Final entries for the Toruń 2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships have been published and can be viewed here.
A record 733 athletes (405 men, 328 women) from 47 countries have registered for the 36th edition of the championships which take place in the Arena Toruń from 4-7 March.
The entry-lists include 17 reigning European indoor champions from Glasgow 2019 including Serbia’s Ivana Spanovic (long jump) and Poland’s Marcin Lewandowski (1500/3000m) who are both aiming for their fourth successive European indoor titles. Lewandowski is also in contention to become the first athlete in championship history to win European indoor titles at 800m, 1500m and 3000m.
The entry-lists also include nine athletes who lead the world lists in their event: Nadine Visser (60m hurdles), Yaroslava Mahuchikh (high jump), Larissa Iapichino (long jump), Paraskevi Papahristou (triple jump), Auriol Dongmo (shot put), Noor Vidts (pentathlon), Jakob Ingebrigtsen (1500m), Gianmarco Tamberi (high jump) and Armand Duplantis (pole vault).
The oldest registered athlete for the event is Greek triple jumper Dimitrios Tsiamis (12/1/82) and the youngest is Belgium’s Merel Maes (22/1/2005) who recently cleared 1.91m to win the Belgian indoor high jump title.
The championships commence at 7.00pm local-time on Thursday 4 March with the qualifying pool of the men’s high jump.