RESULT OF THE DAY
Renaud Lavillenie clearing superb world lead of 601 cm, and the one "overdebated" 607 clearance/non-clearance (rules are clear).
SURPRISE OF THE DAY
Tezdzhan Naimova coming to Goteborg without a single indoor race winning the 60 m.
Czech women in the 400 m without a medal, Jenny Meadows as title defender without a medal in the women 800 m, Alessia Trost world leader no medal in high jump.
AGENTS BY INDIVIDUAL GOLD MEDALS
4 Pavel Voronkov, 2 Rene Auguin, Rachid Esmouni, 1 Alibey Shukurov, Robert Wagner, Daniel Wessfeldt, Jos Hermens, Salih Munir Yaras, Marcello Magnani, Sergey Shemigon, Alfonz Juck, Czeslaw Zapala, Aivar Karotamm, Ricky Simms, Gianni Demadonna, Jesus Olivan, Julia Garcia, Hans-Peter Bischoff. Without agent is Elco Sintnicolaas.
Medals: 1. Russia 4-7-3, 2. Great Britain 4-3-1, 3. France 4-2-3, 4. Ukraine 2-1-1, 5. Spain 1-3-0, 6. Sweden 1-2-3, in total 19 countries got medals.
Points: 1. Russia 145, 2. Great Britain 99, 3. France 90, 4. Germany 60, 5. Sweden 59, 6. Czech Republic 55, in total 27 countries got points (position in top 8).
Multiple medalists: 1. Shakes-Drayton 2-0-0, 2. Levine and Child 1-1-0, 4. Maslak 1-0-1
World leads: 11 in 10 events
Championships record: 1
Other European leads: 10 in 5 events
CHAMPIONSHIPS WINNING MARKS 2013-2011
men 6:6 and hurdles the same
SUCCESFULL TITLE DEFENDERS
From 10 competing, four won (Kszczot, Lavillenie, Klishina, Nana Djimou). Lavillenie as only one also a hat trick with Torino 2009. From 10 Olympic medalists competing 8 got medals, without medal only Holzdeppe and Grabarz.
Prague March 6-8, 2015 02 Arena
THOUSANDS: Women 60 m Naimova 7.091 and Ryemyen 7.099, Okparaebo 7.155 and Sailer 7.157
SPECTATORS (unofficial): Thursday 1000, Friday morning 1500, Friday evening 3000, Saturday morning 2500, Saturday evening 5000. Sunday first session 3500, Sunday second session 5000. With ceremonies at Market Square coming into approximate total of 25 000. This is are just EME NEWS guess figures.
RELAYS: For first time one country won both relays at single championships. Top British splits Perri Shakes-Drayton 51.2 and Nigel Levine 45.8. Pavel Maslak clocked 45.94 as anchor but the fastest was Kevin Borlee 45.68.
400m: For the first time in history of European Indoor Championships, GBR won two medals at W400m.
800m: Adam Kszczot joined Noel Carroll, Yevgeniy Arzhanov, Antonio Paez and Yuriy Borzakovskiy as the multiple gold medalist at 800m in European Indoor Championships.
800m: Nataliya Lupu won first gold for UKR at W800m in European Indoor Championships.
400m: Maslak's time 45.66 is the fastest 400m indoor time on Swedish soil.
TJ: The winning margin of 58cm of Saladukha is the largest at WTJ in Euro Indoor Champ.
SP: Christina Schwanitz won second medal in Euro Indoor Championships.
Heptathlon: The difference between 3rd and 4th, 4 points, is the second smallest in the history of European Indoor Championships. Eelco Sintinocolaas (NED) brought first medal of any kind to NED from heptathlon.
PV: The winning margin of 25cm is the second largest at PV in Euro Indoor Championships. The best 4th place mark at Euro Indoor 576m, was set by Filipidis. Lavillenie won third gold at PV in Euro Indoor, now tied with Vigneron but still trails Nordwig.
HJ: Ruth Beitia won first gold for ESP at WPV in Euro Indoor Championships. Beitia won fifth medals at Euro Indoor Championships, She now has complete medal set.
LJ: Menkov won first gold for RUS at LJ in Euro Indoor Champ, 8.31 by Menkov is the longest jump in SWE by an European.
1500m : 3:37.17 is the second fastest 1500m ever recorded at Euro Indoor Champ. The fastest is 3:36.70 by Heshko in 2005
60m: 0.00 is the lowest winning margin ever at W60m in Euro Indoor Champ.
4x400m: 3:27.56 is the championshps record. Best ever mark for third and fourth for Euro Indoor Champ were set. GBR won first gold at W4x400mR in Euro Indoor Championships. 3:27.56 is the fastest time in SWE.
4x400m: 3:05.78 by GBR is the second fastest 4x400mR time in Euro Indoor Champ.