Helga Radtke

Helga Radtke (born 16 May 1962 in Sanitz, Rostock) is a German track and field athlete. She competed from 1979 to the 1990s in the long and triple jumps. Until 1990 she represented East Germany. She won the bronze medal in the long jump at the 1990 European championship and was successful in many more indoor world and European championships

Helga Radtke
Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1989-0721-033, Helga Radtke

Medal record
Women's Athletics
Representing  East Germany
World Indoor Championships
Gold medal – first place 1985 Paris Long Jump

Results in detail

  • 1979, Junior European championship: 1st place (6.22 - x - 6.10 - 6.47 - x - 6.35)
  • 1983, Indoor European championship: 2nd place (x - 6.48 - 6.47 - x - 6.63 - 6.52)
  • 1983, World championship: 12th 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 (x - 6.89 - x - 6.73 - x - 6.74)
  • 1986, Indoor European championship: 2nd place (x - 6.80 - 6.91 - 5.41 - 6.82 - 6.94)
  • 1986, European championship: 3rd place (6.63 - 6.89 - 6.64 - x - 6.89 - x)
  • 1987, Indoor World championship: 2nd place (x - 6.67 - 6.90 - 6.29 - x - 6.94)
  • 1987, World championship: 4th place (6.95 - 6.56 - 7.01 - x - x - 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 (x - x - 6.64 - x - x - 6.94)
  • 1991, World championship: eliminated during qualification
  • 1992, Indoor European championship: 5th place in the Long jump (6.36 - x - x - 6.29 - 6.43 - 6.25); 3rd place in the Triple jump (x - 13.59 - x - x - 13.75 - x)
  • 1992, Summer Olympics: eliminated during qualification
  • 1993, Indoor-World championship, 5th place in the Triple jump (13.52 - 13.95 - x - 13.56 - x - x)
  • 1993, World championship: in the long jump eliminated during qualification; Triple jump: 5th place (x - 13.86 - x - 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 - x - x - 13.79 - 13.92)
  • 1994, European championship: in the long jump eliminated during qualification; Triple jump: 8th place (13.77 - 13.60 - 13.52)

Radtke belonged the Empor Rostock sport club and later to the LAC Quelle Fürth and Munich 1860. During her career she was 1.70 meters tall and weighed 64 kilograms.

References

  • Helga Radtke at IAAF
  • Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Helga Radtke". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 2012-10-25.
  • European Championships
  • European Indoor Championships
1983 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1983 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on 5 March.

1983 World Championships in Athletics – Women's long jump

These are the official results of the Women's Long Jump event at the 1983 IAAF World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. There were a total number of 34 participating athletes, with two qualifying groups and the final held on Sunday 14 August 1983. The qualification mark was set at 6.40 metres.

1985 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1985 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on 2 March.

1985 IAAF World Indoor Games – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1985 IAAF World Indoor Games was held at the Palais Omnisports Paris-Bercy on 19 January.

1986 European Athletics Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1986 European Athletics Championships was held in Stuttgart, then West Germany, at Neckarstadion on 26 and 27 August 1986.

1986 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1986 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on 22 February.

1987 World Championships in Athletics – Women's long jump

These are the official results of the women's long jump event at the 1987 IAAF World Championships in Rome, Italy. There were a total number of 29 participating athletes, with two qualifying groups and the final held on Friday 4 September 1987.

1990 European Athletics Championships – Women's long jump

These are the official results of the Women's long jump event at the 1990 European Championships in Split, Yugoslavia, held at Stadion Poljud on 27 and 28 August 1990. There were 17 participating athletes.

1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships

The 21st European Athletics Indoor Championships were held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, on 3 and 4 March 1990. It was the last time that the event had been held annually and not biennially as it is now. It was also the first edition to feature women's triple jump event.

The medal table was topped by the Soviet Union, followed by West and East Germany.

1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held in Kelvin Hall on 4 March.

1993 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Women's triple jump

The women's triple jump event at the 1993 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on 13 and 14 March.

1993 World Championships in Athletics – Women's triple jump

These are the official results of the Women's Triple Jump event at the 1993 IAAF World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. There were a total of 30 participating athletes, with two qualifying groups and the final held on Saturday August 21, 1993. For the first this event was staged at the World Championships.

1994 European Athletics Championships – Women's triple jump

The final of the Women's Triple Jump event at the 1994 European Championships in Helsinki, Finland was held on Thursday August 20, 1994. There were a total number of 26 participating athletes including one non-starter, with two qualifying groups. The top twelve and ties, and all those reaching 14.20 metres advanced to the final. The qualification round was held in Wednesday August 19, 1994. The event was included for the first time at the European Athletics Championships.

1994 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's long jump

The women's long jump event at the 1994 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held in Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy on 11 March.

1994 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's triple jump

The women's triple jump event at the 1994 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held in Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy on 12 and 13 March.

Athletics at the Friendship Games – Women's long jump

The women's high jump event at the Friendship Games was held on 16 and 17 August 1984 at the Evžen Rošický Stadium in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Birgit Großhennig

Birgit Großhennig (born 21 February 1965 in Blankenburg, Thuringia) is a retired East German athlete.

She competed in the high jump at the European Junior Championships in 1981 and 1983, finishing fourth both times. She recorded her personal best, 1.88 metres, in 1981.

She is better known for her achievements in the long jump, in which she achieved a career best of 7.00 metres in June 1984 in Berlin. This jump is the second longest by a junior athlete (under 20 years old) in history

and places her fifth on the German all-time performers list, behind Heike Drechsler, Helga Radtke, Sabine Paetz and Brigitte Wujak. It also secures a place on the all-time top list for senior athletes.She competed for the sports club SC Magdeburg during her active career.

Brigitte Wujak

Brigitte Wujak, née Künzel (born 6 March 1955 in Karl-Marx-Stadt) is a retired long jumper who represented East Germany with the SC Dynamo Berlin.

She won the silver medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow with a personal best jump of 7.04 metres. This was the German record at the time, and remained her career best jump. The result places her fourth on the German all-time performers list, behind Heike Drechsler, Helga Radtke and Sabine Paetz.She finished seventh at the 1982 European Championships, and retired after the 1984 season. She competed for the sports club SC Dynamo Berlin during her active career.

List of European Athletics Indoor Championships medalists (women)

This is a complete list of women's medalists of the European Athletics Indoor Championships.

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