Marian Woronin - Poland - 100m bronze at 1982 European Championship

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 07 September 1982

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Marian WORONIN - Poland - 100m bronze at 1982 European Championship

Marian is pictured above - third from left in the white vest - crossing the finishing line to take

the 100m bronze medal by the narrowest of margins from Britain's Cameron Sharp (near side)

at the 1982 European Championships.



Men's 100m. Final

1982 Euro Athletics Championships

1 Frank EMMELMANN   GDR   10.21
2. Pier Francesco PAVONI   ITA   10.25
3. Marian WORONIN   POL   10.28
4. Cameron SHARP   GBR   10.28
5. Nikolai SIDOROV   URS   10.32
6. Olaf PRENZLER   GDR   10.35


Marian Woronin's  fastest time for the 100 m was 10.00 seconds, recorded in 1984 in Warsaw with wind

on the maximum allowable limit of 2.0 m/s. This was the European record for the event

until Linford Christie ran 9.97 sec at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

Woronin's personal best in the 200 m was 20.49.

He won nine Polish outdoor titles and nine indoor titles.