Arne Gabius

Arne Gabius (born 22 March 1981 in Hamburg) is a German long distance runner. He is the current men's German national record holder in the marathon with his time of 2 hours 08 minutes and 33 seconds.[1]

3 000 m Valence 2008
Gabius (in white)

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Germany
2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 5000 m DNF
2007 European Indoor Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom 9th 3000 m 8:08.51
2008 World Indoor Championships Valencia, Spain 12th 3000 m 8:11.21
2009 World Championships Berlin, Germany 28th (h) 5000 m 13:49.13
2010 European Championships Barcelona, Spain 12th 5000 m 13:59.11
2012 World Indoor Championships Istanbul, Turkey 8th 3000 m 7:45.01
European Championships Helsinki, Finland 2nd 5000 m 13:31.83
Olympic Games London, United Kingdom 20th (h) 5000 m 13:28.01
2013 World Championships Moscow, Russia 28th (h) 5000 m 13:34.26
2014 European Championships Zürich, Switzerland 7th 5000 m 14:11.84
2015 World Championships Beijing, China 17th 10,000 m 28:24.47
Frankfurt Marathon Frankfurt, Germany 4th Marathon 2:08:33
2016 European Championships Amsterdam, Netherlands Half marathon DNF

References

  1. ^ "Arne Gabius breaks German record with 2:08:33, Ethiopians Sisay Lemma and Gulume Tollesa celebrate double win in Frankfurt: Frankfurt Marathon". www.frankfurt-marathon.com. Retrieved 2016-01-11.
2006 European Athletics Championships – Men's 5000 metres

The men's 5000 metres at the 2006 European Athletics Championships were held at the Ullevi on August 10 and August 13.

Farah took the lead with 1000 m to go and stretched the field. A sprint to line resulted in España over taking Farah metres from the line. A quick finish by Higuero moved him into third over Turkey's Halil Akkaş.

2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Men's 3000 metres

The Men's 3000 metres event at the 2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on March 2–3.

2007 German Athletics Championships

The 2007 German Athletics Championships were held at the Steigerwaldstadion in Erfurt on 21–22 July 2007.

2009 German Athletics Championships

The 2009 German Athletics Championships were held at the Donaustadion in Ulm on 4–5 July 2009.

2010 European Athletics Championships – Men's 5000 metres

The men's 5000 metres at the 2010 European Athletics Championships was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 29 and 31 July.

2010 German Athletics Championships

The 2010 German Athletics Championships were held at the Eintracht-Stadion in Braunschweig on 17–18 July 2010.

2012 European Athletics Championships – Men's 5000 metres

The men's 5000 metres at the 2012 European Athletics Championships was held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium on 27 June.

2012 German Athletics Championships

The 2012 German Athletics Championships were held at the Lohrheidestadion in Bochum-Wattenscheid on 16–17 June 2012.

2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's 3000 metres

The men's 3000 metres at the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships took place March 9 and 10 at the Ataköy Athletics Arena.

2013 German Athletics Championships

The 2013 German Athletics Championships were held at the Donaustadion in Ulm on 6–7 July 2013.

2014 European Athletics Championships – Men's 5000 metres

The men's 5000 metres at the 2014 European Athletics Championships took place at the Letzigrund on 17 August.

European Athlete of the Month

The European Athlete of the Month is an award that can be won by athletes participating in events within the sport of athletics organised by the European Athletic Association (EAA). Starting in 2007, including athletics events.

Germany at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics

Germany will compete at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics from 15–23 August as the host nation. A team of 92 athletes was announced in preparation for the competition, but current women's Marathon world leader Irina Mikitenko and hurdler Thomas Goller withdrew from the Championships. Mikitenko was replaced by the current European Champion Ulrike Maisch. Selected athletes have achieved one of the competition's qualifying standards. Six out of the seven medallists for Germany from the last Championships are competing, including the gold medallists Betty Heidler and Franka Dietzsch. Women's high jump world leader Ariane Friedrich and European record holders Christina Obergföll and Sebastian Bayer are among Germany's other aspiring medallists.

Germany at the 2010 European Athletics Championships

Germany were represented by 74 athletes at the 2010 European Athletics Championships held in Barcelona, Spain.Just five days before the start of the Championships, it was announced that marathon runner Falk Cierpinski had to pull out due to injury.

Germany at the 2012 European Athletics Championships

Germany competed at the 2012 European Athletics Championships held in Helsinki, Finland, between 27 June to 1 July 2012.

Jörg Peter

Jörg Peter (born 23 October 1955 in Dresden) is a former German long-distance runner. He held the German record over the marathon distance from 1988 till 2015.

List of 5000 metres national champions (men)

Below a list of all National champions in the Men's 5000 metres (track outdoor) in track and field from several countries since 1980, some since 1970.

List of German records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Germany maintained by its national athletics federation, Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband (DLV).

The lists do differ according to whether a German athlete started at the time of preparation of the relevant records for the Association of Germany (DLV) or the German Democratic Republic (DVfL).

In 2006 the DLV extended its list of records with a preamble:

"According to present evidence the following list includes some record holders suspected of having violated anti-doping rules during their sporting career. In addition, a part of the records was achieved with a basis of forced doping and doping in the form of bodily harm. (...) A deletion of such records is not possible for legal reasons."In 2010 Gesine Walther had her name removed from the 4 × 400 m relay record, because it was by her own admission achieved by doping. She said she would "feel responsible should young athletes use drugs in an effort to try to beat this record."

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