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One of the major track and field events in Europe in 2015 - the tenth U23 championships - will bring to the historical Kadriorg stadium in Tallinn in the period from 9 to12 July about a thousand track and field athletes of up to 23 years old from 46 countries. Many of them already belong to the absolute peak in Europe and in the world, having won dozens and dozens medals from adults’ international title competitions. Estonians have so far won seven medals from U23 European championships, last by Rasmus Mägi, who won the bronze medal in the 400 m hurdles race, as well as Grit Šadeiko, who was crowned winner of heptathlon in 2011.