCOME MESSAGE Dear Guests of the European Athletics U20 Championships, I am very happy and proud to welcome you to Borås and what will be a both memorable and spectacular event – for the athletes as well as the audience. Athletes from 50 nations, all over Europe, have looked forward to these championships for a long time. And so have I. Spectators from the area can look forward to watching the new and exciting young generation of Swedish athletes fighting for medals, with support from a big crowd. Among the ones to look out for are Tilde Johansson, Carl Bengtström and Ragnar Carlsson. All of them have had a great indoor season and are looking very promising for the future. Along with them are of course many new international rising stars. I hope that we will be able to enjoy the participation of the fantastic Norwegian middle distance runner Jakob Ingebrigtsen. When visiting the championships I also recommend people to experience the wonderful city center, to take a stroll along river Viskan and enjoy the numerous sculptures and massive street art murals. There are also a lot of reputed museums and a fantastic zoo if you have more spare time during your stay. A junior championship is the first steps onto the road to a career as a professional athlete, giving promising stars the opportunity to test their wings and getting new and valuable experiences. But it is not only the athletes who have been training and preparing for these championships. The local club, IK Ymer and the athletics community of Borås have a long commitment to strengthening the sport locally, with an aim to reach and engage more people in an active lifestyle and maybe spark a dream of an athletics career. The coaches and club officials work professionally together with this common goal in mind. The city of Borås have made noticeable and valuable investments in the arena, the sport facilities and the surrounding event area.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you – European Athletics, the city of Borås, the members of the organising committee, sponsors and all volunteers for making these championships possible. Now, let´s have fun and together, charge a lot of positive energy and pass it over to all athletes giving their best at the track and in the field. Borås and Swedish Athletics welcome all of you with a big smile and we hope you will enjoy your stay!

Stefan Olsson General Secretary, Swedish Athletics

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MAYOR OF BORÅS’ WELCOME MESSAGE This summer we are thrilled to welcome athletes from all over Europe to compete in the European Athletics U20 Championships in the city of Borås. The competitors are probably preparing for the championships by following carefully planned exercise schedules. Meanwhile, we are preparing by planning the event in order to present an environment with the best conditions for the athletes, the sports enthusiasts and the supporters. We can expect a wonderful championships with young talents demonstrating outstanding sport performances. You can expect dedicated and well prepared organizers and a thriving city waiting to be explored. Welcome to enjoy several days of sport and excitement at Ryavallen Athletics Stadium. Welcome to Borås!

Ulf Olsson Mayor of Borås

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS COUNCIL President

Svein Arne Hansen (NOR)

First Vice President

Dobromir Karamarinov (BUL)

Vice Presidents

Cherry Alexander (GBR) Libor Varhanik (CZE)

CEO

Christian Milz (SUI)

Council Members

Slobodan Branković (SRB) Nadya But-Husaim (BLR) Raúl Chapado Serrano (ESP) Fatih Çintimar (TUR) Panagiotis Dimakos (GRE) Jean Gracia (FRA) Karin Grute Movin (SWE) Márton Gyulai (HUN) Frank Hensel (GER) Anna Kirnová (SVK) Antti Pihlakoski (FIN) Sonja Spendelhofer (AUT) Erich Teigamägi (EST)

IAAF President (ex officio member)

Sebastian Coe (GBR)

Athletes’ Committee Chair (ex officio member)

Periklis Iakovakis (GRE)

European Athletics Honorary Life Presidents

Carl-Olaf Homén (FIN) Hansjörg Wirz (SUI)

EUROPEAN ATHLETICS DELEGATES European Athletics Delegate

Jean Gracia (FRA)

Technical Delegates

Chris Cohen (GBR) Gemma Castaño-Vinyals (ESP)

Doping Control Delegate

Gabriela Andreiasu (ROU)

Jury of Appeal

Samuel Da Silva Lopes (POR) - Chair Iker Martinez (ESP) Iva Machova (CZE)

International Starter

Jordi Roig (ESP)

International Photo-Finish Judge

Alison Jordan (GBR)

International Race Walking Judges

Frédéric Bianchi (SUI) - Chief Bent Bundgaard (DEN) Alicia Ruano (ESP) Jenni Lahtinen (FIN) Noel Carmody (GBR) José Ganso (POR)

International Technical Officials

Patrick Van Caelenberghe (ESP) - Chief Elena Barrios Bañuelos (ESP) Pasi Oksanen (FIN) Peter Kerner (HUN) Andrej Udovc (SLO) Zuzana Costin (SVK)

Event Presentation Consultant

Pavel Pruša (CZE)

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LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE STRUCTURE President

Karin Lundgren

Vice President

Berndt Andersson Kjell Persson (Chairman IK Ymer) Tommy Jingfors (Head of Leisure and Public Health Department)

General Secretaries

Tommy Andersson (IK Ymer) Henrik Björnander (Borås TME)

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Event Management

Martina Lindberg (City of Borås)

Protocol / Hospitality

Marita Curran (Borås TME)

Communication / Branding

Anders Kihl (Borås TME)

Press / Media

Göran Lohne

Finance

Tommy Jingfors (City of Borås)

Accreditation

Zorka Vukobrat (Borås TME)

Transport

Fredrik Odelberg (IK Ymer)

Accommodation

Moa Lohne (Borås TME)

Marketing

Björn Bördin

Medical / Anti-Doping

Darko Sarovic / Kali Rashid

Competition

Måns Åkerberg

Ceremonies

Eva Andersson


WELCOME TO BORÅS Borås, the city on Viskan river, is a thriving and vibrant place full of colour, nature, art, and design – and in July 2019, the home to Europe’s finest in athletics. As Sweden’s 13th city with over 112,000 inhabitants, Borås perfectly balances between being a big city and a small town. Big enough to encompass a wide range of entertainments, culture and services but small enough to have everything at close range. Textile heritage The city is also famous for its fashion and design, and the local region has enjoyed a solid reputation as a centre of textiles for decades, even centuries. The textile industry made Borås into one of Sweden’s most expansive cities in the 1900’s, and in the 1960’s, the industry employed two thirds of the industrial workers in Borås. At fashion and textile fairs across the world, Borås is a well renowned place. The Swedish School of Textiles and Nordiska Textilakademin, both based in Borås, are two examples of leading Swedish schools for the textile designers of the future. The textile tradition is even more relevant than ever today, with Textile Fashion Center, Borås and Sweden’s international centre for fashion, textiles and design, at the heart of the city.

Historical place for trade The city first started as a place for trade in the 1500’s, with local farmers supplementing their income by selling handicrafts, textiles and wooden goods. The traders, called “knalle”, wandered across large parts of the country to sell their goods, which at the time was illegal. But king Gustaf II Adolf made an exception for Borås when he founded the city in 1621. With the new city privileges, the merchants had the right to trade wherever they wanted, as long as the goods had been declared for customs in Borås. A city with ambition Borås is simply, and always has been, a city with a lot of ambition. And we are building like never before. Cafés and restaurants are popping up on every street-corner, next to tall buildings and event arenas. Borås is a city full of experiences waiting to be discovered.

Welcome to Borås, to enjoy Colourful Moments Together.

Business Hours - Shops, Government Offices, Banks Business Hours Shops: - From Monday to Friday: 10:00 – 21:00 (malls); 10:00 – 18:00 (others) - Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00 (malls); 10:00 – 16:00 (others) Government Offices: - From Monday to Friday: 8:00 – 16:00 - Saturday and Sunday: closed Banks: - From Monday to Friday: 9:00 – 15:00 (some banks are open until 18:00 on Thursdays) - Saturday and Sunday: closed

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PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES AND

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ITALY

ARM ARMENIA

KOS KOSOVO

AUT AUSTRIA

LAT

LATVIA

AZE

AZERBAIJAN

LTU

LITHUANIA

BEL

BELGIUM

LUX

LUXEMBOURG

BIH

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

MDA MOLDOVA

BLR

BELARUS

BUL

BULGARIA

MKD REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA

CRO CROATIA CYP CYPRUS CZE

CZECH REPUBLIC

DEN DENMARK ESP SPAIN EST ESTONIA FIN

FINLAND

FRA FRANCE GBR

GREAT BRITAIN & NORTHERN IRELAND

GEO GEORGIA GER GERMANY GIB

GIBRALTAR

GRE GREECE HUN HUNGARY

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ITA

IRL

IRELAND

ISL

ICELAND

ISR

ISRAEL

MLT

MALTA

MNE MONTENEGRO MON MONACO NED

NETHERLANDS

NOR NORWAY POL

POLAND

POR

PORTUGAL

ROU ROMANIA SLO

SLOVENIA

SMR

SAN MARINO

SRB SERBIA SUI

SWITZERLAND

SVK

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

SWE SWEDEN TUR TURKEY UKR UKRAINE ANA AUTHORISED NEUTRAL ATHLETES


BORÅS - A CITY OF SPORTS Borås has long been a city of sports. The city is blessed with one of the best basketball teams in Sweden, Borås Basket, as well as the football team IF Elfsborg, who always gather a great crowd at Ryavallen and Borås Arena. The arena is proudly embellished with a mural of the city’s famous football player Anders Svensson. Ryavallen Athletics Stadium was inaugurated in 1941 and has been a central venue for both football and athletics through more than half a century. Originally the stadium hosted more than 19,000 spectators and in 1961, 22,654 spectators watched the football game between IF Elfsborg and IFK Norrköping. During the 1958 football World Cup in Sweden, two matches were played at Ryavallen: The Soviet Union vs. Austria and Austria vs. England. In 2005 the new football Stadium Borås Arena was inaugurated and in 2012 Ryavallen was renovated, for the Swedish Athletics Championships in 2013, to a modern athletics stadium. Since then Ryavallen has been used for several national and Nordic athletics events.

In the last decade, the city has hosted several major sporting events where the Swedish Athletics Championships, O-Ringen (the world’s largest orienteering competition), Floorball Champions Cup, the World Championships in trial, two Swedish Championships weeks (with Swedish Championships in about 50 different sports at each occasion) are some examples. One of athletics’ greatest, the Olympic champion Carolina Klüft, was born in Borås and has competed at Ryavallen several times. The ambassador of European Athletics U20 Championships 2019, Emma Green, also has special memories from Ryavallen Athletics Stadium. Ryavallen was the place where she back in 2005 qualified for the World Championships in Helsinki. Many stars have stepped out onto the ground of Ryavallen over the years, to win championship titles and break records. Who will be the next star to reach new heights during the European Athletics U20 Championships 2019?

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MEDIA INFO MEDIA CENTRE

Press conference

The Media Centre is located in the Borås Arena which is next to the competition venue.

The Official Press Conference will be held on the eve of the European Athletics U20 Championships, on Wednesday 17 July 2019 at 12:00 at the Textile Fashion Center, room Vestindien A.

Address: Idrottsgatan 8, 50630 BORÅS Media Centre Opening Hours Monday 15 July 09:00 – 17:00 Tuesday 16 July 09:00 – 19:00 Wednesday 17 July 09:00 – 19:00

A detailed list with names of officials and athletes participating in the Press Conference will be published as soon as possible on the website www.boras2019.com.

Thursday 18 July 8:30 – 21.00

Photographers

Friday 19 July 8:30 – 21.00

Photo briefing will be on Wednesday 17 July at 16:30 in the Media Centre. All accredited photographers must attend the briefing, since distribution of numbered photo bibs will take place and the circulation/flows through the stadium will be explained. Photo bibs will be distributed only in exchange of an ID or a deposit equivalent to € 20 to ensure they are returned to European Athletics at the end of the competition. The Photo Chief will decide on the distribution of the limited number of bibs which allow access to the infield and the outfield bibs. Outfield photographers are allowed to circulate around the infield behind the advertising boards along the back straight from the head-on position to the tip of the final bend as long as they do not obstruct the sight of spectators and/or officials. The outside of the final straight from the tip of the final bend to the head-on position is a no go-zone.

Saturday 20 July 8:30 – 21.00 Sunday 21 July 8:30 – 18.00 Accreditation Each media representative will receive an accreditation card, which must be worn at all times and should be clearly visible. Security personnel will control all areas. The accreditation is not transferable and does not allow the holder to take another person beyond checkpoints. Photos are not required for the accreditation card system. Any lost or damaged accreditation cards should be reported to LOC, at the Media Centre Information Desk. Duplicate cards can be obtained where proof of identity can be established. A list of the access zones is included on the back of the accreditation card. All media accreditation cards will allow access to the Mixed Zone, the Media Tribune and the Media Centre. The accreditation must be picked up personally and the passport or ID card must be presented. Accreditations shall be collected at the Main Accreditation Center according to above mentioned Media Centre opening hours.

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Textile Fashion Center, Skaraborgsvägen 3

Opening ceremony The Opening Ceremony will take place on Wednesday 17 July at 18:00 at Stora Torget Borås, the city centre square. It will be an occasion for Borås to celebrate the participating teams with the involvement of the whole city.


Victory ceremonies

Transportation

Victory ceremonies (except 4x400 m that will take place at the closing party in Parkhallen) will take place at Ryavallen Athletics Stadium. The procedure for taking pictures during and after the victory ceremonies will be guided by the Photo Chief.

Media representatives will be transferred from and to the official airport and train station according to travel details. Landvetter Airport and Borås Central Station is the official arrival point. In order to guarantee transportation to the official hotel, your travel details must be entered in the Event Management System ARENA at least 48 hours prior to departure of your home country. Upon arrival at Landvetter airport, please report to the transportation desk in the arrival hall. Transportation between media hotel and the stadium will be guaranteed by the LOC shuttle service.

Internet connection The Media Centre and the media tribune will be served by a free dedicated Wi-Fi internet service. Media tribune will be served with LAN connection. Accredited media representatives will be able to get their own internet access credentials upon request at the Media Centre Information Desk. Photographers will be served with LAN connection in the outfield position. Official Media hotel - Best Western Plus Hotel Borås is the official hotel for all media. Address: Sandgärdsgatan 25, 50334 BORÅS info@hotellboras.se

LOC Media Team CONTACTS Göran Lohne, Press Officer media@boras2019.com +46704542196 Atle Johansen, Mixed Zone media@boras2019.com +46706752355 Jonas Kallin, Photo Manager media@boras2019.com +46735180085

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 ENTRY STANDARDS Men

Event

Women

10.70

100m

11.90

21.70

200m

24.30

48.15

400m

55.90

1:50.50

800m

2:10.00

3:50.00

1500m

4:28.00

8:25.00

3000m

9:52.50

14:45.00

5000m

17:15.00

14.25 (0.991m)

100/110m Hurdles

14.15

53.80

400m Hurdles

61.40

9:15.00

3000m SC

10:45.00

46:00.00

10,000m Walk

51:00.00

NES

4x100m

NES

NES

4x400m

NES

2.12

High Jump

1.79

5.10

Pole Vault

4.00

7.40

Long Jump

6.10

15.05

Triple Jump

12.65

17.75 (6kg)

Shot Put

14.00

54.00 (1.75kg)

Discus

47.50

66.00 (6kg)

Hammer

57.00

67.50

Javelin

48.00

7100

Heptathlon/Decathlon

5250

NES: No entry standard

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VENUE MAP - RYAVALLEN ATHLETICS STADIUM Ryavallen Athletics Stadium was inaugurated in 1941 and has been a central venue for both football and athletics through more than a half century. In 2005 the new football stadium Borås Arena was inaugurated, and in 2012 Ryavallen was renovated, for the Swedish Athletics Championships in 2013, to a modern athletics stadium.

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TENNIS CENTRE

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BOULE CENTRE

DROP OFF VIP

Information:

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Address: Erikslundsplatsen 1

PARKING TEAM LEADERS

Owner: The city of Borås Managed by: The city of Borås Certificate: IAAF class 2

MEDIA CENTRE/ OB BUS

Standard: The stadium meets IAAF standards

PRESS/MEDIA

DOPING CONTROL STATION

Sports infrastructure: Seating capacity: 5062 (4072 available for spectators during European Athletics U20 Championships)

MEDICAL CENTER

RESULTS SERVICE

EA OFFICE

Athletics infrastructure:

JURY

VOLUNTEERS CENTER

8-lanes, Gezolastic EPDM-rubber Gezoflex, red

VIDEO ROOM

VIP CLUB

Infrastructure design for all technical athletics competitions 8 lanes 2 High Jump sites 2 Pole Vault sites 2 Long/Triple Jump sites 2 Shot Put circles 1 Combined Discus/Hammer circle 2 Javelin sites

TIC

CATERING GENERAL MARKET SQUAR SPONSOR VILLA

Medical

ENTRANCE

SHUTTLEBUS 2 KM BORÅS CITY/HOTELS

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SHOT PUT

SJUHÄRADSHALLEN WEIGHT LIFTING AREA LOC OFFICE ACCREDITATION CENTRE WAREHOUSE PRESS CONFERENCE TRANSPORT DESK COMBINED EVENTS TEAMS AND OTHER GROUPS RESTING AREA ENTRANCE

DISCUS/ HAMMER THROW

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PARKERVALLEN THROWING ARENA

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5,062 seats

Covered: 2,1 Uncovered:

BUS PARKING

BUS DROP OFF/PICK UP ZONE ATHLETES AND TEAMS

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ENTRANCE

TOILETS

RYAVALLEN

Uncove

POLE VAULT

EXIT CALL ROOM

Covered

IMPLEMENTS ROOM

Short si

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WARM-UP AND TRAINING INDOORS/TEAM

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TRIPLE JUMP/ LONG JUMP

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HIGH JUMP

PHOTO

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PHOTO

VIP VIP

Reserved BUS DROP OFF/PICK UP ZONE OTHER GROUPS

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DISCUS/ HAMMER THROW

Teams:

500

POLE VAULT

FINISH

MIXED ZONE/PHOTO

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JAVELIN TRIPLE JUMP/ LONG JUMP

MEDICAL CARE

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1240

HIGH JUMP

1515

VICTORY CEREMONY PREPARATION ROOM

KIT COLLECTION

40 15

VICTORY CEREMONY

MEDAL FLAGS TOP THREE FLAG STORAGE

TOILETS

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EUROPEAN ATHLETICS U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS PAST EDITIONS Paris (FRA) Duisburg (FRG) Athens (GRE) Donetsk (URS) Bydgoszcz (POL) Utrecht (NED) Schwechat (AUT) Cottbus (GDR) Birmingham (GBR) Varaždin (YUG) Thessaloniki (GRE) San Sebastián (ESP)

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Nyíregyháza (HUN) Ljubljana (SLO) Riga (LAT) Grosseto (ITA) Tampere (FIN) Kaunas (LTU) Hengelo (NED) Novi Sad (SRB) Tallinn (EST) Rieti (ITA) Eskilstuna (SWE) Grosseto (ITA)

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Borås (SWE)

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TIMETABLE DAY 1 & 2 DAY 1 - Thursday morning, 18 July

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DAY 1 - Thursday evening, 18 July

09:45 Hammer Throw

M

QA

16:00 800m W R1

10:00 Pole Vault

M

QAB

16:04 Shot Put Hep

W

AB

10:06 100m H Hep

W

Heats

16:32 1500m

M

R1

10:30 100m H

W

R1

17:00 High Jump

W

QAB

11:00 High Jump Hep

W

AB

17:04 100m W SF

11:03 Hammer Throw

M

QB

17:15 Javelin Throw

11:10 110m H

M

R1

17:28 100m M SF

11:45 400m M R1

17:50 1500m W R1

12:21 Discus Throw

QA

18:25 200m Hep

W

Heats

12:25 100m W R1

18:45 Javelin Throw

W

QB

12:30 Triple Jump

W

QAB

18:47 3000m

M

R1

13:00 Shot Put

M

QAB

19:00 Long Jump

M

QAB

13:05 100m

M

R1

19:20 3000m SC

W

R1

13:39 Discus Throw

W

QB

13:45 400m

W

R1

W

W

QA


DAY 2 - Friday morning, 19 July

DAY 2 - Friday evening, 19 July

09:45 Discus Throw

M

QA

15:30 Javelin Throw Hep

W

A

10:00 100m Dec

M

Heats

16:15 200m M R1

10:02 Long Jump Hep

W

AB

16:30 High Jump Dec

M

AB

10:05 Pole Vault

W

QAB

16:35 Javelin Throw Hep

W

B

10:25 800m M R1

16:55 400m W SF

11:00 3000m SC

M

R1

17:05 Long Jump

11:02 Discus Throw

M

QB

17:25 400m M SF

11:20 Long Jump Dec

M

AB

17:50 Discus Throw

11:48 100m H

W

SF

17:52 200m W R1

12:16 110m H

M

SF

18:30 800m Hep

W

F

12:20 Hammer Throw

W

QA

18:45 Shot Put

M

F

12:30 High Jump

M

AB

19:00 3000m

W

R1

12:41 800m W SF

19:12 Long Jump

M

VC

12:58 400m H

M

R1

19:35 Hammer Throw

M

F

13:00 Shot Put Dec

M

AB

19:47 Discus Throw

W

VC

13:30 400m H

W

R1

19:55 400m Dec

M

Heats

13:40 Hammer Throw

W

QB

20:19 100m M F

M

W

F

F

20:23 Shot Put

M

VC

20:29 Heptathlon

W

VC

20:35 100m

W

F

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TIMETABLE DAY 3 & 4 DAY 3 - Saturday morning, 20 July

DAY 3 - Saturday evening, 20 July

09:50 110m H Dec

M

Heats

15:55 100m M VC

10:10 Long Jump

W

QAB

16:00 100m W VC

10:30 800m

M

SF

16:05 Triple Jump

M

QAB

10:35 Discus Throw Dec

M

A

16:15 Hammer Throw

M

VC

11:00 200m W SF

16:20 Javelin Throw Dec

M

A

11:30 Shot Put

W

QAB

16:25 High Jump

W

F

11:32 200m

M

SF

16:35 3000m

M

F

11:40 Discus Throw Dec

M

B

16:50 400m H

W

SF

12:00 4 x 400m Relay

W

R1

17:15 400m H

M

SF

12:30 4 x 400m Relay

M

R1

17:33 3000m SC

W

F

12:50 Javelin Throw

M

QA

17:35 Javelin Throw Dec

M

B

13:00 Pole Vault Dec

M

A

17:45 3000m

M

VC

13:45 Pole Vault Dec

M

B

17:50 Pole Vault

M

F

14:10 Javelin Throw

M

QB

18:00 800m W F 18:15 1500m M F 18:25 200m W F 18:19 Triple Jump

W

F

18:35 200m

M

F

18:38 High Jump

W

VC

18:44 Hammer Throw

W

F

18:46 400m W F 18:52 3000m SC

W

VC

19:00 400m M F 19:05 800m W VC 19:10 1500m M VC 19:16 100m H

W

F

19:20 200m W VC 19:25 200m M VC 19:31 110m H

M

F

19:35 400m

W

VC

19:40 400m M VC 19:45 1500m Dec

24

M

F


DAY 4 - Sunday evening 21 July

DAY 4 - Sunday morning, 21 July 09:49 100m H

W

VC

15:40 Long Jump

W

VC

09:54 110m H

M

VC

15:45 Javelin Throw

M

VC

10:00 10,000m R.Walk

W

F

15:54 3000m SC

M

F

10:05 Discus Throw

M

F

16:05 Shot Put

W

VC

10:30 Shot Put

W

F

16:12 High Jump

M

F

10:55 Pole Vault

M

VC

16:18 Pole Vault

W

F

10:59 Decathlon

M

VC

16:20 5000m M F

11:05 10,000m R.Walk

M

F

16:37 Triple Jump

M

F

11:18 Long Jump

W

F

16:47 4 x 100m Relay

W

F

11:55 Triple Jump

W

VC

16:50 3000m SC

M

VC

11:59 Hammer Throw

W

VC

17:00 4 x 100m Relay

M

F

12:05 400m H

W

F

17:08 5000m M VC

12:08 10,000m R.Walk

W

VC

17:15 4 x 100m Relay

12:14 Javelin Throw

M

F

17:25 5000m W F

12:20 400m H

M

F

17:45 Javelin Throw

W

F

12:25 Discus Throw

M

VC

17:46 4 x 100m Relay

M

VC

12:30 3000m

W

F

18:00 800m M F

12:40 10,000m R.Walk

M

VC

18:05 High Jump

12:52 4 x 100m Relay

W

R1

18:20 5000m W VC

12:56 400m H

M

VC

18:25 Triple Jump

M

VC

13:07 400m H

W

VC

18:33 1500m

W

F

13:12 3000m

W

VC

18:40 800m M VC

13:17 4 x 100m Relay

M

R1

18:50 4 x 400m Relay

W

F

19:05 Pole Vault

W

VC

W

M

VC

VC

19:10 1500m W VC 19:15 Javelin Throw

W

VC

19:25 4 x 400m Relay

M

F

CP CP

4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay

  W  M

 VC  VC

CP = Closing Party

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