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European Championships: Turin 1934, men’s results

(Communale Stadium, 7-9 September)

100 m.

1.
Christian Berger
Holland
10” 6
2.
Erich Borchmeyer
Germany
10” 7
3.
Josep Sir
Hungary
10” 7

200 m.

1.
Christian Berger
Holland
21” 5
2.
Josep Sir
Hungary
21” 5
3.
Martinus Osendarp
Holland
21” 6

400 m.

1.
Adolf Metzner
Germany
47” 9
2.
Pierre Scavensi
France
48” 0
3.
Bertille von Wackenfelt
Sweden
48” 0

800 m.

1.
Miklos Szabo
Hungary
1′ 52” 0
2.
Mario Lanzi
Italy
1′ 52” 0
3.
Wolfgang Dessecker
Germany
1′ 52” 2

1.500 m.

1.
Luigi Beccali
Italy
3′ 54” 6
2.
Miklos Szabo
Hungary
3′ 55” 2
3.
Roger Normand
France
3′ 57” 0

5.000 m.

1.
Roger Rochard
France
14′ 36” 8 
2.
Janusz Kusocinski
Poland
14′ 41” 2
3.
Ilmari Salminen
Finland
14′ 43” 6

10.000 m.

1.
Ilmari Salminen
Finland
31′ 02” 6
2.
Arvo Askola
Finland
31′ 03” 2
3.
Henry Nilsen
Denmark
31′ 27” 4

Marathon

1.
Armas Toivonen
Finland
2: 25′ 29” 0
2.
Tore Johansson
Sweden
2: 54′ 35” 6
3.
Aurello Genghini
Italy
2: 55′ 03” 4

110 m. hurdles

1.
Jozsef Kovacs
Hungary
14” 8
2.
Erwin Wegner
Germany
14” 9
3.
Holger Albrehten
Norway
15” 0

400 m. hurdles

1.
Hans Scheele
Germany
53” 2 
2.
Akilles Jarvinen
Finland
53” 7
3.
Christos Mantikas
Greece
54” 9

High Jump

1.
Kalevi Kotkas
Finland
2, 00 m.
2.
Birger Halvorsen
Norway
1, 97 m.
3.
Veiko Perasalo
Finland
1, 97 m.

Long Jump

1.
Wilhelm Leichum
Germany
7, 45 m.
2.
Otto Berg
Norway
7, 31 m.
3.
Lutz Long
Germany
7, 25 m.

Pole Vault

1.
Gustav Wegner
Germany
4, 00 m.
2.
Bo Ljungberg
Sweden
4, 00 m.
3.
John Lindroth
Finland
3, 90 m.

Triple Jump

1.
Willem Peters
Holland
14, 89 m.
2.
Erik Svensson
Sweden
14, 83 m.
3.
Onni Rajasaari
Finland
14, 74 m.

Shot Put

1.
Arnold Vidding
Estonia
15, 19 m.
2.
Risto Kuntsi
Finland
15, 19 m.
3.
Frantisec Douda
Czech
15, 18 m.

Discus Throw

1.
Harald Andersson
Sweden
50, 38 m. 
2.
Paul Winter
France
47, 09 m.
3.
Istvan Donogan
Hungary
45, 91 m.

Javelin Throw

1.
Matti Jarvinen
Finland
76, 66 m.
2.
Matti Sippala
Finland
69, 97 m.
3.
Gustav Sule
Estonia
69, 31 m.

Hammer Throw

1.
Ville Porhola
Finland
50, 34 m.
2.
Fernando Vanteli
Italy
48, 69 m.
3.
Gunar Johansson
Sweden
47, 85 m.

Decathlon

1.
Hans Heinrich Sievert
Germany
8.103 p.
2.
Leif Dahlgren
Sweden
7.770 p.
3.
Jerzy Plavtshyk
Poland
7.552 p.

50.000 m. Walk

1.
Janis Dalinch
Latvia
4: 49′ 52” 6
2.
Arthur Schwab
Switzerland
4: 53′ 08” 6
3.
Etore Rivolta
Italy
4: 54′ 05” 4

4 X 100 m.

1.
Germany
41” 0
2.
Hungary
41” 4
3.
Holland
41” 6

4 X 400 m.

1.
Germany
3′ 14” 1
2.
France
3′ 15” 6
3.
Sweden
3′ 16” 6

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