Helga RADTKE

Helga Radtke - East Germany - Long Jump medals at 1986 & 1990 European Championships.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 11 July 1987

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 16 May 1962
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Sanitz, Rostock
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • East Germany
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Helga RADTKE - East Germany - Long Jump medals at 1986 & 1990 European Championships.

Helga Radtke is pictured above at the 1987 World Athletics Championships in Rome,

where she finished just outside the medals in 4th place with a jump of 7.01m.

The previous year she had won a bronze medal in the Long Jump at the

European Championships in Stuttgart, a feat she repeated four years later in Split.


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Weitsprung Endrunde {Frauen}.

1986 Europameisterschaft Athletik

1. Heike DRECHSLER   GDR   7.27m CBP
2. Galina CHISTYAKOVA   URS   7.09m
3. Helga RADTKE   GDR   6.89m
4. Vali IONESCU   ROM   6.81m
5. Lyudmila NINOVA   BUL   6.65m
6. Silvia KHRISTOVA   BUL   6.61m

 

 

Weitsprung Endrunde {Frauen}.

1990 Europameisterschaft Athletik

1. Heike DRECHSLER   GDR   7.30m
2. Marieta ILCU   ROM   7.02m
3. Helga RADTKE   GDR   6.94m
4. Larisa BEREZHNAYA   URS   6.93m
5. Yolanda CHEN   URS   6.90m
6. Inessa KRAVETS   URS   6.85m

 

 

 ANNUAL PROGRESS.


1979, Junior European championship: 1st place (6.22 - DQ - 6.10 - 6.47 - DQ - 6.35)
1983, Indoor European championship: 2nd place (DQ - 6.48 - 6.47 - DQ - 6.63 - 6.52)
1983, World championship: 71st place (6.37 - 6.35 - 6.44)
1985, Indoor world games: 1st place (6.74 - 6.72 - 6.81 - 6.82 - 6.86 - 6.88)
1985, Indoor European championship: 4th place (DQ - 6.89 - DQ - 6.73 - DQ - 6.74)
1986, Indoor European championship: 2nd place (DQ - 6.80 - 6.91 - 5.41 - 6.82 - 6.94)
1986, European championship: 3rd place (6.63 - 6.89 - 6.64 - DQ - 6.89 - DQ)
1987, Indoor World championship: 2nd place (DQ - 6.67 - 6.90 - 6.29 - DQ - 6.94)
1987, World championship: 4th place (6.95 - 6.56 - 7.01 - DQ - DQ - 6.95)
1990, Indoor European championship: 3rd place (6.41 - 6.51 - 6.55 - 6.55 - 6.66 - 6.33)
1990, European championship: 3rd place (DQ - DQ - 6.64 - DQ - DQ - 6.94)
1991, World championship: eliminated during qualification
1992, Indoor European championship: 5th place in the Long jump (6.36 - DQ - DQ - 6.29 - 6.43 - 6.25);

          3rd place in the Triple jump (DQ - 13.59 - DQ - DQ - 13.75 - DQ)
1992, Summer Olympics: eliminated during qualification
1993, Indoor-World championship, 5th place in the Triple jump (13.52 - 13.95 - DQ - 13.56 - DQ - DQ)
1993, World championship: in the long jump eliminated during qualification;

         Triple jump: 5th place (DQ - 13.86 - DQ - 14.01 - 13.77 - 14.19)
1994, Indoor European championship: 8th place in the Long jump. (6.40 - 6.31 - 6.31 - 6.28 - 6.45 - 6.43);

          Triple jump: 7th place (13.78 - 13.75 - DQ - DQ - 13.79 - 13.92)
1994, European championship: in the long jump eliminated during qualification;

          Triple jump: 8th place (13.77 - 13.60 - 13.52)