KC Grupp Congratulates Estonian Athletes Mikk Pahapill and Ksenija Balta on Their Athletics Indoor European Championships Gold Medals

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Estonia won two gold medals at the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships in Torino from March 6-8, finishing at the 6th place in the overall medal standings. Estonia lost only to such great athletics countries as Russia, Germany, France, Italy and Great Britain. A gold medal was won by 11 countries and a medal by 12 countries.

Ksenija Balta won long jump with a world season best 6.87.

Estonian investment company KC Grupp congratulates two Estonian athletes for winning gold medals - Mikk Pahapill in heptathlon and Ksenija Balta in long jump. KC Grupp with a huge sports enthusiast, Margus Reinsalu, for the owner is known for supporting different sports.

Pahapill finished with 6362 points and ended the contest with a personal best in 1000 m by running 2:45.69. He achieved a PB also in 60 m hurdles, running 8.03.

The silver medal went to the Russian Aleksei Kasjanov with 6205 points and the bronze to the Czech Roman Sebrle with 6142 points.

A day before a gold medal was brought to Estonia by Ksenija Balta in long jump with a world season best 6.87.

Published by: KC Grupp and Corpore


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