Goteborg 2013 showcases Sweden's past, present and future, Russia Tops medal table, Final entries for Castellon 2013,

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Renaud Lavillenie, 2013 Euro Indoors, 
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The European Indoor Champs were a huge success the weekend of March 1-3, 2013 in Goteborg, Sweden. The crowds, from 1000 for the shot qualifying in the Marketplace, to five thousand in the stadium during the Saturday and Sunday sessions, was involved, excitable and loud! 

As an American going to the European Indoors, it was fun seeing how a country like Sweden can get so excited about their performances, and then, how a country like France can get nine medals in a period of a few hours! 

The final note, the Russian team will be very, very tough in Moscow for the World Outdoors! 

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Göteborg 2013 showcases Sweden's past, present and future; Russia tops medals table; Final entries for Castellon 2013

A weekend of Swede success
Legacy. It is one of the great words of modern sport. Never mind the here and now, and the mental and physical pursuit of winning a medal with the run or jump of your life...don't forget to think of the future at the same time. At the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Göteborg, legacy was never on greater show. Read more ...
 
Final entries confirmed for Castellon 2013 European Cup Winter Throwing
The final entries for the European Cup Winter Throwing to be held in Castellon, Spain, on 16-17 March are now available on the European Athletics website. Read more ...
 
Perri Shakes-Drayton's coming of age
Perri Shakes-Drayton is one of the most naturally amiable and ebullient of characters. But when this 24-year-old Londoner got onto the track in the Scandinavium Arena in Göteborg during the European Athletics Indoor Championships she was intent on performing as never before - and her progress to gold in the 400m individual and relay events on the final day was unerring.
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Versatility the key...just ask Moreira and Britton
She was out of breath but still able to talk, happily about what the next 24 hours would bring, because Ireland's Fionnuala Britton knew that it could be among the decisive moments of her career.
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Hellebaut announces her retirement
When the bar came crashing down, the pain on her face told more than just the story of elimination from the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Göteborg.Read more ...
 
Vote for European Athletes of the Month for February
The European Athlete of the Month for February nominations exceptionally include performances made at the 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships, which were held between 1-3 March in the Swedish city of Göteborg.Read more ...
 
Shubenkov aims for a medal at the World Championships after European success
If the mark of a great champion is to be able to deliver in times of adversity then rising sprint hurdles talent Sergey Shubenkov did just that at the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Göteborg. Read more ...
 
Russia top medals table again, but Swedish hosts make the biggest gains
Russia maintained their habitual domination of the European Athletics Indoor Championships as they finished top of the medal table for the fifth time in the last seven stagings of the event, matching the total of 14 medals they won at the 2011 Championships in Paris as they collected four golds, seven silvers and three bronzes. Read more ...

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