Italy with Silesia 2023 trophy at European Athletics Team Championships

The following is the final medal standings, released by European Athletics, after six days of competition at the Silesia 2023 European Athletics Team Championships on Sunday at Silesian Stadium in Chorzów, Poland. The championships, organized by European Athletics, featured Europe’s best nations competing over six days across three different divisions.

At the end of the competition on Sunday, Italy, which also won the First Division team title, topped the medal standings with a total of 15 medals, including seven golds, five silvers, and three bronzes. The Italians, led by the Olympic high jump champion, amassed 426.50 points to secure the Division One title earlier.

The newly promoted First Division team, the Netherlands, secured the second spot in the medal standings with a total of 10 medals, including four golds, two silvers, and four bronzes. Germany, with four golds, claimed the third position, followed by the hosts and two-time defending champions, Poland, who secured three gold medals.

Ukraine and Spain also claimed three gold medals each, securing their places in the top 10 of the final Silesia 2023 European Athletics Team Championships medal standings.

A total of 18 countries won at least one gold medal in this year’s championships. The next European Athletics Team Championships will take place in Madrid in 2025.

Silesia 2023 European Athletics Team Championships Final Medal Standings.

RankNationGold MedalSilver MedalBronze MedalTotal
1Italy75315
2Netherlands42410
3Germany4116
4Poland3519
5Ukraine3126
6Spain3025
7Switzerland2024
8Latvia2002
9Romania1214
10Czech Republic1203
10Portugal1203
10Slovenia1203
13France1146
14Greece1102
15Finland1012
15Norway1012
17Albania1001
17Serbia1001
19Sweden0314
20Turkey0224
21Belgium0213
22Cyprus0202
23Lithuania0134
24Croatia0101
24Estonia0101
24Hungary0101
24Luxembourg0101
28Great Britain0055
29Slovakia002
30Austria0011
30Ireland0011

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