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1993 World Championships in Athletics

4th World Championships in Athletics
Host city Stuttgart, Germany
Nations participating 187
Athletes participating 1689
Dates August 13 – August 22
Main venue Gottlieb Daimler Stadium
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The 4th World Championships in Athletics, under the auspices of the International Association of Athletics Federations, were held in the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium, Stuttgart, Germany between August 13 and August 22 with the participation of 187 nations.[1]

The 1993 World Championships was the final time the women's 3000 m would be contested. At subsequent Championships the race was replaced by the longer 5000 m.

Contents

  • Men's results 1
    • Track 1.1
    • Field 1.2
  • Women's results 2
    • Track 2.1
    • Field 2.2
  • Medal table by country 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Men's results

Track

1987

| 1991 | 1993 | 1995 | 1997

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
 Linford Christie (GBR) 9.87
(AR)
 Andre Cason (USA) 9.92  Dennis Mitchell (USA) 9.99
200 m
 Frankie Fredericks (NAM) 19.85
(CR/AR)
 John Regis (GBR) 19.94  Carl Lewis (USA) 19.99
400 m
 Michael Johnson (USA) 43.65  Butch Reynolds (USA) 44.13  Samson Kitur (KEN) 44.54
800 m
 Paul Ruto (KEN) 1:44.71  Giuseppe D'Urso (ITA) 1:44.86  Billy Konchellah (KEN) 1:44.89
1,500 m
 Noureddine Morceli (ALG) 3:34.24  Fermin Cacho Ruiz (ESP) 3:35.56  Abdi Bile (SOM) 3:35.96
5,000 m
 Ismael Kirui (KEN) 13:02.75  Haile Gebrselassie (ETH) 13:03.17  Fita Bayisa (ETH) 13:05.40
10,000 m
 Haile Gebrselassie (ETH) 27:46.02  Moses Tanui (KEN) 27:46.54  Richard Chelimo (KEN) 28:06.02
Marathon
 Mark Plaatjes (USA) 2:13:57  Luketz Swartbooi (NAM) 2:14:11  Bert van Vlaanderen (NED) 2:15:12
110 m hurdles
 Colin Jackson (GBR) 12.91
(WR)
 Tony Jarrett (GBR) 13.00  Jack Pierce (USA) 13.06
400 m hurdles
 Kevin Young (USA) 47.18  Samuel Matete (ZAM) 47.60  Winthrop Graham (JAM) 47.62
3,000 m steeplech.
 Moses Kiptanui (KEN) 8:06.36
(CR)
 Patrick Sang (KEN) 8:07.53  Alessandro Lambruschini (ITA) 8:08.78
20 km walk
 Valentí Massana (ESP) 1:22:31  Giovanni De Benedictis (ITA) 1:23:06  Daniel Plaza (ESP) 1:23:18
50 km walk
 Jesus Garcia (ESP) 3:41:41  Valentin Kononen (FIN) 3:42:02  Valeriy Spitsyn (RUS) 3:42:50
4×100 m relay
 United States (USA)
Jon Drummond
Andre Cason
Dennis Mitchell
Leroy Burrell
37.48  Great Britain (GBR)
Colin Jackson
Tony Jarrett
John Regis
Linford Christie
37.77
(AR)
 Canada (CAN)
Robert Esmie
Glenroy Gilbert
Bruny Surin
Atlee Mahorn
37.83
(NR)
4×400 m relay
 United States (USA)
Andrew Valmon
Quincy Watts
Butch Reynolds
Michael Johnson
2:54.29
(WR)
 Kenya (KEN)
Kennedy Ochieng
Simon Kemboi
Abednego Matilu
Samson Kitur
2:59.82  Germany (GER)
Rico Lieder
Karsten Just
Olaf Hense
Thomas Schönlebe
2:59.99

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field

1987

| 1991 | 1993 | 1995 | 1997

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Long jump
 Mike Powell (USA) 8.59  Stanislav Tarasenko (RUS) 8.16  Vitaliy Kyrylenko (UKR) 8.15
Triple jump
 Mike Conley (USA) 17.86  Leonid Voloshin (RUS) 17.65  Jonathan Edwards (GBR) 17.44
High jump
 Javier Sotomayor (CUB) 2.40
(CR)
 Artur Partyka (POL) 2.37  Steve Smith (GBR) 2.37
Pole vault
 Sergey Bubka (UKR) 6.00
(CR)
 Grigoriy Yegorov (KAZ) 5.90
(AR)
 Maksim Tarasov (RUS) 5.80
 Igor Trandenkov (RUS)
Shot put
 Werner Günthör (SUI) 21.97  Randy Barnes (USA) 21.80  Oleksandr Bagach (UKR) 20.401
Discus throw
 Lars Riedel (GER) 67.72  Dmitriy Shevchenko (RUS) 66.90  Jürgen Schult (GER) 66.12
Hammer throw
 Andrey Abduvaliyev (TJK) 81.64
(AR)
 Igor Astapkovich (BLR) 79.88  Tibor Gécsek (HUN) 79.54
Javelin throw
 Jan Železný (CZE) 85.98
(CR)
 Kimmo Kinnunen (FIN) 84.78  Mick Hill (GBR) 82.96
Decathlon
 Dan O'Brien (USA) 8817
(CR)
 Eduard Hämäläinen (BLR) 8724  Paul Meier (GER) 8548

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

1 Michael Stulce of the United States originally finished third, but was disqualified after testing positive for excess testosterone and mestenolone.

Women's results

Track

1987

|1991 |1993 |1995 |1997

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
Gail Devers
 United States
10.82
CR
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
10.82
CR
Gwen Torrence
 United States
10.89
200 m
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
21.98 Gwen Torrence
 United States
22.00 Irina Privalova
 Russia
22.13
400 m
Jearl Miles
 United States
49.82 Natasha Kaiser-Brown
 United States
50.17 Sandie Richards
 Jamaica
50.44
800 m
Maria de Lurdes Mutola
 Mozambique
1:55.43
AR
Lyubov Gurina
 Russia
1:57.10 Ella Kovacs
 Romania
1:57.92
1500 m
Liu Dong
 China
4:00.50 Sonia O'Sullivan
 Ireland
4:03.48 Hassiba Boulmerka
 Algeria
4:04.29
3000 m
Qu Yunxia
 China
8:28.71
CR
Zhang Linli
 China
8:29.25 Zhang Lirong
 China
8:31.95
10,000 m
Wang Junxia
 China
30:49.30
CR
Zhong Huandi
 China
31:12.55 Sally Barsosio
 Kenya
31:15.38
Marathon
Junko Asari
 Japan
2:30:03 Manuela Machado
 Portugal
2:30:54 Tomoe Abe
 Japan
2:31:01
100 m hurdles
Gail Devers
 United States
12.46
AR
Marina Azyabina
 Russia
12.60 Lynda Tolbert-Goode
 United States
12.67
400 m hurdles
Sally Gunnell
 Great Britain
52.74
WR
Sandra Farmer-Patrick
 United States
52.79
AR
Margarita Ponomaryova
 Russia
53.48
10 km walk
Sari Essayah
 Finland
42:59 Ileana Salvador
 Italy
43:08 Encarna Granados
 Spain
43:21
4×100 m relay
 Russia
Olga Bogoslovskaya
Galina Malchugina
Natalya Pomoshchnikova-Voronova
Irina Privalova
41.49 CR  United States
Michelle Finn
Gwen Torrence
Wendy Vereen
Gail Devers
41.49 CR  Jamaica
Michelle Freeman
Juliet Campbell
Nikole Mitchell
Merlene Ottey
41.94
4×400 m relay
 United States
Gwen Torrence
Maicel Malone-Wallace
Natasha Kaiser
Jearl Miles
3:16.71 CR  Russia
Yelena Rouzina
Tatyana Alekseyeva
Margarita Ponomaryova
Irina Privalova
3:18.38  Great Britain
Linda Keough
Phylis Smith
Tracy Goddard
Sally Gunnell
3:23.41

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field

1987

|1991 |1993 |1995 |1997

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Long jump
Heike Drechsler
 Germany
7.11 Larysa Berezhna
 Ukraine
6.98 Renata Nielsen
 Denmark
6.76
Triple jump
Anna Biryukova
 Russia
15.09
WR
Yolanda Chen
 Russia
14.70 Iva Prandzheva
 Bulgaria
14.23
High jump
Ioamnet Quintero
 Cuba
1.99 Silvia Costa
 Cuba
1.97 Sigrid Kirchmann
 Austria
1.97
NR
Shot put
Huang Zhihong
 China
20.57 Svetlana Krivelyova
 Russia
19.97 Kathrin Neimke
 Germany
19.71
Discus throw
Olga Chernyavskaya
 Russia
67.40 Daniela Costian
 Australia
65.36 Min Chunfeng
 China
65.26
Javelin throw
Trine Hattestad
 Norway
69.18 Karen Forkel
 Germany
65.80 Natalya Shikolenko
 Belarus
65.64
Heptathlon
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
 United States
6837 Sabine Braun
 Germany
6797 Svetlana Buraga
 Belarus
6635

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medal table by country

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1.  United States 13 7 5 25
2.  China 4 2 2 8
3.  Russia 3 8 5 16
4=  Great Britain 3 3 4 10
4=  Kenya 3 3 4 10
6.  Germany 2 2 4 8
7.  Spain 2 1 2 5
8.  Cuba 2 1 0 3
9.  Finland 1 2 0 3
10.  Jamaica 1 1 3 5
11.  Ukraine 1 1 2 4
12.  Ethiopia 1 1 1 3
13.  Namibia 1 1 0 2
14=  Algeria 1 0 1 2
14=  Japan 1 0 1 2
16=  Czech Republic 1 0 0 1
16=  Mozambique 1 0 0 1
16=  Norway 1 0 0 1
16=   Switzerland 1 0 0 1
16=  Tajikistan 1 0 0 1
21.  Italy 0 3 1 4
22.  Belarus 0 2 2 4
23=  Australia 0 1 0 1
23=  Ireland 0 1 0 1
23=  Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
23=  Poland 0 1 0 1
23=  Portugal 0 1 0 1
23= Zambia 0 1 0 1
29=  Austria 0 0 1 1
29=  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
29=  Canada 0 0 1 1
29=  Denmark 0 0 1 1
29=  Hungary 0 0 1 1
29=  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
29=  Romania 0 0 1 1
29=  Somalia 0 0 1 1

See also

References

  1. ^ "iaaf.org - Osaka 2007 - History". Archived from the original on 2009-05-10. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
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