Ancona, Italy, 30 March-2 April 2016.

Great Britain took 3 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze from the European Masters Indoor Championships in Italy. Sam Bobb produced his best leap for 4 years to take the M40 title by just 8 cm with 14.05m, while Iris Holder took the W75 title with 6.71m and Anne Martin the W80 gold with 5.88m. In the M80 category Anthony Crocker took silver with 7.56m and John Evans bronze with 7.21m behind Osmo Villanen (Finland) 8.01m.

2 World Indoor Records were set at the Championships by Vanentyna Krepkina (Ukraine) 10.77m in the W50 category and Pertti Mahomaki (Finland) 10.88m in the M70 competition. While Wolfgang Knabe (Germany) was just 1 cm off his own World Record in the M55 category with 13.48m.

W35:
1. Maria Munoz (Spain) 11.89m
2. Jaroslava Vaneckova (Czech Republic) 11.58m
3. Desiree Linden (Sweden) 11.41m
4. Viola Brontesi (Italy) 11.06m; 5. Sanja Dini (Croatia) 11.00m; 6. Angeles Rodriguez (Spain) 10.77m; 7. Diana Tomulets (Germany) 10.63m; 8. LYNSIE WHYKE (GB) 10.57m; 9. Serena Sardella (Italy) 10.16m; 10. Maria-Cristina Marciuc (Romania) 8.60m.

W40:
1. Renata Szykulska (Poland) 11.10m
2. Anne-Catherine (Belgium) 10.78mm
3. Eva Maria Gadea Solera (Spain) 10.66m
4. Francesca Sancin (Italy) 10.51m; 5. Maria Galiano (Spain) 9.67m; 6. Heli Lehtinen (Finland) 9.47m; 7. Mihaela-Georgian Pasare (Romania) 9.31m.

W45:
1. Chiara Ansaldi (Italy) 10.58m
2. Kirsi Spoof-Tuomi (Finland) 10.33m
3. Ana Mrcic (Croatia) 10.24m
4. Anna Brezinova (Slovak Republic) 9.74m; 5. Rodica Tudor (Romania) 9.28m; 6. MARGARET POPE (GB) 8.72m; 7. Saine Grissmer (Germany) 8.32m.

W50:
1. Vanentyna Krepkina (Ukraine) 10.77m WORLD RECORD
2. Inara Fjodorva (Latvia) 10.60m
3. Susanna Tellini (Italy) 10.51m
4. Tiziana Piconese (Italy) 9.83m; 5. Cour Hightower McHarris (Spain) 9.80m; 6. Kornelia Wrzesniok (Germany) 9.64m; 7. Hilde Bottin (Belgium) 9.53m; 8. Dominque Beaufour (France) 9.41m; 9. MELANIE GARLAND (GB) 9.30m; 10. Nathalie Blanchet (France) 9.11m.

W55:
1. Petra Herrmann (Germany) 10.49m
2. Maria R. Escribano Checa (Spain) 10.02m
3. Alicia Hernandez (Spain) 9.62m
4. Anna-Liisa Salminen (Finland) 9.61m; 5. Francesa Juri (Italy) 9.53m; 6. Annika Savolainen (Finland) 9.37m; 7. Loredana Turreni (Italy) 9.23m; 8. Zuzana Pumprlova (Czech Republic) 8.65m; 9. Marite Vilcane (Latvia) 8.28m; 10. Annie Dorina (France) 8.16m; 11. JAN HARDCASTLE (GB) 8.08m; 12. CLARE ST JOHN-COLEMAN (GB) 7.78m; 13. Lucinda Moore-Fox (Ireland) 7.39m; 14. Seija Hellman (Finland) 6.09m.

W60:
1. Maria Grazia Rafti (Italy) 8.62m
2. Lluisa Casanovas (Spain) 7.78m
3. Dace Brakanska (Latvia) 7.39m
4. Karin Grummert (Germany) 7.23m; 5. Ayse Babur (Turkey) 6.98m.

W65:
1. Terhi Kokkonen (Finland) 8.20m
2. Gertrude Reismann (Germany) 8.06m
3. Margar Daehler-Stettler (Switzerland) 7.25m

W70:
1. Jacqueline Wladika (Austria) 6.22m
2. Varpu Holmberg (Finland) 6.00m

W75:
1. IRIS HOLDER (GB) 6.71m
2. Seija Sario (Finland) 5.92m

W80:
1. ANNE MARTIN (GB) 5.88m

M35:
1. Andreas Beraz (Germany) 15.46m
2. Adrian Olszewski (Poland) 14.00m
3. Krzysztof Ratajczyk (Poland) 13.92m
4. Ugis Ozolinis (Latvia) 13.26m; 5. Fabrizio Pertile (Italy) 12.80m; 6. Medhi Neault (France) 12.32m.

M40:
1. SAMUEL BOBB (GB) 14.05m
2. Gabriel Aurel Gui (Italy) 13.97m
3. Roberto Garcinuno (Spain) 13.69m
4. Philippe Urie (France) 13.32m; 5. Donis Mihail Predescu (Romania) 12.78m; 6. Mika Ahomaki (Finland) 12.71m; 7. Zdenek Weber (Czech Republic) 12.47m; 8. Panagiotis Kontonasios (Greece) 12.25m; 9. Ugo Taccarino (Italy) 12.20m; 10. Enrico Chesi (Italy) 11.69m; 11. Panagiotis Zaponis (Greece) 11.12m.

M45:
1. Simone Sbaragli (Italy) 13.45m
2. Michele Tico’ (Italy) 13.30m
3. Richard Mudry (Slovak Republik) 13.25m
4. KEITH NEWTON (GB) 12.69m; 5. Odysseas Skamantzouras (Greece) 12.53m; 6. Papaladji Konate (France) 11.95m; 7. Steffan Oliver Wick (Germany) 11.51m; 8. Emil Cotovanu (Romania) 11.05m; 9. Massimil Giambattistini (Italy) 11.04m.

M50:
1. Andre Briscan (France) 13.23m
2. Alfred Stummer (Austria) 12.56m
3. Paul Zipperle (Italy) 12.28m
4. Oddvar Viulsrod (Norway) 12.08m; 5. Stanislaw Czop (Poland) 11.80m; 6. Stefano Fozzati (Italy) 11.70m; 7. Martin Baranzke (Germany) 11.13m; 8. Giorgio Poggioli (Italy) 11.10m; 9. Maurizio Riccitelli (Italy) 10.13m; 10. Luca Steis (Italy)10.13m; 11. Miroslaw Korneluk (Poland) 9.81m.

M55:
1. Wolfgang Knabe (Germany) 13.48m
2. Stanislaw Chmielewski (Poland) 12.58m
3. Giancarlo Ciceri (Italy) 11.59m
4. Valeri Fedjushin(Estonia) 11.36m; 5. Mauro Cavallaro (Italy) 11.01m; 6. Georg Werthner (Austria) 10.55m; 7. Renato Gallo (Italy) 10.27m; 8. Antonello Ferretti (Italy) 10.20m; 9. Humberto Jacobs (Belgium) 9.74m; 10. Gilles Andre (France) 8.80m; 11. Flavio Bertuzzo (Italy) 7.54m.

M60:
1. Arne Tefre (Norway) 11.66m
2. Wolfram Walther (Germany) 10.90m
3. Alexander Ebner (Italy) 10.77m
4. Juris Lebedoks (Latvia) 10.41m; 5. Ingnazio Manfre’ (Italy) 9.68m; 6. Alberto Zonta (Italy) 8.95m; 7. Gotthold Kniecht (Germany) 8.10m.

M65:
1. Crescenzio Marchetti (Italy) 11.37m
2. Istvan Korosi (Hungary) 10.95m
3. Giuliano Costantini (Italy) 10.62m
4. Iurii Shukevych (Ukraine) 10.50m; 5. Arvids Vitols (Latvia) 9.81m; 6. Seppo Saarela (Finland) 9.64m; 7. Onno Waalewijn (Netherlands) 8.88m.

M70:
1. Pertti Mahomaki (Finland) 10.88m WORLD RECORD
2. Jurgen Lamp (Estonia) 10.39m
3. Eero Helenius (Finland) 8.79m
4. Natale Scaringi (Italy) 8.33m; 5. Jan Rubes (Czech Republic) 8.23m; 6. Renzo Petricola (Italy) 8.02m; 7. Kyosti Poutiainen (Finland) 7.80m.

M75:
1. Janis Mankovskis (Latvia) 8.43m
2. Jorma Pirinen (Finland) 8.05m
3. Roberto Bortoloni (Italy) 7.99m
4. Josef Vonasek (Czech Republic) 7.74m; 5. Raffaello Piermattei (Italy) 7.50m; 6. Kjartan Solvberg (Norway) 7.28m; 7. Klaus Heidinger (Germany) 6.71m.

M80:
1. Osmo Villanen (Finland) 8.01m
2. ANTHONY CROCKER (GB) 7.56m
3. JOHN EVANS (GB) 7.21m
4. Angel Joaniquet (Spain) 5.96m; 5. Ernesto Minopoli (Italy) 5.62m.

M85:
1. Wolfgang Reuter (Germany) 4.64m

M95:
1. Emmerich Zensch (Austria) 5.15m

 

 

 

 

 

Written by iTripleJump

A Triple Jumper for over 35 years - from an over-hopping junior to a county-level senior - I still enjoy jumping in national and international Masters competitions in the event that has gripped me since my first hop, step and jump onto a springless PE mat. Waiting for that perfect jump. That one perfect jump ...

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