European Masters Athletics Championships

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The European Masters Athletics Championships (formerly European Veterans Athletics Championships) are the biannual championships for masters athletics events held under the auspices of European Masters Athletics (formerly European Veterans Athletics Association) that was held first edition in 1978.[1]

Editions[change | change source]

Edition Year Venue Dates Countries Competitors
1 1978 Italy Viareggio 10–16 September 21 1193
2 1980 Finland Helsinki 6–10 August 18
3 1982 France Strasbourg 14–18 July 22 2700
4 1984 United Kingdom Brighton 20–25 August 22
5 1986 Sweden Malmö 28 July–2 August 22 2149
6 1988 ItalyVerona 25 June–2 July 27 2981
7 1990 Hungary Budapest 30 June–7 July 26 3056
8 1992 Norway Kristiansand 26 June–4 July 28 2921
9 1994 Greece Athens 3–12 June 38 2706
10 1996 Sweden Malmö 19–27 July 34 3422
11 1998 Italy Cesenatico 11–19 September 21 4291
12 2000 Finland Jyväskylä 6–16 July 40 2900
13 2002 Germany Potsdam 15–25 August 38 4385
14 2004 Denmark Aarhus 22 July–1 August 38 3670
15 2006 Poland Poznań 20–30 July 37 3067
16 2008 Slovenia Ljubljana 23 July–3 August 42 3693
17 2010 Hungary Nyíregyháza 15–24 July 41 3134
18 2012 Germany - Poland - Czech Republic 16–25 August 38 3837
19 2014 Turkey Izmir 22–31 August 41 2027
20 2017 Denmark Aarhus 27 July–6 August 39 3841
21 2019 Italy Venice 5–15 September

Results[change | change source]

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "16th European Veterans Athletic Championships - Results" (PDF). evaa.ch. Retrieved 18 January 2013.

Other websites[change | change source]