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1996 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's 400 metres


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Events at the
1996 European Athletics
Indoor Championships

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Track events
60 m men women
200 mmenwomen
400 mmenwomen
800 mmenwomen
1500 mmenwomen
3000 mmenwomen
60 m hurdlesmenwomen
Field events
High jumpmenwomen
Pole vaultmenwomen
Long jumpmenwomen
Triple jumpmenwomen
Shot putmenwomen
Combined events
Pentathlonwomen
Heptathlonmen

The women's 400 metres event at the 1996 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held in Stockholm Globe Arena on 8–9 March.[1]

Medalists

GoldSilverBronze
Grit Breuer
 Germany
Olga Kotlyarova
 Russia
Tatyana Chebykina
 Russia

Results

Heats

The first 2 from each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

RankHeatNameNationalityTimeNotes
15Grit Breuer Germany52.55Q
25Virna De Angeli Italy53.08Q
32Olga Kotlyarova Russia53.09Q
41Helena Fuchsová Czech Republic53.19Q
52Hana Benešová Czech Republic53.29Q
63Ionela Târlea Romania53.49Q
74Tatyana Chebykina Russia53.54Q
83Naděžda Koštovalová Czech Republic53.64Q
94Öznur Dursun Turkey53.78Q
102Marina Živković Yugoslavia53.89q
113Emma Nicholson Ireland54.13q
125Dora Kyriacou Cyprus54.52q
135Žana Minina Lithuania55.40
141Brigita Langerholc SloveniaDQ
141Marie-Louise Bévis FranceDQ
144Yana Manuylova UkraineDQ

Semifinals

The winner of each semifinal (Q) and the next 1 fastest (q) qualified for the final. The subsequent 4 fastest qualified for the B final.[2]

RankHeatNameNationalityTimeNotes
12Grit Breuer Germany51.33Q
22Tatyana Chebykina Russia52.03q
33Olga Kotlyarova Russia52.29Q
41Ionela Târlea Romania52.30Q
51Helena Fuchsová Czech Republic52.35qB
63Virna De Angeli Italy52.35qB
73Naděžda Koštovalová Czech Republic52.35qB
82Hana Benešová Czech Republic52.75qB
92Dora Kyriacou Cyprus53.47
103Emma Nicholson Ireland53.63
111Marina Živković Yugoslavia53.85
121Öznur Dursun Turkey53.91

Final

RankNameNationalityTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s)Grit Breuer Germany50.81
2nd, silver medalist(s)Olga Kotlyarova Russia51.70
3rd, bronze medalist(s)Tatyana Chebykina Russia51.71
4Ionela Târlea Romania52.90

B final

RankNameNationalityTimeNotes
1Virna De Angeli Italy52.17NR
2Hana Benešová Czech Republic52.23
3Helena Fuchsová Czech Republic52.37
4Naděžda Koštovalová Czech Republic53.02

References

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