Nations from across Europe competed at the 2023 European Athletics Indoor Championships in Istanbul from March 2-5. After the championship, the medal standings were finalized and released on Sunday. Fourteen countries earned gold medals, while several others won at least one medal.
Norway secured the top spot on the medal table with five medals, four of which were gold with Jakob Ingebrigtsen winning both the 3000m and 1500m titles. The Netherlands finished second with three gold, three silver, and one bronze medal, two of the golds having been won by superstar Femke Bol. – Read more: Warholm and Bol win European Indoors 400m titles – Day 3
Great Britain & NI came in third with three gold, one silver, and two bronze medals. Italy, Belgium, Portugal, and Switzerland were also successful, with each winning multiple medals.
Notably, host nation Turkey secured a gold medal in the championships in the women’s triple jump on Saturday, while Greece, Ukraine, and Spain also picked up at least one gold medal during the highly-contested championships.
Poland won the highest number of medals, with a total of seven, though none were gold.
In total, 21 nations won medals, demonstrating the diversity and competitiveness of European athletics. The four-day event featured a range of events, including sprints, jumps, throws, and middle-distance races.
Final 2023 European Athletics Indoor Championships medal standings
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