World Athletics Indoor Tour 2021 page, you can find all the information you need about the Tour. Check out the schedule, results, prize money and statistics.
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The World Athletics Indoor Tour includes a total of 26 events in Europe and North America. The events are divided into three different categories – gold, silver, and bronze. The first World Indoor Tour events took place in 2016.
World Athletics Indoor Tour 2021 – Schedule
In the 2021 season, six competitions in the gold category
will be held.
The first of these will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany, on January 29th, 2021. From there the tour will move on to Liévin in France. The only gold-level competition to take place in the United States will be in Boston on February 13th, after which the tour will return to European soil, to Torun (February 17th). Torun will also host the European Athletics Indoor Championships
this year. The last edition of gold-level competitions will be hosted in Madrid (February 24th).
For the 2022 season, the legendary Millrose Games organised in New York will be included in gold-level competitions.
|Karlsruhe Indoor Meeting, Germany||January 29th, Friday|
|Lievin Meeting, France||February 9th, Tuesday|
|Boston, USA||February 13th, Saturday|
|Torun, Poland||February 17th, Wednesday|
|Madrid, Spain||February 24th, Wednesday|
In addition to the above events, high jumpers will have their own gold-level competition in Slovakia on February 2.
World Athletics Indoor Tour 2021 – Results
The results will be updated here...
World Athletics Indoor Tour – Prize Money
The most succeed athletes will be rewarded. In each discipline, the winner will get 3000$, second 1500$ and third 1000$.
The overall winner in each event will get 10 000$.
|#||Prize money ($)|
The top four athletes in each event will achieve points. In addition, achieving the World Record, athlete will be rewarded three extra points.
World Athletics Indoor Tour 2021 – Statistics
Women & Men Best Results
|Elaine Thompson||6.98||60 m||6.43||Bingtian Su|
|Lea Sprunger||51.28||400 m||45.59||Bralon Taplin|
|Joanna Jóźwik||1:59.29||800 m||1:45.11||Donavan Brazier|
|Genzebe Dibaba||3:57.45||1500 m||3:34.94||Abdalaati Iguider|
|Laura Muir||8:26.41||3000 m||7:37.41||Hagos Gebrhiwet|
|Kendra Harrison||7.76||60 m H||7.43||Andrew Pozzi|
|Mariya Lasitskene||2.00 m||High jump||2.35 m||Naoto Tobe|
|Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk||6.96 m||Long jump||8.23 m||Miltiadis Tentoglou|
|Yulimar Rojas||15.43 m||Triple jump||17.35 m||Almir dos Santos|
|Anzhelika Sidorova||4.91 m||Pole vault||6.18 m||Armand Duplantis|
|Maggie Ewen||19.28 m||Shot put||22.17 m||Tomas Stanek|