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Werloc

Athletics EAA Under 18 European Championships 2018

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Werloc    846
Athletics EAA Under 18 European Championships 2018

 

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Werloc    846

Lithuania announced their finalised team earlier today and it consists of 27 athletes, a steady improvement over 19 athletes back in 2016. With Lithuania bidding to host the European U20 and U23 in 2021, the level of the sport in our country is steadily increasing in all youth and junior categories, followed with a lot of broken records.

 

MEN'S TEAM

Edgaras Radzevičius (2001), 100m. - 11.00 / 200m. - 22.09

Dovidas Petkevičius (2001), 110m. Hurdles - 14.23 / High Jump - 2.01

Dominykas Smetonis (2001), 400m. Hurdles - 55.56

Augustas Bukauskas (2001), High Jump - 2.04

Paulius Ivaškevičius (2001), Triple Jump - 14.31

Vilius Junevičius (2001), Triple Jump - 14.29

Dominykas Čepys (2001), Shot Put - 18.38

Karolis Gelažius (2002), Shot Put - 17.48

Matas Makaravičius (2002), Discus Throw - 54.25

Justas Čėsna (2002), Javelin Throw - 62.40

Vildijus Petkus (2001), Javelin Throw - 62.08

 

WOMEN'S TEAM

Austėja Barbšytė (2001), 100m. - 12.22

Lukrecija Sabaitytė (2002), 200m. - 25.11

Roberta Žikaitė (2001), 200m. - 25.14 / 400m. - 56.97

Augustė Žikaitė (2001), 800m. - 2:12.27

Dominyka Petraškaitė (2001), 800m. - 2:13.76

Ugnė Žvinklytė (2001), 1500m. - 4:35.65

Greta Karinauskaitė (2001), 1500m. - 4:37.73

Meda Repšytė (2002), 2000m. Steeplechase - 6:59.36

Amelita Taujanskaitė (2002), High Jump - 1.75

Luka Garšvaitė (2001), Long Jump - 6.00

Deimantė Raudytė (2002), Triple Jump - 12.15

Akvilė Medvedevaitė (2001), Triple Jump - 12.00

Ieva Florijona Česnaitė (2001), Shot Put - 14.26

Sonata Rudytė (2001), Discus Throw - 42.86

Olivija Vaitaitytė (2002), Heptathlon - 4966

Adrija Meškauskaitė (2001), 5km. Race Walk - 24:48.00

 

As always, we seem to qualify more women than men in Athletics events, interesting thing is that we rarely have qualifications in men's triple jump, mid distance running events, steeplechase races and we have 5 people qualified in that. We nearly had our first historical pole vault qualification too, but I guess that was not meant to happen :d Anyways, we're expecting good things from Bukauskas, Čepys, Repšytė, Garšvaitė and the other athletes have their chance to surprise everyone.

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Werloc    846

It's a bit awkward when it feels like I'm the only person genuinely extremely hyped for this event :d even when we don't have medal hopes :d

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dcro    2,664

@hckosice is hyped. But apparently in all the wrong places. :p

 

 

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heywoodu    3,204
2 minutes ago, Werloc said:

It's a bit awkward when it feels like I'm the only person genuinely extremely hyped for this event :d even when we don't have medal hopes :d

It's a European under 18 championship in something else than biathlon, even I am not getting extremely hyped for that before it starts :p 

 

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Of course I am, obviously, planning on following and if possible watching it though :d 

 

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Werloc    846

I admit, I have an extreme soft spot for athletics and I have a problem :rolleyes: I have a lot of excel files following the qualifications of every year and I update them after every single minor event daily :p My friend that works in Athletics is annoyed with my extreme passion for U20 and U18 athletics :d

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prso1000    44
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Does anyone has the overview how many athletes  qualify per event for the YOG 

 

i saw it somewhere once, but cannot find it again. Although I don’t believe Croatia has a chance. Our team is large but no real medal or even final contender. Our best chance for final is probably Klara Andrijasevic 1500/3000m. 

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dcro    2,664
4 minutes ago, prso1000 said:

Does anyone has the overview how many athletes  qualify per event for the YOG 

 

i saw it somewhere once, but cannot find it again. Although I don’t believe Croatia has a chance. Our team is large but no real medal or even final contender. Our best chance for final is probably Klara Andrijasevic 1500/3000m. 

 

Very similar to last time around, when our only qualifier came from girls' hammer throw (mainly thanks to Europe being awarded with massive 11 spots).

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hckosice    1,783
13 minutes ago, prso1000 said:

Does anyone has the overview how many athletes  qualify per event for the YOG 

 

i saw it somewhere once, but cannot find it again. Although I don’t believe Croatia has a chance. Our team is large but no real medal or even final contender. Our best chance for final is probably Klara Andrijasevic 1500/3000m. 

 

 I know only the standards for the events of SVK athletes you can find them here https://www.atletika.sk/me-do-18-rokov-slovaci-s-cielom-ziskat-co-najlepsie-umiestenia-a-aspon-dve-miesta-na-oh-mladeze/

 

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100 m (chlapci 6 – dievčatá 13), 200 m (11 – 11), 400 m (chlapci 5), 800 m (8 – 14), 1500 m (6 – 5), 2000 m prek. (dievčatá 9), 110/100 m prek. (7 – 10), žrď (chlapci 10), guľa (7 – 10), kladivo (chlapci 10), oštep (dievčatá 7), chôdza (4 – 6).

 

Chlapci - Boys

dievčatá - Girls

 

prek. - Hurdles

žrď - Pole vault

guľa - Shot Put

kladivo - Hammer

oštep - Javelin

chôdza - Race Walk

 

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Werloc    846

It's safe to say we're not qualifying anything then :d

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Werloc    846

I did the SB check on every athlete to track how it is expected for our athletes to perform. 11 athletes are expected to hit top 20, with three athletes landing at 13th at best. So unless some magic happens, semi-finals and lucky finals are our best bet :p

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