National champions 200 metres (men)

National champions 200 metres (men)

Below a list of all national champions in the men's 200 metres in track and field from several countries since 1970.

Contents

Argentina Argentina

  • 1970: Andrés Calonge
  • 1971: Pedro Bassart
  • 1972: José Pérez Ferrería
  • 1973: Carlos Bertotti
  • 1974: Alfredo Milano
  • 1975: Gustavo Dubarbier
  • 1976: Gustavo Dubarbier
  • 1977: Gustavo Dubarbier
  • 1978: Carlos Gambetta
  • 1979: Carlos Gambetta
  • 1980: Eduardo Oscar de Brito
  • 1981: Nicolás Duncan Glass
  • 1982: Ernesto Braun
  • 1983: Alfredo Muro
  • 1984: Oscar Barrionuevo
  • 1985: Oscar Barrionuevo
  • 1986: Gerardo Meinardi
  • 1987: Gabriel Somma
  • 1988: Claudio Arcas
  • 1989: Carlos Gats
  • 1990: Alejandro Terzián
  • 1991: José María Beduino
  • 1992: Carlos Gats
  • 1993: Carlos Gats
  • 1994: Carlos Gats
  • 1995: Guillermo Cacían
  • 1996: Guillermo Cacían
  • 1997: Carlos Gats
  • 1998: Damián Spector
  • 1999: Matías Fayos
  • 2000: Nicolás Arias Duval
  • 2001: Matías Fayos
  • 2002: Matías Usandivaras
  • 2003: Matías Usandivaras
  • 2004: Matías Usandivaras
  • 2005: Iván Altamirano
  • 2006: Iván Altamirano

Australia Australia

Belarus Belarus

  • 1992: Sergey Kornelyuk
  • 1993: Leonid Safronnikov
  • 1994: Leonid Safronnikov
  • 1995: Sergey Kornelyuk
  • 1996: Leonid Safronnikov
  • 1997: Andrey Gavrilenko (UKR)
  • 1998: Dmitriy Kotenkov
  • 1999: Aleksandr Slyunkov
  • 2000: ???
  • 2001: Aleksandr Slyunkov
  • 2002: Vitaliy Chechetko
  • 2003: Maksim Pisunov
  • 2004: Maksim Sidorenko
  • 2005: Maksim Pisunov
  • 2006: Maksim Pisunov

Belgium Belgium

  • 1970: Paul Poels
  • 1971: Jean-Pierre Borlée
  • 1972: Freddy Lucq
  • 1973: Guy Stas
  • 1974: Fons Brydenbach
  • 1975: Fons Brydenbach
  • 1976: Reno Roelandt
  • 1977: Lambert Micha
  • 1978: Reno Roelandt
  • 1979: Jacques Borlée

Brazil Brazil

Canada Canada

Denmark Denmark

  • 1970: Søren Viggo Pedersen
  • 1971: Søren Viggo Pedersen
  • 1972: Søren Viggo Pedersen
  • 1973: Søren Viggo Pedersen
  • 1974: Søren Viggo Pedersen
  • 1975: Jens Hansen
  • 1976: Ole Lysholt
  • 1977: Jens Hansen
  • 1978: Frank Foli-Andersen
  • 1979: Jens Smedegård (Hansen)
  • 1980: ???
  • 1981: Jesper Carlsen
  • 1982: ???
  • 1983: Lars Pedersen
  • 1984: Peter Regli
  • 1985: Lars Pedersen
  • 1986: Lars Pedersen
  • 1987: Morten Kjems
  • 1988: Lars Pedersen
  • 1989: Lars Pedersen
  • 1990: Miels Ole Lindberg
  • 1991: Lars Pedersen
  • 1992: Lars Pedersen
  • 1993: Lars Pedersen
  • 1994: Lars Pedersen
  • 1995: Claus Hirsbro
  • 1996: Claus Hirsbro
  • 1997: Christian Trajkovski
  • 1998: Thomas Grønnemark
  • 1999: Christian Trajkovski

Estonia Estonia

  • 1991: Andrei Morozov
  • 1992: Rainis Jaansoo
  • 1993: Andrei Morozov
  • 1994: Andrus Hämelane
  • 1995: Andrus Hämelane
  • 1996: Rainis Jaansoo
  • 1997: Rainis Jaansoo
  • 1998: Urmet Uusorg
  • 1999: Mait Lind
  • 2000: Maidu Laht
  • 2001: Martin Vihmann
  • 2002: Martin Vihmann
  • 2003: Henri Sool
  • 2004: Martin Vihmann
  • 2005: Martin Vihmann
  • 2006: Marek Niit

Finland Finland

  • 1970: Ossi Karttunen
  • 1971: Markku Kukkoaho
  • 1972: Antti Rajamäki
  • 1973: Ossi Karttunen
  • 1974: Ossi Karttunen
  • 1975: Antti Rajamäki
  • 1976: Markku Kukkoaho
  • 1977: Ossi Karttunen
  • 1978: Antti Rajamäki
  • 1979: Julla Sulalampi
  • 1980: Hannu Mykrä
  • 1981: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1982: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1983: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1984: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1985: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1986: Kimmo Saaristo
  • 1987: Juha Pyy
  • 1988: Sakari Syväoja
  • 1989: Kay Kyllönen
  • 1990: Matti Heusala
  • 1991: Jouni Myllymäki
  • 1992: Kari Niemi
  • 1993: Ari Pakarinen
  • 1994: Kay Kyllönen
  • 1995: Ari Pakarinen
  • 1996: Ari Pakarinen
  • 1997: Janne Hautaniemi
  • 1998: Harri Kivelä
  • 1999: Aleksi Sillanpää
  • 2010: Jonathan Åstrand

France France

Germany Germany

East Germany East Germany

West Germany West Germany

Germany Unified Germany

United Kingdom Great Britain

India India

  • 1988: Anand Shetty
  • 1989: Arjun Devaiah
  • 1990: Arjun Devaiah
  • 1991: Selvaraj Roberts
  • 1992: Anand Natarajan
  • 1993: Anand Natarajan
  • 1994: Salaam Gariba GHA
  • 1995: ???
  • 1996: Amit Khanna
  • 1997: ???
  • 1998: Ajay Raj Singh
  • 1999: Anil Kumar
  • 2000: Clifford Joshua
  • 2001: Anil Kumar
  • 2002: Anand Menezes
  • 2003: Piyush Kumar
  • 2004: Anil Kumar
  • 2005: Alaguvel Arvind

Italy Italy

Jamaica Jamaica

  • 1983: Leroy Reid
  • 1984: Gus Young
  • 1985: ???
  • 1986: Leroy Reid
  • 1987: Clive Wright
  • 1988: Clive Wright
  • 1989: Clive Wright
  • 1990: ???
  • 1991: Windell Dobson
  • 1992: Clive Wright
  • 1993: Raymond Stewart
  • 1994: Garth Robinson
  • 1995: Percival Spencer
  • 1996: Percival Spencer
  • 1997: Percival Spencer
  • 1998: Garth Robinson
  • 1999: Christopher Williams

Japan Japan

  • 1970: Hiromitsu Murata
  • 1971: Takao Ishizawa
  • 1972: Yoshiharu Tomonaga
  • 1973: Yoshiharu Tomonaga
  • 1974: Yoshiharu Tomonaga
  • 1975: Yoshiharu Tomonaga
  • 1976: Yasuhiro Harada
  • 1977: Toshio Toyota
  • 1978: Yoshiaki Hirose
  • 1979: Toshio Toyota
  • 1980: Toshio Toyota
  • 1981: Kenji Yamauchi
  • 1982: Toshio Toyota
  • 1983: Susumu Takano
  • 1984: Hiromi Kawasumi
  • 1985: Koichi Mishiba
  • 1986: Hirofumi Koike
  • 1987: Kenji Yamauchi
  • 1988: Kenji Yamauchi
  • 1989: Yoshiyuki Okuyama

Latvia Latvia

  • 1991: Aleksejs Iljušinš
  • 1992: Vjaceslavs Kocerjagins
  • 1993: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 1994: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 1995: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 1996: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 1997: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 1998: Ingûns Sviklinš
  • 1999: Jevgênijs Dominjuks
  • 2000: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 2001: Ingûns Sviklinš
  • 2002: Sergejs Inšakovs
  • 2003: Vadims Avdejevs
  • 2004: Girts Lamba
  • 2005: Sandis Sabâjevs
  • 2006: Ronalds Arājs
  • 2007: ???
  • 2008: Sandis Sabâjevs
  • 2009: Sandis Džiguns
  • 2010: Jānis Mezītis

Lithuania Lithuania

  • 1990: Eimantas Skrabulis
  • 1991: Kastytis Klimas
  • 1992: Kastytis Klimas
  • 1993: Vaidas Rabikas
  • 1994: Andrius Vinslovas
  • 1995: Saulius Urbutis
  • 1996: Saulius Slavinskas
  • 1997: Saulius Slavinskas
  • 1998: Donatas Jakševicius
  • 1999: Jonas Motiejûnas
  • 2000: Jonas Motiejûnas
  • 2001: Vytaulas Kancleris
  • 2002: Stanislav Michno
  • 2003: Raimondas Turla
  • 2004: Raimondas Turla
  • 2005: Raimondas Turla
  • 2006: Rytis Sakalauskas
  • 2007: Martynas Jurgilas
  • 2008: Žilvinas Adomavičius
  • 2009: Žilvinas Adomavičius
  • 2010: Aivaras Pranckevičius

Netherlands Netherlands

  • 1970: Ad van Boekel
  • 1971: Ad van Boekel
  • 1972: Eddy Monsels (SUR)
  • 1973: Bert de Jager
  • 1974: Raymond Heerenveen (AHO)
  • 1975: Sammy Monsels (SUR)
  • 1976: Henk Brouwer
  • 1977: Aart Veldhoen
  • 1978: Raymond Heerenveen (AHO)
  • 1979: Marcel Klarenbeek
  • 1980: Henk Brouwer
  • 1981: Henk Brouwer
  • 1982: Mario Westbroek
  • 1983: Diederik Everts
  • 1984: Ahmed de Kom
  • 1985: Ahmed de Kom
  • 1986: Ahmed de Kom
  • 1987: Ahmed de Kom
  • 1988: Ahmed de Kom
  • 1989: Rob van de Klundert

New Zealand New Zealand

  • 1970: Laurie D'Arcy
  • 1971: Bevan Smith
  • 1972: Bevan Smith
  • 1973: Bevan Smith
  • 1974: Bevan Smith
  • 1975: Bevan Smith
  • 1976: Terry Morrison
  • 1977: Steve Erkkila
  • 1978: Graeme French
  • 1979: Shane Downey
  • 1980: Shane Downey
  • 1981: Shane Downey
  • 1982: Gary Henley-Smith
  • 1983: Gary Henley-Smith
  • 1984: Shane Downey
  • 1985: Dale McClunie
  • 1986: Dale McClunie
  • 1987: Dale McClunie
  • 1988: Dale McClunie
  • 1989: Dale McClunie
  • 1990: Scott Bowden
  • 1991: Augustine Nketia (GHA)
  • 1992: Augustine Nketia
  • 1993: Mark Keddell
  • 1994: Todd Blythe
  • 1995: Mark Keddell
  • 1996: Matthew Coad
  • 1997: Chris Donaldson
  • 1998: Matthew Coad
  • 1999: Chris Donaldson

Norway Norway

  • 1970: Richard Simonsen
  • 1971: Richard Simonsen
  • 1972: Audun Garshol
  • 1973: Audun Garshol
  • 1974: Øyvind Røst
  • 1975: Johnny Haugen
  • 1976: Audun Garshol
  • 1977: Johnny Haugen
  • 1978: Knut M. Stokke
  • 1979: Knut M. Stokke
  • 1980: Jens Arild Johannessen
  • 1981: Odd Erik Kristiansen
  • 1982: Tore Bergan
  • 1983: Svein Erik Storlien
  • 1984: Einar Sagli
  • 1985: Einar Sagli
  • 1986: Einar Sagli
  • 1987: Jarle Løken
  • 1988: Geir Moen
  • 1989: Aham Okeke
  • 2000: John Ertzgaard
  • 2001: John Ertzgaard
  • 2002: Geir Moen
  • 2003: John Ertzgaard
  • 2004: Aham Okeke
  • 2005: John Ertzgaard
  • 2006: Steffen Kjønnås

Poland Poland

Portugal Portugal

  • 1970: Alberto Matos
  • 1971: Mena Antunes
  • 1972: José Carvalho
  • 1973: Fernando Silva
  • 1974: António Cachola
  • 1975: António Cachola
  • 1976: António Cachola
  • 1977: António Cachola
  • 1978: António Cachola
  • 1979: António Cachola
  • 1980: Daniel Monteiro
  • 1981: António Cachola
  • 1982: Arnaldo Abrantes
  • 1983: Luís Barroso
  • 1984: Luís Barroso
  • 1985: Luís Barroso
  • 1986: Arnaldo Abrantes
  • 1987: Luís Barroso
  • 1988: Luís Barroso
  • 1989: Luís Barroso
  • 1990: Pedro Agostinho
  • 1991: Pedro Agostinho
  • 1992: Luís Cunha
  • 1993: Luís Cunha
  • 1994: Vítor Jorge
  • 1995: Luís Cunha
  • 1996: Carlos Calado
  • 1997: Carlos Calado
  • 1998: Vítor Jorge
  • 1999: Vítor Jorge

Russia Russia

Spain Spain

  • 1970: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1971: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1972: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1973: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1974: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1975: Miguel Arnau
  • 1976: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1977: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1978: José Luis Sarriá
  • 1979: Ángel Heras

Sweden Sweden

  • 1970: Anders Faager
  • 1971: Bo Söderberg
  • 1972: Anders Faager
  • 1973: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1974: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1975: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1976: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1977: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1978: Thorsten Johansson
  • 1979: Lars-Arne Ericsson
  • 1980: Dan Orbe
  • 1981: Eric Josjö
  • 1982: Eric Josjö
  • 1983: Dan Orbe
  • 1984: Tommy Johansson
  • 1985: Eric Josjö
  • 1986: Tommy Björnqvist
  • 1987: Robert Nilsson
  • 1988: Eric Josjö
  • 1989: Marty Krulee (USA)
  • 1990: Tjorbjörn Eriksson
  • 1991: Marty Krulee (USA)
  • 1992: Tjorbjörn Eriksson
  • 1993: Tjorbjörn Eriksson
  • 1994: Lars Hedner
  • 1995: Lars Hedner
  • 1996: Lars Hedner
  • 1997: Tjorbjörn Eriksson
  • 1998: Tjorbjörn Eriksson
  • 1999: Mikael Ahl

Ukraine Ukraine

  • 2000: Sergey Polinkov
  • 2001: Anatoliy Dovgal
  • 2002: Konstantin Rurak
  • 2003: Yevgeniy Zyukov
  • 2004: Dimitriy Glushchenko
  • 2005: Dimitriy Glushchenko
  • 2006: Dimitriy Glushchenko

United States United States

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