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100 m

1 Sydney Siame ZAM 10,06/10,06

3 Takumi Iizuka JPN 10,57/10,57

4 Robert Moise HTI 10,61/10,76

6 Oskari Lehtonen NurmijYU 10,71/10,77

7 Bandar Kaabi KSA 10,71/10,80

8 Erno Mehtonen SavonlRie 10,76/10,86

9 Santeri Örn PolvijU 10,76/10,76

12 Viljami Hietaharju JyväskKU 11,11/11,23

13 Ahmed Marzouk Abdu KSA 10,49/10,49

14 Ahmed Omar Falattah KSA 10,57/10,57

15 Abdulaziz Rabie Al-Jadani 10,79/10,79

200 m

1 Sydney Siame ZAM 20,26/20,26

2 Dennis Otieno KEN 20,64/-

3 Robert Moise HTI 20,78/21,16

4 Oskari Lehtonen NurmijYU 20,88/20,88

5 Erik Annerfalk SWE 21,34/21,34

6 Eljas Aalto IFSibboV 21,45/21,51

7 Takumi Iizuka JPN 21,49/-

11 Erno Mehtonen SavonlRie 22,36/22,36

12 Aleksi Sairanen  KerimU 22,51/22,68

13 Ahmed Omar Falattah KSA 21,23/21,23

14 Abdulaziz Rabie Al-Jadani 21,94/-

16 Teemu Keronen JyväskKU 22,50/-

800 m

3 Joonas Rinne SaarijPU 1.49,84/1.50,24

5 Julius Uutela HKV 1.51,53/1.53,41

6 Jussi Raittinen KurikRy 1.52,08/1.55,01

7 Samuel Tanner NZL 1.52,09/1.52,09

8 Nicholas Moulai NZL 1.54,07/1.54,07

9 Isaiah Priddey NZL 1.54,21/1.54,21

10 Samuli Hussa LimNM 1.54,30/1.56,01

12 Jiri Karjalainen JoensKa 1.54,95/1.56,67

13 Teemu Ruippo Joenska 1.55,4h/1.57,57

14 Kristian Backman ImU 1.57,02/1.57,02

15 Vili Holopainen JoensKa 1.57,73/1.57,73

16 Pekka Antikainen TuTo 1.58,76/2.02,49

17 Arttu Simanainen JoensKa 1.58,64/1.58,64 M19

18 Johannes Helander LimNM 2.00,5h/2.00,92 M17

19 Sami Petäjäjärvi SavonlRie 2.00,84/2.01,36

21 Eino Könönen JoensKa 2.03,64/2.03,64 M19

23 Jani Juntunen LimNM 2.03,60/2.03,60 M17

24 Mika Kotiranta JoensKa 2.04,4h/2.04,4h M19

25 Samuel Auvinen JoensKa 2.05,86/- M17

26 Markus Kasanen JoensKa 2.08,00/- M19

27 Elmeri Hämäläinen SulkU 2.18,03/- M17

28 Robert Hagström GamlakIF 1.56,76/1.56,76

29 Yauheni Yanukovich BLR 1.49,34/1.50,80

30 Jussi Huuskonen JyväskKU 1.54,40/1.57,27

31 Eetu Pöyry TampPy 1.56,94/2.04,07

32 Samu Mikkonen JoensKa 1.51,76/1.54,27

33 Markus Teijula NaantLöy 1.48,87/1.49,26

34 Onni Ikonen HankasHa 2.19,00/2.19,00 M17

35 Jiri Juntunen LimNM 2.04,73/2.04,73 M17

36 Roni Tirkkonen KuopRei 1.59,57/1.59,57 M17

37 Elias Kortelainen JoensKa 2.04,12/2.04,12 M19

38 Aleksi Rajaniemi LahdA 1.59,63/1.59,63 M17

PACE Andreas Roth NOR PACE A+B

PACE Matti Röppänen KuopRei C

3000 m steeples

1 Gigsa Tolosa Nurgi ETH 8.21,33/8.23,79

2 Ole Hesselbjerg DEN 8.27,86/8.30,82

4 Daniel Lundgren SWE 8.33,51/8.50,50

5 Topi Raitanen HKV 8.36,67/8.36,67

6 Justinas Berzanskis LTU 8.41,45/8.45,73

8 Hannu Granberg LahdA 8.56,11/8.57,13

9 Miika Tenhunen NivU 8.57,17/8.57,17

PACE Joonas Harjamäki ViipU PACE

LONG JUMP

1 Arttu Pajulahti ViipU 810/788

3 Kristian Pulli KaipVi 807/791

4 Henri Väyrynen KajKi 807/774

5 Kristian Bäck VasaIS 795/776

6 Eero Haapala SeinäjsU 795/-

7 Kalle Salminen JoensKa 767/767

8 Joona Kokkola ValtVa 760/715

9 Miika Mäkinen RiihKi 732/690

JAVELIN

1 Jakub Vadlejch CZE 89,73/89,02

3 Lassi Etelätalo JoensKa 84,98/78,38

4 Kim Amb SWE 84,71/-

5 Hamish Peacock AUS 84,39/83,63

7 Joni Karvinen JoensKa 80,04/72,87

8 Toni Keränen LimNM 75,64/75,64

9 Taneli Juutinen KuopRei 73,68/73,68

11 Antti Ruuskanen PielavSa 88,98/80,79

12 Capers Williamson USA 79,17/79,17

13 Tanel Laanmae EST 85,04/78,13

WOMEN

800 m

1 Brittany McGowan AUS 2.00,24/2.00,24

2 Volha Nemogay BLR 2.02,43/2.04,96

3 Sara Kuivisto BorgAk 2.03,31/2.03,31

4 Aino Paunonen TuUL 2.04,26/2.04,26

5 Saija Seppä SuolU 2.06,21/2.09,64

6 Maija Tukeva ÄhtU 2.12,05/2.15,63 W19

7 Annina Walling SavonlRie 2.13,38/2.17,75

8 Heini Ikonen JyväskKU 2.13,99/2.14,44 W19

9 Erika Utriainen VeitsKV 2.15,86/2.15,86

10 Petra Väänänen JoensKa 2.18,92/2.19,72 W19

12 Jutta Moilanen JoensKa 2.25,24/2.25,38 W19

15 Maiju Nousiainen ImU 2.32,56/2.37,48 W15

16 Jenna-Julia Kettunen KuopRei 2.27,10/2.32,26 W15

17 Iida Pyykönen NurmSe 2.36,9h/2.36,9h W17

18 Venla Häkkinen JoensKa 2.35,46/2.35,46 W15

19 Reeta Kuosmanen IisalVi 2.32,68/2.34,74 W17

20 Sini Riikonen JoensKa 2.46,11/3.02,73 W17

21 Veera Häkkinen JoensKa W15

22 Oona Rimpilä JoensKa 3.17,04/3.17,04 W15

23 Janette Niemi JyväskKU 2.11,99/2.14,54

24 Eveliina Räisänen KuopRei W17

25 Riikka Jokinen PyhäsU 2.53,59/- W15

26 Miia Ruuhkanen KuopRei 2.35,83/2.35,83 W17

27 Lotta Tarvainen KuopRei 2.23,05/2.27,76 W17

28 Cindy Ahponen PyhäsU 2.36,89/2.36,89 W17

29 Vera Nylander SiiPo 2.28,31/2.34,16 W17

PACE Olena Zhusman UKR PACE A + B

100 hurdles

1 Tiffani McReynolds USA 12,77/13,02

2 Nickiesha Wilson JAM 12,79/12,93

3 Nooralotta Neziri JyväskKU 12,81/12,99

4 Kendell Williams USA 12,82/12,98

7 Reetta Hurske TampPy 13,16/13,36

8 Lotta Harala TampPy 13,15/13,15

9 Marika Partinen JoensKa 13,79/13,79

10 Saara Keskitalo EspTa 13,88/13,88

11 Hertta Heikkinen JoensKa 14,00/14,38

12 Jutta Heikkinen JoensKa 14,00/-

400 hurdles

1 Gianna Woodruff PAN 55,76/56,05

2 Yanique Haye-Smith JAM 56,10/56,38

4 Viivi Lehikoinen Hifk 56,49/58,30

5 Eveliina Määttänen KeskiUYU 58,07/59,29

6 Emma Koistinen JyväskKU 58,34/58,87

7 Nea Mattila Hifk 59,57/59,57

TRIPLE JUMP

1 Kristiina Mäkelä OrimJy 14,24/13,95

2 Iryna Vaskoyskaya BLR 14,19/13,93

4 Sanna Nygård VasaIS 13,76/13,66

6 Elina Kostiainen VihdVie 12,84/12,58

7 Jessica Miettinen JoensKa 12,52/12,52

8 Ida Marcussen NOR 12,01/-

9 Mara Griva LAT 13,81/13,62

10 Violetta Skvartsova BLR 13,95/13,95

HIGH JUMP

1 Levern Spencer LCA 198/196

2 Linda Sandblom HangåIK 193/176

4 Elina Smolander LapVi 186/182

5 Laura Rautanen VilppVei 186/177

6 Ella Junnila JanJA 185/185

7 Heidi Erkinheimo SeinäjsU 183/172

8 Miia Lindholm Hifk 181/179

9 Ilona Äyräväinen KarhKa 181/175

10 Gabriela Kosonen TampPy 181/172

11 Jutta Heikkinen JoensKa 173/-

12 Hertta Heikkinen JoensKa 169/162

JAVELIN

1 Maria Andrejczyk POL 67,11/-

2 Asdis Hjalmsdottir ISL 63,43/59,13

3 Heidi Nokelainen JoensKa 62.12/56,73

4 Sofi Flink SWE 61,96/57,51

5 Anna Wessman SWE 61,42/57,48

6 Jenni Kangas SeinäjsU 60,98/59,33

7 Jelena Jaakkola SoinSi 58,89/56,04

8 Suvi Kemppainen KajKi 57,75/57,75

10 Saara Lipsanen LappUM 56,20/56,04

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