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1st IAAF/VTB BANK CONTINENTAL CUPIAAF STATISTICS HANDBOOK

SPLIT 2010

© IAAF 2006

Cover: World, World Indoor & European Champion high jumper Blanka Vlasic

Editor: Mark ButlerProduced by the IAAF

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IAAF PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEMESSAGE DU PRESIDENT DE L’IAAF

Which part of the world has the best team of men and women athletes in track and field ? It is a questionwhich will be answered after two days of action at the magnificent Poljud stadium in Split. What was theIAAF World Cup for 29 years is now the IAAF/VTB Bank Continental Cup. Before, we had a clash of avarying mix of national and continental squads. Now, the athletics world has been divided into four – theAmericas, Africa, Asia/Pacific and Europe – with two (or three) to score per team and each from a differentcountry. There will be more space to include the world’s best athletes. So for instance in the distance eventsthere will be room for Ethiopia versus Kenya as well as Africa against the rest of the world.

The ever-growing placing tables at World Championships confirm that there is high class athletic talentfrom all around the world. The simple format of the Continental Cup reflects that in this special year whenour members are encouraged to stage their area championships. The best of the best will have been selectedto battle for points in Split on the 20th anniversary of what was a superb European Championships in thatcity. A lot has changed in the world of athletics since then, let alone 1977 when the first World Cup inDüsseldorf took place. Thank goodness we have the Association of Track and Field Statisticians to help uskeep track of developments. As ever I am grateful for their work which has made this book possible.

Lamine Diack, July 2010

Quelle région du monde dispose de la meilleure équipe d’athlétisme masculine et féminine ? La réponse àcette question sera connue à l’issue des deux jours de compétition au sein du magnifique stade Poljud deSplit. Ce qui fut la Coupe du Monde de l’IAAF pendant 29 ans est aujourd’hui devenue la CoupeContinentale de l’IAAF/VTB Bank. La composition actuelle est plus compréhensible et présente unemeilleure répartition équipes nationales et continentales. Dorénavant, le monde de l'athlétisme est partagéen quatre : les Amériques, l’Afrique, l’Europe et l’Asie-Pacifique – deux athlètes (ou trois) par paysdifférent et par équipe continentale marqueront des points.

Cela se traduit par davantage de place pour intégrer les meilleurs athlètes du monde. Ainsi par exemple,dans les épreuves de fond, il y aura la possibilité de voir s’affronter l'Éthiopie et le Kenya mais égalementl'Afrique contre le reste du monde. Les tableaux des finalistes des Championnats du monde qui ne cessentde s’allonger sont l’indicateur le plus sûr de l’émergence de nouveaux talents au plus haut niveau, venusdes quatre coins du monde. Le format simplifié de la Coupe Continentale reflète ces changements en cetteannée particulière où nos membres sont encouragés à organiser leurs propres Championnats continentaux.Les meilleurs d’entre les meilleurs seront sélectionnés pour ces confrontations directes dans le but d’obtenirle plus grand nombre de points à Split. La ville célèbre cette année le 20ème Anniversaire des superbesChampionnats d'Europe qu’elle avait accueillis en 1990. Le monde de l’athlétisme a beaucoup changédepuis lors, à fortiori depuis la première Coupe du monde à Düsseldorf en 1977 ! Grâce aux précieuxservices de l’Association des Statisticiens d’Athlétisme, nous avons été en mesure de suivre l’évolution descompétitions au plus près. Comme toujours, je leur témoigne ma gratitude pour leur travail qui a permis laréalisation de cet ouvrage.

Lamine Diack, juillet 2010

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CONTENTSIAAF PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE .........................................................................................................2

CONTENTS .............................................................................................................................................3

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ......................................................................................................................5

NOTES ON CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................7

IAAF WORLD RECORDS ..................................................................................................................10

IAAF WORLD CUP RECORDS & BEST PERFORMANCES .......................................................12

IAAF WORLD CUP SUPERLATIVES ..............................................................................................13

TEAM RESULTS FROM PAST IAAF WORLD CUPS ...................................................................20

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS FROM PAST IAAF WORLD CUPS .......................................................23

THE EUROPEAN CUP & EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS ............................................89

WORLD AND CONTINENTAL RECORDS ...................................................................................109

WORLD ALL-TIME TOP 10 LISTS ................................................................................................120

AREA TOP 10 LISTS PETER MATTHEWS ............................................................................................125

INDEX OF WORLD CUP COMPETITORS TOMAS MAGNUSSON ..................................................151

DOPING VIOLATIONS AT THE IAAF WORLD CUP.................................................................210

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SOMMAIRE

MESSAGE DU PRESIDENT DE L’IAAF............................................................................................2

SOMMAIRE ............................................................................................................................................3

REMERCIEMENTS...............................................................................................................................5

NOTES SUR LE CONTENU .................................................................................................................7

RECORDS DU MONDE DE L’IAAF .................................................................................................10

RECORDS ET MEILLEURES PERFORMANCES DE LA COUPE DU MONDE DE L’IAAF.12

FAITS ET CHIFFRES SUR LA COUPE DU MONDE DE L’IAAF ...............................................13

RESULTATS PAR EQUIPES DES PRECEDENTES COUPES DU MONDE DE L’IAAF ..........20

RESULTATS INDIVIDUELS DES PRECEDENTES COUPES DU MONDE DE L’IAAF..........23

LA COUPE D’EUROPE & CHAMPIONNATS D'EUROPE PAR EQUIPES ...............................89

RECORDS DU MONDE ET CONTINENTAUX ............................................................................109

LISTES DES 10 MEILLEURES PERFORMANCES MONDIALES DE TOUS LES TEMPS .120

LISTES DES 10 MEILLEURES PERFORMANCES CONTINENTALES PETER MATTHEWS ....125

REPERTOIRE PAR CONCURRENTS DE LA COUPE DU MONDE TOMAS MAGNUSSON........151

INFRACTIONS AUX REGLES ANTIDOPAGE AUX COUPES DU MONDE DE L’IAAF .....210

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This book looks back at the 29-year history of the IAAF World Cup which now of course has been replacedwith the IAAF Continental Cup. We have wrapped up the results of the 10 editions of the Cup and shownhow the power has shifted in that tournament. Included are the leading results from the European Cup andEuropean Team Championships as well as reports and full results from the World Cup, from Düsseldorf1977 to Athens 2006. These have been fully revised in accordance with subsequent doping violations. In thesecond half of the book there is an updated index of every competitor and an account of every point scoredin the tournament.

I would like to thank the IAAF and both Tomas Magnusson and Peter Matthews for their hugecontribution with this project, and also Mirko Jalava and Peter Larsson whose wonderful websites havemade life so much easier for those of us who seek to put on record the sort of details required for a book ofthis nature. Finally thanks to Christian Lenk for his help in checking various details.

Please send any comments to the address given below.

Mark Butler (Editor) – [email protected]

IAAF17, rue Princesse FlorestineB.P. 359MC 98007 Monaco Cedex

Fax: + 377 93 15 95 15E-Mail: [email protected]

Detailed Acknowledgments:IAAF World Cup in Athletics Past Results, Superlatives: Basilio Fuentes Ferrer (RIP), Néstor Calixto Augier.Montréal 1979 jumps wind speeds from Cecil Smith; “Athletics International”, “Athletics Today”, “AthleticsWeekly”, “Track & Field News”, Official IAAF World Cup Reports 1977, 1979, 1981 & 1985, IAAF Magazine,IAAF Broadcasting Department; World and Continental Records: Glen McMiken; Area Top 10 Lists: PeterMatthews; Index of World Cup Competitors: Tomas Magnusson. Additional Data: Eduardo Biscayart,www.IAAF.org, www.gbrathletics.com, www.tilastopaja.net, www.alltime-athletics.com and www.all-athletics.com. Technical Data, Translations & Production: Nathalie Renevier-Durot and the IAAF

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IAAF Council 2007 - 2011

PRESIDENTLamine DIACK (SEN)

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTSergey BUBKA (UKR)

VICE PRESIDENTSRobert HERSH (USA)Sebastian COE (GBR)

Dahlan AL-HAMAD (QAT)

HONORARY TREASURERJean POCZOBUT (FRA)

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSWilliam BAILEY (AUS)*

Valentin BALAKHNICHEV (RUS)Pauline DAVIS-THOMPSON (BAH)

Helmut DIGEL (GER)Nawal EL MOUTAWAKEL (MAR)Roberto GESTA DE MELO (BRA)*

Abby HOFFMAN (CAN)Alberto JUANTORENA DANGER (CUB)Hamad KALKABA MALBOUM (CMR)*

Suresh KALMADI (IND)*Ilkka KANERVA (FIN)

Isaiah F. KIPLAGAT (KEN)Chaoyi LUO (CHN)

Neville McCOOK (JAM)*César MORENO BRAVO (MEX)José Maria ODRIOZOLA (ESP)

Jung-Ki PARK (KOR)Anna RICCARDI (ITA)

Katsuyuki TANAKA (JPN)Hansjörg WIRZ (SUI)*

* Area Representative

GENERAL SECRETARYPierre WEISS (FRA)

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Notes On ContentsThe views expressed as part of the compilations contained in this book are not necessarily those of theIAAF.

General Abbreviations & Symbols

South AfricaPerformances by South African athletes in the period between the Republic’s suspension from the IAAF(July 1976) and admission as a provisional member (May 1992) are marked with the symbol “†”

Athlete’s NamesIn this book, we have attempted to use the most understandable, recognisable and pronounceable versions ofathlete’s names, in accordance with the policy of the ATFS. In general, we strive to use the names theathletes actually want, which may well not agree with those given on entry forms and/or passports. So I amnow showing Yelena Isinbaeva as that is what she has told us, and is as shown on her website. WithBelorussian and Ukrainian names we have used generally Russian transliterations. Therefore we showAndrey Kravchenko, not Andrei Krauchanka, and Sergey Bubka rather than Serhiy Bubka etc.

City NamesIn keeping with ATFS policy, native spelling is used for the names of cities given in lists in this book. Intext, the English (or French) version of the name is used.

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A mark made at altitude higher than 1000ma automatically timedc Separate competitions in same meetingcm centimetreDNF/dnf did not finishDNS/dns did not startDQ disqualifiedDR Democratic RepublicDT discus throwgm grammeH/Hep heptathlonh/ht heat numberHJ high jumpHT hammer throwi indoor markJ mark made in jump-offJT javelin throwkg kilogramskm kilometreslb pound (2.203kg)LJ long jumpM multi-event competition (or One Mile)m metres (or manual timing)mx mixed competitionNat nationalityNH no heightNM no marko clearance in vertical jumpsPDR Peopleʼs Democratic Republic

P/Pen pentathlonPos positionPR Peopleʼs RepublicPV pole vaultQ qualifying competitionqf quarter finalr raceR relays/sf semi finalSP shot putSt SteeplechaseTJ triple jumpw wind assistedx failure in vertical jumpsy yards or mark made at yard distance+ en route to a longer distance or

or menʼs heptathlon during an octathlon= tie§ mixed nationality

Area GroupsAME AmericasAFR AfricaASI AsiaCAC Central America & CaribbeanEUR EuropeNAM North AmericaOCE OceaniaSAM South America

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Technical Data(from IAAF Competition Rules 2010-2011)

Event Men Women3000m Steeplechase Number of Hurdles 28 (4 each lap) 28 (4 each lap)

Height 91.4cm (±3mm) 76.2cm (±3mm)Minimum width 3.94m 3.94mCross-section of top of barrier 12.7cm square 12.7cm squareNumber of Water Jumps 7 (1 each lap) 7 (1 each lap)Length of Water Jump 3.66m (±2cm) 3.66m (±2cm)Width of Water Jump 3.66m (±2cm) 3.66m (±2cm)Depth at Barrier 50-70cm 50-70cm

100m Hurdles Number of Hurdles - 10Height - 84cm (±3mm)Start To First Hurdle - 13mBetween Hurdles - 8.5mLast Hurdle To Finish - 10.5m

110m Hurdles Number of Hurdles 10 -Height 106.7cm (±3mm) -Start To First Hurdle 13.72m -Between Hurdles 9.14m -Last Hurdle To Finish 14.02m -

400m Hurdles Number of Hurdles 10 10Height 91.4cm (±3mm) 76.2cm (±3mm)Start To First Hurdle 45m 45mBetween Hurdles 35m 35mLast Hurdle To Finish 40m 40m

High Jump Crossbar Length 4.00m (±2cm) 4.00m (±2cm)Crossbar Weight Up to 2kg Up to 2kgLanding Area (minimum) 6m x 4m x 70cm 6m x 4m x 70cm

Pole Vault Crossbar Length 4.50m (±2cm) 4.50m (±2cm)Crossbar Weight Up to 2.25kg Up to 2.25kgLanding Area (minimum) 6m x 6m x 80cm 6m x 6m x 80cm

Plus a minimum of 2m front piecesLong/Triple Jump Take-off Board Length 1.22m (±1cm) 1.22m (±1cm)

Take-off Board Width 20cm (±2mm) 20cm (±2mm)Plasticine Board Width 10cm (±2mm) 10cm (±2mm)Pit Width 2.75-3m 2.75-3m

Shot Put Weight 7.26kg 4kgDiameter 110-130mm 95-110mmSector Angle 34.92° 34.92°Circle Diameter 2.135m (±5mm) 2.135m (±5mm)

Discus Throw Weight 2kg 1kgDiameter 219-221mm 180-182mmSector Angle 34.92° 34.92°Circle Diameter 2.5m (±5mm) 2.5m (±5mm)

Hammer Throw Weight 7.26kg 4kgDiameter of head 110-130mm 95-110mmLength 1.175-1.215m 1.160-1.195mSector Angle 34.92° 34.92°Circle Diameter 2.135m (±5mm) 2.135m (±5mm)

Javelin Throw Weight 800g 600gLength 2.6-2.7m 2.2-2.3mSector Angle approximately 29° approximately 29°

Relays Baton Length 28-30cm 28-30cmBaton Weight Not less than 50g Not less than 50gLength of Take-Over Zone 20m 20mBaton Circumference 12-13cm 12-13cm

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Country Codes

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AAF Members (213)AFG AfghanistanAHO Netherlands AntillesAIA AnguillaALB AlbaniaALG AlgeriaAND AndorraANG AngolaANT Antigua & BarbudaARG ArgentinaARM ArmeniaARU ArubaASA American SamoaAUS AustraliaAUT AustriaAZE AzerbaijanBAH BahamasBAN BangladeshBAR BarbadosBDI BurundiBEL BelgiumBEN BeninBER BermudaBHU BhutanBIH Bosnia & HerzegovinaBIZ BelizeBLR BelarusBOL BoliviaBOT BotswanaBRA BrazilBRN BahrainBRU BruneiBUL BulgariaBUR Burkina FasoCAF Central African RepublicCAM CambodiaCAN CanadaCAY Cayman IslandsCGO CongoCHA ChadCHI ChileCHN PR of ChinaCIV Ivory CoastCMR CameroonCOD DR of CongoCOK Cook IslandsCOL ColombiaCOM ComorosCPV Cape Verde IslandsCRC Costa RicaCRO CroatiaCUB CubaCYP CyprusCZE Czech RepublicDEN DenmarkDJI DjiboutiDMA DominicaDOM Dominican RepublicECU EcuadorEGY EgyptERI EritreaESA El SalvadorESP SpainEST EstoniaETH EthiopiaFIJ FijiFIN FinlandFRA FranceFSM Federated States of

MicronesiaGAB GabonGAM The GambiaGBR Great Britain & Northern

IrelandGBS Guinea Bissau

GEO GeorgiaGEQ Equatorial GuineaGER GermanyGHA GhanaGIB GibraltarGRE GreeceGRN GrenadaGUA GuatemalaGUI GuineaGUM GuamGUY GuyanaHAI HaitiHKG Hong Kong, ChinaHON HondurasHUN HungaryINA IndonesiaIND IndiaIRI IranIRL IrelandIRQ IraqISL IcelandISR IsraelISV Virgin Islands (US)IVB British Virgin IslandsITA ItalyJAM JamaicaJOR JordanJPN JapanKAZ KazakhstanKEN KenyaKGZ KyrghizstanKIR KiribatiKOR KoreaKSA Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaKUW KuwaitLAO LaosLAT LatviaLBA LibyaLBR LiberiaLCA Saint LuciaLES LesothoLIB LebanonLIE LiechtensteinLTU LithuaniaLUX LuxembourgMAC MacaoMAD MadagascarMAR MoroccoMAS MalaysiaMAW MalawiMDA MoldovaMDV MaldivesMEX MexicoMGL MongoliaMHL Marshall IslandsMKD Former Yugoslav Republic

of MacedoniaMLI MaliMLT MaltaMNE MontenegroMNT MontserratMON MonacoMOZ MozambiqueMRI MauritiusMTN MauritaniaMYA MyanmarNAM NamibiaNCA NicaraguaNED NetherlandsNEP NepalNFI Norfolk IslandNGR NigeriaNIG NigerNMI Northern Mariana IslandsNOR Norway

NRU NauruNZL New ZealandOMA OmanPAK PakistanPAN PanamaPAR ParaguayPER PeruPHI PhilippinesPLE PalestinePLW PalauPNG Papua New GuineaPOL PolandPOR PortugalPRK DPR KoreaPUR Puerto RicoPYF French PolynesiaQAT QatarROU RomaniaRSA Republic of South AfricaRUS RussiaRWA RwandaSAM Western SamoaSEN SenegalSEY SeychellesSIN SingaporeSKN Saint Kitts & NevisSLE Sierra LeoneSLO SloveniaSMR San MarinoSOL Solomon IslandsSOM SomaliaSRB SerbiaSRI Sri LankaSTP DR of São Tomé & PrincipéSUD SudanSUI SwitzerlandSUR SurinamSVK Slovak RepublicSWE SwedenSWZ SwazilandSYR SyriaTAN TanzaniaTGA TongaTHA ThailandTJK TadjikistanTKM TurkmenistanTKS Turks & Caicos IslandsTLS East TimorTOG TogoTPE Chinese TaipeiTRI Trinidad & TobagoTUN TunisiaTUR TurkeyTUV TuvaluUAE United Arab EmiratesUGA UgandaUKR UkraineURU UruguayUSA United StatesUZB UzbekistanVAN VanuatuVEN VenezuelaVIE VietnamVIN Saint Vincent & the

GrenadinesYEM YemenZAM ZambiaZIM Zimbabwe

Former names:AMS American Samoa (now ASA)ANO Angola (now ANG)ANG Anguilla (now AIA)AUA AustralasiaBGU British Guiana (now GUY)BHR Bahrain (now BRN)BHO British HondurasBIR Burma (now MYA/Myanmar)BKF Burkina Faso (now BUR)BOH BohemiaBOS Bosnia & Herzegovina (now

BIH)BSH Bosnia & Herzegovina (now

BIH)BUR Burundi (now BDI, BUR is now

Burkina Faso)BVI British Virgin Islands (now IVB)BWI British West IndiesCEY Ceylon (now SRI)CKI Cook Islands (now COK)CVD Cape Verde Islands (now CPV)DAH Dahomey (Now BEN/Benin)DMN Dominica (now DMA)ENG EnglandEUN Unified Team (Formerly USSR)FRG Federal Republic of Germany

(now GER)GBI Great Britain & Ireland (pre-

1922)GDR German Democratic Republic

(now GER)GOL Gold Coast (now GHA/Ghana)GUD GuadeloupeHOL Netherlands (now NED)IRN Iran (now IRI)IOA Independent Olympic AthletesIOP Independent Olympic

ParticipantsKHM Kampuchea (now

CAM/Cambodia)KZK Kazakhstan (now KAZ)LAN Lesser AntillesLIT Lithuania (now LTU)MAL MalayaMLD Maldives (now MDV)MOL Moldova (now MDA)MRT MartiniqueMSH Marshall Islands (now MHL)NAU Nauru (now NRU)NIR Northern IrelandNBO North BorneoNRH Northern Rhodesia (now ZAM)NMA Northern Mariana Islands (now

NMI)OMN Oman (now OMA)PAL Palestine (now PLE) PRY Democratic Peopleʼs Republic

of Yemen (now YEM)RHO Rhodesia (now ZIM/Zimbabwe)ROC Republic of ChinaROM Romania (now ROU)SAA SaarSAF South Africa (now RSA)SCG Serbia & Montenegro (fomerly

Yugoslavia, now SRB & MNE)SCO ScotlandSER Serbia (now SRB)STK St Kitts & Nevis (now SKN) STL St Lucia (now LCA)STV St Vincent (now VIN)UAR United Arab RepublicURS USSRTAH Tahiti (now PYF)TCH (Up to 1992) CzechoslovakiaTON Tonga (now TGA)VOL Upper Volta (now BUR/Burkina

Faso)WAL WalesYAR Yemen Arab Republic (now

YEM)YUG YugoslaviaZAI Zaire (now COD)

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* Awaiting ratification as at August 1, 2010

MEN Wind100 Metres¶ 9.58 Usain Bolt JAM Berlin 16 Aug 09 0.9200 Metres 19.19 Usain Bolt JAM Berlin 20 Aug 09 -0.3400 Metres 43.18 Michael Johnson USA Sevilla 26 Aug 99800 Metres 1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer DEN Köln 24 Aug 971000 Metres 2:11.96 Noah Ngeny KEN Rieti 5 Sep 991500 Metres 3:26.00 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR Roma 14 Jul 98One Mile 3:43.13 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR Roma 7 Jul 992000 Metres 4:44.79 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR Berlin 7 Sep 993000 Metres 7:20.67 Daniel Komen KEN Rieti 1 Sep 965000 Metres 12:37.35 Kenenisa Bekele ETH Hengelo 31 May 0410,000 Metres 26:17.53 Kenenisa Bekele ETH Bruxelles 26 Aug 0520,000 Metres 56:26.0+ Haile Gebrselassie ETH Ostrava 27 Jun 07One hour 21,285m Haile Gebrselassie ETH Ostrava 27 Jun 0725,000 Metres 1:13:55.8 Toshihiko Seko JPN Christchurch 22 Mar 8130,000 Metres 1:29:18.8 Toshihiko Seko JPN Christchurch 22 Mar 813000 Metres Steeplechase 7:53.63 Saif Saaeed Shaheen QAT Bruxelles 3 Sep 04110 Metres Hurdles 12.87 Dayron Robles CUB Ostrava 12 Jun 08 0.9400 Metres Hurdles 46.78 Kevin Young USA Barcelona 6 Aug 92High Jump 2.45 Javier Sotomayor CUB Salamanca 27 Jul 93Pole Vault 6.14 Sergey Bubka UKR Sestriere 31 Jul 94Long Jump 8.95 Mike Powell USA Tokyo 30 Aug 91 0.3Triple Jump 18.29 Jonathan Edwards GBR Göteborg 7 Aug 95 1.3Shot Put 23.12 Randy Barnes USA Los Angeles 20 May 90Discus Throw 74.08 Jürgen Schult GDR Neubrandenburg 6 Jun 86Hammer Throw 86.74 Yuriy Sedykh URS Stuttgart 30 Aug 86Javelin Throw 98.48 Jan Zelezny CZE Jena 25 May 96Decathlon 9026 Roman Sebrle CZE Götzis 26/27 May 01

(10.64/0.0, 8.11/1.9, 15.33, 2.12, 47.79, 13.92/-0.2, 47.92, 4.80, 70.16, 4:21.98)20,000 Metres Walk 1:17:25.6 Bernardo Segura MEX Bergen 7 May 94Two hours Walk 29,572m Maurizio Damilano ITA Cuneo 3 Oct 9230,000 Metres Walk 2:01:44.1 Maurizio Damilano ITA Cuneo 3 Oct 9250,000 Metres Walk 3:40:57.9 Thierry Toutain FRA Héricourt 29 Sep 964 x 100 Metres Relay 37.10 Jamaica Beijing 22 Aug 08

(Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell)4 x 200 Metres Relay 1:18.68 Santa Monica Track Club Walnut 17 Apr 94

(Michael Marsh 20.0, Leroy Burrell 19.6, Floyd Heard 19.7, Carl Lewis 19.4)4 x 400 Metres Relay 2:54.29 United States Stuttgart 22 Aug 93

(Andrew Valmon 44.5, Quincy Watts 43.6, Butch Reynolds 43.23, Michael Johnson 42.94)4 x 800 Metres Relay 7:02.43 Kenya Bruxelles 25 Aug 06

(Joseph Mutua 1:46.73, William Yiampoy 1:44.38, Ismael Kombich 1:45.92, Wilfred Bungei 1:45.40)

4 x 1500 Metres Relay 14:36.23 Kenya Bruxelles 4 Sep 09(William Biwott 3:38.5, Gideon Gathimba 3:39.5, Geoffrey Rono 3:41.4,Augustine Choge 3:36.9)

ROAD: (+ = en route to longer distance)10 Kilometres 27:01 Micah Kogo KEN Brunssum 29 Mar 0915 Kilometres 41:29 Felix Limo KEN Nijmegen 11 Nov 01

41:29+ Deriba Merga ETH Raʼs Al Khaymah 20 Feb 0920 Kilometres 55:21+ Zersenay Tadese ETH Lisboa 21 Mar 10Half Marathon 58:23 Zersenay Tadese ETH Lisboa 21 Mar 1025 Kilometres 1:11:50* Samuel Kosgei KEN Berlin 9 May 10

1:12:45 Paul Kosgei KEN Berlin 9 May 0430 Kilometres 1:27:59+ Haile Gebrselassie ETH Berlin 20 Sep 09Marathon 2:03:59 Haile Gebrselassie ETH Berlin 28 Sep 08100 Kilometres 6:13:33 Takahiro Sunada JPN Tokoro 21 Jun 98Ekiden Relay (6-stage) 1:57:06 Kenya KEN Chiba 23 Nov 05(5Km/10Km/7.195Km) Josphat Ndambiri 13:24/5Km; Martin Mathathi 27:12/10Km;

Daniel Mwangi 5Km/13:59; Mekubo Mogusu 10Km/27:56;Onesmus Nyerre 5Km/14:36; John Kariuki 7.195Km/19:59

20 Kilometres Walk 1:17:16 Vladimir Kanaykin RUS Saransk 29 Sep 0750 Kilometres Walk 3:34:14 Denis Nizhegorodov RUS Cheboksary 11 May 08

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WOMEN Wind100 Metres 10.49 Florence Griffith Joyner USA Indianapolis 16 Jul 88 0.0200 Metres 21.34 Florence Griffith Joyner USA Seoul 29 Sep 88 1.3400 Metres 47.60 Marita Koch GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85800 Metres 1:53.28 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH München 26 Jul 831000 Metres 2:28.98 Svetlana Masterkova RUS Bruxelles 23 Aug 961500 Metres 3:50.46 Qu Yunxia CHN Beijing 11 Sep 93One Mile 4:12.56 Svetlana Masterkova RUS Zürich 14 Aug 962000 Metres 5:25.36 Sonia OʼSullivan IRL Edinburgh 8 Jul 943000 Metres 8:06.11 Wang Junxia CHN Beijing 13 Sep 935000 Metres 14:11.15 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH Oslo 6 Jun 0810,000 Metres 29:31.78 Wang Junxia CHN Beijing 8 Sep 93One Hour 18,517m Dire Tune ETH Ostrava 12 Jun 0820,000 Metres 1:05:26.6 Tegla Loroupe KEN Borgholzhausen 3 Sep 0025,000 Metres 1:27:05.9 Tegla Loroupe KEN Mengerskirchen 21 Sep 0230,000 Metres 1:45:50.00 Tegla Loroupe KEN Warstein 6 Jun 033000 Metres Steeplechase 8:58.81 Gulnara Samitova-Galkina RUS Beijing 17 Aug 08100 Metres Hurdles 12.21 Yordanka Donkova BUL Stara Zagora 20 Aug 88 0.7400 Metres Hurdles 52.34 Yuliya Pechonkina RUS Tula 8 Aug 03High Jump 2.09 Stefka Kostadinova BUL Roma 30 Aug 87Pole Vault 5.06 Yelena Isinbaeva RUS Zürich 28 Aug 09Long Jump 7.52 Galina Chistyakova URS Leningrad 11 Jun 88 1.4Triple Jump 15.50 Inessa Kravets UKR Göteborg 10 Aug 95 0.9Shot Put 22.63 Natalya Lisovskaya URS Moskva 7 Jun 87Discus Throw 76.80 Gabriele Reinsch GDR Neubrandenburg 9 Jul 88Hammer Throw 78.30 Anita Wlodarczyk POL Bydgoszcz 6 Jun 10Javelin Throw 72.28 Barbora Spotáková CZE Stuttgart 13 Sep 08Heptathlon 7291 Jackie Joyner-Kersee USA Seoul 23/24 Sep 88

(12.69/0.5, 1.86, 15.80, 22.56/1.6, 7.27/0.7, 45.66, 2:08.51)Decathlon 8358 Austra Skujyte LTU Columbia 15 Apr 05

(100m 12.45/1.6, DT 46.19, PV 3.10, JT 48.78, 400 57.19; 100H 14.22w/2.4, LJ 6.12/1.6, SP 16.42, HJ 1.78, 1500 5:15.86)10,000 Metres Walk 41:56.23 Nadyezhda Ryashkina URS Seattle 24 Jul 9020,000 Metres Walk 1:26:52.3 Olimpiada Ivanova RUS Brisbane 6 Sep 014 x 100 Metres Relay 41.37 GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85

(Silke Gladisch, Sabine Rieger, Ingrid Auerswald, Marlies Göhr)4 x 200 Metres Relay 1:27.46 USA “Blue” Team Philadelphia 29 Apr 00

(LaTasha Jenkins, LaTasha Colander-Richardson, Nanceen Perry, Marion Jones)4 x 400 Metres Relay 3:15.17 USSR Seoul 1 Oct 88

(Tatyana Ledovskaya 50.12, Olga Nazarova 47.82, Mariya Pinigina 49.43,Olga Bryzgina 47.80)

4 x 800 Metres Relay 7:50.17 USSR Moskva 5 Aug 84(Nadyezhda Olizarenko, Lyubov Gurina, Lyudmila Borisova, Irina Podyalovskaya)

ROAD: (+ = en route to longer distance)10 Kilometres 30:21 Paula Radcliffe GBR San Juan 23 Feb 0315 Kilometres 46:28 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH Nijmegen 15 Nov 0920 Kilometres 62:57+ Lornah Kiplagat NED Udine 14 Oct 07Half Marathon 66:25 Lornah Kiplagat NED Udine 14 Oct 0725 Kilometres 1:19:53* Mary Keitany KEN Berlin 9 May 10

1:22:13+ Mizuki Noguchi JPN Berlin 25 Sep 0530 Kilometres 1:38:49+ Mizuki Noguchi JPN Berlin 25 Sep 05Marathon 2:15:25 Paula Radcliffe GBR London 13 Apr 03100 Kilometres 6:33:11 Tomeo Abe JPN Yubetsu 25 Jun 00Ekiden Relay (6-stage) 2:11:41 PR of China Beijing 28 Feb 98(5Km/10Km/7.195Km) 0: Jiang Bo 15:42/5Km; Dong Yanmei 31:36/10Km;

0 Zhao Fengdi :15:16/5Km; Ma Zaijie 31:01/10Km;0: Lan Lixin 15:50/5Km; Li Na 22:16/7.195Km

20 Kilometres Walk≠ 1:25:41 Olimpiada Ivanova RUS Helsinki 7 Aug 05

≠ Recent mark not officially ratified:1:25:11 Anisya Kirdyapkina RUS Sochi 20 Feb 10

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It is the policy of the IAAF to recognise “an IAAF World Cup Record” as the best performance achieved at a championship whichconforms to all criteria for World Records (IAAF Rule 148) except that there is no obligatory doping control test. Therefore, wind-

assisted marks (see IAAF rules 148.9f and 148.12) should not be regarded as meeting records.

MENIAAF WORLD CUP RECORDS: Wind100 Metres 9.87 Obadele Thompson AME/BAR Johannesburg 11 Sep 98 -0.2200 Metres 19.87 Wallace Spearmon USA Athína 17 Sep 06 0.1400 Metres 44.47 Mike Franks USA Canberra 5 Oct 85800 Metres 1:43.83 Antonio Manuel Reina ESP Madrid 21 Sep 021500 Metres 3:31.20 Bernard Lagat AFR/KEN Madrid 20 Sep 023000 Metres 7:32.19 Craig Mottram OCE/AUS Athína 17 Sep 065000 Metres 13:13.82 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH Düsseldorf 4 Sep 7710,000 Metres 27:38.43 Werner Schildhauer GDR Roma 4 Sep 813000m Steeplechase 8:19.09 Saif Saaeed Shaheen ASI/QAT Athína 17 Sep 06110 Metres Hurdles 12.96 Allen Johnson USA Athína 17 Sep 06 0.4400 Metres Hurdles 47.37 Edwin Moses USA Roma 4 Sep 81High Jump 2.40 Javier Sotomayor AME/CUB London 11 Sep 94Pole Vault 5.90 Okkert Brits AFR/RSA London 10 Sep 94Long Jump 8.52 Larry Myricks USA Montréal 26 Aug 79 0.0Triple Jump 17.61 Yoelbi Quesada AME/CUB London 10 Sep 94 0.6Shot Put 22.00 Ulf Timmermann GDR Canberra 5 Oct 85Discus Throw 71.25 Róbert Fazekas EUR/HUN Madrid 21 Sep 02Hammer Throw 82.68 Tibor Gécsek EUR/HUN Johannesburg 12 Sep 98Javelin Throw 88.71 Steve Backley GBR Johannesburg 13 Sep 98(old model) 96.96 Uwe Hohn GDR Canberra 6 Oct 854x100 Metres Relay 37.59 United States Athína 16 Sep 06

(Kaaron Conwright, Wallace Spearmon, Tyson Gay, Jason Smoots)4x400 Metres Relay 2:59.12 United States Roma 6 Sep 81

(Walter McCoy 45.20, Cliff Wiley 44.41, Willie Smith 44.48, Tony Darden 44.93)

IAAF WORLD CUP BEST PERFORMANCE: Wind110 Metres Hurdles 12.87w Roger Kingdom USA Barcelona 10 Sep 89 2.64x400 Metres Relay split 43.7 Alberto Juantorena AME/CUB Düsseldorf 4 Sep 77

WOMENIAAF WORLD CUP RECORDS: Wind100 Metres 10.65 Marion Jones USA Johannesburg 12 Sep 98 1.1200 Metres 21.62 Marion Jones USA Johannesburg 11 Sep 98 -0.6400 Metres 47.60 Marita Koch GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85800 Metres 1:54.44 Ana Quirot AME/CUB Barcelona 9 Sep 891500 Metres 4:00.84 Maryam Jamal ASI/BRN Athína 17 Sep 063000 Metres 8:33.78 Tirunesh Dibaba AFR/ETH Athína 16 Sep 065000 Metres 14:39.11 Meseret Defar AFR/ETH Athína 17 Sep 0610,000 Metres 30:52.51 Elana Meyer AFR/RSA London 10 Sep 943000m Steeplechase 9:29.10 Alesia Turova EUR/BLR Athína 17 Sep 06100 Metres Hurdles 12.60 Cornelia Oschkenat GDR Barcelona 9 Sep 89 -0.3400 Metres Hurdles 52.96 Nezha Bidouane AFR/MAR Johannesburg 11 Sep 98High Jump 2.04 Silvia Costa AME/CUB Barcelona 9 Sep 89Pole Vault 4.60 Yelena Isinbaeva RUS Athína 16 Sep 06Long Jump 7.27 Heike Drechsler GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85 0.7Triple Jump 15.13 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS Athína 16 Sep 06 1.4Shot Put 20.98 Ilona Slupianek GDR Montréal 24 Aug 79Discus Throw 71.54 Ilke Wyludda GDR Barcelona 10 Sep 89Hammer Throw 75.29 Kamila Skolimowska POL Athína 17 Sep 06Javelin Throw 64.41 Osleidys Menéndez AME/CUB Madrid 20 Sep 02(old model) 70.32 Petra Felke GDR Barcelona 8 Sep 894x100 Metres Relay 41.37 GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85

(Silke Gladisch, Sabine Rieger, Ingrid Auerswald, Marlies Göhr)4x400 Metres Relay 3:19.50 GDR Canberra 4 Oct 85

(Kirsten Emmelmann 51.6, Sabine Busch 50.2, Dagmar Neubauer 49.8,Marita Koch 47.9)

IAAF WORLD CUP BEST PERFORMANCE: Wind100 Metres Hurdles 12.58w Glory Alozie AFR/NGR Johannesburg 12 Sep 98 2.74x400 Metres Relay split 47.9 Marita Koch GDR Canberra 4 Oct 85

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IAAF WORLD CUP SUPERLATIVES

1st IAAF World Cup in AthleticsRheinstadionDüsseldorf, Federal Republic of GermanySeptember 2-4, 1977Contested by 309 athletes from 54 countriesWon by the GDR (men) & Europe (women)2nd IAAF World Cup in AthleticsOlympic StadiumMontréal, CanadaAugust 24-26, 1979Contested by 317 athletes from 50 countriesWon by the USA (men) & the GDR (women)3rd IAAF World Cup in AthleticsOlympic StadiumRome, ItalySeptember 4-6, 1981Contested by 351 athletes from 50 countriesWon by Europe (Men) & the GDR (women)4th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsBruce StadiumCanberra, AustraliaOctober 4-6, 1985Contested by 320 athletes from 52 countriesWon by the USA (men) & the GDR (women)5th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsMontjuic StadiumBarcelona, SpainSeptember 8-10, 1989Contested by 368 athletes from 49 countriesWon by the USA (men) & the GDR (women)6th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsPanamerican StadiumHavana, CubaSeptember 25-27, 1992Contested by 326 athletes from 54 countriesWon by Africa (men) & the “Unified Team” (women)7th IAAF/Mobil World Cup in AthleticsCrystal Palace National Sports CentreLondon, Great Britain & Northern IrelandSeptember 9-11, 1994Contested by 338 athletes from 50 countriesWon by Africa (men) & Europe (women)8th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsStadium of Greater JohannesburgJohannesburg, South AfricaSeptember 11-13, 1998Contested by 334 athletes from 59 countriesWon by Africa (men) & USA (women)9th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsEl Estadio de la Communidad de MadridMadrid, SpainSeptember 20/21, 2002Contested by 402 athletes from 65 countriesWon by Africa (men) & Russia (women)10th IAAF World Cup in AthleticsOlympic StadiumAthens, GreeceSeptember 16/17, 2006Contested by 408 athletes from 66 countriesWon by Europe (men) & Russia (women)

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WORLD RECORDS SET AT IAAF WORLD CUPMEN4 x 100m Relay 38.03 United States USA Düsseldorf 3 Sep 77

(Bill Collins, Steve Riddick, Cliff Wiley, Steve Williams)

WOMEN400m 47.60 Marita Koch GDR Canberra 6 Oct 854 x 100m Relay 41.37 GDR GDR Canberra 6 Oct 85

(Silke Gladisch, Sabine Rieger, Ingrid Auerswald, Marlies Göhr)

AREA RECORDS SET AT IAAF WORLD CUP(In addition to world records above)

MEN100m AFR 10.11 Chidi Imoh NGR Canberra 4 Oct 85

OCE 10.22 Gerrard Keating AUS Canberra 4 Oct 85CAC 9.87 Obadele Thompson BAR Johannesburg 11 Sep 98OCE 10.07 Matt Shirvington AUS Johannesburg 11 Sep 98

1500m ASI 3:38.24 Takashi Ishii JPN Düsseldorf 3 Sep 773000m OCE 7:32.19 Craig Mottram AUS Athína 17 Sep 065000m AFR 13:13.82 Miruts Yifter ETH Düsseldorf 4 Sep 77

NAM 13:15.06 Marti Liqouri USA Düsseldorf 4 Sep 77400mH ASI 48.17 Mubarak Al-Nubi QAT Johannesburg 11 Sep 98Pole Vault AFR 5.90 Okkert Brits RSA London 10 Sep 94Long Jump CAC 8.22 David Giralt CUB Montréal 26 Aug 79

OCE 8.11 Gary Honey AUS Roma 4 Sep 81OCE 8.11 Gary Honey AUS Roma 4 Sep 81OCE 8.32 Jai Taurima AUS Johannesbrug 11 Sep 98

Triple Jump ASI 17.34 Zou Zhenxian CHN Roma 5 Sep 814 x 100m Relay OCE 39.20 Oceania/Australia AUS Barcelona 9 Sep 89

(Shane Naylor, David Dworjanyn, Steve McBain, Tim Jackson)

WOMEN200m NAM 21.83 Evelyn Ashford USA Montréal 24 Aug 79400m ASI 51.61 P. T. Usha IND Canberra 6 Oct 85800m CAC 1:54.44 Ana Quirot CUB Barcelona 9 Sep 89

ASI 1:58.56 Sun Sumei CHN Barcelona 9 Sep 893000m AFR 9:22.1 Elizabeth Cheptum KEN Düsseldorf 6 Sep 77

AFR 8:55.35 Hellen Kimaiyo KEN Barcelona 10 Sep 8910,000m SAM 34:04.42 Mónica Regonessi CHI Canberra 5 Oct 85

SAM 33:05.99 Carmen de Oliveira BRA Barcelona 9 Sep 89AFR 30:52.51 Elana Meyer RSA London 10 Sep 94

400mH AFR 52.96 Nezha Bidouane MAR Johannesburg 11 Sep 98High Jump NAM 1.96 Debbie Brill CAN Montréal 26 Aug 79

CAC 2.04 Silvia Costa CUB Barcelona 9 Sep 89AFR 1.96 Hestrie Storbeck RSA Johannesburg 11 Sep 98

Long Jump OCE 6.80 Robyn Lorraway AUS Canberra 6 Oct 85Javelin Throw AFR 53.70 Agnès Tchuinté CMR Düsseldorf 4 Sep 77

OCE 69.85 Joanna Stone AUS Johannesburg 11 Sep 984 x 100m Relay NAM 42.82 United States USA Roma 6 Sep 81

(Alice Brown, Jeanette Bolden, Florence Griffith, Evelyn Ashford)

None in 1992 or 2002

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MULTIPLE WINNERSMENWins Name Area Country Event(s) and year(s)4 Linford Christie GBR 100m: 89-92-94; 4x100mR: 94

Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 400mH: 92-94-98; 4x400mR: 92Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 5000m, 10,000m: 77-79

3 Steve Backley GBR JT: 89-94-98Udo Beyer GDR Shot Put: 77-79-81Robson da Silva AME BRA 200m: 85-89-92João Carlos de Oliveira AME BRA Triple Jump: 77-79-81Edwin Moses USA 400m Hurdles: 77-79-81Cliff Wiley USA 4x100mR: 77; 400m, 4x400mR: 81

2 Virgilijus Alekna EUR LTU DT: 98-2006Sunday Bada AFR NGR 400m, 4x400mR: 92Jamie Baulch GBR 4x400mR: 94-98Michael Blackwood AME JAM 400m, 4x400mR: 2002Okkert Brits AFR RSA Pole Vault: 94-2002Mike Conley USA Long Jump: 85; Triple Jump: 89Kaaron Conwright USA 4x100mR: 2002-2006Tony Darden USA 4x400mR: 79-81Jonathan Edwards EUR GBR Triple Jump: 92-2002 (non-scoring)Mike Franks USA 400m, 4x400mR: 85Tyson Gay USA 100m, 4x100mR: 2006Tibor Gécsek EUR HUN HT: 92-98Roberto Hernández AME CUB 400m, 4x400mR: 89Tony Jarrett GBR 110mH, 4x100mR: 94Alberto Juantorena AME CUB 400m, 800m: 77Julius Kariuki AFR KEN 3000mSC: 81-85Silvio Leonard AME CUB 200m, 4x100mR: 79Walter McCoy USA 4x400m: 81-85LaShawn Merritt USA 400m, 4x400mR: 2006Craig Mottram OCE AUS 3000m: 2002-2006Larry Myricks USA Long Jump: 79-89Steve Ovett EUR GBR 1500m: 77-81Iván Pedroso AME CUB LJ: 92-98Andre Phillips USA 400m, 4x400mR: 85John Regis GBR 200m, 4x100mR: 94Wolfgang Schmidt GDR Discus Throw: 77-79Saif Saaeed Shaheen ASI QAT 5000m, 3000mSC: 2006Patrik Sjöberg EUR SWE High Jump: 85-89Willie Smith USA 4x400mR: 79-81Calvin Smith USA 4x100mR: 85-92Jason Smoots USA 4x100mR: 2002-2006Wallace Spearmon USA 200m, 4x100mR: 2006Iwan Thomas GBR 400m, 4x400mR: 98Ulf Timmermann GDR Shot Put: 85-89Mike Tully USA Pole Vault: 77-79Steve Williams USA 100m, 4x100mR: 77

WOMEN7 Marita Koch GDR 200m: 85; 400m: 79-85; 4x400mR: 77-79-81-854 Evelyn Ashford USA 100m, 200m: 79-81

Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 800m: 92-94-98-2002Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 100m: 77-85; 4x100mR: 81-85

3 Heike Drechsler GDR/GER Long Jump: 85-92-98Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie AME BAH 200m, 4x100mR: 2002-2006Silke Gladisch/Möller GDR 4x100mR: 85-89; 200m: 89Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 100mH: 85-89; 4x100mR: 89Ana Quirot AME CUB 400m, 800m, 4x400mR: 89

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Wins Name Area Country Event(s) and year(s)2 Christine Amertil AME BAH 4x400mR: 2002-2006

Christina Brehmer GDR 4x400mR: 77-79Sabine Busch GDR 400mH, 4x400mR: 85Charmaine Crooks AME CAN 4x400mR: 89-92Franka Dietzsch GER DT: 98-2006Bärbel Eckert/Wöckel GDR 4x100mR, 4x400mR: 81Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 400mH: 89-92Ruth Fuchs GDR Javelin Throw: 77-79Ana Guevara AME MEX 400m, 4x400mR: 2002Sally Gunnell GBR 400mH, 4x400mR: 94Huang Zhihong ASI CHN SP: 89-94Evelyn Jahl GDR Discus Throw: 79-81Marion Jones USA 100m, 200m: 98Tayna Lawrence AME JAM 100m, 4x100mR: 2002Aliuska López AME CUB 100mH: 92-94Yvonne Murray EUR GBR 3000m: 89-94Yuliya Nosova/Pechonkina RUS 400mH: 2002-2006Irina Privalova EUR RUS 100m, 400m: 94Grazyna Rabsztyn EUR POL 100mH: 77-79Sanya Richards USA 200m, 400m: 2006Annegret Richter EUR FRG 4x100mR: 77-79Sabine Rieger GDR 4x100mR: 85-89Dagmar Rübsam/Neubauer GDR 4x400mR: 81-85Kirsten Siemon/Emmelmann GDR 4x100mR: 81; 4x400mR: 85Sherone Simpson AME JAM 100m, 4x100mR: 2006Ilona Slupianek GDR Shot Put: 79-81Irena Szewinska EUR POL 200m, 400m: 77Derartu Tulu AFR ETH 3000m, 10,000m: 92Ilke Wyludda GDR/GER DT: 89-94

MOST WINS AT A SINGLE WORLD CUPMENWins Name Area Country Events and year2 Sunday Bada AFR NGR 400m, 4x400mR: 92

Kirk Baptiste USA 200m, 4x100mR: 85Michael Blackwood AME JAM 400m, 4x400mR: 2002Linford Christie GBR 100m, 4x100mR: 94Mike Franks USA 400m, 4x400mR: 85Tyson Gay USA 100m, 4x100mR: 2006Roberto Hernández AME CUB 400m, 4x400mR: 89Tony Jarrett GBR 110mH, 4x100mR: 94Alberto Juantorena AME CUB 400m, 800m: 77Silvio Leonard AME CUB 200m, 4x100mR: 79Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 400mH, 4x400mR: 92LaShawn Merritt USA 400m, 4x400mR: 2006Andre Phillips USA 400m, 4x400mR: 85John Regis GBR 200m, 4x100mR: 94Saif Saaeed Shaheen ASI QAT 5000m, 3000mSC: 2006Wallace Spearmon USA 200m, 4x100mR: 2006Iwan Thomas GBR 400m, 4x400mR: 98Cliff Wiley USA 400m, 4x400mR: 81Steve Williams USA 100m, 4x100mR: 77Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 5000m, 10,000m: 77 (& 79)

WOMENWins Name Area Country Events and year3 Marita Koch GDR 200m, 400m, 4x400mR: 85

Ana Quirot AME CUB 400m, 800m, 4x400mR: 892 Evelyn Ashford USA 100m, 200m: 79 (& 81)

Sabine Busch GDR 400mH, 4x400mR: 85

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Wins Name Area Country Events and year(2) Bärbel Eckert/Wöckel GDR 4x100mR, 4x400mR: 81

Debbie Ferguson AME BAH 200m, 4x100mR: 2002Silke Gladisch/Möller GDR 200m, 4x100mR: 89Ana Guevara AME MEX 400m, 4x400mR: 2002Sally Gunnell GBR 400mH, 4x400mR: 94Marion Jones USA 100m, 200m: 98Marita Koch GDR 400m, 4x400mR: 79Tayna Lawrence AME JAM 100m, 4x100mR: 2002Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 100m, 4x100mR: 85Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 100mH, 4x100mR: 89Irina Privalova EUR RUS 100m, 400m: 94Sanya Richards USA 200m, 400m: 2006Sherone Simpson AME JAM 100m, 4x100mR: 2006Irena Szewinska EUR POL 200m, 400m: 77Derartu Tulu AFR ETH 3000m, 10,000m: 92

TEAM MEN8 United States 1985

TEAM WOMEN12 GDR 1985

MOST INDIVIDUAL POINTS SCORED OVERALLThe totals given represent actual points scored. For example, first place in 1977, 1981, 1989, 2002 or 2006 was worth nine points

as opposed to eight at the other editions of the World Cup. Relay points are not included

MENPoints Name Area Country Event(s), year(s) & placings35 Javier Sotomayor AME CUB High Jump: 85-3, 89-3, 92-2, 94-1, 98-234 Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 5000m, 10,000m: 77, 79-132 Linford Christie GBR 100m: 89, 92, 94-1; 200m:92-230 Róbson da Silva AME BRA 100m: 92-4; 200m: 85, 89, 92-1

Francis Obikwelu EUR POR 100m: 2002-3, 2006-2; 200m: 2002-1, 2006-428 Luis Delís AME CUB Discus Throw: 79-3, 81-2, 85-3, 89-227 Olapade Adeniken AFR NGR 100m: 89-4, 92-2, 94-2; 200m: 89-3

Volker Beck GDR 400m: 77-2; 400mH: 77-2, 79-4, 81-2Okkert Brits AFR RSA Pole Vault: 92-3, 94-1, 2002-1, 2006-5Frank Emmelmann GDR 100m: 81-3, 85-3; 200m: 81-3, 85-2Silvio Leonard AME CUB 100m: 77-3, 79-2; 200m: 77-3, 79-1

26 Udo Beyer GDR Shot Put: 77-1, 79-1, 81-1João de Oliveira AME BRA Triple Jump: 77-1 79-1, 81-1Edwin Moses USA 400mH: 77-1, 79-1, 81-1

25 Steve Backley GBR Javelin Throw: 89-1, 94-1, 98-124 Allen Johnson USA 110mH: 94-2, 02-2, 06-1

Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 400mH: 92-1, 94-1, 98-1Iván Pedroso AME CUB Long Jump: 92-1, 98-1, 2002-2Karl-Hans Riehm EUR FRG Hammer Throw: 77-1, 79-2, 81-2

23 Philippe Collet EUR FRA Pole Vault: 85-2, 89-1, 92-2Frankie Fredericks AFR NAM 200m: 94-2, 98-1, 2002-2Colin Jackson GBR 110mH: 89-2, 92-1, 98-2

22 Heinz Weis EUR FRG/GER Hammer Throw: 89-1, 94-3, 98-221 Olaf Beyer USA 800m: 77-7, 79-4; 1500m: 81-3, 85-2

Alejandro Casañas AME CUB 110mH: 77-2, 79-3, 81-2Lance Deal USA Hammer Throw: 89-2, 92-3, 94-2

WOMENPoints Name Area Country Event(s), year(s) & placings46 Marita Koch GDR 200m: 79-2, 85-1; 400m: 77-2, 79-1, 81-2, 85-143 Evelyn Ashford USA 100m: 77-5, 79-1, 81-1; 200m: 77-4, 79-1, 81-1

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Points Name Area Country Event(s), year(s) & placings33 Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 800m: 92, 94, 98, 2002-1

Mary Onyali AFR NGR 100m: 89-2, 94-3, 98-3; 200m: 89-2, 94-431 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 100m: 77-1, 79-2, 81-3, 85-1

Irina Privalova EUR RUS 100m: 94-1, 98-5; 200m: 94-2, 98-5; 400m: 94-130 Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH Shot Put: 77-1, 79-2, 81-2, 85-328 Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR TCH 200m: 81-2; 400m: 81-1, 85-5; 800m: 85-2

Ana Quirot AME CUB 400m: 85-4, 89-1; 800m: 85-4, 89-127 Jearl Miles Clark USA 400m: 92-1, 94-3, 2002-2; 800m: 98-426 Ulrike Bruns GDR 1500m: 77-3, 81-3; 3000m: 77-4, 85-124 Heike Drechsler GER 800m: 85, 92, 98-1

Petra Felke GDR Javelin Throw: 81-2, 85-2, 89-1Irena Szewinska EUR POL 200m: 77-1; 400m: 77-1, 79-3

24 Ilke Wyludda GDR/GER Hammer Throw: 89-1, 92-2, 94-123 Tamara Bykova URS High Jump: 81-2, 85-2, 89-2

Galina Chistyakova URS Long Jump: 85-2, 89-1; Triple Jump: 92-2Marion Jones USA 100m, 200m: 98-1; LJ: 98-2

22 Silvia Costa AME CUB High Jump: 81-8, 85-4, 89-1, 94-3Falilat Ogunkoya AFR NGR 200m: 98-2; 400m: 89-3, 98-1Gabriela Szabo EUR ROM 3000m: 94-3, 98-1, 2002-2

21 Glory Alozie AFR/EUR NGR/ESP 100m: 2002-4; 100mH: 98-1, 2002-3Maritza Martén AME CUB Discus Throw: 85-3, 89-3, 92-1Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 3000m: 81-4, 85-2, 89-2

20.5 Grace Jackson AME JAM 100m: 85-2=; 200m: 85-2, 89-3

Including relay points (divided by four), the highest point scorers are as follows. A complete list is given in the index ofcompetitors (yellow pages).

Men Women36 Linford Christie GBR 54.5 Marita Koch GDR35 Javier Sotomayor AME/CUB 46.25 Evelyn Ashford USA34.75 Róbson da Silva AME/BRA 38.75 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR34 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH 36.25 Mary Onyali AFR/NGR31.75 Olapade Adeniken AFR/NGR Maria Mutola AFR/MOZ30.5 Silvio Leonard AME/CUB 32.75 Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR/TCH30.25 Frank Emmelmann GDR 32 Irina Privalova EUR/RUS

MOST POINTS IN A SINGLE EVENTMENPoints Name Area Country Event, year(s) & placings35 Javier Sotomayor AME CUB High Jump: 85-3, 89-3, 92-2, 94-1

WOMEN33 Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 800m: 92-1, 94-1, 98-1, 2002-131 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 100m: 77-1, 79-2, 81-3, 85-1

Marita Koch GDR 400m: 77-2, 79-1, 81-2, 85-1

MOST APPEARANCESFiveMen Hakim Toumi AFR ALG Hammer Throw 81, 85, 89, 92, 94

Javier Sotomayor AME CUB High Jump 85, 89, 92, 94, 98Antonio Pettigrew USA 400m, 4x400mR 89, 92, 94, 98, 2002

Women Jearl Miles Clark USA 400m, 800m, 4x400mR 89, 92, 94, 98, 2002

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FourMen Steve Backley GBR Javelin Throw 89, 94, 98, 2002

Jamie Baulch GBR 4x100mR, 4x400mR 92, 94, 98, 2002Olaf Beyer GDR 800m, 1500m 77, 79, 81, 85Okkert Brits RSA Pole Vault 92, 94, 2002, 2003Robson da Silva AME BRA 100m, 200m, 4x400mR 85, 89, 92, 94Luis Delís AME CUB Discus Throw 79, 81, 85, 89Ibrahim Ismail ASI QAT 400m, 4x400mR 89, 92, 94, 98Colin Jackson GBR 110m Hurdles 89, 92, 98, 2002Allen Johnson USA 110m Hurdles 94, 98, 2002, 2006

Women Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 100m, 4x100mR 77, 79, 81, 85Marita Koch GDR 200m, 400m, 4x400mR 77, 79, 81, 85Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH Shot Put 77, 79, 81, 85Zoubida Laayouni AFR MAR Discus Throw 79, 81, 85, 89Agnès Tchuinté AFR CMR Javelin Throw 77, 79, 81, 85Joetta Clark USA 800m 85, 89, 92, 94Silvia Costa AME CUB High Jump 81, 85, 89, 94Shiny Abraham/Wilson ASI IND 400m, 800m, 4x400mR 85, 89, 92, 94Connie Price-Smith USA SP, DT 89, 92, 94, 98Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 800m, 4x400mR 92, 94, 98, 2002

GREATEST SPAN OF APPEARANCES15 years Tessa Sanderson EUR GBR Javelin Throw 1977-199214 years Okkert Brits AFR RSA Pole Vault 1992-1994-2002-2006

Steffi Nerius GER Javelin Throw 1992-2006

CONTINENTAL SCORING TRENDSDividing all points scored at past World Cups into the four continental groupings present at the IAAF Continental Cup gives the followingpercentages. Africa is of course disadvantaged as only one team has ever represented that continent, whereas the Americas, Asia/Pacificand Europe have always had at least two teams in the World Cup tournament. In the case of Europe there were always at least threeteams and four in 1981, 1989, 2002 and 2006 when the host nation also supplied an additional team. Yet in the last two World CupsEuropeʼs percentages have been at their lowest.

Europe Americas Asia/Pacific Africa1977 48 29 12 111979 45 30 13 121981 55 25 13 71985 46 28 15 111989 47 26 15 121992 40 26 18 161994 41 24 19 161998 42 26 17 152002 38 27 18 172006 39 27 21 13

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ScoringDüsseldorf 1977 9-7-6-5-4-3-2-1Montréal 1979, Canberra 1985, Havana 1992, London 1994, Johannesburg 1998 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1Roma 1981, Barcelona 1989, Athína 2006 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1Madrid 2002 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2 (men, GBR not scoring)

9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (women)

Britainʼs menʼs team were disqualified from the 2002 World Cup because their entry for the meeting had been based onperformances by Dwain Chambers at that yearʼs European Cup which were subsequently annulled because of a doping violation.However, the individual placings by British team members in Madrid were allowed to stand, though are regarded by the IAAF asnon-scoring. The team would have scored 83 points for seventh place in the tournament, excluding the five originally scored byChambers in the 100m. So points of nine down to two are awarded to the eight menʼs teams competing in 2002 apart from Britain.

Summary of Past Team ResultsMen 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9thDüsseldorf 77 GDR 127 USA 120 FRG 112 EUR 111 AME 92 AFR 78 OCE 48 ASI 44 -Montréal 79 USA 119 EUR 112 GDR 108 URS 102 AME 98 AFR 84 OCE 58 ASI 36 -Roma 81 EUR 147 GDR 130 USA 127 URS 118 AME 95 ITA 93 AFR 66 OCE 61 ASI 59Canberra 85 USA 123 URS 115 GDR 114 EUR 97.5 AFR 81 AME 80 OCE 65 ASI 39.5 -Barcelona 89 USA 133 EUR 127 GBR 119 GDR 116.5 AFR 107 AME 97 ASI 68.5 ESP 64.5 OCE 64.5Havana 92 AFR 115 GBR 103 EUR 99 AME 92 USA 90 EUN 84 ASI 80 OCE 45 -London 94 AFR 116 GBR 111 AME 95 EUR 91 GER 85.5 USA 78 ASI 75 OCE 62.5 -Johannesburg 98 AFR 111 EUR 110 GER 103 AME 98 GBR 90 USA 86 ASI 65 OCE 54 -Madrid 02 AFR 139 EUR 121 AME 119 USA 112 ESP 103 GER 96.5 ASI 91 OCE 74.5 GBR DQAthína 06 EUR 140 USA 136 AFR 116 ASI 110 AME 104 RUS 89 FRA 79 OCE 78 GRE 44

Women 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9thDüsseldorf 77 EUR 109 GDR 93 URS 90 USA 60 AME 56 OCE 46 AFR 32 ASI 30 -Montréal 79 GDR 106 URS 98 EUR 88 USA 76 AME 68 OCE 47 AFR 30 ASI 26 -Roma 81 GDR 120.5 EUR 110 URS 98 USA 89 AME 72 ITA 68.5 OCE 58 ASI 32 AFR 26Canberra 85 GDR 121 URS 105.5 EUR 86 AME 62.5 USA 61 OCE 52 ASI 42 AFR 41 -Barcelona 89 GDR 124 URS 106 AME 94 EUR 89 USA 84.5 ASI 67.5 AFR 58 ESP 48 OCE 40Havana 92 EUN 102 EUR 94 AME 79 USA 79 GER 74 AFR 70 ASI 69 OCE 40 -London 94 EUR 111 AME 98 GER 79 AFR 78 GBR 73 ASI 67 OCE 57 USA 48 -Johannesburg 98 USA 96 EUR 94 AFR 88 RUS 87 AME 81 GER 75 ASI 45 OCE 42 -Madrid 02 RUS 129 EUR 126 AME 111 AFR 102 GER 83.5 ESP 78.5 ASI 78 USA 77 OCE 61Athína 06 RUS 137 EUR 128 AME 117 USA 101.5 POL 97 AFR 96.5 ASI 85.5 OCE 73 GRE 60.5

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TEAM RESULTS FROM PAST IAAF WORLD CUPS

Overall PlacingsCombined1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsEUR 62 81 61 73 36+2= 16 17 8 - 2190.5USA 67 43 48+1= 52 38+2= 35+1= 34 20 7 1896AME 45 46+1= 50+1= 46 53 42+1= 29 27 15 1808.5AFR 52 41 37 29 32+1= 37+1= 58+1= 49 21 1634.5ASI 12 12 24+1= 35+1= 42+2= 59+1= 57 80 25 1210GDR 50 41 28 26+1= 13+1= 9 4 1 1 1160OCE 7 7 16 34 40+1= 62+3= 83+1= 79 18 1126.5URS 17 37+1= 28 21 15 13 2 2 - 832.5GER 11 12 15+1= 17 21+1= 23+1= 15 9 2 596.5GBR 22 11 16 10 16 13+1= 14 9 1 496RUS 10 13 13 7 12 11 9 - 1 442ESP 2 4 9 3 6+2= 10+1= 11+1= 13 12 294EUN 4 10 5 2 7 2 3 4 - 186ITA - 3 3 2 7+1= 11 6 1 1 161.5FRG 4 2 4 2 4 4 - - - 112GRE - 1 2 - 4 4 4+1= 10 12 104.5POL 1 1 2 2 8 1 1 3 1 97FRA - - 2 2 4 3 5 2 2 79Totals 366 365+2= 363+4= 363+2=358+13=355+10= 352+4= 317 119 14,427

Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsEUR 28 40 34 42 21+2= 11 13 5 - 1155.5USA 53 27 25 26 13+1= 17 12 13 3 1124AFR 35 30 21 24 18+1= 14+1= 29 15 7 1013AME 22 25 29+1= 18 33 28+1= 13 15 10 970ASI 6 9 14 21+1= 20+1= 30 32 42 13 668OCE 3 7 9 13 20+1= 33+2= 48+1= 48 7 610.5GDR 14 22 18 17+1= 13 9 4 1 1 595.5GBR 19 11 14 8 14 9+1= 11 8 1 423URS 7 12 8 13 7 10 1 2 - 335GER 5 7 8+1= 9 8+1= 6 6 5 2 285ESP 2 2 5 1 4+2= 5 5+1= 7 5 167.5

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsFRG 4 2 4 2 4 4 - - - 112ITA - 2 2 1 4 6 4 - 1 93RUS - 1 3 1 3 5 6 - 1 89EUN 2 3 2 - 5 2 3 3 - 84FRA - - 2 2 4 3 5 2 2 79GRE - - 1 - 3 1 - 5 8 44Totals 200 200 199+2= 198+2= 194+9= 193+5= 192+2= 171 61 7848* In accordance with a decision of the IAAF, the British menʼs placingsof 2002 stand but are non-scoring

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsEUR 34 41 27 31 15 5 4 3 - 1035AME 23 21+1= 21 28 20 14 16 12 5 838.5USA 14 16 23+1= 26 25+1= 18+1= 22 7 4 772AFR 17 11 16 5 14 23 29+1= 34 14 621.5GDR 36 19 10 9 1= - - - - 564.5ASI 6 3 10+1= 14 22+1= 29+1 25 38 12 542OCE 4 - 7 21 20 29+1 35 31 11 516URS 10 25+1= 20 8 8 3 1 - - 497.5RUS 10 12 10 6 9 6 3 - - 353GER 6 5 7 8 13 17+1= 9 4 - 311.5ESP - 2 4 2 2 5+1= 6 6 7 126.5EUN 2 7 3 2 2 - - 1 - 102POL 1 1 2 2 8 1 1 3 1 97GBR 3 - 2 2 2 4 3 1 - 73ITA - 1 1 1 3+1= 5 2 1 - 68.5GRE - 1 1 - 1 3 4+1= 5 4 60.5Totals 166 165+2= 164+2= 165 164+4= 162+5= 160+2= 146 58 6579

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Düsseldorf 1977Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsGDR 4 7 3 2 3 - 1 - 127USA 6 3 3 3 1 2 1 - 120FRG 4 2 4 2 4 4 - - 112EUR 1 5 3 9 1 - - - 111AME 3 1 4 - 5 2 3 2 92AFR 2 2 1 2 4 2 3 2 78OCE - - 2 2 - 4 5 4 48ASI - - - - 2 6 6 6 44Totals 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 14 732

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsEUR 7 5 1 1 - - - - 109GDR 4 5 2 2 - - - - 93URS 2 3 7 1 1 - - - 90USA - 1 2 4 4 1 1 - 60AME - - 2 4 4 2 - 2 56OCE 1 - - 1 3 4 3 2 46AFR - - - - - 6 6 2 32ASI - - - 1 2 1 4 6 30Totals 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 12 516

Montréal 1979Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsUSA 7 4 1 3 2 1 1 1 119EUR 1 7 5 3 1 1 1 1 112GDR 3 3 2 7 1 4 - - 108URS 1 4 5 3 2 4 - 1 102AME 3 1 4 1 7 2 2 - 98AFR 5 - 2 - 3 4 3 2 84OCE - 1 1 2 2 3 7 4 58ASI - - - 1 2 1 6 8 36Totals 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 17 717

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsGDR 7 4 2 2 - - - - 106URS 2 7 4 1 1 - - - 98EUR 3 4 2 4 1 - - - 88USA 2 - 5 4 1 - 3 - 76AME 1 - 2 3 6 3 - - 68OCE - - - - 6 5 4 - 47AFR - - - 1 - 3 5 6 30ASI - - - - - 4 3 8 26Totals 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 539

Rome 1981Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsEUR 6 5 4 2 2 - 1 - - 147GDR 3 4 5 2 2 2 2 - - 130USA 7 1 5 1 2 1 - - 1 127URS 3 1 1 8 2 4 - 1 - 118AME 1 2 2 2 6 1 1 2 3 95ITA - 2 2 1 4 6 4 - 1 93AFR - 2 - 1 2 2 5 4 3 66OCE - 2 - 1 - 3 2 9 3 61ASI - 1 1 2 - 1 5 4 5 59Totals 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 16 896

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsGDR 7 4 3 - 1= - - - - 120.5EUR 3 7 3 1 - - - - - 110URS 3 1 3 4 2 2 - - - 98USA 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 - - 89AME - - 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 72ITA - 1 1 1 3+1= 5 2 1 - 68.5OCE - - - 3 3 1 5 3 - 58ASI - - - - 1 1 2 6 5 32AFR - - - - - 1 2 4 8 26Totals 15 15 15 15 14+2= 14 15 15 14 674

Canberra 1985Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsUSA 8 3 3 2 1 2 - - 123URS 3 7 2 2 3 2 1 - 115GDR 2 6 3 4 4 - 1 - 114EUR 1 2 4 5 4+1= 1 2 - 97.5AFR 4 1 2 1 2 1 6 2 81AME 2 1 4 1 1 5 4 1 80OCE - - 2 3 3 6 2 4 65ASI - - - 2 1+1= 2 4 8 39.5Totals 20 20 20 20 19+2= 19 20 15 715

Women 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsGDR 12 2 1 1 - - - - 121URS 2 8+1= 4 - - 1 - - 105.5EUR 2 2 5 3 2 - 1 1 86AME - 1+1= 1 5 1 2 3 2 62.5USA - 2 3 - 4 2 3 1 61OCE - - 1 4 2 4 3 - 52ASI - - - 2 4 2 3 4 42AFR - - - 1 3 5 2 5 41Totals 16 15+2= 15 16 16 16 15 13 571

Barcelona 1989Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsUSA 5 5 1 4 1 1 2 1 - 133EUR 4 4 3 4 - 2 2 - - 127GBR 3 4 3 2 3 - 3 1 1 119GDR 2 2 5 2+1= 3 3 - 1 1 116.5AFR 3 3 4 2 - 1 1 3 3 107AME 3 1 2 1 3 4 1 3 2 97ASI - 1 - 3+1= 2 3 1 4 4 68.5ESP - - 2 1 2 3 3+1= 3 5 64.5OCE - - - - 5 3 6+1= 3 1 64.5Total 20 20 20 19+2= 19 20 19+2= 19 17 897

Women 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsGDR 6 4 2 4 - - - - - 124URS 1 6 2 2 4 - 1 - - 106AME 4 - 3 2 2 1 3 1 - 94EUR 2 2 4 3 1 1 - - - 89USA 2 - 3 4 1= 3 1 - 2 84.5ASI 1 2 - - 2+1= 4 3 1 1 67.5AFR - 2 1 - 4 - 2 3 3 58ESP - - - 1 2 4 2 3 4 48OCE - - 1 - - 2 3 7 2 40Total 16 16 16 16 15+2= 15 15 15 12 711

Havana 1992Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsAFR 6 4 3 1 1 2 3 - 115GBR 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 103EUR 2 3 3 4 4 1 2 1 99AME 2 6 1 3 2 1 - 2 92USA 3 1 5 3 1 1 2 3 90EUN 2 3 2 - 5 2 3 3 84ASI 1 - 2 6 3 5 - 3 80OCE - - 1 - 1 5 8 4 45Total 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 17 708

Women 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsEUN 2 7 3 2 2 - - 1 102EUR 2 6 2 1 4 - 1 1 94AME 5 2 2 1 1 - 2 - 79USA 2 1 1 5 4 1+1= 2 - 79GER 1 1 2 3 3 6 1 - 74AFR 3 - 3 - 2 4 3 2 70ASI 2 - 4 2 1 2+1= 2 3 69OCE - - - 3 - 3+1= 5 4 40Total 17 17 17 17 17 16+3= 16 11 607

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London 1994Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsAFR 6 5 1 2 2 1 3 - 116GBR 7 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 111AME 2 3 3+1= 1 2 5+1= 2 - 95EUR 1 3 3 4 3 2 2 2 91GER - 2 2+1= 5 6 - 2 1 85.5USA 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 6 78ASI 1 1 3 1 4 5 2 2 75OCE - 1 2 3 1 3+1= 5 3 62.5Total 20 20 19+2= 19 20 19+2= 18 16 714

Women 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsEUR 6 4 3 2 1 1 - - 111AME 2 7 2 2 2 - 1 1 98GER 1 3 2 3 3 2 2 1 79AFR 4 2 2 2 1 - 1 4 78GBR 3 - 2 2 2 4 3 1 73ASI 1 - 2 3 4 4 1 2 67OCE - - 3 3 1 3 4 3 57USA - 1 1 - 3 3 5 4 48Total 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 16 611

Johannesburg 1998 (Nelson Mandela Trophy)

Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsAFR 4 2 5 5 1 1= 2 - 111EUR 3 5 2 4 2 3 1 - 110GER 5 3 3 2 - 2 3 2 103AME 2 2 5 4 1 4 - 2 98GBR 4 1 2 - 6 2+1= 3 1 90USA 2 4 1 2 3 3 2 1 86ASI - 1 2 3 4 2 2 5 65OCE - 2 - - 3 3+1= 6 5 54Totals 20 20 20 20 20 19+3= 19 16 717

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th PointsUSA 3 3 4 3 1 2 1 - 96EUR 5 1 3 3 3 - 1 - 94AME - 5 3 4 - 1 1 3 81AFR 4 4 2 1 - 1 3 2 88RUS 1 3 3 3 5 1 1 - 87GER 3 1 1 - 5 5 1 1 75ASI - - 1 2 3 3 2 4 45OCE 1 - - 1 - 4 6 5 42Totals 17 17 17 17 17 17 16 15 608

Madrid 2002Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsAFR 4 5 1 6 2 - 2 - - 139EUR 5 - 5 3 2 - 2 1 - 121AME 3 5 1 1 4 1 - 2 3 119USA 4 3 1 4 - 2 1 1 2 112ESP 2 2 3 - 2+2= 2 2 4 - 103GER - 2 3 2 2+1= 4 1 2 2 96.5ASI - 2 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 91OCE 1 1 - 1 2+1= 1 5 3 3 74.5GBR* 1 - 3 2 2 4 3 3 - DQTotals 20 20 20 20 18+4= 18 19 17 12 856* In accordance with a decision of the IAAF, the British menʼs placingsstand but are non-scoring with the other teams finishing after theBritish representative gaining an extra point (see page 20 for details)

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsRUS 4 4 5 - 2 4 - - - 129EUR 1 5 4 6 2 - 1 - - 126AME 6 4 - 2 - 1 1 2 2 111AFR 4 1 3 - 4 1 2 3 1 102GER 1 - 2 2 2 4+1= 5 2 - 83.5ESP - 2 4 1 - 1+1= 4 3 3 78.5ASI 1 1 - 3 2 5 2 2 3 78USA 1 2 - 4 4 - 2 - 2 77OCE 1 - 1 1 3 2 1 5 3 61Totals 19 19 19 19 19 17+2= 18 17 14 846

Athens 2006Men 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsEUR 4 6 2 4 2+1= 1 - - - 140USA 8 1 3 2 1+1= 2 2 - - 136AFR 1 6 2 4 1+1= 1 1 2 1 116ASI 4 3 3 2 1 3 1 2 110AME 1 3 3 4 2 3 - 1 2 104RUS - 1 3 1 3 5 6 - 1 89FRA - - 2 2 4 3 5 2 2 79OCE 2 - 1 1 3 2 2 9 - 78GRE - - 1 - 3 1 - 5 8 44Totals 20 20 20 20 19+3= 19 19 20 16 896

Women1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th PointsRUS 5 5 2 3 2 1 2 - - 137EUR 3 5 - 7 1 3 - 1 - 128AME 5 2 3 1 2 2 3 - 2 117USA 2 4 2+1= - 1 4 2 2 - 101.5POL 1 1 2 2 8 1 1 3 1 97AFR 2 2 5 - - 2 3+1= 3 2 96.5ASI 1 - 3+1= 1 3 3 3 2 3 85.5OCE 1 - 1 5 2 1 1 2 6 73GRE - 1 1 - 1 3 4+1= 5 4 60.5Totals 20 20 19+2= 19 20 20 19+2= 18 18 896

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MEN

100 Metres Düsseldorf 1977(Sep 2) (Wind: -0.3)1, Steve Williams USA 10.132, Eugen Ray GDR 10.153, Silvio Leonard AME CUB 10.194, Pietro Mennea EUR ITA 10.375, Werner Bastians FRG 10.576, Suchart Chairsuvaparb ASI THA 10.677, Amadou Meité AFR CIV 10.708, Paul Narracott OCE AUS 10.71

Williams and Ray – both of whom missed the 1976 Olympic Gamesbecause of injury – were drawn next to each other in lanes 1 and 2. Rayhad the better start and was almost a metre in front at halfway, beforethe taller American drew level and dipped to victory.

The heavily-built East German thought he had won, and indeedwas surrounded by photographers after the finish while Williams wasinitially ignored.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24) (-0.4)1, James Sanford USA 10.172, Silvio Leonard AME CUB 10.263, Marian Woronin EUR POL 10.284, Olaf Prenzler GDR 10.335, Ernest Obeng AFR GHA 10.366, Richard James OCE AUS 10.497, Suchart Chairsuvaparb ASI THA 10.518, Nikolay Kolesnikov URS 11.47

The world’s top sprinter of 1979 was Sanford, who topped the worldlists with 10.07 and won the IAAF Golden Sprints in Zürich. InMontréal, he was nursing an injury which would cause him to with-draw from the 200m and sprint relay, but it did not seem to affect himin the 100m, which he won with a mid-race surge.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4) (0.2)1, Allan Wells EUR GBR 10.202, Ernest Obeng AFR GHA 10.213, Frank Emmelmann GDR 10.314, Nikolay Sidorov URS 10.415, Colin Bradford AME JAM 10.446, Pierfrancesco Pavoni ITA 10.517, Gerrard Keating OCE AUS 10.708, Suchart Chairsuvaparb ASI THA 10.739, Carl Lewis USA 10.96

A major story was the poor form of the new United States star CarlLewis, who had produced a winning long jump just 25 minutes earlier.The American, who clocked 10.00 earlier in 1981, was lying 4th athalfway before giving up. “I just couldn’t accelerate,” he revealed.

As Lewis’s demise registered, it became clear that Obeng was pos-sibly on the way to an upset win. After a brilliant start he was 2m upon Olympic Champion Wells. The Briton just managed to lunge infront to win by 0.01 from the Ghanaian.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4) (-0.4)1, Ben Johnson AME CAN 10.002, Chidi Imoh AFR NGR 10.113, Frank Emmelmann GDR 10.174, Kirk Baptiste USA 10.175, Gerrard Keating OCE AUS 10.226, Nikolay Yushmanov URS 10.267, Marian Woronin EUR POL 10.458, Zheng Cheng ASI CHN 10.48

Ben Johnson had been winning big races all year, starting with theIAAF World Indoor 60m in Paris. He saved his best outdoor race forCanberra and capitalised on a fast start to win by 2m. His winning timewas then the quickest ever into a headwind, but it should be noted thatJohnson has since admitted to doping violations at the time of hisCanberra win, so his performance should not be regarded as legitimi-ate.

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INDIVIDUAL RESULTS FROM PAST IAAF WORLD CUPSIAAF WORLD CUP IN ATHLETICS

1. Düsseldorf, Germany............................2-4 Sep 772, Montréal, Canada .............................24-26 Aug 793, Rome (Roma), Italy...............................4-6 Sep 814, Canberra, Australia................................4-6 Oct 855, Barcelona, Spain.................................8-10 Sep 896, Havana (La Habana), Cuba..............25-27 Sep 927, London, Great Britain & NI..................9-11 Sep 948, Johannesburg, South Africa .............11-13 Sep 989, Madrid, Spain....................................21/21 Sep 0210,Athína (Athens), Greece ...................16/17 Sep 06

For each event, the following data is given:

Results and report from each World Cup event

Leading point scorers:The leading three or so individual point scorers

Three or more appearances:Athletes to have made three or more World Cup appearances

Team placings & actual points scored:A table of placings by teams along with the points scored

Totals of points scored given in the sections above are computed on the basisof the following scoring systems:

1977 9-7-6-5-4-3-2-11979/1985/1992/1994/1998 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-11981/1989/2002 (women) / 2006 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-12002 (men) 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2

Britainʼs men qualified for the 2002 World Cup on the basis of performancesby Dwain Chambers at the 2002 European Cup which were subsequentlyannulled because of a doping violation. Therefore, the IAAF have regarded theBritish menʼs performances in the tournament as non-scoring though their indi-vidual placings (apart from Chambersʼs) still stand. Those finishing behind thenon-scoring Britons gained a bonus point for their place. So for example,Walter Davis (USA) – second to Jonathan Edwards in the Madrid triple jump –receives nine points and Edwardʼs performance scores nothing.

Rule numbers (r) are given in the event of disqualifications at the 1994 WorldCup and later (from when rule numbers were first published on results sheets).

These are:

40.8 – Prior doping violation leading to suspension during the period of thechampionships

168.7 – Ilegal hurdle clearance or deliberately knocking down hurdle170.8 – Outgoing runner in 4x400m relay begins running outside take-over

zone; second runner in 4x400m relay breaks from lane too early170.14 – Baton not passed within take-over zone; gloves or substances worn

to give a better grip of the baton

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Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8) (0.5)1, Linford Christie GBR 10.102, Leroy Burrell USA 10.153, Daniel Sangouma EUR FRA 10.174, Olapade Adeniken AFR NGR 10.205, Tim Jackson OCE AUS 10.386, Sven Matthes GDR 10.417, Javier Arques ESP 10.488, Mardi Lestari ASI INA 10.489, Joel Isasi AME CUB 10.52

On a rainsoaked track, the big favourite was Burrell, who had a year’sbest of 9.94 and was the overall IAAF Grand Prix winner. TheAmerican, however, was past his best for the season whereas Christie– the British team captain – produced his best race of the year for acomfortable win. His time was the quickest by a European in 1989.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25) (-0.3) Reactions1, Linford Christie GBR 10.21 0.1472, Olapade Adeniken AFR NGR 10.26 0.1853, Calvin Smith USA 10.33 0.1734, Róbson da Silva AME BRA 10.34 0.2055, Talal Mansoor ASI QAT 10.36 0.1696, Shane Naylor OCE AUS 10.50 0.2397, Andrey Fedoriv EUN RUS 10.67 0.1478, Giorgio Marras EUR ITA 10.70 0.172

Christie, now 32, had developed into the world’s best sprinter since theprevious World Cup with gold medals at the Commonwealth Games,European Championships, and Olympic Games. He got a great startand was never headed in a repeat of his win of 1989.

London 1994

(Sep 9) (-0.3)1, Linford Christie GBR 10.21 0.1892, Olapade Adeniken AFR NGR 10.25 0.1603, Talal Mansoor ASI QAT 10.31 0.1694, Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy EUR RUS 10.40 0.1355, Gus Nketia OCE NZL 10.42 0.1586, André da Silva AME BRA 10.49 0.1487, Marc Blume GER 10.52 0.1828, Vince Henderson USA 10.63 0.187

There was a murmur of concern halfway through the race, when itlooked as if Christie (lane 8) might not be able to recover from a stum-ble at the start. Adeniken and da Silva were ahead at halfway, but couldnot respond to Christie’s trademark finish. He scored his third WorldCup win. Interestingly, the first two men, the winning time and eventhe headwind were the same as in 1992.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11) (-0.2)1, Obadele Thompson AME BAR 09.87 0.1682, Seun Ogunkoya AFR NGR 09.92 0.1283, Dwain Chambers GBR 10.03 0.0634, Tim Harden USA 10.03 0.1735, Matt Shirvington OCE AUS 10.07 0.1296, Háris Papadiás EUR GRE 10.15 0.1267, Marc Blume GER 10.30 -8, Zhou Wei ASI CHN 10.37 0.182

The 1748m altitude of Johannesburg made up for the headwind, cold(14°) and damp as Obadele Thompson raced to the 8th-quickest timeever, 9.87. Behind him came an Oceanian record by Shirvington andpersonal bests by Ogunkoya, Chambers and Papadias. In lane 2Ogonkoya – surprise winner in Zürich the previous month – was incontrol before Thompson (lane 5) forged ahead for victory.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20) (-0.3)1, Uchenna Emedolu AFR NGR 10.06 0.1492, Kim Collins AME SKN 10.06 0.1553, Francis Obikwelu EUR POR 10.09 0.1374, Jon Drummond USA 10.10 0.1275, Jamal Al-Saffar ASI KSA 10.38 0.1496, Marc Blume GER 10.46 0.1617, Patrick Johnson OCE AUS 10.58 0.1498, Angel David Rodríguez ESP 10.78 0.138

Dwain Chambers GBR DQ (r40.8)(10.16) 0.144

One week before Madrid at the IAAF Grand Prix Final in Paris, TimMontgomery had apparently broken the world record with 9.78 fromDwain Chambers 9.87. In theory the World Cup should have seen arematch, but Montgomery withdrew (reportedly because of swollenfeet and ankles), while Chambers was past his peak for the season. Inany case, both of those Paris performances were subsequently annulleddue to doping violations and it was the rightful winner at the GrandPrix Final – Drummond – who got the best start in Madrid and led formost of the race. The American was caught by Emedolu and Collinswho crossed the line together, the verdict going to the African.

Chambers finished fifth but his 2002 performances were allannulled after he admitted in 2005 to doping violations throughout thatseason. Therefore all of the other British men’s team performances inMadrid were declared non-scoring because their qualification for theevent was based on the discredited wins by Chambers at the EuropeanCup earlier in the summer.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16) (1.1)1, Tyson Gay USA 09.88 0.1482, Francis Obikwelu EUR POR 10.09 0.2053, Marc Burns AME TRI 10.14 0.1704, Uchenna Emedolu AFR NGR 10.14 0.1785, Ronald Pognon FRA 10.17 0.1646, Yang Yaozu ASI CHN 10.21 0.1897, Andrey Yepishin RUS 10.27 0.1888, Patrick Johnson OCE AUS 10.28 0.1439, Anastásios Goúsis GRE 10.34 0.154

This was the year Asafa Powell set two world records and won 22 outof 23 races, but he was absent from the Athens 100m and it was Gaywho solidified his position as world number two. After a false start byObikwelu, Burns was prominent when the race got going. Gay thendramatically pulled clear in the second 50m to clock a time in the 9.8swhen no-one else was under 10.

100 METRES

Leading point scorers:25 Linford Christie GBR 89-1, 92-1, 94-120 Olapade Adeniken AFR/NGR 89-4, 92-2, 94-215 Francis Obikwelu EUR/POR 2002-3, 2006-2

Uchenna Emedolu AFR/NGR 2002-1, 2006-4

Three or more appearances:3 Suchart Chairsuvaparb ASI/THA 77-6, 79-7, 81-8

AdenikenChristieMarc Blume GER 94-7, 98-7, 2002-6

100 METRES

Leading point scorers:25 Linford Christie GBR 89-1, 92-1, 94-120 Olapade Adeniken AFR/NGR 89-4, 92-2, 94-215 Francis Obikwelu EUR/POR 2002-3, 2006-2

Uchenna Emedolu AFR/NGR 2002-1, 2006-4

Three or more appearances:3 Suchart Chairsuvaparb ASI/THA 77-6, 79-7, 81-8

AdenikenChristieMarc Blume GER 94-7, 98-7, 2002-6

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200 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4) (1.0)1, Clancy Edwards USA 20.172, Pietro Mennea EUR ITA 20.173, Silvio Leonard AME CUB 20.304, Eugen Ray GDR 20.575, Bernd Sattler FRG 20.986, Toshio Toyota ASI JPN 21.247, Degnan Kablan AFR CIV 21.268, Colin McQueen OCE AUS 21.75

Ray ran an incredibly fast bend (10.20) before being caught first byEdwards, then Mennea and Leonard. The Italian then closed on theAmerican and both crossed the line together. Edwards, a late replace-ment for Steve Riddick, was given the verdict by the narrowest of mar-gins.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26) (0.0)1, Silvio Leonard AME CUB 20.342, Leszek Dunecki EUR POL 20.503, Peter Okodogbe AFR NGR 20.694, Bernhard Hoff GDR 20.735, Mel Lattany USA 20.756, Viktor Burakov URS 20.967, Yasuhiro Harada ASI JPN 21.148, Barry Besanko OCE AUS 21.19

Leonard, runner-up in the 100m and third in both the Düsseldorfsprints, finally won an individual World Cup sprint with a seasonalbest.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6) (0.1)1, Mel Lattany USA 20.212, Allan Wells EUR GBR 20.533, Frank Emmelmann GDR 20.574, Don Quarrie AME JAM 20.665, Giovanni Bongiorni ITA 21.116, Yuriy Naumenko URS 21.137, Degnan Kablan AFR CIV 21.208, Toshio Toyota ASI JPN 21.399, Peter van Miltenberg OCE AUS 21.88

Lattany, a 22 year-old American whose trademark was thick whitewristbands, had become one of the the world’s best since his fifth placein Montréal. The 100m winner Wells (lane 6) held the American (lane4) on the bend but could do nothing in response to Lattany’s second100m, which was timed in 9.71. “Mel Lattany finally has that champi-on’s belt on and nobody can take it away from him,” said the winner.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6) (0.5)1, Róbson da Silva AME BRA 20.442, Frank Emmelmann GDR 20.513, Darren Clark OCE AUS 20.784, Chang Jae-Keun ASI KOR 20.905, Carlo Simionato EUR ITA 21.096, Vladimir Muravyov URS 21.137, Simon Kipkemboi AFR KEN 21.50

Kirk Baptiste USA DQ (20.38)

Emmelmann led into the straight but was caught by both Baptiste (lane1) and da Silva. The American – silver medallist at the Olympic Gamesof 1984 – crossed the line first but was automatically disqualified fortaking several strides outside his lane at the start of the straight. Aprotest on behalf of Baptiste, who would have gained no advantage byhis action, was rejected. His loss was da Silva’s gain, as the unherald-ed Brazilian improved his best by 0.27.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10) (1.9)1, Róbson da Silva AME BRA 20.002, Floyd Heard USA 20.363, Olapade Adeniken AFR NGR 20.384, Stefano Tilli EUR ITA 20.415, Marcus Adam GBR 20.676, Steffen Bringmann GDR 20.747, Tim Jackson OCE AUS 20.938, Miguel Angel Gómez ESP 20.989, Chang Jae-Keun ASI KOR 21.25

Da Silva had enjoyed a tremendous season, with only one defeat and abest of 19.96. Running in lane 2, the Brazilian had a small lead athalfway before pulling clear for an impressive win.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27) (0.5)1, Róbson da Silva AME BRA 20.562, Linford Christie GBR 20.723, Jeff Williams USA 20.754, Oluyemi Kayode AFR NGR 20.775, Patrick Stevens EUR BEL 20.816, Zhao Cunlin ASI CHN 20.927, Edvin Ivanov EUN RUS 21.398, Chad Stephenson OCE AUS 21.49

European Champion John Regis apparently injured himself while jet-skiing before the meeting. His replacement Christie bid for the sprintdouble, but was denied by da Silva who notched up his third WorldCup win.

London 1994

(Sep 11) (-1.4)1, John Regis GBR 20.45

100 Metres, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsAFR 1 5 - 2 1 - 1 - - 63USA 3 1 1 3 - - - 1 1 58AME 2 2 2 1 1 1 - - 1 58EUR 1 1 3 2 - 1 1 1 - 53OCE - - - - 4 2 2 2 - 32GBR 3 - 1 - - - - - - 31ASI - - 1 - 2 2 1 4 - 30GDR - 1 2 1 - 1 - - - 29URS - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 10GER - - - - - 1 2 - - 8FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 5FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 396

100 Metres, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsAFR 1 5 - 2 1 - 1 - - 63USA 3 1 1 3 - - - 1 1 58AME 2 2 2 1 1 1 - - 1 58EUR 1 1 3 2 - 1 1 1 - 53OCE - - - - 4 2 2 2 - 32GBR 3 - 1 - - - - - - 31ASI - - 1 - 2 2 1 4 - 30GDR - 1 2 1 - 1 - - - 29URS - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 10GER - - - - - 1 2 - - 8FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 5FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 396

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2, Frankie Fredericks AFR NAM 20.553, Geir Moen EUR NOR 20.724, Ron Clark USA 21.005, Robert Kurnicki GER 21.02=6, Iván García AME CUB 21.10

Damien Marsh OCE AUS 21.108, Huang Danwei ASI CHN 21.23

An interesting element of the World Cup is that lanes are pre-ordainedwith no regard to merit. Therefore Regis, who clocked 19.87 earlier inthe summer, found himself in the difficult inside lane.

Linford Christie advised Regis – a former World Indoor Champion– to run as if he was indoors. This he did with a blistering bend, and heheld on to win ahead of World Champion Fredericks.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13) (1.3)1, Frankie Fredericks AFR NAM 19.972, Gentry Bradley USA 20.383, Troy Douglas EUR NED 20.404, Koji Ito ASI JPN 20.405, Doug Turner GBR 20.516, Sebastián Keitel AME CHI 20.627, Darryl Wohlson OCE AUS 20.758, Manuel Milde GER 20.85

One wonders what Fredericks might have achieved in good conditions.As it was, in temperatures of 7°C and on a puddle-strewn track, theNamibian broke 20 seconds after demolishing the rest of the field in thehomestraight.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21) (-0.6)1, Francis Obikwelu EUR POR 20.182, Frankie Fredericks AFR NAM 20.203, Marlon Devonish GBR 20.324, Ramon Clay USA 20.325, Dominic Demeritte AME BAH 20.476, Gennadiy Chernovol ASI KAZ 20.737, Julián Martínez ESP 21.238, Oliver Koenig GER 21.329, Dallas Roberts OCE NZL 21.61

The 1998 winner Fredericks (lane 7) was favourite to retain his title buthe could not get clear of another African who was representing Europe.Obikwelu – a Nigerian who transferred to Portugal – outdippedFredericks on the line. It was the Namibian’s only defeat at 200m in2002. In between the two principals, Devonish (lane 8) claimed thirdspot.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17) (0.1)1, Wallace Spearmon USA 19.872, Usain Bolt AME JAM 19.963, Shingo Suetsugu ASI JPN 20.304, Francis Obikwelu EUR POR 20.365, Patrick Johnson OCE AUS 20.526, Anastásios Goúsis GRE 20.697, Ivan Teplykh RUS 20.948, Stéphan Buckland AFR MRI 20.969, Manuel Reynaert FRA 21.87

Bolt (lane 5) ran a wonderful bend to lead clearly, but then from lane 9Spearmon edged in front as the Jamaican (20) showed his inexperience

by looking across in the closing stages of the race. The American’stime of 19.87 was 0.01 quicker than the personal best he had set theprevious weekend at the World Athletics Final.

400 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Alberto Juantorena AME CUB 45.362, Volker Beck GDR 45.503, Robert Taylor USA 45.574, Ryszard Podlas EUR POL 45.605, Franz-Peter Hofmeister FRG 45.786, Uday Khrishna Pradhu ASI IND 47.75

Felix Imadiyi AFR NGR DNSRick Mitchell OCE AUS DNS

Original race (Sep 3): 1, Beck 45.79; 2, Podlas 45.80; 3, Juantorena 45.83; 4,Taylor 46.24; 5, Hofmeister 46.48; 6, Imadiyi 46.54; 7, Mitchell 46.71; 8, Pradhu48.29

The day after his epic 800m win, Juantorena was at the centre of con-troversy when, shockingly, he was beaten into third pace in the one-lapevent. Drawn in lane 8, he protested that he had not heard the startinggun because of the noise of an aeroplane and cameras. He did not beginto run until his opponents were into their stride. The Cuban clockedonly 12.8 for the first 100m then ran the last 300m in 33.1, just failingto catch Beck and Podlas.

Juantorena’s protest was upheld, and it was decided to re-run therace on the following morning. The Cuban started slowly but moved infront in the home-straight to win by half a metre from Beck. The EastGerman, who said the decision to re-run the race was “a scandal”,broke the GDR record and was closing on Juantorena at the finish.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, El Kashief Hassan AFR SUD 45.392, Nikolay Chernetskiy URS 46.063, Tony Darden USA 46.124, Franz-Peter Hofmeister EUR FRG 46.36

200 METRES

Leading point scorers:25 Róbson da Silva AME/BRA 85-1, 89-1, 92-123 Frankie Fredericks AFR/NAM 94-2, 98-1, 2002-215 Francis Obikwelu EUR/POR 2002-1, 2006-4

Three or more appearances:3 da Silva

Fredericks

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 1 1 1 1 1+1= - - - 64.5USA 3 2 1 2 1 - - - - 64EUR 1 3 2 2 2 - - - - 63AFR 1 2 2 1 - - 3 1 - 50ASI - - 1 2 - 3 1 2 1 34GDR - 1 1 2 - 1 - - - 28OCE - - 1 - 1 1= 2 3 2 24.5GBR 1 1 1* - 2 - - - - 24URS - - - - - 3 - - - 10GER - - - - 1 - - 2 - 8ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 6ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2FRA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 9+2= 9 9 4 395* Non-scoring

200 METRES

Leading point scorers:25 Róbson da Silva AME/BRA 85-1, 89-1, 92-123 Frankie Fredericks AFR/NAM 94-2, 98-1, 2002-215 Francis Obikwelu EUR/POR 2002-1, 2006-4

Three or more appearances:3 da Silva

Fredericks

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 1 1 1 1 1+1= - - - 64.5USA 3 2 1 2 1 - - - - 64EUR 1 3 2 2 2 - - - - 63AFR 1 2 2 1 - - 3 1 - 50ASI - - 1 2 - 3 1 2 1 34GDR - 1 1 2 - 1 - - - 28OCE - - 1 - 1 1= 2 3 2 24.5GBR 1 1 1* - 2 - - - - 24URS - - - - - 3 - - - 10GER - - - - 1 - - 2 - 8ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 6ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2FRA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 9+2= 9 9 4 395* Non-scoring

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5, Frank Schaffer GDR 46.406, Colin Bradford AME JAM 46.887, Jim OʼSullivan OCE AUS 48.208, Shoichi Handa ASI JPN 48.58

The field was decimated by the withdrawal of Europe’s original selec-tion, Harald Schmid, and the loss of form of the Pan-AmericanChampion Darden. The US Collegiate Champion Hassan ended up aneasy winner from the fast-finishing Chernetskiy.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Cliff Wiley USA 44.882, Mauro Zuliani ITA 45.263, Bert Cameron AME JAM 45.274, Hartmut Weber EUR FRG 45.525, Viktor Markin URS 45.786, Andreas Knebel GDR 45.867, Hassan El Kasheef AFR SUD 45.968, Gary Minihan OCE AUS 46.859, Takeyuki Isobe ASI JPN 47.71

Wiley, who ran the third leg on the USA’s world record 4x100m squadin the 1977 World Cup, ran a breathtaking first 300m (31.9) to build upa 5m lead over one of the strongest fields of the meeting. He slowed,but not by enough to be caught by the chasing pack which was led byZuliani. He clipped the Italian record and pipped Cameron. TheJamaican was convinced that he had finished second and refused toshake hands with Zuliani at the awards ceremony.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Mike Franks USA 44.472, Thomas Schönlebe GDR 44.723, Innocent Egbunike AFR NGR 44.994, Darren Clark OCE AUS 45.125, Vladimir Krylov URS 45.736, Héctor Daley AME PAN 46.047, Aldo Canti EUR FRA 46.218, Mohammed Al-Malky ASI OMA 47.18

The most exciting race of the Canberra World Cup was marked by afast start by the crowd’s favourite, Clark, who flashed through 200m in21.1. Franks stayed with the pace and surged clear in the homestraight.His winning time was the best ever run outside the Americas, and hebecame the fourth-quickest man ever at low altitude.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Roberto Hernández AME CUB 44.582, Jens Carlowitz GDR 44.863, Gabriel Tiacoh AFR CIV 44.974, Mohammed Al-Malky ASI OMA 45.265, Antonio Pettigrew USA 45.306, Cayetano Cornet ESP 45.617, Edgar Itt EUR FRG 45.698, Mark Garner OCE AUS 46.089, Derek Redmond GBR 46.68

Hernández, who had clocked a hand-timed 44.3 in the 1989 AmericasCup, started quickly and finished well to win his second major titlewithin the space of 11 days – he took the World Student Games goldmedal the previous month.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Sunday Bada AFR NGR 44.992, Mark Richardson GBR 45.863, Chip Jenkins USA 46.104, Ibrahim Ismail ASI QAT 46.485, Slobodan Brankovic EUR YUG 46.876, Michael Joubert OCE AUS 47.247, Dmitriy Kliger EUN RUS 47.368, Troy Douglas AME BER 47.43

Richardson, runner up in the previous year’s European JuniorChampionships, went out hardest, but was caught and passed by the lit-tle-known Nigerian Bada.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Antonio Pettigrew USA 45.262, Duʼaine Ladejo GBR 45.443, Inaldo Sena AME BRA 45.674, Ibrahim Ismail ASI QAT 45.745, Matthias Rusterholz EUR SUI 45.926, Samson Kitur AFR KEN 45.987, Paul Greene OCE AUS 46.298, Daniel Bittner GER 46.73

Since placing an unnoticed fifth in the Barcelona World Cup, Pettigrewhad become World Champion in 1991. In London he scored his biggestvictory since that world title, defeating the newly-crowned EuropeanChampion, Ladejo.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Iwan Thomas GBR 45.332, Jerome Young USA 45.373, Troy McIntosh AME BAH 45.454, Clement Chukwu AFR NGR 45.565, Ashraf Saber EUR ITA 46.546, Sugath Tillakaratne ASI SRI 46.707, Patrick Dwyer OCE AUS 46.998, Stefan Letzelter GER 47.12Coming off the final bend, McIntosh led narrowly from Thomas,Chukwu and Young with all four men in adjacent lanes. As Chukwufaded it was Thomas – the newly-crowned European Champion – whogradually reeled in McIntosh while holding off Young.

“That was the toughest race of the year,” concluded the winner.“45.3? Hell, it felt like 42.3.”

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Michael Blackwood AME JAM 44.602, Ingo Schultz GER 44.863, Fawzi Al-Shammari ASI KUW 45.144, Eric Milazar AFR MRI 45.415, Clinton Hill OCE AUS 45.746, Tim Benjamin GBR 45.807, David Canal ESP 46.218, Zsolt Szeglet EUR HUN 46.26

Alvin Harrison USA DQ (r40.8) (45.46)

The times were fast despite a very wet track. Harrison and Schultz wentoff quickest and the American led into the straight before fading dras-tically. New Commonwealth Games Champion Blackwood then

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forged ahead with Schultz also finishing strongly from lane two.Harrison (originally fifth) was one of a series of retrospective drug dis-qualifyees at this meeting.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, LaShawn Merritt USA 44.542, Gary Kikaya AFR COD 44.663, Dimítrios Régas GRE 45.114, Alleyne Francique AME GRN 45.305, Daniel Dabrowski EUR POL 45.616, Vladislav Frolov RUS 45.767, Marc Raquil FRA 46.268, Clinton Hill OCE AUS 46.419, Rohan Pradeep Kumara ASI SRI 47.35

Mark Richardson’s “lane 1” world record of 44.37 from 1998 wasthreatened in a great race between the two principals, Merritt (lane 1)and Kikaya (lane 2). The African had finished ahead of the Americanin Stuttgart the previous week (44.10 to 44.14), but this time theAmerican came out on top. Régas produced a storming finish to over-take Francique and make a shocking improvement from 45.60 to aGreek record of 45.11.

800 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Alberto Juantorena AME CUB 1:44.042, Mike Boit AFR KEN 1:44.143, Willi Wülbeck FRG 1:45.474, Mark Enyeart USA 1:45.525, Jozef Plachy EUR TCH 1:45.536, John Higham OCE AUS 1:46.157, Olaf Beyer GDR 1:46.598, Sri Ram Singh ASI IND 1:47.28

This was a thrilling confrontation which must be regarded as one of themost exciting ever races at an IAAF event. As a result of the Africanboycott of the 1976 Olympic Games, athletics had been deprived of the

clash between Juantorena and Boit. The two had finally faced oneanother at Zürich’s Weltklasse a month before the World Cup, with theCuban winning, 1:43.64 to 1:44.64. Düsseldorf proved to be muchcloser.

Asian record holder Sri Ram Singh led at the break from lanes andtook the field through 400m in 52.31. Juantorena, shadowed by Boit,followed in 52.5. At the top of the backstraight, the Cuban movedahead, pursued by the Kenyan and Wülbeck. At 600m (1:18.9),Juantorena led by 3m. Boit gradually reduced the gap around the lastbend before trying to draw ahead in the homestraight. Juantorena anx-iously looked over his shoulder for Boit. Neither man faded as theCuban just kept in front of the Kenyan’s challenge for the entire lengthof the finishing straight.

“It was really a great race,” said Juantorena. “Mike Boit was astough as I had expected.”

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, James Maina AFR KEN 1:47.692, James Robinson USA 1:47.853, Willi Wülbeck EUR FRG 1:47.884, Olaf Beyer GDR 1:47.905, Agberto Guimarães AME BRA 1:48.86, Anatoliy Reshetnyak URS 1:49.47, John Higham OCE AUS 1:50.28, Faleh Naji ASI IRQ 1:55.4

Robinson led the tightly-bunched field at the bell (55.4). Some 180mlater, the race turned into a burn-up between him, Maina and the twoGermans. A 24.2 final 200m by Maina proved too quick for the otherthree.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Sebastian Coe EUR GBR 1:46.162, James Robinson USA 1:47.313, Detlef Wagenknecht GDR 1:47.494, Mike Hillardt OCE AUS 1:47.595, Omer Khalifa AFR SUD 1:47.636, Joaquim Cruz AME BRA 1:47.777, Carlo Grippo ITA 1:47.798, Nikolay Kirov URS 1:48.159, Abraham Rajan ASI IND 1:53.21

Coe’s winning time was slow in comparison with his recent worldrecord of 1:41.73, but his win was hugely impressive. Coe’s wide mar-gin of victory was accumulated only in the last 100m, when he glidedaway from the opposition after having taken over the lead at 500m.Only Wagenknecht, at 600m, attempted to challenge the Briton.Robinson was runner-up for the second successive World Cup.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Sammy Koskei AFR KEN 1:45.142, Viktor Kalinkin URS 1:45.723, Agberto Guimarães AME BRA 1:45.804, Detlef Wagenknecht GDR 1:45.835, Rob Druppers EUR NED 1:46.276, John Marshall USA 1:47.467, Peter Pearless OCE NZL 1:54.15

Batumalai Rajakumar ASI MAS DNF

Koskei, the third fastest man in history (1:42.28), took responsibility

400 METRES

Leading point scorers:13 Antonio Pettigrew USA 89-5, 94-111 Hassan el Kashief AFR/SUD 79-1, 81-710 Ibrahim Ismail ASI/QAT 92-4, 94-4

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 4 1 3 - 1 - - - - 64AME 3 - 3 1 - 2 - 1 - 59AFR 2 1 2 2 - 1 1 - - 54EUR - - - 3 4 - 2 1 - 41ASI - - 1 3 - 2 - 2 2 33GDR - 3 - - 1 1 - - - 30OCE - - - 1 1 1 3 3 - 25GBR 1 2 - - - 1* - - 1 23URS - 1 - - 2 - - - - 16GER - 1 - - - - - 2 - 10ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - - 1 1 - - 8GRE - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 3 391* Non-scoring

400 METRES

Leading point scorers:13 Antonio Pettigrew USA 89-5, 94-111 Hassan el Kashief AFR/SUD 79-1, 81-710 Ibrahim Ismail ASI/QAT 92-4, 94-4

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 4 1 3 - 1 - - - - 64AME 3 - 3 1 - 2 - 1 - 59AFR 2 1 2 2 - 1 1 - - 54EUR - - - 3 4 - 2 1 - 41ASI - - 1 3 - 2 - 2 2 33GDR - 3 - - 1 1 - - - 30OCE - - - 1 1 1 3 3 - 25GBR 1 2 - - - 1* - - 1 23URS - 1 - - 2 - - - - 16GER - 1 - - - - - 2 - 10ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - - 1 1 - - 8GRE - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - 1 - - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 3 391* Non-scoring

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for a pace (51.20 at the bell) which he knew would suit him best. Hisplan worked perfectly, and he was moving still further ahead of the oth-ers at the finish.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Tom McKean GBR 1:44.952, Jens-Peter Herold GDR 1:45.043, Nixon Kiprotich AFR KEN 1:45.084, Michael Macinko USA 1:46.475, Simon Doyle OCE AUS 1:46.676, Luis Karin Toledo AME MEX 1:47.217, Ari Suhonen EUR FIN 1:47.458, Tomás de Teresa ESP 1:47.949, Isidro del Prado ASI PHI 1:53.83

Episodes of bad luck in Rome 1987 and Seoul 1988 left Tom McKeanwith a reputation for performing badly at big events. He made amendsby winning a close, fast race from Herold and Kiprotich. The three bat-tled it out down the homestraight, but the Scotsman was always in con-trol.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, David Sharpe GBR 1:46.062, William Tanui AFR KEN 1:46.143, Andrea Benvenuti EUR ITA 1:46.534, José Luiz Barbosa AME BRA 1:47.665, Lee Jin-Il ASI KOR 1:47.856, Anatoliy Makarevich EUN BLR 1:47.887, Dean Kenneally OCE AUS 1:48.328, Terril Davis USA 1:48.50

Tanui looked set to add a World Cup win to his Olympic title. Theearly pace was reasonable (52.0 at 400m) and Tanui led into thestraight, pursued by IAAF Grand Prix Final winner Benvenuti. ThenSharpe, who had failed to make the British Olympic team, produced aspectacular final 100m to overhaul all of his better-known opponents.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Mark Everett USA 1:46.022, William Tanui AFR KEN 1:46.843, Craig Winrow GBR 1:47.164, Brendan Hanigan OCE AUS 1:47.415, Nico Motchebon GER 1:47.676, Tomás de Teresa EUR ESP 1:48.047, José Luiz Barbosa AME BRA 1:48.268, Kim Yong-Hwan ASI KOR 1:51.88

The 1994 World Cup was a dismal meeting for the United States, butone bright spot came with Everett’s win at 800m. He moved to thefront before the bell (52.01) and pulled away to win easily fromOlympic Champion Tanui.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Nils Schumann GER 1:48.662, Mark Everett USA 1:48.733, Norberto Téllez AME CUB 1:48.92

4, Japheth Kimutai AFR KEN 1:49.165, André Bucher EUR SUI 1:49.556, Andy Hart GBR 1:50.077, Shaun Farrell OCE NZL 1:50.698, Cheng Bin ASI CHN 1:53.11

Like Iwan Thomas in the 400m, Nils Schumann came to Johannesburgafter having just won a European title in Budapest. The German tookthe lead at 200m and went past the bell in 53.87. Schumann was still infront as the field turned into the final straight. A queue of four men –Kimutai, Everett, Bucher and Téllez – were poised to go past theGerman, but Schumann stayed ahead despite a strong challenge fromEverett, the 1994 winner.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Antonio Manuel Reina ESP 1:43.832, Djabir Saïd-Guerni AFR ALG 1:44.033, David Krummenacker USA 1:45.144, André Bucher EUR SUI 1:45.315, Nils Schumann GER 1:45.346, Osmar dos Santos AME BRA 1:46.017, Mikhail Kolganov ASI KAZ 1:47.458, James McIlroy GBR 1:48.43

Kris McCarthy OCE AUS DNF

Alberto Juantorena’s 1977 cup record finally fell after a race almost asgood as the Düsseldorf classic, and one which delighted the 17,272crowd at ’La Peineta’. Dos Santos made a fast race by leading at thebell in 50.96. Saïd-Guerni moved ahead by 600m (1:17.65) , tracked bylocal favourite Reina, who was only sixth at halfway but then ran astrong third 200m. The two slugged it out down the homestraightbefore the Spaniard – his hair bleached blond – went on to win in a newSpanish record.

McCarthy fell at around 420m and got up to walk off then actuallycrossed the line minutes after the others finished, but his performancewas judged to be a “dnf”.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Youssef Saad Kamel ASI BRN 1:44.982, Bram Som EUR NED 1:45.133, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi AFR RSA 1:45.144, Gary Reed AME CAN 1:45.545, Dmitriy Bogdanov RUS 1:46.316, Khadevis Robinson USA 1:46.457, Florent Lacasse FRA 1:47.308, Jason Stewart OCE NZL 1:49.019, Efthímios Papadópoulos GRE 1:49.45

This was the event where Europe effectively won the 2006 World Cupfrom the USA because while Robinson finished a disappointing sixth,European Champion Som ran above expectation to clinch second placeby one hundredth. The effect was to put Europe two points ahead withtwo events remaining. The American had led at the bell (51.91) at600m (1:18.84) before Kamal found a way through on the inside.

800 METRES

Leading point scorers:15 James Robinson USA 79-2, 81-2

Mark Everett USA 94-1, 98-214 William Tanui AFR/KEN 92-2, 94-2

Three or more appearances:None

800 METRES

Leading point scorers:15 James Robinson USA 79-2, 81-2

Mark Everett USA 94-1, 98-214 William Tanui AFR/KEN 92-2, 94-2

Three or more appearances:None

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1500 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Steve Ovett EUR GBR 3:34.452, Thomas Wessinghage FRG 3:35.983, Jürgen Straub GDR 3:37.54, Abderrahmane Morceli AFR ALG 3:37.85, Takahashi Ishii ASI JPN 3:38.26, Dave Hill AME CAN 3:39.27, Steve Scott USA 3:44.0

John Walker OCE NZL DNF

Great Britain’s decade of dominance in middle distance running beganwith this race, in which Steve Ovett proved he could win a fast race.Wessinghage, Walker (1:54.96 at 800m). The third lap was slower butin any case Ovett was always perfectly placed among the top three. Hillled into the last lap as the others gathered themselves, then Ovett burstin front just before the final bend. He killed all the opposition with thefirst few strides of his acceleration, so much so that Walker droppedout while in third place. Ovett was timed in 11.8 for the sectionbetween 1300m and1400m, so it was not surprising that he had won therace by the middle of the homestraight when he was waving to thecrowd. A superstar was born and Ovett would not lose at 1500m foranother three years.

“When I reached the straight and looked round I was surprised tosee I was 10m ahead,” said the winner, who was clocked at 11.8 for thepenultimate 100m.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Thomas Wessinghage EUR FRG 3:46.002, Vladimir Ponomaryov URS 3:46.133, Jürgen Straub GDR 3:46.304, Steve Scott USA 3:46.785, Mike Boit AFR KEN 3:46.856, Steve Foley OCE AUS 3:47.87, Paul Craig AME CAN 3:48.18, Rattan Singh ASI IND 3:52.4

Like the Montréal 800m, no-one wished to make the race quick and thesecond lap was covered in only 69.6. Boit took up the pace, and he ledthe pack into the homestraight where Wessinghage (25.2 last 200m)proved to be the fastest sprinter.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Steve Ovett EUR GBR 3:34.952, John Walker OCE NZL 3:35.493, Olaf Beyer GDR 3:35.584, Mike Boit AFR KEN 3:36.295, Sydney Maree USA 3:36.566, Nikolay Kirov URS 3:38.057, Claudio Patrignani ITA 3:39.418, John Craig AME CAN 3:39.869, Takahashi Ishii ASI JPN 3:40.93

Maree and Boit tried to take the sting out of Ovett’s finish, but theDüsseldorf winner followed their moves and coasted past on the lastbend to win with a final 100m of 13.4. Walker, who did not finish in1977, improved several places in the homestraight and outdippedBeyer for second place.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Omer Khalifa AFR SUD 3:41.162, Olaf Beyer GDR 3:41.263, Igor Lotarev URS 3:41.924, José Abascal EUR ESP 3:42.165, Mike Hillardt OCE AUS 3:42.656, Craig Masback USA 3:46.547, David Campbell AME CAN 3:47.938, Bagicha Singh ASI IND 3:54.88

Khalifa held off a close challenge from Beyer, though the East Germanmay well have won had he not been baulked at the start of the homes-traight by Abascal.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Abdi Bile AFR SOM 3:35.562, Sebastian Coe GBR 3:35.793, Jens-Peter Herold GDR 3:35.874, Gennaro Di Napoli EUR ITA 3:36.655, Dean Paulin OCE AUS 3:38.846, Fermín Cacho ESP 3:40.347, Terrance Herrington USA 3:40.888, Edgar de Oliveira AME BRA 3:41.599, Shigeki Nakayama ASI JPN 3:43.23

Coe and Bile ran cagily until the Briton took the lead at 1200m. At theend of the final bend Bile edged in front and quickly cut in, breakingCoe’s rhythm. Coe finished well but made no impression on theSomalian.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Mohammed Suleiman ASI QAT 3:38.372, Jonah Birir AFR KEN 3:40.253, Simon Fairbrother GBR 3:40.304, Fermín Cacho EUR ESP 3:42.785, Andrey Loginov EUN RUS 3:43.466, Edgar de Oliveira AME BRA 3:45.977, Darren Abbott OCE AUS 3:48.568, Charles Marsala USA 3:58.51

800 Metres, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsAFR 2 4 2 1 1 - - - - 69USA 1 3 1 2 - 2 - 1 - 56EUR 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 - - 53AME 1 - 2 2 1 3 1 - - 50OCE - - - 2 1 1 4 1 - 29GDR - 1 1 2 - - 1 - - 27GBR 2 - 1 - - 1 - 1* - 26ASI 1 - - - 1 - 1 4 2 22GER 1 - - - 2 - - - - 17URS - 1 - - - 1 - 1 - 12ESP 1 - - - - - - 1 - 11FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - - 1 - - - 3FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 3 393* Non-scoring

800 Metres, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsAFR 2 4 2 1 1 - - - - 69USA 1 3 1 2 - 2 - 1 - 56EUR 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 - - 53AME 1 - 2 2 1 3 1 - - 50OCE - - - 2 1 1 4 1 - 29GDR - 1 1 2 - - 1 - - 27GBR 2 - 1 - - 1 - 1* - 26ASI 1 - - - 1 - 1 4 2 22GER 1 - - - 2 - - - - 17URS - 1 - - - 1 - 1 - 12ESP 1 - - - - - - 1 - 11FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - - 1 - - - 3FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 3 393* Non-scoring

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Suleiman, who had just won a surprise bronze medal at the BarcelonaOlympic Games, became the first Asian man to win a World Cupevent.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Noureddine Morceli AFR ALG 3:34.702, Rüdiger Stenzel GER 3:40.043, Mohammed Suleiman ASI QAT 3:40.524, Jason Pyrah USA 3:41.555, Gary Lough GBR 3:44.106, José Valente AME BRA 3:44.327, Isaac Viciosa EUR ESP 3:47.228, Richard Potts OCE NZL 3:54.09

What was so special about Morceli’s victory was not his time – justoutside Steve Ovett’s cup record – or the speed of his last lap (53.43).It was the way the peerless Algerian opened up a gap of 40m in the last300m.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Laban Rotich AFR KEN 3:40.872, Rui Silva EUR POR 3:40.953, Anthony Whiteman GBR 3:40.994, Mohammed Suleiman ASI QAT 3:46.935, Hamish Christensen OCE NZL 3:48.646, Mark Ostendarp GER 3:49.567 Jason Pyrah USA 3:52.108, Steve Agar AME CAN 3:57.36

Rotich led from the start and the pace was moderate (800m: 1:59.85).Silva and Whiteman tracked the African and both made concerted bidsfor victory down the finishing straight, but the African held on for anarrow win. Rotich, a fireman in the Kenyan Air Force, had set a worldhigh altitude best of 3:33.1 earlier in 1998.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Bernard Lagat AFR KEN 3:31.202, Reyes Estévez ESP 3:33.673, Mehdi Baala EUR FRA 3:38.044, Youcef Abdi OCE AUS 3:41.015, Franek Haschke GER 3:41.586, Michael East GBR 3:41.887, Abdulrahman Suleiman ASI QAT 3:42.278, Hudson de Souza AME BRA 3:42.589, Seneca Lassiter USA 4:05.82

It was hoped that the great Hicham El Guerrouj would demonstrate thathe could win in a race without pacemakers, but the Moroccan withdrewfrom the African team and the race ended up being paced because any-way Lassister disgracefully set off quickly in a blatant bid to help histraining partner, the world #2 Bernard Lagat.

The American sped through 400m in 53.42 and 800m in 1:50.20before slowing to a jog. Meanwhile Lagat, Estevez and de Souza wereleft with a 20m lead from Baala who headed the chasing pack. TheKenyan pulled clear of the gallant Estevez on the last lap to demolishSteve Ovett’s cup record.

Lassiter, who finished last, issued a statement of apology the fol-lowing day, claiming that there had been no financial agreementbetween himself and Lagat and adding “I made a mistake that I amgreatly sorry for, which will never happen again.” His federation

described Lassiter’s actions as “grossly inappropriate in any nationalteam competition but especially in this competition.” The Americanhas yet to compete again internationally.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Alex Kipchirchir AFR KEN 3:52.602, Ivan Heshko EUR UKR 3:53.333, Nick Willis OCE NZL 3:54.764, Gabe Jennings USA 3:55.095, Ramil Aritkulov RUS 3:55.116, Nate Brannen AME CAN 3:55.167, Abdulrahman Suleiman ASI QAT 3:55.678, Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad FRA 3:55.899, Panayiótis Ikonómou GRE 3:59.00

The winning time was the slowest ever in a World Cup but there canhave been fewer faster last laps than the 49.4 produced by Kipchirchir.Willis had led to the bell, then the Kenyan took off. The only one torespond was Heshko, whose closing lap must also have been near to50-flat.

3000 Metres Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Dieter Baumann GER 7:56.242, Isaac Viciosa EUR ESP 7:56.473, Thomas Nyariki AFR KEN 7:59.464, Pablo Olmedo AME MEX 8:10.585, Toshinari Takaoka ASI JPN 8:12.196, Dan Browne USA 8:15.887, Neil Caddy GBR 8:16.818, Alan Bunce OCE NZL 8:20.98

Like the Johannesburg 1500m, this race developed into a three-waybattle between Kenya and two Europeans. Nyariki led until the finalbend when European 5000m Champion Viciosa took over, only for theSpaniard to be outkicked by Baumann. “I was not so confident in themiddle of the race,” admitted the German. “I had to keep relaxed andbelieve in myself.”

1500 METRES

Leading point scorers:19 Mohamed Suleiman ASI/QAT 92-1, 94-3, 98-418 Steve Ovett EUR/GBR 77-1, 81-115 Thomas WessinghageFRG, EUR/FRG 77-2, 79-1

Three or more appearances:3 Suleiman

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 1 - 2 1 - - - - 73EUR 3 2 1 3 - - 1 - - 66OCE - 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 - 40ASI 1 - 1 1 1 - 2 2 2 34USA - - - 3 1 1 3 1 1 34GDR - 1 4 - - - - - - 33AME - - - - - 4 2 4 - 25GBR - 1 2 - 1 1* - - - 24URS - 1 1 - - 1 - - - 17GER - 1 - - 1 1 - - - 15ESP - 1 - - - 1 - - - 12FRG - 1 - - - - - - - 7RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3FRA - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

1500 METRES

Leading point scorers:19 Mohamed Suleiman ASI/QAT 92-1, 94-3, 98-418 Steve Ovett EUR/GBR 77-1, 81-115 Thomas WessinghageFRG, EUR/FRG 77-2, 79-1

Three or more appearances:3 Suleiman

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 1 - 2 1 - - - - 73EUR 3 2 1 3 - - 1 - - 66OCE - 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 - 40ASI 1 - 1 1 1 - 2 2 2 34USA - - - 3 1 1 3 1 1 34GDR - 1 4 - - - - - - 33AME - - - - - 4 2 4 - 25GBR - 1 2 - 1 1* - - - 24URS - 1 1 - - 1 - - - 17GER - 1 - - 1 1 - - - 15ESP - 1 - - - 1 - - - 12FRG - 1 - - - - - - - 7RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3FRA - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

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Nyariki was only third, meaning that Africa and Europe were levelon 100 points with two events remaining.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Craig Mottram OCE AUS 7:41.372, David Galván AME MEX 7:47.433, Roberto García ESP 7:53.964, Paul Bitok AFR KEN 7:56.315, Anthony Whiteman GBR 8:03.336, Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama ASI QAT 8:08.317, Sergiy Lebid EUR UKR 8:08.658, Bolota Asmerom USA 8:10.669, Raphael Schäfer GER 8:33.89

An Oceanian man triumphed at the World Cup for the first time whenMottram won from the front. He established a fast temp (61.96 firstlap) and led through kilometres of 2:35.49 and 2:34.95. At this pointone felt that the African 5000m Champion Bitok was poised to movepast the Melburnian, but the African fell back with two laps remainingand the Australian surged clear of García before the bell and produceda eased-off 58.48 final lap for a comprehensive victory. This was thefinal individual event of the Madrid World Cup.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Craig Mottram OCE AUS 7:32.192, Kenenisa Bekele AFR ETH 7:36.253, Driss Maazouzi FRA 7:47.804, Kevin Sullivan AME CAN 7:47.995, Adam Goucher USA 7:48.156, Jesús España EUR ESP 7:50.097, Sergey Ivanov RUS 7:52.808, Tareq Mubarak Taher ASI BRN 8:03.709, Anastásios Frággos GRE 8:17.30

In 2002, Mottram became the first Oceanian man to win at a WorldCup. He repeated that victory in Athens defeating none other that themulti World Cross Country Champion Bekele.

The Ethiopian made it quick with an opening kilometre of 2:30.51including a lap of 58.63. Only Mottram could stay with this pace, butBekele then slowed and the Australian took over. The second kilome-tre slowed to 2:34.14, but then Mottram changed gears with 59.90 and60.75 on laps six and seven. Surprisingly, Bekele was dropped, leavingan ecstatic Mottram to win comfortably. So comfortably that he wasable to celebrate before clocking an Oceanian record.

5000 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 13:13.822, Marty Liquori USA 13:15.063, David Fitzsimons OCE AUS 13:17.424, Nick Rose EUR GBR 13:20.355, Manfred Kuschmann GDR 13:24.986, Karl Fleschen FRG 13:31.77, Hideki Kita ASI JPN 13:40.48, Domingo Tibaduiza AME COL 14:13.3

The race came to life just after halfway, when European Cup winnerRose surged. Only the 10,000m winner Yifter and the surprisingAustralian Fitzsimons could live with the pace of the British runner,who continued to take the lead until the bell, by which time Liquori hadbridged a 25m gap to join the leading trio.

The Ethiopian kicked with 300m to go and only the American wasable to respond. Liquori closed gradually and it looked for an instant asif he would pass Yifter. But the Ethiopian pulled clear again in thestraight. He ran the final 400m in 53.9 to Liquori’s 53.6.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 13:35.92, Valeriy Abramov URS 13:37.63, Markus Ryffel EUR SUI 13:38.64, Hansjörg Kunze GDR 13:39.85, Rodolfo Gómez AME MEX 13:40.66, Matt Centrowitz USA 13:42.07, David Fitzsimons OCE AUS 13:45.18, Gopal Singh Saini ASI IND 14:26.8

Yifter used precisely the same tactics as he had in the 10,000m twodays earlier, although this time his final 300m was even quicker at38.6. The confusion over the Ethiopian’s age was not clarified inMontréal. Yifter admitted he did not know but his estimate was 36!According to a birthdate revealed later – of May 15, 1944 – he was 35in 1979.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Eamonn Coghlan EUR IRL 14:08.392, Hansjörg Kunze GDR 14:08.543, Vittorio Fontanella ITA 14:09.064, Valeriy Abramov URS 14:09.855, Tolossa Kotu AFR ETH 14:11.146, Matt Centrowitz USA 14:11.147, Gopal Singh Saini ASI IND 14:14.888, Paul Williams AME CAN 14:24.219, Peter Renner OCE NZL 14:31.67

Coghlan was a favourite but was dropped when Abramov surged athalfway. Fontanella (8:47.20 at 3000m) then took over and slowedthings up, giving the Irishman a second chance. A 38.6 final 300m byCoghlan was sufficient to win from Kunze, who was to lower theEuropean record to 13:10.40 three days later.

3000 Metres, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

FRA - - 1 - - - - - - 7RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3GBR - - - - 1* - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 125* Non-scoring

3000 METRES

Leading point scorers:18 Craig Mottram OCE/AUS 2002-1, 2006-18 Dieter Baumann GER 98-1

David Galván AME/MEX 2002-2Kenenisa Bekele AFR/ETH 2006-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR - 1 1 1 - - - - - 20OCE 2 - - - - - - 1 - 19AME - 1 - 2 - - - - - 19EUR - 1 - - - 1 1 - - 15ASI - - - - 1 1 - 1 - 11USA - - - - 1 1 - 1 - 11GER 1 - - - - - - - 1 10ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7

3000 METRES

Leading point scorers:18 Craig Mottram OCE/AUS 2002-1, 2006-18 Dieter Baumann GER 98-1

David Galván AME/MEX 2002-2Kenenisa Bekele AFR/ETH 2006-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR - 1 1 1 - - - - - 20OCE 2 - - - - - - 1 - 19AME - 1 - 2 - - - - - 19EUR - 1 - - - 1 1 - - 15ASI - - - - 1 1 - 1 - 11USA - - - - 1 1 - 1 - 11GER 1 - - - - - - - 1 10ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7

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Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Doug Padilla USA 14:04.112, Stefano Mei EUR ITA 14:05.993, Wodajo Bulti AFR ETH 14:07.174, Frank Heine GDR 14:07.605, Aleksandr Khudyakov URS 14:10.356, Dean Crowe OCE NZL 14:11.327, Mauricio González AME MEX 14:11.788, Kozo Akutsu ASI JPN 14:12.72

The field, which went through 3000m in 8:46.8, were still togetherwhen Bulti, the 10,000m winner, made a run for home with two lapsremaining. Mei, Khudyakov and Padilla covered this move, and in thelast lap Mei struck first. Padilla – who had recently lowered his 800mbest to 1:48.30 – followed and glided past the Italian off the final bendto win. His eight points were a vital contribution to the USA’s teamvictory of 1985.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Saïd Aouita AFR MAR 13:23.142, John Doherty EUR IRL 13:25.393, José Luis Carreira ESP 13:25.944, Jack Buckner GBR 13:26.895, Wang Helin ASI CHN 13:45.586, Uwe Pflugner GDR 13:46.847, Andrew Lloyd OCE AUS 13:54.928, Keith Brantly USA 14:05.149, Ignacio Fragoso AME MEX 14:22.88

Aouita was in complete control and led for most of the race before run-ning the last 200m in 25.85 to outsprint three European opponents.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Fita Bayissa AFR ETH 13:41.232, Arturo Barrios AME MEX 13:50.953, James Farmer USA 14:02.904, Abel Antón EUR ESP 14:11.485, Wang Helin ASI CHN 14:13.686, Phillip Clode OCE NZL 14:14.277, John Mayock GBR 14:16.958, Vyacheslav Shabunin EUN RUS 14:28.74

Africa scored a fifth track win in Havana through fast-finishingBayissa, who had won the Olympic bronze medal in Barcelona.Africa’s closest rivals in the team contest, Great Britain, lost valuablepoints when World Student Games Champion Mayock could placeonly seventh.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Brahim Lahlafi AFR MAR 13:27.962, John Nuttall GBR 13:32.473, Martin Bremer GER 13:33.574, Robbie Johnston OCE NZL 13:37.135, Bahadur Prasad ASI IND 13:37.206, Gabino Apolonio AME MEX 13:51.737, Abel Antón EUR ESP 13:55.028, Dan Mayer USA 14:07.65

Lahlafi – whose training partner Khalid Skah dominated the 10,000mtwo days earlier – front-ran to a Moroccan double in the men’s distanceevents. He had a 40m lead after the first kilometre and held most of thatat the finish.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Daniel Komen AFR KEN 13:46.572, Shaun Creighton OCE AUS 13:53.663, Dieter Baumann GER 13:58.404, Pablo Olmedo AME MEX 14:01.665, Keith Cullen GBR 14:13.326, Dan Browne USA 14:22.487, Abdellah Béhar EUR FRA 14:24.41

Gulab Chand ASI IND DNF

Daniel Komen broke the world record at 5000m in 1997 but had beenconcentrating on short distances in 1998. Back in his main event, hescored one of the easiest wins of the weekend. Baumann tried to holdon to the Kenyan but could not live with Komen’s surges and eventu-ally finished third. At the finish, Komen spread his arms wide as if tosay ’was that a race?’

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Alberto García ESP 13:30.042, Paul Kosgei AFR KEN 13:31.713, Smail Sghir EUR FRA 13:32.824, Meb Keflezighi USA 13:33.445, John Mayock GBR 13:38.636, Michael May GER 13:39.737, Abdulhak Zakaria ASI BRN 13:54.688, Mike Power OCE AUS 13:58.079, Sean Kaley AME CAN 14:33.57

García tracked Power, Kosgei and Keflezighi as they took turns to leadat a moderate pace (8:10.18 at 3000m). The Spanaird then exploded onthe final lap to win easily after a 26.0 last 200m.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Saif Saaeed Shaheen ASI QAT 13:35.302, Mike Kigen AFR KEN 13:36.193, Matt Tegenkamp USA 13:36.834, Jan Fitschen EUR GER 13:45.385, Marilson dos Santos AME BRA 13:47.156, Khalid Zoubaa FRA 13:49.447, Sergey Ivanov RUS 13:50.168, Adrian Blincoe OCE NZL 14:03.299, Padeleímon Savvópoulos GRE 14:26.62

Asia had their best ever World Cup result in 2006, thanks to theAfrican athletes who had been transferred to Gulf states. The mostnotable of these, Qatar’s Saif Saaeed Shaheen (formerly StephenCherono) was even the male star of meeting with victories in thesteeplechase and first the 5000m. He toyed with the field, allowingFitschen, Savvópoulos and Kigen to be in front before moving in frontat 3000m (8:30.82) then running the next 200m in a snappy 27.61. Heeased back after then but surged again at 4400m, clocking 55.40 for thenext lap then throttling back while Kigen and Tegenkamp closed invain in the last 200m.

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10,000 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 28:32.32, Jörg Peter GDR 28:34.03, Jos Hermens EUR NED 28:35.04, Detlef Uhlemann FRG 28:38.75, Rodolfo Gómez AME MEX 28:45.56, Frank Shorter USA 28:52.57, Toshiaki Kamata ASI JPN 28:56.3

Chris Wardlaw OCE AUS DNF

A slow race, which Hermens led at 5000m (14:18.4). Shorter then tookover, but the race began in earnest when European Cup winner Petersurged in the final kilometre. Only Yifter, Hermens and Uhlemann –who fell earlier in the race – remained in contact. The Ethiopian wait-ed until the final backstraight before flying past everyone to win witha 39.7 last 300m.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Miruts Yifter AFR ETH 27:53.072, Craig Virgin USA 27:59.553, Aleksandr Antipov URS 28:25.174, Gerard Barratt OCE AUS 28:29.765, Peter Butler AME CAN 28:40.836, Werner Schildhauer GDR 29:15.527, John Treacy EUR IRL 29:25.308, Edward Vincent ASI IND 29:26.50

United States record holder Craig Virgin tried all he could to drain thefinishing strength from Yifter, and forced the Ethiopian to lead by com-ing to a virtual stop at 6000m. But nothing could prevent Africa (andYifter) maintaining a 100% record in the World Cup distance races.This time his last 300m took 38.9.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Werner Schildhauer GDR 27:38.43

2, Mohammed Kedir AFR ETH 27:39.443, Alberto Salazar USA 27:40.694, Venanzio Ortis ITA 27:42.705, Martti Vainio EUR FIN 27:48.626, Toomas Turb URS 27:54.187, Kunimitsu Ito ASI JPN 28:35.958, Steve Austin OCE AUS 28:51.709, Peter Butler AME CAN 29:47.05

The fast times were due to the pace-setting of Salazar, who led from thestart and passed halfway in 13:54.22. Kedir then led for a kilometrebefore Salazar took over again. With four laps remaining, the six menstill in contention were cooled by torrential rain. The crowd’s favouriteOrtis struck for home, but was overhauled by Kedir.

The Ethiopian succeeded in dropping all but European Cup winnerSchildhauer (6th in 1979). The East German overtook the African inthe home-straight and went on to remove more than 10 seconds fromhis GDR record.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Wodajo Bulti AFR ETH 29:22.962, Pat Porter USA 29:23.023, Werner Schildhauer GDR 29:25.634, Martín Pitayo AME MEX 29:35.855, Vincent Rousseau EUR BEL 29:53.236, Rex Wilson OCE NZL 30:06.237, Gennadiy Temnikov URS 30:09.948, Zhang Guowei ASI CHN 30:26.58

Schildhauer returned to contest his third World Cup 10,000m, but wasno match for Porter and Bulti who had a lively battle over the final lap.

Porter led into the straight but Bulti, with a peculiar shufflingstride, moved ahead again and stayed there to the finish.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Salvatore Antibo EUR ITA 28:05.262, Addis Abebe AFR ETH 28:06.433, Antonio Prieto ESP 28:07.424, Haruo Urata ASI JPN 28:08.325, Rolando Vera AME ECU 28:11.196, Steve Moneghetti OCE AUS 28:16.837, Keith Brantly USA 28:37.598, Gary Staines GBR 28:39.509, Andre Wessel GDR 29:02.28

After a fluctuating pace, Urata led at halfway in 14:11.85. At 8000m,six men were still in contention. Abebe and Antibo pulled away at thestart of the final kilometre, only to be reeled in by Urata, Vera andPrieto by the bell. The Asian and South American each took the lead ina frantic last lap, before Antibo sprinted away.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Addis Abebe AFR ETH 28:44.382, Antonio Serrano EUR ESP 28:54.383, Mikhail Dasko EUN RUS 29:00.264, Ian Hamer GBR 29:14.055, Armando Quintanilla AME MEX 29:21.046, Sakae Osaki ASI JPN 30:05.097, Rodney Higgins OCE AUS 30:20.008, Peter Sherry USA 30:38.57

5000 METRES

Leading point scorers:17 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH 77-1, 79-113 Valeriy Abramov URS 79-2, 81-4

Hansjörg Kunze GDR 79-4, 81-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 2 1 - 1 - - - - 77EUR 1 2 2 3 - - 2 - - 57USA 1 1 2 1 - 3 - 2 - 47OCE - 1 1 1 - 2 2 2 1 35ASI 1 - - - 3 - 3 2 - 33AME - 1 - 1 2 1 1 2 2 32GDR - 1 - 2 1 1 - - - 26GBR - 1 - 1 1+1* - 1 - - 19URS - 1 - 1 1 - - - - 17GER - - 2 - - 1 - - - 17ESP 1 - 1 - - - - - - 16ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

5000 METRES

Leading point scorers:17 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH 77-1, 79-113 Valeriy Abramov URS 79-2, 81-4

Hansjörg Kunze GDR 79-4, 81-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 2 1 - 1 - - - - 77EUR 1 2 2 3 - - 2 - - 57USA 1 1 2 1 - 3 - 2 - 47OCE - 1 1 1 - 2 2 2 1 35ASI 1 - - - 3 - 3 2 - 33AME - 1 - 1 2 1 1 2 2 32GDR - 1 - 2 1 1 - - - 26GBR - 1 - 1 1+1* - 1 - - 19URS - 1 - 1 1 - - - - 17GER - - 2 - - 1 - - - 17ESP 1 - 1 - - - - - - 16ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

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Abebe, the Olympic bronze medallist, coped best with the heat andhumidity to go one better than in 1989.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Khalid Skah AFR MAR 27:38.742, Antonio Silio AME ARG 28:16.543, Rob Denmark GBR 28:20.654, Stéphane Franke GER 28:32.075, Alyan Al-Qahtani ASI KSA 28:41.216, Róbert Stefko EUR SVK 28:45.327, Phillip Clode OCE NZL 29:19.878, Jim Westphal USA 29:22.39

Skah helped set the tone for the weekend with a crushing victory forAfrica, in which he lapped three of the field. The Moroccan strung outthe field with a 64.51 first lap and pulled away easily.

Despite heavy rain which fell in the second half of the race, Skahonly narrowly failed to set a new cup record.

3000m Steeplechase Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Michael Karst FRG 8:21.602, Eshetu Tura AFR ETH 8:22.53, George Malley USA 8:25.24, Euan Robertson OCE NZL 8:25.55, Frank Baumgartl GDR 8:26.46, Masanari Shintaku ASI JPN 8:48.77, Carlos Martínez AME MEX 8:58.7

Dan Glans EUR SWE DNF

The pace was set by Glans, who passed 2000m in 5:38.4.Unfortunately, he fell heavily at the third water jump from home andfailed to finish. This left Tura in front, but, to the delight of the crowd,the Ethiopian was outpaced by Karst’s final kilometre of 2:43.2.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Kip Rono AFR KEN 8:25.97

2, Ralf Pönitzsch GDR 8:29.283, Mariano Scartezzini EUR ITA 8:29.444, Henry Marsh USA 8:30.095, Masanari Shintaku ASI JPN 8:40.006, Anatoliy Dimov URS 8:46.237, Philippe Lahuerte AME CAN 8:54.688, Howard Healey OCE AUS 9:15.06

Shinkatu tried to stay with Rono, but the Kenyan went clear at halfwayand was 50m in front at the bell. This was reduced by 30m byPönitzsch, Scartezzini and Marsh as they battled for second place.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Boguslaw Maminski EUR POL 8:19.892, Mariano Scartezzini ITA 8:19.933, Masanari Shintaku ASI JPN 8:23.644, Ralf Pönitzsch GDR 8:24.135, Greg Duhaime AME CAN 8:25.126, Sergey Yepishin URS 8:28.787, Eshetu Tura AFR ETH 8:35.238, Peter Larkins OCE AUS 8:39.63

Henry Marsh USA DQ (8:19.63)

Pöntizsch and Maminski were the early pacemakers but most eyeswere on Scartezzini, winner at the past two European Cup Finals. Heforged ahead in the last half lap but was reeled in by Maminski at thefinal hurdle. Both men were then dramatically passed by Marsh, whoknocked Maminski as he squeezed through a gap between the Pole andItalian.

The American was quickly disqualified. Not for bumpingMaminski, but for failing to clear the penultimate water jump. TheAmerican, a lawyer, claimed he had been baulked and was forced torun inside the hurdle. The television coverage missed the alleged inci-dent and his appeal was rejected.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Julius Kariuki AFR KEN 8:39.512, Henry Marsh USA 8:39.553, Graeme Fell AME CAN 8:40.304, Ivan Konovalov URS 8:41.465, Hagen Melzer GDR 8:42.926, Joseph Mahmoud EUR FRA 8:50.867, Peter Renner OCE NZL 8:54.968, Shigeyuki Aikyo ASI JPN 8:55.35

Despite a slow early pace, the fast-finishing American Marsh failed inhis third attempt to win a World Cup steeplechase. He tracked Kariukiall the way around the final lap but, after a poor water jump, was edgedout by the Kenyan at the finish.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Julius Kariuki AFR KEN 8:20.842, Alessandro Lambruschini EUR ITA 8:21.753, Hagen Melzer GDR 8:23.214, Brian Diemer USA 8:24.525, Tom Hanlon GBR 8:28.346, Adauto Domingues AME BRA 8:28.657, Benito Nogales ESP 8:28.918, Hiroyuki Itabashi ASI JPN 8:38.699, Michael Inwood OCE AUS 8:46.51

10,000 METRES

Leading point scorers:18 Werner Schildhauer GDR 79-6, 81-1, 85-317 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH 77-1, 79-116 Addis Abebe AFR/ETH 89-2, 92-1

Three or more appearances:3 Schildhauer

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 5 2 - - - - - - - 57EUR 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 - - 36AME - 1 - 1 4 - - - 1 30USA - 2 1 - - 1 1 2 - 29GDR 1 1 1 - - 1 - - 1 26ASI - - - 1 1 1 2 2 - 20URS/EUN - - 2 - - 1 1 - - 18OCE - - - 1 - 2 2 1 - 18GBR - - 1 1 - - - 1 - 13ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7ITA - - - 1 - - - - - 6FRG - - - 1 - - - - - 5GER - - - 1 - - - - - 5Totals 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 2 270

Discontinued after 1994

10,000 METRES

Leading point scorers:18 Werner Schildhauer GDR 79-6, 81-1, 85-317 Miruts Yifter AFR/ETH 77-1, 79-116 Addis Abebe AFR/ETH 89-2, 92-1

Three or more appearances:3 Schildhauer

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 5 2 - - - - - - - 57EUR 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 - - 36AME - 1 - 1 4 - - - 1 30USA - 2 1 - - 1 1 2 - 29GDR 1 1 1 - - 1 - - 1 26ASI - - - 1 1 1 2 2 - 20URS/EUN - - 2 - - 1 1 - - 18OCE - - - 1 - 2 2 1 - 18GBR - - 1 1 - - - 1 - 13ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7ITA - - - 1 - - - - - 6FRG - - - 1 - - - - - 5GER - - - 1 - - - - - 5Totals 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 2 270

Discontinued after 1994

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Hanlon had a lead of 20m at one stage, but faded to sixth as Kariukiretained his title with a final kilometre inside 2:40.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Phillip Barkutwo AFR KEN 8:26.812, William Van Dijck EUR BEL 8:32.063, Shaun Creighton OCE AUS 8:33.794, Hamid Sadjadi ASI IRI 8:44.855, Vladimir Pronin EUN RUS 8:45.356, Colin Walker GBR 8:47.617, Dan Nelson USA 9:03.27

Clodoaldo do Carmo AME BRA DNF

Africa’s domination of the distance events in Havana continued with acomfortable win by Barkutwo, who earlier in September had becomethe third-quickest man ever in the event at 8:05.37.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Moses Kiptanui AFR KEN 8:28.282, Saad Al-Asmari ASI KSA 8:35.743, Alessandro Lambruschini EUR ITA 8:40.344, Colin Walker GBR 8:41.145, Martin Strege GER 8:45.186, Ricardo Vera AME URU 8:58.807, Dan Reese USA 9:15.168, Peter Brett OCE AUS 9:19.11

In awfully wet conditions, Kiptanui scored a routine victory – Kenya’sand Africa’s fourth in a row at this event.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Damian Kallabis GER 8:31.252, Bernard Barmasai AFR KEN 8:31.853, Saad Al-Asmari ASI KSA 8:39.694, Alessandro Lambrushchini EUR ITA 8:54.105, Christian Stephenson GBR 8:55.676, Wander Moura AME BRA 8:59.067, Pascal Dobert USA 9:08.368, Steve Thurston OCE AUS 9:37.13

The biggest surprise of the weekend came when the Kenyan worldrecord holder Barmasai was defeated by European Champion Kallabis.The German followed as Barmasai led through 1000m in 2:51.63 and2000m in 5:41.62. With two laps to go it was Barmasai from Kallabis– who only arrived in Johannesburg the day before the race – with Al-Asmari a close third. The Saudi athlete moved into second spot at thebell, but was quickly dropped when Barmasai picked up the pace. Thewater jump was set inside the track, so a sharp turn was necessary andit was at this point that Kallabis slipped through into the lead. TheGerman then sprinted clear on the run-in, leaving Barmasai with thedubious distinction of being the first Kenyan to lose a World Cupsteeplechase.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Wilson Boit Kipketer AFR KEN 8:25.342, Luís Miguel Martín ESP 8:26.35

3, Khamis Abdulla Saifeldin ASI QAT 8:30.664, Anthony Famiglietti USA 8:32.725, Simon Vroemen EUR NED 8:36.066, Peter Nowill OCE AUS 8:39.227, Filmon Ghirmai GER 8:42.298, Stuart Stokes GBR 8:43.389, Joël Bourgeois AME CAN 8:56.13

African men had surprisingly lost the two long distance races inMadrid but prevailed again in the steeplechase when former worldrecord holder Boit Kipketer overtook Martin just before the waterjump. Famiglietti set the pace with 3:46.83 at 1000m and 5:39.33 at2000m. The last lap was covered n 61.86.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Saif Saaeed Shaheen ASI QAT 8:19.092, Paul Kipsiele Koech AFR KEN 8:19.373, Bouabdallah Tahri FRA 8:29.064, Jukka Keskisalo EUR FIN 8:29.425, Youcef Abdi OCE AUS 8:36.136, Pavel Potapovich RUS 8:38.957, Steve Slattery USA 8:43.158, Fernando Alex Fernandes AME BRA 8:51.339, Aléxandros Lítsis GRE 9:10.83

World Champion Shaheen was given a much tougher race in his spe-ciality than he had in the 5000m one day earlier. Koech was responsi-ble for a quickening page with kilometres of 2:58.64 and 2:47.67. Notsurprisingly the two men of Kenyan origin were by themselves at thebell with Koech leading in 7:21.92. Shaheen moved ahead down thelast backstraight and held on for victory though both men would havecompleted the last lap in less than 57.5.

110 Metres Hurdles Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4) (0.0)1, Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.41

3000 METRES STEEPLECHASE

Leading point scorers:19 Alessandro Lambruschini EUR/ITA 89-2, 94-3, 98-417 Julius Kariuki AFR/KEN 85-1, 89-114 Masanari Shintaku ASI/JPN 77-6, 79-5, 81-3

Mariano Scartezzini EUR/ITA, ITA 79-3, 81-2

Three or more appearances:3 Shintaku

Henry Marsh USA 79-4, 81-dq, 85-2Lambruschini

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 3 - - - - 1 - - 75EUR 1 2 2 2 1 1 - - - 55ASI 1 1 3 1 1 1 - 2 - 51USA - 1 1 3 - - 4 - - 39AME - - 1 - 1 3 2 1 1 29GDR - 1 1 1 2 - - - - 28OCE - - 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 28GBR - - - 1 2 1 - 1* - 17GER 1 - - - 1 - 1 - - 15URS - - - 1 - 2 - - - 12ESP - 1 - - - - 1 - - 11FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8FRA - - 1 - - - - - - 7EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 3 393* Non-scoring

3000 METRES STEEPLECHASE

Leading point scorers:19 Alessandro Lambruschini EUR/ITA 89-2, 94-3, 98-417 Julius Kariuki AFR/KEN 85-1, 89-114 Masanari Shintaku ASI/JPN 77-6, 79-5, 81-3

Mariano Scartezzini EUR/ITA, ITA 79-3, 81-2

Three or more appearances:3 Shintaku

Henry Marsh USA 79-4, 81-dq, 85-2Lambruschini

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 6 3 - - - - 1 - - 75EUR 1 2 2 2 1 1 - - - 55ASI 1 1 3 1 1 1 - 2 - 51USA - 1 1 3 - - 4 - - 39AME - - 1 - 1 3 2 1 1 29GDR - 1 1 1 2 - - - - 28OCE - - 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 28GBR - - - 1 2 1 - 1* - 17GER 1 - - - 1 - 1 - - 15URS - - - 1 - 2 - - - 12ESP - 1 - - - - 1 - - 11FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8FRA - - 1 - - - - - - 7EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 3 393* Non-scoring

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2, Alejandro Casañas AME CUB 13.503, Charles Foster USA 13.514, Jan Pusty EUR POL 13.665, Godwin Obasogie AFR NGR 13.956, Dieter Gebhard FRG 14.097, Warren Parr OCE AUS 14.238, Ishtaq Mubarak ASI MAS 14.37

World record holder Casañas paid for hitting the ninth hurdle, openingthe way for Munkelt to pull clear for victory.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26) (0.0)1, Renaldo Nehemiah USA 13.392, Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.423, Alejandro Casañas AME CUB 13.444, Aleksandr Pushkov URS 13.745, Jan Pusty EUR POL 13.886, Godwin Obasogie AFR NGR 14.187, Michael Wilson OCE AUS 14.59

Yoshifumi Fujimori ASI JPN DNF

On paper, Nehemiah was the big favourite, having lowered the worldrecord twice in spring of 1979 to 13.00. However, earlier in the monthin Zürich he had suffered his first defeat of the season and almost cameto grief in Montréal with mistakes at the first and ninth barriers. Theseensured a tight race with the winner and runner-up from 1977 –Munkelt and Casañas. A strong finish saved the world record holder.“Those last three steps were the hardest of the whole year,” said arelieved Nehemiah.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6) (-0.2)1, Greg Foster USA 13.322, Alejandro Casañas AME CUB 13.363, Julius Ivan EUR TCH 13.664, Andreas Schlisske GDR 13.725, Yuriy Chervanyev URS 13.766, Daniele Fontecchio ITA 13.907, Tim Soper OCE NZL 14.318, Yoshifumi Fujimori ASI JPN 14.319, Charles Kokoyo AFR KEN 14.63

The United States selection policy meant that world record holderRenaldo Nehemiah was not considered because he missed the USChampionships through injury. The USA won anyway, though GregFoster had a tough race against the faster-starting Casañas.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6) (3.1)1, Tonie Campbell USA 13.35w2, Sergey Usov URS 13.623, Jörg Naumann GDR 13.764, Donald Wright OCE AUS 13.79=5, György Bakos EUR HUN 13.83

Yu Zhicheng ASI CHN 13.837, René Djédjémel AFR CIV 14.208, Jesús Aguilasocho AME MEX 14.64

A clear victory for Campbell and also a remarkable comeback. Afterserious knee surgery the previous April, doctors had told him he mightnever run again.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10) (2.6)1, Roger Kingdom USA 12.87w2, Colin Jackson GBR 12.953, Emilio Valle AME CUB 13.214, Holger Pohland GDR 13.505, Javier Moracho ESP 13.836, Toshihiko Iwasaki ASI JPN 14.007, Ikechukwu Mbadugha AFR NGR 14.058, John Caliguri OCE AUS 14.18

Tomasz Nagórka EUR POL DNS

Jackson (lane 4) and Kingdom (lane 9) had a fine tussle, with theAmerican world record holder getting the better of the Welshman bythe ninth hurdle. There was disbelief when the photo-cell clock at thefinish displayed 12.88, 0.04 quicker than Kingdom’s world record.There had been a tailwind of 2.6, but the track was soaked after a rain-storm so fierce that the race had been delayed by half an hour. The offi-cial winning time was adjusted to 12.87, with Jackson also cracking 13seconds.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26) (0.3)1, Colin Jackson GBR 13.07 0.1462, Sergey Usov EUN UZB 13.55 0.2073, Emilio Valle AME CUB 13.69 0.2214, John Owens USA 13.76 0.2245, Kyle Vander-Kuyp OCE AUS 13.83 0.1826, Claes Albihn EUR SWE 14.12 0.1497, Marcellin Dally AFR CIV 14.39 0.2258, Kazuhiko Yamazaki ASI JPN 14.83 0.219

Jackson had proved unbeatable since the Olympic Games, where hehad finished a disappointing seventh. Drawn in lane one, he producedarguably the best men’s performance of the meeting to win by 5m in13.07.

London 1994

(Sep 11) (-1.6)1, Tony Jarrett GBR 13.23 0.1462, Allen Johnson USA 13.29 0.1963, Emilio Valle AME CUB 13.45 0.2344, Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.47 0.2425, Li Tong ASI CHN 13.59 0.1706, Kyle Vander-Kuyp OCE AUS 13.71 -7, Kehinde Aladefa AFR NGR 14.03 0.1648, Antti Haapakoski EUR FIN 14.11 0.135

Britain did not need world record holder Colin Jackson, a late with-drawal. Jarrett, who the previous day ran the second leg for the victo-rious 4x100m squad, ran his best race of the year to win from rising USstar Allen Johnson.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13) (2.0)1, Falk Balzer GER 13.10 0.0312, Colin Jackson GBR 13.11 0.1503, Anier García AME CUB 13.14 0.1434, Robin Korving EUR NED 13.25 0.1585, Chen Yanhao ASI JPN 13.49 0.1606, Rod Zuyderwyck OCE AUS 13.78 0.0197, Shawn Bownes AFR RSA 21.33 0.1678, Reggie Torian USA 30.29 0.140

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Falk Balzer got a flier as his reaction time was recorded as 0.031, butthere was no recall. The German went on to win the race in 13.10, justone hundredth ahead of Jackson, who along with García closed updrastically on Balzer. Formal protests over the start were lodged byGreat Britain and the Americas, but these were rejected.

Running in the lane between Jackson and García, the USA’s Torianwas well-placed until he landed badly after the eight, hit the ninth andpushed over the 10th.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21) (-2.2)1, Anier García AME CUB 13.10 0.1362, Allen Johnson USA 13.45 0.1353, Stanislav Olijar EUR LAT 13.58 0.1514, Shaun Bownes AFR RSA 13.67 0.1465, Felipe Vivancos ESP 13.79 0.1246, Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.79 0.1767, Tim Ewen OCE AUS 14.10 0.140

Liu Xiang ASI CHN DNF 0.156Colin Jackson GBR DQ (r168.7)

(22.16) 0.138

Olympic Champion García confirmed his status as the 2002 world #1by winning clearly from a strong field in 13.10, the fastest ever into aheadwind of 2.2. Most eyes were on the quadruple EuropeanChampion Colin Jackson, who was running his final outdoor race.After an excellent start, he hit the first hurdle and pulled up off-balanceafter knocking over the fourth. He rejoined the race to finish in 22.16but was later disqualified for knocking over hurdle four with his hands.The Welsman blamed the fluctuating winds for his troubles. Rising starLiu Xiang (19) also failed to finish, pulling up at the fifth.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17) (0.4)1, Allen Johnson USA 12.96 0.1642, Liu Xiang ASI CHN 13.03 0.1853, Dayron Robles AME CUB 13.06 0.1784, Stanislav Olijar EUR LAT 13.15 0.1475, Cédric Lavanne FRA 13.56 0.1486, Igor Peremota RUS 13.57 0.1907, James Mortimer OCE NZL 13.94 0.1718, Theópistos Mavrídis GRE 13.96 0.2419, Aymen Ben Ahmed AFR TUN 14.08 0.231

There were hopes of a world record by Xiu who had done just that onthe same track at the Olympic Games and improved that mark to 12.88earlier in 2006. Johnson was a late entrant for the US team, replacingRyan Wilson. The 36 year-old got a tremendous start after a short “set”period and soon enjoyed a clear lead. Liu and Robles closed but neverlooked like catching Johnson, who set a world age best of 12.96. Withthe next three men at 13.15 or faster, this was the highest quality raceof the meeting. “I’m just trying to show everybody that I’m still here,”said the winner who was second in the same race 12 years earlier.

400 Metres Hurdles Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Edwin Moses USA 47.582, Volker Beck GDR 48.833, Harald Schmid FRG 48.854, Alan Pascoe EUR GBR 49.735, Peter Rwamuhanda AFR UGA 50.486, Garry Brown OCE AUS 50.897, Dámaso Alfonso AME CUB 50.958, Takashi Nagao ASI JPN 52.10

Moses lost to Schmid in his previous race at Berlin, but in Düsseldorfthe American swept aside any doubts about his form with the first of arecord-breaking sequence of 109 victories that would last until 1987.

He made up the stagger on European Cup winner Beck by the firsthurdle, and floated away to win in the second-fastest time in history.Beck and Schmid each set national records.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Edwin Moses USA 47.532, Harald Schmid EUR FRG 48.713, Vasiliy Arkhipenko URS 48.974, Volker Beck GDR 49.665, Peter Grant OCE AUS 50.206, António Ferreira AME BRA 50.547, Daniel Kimaiyo AFR KEN 50.55

Hassan Kadhum ASI IRQ DNS

Schmid had been the last man to defeat Moses, and following aEuropean record of 47.85 by the West German earlier in August, somefelt he might bring to an end the American’s run of 32 consecutive vic-tories since 1977. However, it soon became apparent that theAmerican’s only rival would be the clock. Moses (lane 4) made up thestagger on all those outside him (Schmid included) by the sixth andmissed his own world mark by just 0.08.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Edwin Moses USA 47.372, Volker Beck GDR 49.163, Harry Schulting EUR NED 49.694, Vasiliy Arkhipenko URS 49.855, António Ferreira AME BRA 50.45

110 Metres Hurdles, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsUSA 5 2 1 1 - - - 1 - 70AME 1 2 6 - - - - 1 - 63EUR - - 2 3 1+1= 1 - 1 - 41.5GDR 1 1 1 2 - - - - - 34GBR 2 2 - - - - - - - 31OCE - - - 1 1 2 5 1 - 30ASI - 1 - - 2+1= 1 - 3 - 27.5AFR - - - 1 1 1 5 - 2 26GER 1 - - 1 - 1 - - - 17URS - 1 - 1 1 - - - - 17ESP - - - - 2 - - - - 10EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 9+2= 9 10 8 2 392

110 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:24 Allen Johnson USA 94-2, 2002-2, 2006-123 Colin Jackson GBR 89-2, 92-1, 98-2, 2002-dq21 Alejandro Casañas AME/CUB 77-2, 79-3, 81-2

Three or more appearances:4 Jackson3 Casañas

Emilio Valle AME/CUB 89-3, 92-3, 94-3Johnson

110 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:24 Allen Johnson USA 94-2, 2002-2, 2006-123 Colin Jackson GBR 89-2, 92-1, 98-2, 2002-dq21 Alejandro Casañas AME/CUB 77-2, 79-3, 81-2

Three or more appearances:4 Jackson3 Casañas

Emilio Valle AME/CUB 89-3, 92-3, 94-3Johnson

110 Metres Hurdles, continuedTeam placings & actual points scored:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PointsUSA 5 2 1 1 - - - 1 - 70AME 1 2 6 - - - - 1 - 63EUR - - 2 3 1+1= 1 - 1 - 41.5GDR 1 1 1 2 - - - - - 34GBR 2 2 - - - - - - - 31OCE - - - 1 1 2 5 1 - 30ASI - 1 - - 2+1= 1 - 3 - 27.5AFR - - - 1 1 1 5 - 2 26GER 1 - - 1 - 1 - - - 17URS - 1 - 1 1 - - - - 17ESP - - - - 2 - - - - 10EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 9+2= 9 10 8 2 392

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6, Garry Brown OCE AUS 50.597, Saverio Gellini ITA 50.698, Takashi Nagao ASI JPN 51.959, Jackson Melly AFR KEN 52.90

For the third successive World Cup, Moses opened the men’s trackprogramme with the most commanding of wins, and from lane 9 heonce again approached his own world record which was down to 47.13.It was his 57th consecutive win at the event. Beck, the OlympicChampion, was 15m in arrears.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Andre Phillips USA 48.422, Aleksandr Vasilyev URS 48.613, Harald Schmid EUR FRG 48.834, Amadou Dia Bâ AFR SEN 48.985, Hans-Jürgen Ende GDR 50.226, Ahmed Hamada ASI BRN 50.637, Pedro Chiamulera AME BRA 51.448, Wayne Paul OCE NZL 52.15

Ed Moses was having a year off, but his title stayed with the USthrough Phillips. The American stumbled out of his blocks and struckthe first hurdle so hard he almost lost balance and fell.

Fast-starting Schmid suffered a rare defeat by a European and filledthird place, as he had eight years earlier.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, David Patrick USA 48.742, Henry Amike AFR NGR 49.243, Kriss Akabusi GBR 49.424, Jozef Kucej EUR TCH 49.735, José Alonso ESP 50.096, John Graham AME CAN 50.207, Leigh Miller OCE AUS 50.368, Hans-Jürgen Ende GDR 51.47

Jasem Al-Dowaila ASI KUW DNS

Patrick won the US title in June before a series of unimpressive racesin Europe, but he peaked perfectly in Barcelona to win from lane 1 withhis quickest time of the year.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 48.882, Jon Ridgeon GBR 49.013, Stéphane Diagana EUR FRA 49.344, Kazuhiko Yamazaki ASI JPN 50.135, Oleg Tverdokhleb EUN UKR 51.136, Manesh Pillay OCE AUS 51.337, Nat Page USA 51.77

No Americas representative

Ridgeon, who only took up the event earlier in the summer, found him-self leading World Champion Matete at the final hurdle. The Briton,unhappy with the humid conditions, could not withstand the Zambian’susual strong finish.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 48.77

2, Oleg Tverdokhleb EUR UKR 49.263, Eronilde de Araújo AME BRA 49.624, Olaf Hense GER 49.975, Kazuhiko Yamazaki ASI JPN 50.226, Gary Cadogan GBR 50.487, Rohan Robinson OCE AUS 51.128, Marco Morgan USA 53.58

Just as in Havana, Matete came from behind for victory. He duplicatedhis 1992 win after trailing until the ninth barrier.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Samuel Matete AFR ZAM 48.082, Mubarak Al-Nubi ASI QAT 48.173, Dinsdale Morgan AME JAM 48.404, Pawel Januszewski EUR POL 48.495, Joey Woody USA 48.556, Steffen Kolb GER 49.777, Anthony Borsumato GBR 49.868, Zid Abou Hamed OCE AUS 50.50

Matete matched the feat of Ed Moses and scored a third successive winin this, the first men’s track event of the weekend. Woody led for thefirst 300m before the Zambian surged ahead off the final bend. Hewithstood a late challenge from Al-Nubi, who set an Asian record. “Iwas actually running for Mandela,” said Matete, “because I am proudto be from Africa.” It was his 22nd final of the year.

Matete had also won the 4x400m relay in Havana 1992, and histotal of four wins matched the men’s record of Miruts Yifter andLinford Christie.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, James Carter USA 48.272, Mubarak Al-Nubi ASI QAT 48.963, Chris Rawlinson GBR 49.184, Jirí Muzík EUR CZE 49.285, Ian Weakley AME JAM 49.626, José María Romera ESP 49.687, Llewellyn Herbert AFR RSA 50.528, Christian Duma GER 50.579, Mowen Boino OCE PNG 51.66

Carter – US Champion three months earlier – won comfortably fromstrong-finishing Al-Nubi who duplicated his 1998 position. World #1Felix Sánchez controversially withdrew having been drawn to run inlane 1. In ninth place Boino of Papua new Guinea became the first non-Australian or New Zealander to compete for Oceania in an individualevent.

There were two false starts in this, the final major meeting at whichthat occurrence would not result in automatic disqualification of thesecond transgressor.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Kerron Clement USA 48.122, L. J. van Zyl AFR RSA 48.353, Marek Plawgo EUR POL 48.764, Kemel Thompson AME JAM 48.805, Naman Keïta FRA 49.536, Aleksandr Derevyagin RUS 49.837, Tristan Thomas OCE AUS 50.00

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8, Minás Alozídis GRE 51.129, Yevgeniy Meleshenko ASI KAZ 51.55

The 2006 world number one Periklís Iakovákis withdrew injured on themorning of the race, and in his absence it was a close contest betweenClement and van Zyl. It looked as if the American had lost the racewith a poor final hurdle whereas the South African came through witha typically fast finish. But then the taller American surged again on therun in to give the US maximum points from the first track event. Keitawas third at 300m, then lost two places in the homestraight.

High Jump Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 2.302, Dwight Stones USA 2.273, Jacek Wszola EUR POL 2.244, Carlo Thränhardt FRG 2.215, Paul Ngadjadoum AFR CHA 2.156, Richard Spencer AME CUB 2.157, Gordon Windeyer OCE AUS 2.108, Temou Ali Ghiassi ASI IRI 2.10

Straddler Beilschmidt overcame the challenge of former world recordholder Stones and Olympic Champion Wszola with a second timeclearance at 2.30. He went on to try, unsuccessfully, for a world recordof 2.34.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Franklin Jacobs USA 2.272, Jacek Wszola EUR POL 2.273, Aleksandr Grigoryev URS 2.244, Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 2.245, Milt Ottey AME CAN 2.106, Othmane Belfaa AFR ALG 2.107, Kazunori Koshikawa ASI JPN 2.05

8, Michael Dick OCE AUS 2.00

Jacobs – one of the shortest of world class high jumpers – won oncountback from Olympic Champion Wszola. The American had wor-ried his managers by only arriving at the team headquarters the eveningbefore his competition.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Tyke Peacock USA 2.282, Gerd Nagel EUR FRG 2.263, Jörg Freimuth GDR 2.244, Valeriy Sereda URS 2.185, Milt Ottey AME CAN 2.156, Massimo Di Giorgio ITA 2.157, Amadou Dia Bâ AFR SEN 2.158, David Hoyle OCE AUS 2.109, Zhu Jianhua ASI CHN 2.05

Basketball fanatic Peacock coped best with the wet run-up and waseven able to clear 2.24 without stripping off his tracksuit bottoms. TwoGermans were also in at that height, but Freimuth went out at 2.26 andNagel at 2.28, which Peacock cleared first time.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Patrik Sjöberg EUR SWE 2.312, James Howard USA 2.283, Javier Sotomayor AME CUB 2.284, Igor Paklin URS 2.255, Andreas Sam GDR 2.206, Shuji Ujino ASI JPN 2.157, Moussa Fall AFR SEN 2.108, John Atkinson OCE AUS 2.10

Paklin, world record holder at 2.41, finished only fourth when he failedat 2.31 after passing 2.28. The only man to clear 2.31 was 20 year-oldSjöberg, who became the youngest male winner of the meeting.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Patrik Sjöberg EUR SWE 2.342, Dalton Grant GBR 2.313, Javier Sotomayor AME CUB 2.25=4, Gerd Wessig GDR 2.20

Liu Yunpeng ASI CHN 2.206, Brian Brown USA 2.20=7, Gustavo Becker ESP 2.20

Ian Garrett OCE AUS 2.209, Othmane Belfaa AFR ALG 2.20

Sotomayor, third in Canberra, became the first man to jump eight feetwith a leap of 2.43 earlier in July. A heel injury held the Cuban back tothird spot in Barcelona while Sjöberg retained his title with a meetingrecord.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Yuriy Sergiyenko EUN UKR 2.292, Javier Sotomayor AME CUB 2.263, Brendan Reilly GBR 2.26

400 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:26 Edwin Moses USA 77-1, 79-1, 81-124 Samuel Matete AFR/ZAM 92-1, 94-1, 98-120 Volker Beck GDR 77-2, 79-4, 81-2

Three or more appearances:3 Beck

MosesHarald Schmid FRG, EUR/FRG 77-3, 79-2, 85-3Matete

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 7 - - - 1 - 1 1 - 68EUR - 2 4 4 - - - - - 63AFR 3 2 - 1 1 - 2 - 1 56AME - - 2 1 2 2 2 - - 40ASI - 2 - 1 1 1 - 2 1 31GDR - 2 - 1 1 - - 1 - 26OCE - - - - 1 3 3 2 1 26GBR - 1 1+1* - - 1 1 - - 19URS - 1 1 1 - - - - - 19GER - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 11ESP - - - - 1 1 - - - 10FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 3 393* Non-scoring

400 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:26 Edwin Moses USA 77-1, 79-1, 81-124 Samuel Matete AFR/ZAM 92-1, 94-1, 98-120 Volker Beck GDR 77-2, 79-4, 81-2

Three or more appearances:3 Beck

MosesHarald Schmid FRG, EUR/FRG 77-3, 79-2, 85-3Matete

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 7 - - - 1 - 1 1 - 68EUR - 2 4 4 - - - - - 63AFR 3 2 - 1 1 - 2 - 1 56AME - - 2 1 2 2 2 - - 40ASI - 2 - 1 1 1 - 2 1 31GDR - 2 - 1 1 - - 1 - 26OCE - - - - 1 3 3 2 1 26GBR - 1 1+1* - - 1 1 - - 19URS - 1 1 1 - - - - - 19GER - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 11ESP - - - - 1 1 - - - 10FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 3 393* Non-scoring

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4, Lee Jin-Taek ASI KOR 2.235, Tony Barton USA 2.206, Othmane Belfaa AFR ALG 2.157, Gustavo Becker EUR ESP 2.158, Michael Hawkey OCE AUS 2.15

The injured Sotomayor withdrew after clearing 2.26. Victory insteadwent to the Ukrainian Champion Sergiyenko, who himself only cleared2.26 and 2.29 on his final attempts.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Javier Sotomayor AME CUB 2.402, Tim Forsyth OCE AUS 2.283, Steve Smith GBR 2.284, Steinar Hoen EUR NOR 2.255, Wolfgang Kreissig GER 2.206, Yoshiteru Kaihoko ASI JPN 2.207, Khemraj Naiko AFR MRI 2.158, Jeff Wylie USA 2.15

Sotomayor was in a class of his own throughout 1994, and this wasdemonstrated by his huge winning margin in London – 12cm. Aftereveryone else had been eliminated, the Cuban had first-time clearancesat 2.35 and 2.40.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Charles Austin USA 2.312, Javier Sotomayor AME CUB 2.283, Sergey Klyugin EUR RUS 2.284, Martin Buss GER 2.255, Zhou Zhongge ASI CHN 2.15=6, Abderrahmane Hammad AFR ALG 2.10

Nick Morony OCE AUS 2.10Dalton Grant GBR 2.10

The 1994 victor Sotomayor became the highest total points scorer in asingle event, but he did not win this time. There were three men in at2.31, Sotomayor, Austin and Klyugin. The Cuban was leading oncountback but the American took over with his first-time clearancewhile the other two failed three times. Austin’s win was one of onlythree United States men’s victories in Johannesburg. He chose not totry for a better height, not surprising in view of the temperature of just8°C.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Yaroslav Rybakov EUR RUS 2.312, Mark Boswell AME CAN 2.293, Ben Challenger GBR 2.204, Abderahmane Hammad AFR ALG 2.15=5, Ignacio Pérez ESP 2.15

Martin Buss GER 2.157, Nathan Leeper USA 2.108, Cui Kai ASI CHN 2.10

Nick Moroney OCE AUS NH

The rain-delayed contest was dominated by new European ChampionRybakov, who had no failures at five heights up to 2.31. The only otherman in at that height was Boswell, who failed once and then wentunsuccessfully for 2.33. No-one else was higher than 2.20.

The competitors had finished their warm-up and had been present-

ed to the crowd when the storm began and delayed the contest by anhour or so.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Tomás Janku EUR CZE 2.282, Andrey Silnov RUS 2.243, Tora Harris USA 2.244, Kabelo Kgosiemang AFR BOT 2.205, Dimitríos Sirrákos GRE 2.206, Jessé de Lima AME BRA 2.157, Mustapha Raifak FRA 2.108, Liam Zamel-Paez OCE AUS 2.05

Huang Haiqiang ASI CHN DNS

At the European Championships one month earlier, Silnov won thegold with 2.36 from Jankú 2.34. The placings were reversed in Athensin a disappointing contest won at only 2.28. Three men were in at thatheight, Silnov, Jankú and Harris. Only the Czech man, representingEurope went clear though Harris got near. Jankú went on to try for2.35.

Pole Vault Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Mike Tully USA 5.602, Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz EUR POL 5.553, Axel Weber GDR 5.304, Don Baird OCE AUS 5.205, Itsuo Takanezawa ASI JPN 5.106, Günther Lohre FRG 5.107, Bruce Simpson AME CAN 4.90

Kaddour Rahal AFR ALG NH

Kozakiewicz and Tully were successful at 5.30 and 5.45. At 5.55, thePole failed once while the Californian went over first time, as he did at5.60 – a personal best and good for fifth on the world all-time list.Kozak failed once at 5.60 and twice at 5.65.

HIGH JUMP

Leading point scorers:35 Javier Sotomayor AME/CUB 85-3, 89-3, 92-2, 94-1, 98-217 Patrik Sjöberg EUR/SWE 85-1, 89-114 Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 77-1, 79-4

Three or more appearances:5 Sotomayor

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 2 2 1 - - 1 - - 69USA 3 2 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 59AME 1 3 2 - 2 2 - - - 59AFR - - - 2 1 2+1= 3 - 1 33GDR 1 - 1 1+1= 1 - - - - 30.5ASI - - - 1+1= 1 2 1 2 1 27.5GBR - 1 2+1* - - 1= - - - 22OCE - 1 - - - 1= 1+1= 5 - 20.5URS - - 1 2 - - - - - 17GER - - - 1 1+1= - - - - 14.5EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8RUS - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - 1= - 1= - - 8FRG - - - 1 - - - - - 5GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 9+2= 8+2= 8+3= 8+2= 8 2 393* Non-scoring

HIGH JUMP

Leading point scorers:35 Javier Sotomayor AME/CUB 85-3, 89-3, 92-2, 94-1, 98-217 Patrik Sjöberg EUR/SWE 85-1, 89-114 Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 77-1, 79-4

Three or more appearances:5 Sotomayor

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 2 2 1 - - 1 - - 69USA 3 2 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 59AME 1 3 2 - 2 2 - - - 59AFR - - - 2 1 2+1= 3 - 1 33GDR 1 - 1 1+1= 1 - - - - 30.5ASI - - - 1+1= 1 2 1 2 1 27.5GBR - 1 2+1* - - 1= - - - 22OCE - 1 - - - 1= 1+1= 5 - 20.5URS - - 1 2 - - - - - 17GER - - - 1 1+1= - - - - 14.5EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8RUS - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - 1= - 1= - - 8FRG - - - 1 - - - - - 5GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 9+2= 8+2= 8+3= 8+2= 8 2 393* Non-scoring

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Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Mike Tully USA 5.452, Patrick Abada EUR FRA 5.453, Konstantin Volkov URS 5.304, Bruce Simpson AME CAN 5.205, Itsuo Takanezawa ASI JPN 5.006, Axel Weber GDR 5.007, Bob Huddle OCE AUS 4.60

Kaddour Rahal AFR ALG NH

Tully retained his title in a competition which was hampered byswirling winds. The key height was 5.45, which Tully cleared the firsttime whereas Abada needed three attempts. European Cup winnerVolkov only cleared his opening height.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Konstantin Volkov URS 5.702, Jean-Michel Bellot EUR FRA 5.553, Billy Olson USA 5.504, Tomomi Takahashi ASI JPN 5.405, Axel Weber GDR 5.306, Mauro Barella ITA 5.207, Rubén Camino AME CUB 5.208, Kieran McKee OCE NZL 4.709, Mohammed Ben Saad AFR ALG 4.50

Volkov started badly with one failure at his opening height of 5.30.However, subsequent first-time successes at 5.45, 5.55 and 5.65 meanta clear victory for the Russian, who went on to attempt what wouldhave been an official world record of 5.82.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Sergey Bubka URS 5.852, Philippe Collet EUR FRA 5.603, Tim Bright USA 5.404, Ji Zebiao ASI CHN 5.205, Christoph Pietz GDR 5.206, Neil Honey OCE AUS 4.707, Chokri Abahnini AFR TUN 4.50

Rubén Camino AME CUB NH

For the second World Cup in succession, a Soviet vaulter won andattempted a new world record. The fact that these attempts were madeat a height 19cm higher than Volkov’s target in 1981 showed theimpact Bubka had made on this event in the early 80s. The Ukrainian,who had raised the world record to 6.00 in 1985, waited for two hoursbefore entering successfully at 5.60. Only Collet could match thatbefore going out at 5.70. Bubka went on to clear 5.85 at the secondattempt before failing at 6.01.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Philippe Collet EUR FRA 5.752, Tim Bright USA 5.703, Uwe Langhammer GDR 5.554, Javier García ESP 5.505, Simon Arkell OCE AUS 5.456, Liang Xueren ASI CHN 5.407, Andy Ashurst GBR 5.40

8, Doug Wood AME CAN 5.209, Samy Si Mohamed AFR ALG 4.60

Collet was a controversial selection for Europe over indoor 6.00 per-former Rodion Gataullin (RUS). The Frenchman justified his selection,though he took a risk by moving up to 5.75 after one failure at 5.70.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Igor Potapovich EUN KAZ 5.602, Philippe Collet EUR FRA 5.403, Okkert Brits AFR RSA 5.304, Hideyuki Takei ASI JPN 5.30

Simon Arkell OCE AUS NHEdgar DÍaz AME PUR NHKory Tarpenning USA NHNeil Winter GBR NH

World junior fourth placer Winter no-heighted along with three othermen. This meant that Britain, who were the first day leaders, scored nopoints whereas Africa – their closest rivals – picked up more thanexpected with Okkert Brits’s third pace. Victory went to Potapovich,whose previous big win came in the 1986 World Juniors.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Okkert Brits AFR RSA 5.902, Jean Galfione EUR FRA 5.75=3, Alberto Manzano AME CUB 5.40

Andrei Tivontchik GER 5.405, Scott Huffman USA 5.406, Grigoriy Yegorov ASI KAZ 5.407, James Miller OCE AUS 5.20

Neil Winter GBR NH

Okkert Brits had been a great disappointment at the CommonwealthGames two weeks earlier, when he no-heighted. He made amends bywinning in London with a magnificent Cup, African andCommonwealth record.

At 5.70, only Brits and former World Junior Champion JeanGalfione were left in. At 5.75, Galfione made it on his third attemptwhile Brits passed. The Frenchman then passed at 5.80, where Britswent over first time.

Galfione went out at 5.85 leaving Brits to attempt 5.90. He wentover clearly on his second try, but the crossbar came off. It was quick-ly announced that officials had judged the vault valid, and the televi-sion replay showed why.

A string was attached to one end of the crossbar to stop it frombeing blown off the uprights by the blustery conditions. Brits’s dis-carded pole had snagged on this thread, and this, rather than any part ofBrits’s body, brought down the bar.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Maksim Tarasov EUR RUS 5.852, Tim Lobinger GER 5.803, Jeff Hartwig USA 5.704, Igor Potapovich ASI KAZ 5.605, Riaan Botha AFR RSA 5.606, Mike Edwards GBR 5.407, Paul Burgess OCE AUS 5.208, Ricardo Díez AME VEN 5.00

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Tarasov was the world’s number one in 1998 and capped his seasonwith a second-time clearance at 5.85. Two others – Lobinger andHartwig – were also in at that height but both failed, though afterTarasov’s success the German took his third attempt, in vain, at 5.90.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Okkert Brits AFR RSA 5.752, Jeff Hartwig USA 5.703, Lars Börgeling GER 5.404, Dominic Johnson AME LCA 5.20=5, Paul Burgess OCE AUS 5.20

Andrés Hinojo ESP 5.207, Tim Thomas GBR 5.00

Alex Averbukh EUR ISR NHDaichi Sawano ASI JPN NH

Just two men went higher than 5.40. The 1994 winner Brits led up to5.70 where both he and Hartwig failed once. Having seen the Americansucceed with his second try, the South African passed to 5.75. TheAmerican sat that height out and lost his advantage when Brits clearedwith his second and final attempt. Neither made it over 5.80. “The windmade pole vaulting very difficult today,” said the winner.

The event was disastrous for Europe. Before the start they had beenin second place, one point behind Africa. With Avebukh no-heightingand Brits winning, they dropped to third and 10 points in arrears of theleaders, all hopes of the team trophy gone.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Steve Hooker OCE AUS 5.802, Daichi Sawano ASI JPN 5.703, Germán Chiaraviglio AME ARG 5.704, Romain Mesnil FRA 5.60=5, Russ Buller USA 5.50

Okkert Brits AFR RSA 5.50Alex Averbukh EUR ISR 5.50

8, Stávros Kouroupákis GRE 5.409, Dmitry Starodubtsev RUS 5.20

A few minutes after Craig Mottram took Oceania’s second ever maleWorld Cup victory, the crew-cut Hooker scored a third. He had passedat 5.70 where only Chiaraviglio and Sawano were successful, both ontheir first tries. The Argentinian went out at 5.75, a height only heattempted. So at 5.80 it was Sawano versus Hooker with the Australianheading for fourth place if he did not go clear. Both men failed once,then Hooker made it. The Japanese failed twice before trying in vainfor 5.90.

Long Jump Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Arnie Robinson USA 8.19 (0.0)2, Hans Baumgartner FRG 7.96 (-0.3)3, Charlton Ehizuelen AFR NGR 7.89 (0.2)4, Nenad Stekic EUR YUG 7.79 (0.4)5, Frank Wartenberg GDR 7.79 (0.0)6, Junichi Usui ASI JPN 7.68 (0.0)7, Kerry Hill OCE NZL 7.18 (0.0)8, David Giralt AME CUB 6.77 (0.0)

Robinson, the 29 year-old Olympic Champion, won with the onlyeight-metre performances of the event, 8.19 in the second roundbacked up with 8.02 in the third.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Larry Myricks USA 8.52 (0.0)2, Lutz Dombrowski GDR 8.27 (0.0)3, David Giralt AME CUB 8.22 (0.6)4, Valeriy Podluzhniy URS 7.88 (0.0)5, Gary Honey OCE AUS 7.72 (0.0)6, Grzegorz Cybulski EUR POL 7.66 (0.1)7, Suresh Babu ASI IND 7.41 (0.5)8, Kayode Elegbede AFR NGR 7.36 (0.1)

This was the outstanding event of the 1979 World Cup thanks to thebrilliant final jump of Myricks, which was universally recognised as alow-altitude world record.

The American, who broke a bone in his foot while warming up forthe Olympic final at the same stadium in 1976, led after the first roundwith 8.12. By the third round, he was down to third spot behind the8.22 of Giralt and 8.17 by Dombrowski. The East German went aheadin the fifth with 8.27. Due to a lull in competition elsewhere in the sta-dium, all eyes were on Myricks as he hit the board perfectly with hislast jump and hitchkicked to 8.52, second only to Bob Beamon’s leg-endary (but altitude-assisted) world record of 8.90.

Myricks did not realise what he had done until someone in thestands shouted out to him the distance in feet and inches.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Carl Lewis USA 8.15 (0.1)2, Gary Honey OCE AUS 8.11 (0.0)3, Shamil Abbyasov URS 7.95 (-1.2)4, Liu Yuhuang ASI CHN 7.89 (0.1)5, Uwe Lange GDR 7.71 (-0.3)6, Giovanni Evangelisti ITA 7.67 (-0.1)7, László Szalma EUR HUN 7.65 (0.0)

Pole Vault, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

GDR - - 2 - 2 1 - - - 25URS 2 - 1 - - - - - - 23GER - 1 1+1= - - - - - - 19.5ESP - - - 1 1= - - - - 10.5EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8FRA - - - 1 - - - - - 6GBR - - - - - 1 1+1* - - 6ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2RUS - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 9+2= 9 7+5= 7 8 4 3 377* Non-scoring

POLE VAULT

Leading point scorers:27 Okkert Brits AFR/RSA 92-3, 94-1, 2002-1, 2006-5=23 Philippe Collet EUR/FRA 85-2, 89-1, 92-217 Mike Tully USA 77-1, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Brits3 Axel Weber GDR 77-3, 79-6, 81-5

Philippe Collet EUR/FRA 85-2, 89-1, 92-2

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 6 - - 1= - - - - 64USA 2 2 3 - 1+1= - - - - 60ASI - 1 - 4 2 2 - - - 44AFR 2 - 1 - 1+1= - 1 - 2 35OCE 1 - - 1 1+1= 1 3 1 - 34.5AME - - 1+1= 2 - - 2 2 - 31.5

POLE VAULT

Leading point scorers:27 Okkert Brits AFR/RSA 92-3, 94-1, 2002-1, 2006-5=23 Philippe Collet EUR/FRA 85-2, 89-1, 92-217 Mike Tully USA 77-1, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Brits3 Axel Weber GDR 77-3, 79-6, 81-5

Philippe Collet EUR/FRA 85-2, 89-1, 92-2

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 6 - - 1= - - - - 64USA 2 2 3 - 1+1= - - - - 60ASI - 1 - 4 2 2 - - - 44AFR 2 - 1 - 1+1= - 1 - 2 35OCE 1 - - 1 1+1= 1 3 1 - 34.5AME - - 1+1= 2 - - 2 2 - 31.5

Pole Vault, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

GDR - - 2 - 2 1 - - - 25URS 2 - 1 - - - - - - 23GER - 1 1+1= - - - - - - 19.5ESP - - - 1 1= - - - - 10.5EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8FRA - - - 1 - - - - - 6GBR - - - - - 1 1+1* - - 6ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2RUS - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 9+2= 9 7+5= 7 8 4 3 377* Non-scoring

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8, Charlton Ehizuelen AFR NGR 7.47 (0.0)9, Ubaldo Duany AME CUB 5.37 (0.0)

Despite winning, Carl Lewis made a unmemorable start to his career atIAAF events. Wishing to concentrate on the 100m later in the evening,he was hoping to win with his first jump. Instead, he failed to hit thetake-off board and ran through, registering 5.93. He retired after a sec-ond jump of 8.15. This proved enough to win, but only just, as Honeyset Australian records of 8.11 in both the fourth and sixth rounds.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Mike Conley USA 8.20 (0.3)2, Robert Emmiyan URS 8.09 (0.9)3, László Szalma EUR HUN 8.09 (0.2)4, Gary Honey OCE AUS 7.98 (0.4)5, Liu Yuhuang ASI CHN 7.98 (-0.4)6, Ubaldo Duany AME CUB 7.87 (1.1)7, Uwe Lange GDR 7.76 (0.4)8, Paul Emordi AFR NGR 7.63 (0.4)

Conley celebrated his 23rd birthday by winning with a series whichstarted at 7.82 and improved steadily.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Larry Myricks USA 8.29 (-1.6)2, Yusuf Alli AFR NGR 8.00 (-0.4)3, Stewart Faulkner GBR 7.84 (-0.3)4, Emiel Mellaard EUR NED 7.82 (0.2)5, Marco Delonge GDR 7.82 (-0.9)6, Chen Zunrong ASI CHN 7.63 (-0.4)7, Antonio Corgos ESP 7.06 (-1.6)8, Jaime Jefferson AME CUB 6.52 (-0.1)

Clint Harvey OCE AUS NM

Myricks uniquely repeated his win of 10 years earlier. All his final fourjumps were better than 8.20, whereas the rest of field could only mustera single 8.00 effort.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Iván Pedroso AME CUB 7.97 (-0.5)2, Gordon McKee USA 7.89 (1.0)3, Chen Zunrong ASI CHN 7.84 (-0.3)4, Mark Forsythe GBR 7.81 (-0.8)5, Kostas Koukodimos EUR GRE 7.71 (-0.4)6, Ayo Aladefa AFR NGR 7.53 (-1.0)7, Jonathon Moyle OCE NZL 7.38 (-0.6)8, Robert Emmiyan EUN ARM 7.27 (-0.3)

A low standard, but a crowd-pleasing result as Pedroso’s second roundjump held up for victory. His win meant that the USA were beaten forthe first time in this event.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Fred Salle GBR 8.10 (-0.2)2, Douglas de Souza AME BRA 7.96 (0.7)3, Dion Bentley USA 7.93 (0.0)4, Obinna Eregbu AFR NGR 7.87 (1.6)5, Georg Ackermann GER 7.84 (0.2)

6, Tetsuya Shida ASI JPN 7.72 (1.9)7, David Culbert OCE AUS 7.59 (2.0)8, Milan Gombala EUR CZE 7.37 (1.4)

One day before his 30th birthday, Salle gave Britain unexpected pointswith a last-round effort of 8.10. The night of the contest was so coldthat the athlete’s breath could be seen in front of their faces.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Iván Pedroso AME CUB 8.37 (0.4)2, Jai Taurima OCE AUS 8.32 (-0.5)3, Hassine Moursal AFR EGY 8.26 (0.7)4, Kiril Sosunov EUR RUS 8.08 (0.0)5, Roland McGhee USA 7.79 (0.3)6, Masaki Morinaga ASI JPN 7.76 (0.5)7, Kofi Amoah Prah GER 7.75 (-)8, Steve Phillips GBR 7.66 (-0.2)

Pedroso started in style with 8.37 on his first jump, which featured avery accurate take-off. This gave the Cuban a huge lead fromTaurima’s 8.10 at halfway, but the Australian closed the gap consider-ably with an Oceanian record of 8.32 in the fifth, to which Pedrosoresponded with 8.28. The two leaders each fouled or passed in the finaltwo rounds, which saw a new Egyptian record by Mersal of 8.26.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Savanté Stringfellow USA 8.21 (0.9)2, Iván Pedroso AME CUB 8.19 (0.6)3, Yago Lamela ESP 8.11 (1.1)4, Hussein Al-Sabee ASI KSA 7.92 (1.1)5, Younès Moudrik AFR MAR 7.90 (0.7)6, Chris Tomlinson GBR 7.85 (0.7)7, Aleksey Lukashevich EUR UKR 7.83 (1.3)8, Tim Parravicini OCE AUS 7.69 (1.0)9, Andreas Pohle GER 7.26 (1.0)

Pedroso came within one centimetre of a third World Cup win, butactually Stringfellow had much the the three best jumps in his series of8.04, 8.20, 8.21 and 8.20. Horizontal jumpers and all throwers inMadrid had just four attempts. Biomechanical analysis showed thatLamela was the fastest jumper with a flying speed of 10.14 metres persecond in his best effort of 8.11.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Irving Saladino AME PAN 8.26 (0.3)2, Andrew Howe EUR ITA 8.12 (0.6)3, Mohamed Salman Al-KhuwalidiASI KSA 8.11 (1.0)4, Ignisious Gaisah AFR GHA 8.09 (0.4)5, Salim Sdiri FRA 8.03 (0.3)6, Brian Johnson USA 7.88 (0.7)7, Ruslan Gataullin RUS 7.64 (0.7)8, Fabrice Lapierre OCE AUS 7.58 (1.1)

Loúis Tsátoumas GRE NM

Saladino won it with his first jump of 8.26 which was actually 8.35from the point of take-off. He backed that up with a much more accu-rate 8.21 but went even further on his last effort which was a marginalfoul.

European Champion Howe improved from fifth halfway to fourthin round three (8.08), then second with his closing leap of 8.12 onwhich he took off 16cm before the edge of the board.

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Triple Jump Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, João Carlos de Oliveira AME BRA 16.68 (0.0)2, Anatoliy Piskulin EUR URS 16.61 (0.4)3, Klaus Hufnagel GDR 16.43 (0.4)4, Charlton Ehizuelen AFR NGR 16.31 (0.4)5, Milan Tiff USA 16.24 (-0.1)6, Wolfgang Kolmsee FRG 16.24 (0.0)7, Toshiaki Inoue ASI JPN 15.89 (0.2)8, Don Commons OCE AUS 14.70 (0.0)

Piskulin set the pace with 16.60 in the second round. World recordholder de Oliveira was below his best, but his response of 16.68 wassufficient for victory.

Montréal 1979(Aug 25)1, João Carlos de Oliveira AME BRA 17.02 (0.0)2, Gennadiy Valyukevich URS 16.94 (-0.4)3, Ian Campbell OCE AUS 16.76 (0.0)4, Zou Zhenxian ASI CHN 16.68 (0.0)5, Willie Banks USA 16.66 (0.0)6, Lothar Gora GDR 16.31 (0.3)7, Ajayi Agbebaku AFR NGR 16.31 (0.5)8, Bernard Lamitié EUR FRA 15.86 (-1.2)

Once again, it was de Oliveira versus the USSR, but this was muchcloser than 1977. Vakyukevich opened with 16.94 and de Oliveiracame close with 16.90 in the fourth round. That was into a 1.1m/s head-wind, but the wind had dropped for the Brazilian’s final jump, which,after a suspenseful wait, was displayed as a winning 17.02.

Rome 1981(Sep 5)1, João Carlos de Oliveira AME BRA 17.37 (-0.3)2, Zou Zhenxian ASI CHN 17.34 (0.3)

3, Willie Banks USA 17.04 (0.1)4, Jaak Uudmäe URS 16.83 (-0.2)5, Béla Bakosi EUR HUN 16.70 (-0.4)6, Ken Lorraway OCE AUS 16.70 (0.0)7, Lutz Dombrowski GDR 16.33 (0.2)8, Ajayi Agbebaku AFR NGR 16.14 (0.2)9, Paolo Piapan ITA 15.38 (0.0)

A memorable contest, in which world record holder de Oliveira gainedhis third World Cup win and Asia obtained its best World Cup placingthus far. Zou’s 16.97 overtook Oliveira’s 16.90 for the lead in the thirdround. In the fourth, Zou improved to 17.14, only for the Brazilian toimprove to 17.37. Zou responded with 17.34, an Asian record whichonly five other men had ever bettered.

Meanwhile, the charismatic Banks had earned the crowd’s supportafter an official made him to remove his personal cassette player. Healso exceeded 17m to beat the Olympic Champion Uudmäe.

Another Olympic Champion, long jumper Dombrowski, placedsixth. Injury had prevented him contesting his speciality and his run-upwas restricted to 12 strides. Tragedy struck de Oliveira in December1981 when he lost a leg after the car in which he was travelling wasinvolved in a head-on collision. He died on May 29, 1999 after suffer-ing from problems with his lungs and liver.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Willie Banks USA 17.58 (1.5)2, Oleg Protsenko URS 17.47 (0.6)3, Khristo Markov EUR BUL 17.13 (1.8)4, Volker Mai GDR 17.07 (0.6)5, Paul Emordi AFR NGR 16.89 (0.6)6, Lázaro Balcindes AME CUB 16.74w (4.1)7, Tian Hongxin ASI CHN 16.49 (-0.3)8, Peter Beames OCE AUS 16.12 (1.3)Legal best:

Balcindes 16.53 (-0.5)

Banks, now the world record holder, delighted the crowd with hisantics and was rewarded with their enthusiastic support. He scored hisfirst major international win with a 17.58 in round two, although healmost fell over backwards on landing.

Barcelona 1989(Sep 9)1, Mike Conley USA 17.49 (1.9)2, Vladimir Inozemtsev EUR URS 17.31 (1.8)3, Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.28 (1.1)4, Jörg Fries GDR 16.85 (1.5)5, Chen Yanping ASI CHN 16.52 (1.2)6, Eugene Koranteng AFR GHA 16.46w (2.2)7, Jorge Reyna AME CUB 16.19 (1.2)8, Mathew Sweeney OCE AUS 15.72 (0.8)9, Mario Quintero ESP 15.64w (2.8)Legal bests:

Koranteng 16.24 (1.7)Quintero 15.62 (1.5)

Inozemtsev’s jumps of 17.15 (round 1) and 17.31 (round 5) put him infront, but Conley – the long jump winner from 1985 – responded with17.38 and 17.49.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.34 (1.7)

LONG JUMP

Leading point scorers:24 Iván Pedroso AME/CUB 92-1, 98-1, 2002-217 Gary Honey OCE/AUS 79-5, 81-2, 85-4

Larry Myricks USA 79-1, 89-1

Three or more appearances:3 Honey

Pedroso

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 6 1 1 - 1 1 - - - 73AME 3 2 1 - - 1 - 2 1 53EUR - 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 - 45ASI - - 2 2 1 4 1 - - 44AFR - 1 2 2 1 1 - 3 - 43OCE - 2 - 1 1 - 3 2 - 35GDR - 1 - - 3 - 1 - - 23GBR 1 - 1 1 - 1* - 1 - 21URS - 1 1 1 - - - - - 19ESP - - 1 - - - 1 - - 10GER - - - - 1 - 1 - 1 8FRG - 1 - - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 2 394* Non-scoring

LONG JUMP

Leading point scorers:24 Iván Pedroso AME/CUB 92-1, 98-1, 2002-217 Gary Honey OCE/AUS 79-5, 81-2, 85-4

Larry Myricks USA 79-1, 89-1

Three or more appearances:3 Honey

Pedroso

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 6 1 1 - 1 1 - - - 73AME 3 2 1 - - 1 - 2 1 53EUR - 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 - 45ASI - - 2 2 1 4 1 - - 44AFR - 1 2 2 1 1 - 3 - 43OCE - 2 - 1 1 - 3 2 - 35GDR - 1 - - 3 - 1 - - 23GBR 1 - 1 1 - 1* - 1 - 21URS - 1 1 1 - - - - - 19ESP - - 1 - - - 1 - - 10GER - - - - 1 - 1 - 1 8FRG - 1 - - - - - - - 7FRA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4RUS - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 2 394* Non-scoring

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2, Frank Rutherford AME BAH 17.06 (1.6)3, Toussaint Rabenala AFR MAD 17.03 (1.7)4, Maris Bruziks EUR LAT 17.01 (1.5)5, Aleksandr Kovalenko EUN BLR 16.85 (-0.7)6, Ray Kimble USA 16.35 (-0.5)7, Andrew Murphy OCE AUS 15.86 (0.5)8, Chen Yanping ASI CHN 15.68 (-0.6)

Edwards caused a major upset by beating Olympic bronze medallistRutherford with his last jump. His victory was remarkable consideringhe was suffering from salmonella poisoning at the time.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Yoelbi Quesada AME CUB 17.61 (0.6)2, Julian Golley GBR 17.06 (0.9)3, Oleg Sakirkin ASI KAZ 16.81 (1.9)4, Lotfi Khaida AFR ALG 16.75w (2.1)5, Serge Hélan EUR FRA 16.67w (2.6)6, Reggie Jones USA 16.41w (2.6)7, Wolfgang Knabe GER 16.07 (1.1)8, Andrew Murphy OCE AUS 15.86w (2.6)Legal bests:

Khaida 16.58 (1.5)Hélan 16.46 (1.4)Jones 16.18 (0.0)Murphy None

Staged right in front of the main stand and at the start of the day’s pro-gramme, there was great crowd support for this event. The CrystalPalace audience were keen to clap rhythmically for all the jumpers, butone who wanted none of this was Quesada. He needed no encourage-ment to set a cup record of 17.61 in the second round.

Johannesburg 1998(Sep 12)1, Charles Friedek GER 17.42 (1.6)2, Denis Kapustin EUR RUS 17.32 (1.7)3, Yoelbi Quesada AME CUB 17.25 (1.0)4, Andrew Owusu AFR GHA 17.21 (1.3)5, LaMark Carter USA 17.20 (1.0)6, Andrew Murphy OCE AUS 16.89 (0.4)7, Larry Achike GBR 16.69w (4.0)8, Duan Qifeng ASI CHN 14.09 (0.3)Legal best:

Achike 16.38 (-0.6)

Friedek opened with 17.37 then leapt 17.42 in round two. The lattereffort was initially given a red flag but then ruled valid. The Germanfouled his next three jump before passing in the sixth once his victorywas guaranteed.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.34 (0.3)2, Walter Davis USA 17.23w (2.5)3, Christian Olsson EUR SWE 17.05 (1.2)4, Charles Friedek GER 16.91w (2.8)5, Jadel Gregório AME BRA 16.61w (2.2)6, Kazuyoshi Ishikawa ASI JPN 16.50 (1.1)7, Olivier Sanou AFR BUR 16.30 (-1.3)8, Raúl Chapado ESP 15.91 (1.4)9, Viktor Chistiakov OCE AUS 14.96 (1.1)Legal bests:

Davis 14.75 (0.6)

Friedek 16.84 (-0.2)Gregório 16.60 (1.0)

Edwards, a fan of the four-round format, fouled with the opening effortof the contest but then took the lead in the second with 17.15. Heimproved to 17.34 in the fourth, matching exactly his winning distancefrom 10 years earlier. The Briton’s closest challenger was notEuropean Champion Olsson (4-4 v Edwards earlier in the year), butDavis who spanned 17.23w with his last jump. Edwards’s winning leapcomprised a 6.04 hop, 5.10 step and a 6.10 jump, though of course hisvictory ultimately counted for nothing in terms of points because of theDwain Chambers affair.

Pole Vaulter Victor Chistiakov – who was not needed in his mainevent in Madrid – filled a gap in the Oceanian team to take ninth place.

Athína 2006

Sep 17)1, Walter Davis USA 17.54 (-0.5)2, Jadel Gregório AME BRA 17.41 (-0.3)3, Marian Oprea EUR ROU 17.05 (0.1)4, Li Yanxi ASI CHN 16.87 (0.1)5, Danil Burkenya RUS 16.84 (-0.1)6, Tareq Bougtaïb AFR MAR 16.57 (-0.2)7, Julien Kapek FRA 16.56 (-0.4)8, Alwyn Jones OCE AUS 16.42 (0.0)

Konstadínos Zalaggítis GRE NM

Davis scored a timely victory which after 13 events put the USA onepoint in front of Europe, 99 to 98. Gregório set the pace with 17.20 inround 1, but in the second Davis clicked with 17.54. The Brazilianresponded with a good 17.41 but on his other two attempts, he fouledand managed 16.99. Davis closed with 17.32. The American had by farthe best step phases of the field, spanning 5.53 and 5.52 on his best twoefforts. The next furthest was 5.07 by Gregório.

Shot Put Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Udo Beyer GDR 21.74

TRIPLE JUMP

Leading point scorers:26 João Carlos de Oliveira AME/BRA 77-1, 79-1, 81-119 Willie Banks USA 79-5, 81-3, 85-118 Walter Davis USA 2002-2, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:3 de Oliveira

BanksJonathan Edwards GBR 89-3, 92-1, 2002-1 (non-scoring)Andrew Murphy OCE/AUS 92-7, 94-8, 98-6

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 2 1 - 1 1 1 - - 67USA 3 1 1 - 3 2 - - - 60EUR - 3 3 1 2 - - 1 - 58ASI - 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 - 41AFR - - 1 3 1 2 2 1 - 41GBR 1+1* 1 1 - - - 1 - - 24OCE - - 1 - - 2 1 5 1 24GDR - - 1 2 - 1 1 - - 23URS - 2 - 1 - - - - - 20GER 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 17RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ITA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 395* Non-scoring

TRIPLE JUMP

Leading point scorers:26 João Carlos de Oliveira AME/BRA 77-1, 79-1, 81-119 Willie Banks USA 79-5, 81-3, 85-118 Walter Davis USA 2002-2, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:3 de Oliveira

BanksJonathan Edwards GBR 89-3, 92-1, 2002-1 (non-scoring)Andrew Murphy OCE/AUS 92-7, 94-8, 98-6

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 2 1 - 1 1 1 - - 67USA 3 1 1 - 3 2 - - - 60EUR - 3 3 1 2 - - 1 - 58ASI - 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 - 41AFR - - 1 3 1 2 2 1 - 41GBR 1+1* 1 1 - - - 1 - - 24OCE - - 1 - - 2 1 5 1 24GDR - - 1 2 - 1 1 - - 23URS - 2 - 1 - - - - - 20GER 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 17RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRG - - - - - 1 - - - 3FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ITA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 395* Non-scoring

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2, Reijo Ståhlberg EUR FIN 20.463, Ralf Reichenbach FRG 19.974, Terry Albritton USA 19.855, Bruno Pauletto AME CAN 18.306, Emad Fayez AFR EGY 17.467, Bahadur Singh ASI IND 17.438, Keith Falla OCE NZL 15.92

At the Olympic Games, Beyer had been a surprise winner. In 1977 hewas the undisputed world number one. The fifth round saw himimprove his GDR record to 21.74, the longest put ever at an event ofthis level.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Udo Beyer GDR 20.452, Reijo Ståhlberg EUR FIN 20.053, Aleksandr Barishnikov URS 20.004, Dave Laut USA 19.425, Bishop Dolegiewicz AME CAN 19.406, Nagui Assad AFR EGY 19.007, Mohamed Al-Zinkawi ASI KUW 17.258, Ray Rigby OCE AUS 16.43

Beyer was not as dominant as he had been in 1997, but repeated his winof Düsseldorf from Ståhlberg.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Udo Beyer GDR 21.402, Yevgeniy Mironov URS 20.343, Dave Laut USA 19.904, Ralf Reichenbach EUR FRG 19.185, Bishop Dolegiewicz AME CAN 18.886, Nagui Assad AFR EGY 18.767, Alessandro Andrei ITA 18.378, Philip Nettle OCE AUS 17.20

Mohamed Al-Zinkawi ASI KUW NM

Beyer won at his third successive World Cup. Mironov placed secondto the East German, just as he had in the Montréal Olympics five yearsearlier.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Ulf Timmermann GDR 22.002, Sergey Smirnov URS 21.723, Alessandro Andrei EUR ITA 21.144, Dave Laut USA 20.515, Gert Weil AME CHI 19.506, Mohammed Achouche AFR EGY 18.417, Balwinder Singh ASI IND 17.118, Wayne Barber OCE AUS 16.15

Timmermann, who improved the world record to 22.62 two weeks ear-lier, became the first man to put 22m at a major international event.European Cup winner Smirnov was second.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Ulf Timmermann GDR 21.682, Werner Günthör EUR SUI 21.40

3, Randy Barnes USA 21.104, Gert Weil AME CHI 19.255, Simon Williams GBR 18.496, John Minns OCE AUS 18.387, Ma Yongfeng ASI CHN 18.208, Mohammed Achouche AFR EGY 17.409, Matías Jiménez ESP 16.14

The event, delayed by rain for one hour, brought together the world’sbest three of 1989. Timmermann, however, repeated his commandingwin of 1985.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Mike Stulce USA 21.342, Sergey Nikolayev EUN RUS 20.143, Werner Günthör EUR SUI 19.754, Gert Weil AME CHI 19.055, Paul Edwards GBR 18.616, Ma Yongfeng ASI CHN 18.567, Chima Ugwu AFR NGR 18.518, Courtney Ireland OCE NZL 17.63

New Olympic Champion Stulce dominated the competition, and allfour of his valid throws whould have been good enough for victory.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, C. J. Hunter USA 19.922, Aleksandr Klimenko EUR UKR 19.163, Courtney Ireland OCE NZL 18.934, Oliver-Sven Buder GER 18.885, Burger Lambrechts AFR RSA 18.086, Carlos Fandiño AME CUB 18.047, Bilal Saad Mubarak ASI QAT 17.408, Nigel Spratley GBR 17.20

Klimenko, the newly-crowned European Champion, took the lead withhis first throw of the contest but could do no better. Victory insteadwent to Hunter, who put 19.84 in both the second and third roundbefore extending to 19.92 in the sixth.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, John Godina USA 21.482, Aleksandr Bagach EUR UKR 20.453, Oliver-Sven Buder GER 20.424, Burger Lambrechts AFR RSA 20.295, Mark Proctor GBR 19.666, Yoger Medina AME VEN 19.087, Justin Anlezark OCE AUS 18.268, Bilal Saad Mubarak ASI QAT 18.21

Godina – one of the world’s leading athletes of 1998 – had a huge win-ning margin of 1.03m. The American waited until the final round tospin twice and produce his longest put of 21.48, but two of his earlierthrows – 20.71 and 20.82 – were better than anyone else could muster.It was Godina’s 17th win out of 17 competitions in 1998 – all furtherthan 21m – and his 23rd successive victory since 1997.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Adam Nelson USA 20.80

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2, Justin Anlezark OCE AUS 20.773, Ralf Bartels GER 20.674, Janus Robberts AFR RSA 20.005, Yuriy Belonog EUR UKR 19.886, Manuel Martínez ESP 19.767, Carl Myerscough GBR 19.138, Brad Snyder AME CAN 18.999, Li Rongxiang ASI CHN 10.09

Nelson improved with each round and just hung on to win afterAnlezark cane within 3cm of the American with his final effort. Asiahad no shot putter and so one point was claimed for them by Chinesejavelin thrower Li Rongxiang.

Athína 2006

Sep 16)1, Ralf Bartels EUR GER 20.672, Reese Hoffa USA 20.603, Pavel Sofin RUS 20.454, Scott Martin OCE AUS 20.255, Dorian Scott AME JAM 20.216, Gaëtan Bucki FRA 19.407, Navpreet Singh ASI IND 18.438, Yasser Ibrahim AFR EGY 18.239, Andreás Anastasópoulos GRE 17.06

Bartels led after round 1 with 20.51, then was overtaken in round 2 byHoffa’s 20.60. Those two marks stayed on top until the final roundwhen the German struck back with 20.67. He had won with his finalput, just as he had at the European Championships one month earlier.

Discus Throw Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 67.142, Mac Wilkins USA 66.643, Hein-Direck Neu FRG 62.644, Markku Tuokko EUR FIN 61.36

5, Julián Morrison AME CUB 58.986, Praveen Kumar ASI IND 53.247, Robin Tait OCE NZL 52.908, Tarwat Said AFR EGY 45.12

Schmidt reversed the placings of the 1976 Olympic Games by beatingWilkins – who had led from the first round – with his very last throw.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 66.022, Mac Wilkins USA 64.923, Luis Delís AME CUB 63.504, Knut Hjeltnes EUR NOR 63.505, Igor Duginyets URS 59.346, Robin Tait OCE NZL 54.607, Abderrazak Ben Hassine AFR TUN 52.828, Kiyotaka Kawasaki ASI JPN 52.54

Schmidt versus Wilkins again, with the East German – throwing oneplace after the American – leading from round one. Delís took thirdplace from Hjeltnes with a better second-best throw, 63.04 comparedwith 62.54.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Armin Lemme GDR 66.382, Luis Delís AME CUB 66.263, Imrich Bugár EUR TCH 64.384, Dmitriy Kovtsun URS 62.825, Armando De Vincentis ITA 58.146, Mohammed Naguib AFR EGY 57.947, Li Weinan ASI CHN 54.528, Robin Tait OCE NZL 53.24

No USA representative

The big story of the event was the non-representation of the USA.Former world record holder John Powell had been the official entry,but it transpired that he was not even in Italy, let alone Rome. This wasnot discovered until after the technical meeting, by which time it wasimpossible for the USA to name a substitute.

The competition featured a battle between Lemme, the EuropeanCup winner, and Olympic bronze medallist Delís. Lemme took controlin the fifth with 66.26 and extended this to 66.38 in the sixth. Delís fell12cm short with his final effort.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Georgiy Kolnootchenko URS 69.082, Jürgen Schult GDR 68.303, Luis Delís AME CUB 67.604, Imrich Bugár EUR TCH 62.965, John Powell USA 62.826, Paul Nandapi OCE AUS 58.847, Ahmed Kamel Shata AFR EGY 35.74

Li Weinan ASI CHN DNS

Kolnootchenko’s previous best placing at a major event was fifth atboth the 1981 World Student Games and 1982 EuropeanChampionships.

In Canberra, he beat a quality field with an opening throw of 69.08(a cup record). Schult and Delís produced their best throws in the sec-ond and third rounds repectively.

SHOT PUT

Leading point scorers:26 Udo Beyer GDR 77-1, 79-1, 81-117 Dave Laut USA 79-4, 81-3, 85-4

Ulf Timmermann GDR 85-1, 89-1

Three or more appearances:3 Beyer

LautGert Weil AME/CHI 85-5, 89-4, 92-4

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 4 1 2 3 - - - - - 70EUR 1 5 2 1 1 - - - - 68GDR 5 - - - - - - - - 43AME - - - 2 5 2 - 1 - 42AFR - - - 2 1 4 1 2 - 34OCE - 1 1 1 - 1 1 5 - 32URS - 2 1 - - - - - - 21ASI - - - - - 1 6 1 1 20GER - - 2 1 - - - - - 18GBR - - - - 3 - 1* 1 - 14EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6ESP - - - - - 1 - - 1 5FRA - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 395* Non-scoring

SHOT PUT

Leading point scorers:26 Udo Beyer GDR 77-1, 79-1, 81-117 Dave Laut USA 79-4, 81-3, 85-4

Ulf Timmermann GDR 85-1, 89-1

Three or more appearances:3 Beyer

LautGert Weil AME/CHI 85-5, 89-4, 92-4

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 4 1 2 3 - - - - - 70EUR 1 5 2 1 1 - - - - 68GDR 5 - - - - - - - - 43AME - - - 2 5 2 - 1 - 42AFR - - - 2 1 4 1 2 - 34OCE - 1 1 1 - 1 1 5 - 32URS - 2 1 - - - - - - 21ASI - - - - - 1 6 1 1 20GER - - 2 1 - - - - - 18GBR - - - - 3 - 1* 1 - 14EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7FRG - - 1 - - - - - - 6ESP - - - - - 1 - - 1 5FRA - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 395* Non-scoring

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Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Jürgen Schult GDR 67.122, Luis Delís AME CUB 66.723, Rolf Danneberg EUR FRG 65.304, Kamy Keshmiri USA 61.405, Paul Nandapi OCE AUS 58.326, David Martínez ESP 57.467, Paul Mardle GBR 56.528, Hu Tao ASI CHN 54.729, Hassan Ahmed Hamad AFR EGY 52.26

The final event of the first day threatened an upset as Delís – contest-ing his fourth World Cup – led World and Olympic Champion Schultfor three rounds. The East German clinched victory with 67.12 in thefourth, to preserve a winning streak which streched back to July 1987.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Anthony Washington USA 64.862, Roberto Moya AME CUB 63.663, Yu Wenge ASI CHN 63.064, Romas Ubartas EUR LTU 61.525, Adewale Olukoju AFR NGR 59.426, Dmitriy Kovtsun EUN UKR 58.467, John Hancy OCE AUS 55.948, Glen Smith GBR 53.76

Both Washington – the Pan-American Champion – and Moya pro-duced their best throws in the fifth round as the Olympic ChampionUbartas struggled in fourth place. Washington’s victory was one ofonly two by the US men in Havana.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Vladimir Dubrovshchik EUR BLR 64.542, Alexis Elizalde AME CUB 61.503, Adewale Olukoju AFR NGR 60.224, Werner Reiterer OCE AUS 60.225, Jürgen Schult GER 58.866, Mike Gravelle USA 56.767, Robert Weir GBR 55.86

Bilal Saad Mubarak ASI QAT DNS

Dubrovschik won valuable points for Europe while Schult, the worldrecord holder, could place only fifth.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Virgilijus Alekna EUR LTU 69.662, Lars Riedel GER 67.473, Frantz Kruger AFR RSA 65.734, John Godina USA 65.155, Robert Weir GBR 64.396, Alexis Elizalde AME CUB 62.537, Li Shaojie ASI CHN 61.378, Ian Winchester OCE NZL 60.56

Virgilijus Alekna let from start to finish and saved his best for last. TheLithuanian opened with 68.27and led from Riedel (66.45) at thehalfway stage. The German finished well with 66.85, 67.47 and 67.18,

but Alekna’s corresponding responses in the advantageous windy con-ditions were 67.61, 63.95 then 69.66, the longest ever at a major cham-pionship or cup meeting.

It was the eighth meeting between Alekna and Riedel in 1998 andmeant that Alekna finished the year as unofficial world number one,having a 5 – 3 advantage.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Róbert Fazekas EUR HUN 71.252, Frantz Kruger AFR RSA 66.783, Mario Pestano ESP 64.644, Michael Möllenbeck GER 64.575, Jason Tunks AME CAN 62.896, Adam Setliff USA 61.527, Bob Weir GBR 58.918, Peter Elvy OCE AUS 56.609, Koji Murofushi ASI JPN 41.93

New European Champion Fazekas produced the performance of themeeting with throws of 71.25 and 69.77 in rounds 2-3. These were thelongest ever at a major international championship or trophy event. Thewinner acknowledged the wind conditions which were helpful in thisevent.

It was an embarrassing weekend for Asian male throwers. Theyfailed to bring a specialist javelin or discus thrower to Madrid and herethe substitute was hammer thrower Murofushi.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Virgilijus Alekna EUR LTU 67.192, Ehsan Hadadi ASI IRI 62.603, Ian Waltz USA 62.124, Omar El-Ghazaly AFR EGY 61.505, Scott Martin OCE AUS 60.936, Jean-Claude Retel FRA 58.187, Bogdan Pishchalnikov RUS 58.178, Stéfanos Kónstas GRE 58.179, Jason Tunks AME CAN 56.92

Europe’s team captain Alekna regained his 1998 title and preserved hiswin streak which dated back to August 2005. Hadadi was well back,but danced for joy when his last effort moved him up from fifth to sec-ond.

DISCUS THROW

Leading point scorers:28 Luis Delís AME/CUB 79-3, 81-2, 85-3, 89-220 Jürgen Schult GDR, GER 85-2, 89-1, 94-517 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 77-1, 79-1

Virgilijus Alekna EUR/LTU 98-1, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Delís3 Robin Tait OCE/NZL 77-7, 79-6, 81-8

SchultBob Weir GBR 94-7, 98-5, 2002-7 (non-scoring)

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 - 2 4 - - - - - 68AME - 4 2 - 2 1 - - 1 55USA 1 2 1 2 1 2 - - - 51GDR 4 1 - - - - - - - 42AFR - 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 40OCE - - - 1 2 2 2 3 - 31ASI - 1 1 - - 1 2 2 1 27URS 1 - - 1 1 - - - - 18

DISCUS THROW

Leading point scorers:28 Luis Delís AME/CUB 79-3, 81-2, 85-3, 89-220 Jürgen Schult GDR, GER 85-2, 89-1, 94-517 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 77-1, 79-1

Virgilijus Alekna EUR/LTU 98-1, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Delís3 Robin Tait OCE/NZL 77-7, 79-6, 81-8

SchultBob Weir GBR 94-7, 98-5, 2002-7 (non-scoring)

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 - 2 4 - - - - - 68AME - 4 2 - 2 1 - - 1 55USA 1 2 1 2 1 2 - - - 51GDR 4 1 - - - - - - - 42AFR - 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 40OCE - - - 1 2 2 2 3 - 31ASI - 1 1 - - 1 2 2 1 27URS 1 - - 1 1 - - - - 18

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Hammer Throw Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Karl-Hans Riehm FRG 75.642, Jochen Sachse GDR 75.403, Peter Farmer OCE AUS 73.924, Yuriy Sedykh EUR URS 72.205, Scott Neilson AME CAN 67.186, Emmitt Berry USA 63.167, No Kyung-Yul ASI KOR 57.888, Youssef Ben Abid AFR TUN 49.88

It was West versus East Germany, with Riehm just holding on to thelead he established in the first three rounds. Sachse saved his bestthrow for last but it was 24 cm short of victory.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Sergey Litvinov URS 78.702, Karl-Hans Riehm EUR FRG 75.883, Roland Steuk GDR 74.824, Peter Farmer OCE AUS 71.685, Armando Orozco AME CUB 69.626, Shigenobu Murofushi ASI JPN 67.327, Boris Djerassi USA 65.208, Abdallah Boubekeur AFR ALG 51.66

The year 1979 saw the emergence of 21 year-old Litvinov, who wasnoted for the speed of his turns. After three fouls, he won with 78.70.The contest featured several alarming moments when the hammersbounced dangerously on the artificial infield surface.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Yuriy Sedykh URS 77.422, Karl-Hans Riehm EUR FRG 75.603, Gian Paolo Urlando ITA 71.924, Scott Neilson AME CAN 67.565, Dave McKenzie USA 66.726, Shigenobu Murofushi ASI JPN 66.647, Roland Steuk GDR 65.748, Hakim Toumi AFR ALG 59.809, Agostino Puopolo OCE AUS 56.18

In the face of a thunderstorm, only Sedykh and Riehm (the Europeancaptain) managed respectable distances. Steuk (best of 78.72) sufferedan injury in the difficult conditions and had only one valid throw.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Jüri Tamm URS 82.12

2, Günther Rodehau GDR 78.443, Jud Logan USA 76.684, Frantisek Vrbka EUR TCH 71.625, Hakim Toumi AFR ALG 69.846, Hans Lotz OCE AUS 67.307, Francisco Soria AME CUB 62.388, Raghubir Singh Bal ASI IND 60.92

Not the best known of Soviet hammer throwers, Tamm was Estonia’smost successful athlete of the 80s and scored his biggest win with aseries of throws which were all better than the runner-up.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Heinz Weis EUR FRG 77.682, Lance Deal USA 76.383, Ralf Haber GDR 76.284, Bi Zhong ASI CHN 70.505, Eladio Hernández AME CUB 68.866, Phillip Spivey OCE AUS 68.407, Shane Peacock GBR 67.688, Hakim Toumi AFR ALG 67.629, Antón Godall ESP 62.50

Weis confirmed his status as the world’s number one of 1989 bybecoming the first non-Soviet winner, but he was well below his 82.84seasonal best.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Tibor Gécsek EUR HUN 80.442, Igor Nikulin EUN RUS 78.283, Lance Deal USA 77.084, Bi Zhong ASI CHN 75.305, Andrés Charadía AME ARG 71.626, Paul Head GBR 70.327, Hakim Toumi AFR ALG 68.148, Phillip Spivey OCE AUS 66.68

Gécsek – fourth in the Olympic Games – turned the tables on theBarcelona bronze medallist Nikulin with an 80m effort in the fourthround.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Andrey Abduvaliyev ASI TJK 81.722, Lance Deal USA 81.143, Heinz Weis GER 80.324, Vasiliy Sidorenko EUR RUS 76.345, Alberto Sánchez AME CUB 74.726, Sean Carlin OCE AUS 74.547, Hakim Toumi AFR ALG 69.388, Paul Head GBR 68.38

This was a surprisingly close contest in which the Olympic ChampionAbduvaliyev held off Deal, who was third in Havana and second inBarcelona.

It was Deal who took the lead with 80.16 in the first round. TheTadjiki took over with throws of 80.38 and 81.72. Deal’s response was81.14. Both men peppered the 80m line with their subsequent efforts.Weis also exceeded 80m in the final round, making this by far the bestquality World Cup hammer throw.

Discus Throw, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

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In seventh place, the African team captain Hakim Toumi fromAlgeria made a record-breaking fifth World Cup appearance andscored useful points for his team by defeating the British representa-tive.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Tibor Gécsek EUR HUN 82.682, Heinz Weis GER 80.133, Andrey Abduvaliyev ASI UZB 79.404, Alberto Sánchez AME CUB 73.715, Mick Jones GBR 72.896, Jud Logan USA 70.517, Chris Harmse AFR RSA 68.348, Justin McDonald OCE AUS 59.62

One month earlier, Tibor Gécsek became the toast of the EuropeanChampionships when he won the hammer gold in front of his homecrowd at Budapest. Throwing after five turns, he produced one of thegreatest ever series: 80.22, 82.43, foul, 82.68 (a cup record), 81.27 and82.39. Yet he expressed disappointment after that last throw as it wasshort of his recent personal best of 82.87. In second place throughoutwas Weis, who therefore completed a set of top World Cup placings:he was first in 1989 and third in 1994.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Adrián Annus EUR HUN 80.932, Koji Murofushi ASI JPN 80.083, Karsten Kobs GER 78.444, Chris Harmse AFR RSA 77.165, Moises Campeny ESP 73.216, John McEwen USA 71.037, Phil Jensen OCE NZL 67.098, Mick Jones GBR 66.929, Yosvany Suárez AME CUB 66.33

Annus won with his second-round throw of 80.92 but came under pres-sure when his arch-rival Murofushi registered 80.08 on the final effortof the contest. The Biomechanical analysis showed that the Japanesewas the faster thrower, taking just 2.05 seconds from the start of hisrotation to release on his 80.08 compared with 2.26 in Annus’s best.

Murofushi’s father Shigenobu was sixth in the World Cup inMontréal and Rome.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Koji Murofushi ASI JPN 82.012, Ivan Tikhon EUR BLR 80.003, Ilya Konovalov RUS 77.144, A. G. Kruger USA 75.535, Aléxandros Papadimitríou GRE 74.136, James Steacy AME CAN 74.047, Chris Harmse AFR RSA 73.948, Stuart Rendell OCE AUS 71.999, Christophe Épalle FRA 71.43

The Athens Olympic Champion Murofushi was again in great form inthe Olympic Stadium, though the crowd was rather thinner than in hadbeen two years earlier. He led from the first round with 79.70 andimproved to 81.30 and a season’s best 82.01. He finished with 81.82and was the only man with four valid efforts.

Javelin Throw Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Michael Wessing FRG 87.462, Wolfgang Hanisch GDR 84.283, Miklós Németh EUR HUN 80.824, Rod Ewaliko USA 77.265, Juan Jarvis AME CUB 77.066, Mike OʼRourke OCE NZL 74.467, Ali Memmi AFR TUN 70.488, Mohammed Munir ASI PAK 69.54

The Olympic Champion Németh was troubled with a shoulder injuryand could not challenge the two Germans Hanisch and Wessing. TheEast German opened with 84.28. This looked to be good enough forvictory, though Wessing improved from 80.50 to 82.86 in the fifth.Hanisch finished well with 84.18, but the 50,000 crowd were all root-ing for Wessing on his final throw. The bearded German propelled thespear out to a personal best of 87.46 to give the West German fans inDüsseldorf their best moment of the weekend.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Wolfgang Hanisch GDR 86.482, Mike OʼRourke OCE NZL 85.803, Antonio González AME CUB 83.444, Michael Wessing EUR FRG 81.065, Aleksandr Makarov URS 80.766, Jacques Abehi AFR CIV 74.947, Shen Maomao ASI CHN 72.708, Duncan Atwood USA 71.06

Hanisch went one better than 1977, but was put under pressure byO’Rourke, who achieved the highest placing so far by an Oceanianman in the World Cup. The 1977 winner Wessing salvaged fourthplace with his last throw of 81.06: his previous best was just 75.02 inthe third round.

HAMMER THROW

Leading point scorers:24 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG,EUR/FRG 77-1, 79-2, 81-222 Heinz Weis EUR/FRG,GER 89-1, 94-3, 98-221 Lance Deal USA 89-2, 92-3, 94-2

Three or more appearances:5 Hakim Toumi AFR/ALG 81-8, 85-5, 89-8, 92-7, 94-7

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 3 - 3 - - - - - 72ASI 2 1 1 2 - 2 1 1 - 52USA - 2 2 1 1 3 1 - - 50AME - - - 2 5 1 1 - 1 40GDR - 2 2 - - - 1 - - 30OCE - - 1 1 - 3 1 3 1 29URS 3 - - - - - - - - 25AFR - - - 1 1 - 4 4 - 25GER - 1 2 - - - - - - 20GBR - - - - 1 1 1 1+1* - 11FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7ESP - - - - 1 - - - 1 6GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5FRA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 396* Non-scoring

HAMMER THROW

Leading point scorers:24 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG,EUR/FRG 77-1, 79-2, 81-222 Heinz Weis EUR/FRG,GER 89-1, 94-3, 98-221 Lance Deal USA 89-2, 92-3, 94-2

Three or more appearances:5 Hakim Toumi AFR/ALG 81-8, 85-5, 89-8, 92-7, 94-7

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 3 - 3 - - - - - 72ASI 2 1 1 2 - 2 1 1 - 52USA - 2 2 1 1 3 1 - - 50AME - - - 2 5 1 1 - 1 40GDR - 2 2 - - - 1 - - 30OCE - - 1 1 - 3 1 3 1 29URS 3 - - - - - - - - 25AFR - - - 1 1 - 4 4 - 25GER - 1 2 - - - - - - 20GBR - - - - 1 1 1 1+1* - 11FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7ESP - - - - 1 - - - 1 6GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5FRA - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 396* Non-scoring

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Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Danis Kula URS 89.742, Detlef Michel GDR 89.383, Pentti Sinersaari EUR FIN 83.264, Rod Ewaliko USA 82.245, Agostino Ghesini ITA 80.966, Mike OʼRourke OCE NZL 79.787, Shen Maomao ASI CHN 79.088, Justin Arop AFR UGA 77.769, Dionisio Quintana AME CUB 77.28

Left-handed East German Michel, who headed the 1981 world rank-ings at 92.48, took a commanding lead in the first round with 89.38.Olympic Champion Kula threatened with 88.50 in the third before sur-passing Michel in the fifth and avenging his European Cup defeat bythe East German.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Uwe Hohn GDR 96.962, Heino Puuste URS 87.403, Tom Petranoff USA 87.344, David Ottley EUR GBR 87.005, John Stapylton-Smith OCE NZL 76.946, Michael Mahovlich AME CAN 76.147, Pubu Ciren ASI CHN 75.468, Ahmed Mahour Bacha AFR ALG 72.72

This was the final major contest using a specification of javelin which wasto be modified on safety grounds from 1986. Hohn, whose 1984 worldrecord of 104.80 highlighted the possible dangers of the event, had a badstart when his first throw ended up on the track. Only fourth at halfway, theEast German got it right with 88.02 in the fourth, and with the very lastthrow of the contest produced history’s fifth-longest effort – 96.96.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Steve Backley GBR 85.902, Kazuhiro Mizoguchi ASI JPN 82.563, Volker Hadwich GDR 80.304, Michael Barnett USA 78.285, Ramón González AME CUB 78.026, Sigurdur Einarsson EUR ISL 73.547, John Stapylton-Smith OCE NZL 71.068, Pius Bazighe AFR NGR 65.669, Enrique Bassols ESP 64.24

Backley had established himself as the world’s best with wins at theEuropean Cup and World Student Games. His reputation for winningin round one was confirmed with a Commonwealth record of 85.90. Hepassed all but one of his other five attempts.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Jan Zelezny EUR TCH 88.262, Tom Petranoff AFR RSA 79.903, Vladimir Sasimovich EUN BLR 78.404, Tom Pukstys USA 77.765, Mick Hill GBR 76.846, Zhang Lianbiao ASI CHN 75.427, John Stapylton-Smith OCE NZL 70.00

8, Steve Feraday AME CAN 68.76

Zelezny set a cup record in round three and had two other throws bet-ter than Petranoff, who had finished third for the USA in 1985 beforebecoming a South African citizen in September 1991.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Steve Backley GBR 85.022, Raymond Hecht GER 84.363, Gavin Lovegrove OCE NZL 82.284, Patrik Bodén EUR SWE 80.865, Louis Fouché AFR RSA 76.986, Zhang Lianbiao ASI CHN 76.967, Emeterio González AME CUB 76.428, Todd Riech USA 70.28

“It’s the best crowd I’ve come across in the UK for sure,” said Backley,who repeated his 1989 win with one of his best throws of the year. His vic-tory closed Africa’s lead to just five points with two events remaining.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Steve Backley GBR 88.712, Sergey Makarov EUR RUS 86.963, Raymond Hecht GER 84.924, Marius Corbett AFR RSA 83.535, Emeterio González AME CUB 80.726, Adrian Hatcher OCE AUS 73.757, Zhang Lianbiao ASI CHN 68.35

Ed Kaminski USA DNS

This was the final individual event of the meeting and, like the otherJohannesburg men’s throws, was won with a classy performance. SteveBackley continued his unbeaten World Cup run with a meeting recordof 88.71 in round two. Russia’s Sergey Makarov placed second forEurope, two places ahead of the African representative, which meantthat Europe led Africa 107-105 in the men’s contest with just the4x400m relay remaining.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Sergey Makarov EUR RUS 86.442, Boris Henry GER 81.603, Emeterio González AME CUB 79.774, Steve Backley GBR 79.395, Hardus Pienaar AFR RSA 78.916, Li Rongxiang ASI CHN 78.127, William Hamlyn-Harris OCE AUS 74.488, Gustavo Dacal ESP 68.269, Chris Clever USA 65.73

Makarov recorded his 14th win from 15 contests in 2002, winning eas-ily from Henry with 1989 winner Backley – Makarov’s conqueror atthe 2002 European Championships – only fourth. Distances werereduced by the swirling winds in the stadium.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Andreas Thorkildsen EUR NOR 87.17

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2, Hardus Pienaar AFR RSA 83.623, Aleksandr Ivanov RUS 81.874, Chen Qi ASI CHN 79.205, Yeóryios Íltsios GRE 75.746, Stuart Farquhar OCE NZL 74.557, Rob Minnitti USA 73.408, Bérenger Demerval FRA 67.689, Robbie Pratt AME MEX 29.02

The United States men were two points behind Europeans going intothis event and with just the 4x400m to come. That gap looked certainto grow in the javelin and it did to eight points following a dominatingdisplay by Thorilkdsen who, like Alekna and Murofushi, won in thestadium where they had taken Olympic gold two years earlier. TheNorwegian’s opener of 87.17 was easily enough for victory whilePienaar’s second place proved useful in Africa’s battle with Asia forthird spot in the men’s tournament. Less successful were the Americas.Embarrassingly, they could not find a javelin thrower and Mexicanpole vaulter Robbie Pratt made a token effort of 29.02.

4 x 100 Metres Relay Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, United States 38.03WR2, GDR 38.573, Americas 38.664, Europe (USSR) 39.055, FRG 39.206, Africa 39.747, Oceania 40.088, Asia 41.09

Steve Williams, fresh from his 100m victory the previous evening,completed a tremendous weekend by anchoring his team to the firstever world record at an IAAF World Cup.

Running in lane 7, Collins and Riddick did not get the best of batonpasses, but each decisively outran their closest opponents, the GDR(lane 8). Wiley established a conclusive lead before handing toWilliams, who stopped the clock 0.16 quicker than the USA’s 1972Olympic winning time. “It’s astonishing how we understand each other

in a race,” reflected Williams. The GDR set a new national record insecond place.

TeamsUSA Bill Collins, Steve Riddick, Cliff Wiley, Steve WilliamsGDR Manfred Kokot, Eugen Ray, Detlef Kübeck, Alexander ThiemeAME Rui da Silva BRA, Silvio Leonard CUB, Don Quarrie JAM, Osvaldo Lara

CUBEUR Aleksandr Aksinin URS, Nikolay Kolesnikov URS, Yuriy Silov URS,

Valeriy Borzov URSFRG Werner Bastians, Bernd Sattler, Dieter Steinmann, Michael GruseAFR Samson Oyeledon NGR, Théophile Nkounkou CGO, Amadou Meité

CIV, Momar NʼDao SENOCE Paul Narracott AUS, Barry Besanko AUS, Gary Henley-Smith NZL,

Colin McQueen AUSASI Anat Ratanapol THA, Suchart Chairsuvaparb THA, Ok Sein-Jin KOR,

Farhan Al-Roumaihi QAT

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Americas 38.702, United States 38.773, Europe (Poland) 38.854, GDR 38.865, Africa 39.026, USSR 39.527, Oceania (Australia) 39.858, Asia 40.09

The individual 100m winner Sanford was sorely missed by the UnitedStates, who ran well but were defeated on the final leg by an inspiredCuban/Brazilian squad.

TeamsAME Osvaldo Lara CUB, Nelson dos Santos BRA, Silvio Leonard CUB,

Altevir de Araújo BRAUSA Mike Roberson, Harvey Glance, Mel Lattany, Steve RiddickEUR Jerzy Brunner POL, Leszek Dunecki POL, Zenon Licznerski POL,

Marian Woronin POLGDR Klaus-Dieter Kurrat, Detlef Kübeck, Olaf Prenzler, Alexander ThiemeAFR Ernest Obeng GHA, Edward Ofili NGR, Théophile Nkounkou CGO,

Peter Okodogbe NGRURS Valeriy Podluzhny, Andrey Shlyapnikov, Aleksandr Aksinin, Vladimir

IgnatenkoOCE James Kelly AUS, Richard James AUS, Barry Besanko AUS, Colin

OʼSullivan AUSASI Suchart Chairsuvaparb THA, Mohammed Al-Malky OMA, Akira Harada

JPN, Shunzo Shito JPN

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Europe (Poland) 38.732, GDR 38.793, United States 38.854, USSR 39.045, Americas 39.136, Italy 39.677, Asia (Japan) 40.078, Oceania 40.85

Africa DQ

The USA, anchored again by Williams, were well below strength andsuccumbed to two better-drilled European teams in the second half ofthe race. The notorious Ben Johnson made his début at an IAAF eventfor the Americas.

TeamsEUR Krzysztof Zwolinski POL, Zenon Licznerski POL, Leszek Dunecki POL,

Marian Woronin POLGDR Frank Hollender, Detlef Kübeck, Bernhard Hoff, Frank EmmelmannUSA Mel Lattany, Anthony Ketchum, Stanley Floyd, Steve WilliamsURS Yuriy Naumenko, Nikolay Sidorov, Aleksandr Aksinin, Vladimir MuravyovAME Desai Williams CAN, Colin Bradford JAM, Don Quarrie JAM, Ben

Johnson CAN

JAVELIN THROW

Leading point scorers:25 Steve Backley GBR 89-1, 94-1, 98-1, 2002-4 (non-scoring)16 Sergey Makarov EUR/RUS 98-2, 2002-115 Wolfgang Hanisch GDR 77-2, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Backley3 Mike OʼRourke OCE/NZL 77-6, 79-2, 81-6

John Stapylton-Smith OCE/NZL 85-5, 89-7, 92-7Zhang Lianbiao ASI/CHN 92-6, 94-6, 98-7Emeterio González AME/CUB 94-7, 98-5, 2002-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 3 1 2 3 - 1 - - - 65AFR - 2 - 1 2 1 1 3 - 40OCE - 1 1 - 1 4 3 - - 40GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38ASI - 1 - 1 - 3 4 1 - 35AME - - 2 - 3 1 1 1 2 35USA - - 1 4 - - 1 2 1 34GBR 3 - - 1* 1 - - - - 29GER - 2 1 - - - - - - 21URS 1 1 - - 1 - - - - 20FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRA - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

JAVELIN THROW

Leading point scorers:25 Steve Backley GBR 89-1, 94-1, 98-1, 2002-4 (non-scoring)16 Sergey Makarov EUR/RUS 98-2, 2002-115 Wolfgang Hanisch GDR 77-2, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Backley3 Mike OʼRourke OCE/NZL 77-6, 79-2, 81-6

John Stapylton-Smith OCE/NZL 85-5, 89-7, 92-7Zhang Lianbiao ASI/CHN 92-6, 94-6, 98-7Emeterio González AME/CUB 94-7, 98-5, 2002-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 3 1 2 3 - 1 - - - 65AFR - 2 - 1 2 1 1 3 - 40OCE - 1 1 - 1 4 3 - - 40GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38ASI - 1 - 1 - 3 4 1 - 35AME - - 2 - 3 1 1 1 2 35USA - - 1 4 - - 1 2 1 34GBR 3 - - 1* 1 - - - - 29GER - 2 1 - - - - - - 21URS 1 1 - - 1 - - - - 20FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9RUS - - 1 - - - - - - 7EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRA - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 395* Non-scoring

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ITA Pierfrancesco Pavoni, Giovanni Bongiorni, Diego Nodari, CarloSimionato

ASI Toshio Toyota JPN, Hideyuki Arikawa JPN, Hideki Ikeda JPN, HirohitoYamazaki JPN

OCE Gerrard Keating AUS, Shane Downey NZL, James Kelly AUS, PeterVan Miltenberg AUS

AFR Amadou Meité CIV, Théophile Nkounkou CGO, Degnan Kablan CIV,Ernest Obeng GHA

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, United States 38.102, Americas 38.313, USSR 38.354, GDR 38.395, Europe (Italy) 38.766, Oceania (Australia) 39.357, Africa (Nigeria) 39.558, Asia (PR of China) 39.74

The third leg of Calvin Smith was the key to a brilliant win by the USA,who clocked the fastest time not to stand as a world record.

Carl Lewis had been apparently dropped from the US squad whenhe returned to the USA after the USSR v USA match in Tokyo in lateSeptember.

TeamsUSA Harvey Glance, Kirk Baptiste, Calvin Smith, Dwayne EvansAME Desai Williams CAN, Robson da Silva BRA, Leandro Peñalver CUB,

Ben Johnson CANURS Nikolay Yushmanov, Aleksandr Semyonov, Aleksandr Yevgenyev,

Vladimir MuravyovGDR Heiko Truppel, Steffen Bringmann, Torsten Heimrath, Frank

EmmelmannEUR Antonio Ullo ITA, Stefano Tilli ITA, Pierfrancesco Pavoni ITA, Carlo

Simionato ITAOCE Robert Stone AUS, Peter Van Miltenberg AUS, Clayton Kearney AUS,

Gerrard Keating AUSAFR Victor Edet NGR, Ikpoto Eseme NGR, Iziak Adeyanju NGR, Chidi Imoh

NGRASI Li Feng CHN, Cai Jianming CHN, Yu Zhuanghui CHN, Zheng Cheng CHN

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, United States 38.292, Great Britain & NI 38.343, Europe (France) 38.474, Africa 38.815, GDR 39.026, Americas 39.077, Oceania (Australia) 39.208, Asia (Japan) 39.329, Spain 39.69

The US team lacked major stars but won nevertheless, with SlipWatkins withstanding a dramatic final leg by individual winnerChristie.

TeamsUSA Andre Cason, Tony Dees, Daron Council, Slip WatkinsGBR Clarence Callender, John Regis, Marcus Adam, Linford ChristieEUR Max Morinière FRA, Gilles Quénéhervé FRA, Bruno Marie-Rose FRA,

Daniel Sangouma FRAAFR Amadou Mbaye SEN, Chidi Imoh NGR, Olapade Adeniken NGR,

Davidson Ezinwa NGRGDR Sven Matthes, Steffen Bringmann, Torsten Heimrath, Steffen GörmerAME Sérgio Menezes BRA, Félix Stevens CUB, Joel Isasi CUB, Andrés

Simón CUBOCE Shane Naylor AUS, David Dworjanyn AUS, Steve McBain AUS, Tim

Jackson AUSASI Koji Kurihara JPN, Susumo Takano JPN, Kenji Yamauchi JPN, Takahiro

Kasahara JPNESP Florencio Gascón, Miguel García, Valentín Rocandio, Javier Arques

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, United States 38.482, Americas 38.513, Africa 39.084, Great Britain & NI 39.405, Unified Team 39.576, Oceania 39.637, Europe 39.678, Asia 39.89

Calvin Smith was the only survivor from the 1985 squad, and he wasinvolved in another victory after a close race between the USA and ateam of three Cubans and a Brazilian.

TeamsUSA Bryan Bridgwater, Kevin Braunskill, Calvin Smith, Jeff WilliamsAME Andrés Simón CUB, Joel Lamela CUB, Joel Isasi CUB, Robson da Silva BRAAFR John Myles-Mills GHA, Olapade Adeniken NGR, Oluyemi Kayode NGR,

Sanusi Turay SLEGBR Allyn Condon, Darren Campbell, Jamie Baulch, Jason FergusEUN Pavel Galkin RUS, Edvin Ivanov RUS, Andrey Fedoriv RUS, Igor

Streltsov UKROCE Gus Nketia NZL, Shane Naylor AUS, Brett Leavy AUS, Peter Crane AUSEUR Christoph Pöstinger AUT, Steffen Bringmann GER, Giorgio Marras ITA,

Marco Menchini ITAASI Zhang Hong CHN, Wu Jianhui CHN, Zhao Cunlin CHN, Zheng Cheng CHN

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Great Britain & NI 38.462, Africa 38.973, United States 39.334, Americas 39.395, Europe (France) 39.466, Asia (PR of China) 55.58

Germany DQ (r170.14)Oceania DNF

A month earlier, the highly-favoured British team dropped the baton atthe European Championships. This would explain the successivelylouder cheers of relief with each successful British baton pass. By thetime Linford Christie got the baton he was already 3m ahead and hewent on to score his second win of the weekend.

TeamsGBR Darren Braithwaite, Tony Jarrett, John Regis, Linford ChristieAFR Frank Nwankpa NGR, Emmanuel Tuffuor GHA, Oluyemi Kayode NGR,

Olapade Adeniken NGRUSA Mark Witherspoon, Roland McGhee, Marcel Carter, Sam JeffersonAME André da Silva BRA, Atlee Mahorn CAN, Arnaldo Silva BRA, Robson da

Silva BRAEUR Hermann Lomba FRA, Daniel Sangouma FRA, Jean-Charles Trouabal

FRA, Eric Perrot FRAASI Li Tao CHN, Lin Wei CHN, Ye Hu CHN, Chen Wenzhong CHNGER Marc Blume, Robert Kurnicki, Michael Huke, Steffen GörmerOCE Gus Nketia NZL, Damien Marsh AUS, Steve Brimacombe AUS, Tim

Jackson AUS

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Great Britain &NI 38.092, United States 38.253, Africa 38.294, Americas 38.335, Oceania (Australia) 38.786, Europe (France) 38.807, Germany 38.898, Asia (PR of China) 39.35

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British relay teams had been in sparkling form all year, with victoriesin the European Cup and European Championships. In Johannesburgthis seasonal experience paid off with a rare win over the United States.It was Africa who took an early lead through Ogunkoya, but they lostground with inferior baton passing and Chambers was already in frontat the start of the anchor leg. Harden stormed through for second placebut never looked like catching the British team.

TeamsGBR Allyn Condon, Marlon Devonish, Julian Golding, Dwain ChambersUSA Jonathan Carter, Curtis Perry, Allen Johnson, Tim HardenAFR Seun Ogunkoya NGR, Leonard Myles-Mills GHA, Frankie Fredericks

NAM, Eric Nkansah GHAAME Brad McCuaig CAN, Edson Ribeiro BRA, Sebastián Keitel CHI,

Claudinei da Silva BRAOCE Darryl Wohlsen AUS, Damien Marsh AUS, David Baxter AUS, Matt

Shirvington AUSEUR Thierry Lubin FRA, Frédéric Krantz FRA, Christophe Cheval FRA,

Needy Guims FRAGER Patrick Schneider, Holger Blume, Manuel Milde, Marc BlumeASI Zhou Wei CHN, Lin Wei CHN, Yin Hanzhao CHN, Han Chaoming CHN

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, United States 37.952, Americas 38.323, Africa 38.634, Europe (Ukraine) 38.865, Asia (Thailand) 38.916, Great Britain & NI 39.237, Oceania (Australia) 39.588, Spain 39.64

Germany DQ (r170.14)

The apparent new world 100m record holder Tim Montgomery did notrun for the USA as anticipated, which was just as well as ultimately allhis marks since May 2001 were annulled because of a doping violationwhich came to light in 2003. Even without him the United Satessnipped the Cup (and former world) record with a 2002 world best of37.95. Drummond got the team off to a fine start but the final exchangewas poor. Nevertheless Miller ran a brilliant anchor to put the resultbeyond doubt.

TeamsUSA Jon Drummond, Jason Smoots, Kaaron Conwright, Coby MillerAME Freddy Mayola CUB, Kim Collins SKN, Chris Williams JAM, Dominic

Demeritte BAHAFR Idrissa Sanou BUR, Uchenna Emedolu NGR, Aziz Zakari GHA, Frankie

Fredericks NAMEUR Konstantin Vasyukov UKR, Konstantin Rurak UKR, Anatoliy Dovgal

UKR, Aleksandr Kaydash UKRASI Reanchai Srihawong THA, Visanu Sophanich THA, Ekkachai Janthana

THA, Sittichai Suwonprateep THAGBR Jonathan Barbour, Marlon Devonish, Christian Malcolm, Daniel PlummerOCE Tim Williams, Paul Di Bella AUS, David Geddes AUS, Patrick Johnson

AUSESP Cecilio Maestra, Pedro Nolet, Angel David Rodríguez, Carlos BerlangaGER Ronny Ostwald, Marc Blume, Alexander Kosenkow, Mark Kochan

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, United States 37.592, Europe (Great Britain & NI) 38.453, Asia (Japan) 38.514, Russia 38.785, Africa 38.876, Oceania (Australia) 39.487, France 39.678, Greece 39.84

Americas DNF

The world athlete of 2006 Asafa Powell was due to run the final leg butnever got going because his team failed at the second changeoverbetween Burns and Williams. It would have taken an exceptional per-formance for his team to have won, because the United States lefteveryone far behind with the joint fifth-fastest of all-time, 37.59. Thatwas by far the world’s fastest of the year and included a brilliant thirdleg from Gay, only an hour or so after his victory at the individual100m. Unusually, two of the winning team (Conwright and Smoots)repeated from four years earlier.TeamsUSA Kaaron Conwright, Wallace Spearmon, Tyson Gay, Jason SmootsEUR Dwain Chambers GBR, Dwayne Grant GBR, Marlon Devonish GBR,

Mark Lewis-Francis GBRASI Naoki Tsukahara JPN, Shingo Suetsugu JPN, Shinji Takahira JPN,

Shigeyuki Kojima JPNRUS Maksim Mokrousov, Mikhail Yegorychev, Roman Smirnov, Andrey

YepishinAFR Adetoye Durotoye NGR, Uchenna Emedolu NGR, Stéphan Buckland

MRI, Eric Nkansah GHAOCE Daniel Batman AUS, Patrick Johnson AUS, Ambrose Ezenwa AUS,

Aaron Rouge-Serret AUSFRA Oudère Kankarafou, Dimitri Demoniere, Fabrice Calligny, Aimé-Issa

NthépéGRE Ioánnis Polítis, Andreás Karayiannis, Aristídis Petrídis, Panayiótis SarrísAME Dwight Thomas JAM, Marc Burns TRI, Chris Williams JAM, Asafa

Powell JAM

4 x 400 Metres Relay Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, FRG 3:01.242, Europe 3:02.473, Americas 3:02.774, GDR 3:03.915, Africa 3:04.286, Oceania 3:06.37, Asia 3:10.9

United States DNF

4 x 100 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:5 Detlef Kübeck GDR 77-2, 79-4, 81-24.75Róbson da Silva AME/BRA 85-2, 92-2, 94-4

Olapade Adeniken AFR/NGR 89-4, 92-3, 94-2

Three or more appearances:3 Aleksandr Aksinin EUR/URS,URS 77-4, 79-6, 81-4

Théophile Nkounkou AFR/CGO 77-6, 79-5, 81-dqKübeckSteffen Bringmann GDR,EUR/GER 85-4, 89-5, 92-7da SilvaAdenikenMarc Blume GER 94-dq, 98-7, 2002-dqMarlon Devonish GBR, EUR/GBR 98-1, 2002-6 (non-scoring), 2006-2

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 6 2 2 - - - - - - 79AME 1 3 1 2 1 1 - - - 55EUR 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 - - 54AFR - 1 3 1 2 1 1 - - 46GDR - 2 - 2 1 - - - - 30GBR 2 1 - 1 - 1* - - - 29OCE - - - - 1 3 4 1 - 27ASI - - 1 - 1 1 1 6 - 25URS - - 1 1 - 1 - - - 15RUS - - - 1 - - - - - 6EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GER - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 1 389* Non-scoring

4 x 100 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:5 Detlef Kübeck GDR 77-2, 79-4, 81-24.75Róbson da Silva AME/BRA 85-2, 92-2, 94-4

Olapade Adeniken AFR/NGR 89-4, 92-3, 94-2

Three or more appearances:3 Aleksandr Aksinin EUR/URS,URS 77-4, 79-6, 81-4

Théophile Nkounkou AFR/CGO 77-6, 79-5, 81-dqKübeckSteffen Bringmann GDR,EUR/GER 85-4, 89-5, 92-7da SilvaAdenikenMarc Blume GER 94-dq, 98-7, 2002-dqMarlon Devonish GBR, EUR/GBR 98-1, 2002-6 (non-scoring), 2006-2

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 6 2 2 - - - - - - 79AME 1 3 1 2 1 1 - - - 55EUR 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 - - 54AFR - 1 3 1 2 1 1 - - 46GDR - 2 - 2 1 - - - - 30GBR 2 1 - 1 - 1* - - - 29OCE - - - - 1 3 4 1 - 27ASI - - 1 - 1 1 1 6 - 25URS - - 1 1 - 1 - - - 15RUS - - - 1 - - - - - 6EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4FRG - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 4FRA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GER - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 1 389* Non-scoring

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The USA needed to beat the GDR by at least two places to win the firstWorld Cup trophy. Their race started well but ended in disaster. Vinsongained a slight lead which Andrews extended before passing to EdwinMoses, who was making a rare appearance at 400m flat. Moses (44.8)ran the quickest leg of all the Americans but lost ground to another hur-dler, Harald Schmid (44.5). As Parks set off a stride ahead ofHerrmann, the GDR were fourth. The USA could still win the cup evenif they only placed second in the race. But just as he began to moveaway from Herrmann along the backstraight, Parks pulled his righthamstring and the USA lost everything.

Alberto Juantorena (43.7) went from sixth to third place on the finalleg for the Americas team, in what was his fourth race in three days.

Teams & splits where knownFRG Lothar Krieg 46.5, Franz-Peter Hofmeister 45.3, Harald Schmid 44.5,

Bernd Herrmann 45.0EUR Josip Alebic YUG 46.3, Francis Demarthon FRA 45.8, David Jenkins

GBR 45.5, Ryszard Podlas POL 44.9AME Delmo da Silva BRA, Fred Sowerby ANT, Brian Saunders CAN, Alberto

Juantorena CUB 43.7GDR Reinhard Kokot, Olaf Beyer, Gunter Arnold, Volker BeckAFR Degnan Kablan CIV, Samson Kebenei KEN, Dele Udo NGR, Felix

Imadiyi NGROCE John Higham AUS, Rick Mitchell AUS, Anthony Hodgins AUS, Steve

Erkkila NZLASI Ku Boon-Chil KOR, Mohammed-Reza Entezari IRI, Wang Lung-Hu TPE,

Uday Khrishna Pradhu INDUSA Stanley Vinson 46.2, Thomas Andrews 45.1, Edwin Moses 44.8, Maxie

Parks DNF (injured)

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, United States 3:00.702, Europe 3:00.803, Africa 3:01.224, USSR 3:02.245, Americas 3:02.396, GDR 3:05.277, Oceania 3:06.198, Asia 3:12.49

Darden made up for his poor run in the individual 400m by anchoringthe USA to victory in the race and the overall World Cup. He had beenpassed by individual winner Hassan on the backstraight of the final leg.The Sudan runner covered the first half of his leg in a suicidal 20.9. TheAmerican regained the lead in the homestraight and held off Schmiduntil the finish.

Teams & splits where knownUSA Herman Frazier 46.1, Bill Green 45.3, Willie Smith 44.4, Tony Darden 44.9EUR Ryszard Podlas POL 46.2, Franz-Peter Hofmeister FRG 44.8, Harry

Schulting NED 44.8, Harald Schmid FRG 45.0AFR Billy Konchellah KEN 45.8, Dele Udo NGR 45.9, James Atuti KEN 44.9,

Hassan El Kasheef SUD 44.7URS Viktor Burakov, Vasiliy Arkhipenko, Remigius Valiulis, Nikolay

ChernetskiyAME Ian Stapleton JAM 47.2, Colin Bradford JAM 44.8, Brian Saunders CAN

46.9, Clyde Edwards BAR 45.5GDR Frank Richter 46.9, Udo Bauer 45.7, Frank Schaffer 47.2, Manfred

Konow 45.5OCE Peter Grant AUS, Jim OʼSullivan AUS, John Higham AUS, Peter

Pearless NZLASI Fahim Al-Sada IRQ, Uday Khrishna Pradhu IND, Ramashwany

Gnanasekaran IND, Shoichi Handa JPN

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, United States 2:59.122, Europe 3:01.473, Americas 3:02.014, USSR 3:02.935, Italy 3:03.236, GDR 3:03.63

7, Africa 3:05.558, Oceania (Australia) 3:07.119, Asia (Japan) 3:09.93

The huge crowd of 73,000 witnessed a commanding display by theAmerican quartet, who were never headed and clocked a time whichhad only ever been beaten by the Olympic winning teams of 1968 and1976.

Teams & splits where knownUSA Walter McCoy 45.20, Cliff Wiley 44.41, Willie Smith 44.48, Tony Darden

44.93EUR Eric Josjö SWE 46.5, Alfons Brijdenbach BEL 44.9, Koen Gijsbers NED

45.9, Hartmut Weber FRG 44.15AME Héctor Daley PAN 46.7, Colin Bradford JAM 44.9, Mike Paul TRI 45.3,

Bert Cameron JAM 45.00URS Pavel Roshchin 46.0, Viktor Burakov 45.3, Vitaliy Fedotov 46.2, Viktor

Markin 45.5ITA Stefano Malinverni 46.8, Roberto Tozzi 45.7, Alfonso Di Guida 46.1,

Mauro Zuliani 44.65GDR Frank Schaffer 44.7, Carsten Petters 44.8, Volker Beck 45.6, Andreas

Knebel 45.6AFR Brahim Amour ALG, Degnan Kablan CIV, Sammy Koskei KEN, James

Atuti KENOCE Gary Minihan AUS, John Fleming AUS, Peter Van Miltenberg AUS,

Michael Willis AUSASI Eiji Natori JPN, Takayuki Isobe JPN, Shigenobu Omori JPN, Takashi

Nagao JPN

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, United States 3:00.712, GDR 3:00.823, Oceania (Australia) 3:01.354, Europe 3:01.465, USSR 3:03.176, Americas 3:03.527, Asia 3:10.20

Africa DQ

The USA needed only fourth place to secure the World Cup, and thingswere going to plan when Armstead held a lead of 5m on the third leg.As the American approached Franks for the final exchange, DarrenClark and Vladimir Krylov traded shoves as they jostled for positionwhile awaiting their own incoming runners. As a result, Krylov waspushed into the path of Armstead, who was dramatically knocked ontothe infield. Franks had to run backwards to get the baton.

The Americans had dropped to fourth, and in the confusion GDRmoved into the lead through individual runner-up Schönlebe. The hero-ic Franks closed the gap and moved into third behind the GDR andAfrica on the final bend, 7m behind Schönlebe. The East German tiredand Africa’s Egbunike passed him with 50m left. Franks was still clos-ing and caught the African on the line to score a famous victory. Hewas unofficially timed at 44.2.

In those dramatic final strides, Egbunike lost grip of the baton,causing the unlucky Africans to be disqualified. The USSR were ini-tially disqualified after the incident at the third changeover, but werelater reinstated. The US team, rather than setting off on a lap of hon-our, huddled around a television screen to watch the replays.

TeamsUSA Walter McCoy 45.1, Andre Phillips 44.9, Ray Armstead 46.6, Mike

Franks 44.2GDR Frank Möller 46.4, Mathias Schersing 45.8, Guido Lieske 44.5, Thomas

Schönlebe 44.2OCE Bruce Frayne AUS, Gary Minihan AUS, Alan Ozolins AUS, Darren Clark AUSEUR Pierfrancesco Pavoni ITA, Klaus Just FRG, Jörg Vaihinger FRG, Angel

Heras ESPURS Alexander Troshchilo, Aleksandr Vasilyev, Vladimir Prosin, Vladimir

KrylovAME Leandro Peñalver CUB, Ian Morris TRI, Héctor Daley PAN, Roberto

Hernández CUBASI Takeo Suzuki JPN, Abdul Yussouf IRQ, Hiromi Kawasumi JPN,

Mohammed Al-Malky OMAAFR Sunday Uti NGR 46.1, David Kitur KEN 45.0, Gabriel Tiacoh CIV 44.9,

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Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Americas 3:00.652, United States 3:00.993, Africa 3:01.884, Great Britain & NI 3:02.645, GDR 3:02.736, Europe 3:02.957, Oceania (Australia) 3:04.888, Spain 3:05.269, Asia 3:05.63

Individual winner Hernández overtook Pettigrew on the final leg, butsecond place points were enough for the USA to take the overall WorldCup again.

Teams & splits where knownAME Lázaro Martínez CUB, Sérgio Menezes BRA, Howard Burnett JAM,

Roberto Hernández CUB 44.9USA Clarence Daniel 45.2, Oliver Bridges 45.4, Raymond Pierre 45.1,

Antonio Pettigrew 45.3AFR Simon Kipkemboi KEN 46.4, Lucas Sang KEN 45.0, David Kitur KEN

45.7, Gabriel Tiacoh CIV 44.8GBR Derek Redmond 46.9, Kriss Akabusi 45.1, Todd Bennett 45.5, Phil

Brown 45.2GDR Volker Thiel, Karsten Just, Jens Carlowitz, Thomas SchönlebeEUR Norbert Dobeleit FRG, Vladimir Krylov URS, Edgar Itt FRG, Roberto

Ribaud ITAOCE Leigh Miller AUS, Mark Rosenberg AUS, Steve Perry AUS, Mark Garner

AUSESP Manuel Moreno, Cayetano Cornet, Moisés Fernández, José Luis

PalaciosASI Mohammed Al-Malky OMA, Zhao Cunlin CHN, Ibrahim Ismail QAT,

Isidro Del Prado PHI

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Africa 3:02.142, Americas 3:02.953, Great Britain & NI 3:03.954, United States 3:03.805, Europe 3:04.536, Asia 3:05.307, Oceania 3:07.228, Unified Team (Russia) 3:10.38

Africa had plenty of room for error, with a 10-point margin overBritain in the World Cup standings before the race. They won anyway,with Matete and Bada picking up their second wins of the weekend.Teams & splits where knownAFR Benyounès Lahlou MAR 46.8, Samuel Matete ZAM 44.7, Simon Kemboi

KEN 46.2, Sunday Bada NGR 44.4AME Lázaro Martínez CUB, Devon Morris JAM, Troy Douglas BER, Norberto

Téllez CUB 44.9GBR Duʼaine Ladejo, Jon Ridgeon, Allyn Condon, Mark Richardson 44.2USA Frank Atwater 46.8, Willie Caldwell 46.5, Antonio Pettigrew 45.3, Chip

Jenkins 45.2EUR Andrea Nuti ITA, Rico Lieder GER, Jens Carlowitz GER, Stéphane

Diagana FRAASI Masayoshi Kan JPN, Takahiro Watanabe JPN, Koji Ito JPN, Ibrahim

Ismail QATOCE Anthony Ryan AUS, Michael Joubert AUS, Manesh Pillay AUS, Jason

Hooker AUSEUN Andrey Platonov RUS, Dmitriy Kosov RUS, Dmitriy Kliger RUS, Dmitriy

Golovastov RUS

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Great Britain & NI 3:01.342, Africa 3:02.663, Europe 3:03.26

4, Germany 3:04.155, Americas 3:04.286, Oceania 3:05.707, Asia 3:12.38

United States DNS

Britain could still win the 1994 World Cup if they won the race withthe Africans no better than seventh. Britain won easily but, Africa,anchored superbly by Sunday Bada, were a fine second and thereforeretained the Cup.

The United States’ disastrous weekend reached a nadir when theywere forced to scratch from this race because Ron Clark was delayedin the doping control room after his run in the 200m.

Teams & splits:GBR David McKenzie 46.0, Duʼaine Ladejo 45.1, Jamie Baulch 45.58, Roger

Black 44.57AFR Simon Kemboi KEN 47.2, Samuel Matete ZAM 45.5, Samson Kitur KEN

45.27, Sunday Bada NGR 44.73EUR Mathias Rusterholz SUI 46.5, Stéphane Diagana FRA 45.6, Mikhail

Vdovin RUS 45.65, Dmitriy Golovastov RUS 45.59GER Daniel Bittner 47.1, Julian Voelkel 45.6, Nico Motchebon 45.45, Olaf

Hense 45.98AME Inaldo Sena BRA 46.5, Iván García CUB 45.7, Norberto Téllez CUB

45.73, Michael McDonald JAM 46.60OCE Shaun Farrell NZL 47.08, Brett Callaghan AUS 46.99, Michael Joubert

AUS 46.65, Paul Greene AUS 44.98ASI Shigeaki Matsunaga JPN 47.5, Mohamed Sadaqat PAK 48.7, Sugath

Tillakaratne SRI 47.10, Kim Yong-Hwan KOR 49.08USA Calvin Davis, Darnell Hall, Ron Clark, Jason Rouser

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Great Britain & NI 2:59.712, Americas 2:59.773, Africa 3:01.084, Germany 3:03.655, Asia 3:03.946, Europe 3:03.957, Oceania (Australia) 3:08.57

United States DQ (r40.8) (2:59.28)

Africa needed to finish two places ahead of Europe in order to securethe Nelson Mandela trophy. They managed to do this, but not withoutdrama.

The first leg saw the USA and America in front with Europe(Kénteris 47.28) in seventh. McIntosh’s 44.54 put the Americas aheadat halfway before an identical split, by Arnaud Malherbe, broughtAfrica into contention. Meanwhile, Europe were battling for places 5-7 with Germany and Asia.

On the anchor, Olympic bronze medallist Davis Kamoga stormedinto the lead for Africa and it looked as if that continent would win therace – and therefore the World Cup – by a clear margin.

However, the Ugandan faded in the finishing straight and slippedto fourth place. Meanwhile Jerome Young timed his finish much betterthan in the individual 400m and won the race for the USA.

Risking disqualification, Kamoga flung his baton away in disgustafter the finish. In fact, he had still done enough for an overall Africanvictory by one point over Europe. In the race, Asia beat Europe by onehundredth, but even if Europe had prevailed, team victory would stillhave gone to Africa as they had four event wins to Europe’s three.

A decade after this race, Antonio Pettigrew was suspended by theIAAF after admitting to using human growth hormone and EPO datingback to 1997. He made the admissions during the trial of coach TrevorGraham, who was convicted of lying to agents investigating theBALCO affair. All of Pettigrew’s performances from January 1, 1997were cancelled, including this relay win and the second place in 2002.His earlier World Cup placings of 1989, 1992 and 1994 still stand.

Teams & split times (calculated times for 1st leg)GBR Mark Hylton 45.77, Jamie Baulch 44.81, Sean Baldock 44.97, Iwan

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AME Michael McDonald JAM 45.63, Troy McIntosh BAH 44.54, AlejandroCárdenas MEX 44.90, Roxbert Martin JAM 44.70

AFR Clement Chukwu NGR 46.02, Ibrahim Wade SEN 44.69, ArnaudMalherbe RSA 44.54, Davis Kamoga NGR 45.83

GER Klaus Ernsperger 47.06, Jens Dautzenberg 45.42, Marc-AlexanderScheer 45.91, Nils Schumann 45.26

ASI Ibrahim Ismail QAT 46.35, Sugath Tillakaratne SRI 45.48, Kenji TabataJPN 46.58, Masayoshi Kan JPN 45.53

EUR Kostás Kénteris GRE 47.28, Marc Foucan FRA 45.52, Marco VaccariITA 45.84, Pawel Januszewski POL 45.31

OCE Casey Vincent AUS 47.42, Michael Hazel AUS 47.19, Scott Thom AUS48.30, Brad Jamieson AUS 45.66

USA Mark Everett 45.53, Antonio Pettigrew DQ (r40.8) (44.97), Joey Woody45.20, Jerome Young 44.08

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Americas 2:59.192, Africa 3:01.693, Asia 3:03.024, Great Britain & NI 3:03.345, Oceania 3:03.656, Germany 3:05.31

Europe DQ (r170.8) (3:04.56)Spain DQ (r170.8) (3:12.62)United States DQ (r40.8) (2:59.21)

Running in his fifth World Cup and racing for the final time, Pettigrewtook over in the lead to run anchor for the USA but could not hold offBlackwood who was in the form of his life. The Jamaican edged aheadfor the Americas at the line, having recording a split of 43.78. OnlyAlberto Juantorena’s epic 43.7 from 1977 was faster in World Cup his-tory.

As noted in the report of the 1998 4x400 (above), Pettigrew and hisUS squad were ultimately disqualified after he admitted to years ofdoping violations after 1997.

Teams & splits (e = estimate)AME Felix Sánchez DOM 45.0, Alleyne Francique GRN 44.6, Michael

McDonald JAM 45.82, Michael Blackwood JAM 43.78AFR Adem Hacini ALG 45.0e, Sofiene Labidi TUN 45.1e, Fernando Augustin

MRI 46.37, Eric Milazar MRI 45.16ASI Rohan Pradeep Kumara SRI 45.27. Hamdan Al-Bishi KSA 46.80,

Sugath Thilakaratne SRI 45.79, Fawzi Al-Shammari KUW 45.16GBR Jared Deacon 45.6e, Jamie Baulch 46.1e, Tim Benjamin 45.73, Matt

Elias 45.96OCE Daniel Batman AUS 45.5e, Patrick Dwyer AUS 46.3e, Paul Pearce AUS

46.87, Clinton Hill AUS 44.97GER Ingo Schultz 44.8, Ruwen Faller 47.2, Jens Dautzenberg 46.88, Lars

Figura 46.46EUR Aleksandr Kaydash UKR 46.8e, Cédric van Branteghem BEL 46.0e,

Francis Obikwelu POR 45.77, Karel Bláha CZE 45.96ESP Salvador Rodríguez 47.1e, David Canal 45.7e, Antonio Manuel Reina

45.89, Alberto Martínez 53.89USA James Carter 45.5, Leonard Byrd 44.3, Godfrey Herring 45.30, Antonio

Pettigrew DQ (r40.8) (44.20)

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, United States 3:00.112, Americas 3:00.143, Africa 3:00.884, France 3:03.855, Europe 3:03.906, Russia 3:04.157, Asia 3:04.678, Oceania (Australia) 3:05.549, Greece 3:09.68

A great race to end the meeting though the World Men’s Cup appearedcertain to go to Europe as they needed only two points assuming theUnited States won. In the event Europe gained five points and the USdid indeed win, but only just.

The composite teams from Africa and the Americas raced ahead inthe first half, 20m up on the US squad, but then individual winnerMerritt closed on the Americas as Africa’s anchor Louala set off 4mahead. America’s anchorman Francique duelled with the Algerianwhile US anchor settled into third spot. In the straight Louala faded andthe Grenadan led, but then Williamson came back to dip for victory.His split was actually 0.07 slower than Francique, but he had begun hisleg 0.10 in front of the Grenadan before deciding to tuck in behind theleaders.

Teams & splits (e = estimate)USA Jamel Ashley 46.4e, Derrick Brew 45.1e, LaShawn Merritt 44.16, Darold

Williamson 44.39AME Chris Brown BAH 45.7e, Michael Blackwood JAM 44.7e, Carlos Santa

DOM 45.45, Alleyne Francique GRN 44.32AFR Paul Gorries RSA 46.4e, Gary Kikaya COD 44.1e, Young Talkmore

Nyongani ZIM 44.74, Malik Louahla ALG 45.65FRA Brice Panel 47.9e, Leslie Djhone 45.6e, Naman Keïta 45.02, Marc

Raquil 45.35EUR Rafal Wieruszewski POL 46.77, Kamghe Gaba GER 46.45, Daniel

Dabrowski POL 45.56, Andrea Barberi ITA 45.12RUS Dmitriy Petrov 46.9e, Vladislav Frolov 45.3e, Aleksandr Derevyagin

46.24, Yevgeniy Lebedev 45.69ASI Prasanna S. Amarasekara SRI 47.2e, Yuzo Kanemaru JPN 46.7e,

Hamed Hamadan Al-Bishi QAT 45.66, Mohammed Al-Salhi KSA 45.07OCE Tristan Thomas AUS 47.1e, Daniel Batman AUS 46.9e, Clinton Hill AUS

45.50, Sean Wroe AUS 46.01GRE Stilianós Dimótsios 47.5e, Padeleímon Melahrinoúdis 47.6e, Yeóryios

Doúpis 47.31, Dimítrios Régas 47.28

4 x 400 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:5 Michael McDonald AME/JAM 94-5, 98-2, 2002-14.25Willie Smith USA 79-1, 81-1

Tony Darden USA 79-1, 81-1Walter McCoy USA 81-1, 85-1Alleyne Francique AME/GRN 2002-1, 2006-2Michael Blackwood AME/JAM 2002-1, 2006-2

Three or more appearances:4 Antonio Pettigrew USA 89-2, 92-4, 98-dq, 2002-dq3 Ibrahim Ismail ASI/QAT 89-9, 92-6, 98-5

Jamie Baulch GBR 94-1, 98-1, 2002-4 (non-scoring)McDonaldSugath Thilakaratne ASI/SRI 94-7, 98-5, 2002-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 3 2 - 2 1 - - - 64AFR 1 2 4 - 1 - 1 - - 56EUR - 3 1 1 2 2 - - - 49USA 4 1 - 1 - - - - - 47OCE - - 1 - 1 2 4 2 - 31GBR 2 - 1 1+1* - - - - - 28ASI - - 1 - 1 1 4 1 2 26GDR - 1 - 1 1 2 - - - 24URS - - - 2 1 - - - - 15GER - - - 2 - 1 - - - 15FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9FRA - - - 1 - - - - - 6ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 5 3 383* Non-scoring

4 x 400 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:5 Michael McDonald AME/JAM 94-5, 98-2, 2002-14.25Willie Smith USA 79-1, 81-1

Tony Darden USA 79-1, 81-1Walter McCoy USA 81-1, 85-1Alleyne Francique AME/GRN 2002-1, 2006-2Michael Blackwood AME/JAM 2002-1, 2006-2

Three or more appearances:4 Antonio Pettigrew USA 89-2, 92-4, 98-dq, 2002-dq3 Ibrahim Ismail ASI/QAT 89-9, 92-6, 98-5

Jamie Baulch GBR 94-1, 98-1, 2002-4 (non-scoring)McDonaldSugath Thilakaratne ASI/SRI 94-7, 98-5, 2002-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 3 2 - 2 1 - - - 64AFR 1 2 4 - 1 - 1 - - 56EUR - 3 1 1 2 2 - - - 49USA 4 1 - 1 - - - - - 47OCE - - 1 - 1 2 4 2 - 31GBR 2 - 1 1+1* - - - - - 28ASI - - 1 - 1 1 4 1 2 26GDR - 1 - 1 1 2 - - - 24URS - - - 2 1 - - - - 15GER - - - 2 - 1 - - - 15FRG 1 - - - - - - - - 9FRA - - - 1 - - - - - 6ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5RUS - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 5 3 383* Non-scoring

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WOMEN

100 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3) (0.0)1, Marlies Oelsner GDR 11.162, Sonia Lannaman EUR GBR 11.263, Silvia Chivás AME CUB 11.344, Lyudmila Storozhkova URS 11.405, Evelyn Ashford USA 11.486, Ufon Ufon-Uko AFR NGR 11.627, Denise Robertson OCE AUS 11.898, Lee Eun-Ja ASI KOR 12.21

The previous July, Oelsner (10.88) had become the first woman to runquicker than 11 seconds on electrical timing. She confirmed her statusas the world’s best but was helped by the false start of Lannaman, herbiggest rival.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25) (-0.9)1, Evelyn Ashford USA 11.062, Marlies Göhr GDR 11.173, Annegret Richter EUR FRG 11.364, Lyudmila Kondratyeva URS 11.475, Angella Taylor AME CAN 11.506, Helen Edwards OCE AUS 11.677, Oguzoeme Nsenu AFR NGR 11.788, Emiko Konishi ASI JPN 12.31

Drawn in lane 8, with Ashford in 7, Göhr (née Oelsner) got the betterstart but the American quickly caught the East German and ran awayfrom her like no-one else had done for three years.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5) (0.1)1, Evelyn Ashford USA 11.022, Kathy Smallwood EUR GBR 11.103, Marlies Göhr GDR 11.134, Angella Taylor AME CAN 11.185, Natalya Bochina URS 11.386, Marisa Masullo ITA 11.537, Helen Edwards OCE AUS 11.588, Nawal El Moutawakel AFR MAR 11.929, Yukiko Osako ASI JPN 12.14

Ashford completed the Rome sprint double, comfortably, in front ofWorld Record holder Göhr. In fact, the East German did not even fin-ish second. Runner-up was Smallwood, who had been a late replace-ment in the European team for Sweden’s Linda Haglund. The Britonhad the best start and hung on to set a new British record.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5) (-0.6)1, Marlies Göhr GDR 11.10=2, Grace Jackson AME JAM 11.30

Marina Zhirova URS 11.304, Aneliya Nuneva EUR BUL 11.505, Rufina Uba AFR NGR 11.556, Jenny Flaherty OCE AUS 11.797, Kathrene Wallace USA 11.86

8, Lee Young-Sook ASI KOR 11.92

The 1979 and 1981 winner Ashford was taking a year off for materni-ty. This left Göhr to regain her 1977 title from Jackson and Zhirova,who had earlier taken second and third place in the 200m.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9) (-1.1)1, Sheila Echols USA 11.182, Mary Onyali AFR NGR 11.233, Silke Möller GDR 11.244, Laurence Bily EUR FRA 11.315, Liliana Allen AME CUB 11.346, Sandra Myers ESP 11.367, Natalya Voronova URS 11.498, Susanne Broadrick OCE AUS 11.969, Wang Huei-Chen ASI TPE 11.97

The USA regained the title through fast-starting Echols, who ran thesecond leg on the USA’s Olympic winning relay team.

Onyali was delighted to edge Möller (née Gladisch) for secondplace and achieve the then highest placing ever by an African womanin a World Cup.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26) (1.1)1, Natalya Voronova EUN RUS 11.33 0.1642, Liliana Allen AME CUB 11.34 0.2153, Tian Yumei ASI CHN 11.44 0.1674, Melinda Gainsford OCE AUS 11.53 0.2865, Christy Opara-Thompson AFR NGR 11.71 0.2876, Sheila Echols USA 11.72 0.1697, Sabine Günther GER 11.74 0.1948, Sisko Hanhijoki EUR FIN 11.76 0.168

The 1988 Olympic sprint relay bronze medallist Voronova, who wasseventh in 1989, won narrowly from Allen.

London 1994

(Sep 10) (-1.7)1, Irina Privalova EUR RUS 11.32 0.2582, Liliana Allen AME CUB 11.50 0.2653, Mary Onyali AFR NGR 11.52 0.2324, Melinda Gainsford OCE AUS 11.55 0.2335, Melanie Paschke GER 11.64 0.2426, Liu Xiaomei ASI CHN 11.66 0.2497, Paula Thomas GBR 11.67 0.2458, Sheila Echols USA 11.81 0.214

Echols, the 1989 winner, got the best start but wound up last in the cool(15°C) wet conditions. Victory went to European Champion Privalova.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12) (1.1)1, Marion Jones USA 10.65 0.1832, Chandra Sturrup AME BAH 10.97 0.1553, Mary Onyali AFR NGR 11.05 0.1684, Zhanna Pintusevich EUR UKR 11.08 0.1485, Irina Privalova RUS 11.15 0.163

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6, Andrea Philipp GER 11.25 0.1357, Lauren Hewitt OCE AUS 11.36 0.1378, Yan Jiankui ASI CHN 11.47 0.154

Marion Jones had enjoyed an unbeaten season in 1998 beforeJohannesburg, and won the 200m on the first day with a scintillating21.62. That made her the second-fastest women ever – after FlorenceGriffith Joyner – and she repeated that feat in the 100m. The Americanhad the slowest reaction time and the worst start, yet by 30m she wasahead and pulled clear to win by 3m. All eyes turned to the tracksideclock which stopped at 10.66, later confirmed as a cup record of 10.65.“I knew this track was fast,” said Jones, “and I wanted to be part of it.”

In third place Mary Onyali ran her fastest race since the birth of herdaughter in 1997. She brought her total of individual World Cup pointsto 33; only Marita Koch (46) and Evelyn Ashford (43) have scoredmore among women.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20) (-0.3)1, Tayna Lawrence AME JAM 11.06 0.2342, Susanthika Jayasinghe ASI SRI 11.20 0.2233, Endurance Ojokolo AFR NGR 11.26 0.2204, Glory Alozie ESP 11.28 0.1805, Melanie Paschke GER 11.37 0.1626, Marina Kislova RUS 11.41 0.1407, Kim Gevaert EUR BEL 11.41 0.1338, Lauren Hewitt OCE AUS 11.48 0.162

Marion Jones USA DQ (r40.8) 0.217(10.90)

There were three false starts, the track was saturated and she was drawnin the unfamiliar inside lane, but Jones repeated her 1998 win in a fast10.90. This and the sprint relay 85 minutes later were to be the extentof her 2002 World Cup as she left for home the following day.Lawrence, world #2 after Jones that year, was a clear runner-up. It wasJones’s 59th win from 60 100m races since 1997.

Regrettably all these statistics became inaccurate and meaninglesswhen – in October 2007 – Jones admitted to doping violations datingback to September 2000. All her performances then were annulled bythe IOC and/or the IAAF. Worse, she was imprisoned for six monthsin 2008 for having lied to US Federal Agents investigating theCalifornian Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative (Balco) steroid affair.Her World Cup performances from 1998 and 1999 world title were notaffected.

Athína 2006

Sep 16) (0.1)1, Sherone Simpson AME JAM 10.97 0.1392, Torri Edwards USA 11.19 0.1403, Vida Anim AFR GHA 11.21 0.1844, Kim Gevaert EUR BEL 11.24 0.1385, Yuliya Gushchina RUS 11.39 0.2206, Yeoryía Koklóni GRE 11.40 0.2287, Guzel Khubbieva ASI UZB 11.43 0.1368, Sally McLellan OCE AUS 11.44 0.1239, Daria Onysko POL 11.49 0.175

As expected the 2006 world number one Simpson won easily, but therewas a dramatic battle for second place. Gevaert (lane 6) held that posi-tion for most of the race, but she was veering left towards lane 5 whereEdwards was also drifting right. The two accidentally clashed armsabout 5m before the finish and a furious Gevaert lost momentum andtwo places because Anim also came past her on the other side.

200 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2) (-0.7)1, Irena Szewinska EUR POL 22.722, Bärbel Eckert GDR 23.023, Tatyana Prorochenko URS 23.264, Evelyn Ashford USA 23.415, Silvia Chivás AME CUB 23.456, Denise Robertson OCE AUS 23.827, Uti Ufon-Uko AFR NGR 24.178, Emiko Konishi ASI JPN 25.22

Szewinska warmed up for her 400m clash with Marita Koch with acomfortable victory over reigning Olympic Champion Eckert.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24) (-0.2)1, Evelyn Ashford USA 21.832, Marita Koch GDR 22.023, Lyudmila Kondratyeva URS 22.664, Annegret Richter EUR FRG 22.785, Angella Taylor AME CAN 22.836, Hannah Afriyie AFR GHA 23.617, Kim Robertson OCE NZL 23.788, Sumiko Kaihara ASI JPN 24.60

Koch had enjoyed a brilliant season, breaking the world record twice atboth 200m and 400m. In Montréal she produced another tremendous200m – 22.02 from lane 1 – but was 2m down on the revelation of themeeting, Ashford.

The American, running in lane 8, took almost half a second fromher American record to clock 21.83, second only to Koch’s 21.71. Witha 100m best of 10.97, she thus became the first woman in history tobetter both the 11 and 22 second barriers for the sprints.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4) (0.7)1, Evelyn Ashford USA 22.182, Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR TCH 22.31

100 METRES

Leading point scorers:31 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 77-1, 79-2, 81-3, 85-121 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-5, 79-1, 81-120 Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-2, 94-3, 98-3

Three or more appearances:4 Oelsner/Göhr3 Ashford

Liliana Allen AME/CUB 89-5, 92-2, 94-2Sheila Echols USA 89-1, 92-6, 94-8Onyali

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 3+1= 1 1 2 - - - - 66.5EUR 1 2 1 4 - - 1 1 - 55USA 4 1 - - 1 1 1 1 - 52AFR - 1 4 - 2 1 1 1 - 49GDR 2 1 2 - - - - - - 38OCE - - - 2 - 2 3 3 - 29ASI - 1 1 - - 1 1 4 2 26URS - 1= - 2 1 - 1 - - 24.5GER - - - - 2 1 1 - - 14RUS - - - - 2 1 - - - 13ESP - - - 1 - 1 - - - 10EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2POL - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 9+2= 9 10 10 10 10 10 3 396

100 METRES

Leading point scorers:31 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 77-1, 79-2, 81-3, 85-121 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-5, 79-1, 81-120 Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-2, 94-3, 98-3

Three or more appearances:4 Oelsner/Göhr3 Ashford

Liliana Allen AME/CUB 89-5, 92-2, 94-2Sheila Echols USA 89-1, 92-6, 94-8Onyali

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 3+1= 1 1 2 - - - - 66.5EUR 1 2 1 4 - - 1 1 - 55USA 4 1 - - 1 1 1 1 - 52AFR - 1 4 - 2 1 1 1 - 49GDR 2 1 2 - - - - - - 38OCE - - - 2 - 2 3 3 - 29ASI - 1 1 - - 1 1 4 2 26URS - 1= - 2 1 - 1 - - 24.5GER - - - - 2 1 1 - - 14RUS - - - - 2 1 - - - 13ESP - - - 1 - 1 - - - 10EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2POL - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 9+2= 9 10 10 10 10 10 3 396

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3, Bärbel Wöckel GDR 22.414, Angella Taylor AME CAN 22.675, Natalya Bochina URS 23.056, Marisa Masullo ITA 23.227, Helen Edwards OCE AUS 23.688, Hannah Afriyie AFR GHA 24.639, Emiko Konishi ASI JPN 24.82

Having clocked 21.84 into a headwind in Brussels one week earlier,many experts expected Ashford to threaten the world record of 21.71.However, she was handicapped by the inside lane. The draw empha-sised the American’s speed around the bend, and she entered thestraight a metre in front of Kratochvílová and Wöckel. Ashford heldthis advantage to the finish to duplicate her 1979 win.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4) (-0.7)1, Marita Koch GDR 21.902, Grace Jackson AME JAM 22.613, Marina Zhirova URS 22.664, Ewa Kasprzyk EUR POL 23.055, Pam Marshall USA 23.156, Maree Chapman OCE AUS 23.717, Rufina Ubah AFR NGR 24.028, Vandana Rao ASI IND 24.38

Like Ashford in Rome, Koch won from the inside lane into a headwind.Her time was one which only she had bettered all year.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8) (0.2)1, Silke Möller GDR 22.462, Mary Onyali AFR NGR 22.823, Grace Jackson AME JAM 22.874, Dannette Young USA 23.085, Galina Malchugina URS 23.126, Laurence Bily EUR FRA 23.207, Susanne Broadrick OCE AUS 24.058, Zhang Xiaoqiong ASI CHN 24.259, Blanca Lacambra ESP 24.44

Under heavy rain, Möller (lane 4) won from Onyali. Many felt thatOlympic silver medallist Jackson (second in 1985) could have placedhigher had she not been restricted by the inside lane.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25) (-0.3)1, Marie-José Pérec EUR FRA 23.072, Natalya Voronova EUN RUS 23.243, Chen Zhaojing ASI CHN 23.274, Melinda Gainsford OCE AUS 23.465, Dyan Webber USA 23.606, Sabine Günther GER 23.697, Christy Opara-Thompson AFR NGR 24.49

No Americas representative

Since her disqualification from the 1989 World Cup 400m, Pérec hadbecome the world’s best one-lap runner. Moving down a distance, shetrailed on the bend but finished strongly to overhaul Voronova.

London 1994

(Sep 9) (-1.7)1, Merlene Ottey AME JAM 22.23

2, Irina Privalova EUR RUS 22.513, Cathy Freeman OCE AUS 22.724, Mary Onyali AFR NGR 22.825, Chen Zhaojing ASI CHN 23.206, Paula Thomas GBR 23.227, Melanie Paschke GER 23.328, Chryste Gaines USA 24.21

At 34, Merlene Ottey was in the form of her life after a quiet season.One week earlier she had set a personal best at 100m of 10.78 in theIAAF Grand Prix Final.

She made her World Cup début with a clear win in the fastest timeever in Britain. Without a headwind, and on a warmer evening, theJamaican would surely have bettered 22 seconds.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11) (-0.6)1, Marion Jones USA 21.622, Falilat Ogunkoya AFR NGR 22.253, Zhanna Pintusevich EUR UKR 22.354, Beverly McDonald AME JAM 22.365, Irina Privalova RUS 22.616, Melanie Paschke GER 22.707, Tania Van Heer OCE AUS 22.938, Yan Jiankui ASI CHN 23.19

Unquestionably the world’s top woman athlete, Jones added to her cre-dentials by racing to the third-fastest time in history, 21.62. Obviouslythe high altitude was an advantage, but otherwise conditions wereunhelpful. It was cool (14°), there was a headwind and Jones wasdrawn in the unfamiliar ninth lane. After a cautious start (reaction time:0.258), the American was slightly ahead of Pintusevich after 100mthen stormed clear in the homestraight to win by more than 6m.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21) (-0.8)1, Debbie Ferguson AME BAH 22.492, Muriel Hurtis EUR FRA 22.783, Myriam Mani AFR CMR 22.814, Susanthika Jayasinghe ASI SRI 22.825, Lauren Hewitt OCE AUS 23.306, Marina Kislova RUS 23.387, Gabi Rockmeier GER 23.678, Julia Alba ESP 24.21

Kelli White USA DQ (r40.8) (23.51)

White deputised for Marion Jones but was ultimately disqualified for adoping violation. In any case, Commonwealth Champion Fergusonwas in a class by herself. Hurtis (lane 9) ran a strong second half toclaim second place after lying only sixth at the crown of the bend.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17) (-0.2)1, Sanya Richards USA 22.23 0.1622, Kim Gevaert EUR BEL 22.72 0.1593, Vida Anim AFR GHA 22.81 0.1744, Yuliya Gushchina RUS 22.96 0.1315, Monika Bejnar POL 23.21 0.1506, Guzel Khubbieva ASI UZB 23.34 0.1427, Cydonie Mothersill AME CAY 23.50 0.1978, Haríklia Boudá GRE 23.52 0.1579, Melanie Kleeberg OCE AUS 23.86 0.138

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The Americas lost valuable points through the non-selection ofSherone Simpson (22.00 twice in 2006), so Richards was left to scorea comfortable win. One lane outside the American Gevaert got the bet-ter start but after a few steps Richards was ahead and pulling clear withevery stride.She did the 200m/400m double which had been achievedby Irena Szewinska (1977) and Marita Koch (1985), and was about asfar ahead of the opposition than those two legends had been in theirheyday.

400 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Irena Szewinska EUR POL 49.522, Marita Koch GDR 49.763, Marina Sidorova URS 51.294, Sharon Dabney USA 51.965, Aurelia Pentón AME CUB 52.336, Verna Burnard OCE AUS 52.577, Ruth Waithera AFR KEN 53.908, Than Than ASI MYA 55.88

West Germans apart, there was no more popular winner in Düsseldorfthan Szewinska, who scored her last major triumph after a memorableduel with rising East German star Marita Koch.

It was Koch (lane 4) who set the pace, making up the stagger onSzewinska (lane 5) by 150m. The two women raced side by sidearound the final bend with Koch leading by 2m into the straight. Thelong-striding Pole slowly edged in front of Koch in the last 50m to winwith the second-quickest time in history.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Marita Koch GDR 48.972, Mariya Kulchunova URS 50.603, Irena Szewinska EUR POL 51.154, Marita Payne AME CAN 53.015, Terri-Anne Wangman OCE AUS 53.446, Ruth Waithera AFR KEN 53.607, Patricia Jackson USA 54.378, Rita Sen ASI IND 57.76

Koch had been undefeated since 1977 and had broken the world recordtwice earlier in the year. In Montréal, she was just past her peak for1979 but won by a yawning margin from lane 2 with only the fourthever sub-49 second clocking.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR TCH 48.612, Marita Koch GDR 49.273, Jackie Pusey AME JAM 51.484, Denean Howard USA 51.765, Erika Rossi ITA 52.506, Irina Nazarova URS 53.217, Leanne Evans OCE AUS 53.448, Ruth Atuti AFR KEN 55.589, Junko Yoshida ASI JPN 56.00

The one-lap event again proved to be a World Cup highlight withKratochvílová becoming the first woman to beat Koch since the 1977final. Koch, who had missed most of the season through injury, ran herbest race of 1981 and was only a metre behind the heavily-built Czechwoman at 300m (35.82). The two were almost even for several stridesbefore Kratochvílová went clear with a 12.8 final 100m. She clocked48.61, just 0.01 outside Koch’s world record.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Marita Koch GDR 47.60WR2, Olga Vladykina URS 48.273, Lillie Leatherwood USA 50.434, Ana Quirot AME CUB 50.865, Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR TCH 50.956, Debbie Flintoff OCE AUS 51.577, P. T. Usha ASI IND 51.618, Kehinde Vaughan AFR NGR 53.16After competing with distinction in the previous World Cup 400s,Koch reserved her greatest performance for her final appearance in thismeeting. The East German’s runs in the Canberra 200m and 4x400mpointed to the possibility of something special, and this was confirmedwhen Koch (lane 2) sped through 200m in 22.4. At 300m (34.1), a briefglance around confirmed her lead of 10m, and Koch continued to stridestrongly down the homestraight. She tightened in the last 5m butcrossed the line 0.39 inside Jarmila Kratochvílová’s world record.Vladykina (lane 1) ran tremendously herself to clock 48.27 and gainslightly on Koch at the finish. Kratochvílová herself finished fifth inher last major 400m. “It was a perfect race, if such a thing exists,” saidKoch. “I’m going to find if difficult to be motivated to prolong mycareer.”

The great East German star did continue for one more full seasonbefore announcing her retirement at the beginning of 1987.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Ana Quirot AME CUB 50.602, Grit Breuer GDR 50.673, Falilat Ogunkoya AFR NGR 51.674, Rochelle Stevens USA 52.165, Yelena Ruzina URS 52.486, Julia Merino ESP 53.637, Shiny Abraham ASI IND 53.808, Kathy Sambell OCE AUS 53.92

Marie-José Pérec EUR FRA DQ (50.30)

200 METRES

Leading point scorers:22 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-4, 79-1, 81-115 Marita Koch GDR 79-2, 85-114 Bärbel Eckert GDR 77-2, 81-3

Grace Jackson AME/JAM 85-2, 89-3

Three or more appearances:3 Ashford

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 4 1 2 - 1 - - - 68USA 4 - - 2 2 - - 1 - 54AME 2 1 1 2 2 - 1 - - 53AFR - 2 2 1 - 1 3 1 - 45GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38OCE - - 1 1 1 2 4 - 1 33URS - - 3 - 2 - - - - 28ASI - - 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 27RUS - - - 1 1 1 - - - 14GER - - - - - 2 2 - - 11EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 3 395

200 METRES

Leading point scorers:22 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-4, 79-1, 81-115 Marita Koch GDR 79-2, 85-114 Bärbel Eckert GDR 77-2, 81-3

Grace Jackson AME/JAM 85-2, 89-3

Three or more appearances:3 Ashford

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 4 1 2 - 1 - - - 68USA 4 - - 2 2 - - 1 - 54AME 2 1 1 2 2 - 1 - - 53AFR - 2 2 1 - 1 3 1 - 45GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38OCE - - 1 1 1 2 4 - 1 33URS - - 3 - 2 - - - - 28ASI - - 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 27RUS - - - 1 1 1 - - - 14GER - - - - - 2 2 - - 11EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ESP - - - - - - - 1 1 3GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 3 395

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Quirot went out fast but tired in the finishing straight and was surpris-ingly passed by Pérec, who crossed the line in 50.30. Quirot just man-aged to hold off the brilliant GDR junior Breuer. This proved crucialwhen the Frenchwoman was disqualified for running inside her lane onthe last bend. Already the winner at 4x400m and 800m, Quirot becameonly the second athlete (after Marita Koch in 1985) to win three eventsat a World Cup.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Jearl Miles USA 50.642, Charmaine Crooks AME CAN 51.543, Lyudmila Dzhigalova EUN UKR 52.474, Kylie Hanigan OCE AUS 52.935, Elsa Devassoigne EUR FRA 53.406, Anja Rücker GER 53.817, Omotayo Akinremi AFR NGR 53.848, Shiny Wilson ASI IND 55.04

Miles produced one of only two victories by the United States womenin Havana, with a front-running win over Canada’s 800m specialistCrooks.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Irina Privalova EUR RUS 50.622, Fatima Yusuf AFR NGR 50.803, Jearl Miles USA 51.244, Phylis Smith GBR 51.365, Julia Duporty AME CUB 52.486, Zhang Hengyun ASI CHN 52.797, Kylie Hanigan OCE AUS 53.828, Anja Rücker GER 54.21

Marie-José Pérec was supposed to be running for Europe but withdrewwith a hip injury. A replacement of the highest quality was found, IrinaPrivalova. She had won the 100m and placed second in the 200malready in London. Her only previous individual 400m was 49.89 in1993.

The Russian took advantage of the inside draw by watching Milesand Yusuf set the pace. The American fell back in the homestraight,when Privalova and Yusuf (lane 6) were level until the Russian edgedahead to bring her total points score for the weekend to 23.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Falilat Ogunkoya AFR NGR 49.522, Grit Breuer GER 49.863, Sandie Richards AME JAM 50.334, Helena Fuchsová EUR CZE 50.405, Olga Kotlyarova RUS 51.206, Kim Graham USA 52.107, Damayanthi Darsha ASI SRI 53.308, Jane Arnott OCE AUS 54.36

Ogunkoya had clearly been the world number one in 1998 and was anexcellent second to Marion Jones at 200m two days earlier. Sheallowed Breuer – 2nd in 1989 – to set the pace before hitting the frontat 250m and finishing strongly to win in 49.52. “I wanted to win badlybecause this is home for me,” said Ogunkoya.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Ana Guevara AME MEX 49.562, Jearl Miles Clark USA 50.273, Olesya Zykina RUS 50.674, Lee McConnell EUR GBR 50.825, Kaltouma Nadjina AFR CHA 51.116, Claudia Marx GER 52.307, Tatyana Roslanova ASI KAZ 52.448, Rosemary Hayward OCE AUS 52.769, Miriám Bravo ESP 53.79

Guevara was one of the woman athletes in 2002 and the World Cupprovided her with an 11th win from 11 races that year, over one of thebetter fields in Madrid. Miles Clark – the first woman to contest fiveWorld Cups – set a world over-35 best in second place after holding theMexican for 300m.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Sanya Richards USA 48.702, Vanya Stambolova EUR BUL 50.093, Novlene Williams AME JAM 50.244, Tatyana Veshkurova RUS 50.505, Faní Halkiá GRE 50.946, Amy Mbacké Thiam AFR SEN 51.397, Olga Tereshkova ASI KAZ 52.578, Grazyna Prokopek POL 53.299, Rosemary Hayward OCE AUS 54.01

This was the race which confirmed Richards as the world woman ath-lete of 2006. She had won all 12 of her 400m races in the year and therewas little doubt that this would be the 13th, but how fast would she go? The race was of special interest to the crowd because the Olympic400m hurdles Champion Halkiá chose to contest it rather than her spe-ciality.

In accordance with the pre-determined lane draws, Richards wasassigned lane seven, not one of the middle lanes which would haveautomatically been hers in circuit competitions. Perhaps the gentlercurves were to her liking, because she ran her best ever race. Sheimmediately made up the stagger on European Champion Stambolovawho turned out to be her closest challenger. From the video of the racewe can estimate that Richards passed 200m in 23.7 and 300m in 35.7,then continued to run strongly. Her reward: 48.70, the world’s quickestin 10 years and a new American record.

400 METRES

Leading point scorers:31 Marita Koch GDR 77-2, 79-1, 81-2, 85-122 Jearl Miles/Clark USA 92-1, 94-3, 2002-215 Irena Szewinska EUR/POL 77-1, 79-3

Grit Breuer GDR, GER 89-2, 98-2Falilat Ogunkoya AFR/NGR 89-3, 98-1

Three or more appearances:4 Koch3 Miles/Clark

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 1 3 2 2 - - - - 63EUR 3 1 1 2 2 - - - - 59USA 2 1 2 3 - 1 1 - - 59AFR 1 1 1 - 1 2 2 2 - 41GDR 2 3 - - - - - - - 39URS - 2 1 - 1 1 - - - 29OCE - - - 1 1 2 2 3 1 26ASI - - - - - 1 5 3 1 20RUS - - 1 1 1 - - - - 17GER - 1 - - - 2 - 1 - 15

400 METRES

Leading point scorers:31 Marita Koch GDR 77-2, 79-1, 81-2, 85-122 Jearl Miles/Clark USA 92-1, 94-3, 2002-215 Irena Szewinska EUR/POL 77-1, 79-3

Grit Breuer GDR, GER 89-2, 98-2Falilat Ogunkoya AFR/NGR 89-3, 98-1

Three or more appearances:4 Koch3 Miles/Clark

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 1 3 2 2 - - - - 63EUR 3 1 1 2 2 - - - - 59USA 2 1 2 3 - 1 1 - - 59AFR 1 1 1 - 1 2 2 2 - 41GDR 2 3 - - - - - - - 39URS - 2 1 - 1 1 - - - 29OCE - - - 1 1 2 2 3 1 26ASI - - - - - 1 5 3 1 20RUS - - 1 1 1 - - - - 17GER - 1 - - - 2 - 1 - 15

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800 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Totka Petrova EUR BUL 1:59.202, Christine Liebetrau GDR 1:59.473, Svetlana Styrkina URS 1:59.724, Anne Mackie-Morelli AME CAN 2:02.455, Sue Latter USA 2:05.06, Rose Tata AFR KEN 2:07.57, Phyllis Lazarakis OCE AUS 2:07.78, Pazit Fabian ASI ISR 2:12.9

Petrova avenged her European Cup defeat by Liebetrau by taking thepace (59.5 at the bell) and pulling 10m clear in the next half-lap.

Styrkina and the East German closed dramatically at the finish, butcould not catch the Bulgarian, who had improved from 2:04.7 to 1:57.6in 1977.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Nikolina Shtereva EUR BUL 2:00.522, Nadyezhda Mushta URS 2:01.093, Anita Weiss GDR 2:01.334, Anne Mackie-Morelli AME CAN 2:02.015, Charlene Rendina OCE AUS 2:02.626, Mary Chemweno AFR KEN 2:04.497, Wendy Knudson USA 2:06.068, Geeta Zutshi ASI IND 2:10.31

The favourite Shtereva was boxed at the start of the homestraight andhad to use her elbows to find a way through to win. The action earnedher boos from the crowd; one of those she baulked was Mackie-Morelli, a Canadian representing the Americas.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Lyudmila Veselkova URS 1:57.482, Martina Steuk GDR 1:58.313, Jolanta Januchta EUR POL 1:58.324, Gabriella Dorio ITA 1:59.435, Terri-Anne Cater OCE AUS 2:00.566, Madeline Manning USA 2:01.797, Brit McRoberts AME CAN 2:02.198, Mary Chemweno AFR KEN 2:05.739, Geeta Zutshi ASI IND 2:09.56

Madeline Manning, the 1968 Olympic Champion, set the pace in whatshe said would be her farewell race. She was leading at 600m (89.28)before Veselkova forged ahead for victory.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Christine Wachtel GDR 2:01.57

2, Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR TCH 2:01.993, Nadyezhda Olizarenko URS 2:02.174, Ana Quirot AME CUB 2:03.575, Joetta Clark USA 2:03.816, Salina Chirchir AFR KEN 2:04.167, Wendy Old OCE AUS 2:05.368, Shiny Abraham ASI IND 2:06.39

World record holder Kratochvílová was taken by surprise when, aftera slow early pace, Wachtel burst to the front on the final bend. Unableto catch the East German, the Czech runner had to work hard to takesecond place from Olizarenko in the homestraight.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Ana Quirot AME CUB 1:54.442, Sigrun Wodars GDR 1:55.703, Doina Melinte EUR ROU 1:56.554, Dalia Matuseviciené URS 1:57.275, Mayte Zúñiga ESP 1:58.496, Sun Sumei ASI CHN 1:58.567, Hassiba Boulmerka AFR ALG 2:00.218, Kerrie Baumgartner OCE AUS 2:01.589, Joetta Clark USA 2:01.94

The confrontation of the meeting saw Olympic Champion Wodarsmeet Grand Prix Champion Quirot, undefeated since 1987. The EastGerman attempted to beat the Cuban with a searing pace. She wentthrough 200m in 26.94, 400m in 55.07, and 600m in 84.48. Quirotwould not be dropped and managed to pull away from Wodars andopen up a gap of 10m. Her time was the third-fastest in history.

The Cuban uncharacteristically threw her arms up in delight of herwin. She said: “I dedicate this victory to the chief commanding officerof the Cuban Revolution – Fidel Castro, the father of all of us – and tothose who died for our country.” The Asian, African and Oceanian rep-resentatives all set personal bests.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 2:00.472, Joetta Clark USA 2:01.603, Yelena Afanasyeva EUN RUS 2:02.194, Ella Kovacs EUR ROU 2:03.075, Gaby Lesch GER 2:03.666, Sandra Dawson OCE AUS 2:04.737, Cao Chunying ASI CHN 2:19.70

Charmaine Crooks AME CAN DNS

The powerful Mutola, fifth in the Olympic final, finished her season instyle. Not only had she beaten the Olympic Champion van Langen atthe Brussels Grand Prix, but she also became the first African womanto win a World Cup event.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 1:58.272, Luciana Mendes AME BRA 2:00.133, Natalya Dukhnova EUR BLR 2:02.814, Kati Kovacs GER 2:03.325, Joetta Clark USA 2:03.766, Lisa Lightfoot OCE AUS 2:03.887, Cathy Dawson GBR 2:04.138, Chen Xuehui ASI CHN 2:09.82

Womenʼs 400 Metres, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

GER - 1 - - - 2 - 1 - 15EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6GBR - - - 1 - - - - - 5GRE - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - 1 - - 1 5POL - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 396

Womenʼs 400 Metres, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

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Mutola, unbeaten since before her victory in the 1992 World Cup, wasin a class of her own. She ran from the front, passing 400m in 58.44and winning her 20th consecutive final by 15m.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 1:59.882, Yelena Afanasyeva RUS 2:00.203, Letitia Vriesde AME SUR 2:00.564, Jearl Miles-Clark USA 2:01.585, Malin Ewerlöf EUR SWE 2:02.616, Zhang Jian ASI CHN 2:03.097, Heike Meissner GER 2:04.508, Tamsyn Lewis OCE AUS 2:06.64

Miles-Clark made the pace (200m: 26.97, 400m: 57.74) before Mutolaand Vriesde took over at 450m. Mutola duly won her third World Cup,holding off a late challenge from European Champion Afanasyeva,who went from 4th to second in the homestraight. After her win,Mutola reached over the trackside moat to collect Mozambique andSouth African flags from the crowd.

“A lot of people came [here] from Mozambique,” she explained,“including my mother.”

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Maria Mutola AFR MOZ 1:58.602, Maite Martínez ESP 1:59.243, Jolanda Ceplak EUR SLO 1:59.424, Zulia Calatayúd AME CUB 1:59.445, Svetlana Cherkasova RUS 2:00.726, Claudia Gesell GER 2:01.587, Sasha Spencer USA 2:02.928, Tamsyn Lewis OCE AUS 2:03.109, Miho Sugimori ASI JPN 2:03.22

World indoor record holder and European Champion Ceplak went outhard with splits of 28.44, 58.44 and 1:29.38 but Mutola (drawn in lane9) stuck to her shoulder and around 70m from home moved ahead fora fourth successive World Cup victory. Martinez also edged in front theSlovenian in the homestraight to provide the best performance by aSpanish woman in Madrid.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Zulia Calatayúd AME CUB 2:00.062, Janeth Jepkosgei AFR KEN 2:00.093, Olga Kotlyarova RUS 2:00.844, Rebecca Lyne EUR GBR 2:00.975, Aneta Lemiesz POL 2:01.536, Hazel Clark USA 2:01.837, Pinki Parmanik ASI IND 2:03.288, Eléni Filándra GRE 2:05.149, Libby Allen OCE AUS 2:07.31

World Champion Calatayúd appeared to slow things down after thebreak and then Filándra led at the bell in 62.26. Lyne made a movebefore 600m (1:32.16) and led into the straight before the Cuban sweptahead, pursued by Jepkosgei. Calatayúd’s timing was perfect becausethe Kenyan could not quite close the gap.

1500 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Tatyana Kazankina URS 4:12.742, Francie Larrieu USA 4:13.03, Ulrike Bruns GDR 4:13.14, Natalia Marasescu EUR ROU 4:13.15, Penny Werthner AME CAN 4:14.66, Sakina Boutamine AFR ALG 4:18.57, Junko Yoshitomi ASI JPN 4:24.88, Anne Garrett OCE NZL 4:31.5

In the intimidating presence of double Olympic Champion Kazankina,the pace was slow (2:54.0 at 1000m). All the major contenders had fastfinishes, but none was quicker than the Russian in the final 100m.Larrieu was an ecstatic runner-up.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Christiane Wartenberg GDR 4:06.882, Giana Romanova URS 4:08.733, Francie Larrieu USA 4:09.164, Sakina Boutamine AFR ALG 4:12.135, Alison Wright OCE NZL 4:13.486, Brit McRoberts AME CAN 4:15.337, Kumiko Kobayashi ASI JPN 4:47.61

Totka Petrova EUR BUL DQ (4:06.47)

No-one could match the finishing pace of Petrova (57.4 last 400m),who scored her second World Cup win following her 800m victory inDüsseldorf. Wartenberg (née Liebetrau), who was second to Petrova inthat 800m, finished behind the Bulgarian again.

However, the East German was promoted to first when it waslearned that Petrova had failed a doping control test at the BalkanGames earlier in August.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Tamara Sorokina URS 4:03.33

800 METRES

Leading point scorers:33 Maria Mutola AFR/MOZ 92-1, 94-1, 98-1, 2002-116 Joetta Clark USA 85-5, 89-9, 92-2, 94-515 Zulia Calatayúd AME/CUB 2002-4, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Clark

Mutola

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 4 2 1 - - - - 66AFR 4 1 - - - 3 1 1 - 55AME 2 1 1 4 - - 1 - - 55USA - 1 - 1 3 2 2 - 1 38GDR 1 3 1 - - - - - - 37URS 1 1 2 1 - - - - - 34OCE - - - - 2 2 2 3 1 25RUS - 1 1 - 1 - - - - 19ASI - - - - - 2 2 4 2 18GER - - - 1 1 1 1 - - 15ESP - 1 - - 1 - - - - 13EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6ITA - - - 1 - - - - - 6POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 396

800 METRES

Leading point scorers:33 Maria Mutola AFR/MOZ 92-1, 94-1, 98-1, 2002-116 Joetta Clark USA 85-5, 89-9, 92-2, 94-515 Zulia Calatayúd AME/CUB 2002-4, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Clark

Mutola

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 4 2 1 - - - - 66AFR 4 1 - - - 3 1 1 - 55AME 2 1 1 4 - - 1 - - 55USA - 1 - 1 3 2 2 - 1 38GDR 1 3 1 - - - - - - 37URS 1 1 2 1 - - - - - 34OCE - - - - 2 2 2 3 1 25RUS - 1 1 - 1 - - - - 19ASI - - - - - 2 2 4 2 18GER - - - 1 1 1 1 - - 15ESP - 1 - - 1 - - - - 13EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6ITA - - - 1 - - - - - 6POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 396

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2, Gabriella Dorio ITA 4:03.753, Ulrike Bruns GDR 4:04.674, Anna Bukis EUR POL 4:06.725, Jan Merrill USA 4:08.986, Brit McRoberts AME CAN 4:09.667, Mary Chemweno AFR KEN 4:10.498, Dianne Rodger OCE NZL 4:19.989, Zhang Xiuyun ASI CHN 4:26.97

Dorio pleased an adoring crowd by giving the European Cup winnerSorokina a hard race. The Italian took the lead at 800m (2:15.6) andheld on well when the Soviet runner took off with 200m left. The win-ner ran the final lap in 58.0.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Hildegard Körner GDR 4:10.862, Ravilya Agletdinova URS 4:11.213, Doina Melinte EUR ROU 4:19.664, Yang Liuxia ASI CHN 4:20.735, Ulla Marquette AME CAN 4:21.256, Mary Chemweno AFR KEN 4:24.977, Anne McKenzie OCE NZL 4:27.33

No USA representative

Körner’s performance was an early indicator of how well the EastGerman women had peaked for the meeting. The 25 year-old went tothe front after a slow first kilometre and stayed ahead until EuropeanCup winner Agletdinova took over with 300m remaining.

The East German kept in touch but when she moved to pass theSoviet runner in the homestraight, Agletdinova drifted into lane 2,blocking her. Körner did not give up and went on to win by half ametre.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Paula Ivan EUR ROU 4:18.602, Yekaterina Podkopayeva URS 4:19.443, Yvonne Mai GDR 4:20.304, Montserrat Pujol ESP 4:21.175, Fatima Aouam AFR MAR 4:21.196, Feng Yanbo ASI CHN 4:23.547, Rita de Jesús AME BRA 4:25.558, Elizabeth Rose OCE AUS 4:26.499, Regina Jacobs USA 4:30.78

After a slow initial pace, a 42.46 final 300m secured victory for Ivan.The Romanian had originally been selected for the 3000m, butswapped places with Yvonne Murray.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Yekaterina Podkopayeva EUN RUS 4:17.602, Malgorzata Rydz EUR POL 4:18.163, Alisa Hill USA 4:18.414, Kristina da Fonseca-Wollheim GER 4:20.395, Gwen Griffiths AFR RSA 4:21.516, Elizabeth Miller OCE AUS 4:24.487, Junko Kataoka ASI JPN 4:25.40

Letitia Vriesde AME SUR DNS

Forty year-old Podkopayeva, whose best time of 3:56.65 dated back to1984, easily outkicked a moderate field. Griffiths became the firstSouth African to compete at an IAAF World Cup.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Hassiba Boulmerka AFR ALG 4:01.052, Angela Chalmers AME CAN 4:01.733, Kelly Holmes GBR 4:10.814, Margaret Leaney OCE AUS 4:12.165, Sonia OʼSullivan EUR IRL 4:12.306, Kathy Franey USA 4:21.487, Antje Beggerow GER 4:23.658, Liu Ying ASI CHN 4:34.02

Unlike most “Cup” middle distance races, this one was fast as well ascompetitive. Franey was responsible for the early pace, beforeChalmers took over at halfway, passing 800m in 2:10.45. TheCanadian maintained the tempo and managed to drop both O’Sullivan(European 3000m Champion) and Holmes (Commonwealth 1500mChampion) before the bell. Olympic Champion Boulmerka was still intouch.

The race had developed into a reprise of the previous weekend’sIAAF Grand Prix Final, where Chalmers had tracked Boulmerkabefore sprinting past to win. In London, the Algerian turned the tablesand broke the cup record in the process.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Svetlana Masterkova RUS 4:09.412, Jackline Maranga AFR KEN 4:10.303, Carla Sacramento EUR POR 4:11.664, Suzy Hamilton USA 4:12.525, Luminita Zaituc GER 4:16.806, Leah Pells AME CAN 4:18.377, Mandy Giblin OCE AUS 4:29.50

Liu Jing ASI CHN DNS

Disappointingly, only seven women started this race. OlympicChampion Masterkova made her trademark move at the start of thehomestraight to comfortably overhaul Maranga, who had led from thestart. It was Masterkova’s 10th win from 11 races in 1998. TheRussian’s last 200m was covered in 27.7, with her last lap timed in58.8.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Süreyya Ayhan EUR TUR 4:02.572, Tatyana Tomashova RUS 4:09.743, Kathleen Friedrich GER 4:10.204, Regina Jacobs USA 4:10.785, Jackline Maranga AFR KEN 4:11.106, Tatyana Borisova ASI KGZ 4:11.147, Nuria Fernández ESP 4:11.568, Sarah Jamieson OCE AUS 4:12.339, Mardrea Hyman AME JAM 4:14.60

Ayhan had been a revelation in 2002, winning the European title fromGabriela Szabo in her first meeting of the year. She was known for herfast starts and Madrid was no exception. She raced through 400m in60.53 and 800m in 2:05.92 by which time the rest of the field – head-ed by Jacobs – were jostling for second place more than 50m in arrears.Ayhan then eased off (or faded), so that her last 300m took 50.40 andher final time of 4:02.57 would have been in the range of her opponentshad they not let the Turk go away in the first half.

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Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Maryam Jamal ASI BRN 4:00.842, Tatyana Tomashova RUS 4:02.453, Sarah Jamieson OCE AUS 4:02.824, Daniela Yordanova EUR BUL 4:02.975, Lidia Chojecka POL 4:06.526, Carmen Douma-Hussar AME CAN 4:07.367, Nouria Mérah-Benida AFR ALG 4:10.258, Treniere Clement USA 4:13.559, Kalliópi Astropekáki GRE 4:40.68

Ethiopian-born Jamal was dominant, leading by 800m (2:11.04) thenmaking a long run from home just before the bell. Russian team cap-tain Tomashova, Jamieson and Yordanova battled for second spot butdid not close on the leader who was 20m ahead on the last bend andcompleted the final lap in 58.89 to break the cup record.

3000 Metres Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Grete Waitz EUR NOR 08:43.52, Lyudmila Bragina URS 08:46.33, Jan Merrill USA 08:46.64, Ulrike Bruns GDR 08:49.25, Angela Cook OCE AUS 09:14.66, Debbie Scott AME CAN 09:18.77, Elizabeth Cheptum AFR KEN 09:22.18, Kandasamy Jayamani ASI SIN 10:10.5

The only two women ever to have bettered 8:40, Bragina and Waitz,followed Merrill through 1000m (2:52.4) and 2000m (5:52.6). Waitzmade her move with 250m remaining, leaving world record holderBragina – running her farewell race – to battle with Merrill.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25)1, Svetlana Ulmasova URS 08:36.34

2, Grete Waitz EUR NOR 08:38.593, Francie Larrieu USA 08:53.024, Ursula Sauer GDR 09:13.275, Barbara Moore OCE NZL 09:19.656, Shauna Miller AME CAN 09:20.287, Sakina Boutamine AFR ALG 09:30.738, Tashiko Kumagai ASI JPN 09:52.95

Once again Waitz took on the USSR but this time, despite setting a fastpace, she was left far behind by the 29.8 final 200m by Ulmasova.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Angelika Zauber GDR 08:54.892, Maricica Puica EUR ROU 08:55.803, Silvana Cruciata ITA 08:57.104, Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 09:02.955, Brenda Webb USA 09:13.106, Justina Chepchirchir AFR KEN 09:18.807, Barbara Moore OCE NZL 09:18.838, Akemi Masuda ASI JPN 09:58.079, Angelita Lind AME PUR 10:20.92

Cruciata, who had set a world record for the one hour run the previousMay, speeded the race up dramatically after halfway and succeeded indropping all but Puica and Zauber.

The Romanian sprinted past the Italian on the middle of the lasthomestraight, but she was passed in turn by the long-striding Zauber60m from home.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Ulrike Bruns GDR 09:14.652, Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 09:15.653, Cindy Bremser USA 09:21.154, Sharon Dalton OCE AUS 09:27.345, Li Xiuxia ASI CHN 09:31.806, Helen Kimaiyo AFR KEN 09:33.417, Geri Fitch AME CAN 09:46.688, Monika Schäfer EUR FRG 10:03.47

Nine years after her Olympic 1500m bronze, Bruns scored her firstmajor international win with a 58.8 final lap in which she outkickedPozdnyakova.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Yvonne Murray EUR GBR 08:44.322, Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 08:49.423, PattiSue Plumer USA 08:54.334, Ellen Kiessling GDR 08:54.505, Helen Kimaiyo AFR KEN 08:55.356, Estela Estévez ESP 09:08.177, Wang Yongmei ASI CHN 09:08.658, Silvana Pereira AME BRA 09:14.229, Maree McDonagh OCE AUS 09:25.34

Murray survived a spike wound to win with a sustained finishing burstin the final 800m. Pozdnyakova repeated her second place of 1985.

Plumer, the leader at 1000m (2:57.49) and 2000m (6:00.23), col-lided with Kiessling with just over one lap remaining but recovered totake third place.

1500 METRES

Leading point scorers:16 Yekaterina Podkopayeva URS, EUN 89-2, 92-1

Tatyana Tomashova RUS 2002-2, 2006-213 Ulrike Bruns GDR 77-3, 81-3

Francie Larrieu USA 77-2, 79-3

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 2 3 1 - - - - 58AFR 1 1 - 1 3 2 2 - - 46USA - 1 2 2 1 1 - 1 1 41URS 2 3 - - - - - - - 40GDR 2 - 3 - - - - - - 36AME - 1 - - 2 4 1 - 1 33ASI 1 - - 1 - 2 3 1 1 30OCE - - 1 1 1 1 2 4 - 30RUS 1 2 - - - - - - - 24GER - - 1 1 1 - 1 - - 18ESP - - - 1 - - 1 - - 9EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8GBR - - 1 - - - - - - 6POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 4 393

1500 METRES

Leading point scorers:16 Yekaterina Podkopayeva URS, EUN 89-2, 92-1

Tatyana Tomashova RUS 2002-2, 2006-213 Ulrike Bruns GDR 77-3, 81-3

Francie Larrieu USA 77-2, 79-3

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 2 3 1 - - - - 58AFR 1 1 - 1 3 2 2 - - 46USA - 1 2 2 1 1 - 1 1 41URS 2 3 - - - - - - - 40GDR 2 - 3 - - - - - - 36AME - 1 - - 2 4 1 - 1 33ASI 1 - - 1 - 2 3 1 1 30OCE - - 1 1 1 1 2 4 - 30RUS 1 2 - - - - - - - 24GER - - 1 1 1 - 1 - - 18ESP - - - 1 - - 1 - - 9EUN 1 - - - - - - - - 8ITA - 1 - - - - - - - 8GBR - - 1 - - - - - - 6POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 4 393

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Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Derartu Tulu AFR ETH 9:05.892, Vera Chuvashova EUN RUS 9:08.303, Margareta Keszeg EUR ROU 9:09.034, Joan Nesbit USA 9:12.095, Claudia Borgschulze GER 9:13.876, Zhong Huandi ASI CHN 9:14.557, Sonia Betancourt AME MEX 9:34.148, Nicole Robinson OCE AUS 9:44.88

Less than 24 hours after her spectacular 10,000m win, Tulu completedthe World Cup long distance double with a 59.9 final lap. She was thefirst athlete to do the double since another Ethiopian, Miruts Yifter, in1977 and 1979.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Yvonne Murray GBR 8:56.812, Robyn Meagher AME CAN 9:05.813, Gabriela Szabo EUR ROU 9:15.164, Liu Jianying ASI CHN 9:15.395, Susie Power OCE AUS 9:16.016, Dörte Köster GER 9:23.327, Cassie McWilliam USA 9:26.508, Gwen Griffiths AFR RSA 9:31.91

Murray duplicated her 1989 win with a sudden kick at the halfwaypoint. She won by 70m after running the second half (4:16) of the raceconsiderably quicker than the first.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Gabriela Szabo EUR ROU 9:00.542, Zahra Ouaziz AFR MAR 9:01.353, Regina Jacobs USA 9:11.154, Wang Chunmei ASI CHN 9:14.505, Olga Yegorova RUS 9:16.726, Luminita Zaituc GER 9:18.017, Kathy Butler AME CAN 9:30.348, Natalie Harvey OCE AUS 9:38.22

Ouaziz led at a fair pace (1000m: 3:06.23, 2000m: 6:07.18), whichdropped all but Szabo who then sprinted clear with a 29.53 final 200m.Regina Jacobs was well beaten, but her six points in third place kept theUnited States within range of team victory with two events remaining.

Madrid 2002

1, Berhane Adere AFR ETH 8:50.882, Gabriela Szabo EUR ROU 8:50.893, Yelena Zadorozhnaya RUS 8:50.934, Sarah Schwald USA 8:57.275, Susie Power OCE AUS 8:58.096, Beatriz Santíago ESP 8:59.887, Courtney Babcock AME CAN 9:05.988, Melanie Schulz GER 9:10.579, Mizuho Nasukawa ASI JPN 9:23.47

The race came to life just before the bell when Santiago burst into thelead. The three big favourites moved ahead on the backstraight withZadorozhnaya, Adere and Szabo sprinting clear. It was the Russianversus the Romanian down the homestraight with the Ethiopian closebehind. Szabo got in front in the closing metres then raised her arms to

celebrate victory, only for Adere to suddenly come up, dip, and stealthe race by a margin of just one hundredth. The Ethiopian’s final 200mwas 27.6 compared with 28.3 by Szabo, with the final lap coveredinside 61 seconds.

“I did not give up until five metres after the line,” said Adere. “Thatis why I won.”

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Tirunesh Dibaba AFR ETH 8:33.782, Lidia Chojecka POL 8:39.693, Kara Goucher USA 8:41.424, Eloise Wellings OCE AUS 8:41.785, Kayoko Fukushi ASI JPN 8:44.586, Krisztina Papp EUR HUN 8:51.157, Yuliya Chizhenko RUS 8:59.678, María Protópappa GRE 9:00.159, Megan Metcalfe AME CAN 9:04.90

Wellings made sure it was a quick race, running the first half in 4:23.0and passing 2000m in 5:50.73. She led until the bell, when Dibabamade her trademark move and sprinted clear to run the last lap in 58.8.Behind her Chojecka and Goucher also finished strongly.

5000 Metres Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Sonia OʼSullivan EUR IRL 16:24.522, Regina Jacobs USA 16:26.243, Berhane Adere AFR ETH 16:38.814, Nora Rocha AME MEX 16:44.605, Irina Mikitenko GER 16:46.606, Liu Shixiang ASI CHN 16:51.747, Svetlana Baygulova RUS 17:00.298, Melissa Moon OCE NZL 17:10.48

Just like the other Johannesburg women’s distance races, the first-everWorld Cup 5000m was won with by the woman with the fastest kick.The pace was slow (3000m: Adere 10:30.71) and into the last lap it wasJacobs from O’Sullivan. The American could not respond when theIrishwoman uncorked a 28.5 last 200m.

3000 METRES

Leading point scorers:22 Gabriela Szabo EUR/ROU 94-3, 98-1, 2002-221 Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 81-4, 85-2, 89-217 Yvonne Murray EUR/GBR, GBR 89-1, 94-1

Three or more appearances:3 Pozdnyakova

Szabo

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 3 3 2 - - 1 - 1 - 66USA - - 6 2 1 - 1 - - 56AFR 3 1 - - 1 2 2 1 - 50URS 1 3 - 1 - - - - - 36OCE - - - 2 4 - 1 2 1 34GDR 2 - - 3 - - - - - 33ASI - - - 2 2 1 1 3 1 30AME - 1 - - - 2 4 1 2 26RUS - - 1 - 1 - 1 - - 14GER - - - - 1 2 - 1 - 12GBR 1 - - - - - - - - 8POL - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - - 2 - - - 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

3000 METRES

Leading point scorers:22 Gabriela Szabo EUR/ROU 94-3, 98-1, 2002-221 Tatyana Pozdnyakova URS 81-4, 85-2, 89-217 Yvonne Murray EUR/GBR, GBR 89-1, 94-1

Three or more appearances:3 Pozdnyakova

Szabo

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 3 3 2 - - 1 - 1 - 66USA - - 6 2 1 - 1 - - 56AFR 3 1 - - 1 2 2 1 - 50URS 1 3 - 1 - - - - - 36OCE - - - 2 4 - 1 2 1 34GDR 2 - - 3 - - - - - 33ASI - - - 2 2 1 1 3 1 30AME - 1 - - - 2 4 1 2 26RUS - - 1 - 1 - 1 - - 14GER - - - - 1 2 - 1 - 12GBR 1 - - - - - - - - 8POL - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - - - - 2 - - - 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - 1 - - - - - - 7GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

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“It was a very slow race,” said O’Sullivan. “I’ve never run thatslowly ... at that sort of pace you don’t get tired.”

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Olga Yegorova RUS 15:18.152, Marta Domínguez ESP 15:19.733, Joanne Pavey EUR GBR 15:20.104, Benita Johnson OCE AUS 15:20.835, Susan Chepkemei AFR KEN 15:27.046, Akiko Kawashima ASI JPN 15:41.957, Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER 15:42.228, Nora Rocha AME MEX 15:45.489, Collette Liss USA 15:59.44

Chepkemei set a very fast tempo with an opening kilometre of 2:54.10,which drew her and Domínguez clear from the pack. The pace slack-ened and the others caught up at around 1700m. Chepkemei – betterknown from her exploits at half marathons – continued to lead beforefalling back in the final kilometre. At the bell (14:17.29) Pavey and wasahead of Martínez and the 2001 World Champion Yegorova. At around220m from home the Spaniard attacked but was quickly superseded byRussian, who went on win having completed a 28.35 last 200m.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Meseret Defar AFR ETH 14:39.112, Liliya Shobukhova RUS 15:05.333, Kayoko Fukushi ASI JPN 15:06.694, Kim Smith OCE NZL 15:12.155, Lauren Fleshman USA 15:17.656, Sabrina Mockenhaupt EUR GER 15:34.617, María Protópappa GRE 15:49.508, Katarzyna Kowalska POL 16:18.359, Lucélia Peres AME BRA 16:23.72

Has an athlete ever done so much more than necessary for victory atthe World Cup than Defar in 2006 ? Not for her the sit-and-kick tacticsof Yifter or Tulu, she led through the first lap in 67.26 and kept up areasonable pace which gained an average of two seconds per lap on heropponents. So she ended with a record-breaking winning margin of26.22 and even finished with a snappy 30.00 last 200m.

10,000 Metres Canberra 1985

(Oct 5)1, Aurora Cunha EUR POR 32:07.502, Mary Knisely USA 32:19.933, Olga Bondarenko URS 32:27.704, Ines Bibernell GDR 32:45.585, Hassania Darami AFR MAR 33:46.696, Mónica Regonessi AME CHI 34:04.42

Yuko Gordon ASI HKG DNFLisa Martin OCE AUS DNF

Former world record holder Bondarenko shared a reasonable pace(5000m: 16:04.9) with Cunha. The two were together until around700m from the finish, when Bondarenko dramatically sprinted clear.When the Soviet runner then stopped just after the bell, it was clear shehad miscounted the laps. Reduced to a jog in the last 400m, she waspassed by Cunha and Knisely. Bondarenko’s final lap took 1:43.

The Russian later announced her retirement from athletics, but shechanged her mind. That was just as well, because she went on to winthe inaugural Olympic 10,000m title in 1988.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Kathrin Ullrich GDR 31:33.922, Ingrid Kristiansen EUR NOR 31:42.013, Natalya Sorokivskaya URS 32:15.534, Nan Davis USA 32:23.095, Jane Ngotho AFR KEN 32:49.816, Carmen de Oliveira AME BRA 33:05.997, Marguerite Buist OCE NZL 33:47.838, Marina Prat ESP 34:14.10

No Asian representative

Kristiansen set a fast pace (3000m: 9:11.24), but Ullrich was notdropped and simply followed the Norwegian for all but the final 200m.Kristiansen had no answer to the East German’s finishing sprint.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Derartu Tulu AFR ETH 33:38.972, Christien Toonstra EUR NED 33:46.193, Zhong Huandi ASI CHN 33:53.094, Yelena Zhupiyova EUN UKR 33:59.995, Anne Marie Letko USA 34:14.186, Monika Schäfer GER 34:35.607, María Luisa Servin AME MEX 34:55.338, Raewyn OʼDonnell OCE NZL 35:25.46

Tulu, the new Olympic Champion, dominated a slow race (17:16.14 athalfway) in the hot, humid conditions.

London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Elana Meyer AFR RSA 30:52.512, Fernanda Ribeiro EUR POR 31:04.253, Wei Li ASI CHN 32:37.944, Claudia Dreher GER 33:04.795, Suzanne Rigg GBR 33:38.146, Anne Cross OCE AUS 33:40.757, Laura LaMena-Coll USA 33:43.668, Paola Cabrera AME MEX 34:41.22

Like her pole vaulting neighbour Okkert Brits, Elana Meyer came tothe World Cup with something to prove after disappointment at theCommonwealth Games in Victoria in late August.

5000 METRES

Leading point scorers:9 Olga Yegorova RUS 2002-1

Meseret Defar AFR/ETH 2006-18 Sonia OʼSullivan EUR/IRL 98-1

Marta Domínguez ESP 2002-2Liliya Shobukhova RUS 2006-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 1 - 1 - 1 - - - - 20RUS 1 1 - - - - 1 - - 19EUR 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - 19ASI - - 1 - - 2 - - - 14USA - 1 - - 1 - - - 1 13OCE - - - 2 - - - 1 - 13ESP - 1 - - - - - - - 8AME - - - 1 - - - 1 1 8GER - - - - 1 - 1 - - 7GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3POL - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 126

5000 METRES

Leading point scorers:9 Olga Yegorova RUS 2002-1

Meseret Defar AFR/ETH 2006-18 Sonia OʼSullivan EUR/IRL 98-1

Marta Domínguez ESP 2002-2Liliya Shobukhova RUS 2006-2

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AFR 1 - 1 - 1 - - - - 20RUS 1 1 - - - - 1 - - 19EUR 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - 19ASI - - 1 - - 2 - - - 14USA - 1 - - 1 - - - 1 13OCE - - - 2 - - - 1 - 13ESP - 1 - - - - - - - 8AME - - - 1 - - - 1 1 8GER - - - - 1 - 1 - - 7GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3POL - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 126

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Drawn against a tough opponent in European Champion FernandaRibeiro, Meyer set a fast pace, 3000m in 9:15.78 and 5000m in15:25.59 – a season’s best. Only Ribeiro could stay in touch, and onefelt that the Portuguese would outrun Meyer in the closing stages.Instead it was Meyer who pulled clear in the last kilometre and clockedthe fourth-fastest time in history.

3000 Metres Steeplechase Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Alesia Turova EUR BLR 09:29.102, Jeruto Kiptum AFR KEN 09:31.443, Wioletta Janowska POL 09:35.084, Victoria Mitchell OCE AUS 09:36.345, Tatyana Petrova RUS 09:36.506, Korene Hinds AME JAM 09:47.867, Lisa Galaviz USA 09:49.328, Minori Hayakari ASI JPN 09:49.499, Iríni Kokkinaríou GRE 10:35.78

Turova was the undoubted world number one in 2006 and easilyresponded when Kiptum made a break with 500m to go. She edged infront of the African before the bell and ran strongly down the back-straight though she misjudged the hurdle before the last water jump andalmost fell. In the straight there were no problems and the Belorussianwas looking around and waving to the crowd.

Turova had one more win in 2006 to complete an unbeaten seasonbut curiously that proved to be her final ever victory as she apparentlyretired in 2008 after injury in 2007.

100 Metres Hurdles Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3) (0.0)1, Grazyna Rabsztyn EUR POL 12.702, Johanna Klier GDR 12.863, Lyubov Nikitenko URS 12.874, Esther Rot ASI ISR 13.265, Patty Van Wolvelaere USA 13.546, Joanne McLeod AME CAN 14.007, Modupe Oshikoya AFR NGR 14.028, Glynis Nunn OCE AUS 14.75

Injury had hampered Rabsztyn at the 1976 Olympic Games, but shemade some amends in the biggest race of 1977 by beating the Montréalwinner Klier (née Schaller) with the world’s fastest time of the year.

The Pole got to the first hurdle first and was never threatened. Shewas later voted “Miss World Cup 1977 – the most likable woman ath-lete of the first World Cup” by the media, and was awarded an expen-sive camera.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 25) (-0.1)1, Grazyna Rabsztyn EUR POL 12.672, Tatyana Anisimova URS 12.753, Kerstin Claus GDR 13.034, Deby LaPlante USA 13.235, Sharon Lane AME CAN 13.636, Penny Gillies OCE AUS 13.887, Judi Bellgam AFR NGR 13.938, Emi Akimoto ASI JPN 14.28

The World Cup again provided rehabilitation for Rabsztyn, who hadfallen in the 1978 European final. She and Anisimova – drawn in adja-cent lanes – got the best starts, then the Pole moved away in the secondhalf of the race.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5) (0.1)1, Tatyana Anisimova URS 12.852, Kerstin Knabe GDR 12.913, Lucyna Langer EUR POL 12.974, Stephanie Hightower USA 13.095, Penny Gillies OCE AUS 13.596, Patrizia Lombardo ITA 13.687, Grisel Machado AME CUB 13.768, Emi Akimoto ASI JPN 13.979, Cécile Ngambi AFR CMR 14.16

Anisimova, 31, was the unquestioned world’s best of 1981. She fin-ished one better than 1979, as did Knabe (née Claus), who had the beststart of all.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 5) (-1.8)1, Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 12.722, Ginka Zagorcheva EUR BUL 12.723, Svetlana Gusarova URS 13.014, Liu Huajin ASI CHN 13.205, Glynis Nunn OCE AUS 13.256, Maria Usifo AFR NGR 13.347, Pam Page USA 13.498, Cecilia Branch AME CAN 13.75

3000 METRES STEEPLECHASE

Leading point scorers:9 Alesya Turova EUR/BLR 2006-18 Jeruto Kiptum AFR/KEN 2006-27 Wioletta Janowska POL 2006-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 - - - - - - - - 9AFR - 1 - - - - - - - 8POL - - 1 - - - - - - 7OCE - - - 1 - - - - - 6RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5AME - - - - - 1 - - - 4USA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ASI - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 45

10,000 METRES

Leading point scorers:9 Kathrin Ullrich/Wessel GDR 89-18 Aurora Cunha EUR/POR 85-1

Derartu Tulu AFR/ETH 92-1Elana Meyer AFR/RSA 94-1

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 3 - - - - - - - 30AFR 2 - - - 2 - - - - 25USA - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - 19URS - - 2 1 - - - - - 18GDR 1 - - 1 - - - - - 14ASI - - 2 - - - - - - 12AME - - - - - 2 1 1 - 10OCE - - - - - 1 1 1 - 7GER - - - 1 - 1 - - - 8GBR - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 149

Discontinued after 1994

10,000 METRES

Leading point scorers:9 Kathrin Ullrich/Wessel GDR 89-18 Aurora Cunha EUR/POR 85-1

Derartu Tulu AFR/ETH 92-1Elana Meyer AFR/RSA 94-1

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 3 - - - - - - - 30AFR 2 - - - 2 - - - - 25USA - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - 19URS - - 2 1 - - - - - 18GDR 1 - - 1 - - - - - 14ASI - - 2 - - - - - - 12AME - - - - - 2 1 1 - 10OCE - - - - - 1 1 1 - 7GER - - - 1 - 1 - - - 8GBR - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 149

Discontinued after 1994

3000 METRES STEEPLECHASE

Leading point scorers:9 Alesya Turova EUR/BLR 2006-18 Jeruto Kiptum AFR/KEN 2006-27 Wioletta Janowska POL 2006-3

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 - - - - - - - - 9AFR - 1 - - - - - - - 8POL - - 1 - - - - - - 7OCE - - - 1 - - - - - 6RUS - - - - 1 - - - - 5AME - - - - - 1 - - - 4USA - - - - - - 1 - - 3ASI - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 45

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Oschkenat got the fastest start, but was joined at the front byZagorcheva by halfway. The two raced level, and neither woman madea mistake.

At the finish, Zagorcheva appeared to have a tiny advantage. TheBulgarian thought she had won and threw up her arms just before theline. The gesture inevitably caused her to slow and cost her the race.Originally, the official result was a tie for first place. A protest byEurope resulted in Zagorcheva being named as the sole winner. Then,after the medal ceremony, a GDR protest was upheld and Oschkenatwas given first place exclusively.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9) (-0.3)1, Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 12.602, Lyudmila Narozhilenko URS 12.803, Lynda Tolbert USA 12.864, Odalys Adams AME CUB 12.865, Claudia Zaczkiewicz EUR FRG 12.966, Liu Huajin ASI CHN 13.437, María José Mardomingo ESP 13.768, Yasmina Azzizi AFR ALG 13.999, Helen Pirovano OCE NZL 14.91

Tolbert was the quickest starter, but Oschkenat soon took control andbecame the only woman to win an individual event in both Canberraand Barcelona. Her time of 12.60 was a 1989 world best.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26) (-0.8)1, Aliuska López AME CUB 13.06 0.1682, Anne Piquereau EUR FRA 13.13 0.1863, Gabriele Roth GER 13.34 0.1884, Zhang Yu ASI CHN 13.35 0.1775, Kim McKenzie USA 13.36 0.1506, Ime Akpan AFR NGR 13.57 0.1997, Jayne Moyes OCE AUS 13.83 0.1608, Yelena Politika EUN UKR 13.89 0.134

López, the 1988 World Junior Champion, and sixth in the OlympicGames earlier in the summer, scored her biggest win so far as a senior.

London 1994

(Sep 10) (-0.9)1, Aliuska López AME CUB 12.91 0.1932, Svetla Dimitrova EUR BUL 12.95 0.2353, Jacqui Agyepong GBR 13.02 0.1734, Nicole Ramalalanirina AFR MAD 13.24 0.1915, Kristin Patzwahl GER 13.68 0.2726, Luo Bin ASI CHN 13.89 0.1997, Sherlese Taylor USA 14.10 0.2518, Rachel Links OCE AUS 14.14 0.211

The biggest upset of the meeting saw Aliuska López become the firstwoman to defeat Svetla Dimitrova since June. The Cuban, who alsowon in 1992, admitted after the race that she had been training all yearfor the meeting.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12) (2.7)1, Glory Alozie AFR NGR 12.58w 0.1672, Angie Vaughan USA 12.67 0.164

3, Irina Korotya RUS 12.77 0.1504 Dionne Rose AME JAM 12.78 0.1375, Caren Sonn GER 12.87 0.1236, Debbie Edwards OCE AUS 13.30 0.158

Olga Shisigina ASI KAZ DNF 0.155Nicole Ramalalanirina EUR FRA DNF 0.140

Alozie was one of the most improved athletes of 1998, and she cappedher season with a World Cup victory, her 15th win from 17 races thatyear. With both the Asian and European representatives falling overand failing to finish, the result had a dramatic effect on the team stand-ings at the start of day two, moving Africa up from fifth to second placeone point behind Russia.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21) (-0.8)1, Gail Devers USA 12.65 0.1772, Brigitte Foster AME JAM 12.82 0.1443, Glory Alozie ESP 12.95 0.1884, Yelena Krasovska EUR UKR 13.07 0.1465, Rosa Rakotozafy AME MAD 13.07 0.1576, Svetlana Laukhova RUS 13.14 0.1387, Kirsten Bolm GER 13.15 0.1498, Jacquie Munro OCE AUS 13.46 0.1299, Yvonne Kanazawa ASI JPN 13.59 0.177

At 35, multi-World Champion Devers made her World Cup début ingreat style, winning easily from strong-finishing Foster with 1998 win-ner Alozie – now competing for Spain – in third place.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17) (-0.6)1, Brigitte Foster-Hylton AME JAM 12.67 0.1522, Susanna Kallur EUR SWE 12.77 0.1843, Ginnie Powell USA 12.90 0.2194, Sally McLellan OCE AUS 12.95 0.1375, Aurelia Trywianska POL 12.97 0.1956, Aleksandra Antonova RUS 13.12 0.1577, Flóra Redoúmi GRE 13.23 0.2008, Toyin Augustus AFR NGR 13.27 0.1939, Feng Yun ASI CHN 13.32 0.163

The teenage McLellan was the fastest starter, then it was EuropeanChampion Kallur vying with Commonwealth Champion Foster beforethe Jamaican pulled clear over the last two hurdles to go one place bet-ter than in Madrid.

100 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:17 Grazyna Rabsztyn EUR/POL 77-1, 79-1

Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 85-1, 89-1Brigitte Foster-Hylton AME/JAM 2002-2, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 4 1 1 1 - - - - 64AME 3 1 - 2 1 1 1 1 - 55USA 1 1 2 2 2 - 2 - - 53GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38URS 1 2 2 - - - - - - 36AFR 1 - - 1 1 2 2 2 1 33OCE - - - 1 2 2 1 3 1 28ASI - - - 3 - 2 - 2 2 27

100 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:17 Grazyna Rabsztyn EUR/POL 77-1, 79-1

Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 85-1, 89-1Brigitte Foster-Hylton AME/JAM 2002-2, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:None

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 4 1 1 1 - - - - 64AME 3 1 - 2 1 1 1 1 - 55USA 1 1 2 2 2 - 2 - - 53GDR 2 2 1 - - - - - - 38URS 1 2 2 - - - - - - 36AFR 1 - - 1 1 2 2 2 1 33OCE - - - 1 2 2 1 3 1 28ASI - - - 3 - 2 - 2 2 27

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400 Metres Hurdles Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Bärbel Klepp GDR 55.832, Marina Makeyeva URS 56.023, Debbie Esser USA 56.754, Christine Warden EUR GBR 57.205, Lynette Young OCE AUS 58.806, Francine Gendron AME CAN 60.917, Yumiko Aoi ASI JPN 61.028, Fatima El Faquir AFR MAR 67.42

The first ever 400m hurdles at an IAAF event saw an upset, whenworld record holder Marina Makeyeva took the final hurdle badly andallowed Klepp to win by 2m.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Ellen Neumann GDR 54.822, Genowefa Blaszak EUR POL 56.203, Anna Kastetskaya URS 56.374, Lynette Foreman OCE AUS 57.515, Giuseppina Cirulli ITA 58.116, Mercedes Mesa AME CUB 59.537, Sandy Myers USA 59.958, Yumiko Aoi ASI JPN 61.729, Celestine NʼDrin AFR CIV 64.68

Neumann, the 1980 world silver medallist, was a very easy winner andclocked her third sub-55 second run of 1981. In seventh place came USChampion Sandy Myers, who as Sandra Myers would compete forSpain in the 1989 World Cup and win a world 400m flat bronze forSpain two years later.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Sabine Busch GDR 54.442, Judi Brown-King USA 55.103, Debbie Flintoff OCE AUS 55.344, Nawal El Moutawakel AFR MAR 56.055, P. T. Usha ASI IND 56.356, Margarita Khromova URS 56.907, Genowefa Blaszak EUR POL 57.508, Gwen Wall AME CAN 58.13

The world record had been reduced to 53.56 by Busch a fortnightbefore the World Cup. Canberra represented the biggest test of whatwas the East German’s first season at the event.

Despite a raw technique, she won comfortably from fast-finishingBrown-King.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 53.842, Tatyana Ledovskaya URS 54.683, Sally Gunnell EUR GBR 55.254, Petra Krug GDR 55.565, Chen Dongmei ASI CHN 57.406, Esther Lahoz ESP 58.567, Liliana Chalá AME ECU 59.008, Helen Graham OCE AUS 61.119, Marie Womplou AFR CIV 62.03

Less than an hour after her husband won the men’s event, Farmer-Patrick took control at the eighth hurdle to complete an undefeated sea-son for her at the event.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 55.382, Gowry Retchakan EUR GBR 55.663, Margarita Ponomaryova EUN RUS 56.464, Linda Kisabaka GER 57.505, Zhang Weimin ASI CHN 57.666, Nezha Bidouane AFR MAR 58.307, Leisa Bruce OCE AUS 60.07

Rosey Edeh AME CAN DNS

Farmer-Patrick retained her title, but was unexpectedly pressured in thehomestraight by the strong-finishing Retchakan. In contrast, the formerworld record holder, Ponomaryova, faded at the end of the race.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Sally Gunnell GBR 54.802, Silvia Rieger GER 56.143, Anna Knoroz EUR RUS 56.634, Donalda Duprey AME CAN 56.675, Nezha Bidouane AFR MAR 57.356, Natalya Torshina ASI KAZ 57.607, Tonya Lee USA 59.618, Rebecca Campbell OCE AUS 60.96

The first track event of the 1994 World Cup final was greeted withdeafening cheers because the host nation’s representative was SallyGunnell, then the world’s leading woman track athlete and fresh fromwins at both the European Championships and Commonwealth Games.She made mistakes at the seventh and eighth barriers but won by a hugemargin.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Nezha Bidouane AFR MAR 52.962, Deon Hemmings AME JAM 53.033, Kim Batten USA 53.174, Ionela Tîrlea EUR ROU 54.015, Silvia Rieger GER 54.226, Anna Knoroz RUS 56.097, Li Rui ASI CHN 57.648, Evette Cordy OCE AUS 58.00

Just as she had in the 1997 World Championships, Bidouane won thetitle on the run-in. It was Batten (season’s best of 52.74) who started

100 Metres Hurdles, continued1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

GER - - 1 - 2 - 1 - - 17RUS - - 1 - - 2 - - - 14ESP - - 1 - - - 1 - - 10GBR - - 1 - - - - - - 6POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3EUN - - - - - - - 1 - 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 4 394

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fastest. Running in lane 7, she held a slight lead at the 10th hurdle fromBidouane one lane outside, and Olympic Champion Hemmings in 6.Batten hit that hurdle, allowing the Morrocan and Jamaican to edgeahead in this closely-fought race. The winning time was a new Africanrecord.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Yuliya Pechonkina RUS 53.742, Sandra Glover USA 54.463, Jana Pittman OCE AUS 55.154, Ionela Tîrlea EUR ROU 56.175, Natalya Torshina ASI KAZ 56.386, Debbie Parris AME JAM 57.367, Heike Meissner GER 57.408, Zahra Lachgar AFR MAR 59.149, Beatriz Montero ESP 59.79

This was the first race after the 45 minutes of torrential rain which fellat the start of the first day’s programme in Madrid. Pechonkina (NéeNosova, the 2001 World silver medallist) had been mysteriously absentfrom the circuit since winning four out of four fast races in June.

In September she returned to carry on where she left off, quicklymaking up the stagger on Tîrlea, who had retained her European title inthe Russian’s absence. Glover closed slightly at the finish butPechonkina won easily in a time only she had beaten in 2002.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Yuliya Pechonkina RUS 53.882, Lashinda Demus USA 54.063, Anna Jesien POL 54.484, Tatyana Tereschuk-Antipova EUR UKR 54.555, Daimí Pernía AME CUB 54.606, Huang Xiaoxiao ASI CHN 55.067, Janet Wienand AFR RSA 56.318, Hristína Hantzí-Neag GRE 56.359, Lauren Boden OCE AUS 58.22

We were told that Pechonkina had reverted to her maiden name ofNosova, but the story was the same as in 2002 because the Russian hadmissed all summer before making a startling return to clock 53.14 onher seasonal début on September 2. In Athens she ran with good judg-ment to keep in range the fast-starting Demus (lane 1) who clearly ledinto the straight but then flailed somewhat over the ninth. The Russianworld record holder gained her winning advantage between hurdlesnine and ten though the American fought back on the run-in.

High Jump Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Rosemarie Ackermann GDR 1.982, Sara Simeoni EUR ITA 1.923, Debbie Brill AME CAN 1.894, Louise Ritter USA 1.835, Nadezhda Marinenko URS 1.836, Chris Annison OCE AUS 1.757, Tamami Yagi ASI JPN 1.758, Caromella Mumbi AFR ZAM 1.60

The world’s top woman athlete of 1977 was Ackermann, who set threeworld high jump records, culminating in the first ever 2.00 clearance atBerlin on August 26. Despite a fine field, she won easily with the sec-ond best height in history – 1.98.

Having had no failures until that height, she asked for the bar to beraised to 2.01. Her first attempt was poor, her second close, and shewas distracted on her third by the entrance of the runners for the4x400m relay.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Debbie Brill AME CAN 1.962, Sara Simeoni EUR ITA 1.943, Nina Serbina URS 1.904, Rosemarie Ackermann GDR 1.875, Louise Ritter USA 1.876, Catherine Soanes OCE AUS 1.787, Zheng Dazhen ASI CHN 1.758, Kawther Akrémi AFR TUN 1.65

The highlight of the weekend for the home crowd was the victory ofDebbie Brill. Not only did she improve the Commonwealth record bytwo centimetres, she also beat two of the most famous names in the his-tory of high jumping: Simeoni and Ackermann.

With the East German surprisingly going out at 1.90, and Serbinaeliminated at 1.92, only Brill and Simeoni were left in at 1.94. Bothcleared first time (a personal best equalled for Brill), with the Italianahead on countback. Simeoni could go no higher, but Brill could, flop-ping cleanly over 1.96 on her last attempt.

“I never expected to win,” said the 26 year-old Brill, whose previ-ous major win had come in the Pan-American Games of 1971.

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, Ulrike Meyfarth EUR FRG 1.962, Tamara Bykova URS 1.963, Pam Spencer USA 1.924, Chris Stanton OCE AUS 1.86=5, Alessandra Fossati ITA 1.86

Jutta Kirst GDR 1.86

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URS - 2 1 - - 1 - - - 25RUS 2 - - - - 1 - - - 21GER - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - 19GBR 1 - - - - - - - - 8POL - - 1 - - - - - - 7EUN - - 1 - - - - - - 6ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - 1 - - 1 5GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 4 359

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Leading point scorers:18 Yuliya Pechonkina/Nosova RUS 2002-1, 2006-117 Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 89-1, 92-115 Sally Gunnell EUR/GBR,GBR 89-3, 94-1

Nezha Bidouane AFR/MAR 92-6, 94-5, 98-1

Three or more appearances:3 Bidouane

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 2 3 2 - - - 2 - - 57EUR - 2 2 4 - - 1 - - 52AME - 1 - 1 1 3 1 1 - 32GDR 3 - - 1 - - - - - 31ASI - - - - 4 2 2 1 - 31OCE - - 2 1 1 - 1 3 1 30AFR 1 - - 1 1 1 1 2 2 28

400 METRES HURDLES

Leading point scorers:18 Yuliya Pechonkina/Nosova RUS 2002-1, 2006-117 Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 89-1, 92-115 Sally Gunnell EUR/GBR,GBR 89-3, 94-1

Nezha Bidouane AFR/MAR 92-6, 94-5, 98-1

Three or more appearances:3 Bidouane

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

USA 2 3 2 - - - 2 - - 57EUR - 2 2 4 - - 1 - - 52AME - 1 - 1 1 3 1 1 - 32GDR 3 - - 1 - - - - - 31ASI - - - - 4 2 2 1 - 31OCE - - 2 1 1 - 1 3 1 30AFR 1 - - 1 1 1 1 2 2 28

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7, Hisayo Fukumitsu ASI JPN 1.838, Silvia Costa AME CUB 1.839, Kawther Akrémi AFR MAR 1.60

Nine years earlier, Meyfarth had sensationally won the Olympic title asa 16 year-old. After years in which she could not reproduce that form,1981 saw her return to the highest level.

She won at the European Cup and did so again in the World Cupthanks to a perfect record up to and including 1.96. Bykova also made1.96 the first time but had several earlier failures. Both women wentout at 1.98, by which time heavy rain was falling.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Stefka Kostadinova EUR BUL 2.002, Tamara Bykova URS 1.973, Susanne Helm GDR 1.974, Silvia Costa AME CUB 1.975, Chris Stanton OCE AUS 1.886, Yang Wenqin ASI CHN 1.857, Colleen Sommer USA 1.808, Awa Dioum NʼDiaye AFR SEN 1.70

Kostadinova completed a magnificent season with another win, but shecut it fine in a close struggle with World Champion Bykova. Had bothfailed at 2.00 a tie-break would have been necessary but the Bulgarianmade it on her final try.

The win was Kostadinova’s 25th consecutive win of 1985, thehighlight of which had been a 2.06 effort in the European Cup.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Silvia Costa AME CUB 2.042, Tamara Bykova URS 1.973, Alina Astafei EUR ROU 1.944, Heike Balck GDR 1.94=5, Jan Wohlschlag USA 1.91

Jin Ling ASI CHN 1.917, Lucienne NʼDa AFR CIV 1.808, Gai Kapernick OCE AUS 1.809, Isabel Mozún ESP 1.75

Inspired by Ana Quirot’s win in the 800m, Costa won with a perfectrecord at every height up to and including 2.00. Only with the bar at2.04 did the Cuban fail, but she made it on her second attempt andclaimed fourth place on the all-time list. She went on take three ambi-tious attempts at 2.10.

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Ioamnet Quintero AME CUB 1.942, Alina Astafei EUR ROU 1.913, Lucienne NʼDa AFR CIV 1.884, Birgit Kähler GER 1.855, Yelena Gribanova EUN RUS 1.85=6, Donna Robertson OCE AUS 1.75

Megumi Sato ASI JPN 1.75Amber Welter USA 1.75

Quintero and Astafei had identical records up to 1.94, where both failedtwice. Astafei never made it, but Quintero did to keep the title in Cubanhands.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Britta Bilac EUR SLO 1.912, Charmaine Weavers AFR RSA 1.913, Silvia Costa AME CUB 1.914, Heike Balck GER 1.885, Svetlana Zalevskaya ASI KAZ 1.856, Debbie Marti GBR 1.857, Alison Inverarity OCE AUS 1.858, Karol Damon USA 1.80

A good first-time clearance at 1.91 sealed victory for Bilac on a wetand cold evening. Third-placed Costa was competing in her fourthWorld Cup.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Monica Dinescu EUR ROU 1.982, Hestrie Storbeck AFR RSA 1.963, Tisha Waller USA 1.934, Yelena Gulyayeva RUS 1.935, Miki Imai ASI JPN 1.936, Alina Astafei GER 1.907, Alison Inverarity OCE AUS 1.858, Juana Arrendel AME DOM 1.85

Both Dinescu and Storbeck had perfect records until 1.93, then theEuropean Champion from Romania failed at 1.96. Storbeck went clearand looked set to win when Dinescu failed again. The Romanian optedto take her final attempt at 1.98, and cleared to put the onus back on theSouth African. Storbeck could not clear that height so settled for sec-ond place. Her 1.96 was an African record, but not a South Africanrecord as a superior height had been achieved during that country’speriod of suspension from the IAAF.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Hestrie Cloete AFR RSA 2.022, Kajsa Bergqvist EUR SWE 2.023, Marina Kuptsova RUS 2.004, Tisha Waller USA 1.965, Tatyana Yefimenko ASI KGZ 1.91=6, Kathryn Holinski GER 1.91

Ruth Beitía ESP 1.918, Nicole Forrester AME CAN 1.859, Jane Jamieson OCE AUS 1.75

Unlike the Madrid men’s high jump there was great depth here with1.96 good enough only four fourth place. Four women tried 1.98,Bergqvist having passed 1.96 after one failure at that height. Wallerwas eliminated while Kuptsova, Bergqvist and Cloete all went clearwith the Russian leading has she had no failures at any height. At 2.00Cloete moved from third to first place with her first-time success. Theothers made it on their second so there was the rare occurrence of threewomen all higher than two metres in the same contest. At 2.02 Cloetehad another first-timer – barely touching the bar – to strengthen herlead. The Swede made it on her second while the Russian passed herlast try after two misses. No-one got near at 2.04.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Yelena Slesarenko RUS 1.97

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2, Tia Hellebaut EUR BEL 1.97=3, Marina Aitova ASI KAZ 1.94

Amy Acuff USA 1.945, Nicole Forrester AME CAN 1.946, Anna Ksok POL 1.87=7, Persefóni Hatzinákou GRE 1.83

Rene van der Merwe AFR RSA 1.839, Angela McKee OCE NZL 1.79

Both Hellebaut and Slesarenko had good clearances at 1.97, but victo-ry went to the Russian who had no failures up to that height whereasthe Belgian had four. Both missed three times at 1.99.

Pole Vault Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Annika Becker GER 4.552, Svetlana Feofanova RUS 4.403, Dana Cervantes ESP 4.304, Gao Shuying ASI CHN 4.305, Monique de Wilt EUR NED 4.206, Sirine Balti AFR TUN 4.107, Mary Sauer USA 4.00

Stephanie McCann AME CAN NHTatiana Grigorieva OCE AUS NH

The first-ever World Cup women’s pole vault was interrupted for morethan one hour by the torrential rain. It was a major shock when worldleader (at 4.78) Feofanova went out failing twice at 4.50 and once at4.55. Victory instead went to Becker who needed three at 4.50 but wentover 4.55 the first time. The German was using borrowed poles as hershad not arrived from Rieti.

Athína 2006

Sep 16)1, Yelena Isinbayeva RUS 4.602, Fabiana Murer AME BRA 4.553, Gao Shuying ASI CHN 4.50

4, Martina Strutz EUR GER 4.405, Monika Pyrek POL 4.306, Afrodíti Skafída GRE 4.157, Sirine Balti AFR TUN 4.00

Jenn Stuczynski USA NHKym Howe OCE AUS NH

Isinbaeva won with an easy clearance at 4.60 when she must have hadat least 15cm to spare at all stages of the jump. Unfortunately the con-test featured several protests to officials by the jumpers includingIsinbaeva for whom the “time left to jump” clock had been startedbefore the bar had been put up for one of her attempts at 4.80. Two ofPyrek’s run-ups were interrupted by a javelin thrower crossing the run-way, while Stuczynski and Howe both no-heighted after complainingthat the uprights were not placed at the requested depth.

Long Jump Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Lynette Jacenko OCE AUS 6.54 (0.0)2, Jarmila Nygrynová EUR TCH 6.48 (0.4)3, Tatyana Skachko URS 6.48 (-0.3)4, Brigitte Kunzel GDR 6.42 (-0.9)5, Sumie Awara ASI JPN 6.23 (0.0)6, Modupe Oshikoya AFR NGR 6.15 (-0.2)7, Jane Frederick USA 6.13 (-0.8)8, Shonel Ferguson AME BAH 6.11 (0.0)

Jacenko, a former world record holder at the 60m sprint, provided thebiggest surprise of the first World Cup by winning from threeEuropeans of the highest world class. Kunzel had been favourite, andher fourth pace was a serious blow to the GDR women’s hopes of win-ning the trophy.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Anita Stukane URS 6.64 (0.0)2, Brigitte Wujak GDR 6.55 (0.0)3, Kathy McMillan USA 6.31 (0.0)4, Eloína Echevarría AME CUB 6.25 (0.0)5, Doina Anton EUR ROU 6.09 (0.0)6, Sumie Awara ASI JPN 5.96 (0.0)7, Lynette Jacenko OCE AUS 5.91 (-2.7)8, Bella Bellgam AFR NGR 5.73 (-0.8)

Wujak (née Kunzel) was again a favourite, but was below form just asshe had been two years earlier. Victory instead went to Stukane, aLatvian who had won the 1979 Soviet title.

POLE VAULT

Leading point scorers:13 Gao Shuying ASI/CHN 2002-4, 2006-39 Annika Becker GER 2002-1

Yelena Isinbaeva RUS 2006-1

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

RUS 1 1 - - - - - - - 17ASI - - 1 1 - - - - - 13EUR - - - 1 1 - - - - 11GER 1 - - - - - - - - 9AME - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7AFR - - - - - 1 1 - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4USA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 84

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Leading point scorers:23 Tamara Bykova URS 81-2, 85-2, 89-222 Silvia Costa AME/CUB 81-8, 85-4, 89-1, 94-317 Alina Astafei EUR/ROU, GER 89-3, 92-2, 98-6

Three or more appearances:4 Costa3 Chris Annison/Stanton OCE/AUS 77-6, 81-4, 85-5

BykovaAstafei

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 5 1 - - - - - - 77AME 3 - 2 1 1 - - 3 - 52USA - - 2+1= 2 1+1= 1= 1 1 - 44AFR 1 2 1 - - - 1+1= 3 1 38.5ASI - - 1= - 3+1= 1+1= 3 - - 36URS - 3 1 - 1 - - - - 33GDR 1 - 1 2 1= - - - - 30.5OCE - - - 1 1 2+1= 2 1 2 26RUS 1 - 1 1 - - - - - 21GER - - - 2 - 1+1= - - - 16.5ITA - - - - 1= - - - - 4.5ESP - - - - - 1= - - 1 4.5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4POL - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - 1= - - 2.5Totals 10 10 9+2= 9 8+4= 6+5= 7+2= 8 4 397

HIGH JUMP

Leading point scorers:23 Tamara Bykova URS 81-2, 85-2, 89-222 Silvia Costa AME/CUB 81-8, 85-4, 89-1, 94-317 Alina Astafei EUR/ROU, GER 89-3, 92-2, 98-6

Three or more appearances:4 Costa3 Chris Annison/Stanton OCE/AUS 77-6, 81-4, 85-5

BykovaAstafei

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 5 1 - - - - - - 77AME 3 - 2 1 1 - - 3 - 52USA - - 2+1= 2 1+1= 1= 1 1 - 44AFR 1 2 1 - - - 1+1= 3 1 38.5ASI - - 1= - 3+1= 1+1= 3 - - 36URS - 3 1 - 1 - - - - 33GDR 1 - 1 2 1= - - - - 30.5OCE - - - 1 1 2+1= 2 1 2 26RUS 1 - 1 1 - - - - - 21GER - - - 2 - 1+1= - - - 16.5ITA - - - - 1= - - - - 4.5ESP - - - - - 1= - - 1 4.5EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4POL - - - - - 1 - - - 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3GRE - - - - - - 1= - - 2.5Totals 10 10 9+2= 9 8+4= 6+5= 7+2= 8 4 397

POLE VAULT

Leading point scorers:13 Gao Shuying ASI/CHN 2002-4, 2006-39 Annika Becker GER 2002-1

Yelena Isinbaeva RUS 2006-1

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

RUS 1 1 - - - - - - - 17ASI - - 1 1 - - - - - 13EUR - - - 1 1 - - - - 11GER 1 - - - - - - - - 9AME - 1 - - - - - - - 8ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7AFR - - - - - 1 1 - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4USA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 84

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Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Sigrid Ulbricht GDR 6.80 (-0.1)2, Jodi Anderson USA 6.61 (-0.2)3, Anna Wlodarczyk EUR POL 6.59 (0.0)4, Tatyana Skachko URS 6.49 (0.0)5, Shonel Ferguson AME BAH 6.34 (0.0)6, Linda Garden OCE AUS 6.10 (0.0)7, Barbara Norello ITA 6.01 (-0.5)8, Wu Feng ASI CHN 5.76 (-)9, Janet Yawson AFR GHA 5.70 (0.0)

Ulbricht (née Heimann) followed up her European Cup win of 1981with a cup record.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Heike Drechsler GDR 7.27 (0.7)2, Galina Chistyakova URS 7.00 (-0.7)3, Carol Lewis USA 6.88 (0.5)4, Robyn Lorraway OCE AUS 6.80 (-0.4)5, Sabine Braun EUR FRG 6.62 (-0.4)6, Shonel Ferguson AME BAH 6.53w (2.4)7, Huang Donghuo ASI CHN 6.29 (1.0)8, Marianne Mendoza-Diallo AFR SEN 5.40 (-0.6)Legal best:

Ferguson 6.45 (0.8)

At the Moscow European Cup, Chistyakova had surprisingly beatenDrechsler. The East German had gone on to improve the world recordto 7.44, and was in a class of her own by the time of Canberra.

She had already set two cup records before her winning jump of7.27 in the fourth round. In a high-class contest, Chistyakova andLewis also set meeting records in the first round, in which Lorraway seta new Australian and Oceanian record.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Galina Chistyakova URS 7.10 (1.3)2, Marieta Ilcu EUR ROU 6.71 (1.2)3, Nicole Boegman OCE AUS 6.64 (1.5)4, Helga Radtke GDR 6.54 (1.1)5, Xiong Qiying ASI CHN 6.51 (0.7)6, Claire Connor USA 6.30 (-0.6)7, Eloína Echevarría AME CUB 6.22 (1.4)8, Chioma Ajunwa AFR NGR 6.14 (1.0)9, Isabel López ESP 6.00 (-0.1)

World record holder Chistyakova was in a class apart, and every one ofher six jumps would have been sufficient for victory. Radtke’s fourthplace gave the GDR a record winning score of 124.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Heike Drechsler GER 7.16 (1.4)2, Yelena Sinchukova EUN RUS 6.85 (1.3)3, Ljudmila Ninova EUR AUT 6.59 (0.7)4, Sharon Couch USA 6.52 (0.5)5, Flora Hyacinth AME ISV 6.43w (3.3)6, Stella Emefesi AFR NGR 6.06 (1.2)7, Leanne Stapylton-Smith OCE NZL 5.81 (0.6)

8, Liu Shuzhen ASI CHN 4.78 (1.3)

Drechsler, now in unified German colours, carried on where she left offin 1985. Her first two leaps, each of 7.16, were far better than anyoneelse could manage.

Drechsler, who won the Olympic title, the overall IAAF Grand Prixaward, and leapt 7.48 in 1992, was many people’s choice as the world’swoman athlete of the year. Havana was her 23rd meeting at 7m or bet-ter in 1992.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Inessa Kravets EUR UKR 7.00 (0.6)2, Niurka Montalvo AME CUB 6.70 (1.0)3, Christy Opara-Thompson AFR NGR 6.66 (1.7)4, Yao Weili ASI CHN 6.60 (0.7)5, Sabine Braun GER 6.54 (1.9)6, Yinka Idowu GBR 6.51 (1.4)7, Nicole Boegman OCE AUS 6.45 (0.7)8, Sheila Echols USA 6.23 (0.5)

Kravets won easily with a 7.00 in the second round. She could affordto pass three of her remaining efforts.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Heike Drechsler GER 7.07 (1.1)2, Marion Jones USA 7.00 (0.3)3, Guan Yingnan ASI CHN 6.74 (0.3)4, Lyudmila Galkina RUS 6.73 (-0.6)5, Tünde Vaszi EUR HUN 6.72 (0.6)6, Nicole Boegman OCE AUS 6.64 (0.0)7, Chioma Ajunwa AFR NGR 6.62 (-0.1)8, Flora Hyacinth AME ISV 6.02 (0.6)

This was Jones’s final outing of what had been a perfect year, with 36wins from 36 contests across all events. There were hopes that shemight get near to the world record of 7.52, but the icy (7°C) and wetconditions were unhelpful. Also, Jones faced the toughest of rivals –Heike Drechsler – who was looking for her third World Cup win in thisevent.

The German started well, spanning 7.07 in round one. Jones, usinga very short run-up, fouled then cleared 7.00 in the second. That was asclose as she would get, because her next four efforts were foul, 6.85,6.99 and foul. Drechsler finished with another 7.07 then 7.03, and sobecame the first and only woman to defeat Jones in 1998. Guan in thirdprovided Asia’s women with their highest placing of the weekend.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Tatyana Kotova RUS 6.85 (0.3)2, Maurren Maggi AME BRA 6.81 (1.9)3, Conchi Montaner ESP 6.68 (0.1)4, Jade Johnson EUR GBR 6.41 (0.4)5, Chantal Brunner OCE NZL 6.35 (1.5)6, Yelena Koshcheyeva ASI KAZ 6.32 (1.0)7, Sofia Schulte GER 6.16 (0.9)8, Françoise Mbango AFR CMR 6.06 (1.7)9, Brianna Glenn USA 5.91 (1.9)

One week earlier at the Grand Prix final Kotova had lost for the firsttime this season to Maggi. In Madrid the Russian gained revenge with

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a narrow win. The Brazilian opened with 6.81 to which Kotovaresponded with 6.78. Montaner was a good third at 6.68. Kotova edgedcloser with 6.80 in the second while Maggi fouled. In the third. Kotovafinally took the lead with 6.85. Her win was greatly significant becauseit meant that Russia moved ahead of Europe in the team standings withjust one event remaining.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Lyudmila Kolchanova RUS 6.78 (0.4)2, Naide Gomes EUR POR 6.68 (0.3)3, Chrisopiyí Devetzí GRE 6.64 (-0.1)4, Bronwyn Thompson OCE AUS 6.63 (0.0)5, Malgorzata Trybanska POL 6.41 (0.1)6, Rose Richmond USA 6.38 (0.5)7, Keila Costa AME BRA 6.33 (0.2)8, Olga Rypakova ASI KAZ 6.21 (0.1)9, Joséphine Mbarga AFR CMR 5.87 (0.0)

Russia completed a clear sweep of the women’s jumps in Athensthrough Kolchanova who was a clear winner with all her valid jumpsbetter than that of the runner-up. He winning distance of 6.78 was actu-ally measured at 6.881 from he point of take-off. Devetzí – the host’sstar performer at this meeting – jumped well to grab third place in thethird round.

Triple Jump Havana 1992(Sep 25)1, Li Huirong ASI CHN 13.88 (-0.6)2, Galina Chistyakova EUN RUS 13.67 (-0.5)3, Eloína Echevarría AME CUB 13.45 (0.3)4, Sheila Hudson USA 13.38 (-0.3)5, Sarka Kaspárková EUR TCH 13.31 (-0.2)6, Helga Radtke GER 13.26 (-0.6)7, Leanne Stapylton-Smith OCE NZL 12.51 (-0.9)8, Sonia Agbessi AFR BEN 11.74 (-0.6)

Former world record holder Li needed only one jump, her first, to winthe first ever World Cup women’s triple jump. World long jump recordholder Chistyakova chased hard with four jumps in the 13.60s.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Anna Biryukova EUR RUS 14.46 (1.3)2, Sheila Hudson-Strudwick USA 14.00 (1.7)3, Ren Ruiping ASI CHN 13.84 (0.6)4, Michelle Griffith GBR 13.70 (1.0)5, Niurka Montalvo AME CUB 13.64 (0.2)6, Helga Radtke GER 13.47 (0.9)7, Tania Dixon OCE NZL 12.55 (-0.3)8, Hasna Atiallah AFR MAR 12.44 (0.9)

World record holder Anna Biryukova won with her first effort, a cuprecord of 14.46. She passed in rounds four and six.

Hudson-Strudwick’s second place was the highest position gainedby a United States woman at the 1994 World Cup.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Olga Vasdhéki EUR GRE 14.64 (0.1)2, Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 14.36 (1.0)3, Yamile Aldama AME CUB 14.29 (0.6)4, Ren Ruiping ASI CHN 14.04 (0.2)5, Sheila Hudson USA 13.76 (0.6)6, Baya Rahouli AFR ALG 13.69 (1.1)7, Nicole Mladenis OCE AUS 12.86 (1.5)8, Nkechi Madubuko GER 12.76 (0.2)

The opening event of the Johannesburg World Cup saw Vashédki con-solidate her recent European Championship gold with Greek records inrounds 3 (14.57) and 4 (14.64), the latter jump with plenty to spare onthe take-off board. She led from start to finish, and every one of herfive valid efforts were further than the best of runner-up Lebedeva.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Françoise Mbango AFR CMR 14.37 (1.7)2, Ashia Hansen EUR GBR 14.32 (0.1)3, Carlota Castrejana ESP 14.13 (1.5)4, Trecia Smith AME JAM 13.82 (0.4)5, Yuliana Perez USA 13.79 (0.9)6, Yelena Oleynikova RUS 13.79 (0.2)7, Wu Lingmei ASI CHN 13.60 (0.4)8, Sofia Schulte GER 12.73 (0.5)9, Michelle Apostolou OCE AUS 12.12 (0.6)

Due to the heavy rain there was a gap of an hour between the contest’ssecond jump (Hansen 14.15) and its third (Schulte x). World silvermedallist Mbango finally closed the round with 14.37 and that provedto be the winning effort, though Hansen got near with 14.32.

This was the first field event victory by an African woman at theWorld Cup.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 15.13 (1.4)2, Chrisopiyí Devetzí GRE 15.04 (0.3)3, Yamilé Aldama AFR SUD 14.78 (1.0)4, Trecia Smith AME JAM 14.64 (0.1)5, Anastasiya Juravleva ASI UZB 14.54 (1.5)6, Olga Saladukha EUR UKR 14.16 (1.8)7, Shani Marks USA 13.79 (0.6)8, Aleksandra Fila POL 13.34 (0.2)9, Linda Allen OCE AUS 12.95 (0.5)

LONG JUMP

Leading point scorers:24 Heike Drechsler GDR, GER 85-1, 92-1, 98-116 Galina Chistyakova URS 85-2, 89-112 Tatyana Skachko URS 77-3, 81-4

Brigitte Künzel/Wujak GDR 77-4, 79-2Nicole Boegman OCE/AUS 89-3, 94-7, 98-6

Three or more appearances:3 Shonel Ferguson AME/BAH 77-8, 81-5, 85-6

DrechslerBoegman

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 3 2 1 3 - - - - 62OCE 1 - 1 2 1 2 3 - - 45USA - 2 2 1 - 2 1 1 1 44AME - 2 - 1 2 1 2 2 - 40URS 2 1 1 1 - - - - - 36GDR 2 1 - 2 - - - - - 35ASI - - 1 1 2 2 1 3 - 34RUS 2 - - 1 - - - - - 23GER 2 - - - 1 - 1 - - 23AFR - - 1 - - 2 1 4 2 22ESP - - 1 - - - - - 1 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7GRE - - 1 - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

LONG JUMP

Leading point scorers:24 Heike Drechsler GDR, GER 85-1, 92-1, 98-116 Galina Chistyakova URS 85-2, 89-112 Tatyana Skachko URS 77-3, 81-4

Brigitte Künzel/Wujak GDR 77-4, 79-2Nicole Boegman OCE/AUS 89-3, 94-7, 98-6

Three or more appearances:3 Shonel Ferguson AME/BAH 77-8, 81-5, 85-6

DrechslerBoegman

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 3 2 1 3 - - - - 62OCE 1 - 1 2 1 2 3 - - 45USA - 2 2 1 - 2 1 1 1 44AME - 2 - 1 2 1 2 2 - 40URS 2 1 1 1 - - - - - 36GDR 2 1 - 2 - - - - - 35ASI - - 1 1 2 2 1 3 - 34RUS 2 - - 1 - - - - - 23GER 2 - - - 1 - 1 - - 23AFR - - 1 - - 2 1 4 2 22ESP - - 1 - - - - - 1 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7GRE - - 1 - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

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The competition started strongly with efforts of 14.53 and 14.51 byAldama and Lebedeva. Then to the delight of the crowd, Devetzí wentmuch further with a meeting record of 15.04.

Lebedeva responded with a 15.13 (4.82/4.35/5.34) despite takingoff 17cm before the edge of the board. The Greek responded with aneven longer foul. Lebedeva followed that up with 14.98 but it was theDevetzí who finished best with a further 15m effort (15.02), featuringthe massive hop phase of 5.51.

Shot Put Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 3)1, Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH 20.632, Svetlana Krachevskaya URS 20.393, Maren Seidler USA 15.504, Lucette Moreau AME CAN 15.165, Barbara Beable OCE AUS 15.026, Paik Ok-Ja ASI KOR 14.607, Nnenna Njoku AFR NGR 12.43

Ilona Slupianek GDR DQ (20.93)

Fibingerová had improved the world record to 22.32 in August, but inDüsseldorf her best was 20.63. Slupianek overtook this in the finalround.

The East German’s victory was short-lived when, after the WorldCup, it was confirmed that she had failed a doping control test at theEuropean Cup at Helsinki in August. Her performances at both thatevent and the World Cup were annulled.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Ilona Slupianek GDR 20.982, Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH 19.743, Svetlana Krachevskaya URS 19.704, Maren Seidler USA 18.865, María Sarría AME CUB 18.596, Shen Lijuan ASI CHN 16.467, Bev Francis OCE AUS 15.168, Odette Mistoul AFR GAB 13.71

The re-instated Slupianek won with her first put. The next three plac-ings were in the same order as the first three from Düsseldorf.

Rome 1981

(Sep 5)1, Ilona Slupianek GDR 20.602, Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH 19.923, María Sarría AME CUB 19.214, Nina Isayeva URS 18.085, Cinzia Petrucci ITA 17.776, Shen Lijuan ASI CHN 17.097, Denise Wood USA 16.008, Christine Schulz OCE AUS 14.389, Odette Mistoul AFR GAB 13.56

All of Slupianek’s valid puts were 20.25 or better, meaning that shescored her second World Cup win.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Natalya Lisovskaya URS 20.692, Heike Hartwig GDR 19.983, Helena Fibingerová EUR TCH 19.174, Gael Martin OCE AUS 18.045, Cong Yuzhen ASI CHN 17.836, Ramona Pagel USA 17.317, Rosa Fernández AME CUB 16.658, Souad Maloussi AFR MAR 15.80

World record holder Lisovskaya trailed Hartwig’s 19.91 until the fifthround, when she produced a winning 20.69.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 9)1, Huang Zhihong ASI CHN 20.732, Heike Hartwig GDR 20.623, Claudia Losch EUR FRG 20.104, Natalya Lisovskaya URS 19.765, Belsy Laza AME CUB 19.026, Ramona Pagel USA 18.777, Margarita Ramos ESP 15.618, Astra Vitols OCE AUS 14.679, Hanane Khaled AFR EGY 13.26

Asia’s first ever World Cup win went to World Indoor silver medallistHuang, who led from the first round until Hartwig put 20.62. TheChinese woman responded with 20.73.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Belsy Laza AME CUB 19.192, Marina Antonyuk EUN RUS 17.983, Kathrin Neimke GER 17.974, Connie Price-Smith USA 17.825, Mihaela Oana EUR ROU 16.456, Min Chunfeng ASI CHN 16.407, Fouzia Fatihi AFR MAR 14.878, Christine King OCE NZL 14.48

Though it was not reported for several months, Laza had improved theCentral American record to 20.96 the previous May. She neverapproached that form but won easily with the only 19m (or 18m) putsof the day.

TRIPLE JUMP

Leading point scorers:16 Sheila Strudwick USA 92-4, 94-2, 98-5

Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 98-2, 2006-113 Yamilé Aldama AME/CUB, AFR/SUD 98-3, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:3 Strudwick

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 - - 1 1 - - - 32AME - - 2 2 1 - - - - 28ASI 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - - 27USA - 1 - 1 2 - 1 - - 24AFR 1 - 1 - - 1 - 2 - 21RUS 1 1 - - - 1 - - - 20GER - - - - - 2 - 2 - 9GRE - 1 - - - - - - - 8OCE - - - - - - 3 - 2 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7GBR - - - 1 - - - - - 5POL - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 198

TRIPLE JUMP

Leading point scorers:16 Sheila Strudwick USA 92-4, 94-2, 98-5

Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 98-2, 2006-113 Yamilé Aldama AME/CUB, AFR/SUD 98-3, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:3 Strudwick

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 1 - - 1 1 - - - 32AME - - 2 2 1 - - - - 28ASI 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - - 27USA - 1 - 1 2 - 1 - - 24AFR 1 - 1 - - 1 - 2 - 21RUS 1 1 - - - 1 - - - 20GER - - - - - 2 - 2 - 9GRE - 1 - - - - - - - 8OCE - - - - - - 3 - 2 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ESP - - 1 - - - - - - 7GBR - - - 1 - - - - - 5POL - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 198

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London 1994

(Sep 10)1, Huang Zhihong ASI CHN 19.452, Belsy Laza AME CUB 19.073, Astrid Kumbernuss GER 18.894, Vita Pavlysh EUR UKR 18.675, Judy Oakes GBR 17.926, Dawn Dumble USA 15.637, Fouzia Fatihi AFR MAR 15.488, Lisa-Marie Vizaniari OCE AUS 15.23

The Chinese women competing at the 1994 World Cup were far fromtheir 1993 record-breaking form, but World Champion Huang Zhihongwas a comfortable winner.

She took the lead with her first throw of 19.00 and improved to19.45 in the third to repeat her 1989 victory.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 12)1, Vita Pavlysh EUR UKR 20.592, Irina Korzhanenko RUS 19.043, Connie Price-Smith USA 18.794, Yumileidis Cumbá AME CUB 18.765, Li Meisu ASI CHN 18.006, Nadine Kleinert GER 17.607, Tania Lutton OCE NZL 15.738, Mariam Nnodu-Ibekwe AFR NGR 15.60

One month before Johannesburg, Vita Pavlysh regained her Europeantitle with a toss of 21.69, the world’s longest put since 1988. At theWorld Cup, she started poorly with 18.15 before taking control in thesecond with 20.59. Only one other woman exceeded 19m. At her fourthWorld Cup, Price-Smith moved into third place with her final put.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Irina Korzhanenko RUS 20.202, Yumileidi Cumbá AME CUB 19.143, Astrid Kumbernuss GER 19.114, Vita Pavlysh EUR UKR 19.065, Teri Steer USA 18.636, Valerie Adams OCE NZL 18.407, Vivian Chukwuemeka AFR NGR 17.308, Juttaporn Krasaeyan ASI THA 17.259, Irache Quintanal ESP 15.79

Korzhanenko set the tone in the first round with 19.58 when no-oneelse put further than 18.35 though Adams did set the first of two NewZealand records. The Russian then improved to 20.20 and Cumbá wasthe only one to get remotely close with her 19.14 in the third.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Valerie Vili OCE NZL 19.872, Olga Ryabinkina RUS 19.543, Yumileidi Cumbá AME CUB 19.124, Natallia Khoroneko EUR BLR 19.065, Li Ling ASI CHN 19.056, Jillian Camarena USA 18.437, Krystyna Zabawska POL 17.748, Vivian Chukwuemeka AFR NGR 17.729, Iríni Terzóglou GRE 16.32

With five women over 19m, this was the best quality women’s shotcompetition of 2006. All if Vili’s three efforts were better than the restand she avenged Khoroneko’s defeat of her at the previous weekend’sWorld Athletics Final.

Discus Throw Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Faina Veleva URS 68.102, Argentina Menis EUR ROU 63.383, Sabine Engel GDR 63.124, Lucette Moreau AME CAN 54.525, Lynne Winbigler USA 53.166, Gael Mulhall OCE AUS 50.667, Paik Ok-Ja ASI KOR 45.688, Fethia Jerbi AFR TUN 44.58

In this, the final event of the women’s programme in Düsseldorf, theEuropean team needed to finish no worse than third to guarantee vic-tory. Argentina Menis was indeed third until the final round, when sheovertook Engel with 63.38.

Way ahead was world record holder Veleva (née Melnik), who wasscoring what would be her final major victory.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Evelin Jahl GDR 65.182, Svetlana Melnikova URS 65.143, María Betancourt AME CUB 62.844, Svetla Bozhkova EUR BUL 60.845, Gael Mulhall OCE AUS 56.506, Li Xiaohui ASI CHN 55.647, Lynne Winbigler USA 50.068, Zoubida Laayouni AFR MAR 46.08

SHOT PUT

Leading point scorers:30 Helena Fibingerová EUR/TCH 77-1, 79-2, 81-2, 85-320 Belsy Laza AME/CUB 89-5, 92-1, 94-2

Yumileidi Cumbá AME/CUB 98-4, 2002-2, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:4 Fibingerová3 Ilona Schoknecht/Slupaniek GDR 77-dq, 79-1, 81-1

LazaVita Pavlysh EUR/UKR 94-4, 98-1, 2002-4Cumbá

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 2 2 3 1 - - - - 66AME 1 2 2 2 2 - 1 - - 58ASI 2 - - - 3 4 - 1 - 45USA - - 2 2 1 4 1 - - 44URS 1 1 1 2 - - - - - 33GDR 2 2 - - - - - - - 32OCE 1 - - 1 1 1 2 4 - 32RUS 1 2 - - - - - - - 24GER - - 3 - - 1 - - - 22AFR - - - - - - 4 4 2 16EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - 1 - 1 4POL - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 396

SHOT PUT

Leading point scorers:30 Helena Fibingerová EUR/TCH 77-1, 79-2, 81-2, 85-320 Belsy Laza AME/CUB 89-5, 92-1, 94-2

Yumileidi Cumbá AME/CUB 98-4, 2002-2, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:4 Fibingerová3 Ilona Schoknecht/Slupaniek GDR 77-dq, 79-1, 81-1

LazaVita Pavlysh EUR/UKR 94-4, 98-1, 2002-4Cumbá

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 2 2 2 3 1 - - - - 66AME 1 2 2 2 2 - 1 - - 58ASI 2 - - - 3 4 - 1 - 45USA - - 2 2 1 4 1 - - 44URS 1 1 1 2 - - - - - 33GDR 2 2 - - - - - - - 32OCE 1 - - 1 1 1 2 4 - 32RUS 1 2 - - - - - - - 24GER - - 3 - - 1 - - - 22AFR - - - - - - 4 4 2 16EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7ITA - - - - 1 - - - - 5GBR - - - - 1 - - - - 4ESP - - - - - - 1 - 1 4POL - - - - - - 1 - - 3GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 4 396

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An exciting battle was settled in the third round when Jahl threw 65.18before Melnikova’s 65.14. The Russian had out-thrown the EastGerman in four of the other five rounds.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Evelin Jahl GDR 66.702, Mariya Petkova EUR BUL 66.303, Galina Savinkova URS 63.964, Carmen Romero AME CUB 61.605, Li Xiaohui ASI CHN 55.706, Leslie Deniz USA 53.207, Maristella Bano ITA 50.308, Andrina Rovis-Herman OCE AUS 45.809, Zoubida Laayouni AFR MAR 45.24

The GDR Captain Jahl had retained her Olympic title since the lastWorld Cup but suffered a rare defeat at the 1981 European Cup by bothPetkova and Savinkova.

She avenged this in Rome, but only after another struggle with herZagreb conquerors. Savinkova (63.86) was the first round leader untilJahl’s 65.00 in round 2. Round 4 saw Petkova improve to 66.30, butJahl responded again with 66.70 in the fifth.

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, Martina Opitz GDR 69.782, Galina Savinkova URS 67.303, Maritza Martén AME CUB 66.544, Tsvetanka Khristova EUR BUL 61.905, Li Xiaohui ASI CHN 57.746, Carol Cady USA 56.527, Sue Reinwald OCE AUS 53.928, Zoubida Laayouni AFR MAR 49.68

World Champion Opitz was yet another East German who peaked per-fectly for this meeting. Throwing second, she opened with a cup recordof 68.66. She increased her lead with 69.78 in the third. This was herseason’s best, and she had two other throws better than Savinkova.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, Ilke Wyludda GDR 71.542, Hou Xuemei ASI CHN 66.043, Maritza Martén AME CUB 65.404, Tsvetanka Khristova EUR BUL 61.965, Olga Davydova URS 61.466, Lisa-Marie Vizaniari OCE AUS 57.927, Connie Price USA 52.908, Sonia Godall ESP 48.549, Zoubida Laayouni AFR MAR 48.34

The two-hour break in the competition because of the thunderstorm didnot affect Wyludda, the reigning World Junior Champion, who wascompeting in her first year as a senior.

The East German set cup records both before (70.74) and after(71.54) the interruption to win by more than 5m.

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Maritza Martén AME CUB 69.302, Ilke Wyludda GER 67.90

3, Min Chunfeng ASI CHN 63.384, Larisa Korotkevich EUN BLR 62.865, Manuela Tirneci EUR ROU 57.926, Nanette van der Walt AFR RSA 56.507, Connie Price-Smith USA 53.128, Elizabeth Ryan OCE NZL 48.36

Cuba’s women had a second throws victory in Havana throughOlympic Champion Martén. Unlike the Shot Put, this was a very keencontest with Wyludda leading after round 2 with 67.74.

Martén responded with 68.32 in the fourth and 69.30 in the last.Defending champion Wyludda kept up the pressure with three more67m+ efforts.

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Ilke Wyludda GER 65.302, Ellina Zvereva EUR BLR 63.863, Daniela Costian OCE AUS 63.384, Barbara Echevarría AME CUB 62.905, Qiu Qiaoping ASI CHN 57.926, Connie Price-Smith USA 57.047, Jackie McKernan GBR 56.288, Lisette Etsebeth AFR RSA 51.54

Wyludda won, as she had in 1989, but she left it late. Despite havingthe best overall series, she found herself in third place with 63.24 goinginto the final round. She clicked on her last throw and scored her 11thvictory from 14 contests in 1994.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, Franka Dietzsch GER 67.072, Nicoleta Grasu EUR ROU 66.253, Natalya Sadova RUS 64.384, Beatrice Faumuina OCE NZL 63.775, Liu Fengying ASI CHN 60.426, Kristin Kuehl USA 59.887, Elizna Naudé AFR RSA 51.398, Elisângela Adriano AME BRA 51.26

European Champion Dietzsch had one only good throw, but that wasgood enough to win in very wet conditions. At the halfway point shewas only fourth on 58.76, the lead being held at 61.74 by Grasu. ThenDietzsch clicked with 67.07 in the fourth. Grasu responded well, buther final throw of 66.25 was not enough to regain the lead.

Madrid 2002

Sep 20)1, Beatrice Faumuina OCE NZL 62.472, Katerína Vóggoli EUR GRE 61.773, Natalya Sadova RUS 61.304, Li Yanfeng ASI CHN 59.895, Kris Kuehl USA 59.576, Jana Tucholke GER 57.947, Monia Kari AFR TUN 56.168, Alice Matejková ESP 56.059, Elisângela Adriano AME BRA 53.60

Russia lost valuable points when 70m woman Sadova struggled toreach 60m and placed only third. Instead there was a rare victory forOceania when Faumuina overtook Vóggoli with her 62.47 in the thirdround.

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Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Franka Dietzsch EUR GER 66.072, Aretha Thurmond USA 61.833, Song Aimin ASI CHN 61.474, Darya Pishchalnikova RUS 61.395, Wioletta Potepa POL 60.826, Dani Samuels OCE AUS 59.687, Yania Ferrales AME CUB 58.938, Elizna Naude AFR RSA 56.119, Aretí Abatzí GRE 53.66

A comfortable win for former World Champion Dietzsch who after thefirst round led at 64.56 with no-one else better than 59.43. Thurmondstarted round 2 with 61.83 and that held up for second place, but thenthe 38 year-old German progressed to 66.07.

Hammer Throw Madrid 2002

(Sep 21)1, Gu Yuan ASI CHN 70.752, Yipsi Moreno AME CUB 69.653, Olga Kuzenkova RUS 66.984, Anna Mahon USA 65.945, Kamila Skolimowska EUR POL 65.246, Susanne Keil GER 64.627, Bronwyn Eagles OCE AUS 63.498, Berta Castells ESP 63.499, Marwa Hussein AFR EGY 58.49

World Champion Moreno took control with 69.85 in the second, butshe fouled her other three efforts whereas Gu improved in each roundand held second spot with 68.74 before taking the last throw of the con-test. The 20 year-old propelled her hammer to 70.75 to score a surprisevictory. This was the first event of day two in Madrid, held in muchbetter conditions than on the first evening.

Athína 2006

(Sep 17)1, Kamila Skolimowska POL 75.292, Tatyana Lysenko RUS 74.443, Yipsi Moreno AME CUB 73.994, Zhang Wenxiu ASI CHN 71.195, Maryia Smalyachkova EUR BLR 68.936, Erin Gilreath USA 67.397, Brooke Billett OCE AUS 65.928, Alexándra Papayeoryíou GRE 65.229, Marwa Ahmed Hussein AFR EGY 60.23

Moreno started well with a cup record 73.99, but that mark was bet-tered by Lysenko (74.33) and the next two throws of Skolimowska,74.53 and 75.29. World record holder Lysenko threw something in75m range with her last attempt, but was timed out. This was to be thelast big win by Skolimowska who had been the Olympic Champion in2000 at age 17. Shockingly, she died suddenly of a pulmonary arteryembolism while at a training camp in Portugal on February 19, 2009.

Javelin Throw Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 2)1, Ruth Fuchs GDR 62.362, Nadyezhda Yakubovich URS 62.023, Tessa Sanderson EUR GBR 60.304, Kate Schmidt USA 59.465, Emiko Myokai ASI JPN 55.426, Agnès Tchuinté AFR CMR 53.707, Pam Matthews OCE AUS 51.148, Marli dos Santos AME BRA 46.52

The crowd were stunned to see the great Ruth Fuchs, double OlympicChampion and world record holder, lying only fourth at the start of thefourth round with 58.74. She recovered in the final round to overtakeYakubovich.

“I failed totally in my first five throws,” admitted Fuchs. “In thelast round I won because I fought.” Tchuinté, a junior, set a newAfrican record in sixth place.

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, Ruth Fuchs GDR 66.102, Eva Raduly-Zörgö EUR ROU 65.823, María Colón AME CUB 63.50

HAMMER THROW

Leading point scorers:15 Yipsi Moreno AME/CUB 2002-2, 2006-314 Kamila Skolimowska EUR/POL, POL 2002-5, 2006-19 Gu Yuan ASI/CHN 2002-1

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

ASI 1 - - 1 - - - - - 15AME - 1 1 - - - - - - 15RUS - 1 1 - - - - - - 15USA - - - 1 - 1 - - - 10EUR - - - - 2 - - - - 10POL 1 - - - - - - - - 9OCE - - - - - - 2 - - 6GER - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2AFR - - - - - - - - 2 2Totals 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 90

DISCUS THROW

Leading point scorers:24 Ilke Wyludda GDR, GER 89-1, 92-2, 94-121 Maritza Martén AME/CUB 85-3, 89-3, 92-117 Evelin Jahl GDR 79-1, 81-1

Franka Dietzsch GER, EUR/GER 98-1, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Zoubida Laayouni AFR/MAR 79-8, 81-9, 85-8, 89-93 Li Xiaohui ASI/CHN 79-6, 81-5, 85-5

MarténConnie Price USA 89-7, 92-7, 94-6Wyludda

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 5 - 3 1 - - - - 66ASI - 1 2 1 4 1 1 - - 49AME 1 - 3 3 - - 1 1 1 48GDR 4 - 1 - - - - - - 40OCE 1 - 1 1 1 3 1 2 - 40USA - 1 - - 2 4 3 - - 37URS 1 2 1 - 1 - - - - 35GER 2 1 - - - 1 - - - 27RUS - - 2 1 - - - - - 19AFR - - - - - 1 2 5 2 16EUN - - - 1 - - - - - 5POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - - 2 - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

DISCUS THROW

Leading point scorers:24 Ilke Wyludda GDR, GER 89-1, 92-2, 94-121 Maritza Martén AME/CUB 85-3, 89-3, 92-117 Evelin Jahl GDR 79-1, 81-1

Franka Dietzsch GER, EUR/GER 98-1, 2006-1

Three or more appearances:4 Zoubida Laayouni AFR/MAR 79-8, 81-9, 85-8, 89-93 Li Xiaohui ASI/CHN 79-6, 81-5, 85-5

MarténConnie Price USA 89-7, 92-7, 94-6Wyludda

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 1 5 - 3 1 - - - - 66ASI - 1 2 1 4 1 1 - - 49AME 1 - 3 3 - - 1 1 1 48GDR 4 - 1 - - - - - - 40OCE 1 - 1 1 1 3 1 2 - 40USA - 1 - - 2 4 3 - - 37URS 1 2 1 - 1 - - - - 35GER 2 1 - - - 1 - - - 27RUS - - 2 1 - - - - - 19AFR - - - - - 1 2 5 2 16EUN - - - 1 - - - - - 5POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - - 2 - 4ITA - - - - - - 1 - - 3GBR - - - - - - 1 - - 2GRE - - - - - - - - 1 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

HAMMER THROW

Leading point scorers:15 Yipsi Moreno AME/CUB 2002-2, 2006-314 Kamila Skolimowska EUR/POL, POL 2002-5, 2006-19 Gu Yuan ASI/CHN 2002-1

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

ASI 1 - - 1 - - - - - 15AME - 1 1 - - - - - - 15RUS - 1 1 - - - - - - 15USA - - - 1 - 1 - - - 10EUR - - - - 2 - - - - 10POL 1 - - - - - - - - 9OCE - - - - - - 2 - - 6GER - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - - 1 - 2GRE - - - - - - - 1 - 2AFR - - - - - - - - 2 2Totals 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 90

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4, Kate Schmidt USA 59.985, Saida Gunba URS 57.006, Li Xia ASI CHN 52.507, Pam Matthews OCE AUS 52.488, Agnès Tchuinté AFR CMR 49.64

Fuchs had regained her world record in 1979 but was beaten byRaduly-Zörgö at the European Cup. In Montréal, she avenged thatdefeat, though the Romanian threatened to upset Fuchs again with herfifth throw of 65.82.

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, Antoaneta Todorova EUR BUL 70.082, Petra Felke GDR 66.603, Karin Smith USA 63.044, Petra Rivers OCE AUS 61.545, Mayra Vila AME CUB 59.006, Leolita Blodniece URS 57.067, Tang Guoli ASI CHN 56.668, Fausta Quintavalla ITA 52.809, Agnès Tchuinté AFR CMR 52.56

Todorova had caused a sensation at the European Cup when shesmashed the world record with 71.88. She cemented her status at theworld’s number one with 70.08 in the fifth round – only the third 70mthrow in history. The 23 year-old Petra Felke made a big breakthroughby throwing a personal best in second place. She was later named as“Miss World Cup.”

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, Olga Gavrilova URS 66.802, Petra Felke GDR 66.223, Fatima Whitbread EUR GBR 65.124, Sue Howland OCE AUS 63.585, Agnès Tchuinté AFR CMR 57.866, Zhu Hongyang ASI CHN 55.907, María Colón AME CUB 54.008, Cathy Sulinski USA 53.78

The contest was decided when the unheralded Gavrilova – only 9th inthe 1985 Soviet Championships – threw a personal best of 66.80 in thethird round. She not only won but became the first thrower to defeatFelke in 26 meetings dating back to May 1984.

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Petra Felke GDR 70.322, Zhang Li ASI CHN 61.503, Laverne Eve AME BAH 60.324, Brigitte Graune EUR FRG 59.765, Natalya Yermolovich URS 57.526, Donna Mayhew USA 55.387, Kaye Nordstrom OCE NZL 53.268, Chinweoke Chikwelu AFR NGR 49.089, Natividad Vizcaíno ESP 46.48

Felke had thrown a 1989 world best of 76.88 three days before theWorld Cup, but was unhappy with the bad weather in Barcelona. Shenevertheless won easily, improving the cup record to 70.32 in the lastround.

Havana 1992

(Sep 26)1, Tessa Sanderson EUR GBR 61.862, Irina Kostyuchenkova EUN UKR 58.103, Dulce García AME CUB 58.084, Xu Demei ASI CHN 57.805, Donna Mayhew USA 57.306, Steffi Nerius GER 56.247, Sue Howland OCE AUS 55.828, Seraphine Nyauma AFR KEN 48.58

The 36 year-old Sanderson capped a fine season by winning with heropening throw of 61.86. Fifteen years earlier she had finished thirdwith 60.30. Hers was one of only two wins for the European women’steam in Havana.

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Trine Hattestad EUR NOR 66.482, Isel López AME CUB 61.403, Karen Forkel GER 61.264, Louise McPaul OCE AUS 59.925, Zhang Li ASI CHN 58.826, Sharon Gibson GBR 53.327, Donna Mayhew USA 51.508, Ronah Dwinger AFR RSA 49.02

Hattestad, the world’s number one, was a class apart with five throwsbetter than anyone else. López and Forkel had a close battle for secondplace which the Cuban won in the sixth.

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Joanna Stone OCE AUS 69.852, Sonia Bisset AME CUB 65.503, Mikaela Ingberg EUR FIN 64.244, Tatyana Shikolenko RUS 63.775, Tanja Damaske GER 62.516, Li Lei ASI CHN 59.457, Windy Dean USA 52.468, Lindy Leveaux AFR SEY 43.18

Stone had competed only three times previously in 1998. With her rightarm heavily strapped, she restricted herself to two throws inJohannesburg, but these were good enough for victory as the 1998World list leader Damaske flopped to fifth place. Stone opened with67.61 and then threw a massive 69.85 in the third. Clearly she had re-injured her arm with that effort, but her face lit up when Ingberginformed her how far it had flown. Oceania’s only previous World Cupvictory had come in the 1977 women’s long jump.

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Osleidys Menéndez AME CUB 64.412, Tatyana Shikolenko RUS 60.113, Mikaela Ingberg EUR FIN 60.084, Steffi Nerius GER 57.815, Serene Ross USA 56.916, Ma Ning ASI CHN 56.607, Marta Miguez ESP 55.978, Aïda Sellam AFR TUN 52.489, Cecilia McIntosh OCE AUS 52.35

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Menéndez took a commanding lead with her opener, a cup record of64.41. Both of her other valid throws (62.91 & 62.49) would have beenenough to win. Biomechanical analysis showed that the fastest throwwas the last-round 54.50 of Ma Ning, which was timed at 0.46 secondsto the point of release. The duration of the winning throw was 0.65.

Athína 2006

(Sep 16)1, Steffi Nerius EUR GER 63.372, Sonia Bisset AME CUB 61.743, Justine Robbeson AFR RSA 61.384, Barbara Madejczyk POL 59.635, Kimberley Mickle OCE AUS 58.526, Sávva Líka GRE 58.367, Lada Chernova RUS 58.298, Kim Kreiner USA 54.349, Ma Ning ASI CHN 52.54

After Franka Dietzsch in the discus and Ralf Bartels in the shot,Europe/Germany scored a third throws win on the opening day inAthens through Nerius, who first competed at the World Cup as a 20year-old in 1992. The 2002 runner-up Bisset led after the first roundwith 61.22. She improved to 61.74, but by then the German – inEuropean strip but with an armband bearing the colours of her nation-al flag – had progressed from her 57.94 opener to 63.37.

4 x 100 Metres Relay Düsseldorf 1977

(Sep 4)1, Europe 42.512, GDR 42.653, USSR 42.914, Americas 42.955, Oceania 44.206, Africa 46.677, Asia 47.40

United States DNF

To the pleasure of the crowd, a team of two West Germans and twoBritons held off the GDR with a time which was only 0.01 slower thatthe existing world record. The Europeans gained ground with theirchangeovers – particularly the one between Lynch and Richter. Thequartette had been trained by the West German national sprint coach,Wolfgang Thiele.

TeamsEUR Elvira Possekel FRG, Andrea Lynch GBR, Annegret Richter FRG, Sonia

Lannaman GBRGDR Monika Hamann, Romy Schneider, Ingrid Brestrich, Marlies OelsnerURS Vera Anisimova, Lyudmila Maslakova, Marina Sidorova, Lyudmila

StorozhkovaAME Lilieth Hodges JAM, Silvia Chivás CUB, Patty Loverock CAN, Jackie

Pusey JAMOCE Wendy Brown NZL, Raelene Boyle AUS, Barbara Wilson AUS, Debbie

Wells AUSAFR Eno Ekpo NGR, Nazaeli Kyomo TAN, Fatou Cissokho SEN, Uti Ufon-

Uko NGRASI Carolina Rieuwpassa INA, Marina Chin Leng Sim MAS, Emiko Konishi

JPN, Lee Eun-Ja KORUSA Renaye Bowen, Pam Jiles, Rosalyn Bryant, Evelyn Ashford

Montréal 1979

(Aug 26)1, Europe 42.192, GDR 42.323, USSR 42.524, United States 43.535, Americas 43.996, Oceania 44.627, Africa 44.838, Asia 46.19

Once again, the GDR were thwarted by a European team which fea-tured Olympic 100m Champion Annegret Richter on stage 3. The win-ning time was the third-fastest in history.

TeamsEUR Linda Haglund SWE, Chantal Réga FRA, Annegret Richter FRG,

Heather Hunte GBRGDR Christina Brehmer, Romy Schneider, Ingrid Auerswald, Marlies GöhrURS Vera Anisimova, Olga Korotkova, Marina Sidorova, Lyudmila

KondratyevaUSA Evelyn Ashford, Karen Hawkins, Dollie Fleetwood, Valerie BoyerAME Lilieth Hodges JAM, Rose Allwood JAM, Silvia Chivás CUB, Angella

Taylor CANOCE Helen Edwards AUS, Debbie Wells AUS, Janeen Faithfull AUS, Kim

Robertson NZLAFR Nazaeli Kyomo TAN, Grace Bakari GHA, Hannah Afriyie GHA,

Oguzoeme Nsenu NGRASI Yumiko Aoi JPN, Usanee Lopinkarn THA, Mo Hyung-Hee KOR, Ying

Yaping CHN

Rome 1981

(Sep 6)1, GDR 42.222, United States 42.823, USSR 43.014, Americas 43.065, Oceania 44.996, Italy 45.017, Africa 46.158, Asia (Japan) 46.45

Europe (Great Britain & NI) DNF

The GDR women finally won a World Cup sprint relay, setting a 1981world best time in the process. Europe (an all-British team), winners in1977 and 1979, came to grief at the last changeover when ShirleyThomas went off too soon. In second place, Evelyn Ashford anchoredthe USA to a national record.

JAVELIN THROW

Leading point scorers:24 Petra Felke GDR 81-2, 85-2, 89-118 Steffi Nerius GER, EUR/GER 92-6, 2002-4, 2006-117 Ruth Fuchs GDR 77-1, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Agnès Tchuinté AFR/CMR 77-6, 79-8, 81-9, 85-53 Felke

Donna Mayhew USA 89-6, 92-5, 94-7Nerius

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 1 4 1 - - - - - 72AME 1 3 3 - 1 - 1 1 - 58GDR 3 2 - - - - - - - 41OCE 1 - - 3 1 - 4 - 1 39ASI - 1 - 1 2 4 1 - 1 38USA - - 1 2 2 1 2 2 - 37URS 1 1 - - 2 1 - - - 28AFR - - 1 - 1 1 - 6 1 23GER - - 1 1 1 1 - - - 19RUS - 1 - 1 - - 1 - - 16EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - 1 - - - - - 6GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - 1 - 1 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ITA - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

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Leading point scorers:24 Petra Felke GDR 81-2, 85-2, 89-118 Steffi Nerius GER, EUR/GER 92-6, 2002-4, 2006-117 Ruth Fuchs GDR 77-1, 79-1

Three or more appearances:4 Agnès Tchuinté AFR/CMR 77-6, 79-8, 81-9, 85-53 Felke

Donna Mayhew USA 89-6, 92-5, 94-7Nerius

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

EUR 4 1 4 1 - - - - - 72AME 1 3 3 - 1 - 1 1 - 58GDR 3 2 - - - - - - - 41OCE 1 - - 3 1 - 4 - 1 39ASI - 1 - 1 2 4 1 - 1 38USA - - 1 2 2 1 2 2 - 37URS 1 1 - - 2 1 - - - 28AFR - - 1 - 1 1 - 6 1 23GER - - 1 1 1 1 - - - 19RUS - 1 - 1 - - 1 - - 16EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - 1 - - - - - 6GRE - - - - - 1 - - - 4ESP - - - - - - 1 - 1 4GBR - - - - - 1 - - - 3ITA - - - - - - - 1 - 2Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 4 397

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TeamsGDR Kirsten Siemon, Bärbel Wöckel, Gesine Walther, Marlies GöhrUSA Alice Brown, Jeanette Bolden, Florence Griffith, Evelyn AshfordURS Olga Zolotaryova, Olga Nasonova, Lyudmila Kondratyeva, Natalya

BochinaAME Lilieth Hodges JAM, Jackie Pusey JAM, Angela Bailey CAN, Angella

Taylor CANOCE Wendy Brown NZL, Kerrie Waite AUS, Penny Gillies AUS, Helen

Edwards AUSITA Antonella Capriotti, Carla Mercurio, Patrizia Lombardo, Marisa MasulloAFR Nawal El Moutawakel MAR, Cécile Ngambi CMR, Alice Adala KEN,

Hannah Afriyie GHAASI Tomi Osako JPN, Yukiko Osako JPN, Emiko Konishi JPN, Emi Akimoto

JPNEUR Wendy Hoyte GBR, Kathy Smallwood GBR, Beverley Callender GBR,

Shirley Thomas GBR

Canberra 1985

(Oct 6)1, GDR 41.37WR2, USSR 42.543, Europe 43.384, Americas 43.395, United States 44.036, Africa (Ghana) 44.767, Asia (PR of China) 45.16

Oceania DQ

Fifteen years had passed since the last world record to be set inAustralia, but October 6, 1985 saw two within the space of 80 minutes,all by East Germany’s women sprinters (see 400m for details of MaritaKoch’s record). Many observers attributed this record to the phenome-nal start of Gladisch, who made up two staggers. The final changeover,between Auerswald and Göhr, went close to the edge of the zone.

It was the eighth successive world sprint relay run to be anchoredby Göhr.

TeamsGDR Silke Gladisch, Sabine Rieger, Ingrid Auerswald, Marlies GöhrURS Antonina Nastoburko, Natalya Bochina, Marina Zhirova, Elvira

BarbashinaEUR Iwona Pakula POL, Ginka Zagorcheva BUL, Ewa Pisiewicz POL, Ewa

Kaspryzk POLAME Angela Phipps CAN, Grace Jackson JAM, Esmie Lawrence CAN, Molly

Killingbeck CANUSA Pam Page, Susan Shurr, Ella Smith, Pam MarshallAFR Grace Armah GHA, Doris Wiredu GHA, Cynthia Quartey GHA, Martha

Appiah GHAASI Zhang Jianmei CHN, Pan Weixin CHN, Tian Yumei CHN, Liu Huajin

CHNOCE Kerry Johnson AUS, Maree Chapman AUS, Jenny Flaherty AUS,

Andrea Wade NZL

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 10)1, GDR 42.212, USSR 42.763, United States 42.834, Americas 43.585, Spain 44.626, Asia (PR of China) 44.91

Africa (Nigeria) DNFEurope (France) DQOceania DQ

The GDR team, drawn in lane 9, were never headed in a race whichonly six of the nine teams finished with points.

TeamsGDR Kerstin Behrendt, Sabine Günther, Silke Möller, Cornelia OschkenatURS Natalya Kovtun, Galina Malchugina, Tatyana Papilina, Natalya VoronovaUSA Sheila Echols, Esther Jones, Dawn Sowell, Wenda VereenAME Odalys Adams CUB, Pauline Davis BAH, Grace Jackson JAM, Liliana

Allen CUB

ESP Sandra Myers, Yolanda Díaz, Cristina Castro, Ana BarrenecheaASI Zhang Caihua CHN, Liu Shaomei CHN, Zhang Xiaoqiong CHN, Ge

Weidong CHNAFR Tina Iheagwam NGR, Mary Onyali NGR, Beatrice Utondu NGR, Rufina

Uba NGREUR Françoise Leroux FRA, Laurence Bily FRA, Odiah Sidibé FRA, Patricia

Girard FRAOCE Susanne Broadrick AUS, Helen Pirovano NZL, Melinda Gainsford AUS,

Kathy Sambell AUS

Havana 1992

(Sep 27)1, Asia (PR of China) 43.632, Europe (France) 44.023, Africa 44.214, Americas 44.525, Unified Team 44.556, Germany 44.637, United States 45.03

Oceania DQ (r170.14)

The biggest surprise of the weekend was supplied by an all-Chineseteam, who won comfortably from the all-French team which represent-ed Europe.

TeamsASI Gao Han CHN, Tian Yumei CHN, Chen Zhaojing CHN, Xiao Yehua

CHNEUR Valérie Jean-Charles FRA, Odiah Sidibé FRA, Odile Singa FRA, Marie-

José Pérec FRAAFR Lalao Ravaoniriana MAD, Rufina Uba NGR, Faith Idehen NGR, Christy

Opara-Thompson NGRAME Liliana Allen CUB, Aliuska López CUB, Myra Mayberry PUR, Norfalia

Carabalí COLEUN Zhanna Tarnopolskaya UKR, Natalya Voronova RUS, Yelena Mizera

RUS, Olga Bogoslovskaya RUSGER Anja Bohme, Jana Schönenberger, Gabriele Roth, Sabine GüntherUSA Kim McKenzie, Kendra Mackey, Wenda Vereen, Dyan WebberOCE Esther Paolo AUS, Michelle Seymour NZL, Melinda Gainsford AUS,

Veronica Lee AUS

London 1994

(Sep 11)1, Africa (Nigeria) 42.922, Germany 43.223, Oceania 43.364, Asia (PR of China) 43.635, United States 43.796, Europe 43.997, Americas 44.268, Great Britain & NI 44.45

Africa won with the same Nigerian team which had won theCommonwealth title two weeks earlier. Germany just got the better offast-starting Oceania for second place.

“We all know each other,” said Africa’s anchor runner MaryOnyali, “That’s what relay running is all about.”

TeamsAFR Faith Idehen NGR, Mary Tombiri NGR, Christy Opara-Thompson NGR,

Mary Onyali NGRGER Andrea Philipp, Silke Lichtenhagen, Silke Knoll, Melanie PaschkeOCE Monique Miers AUS, Cathy Freeman AUS, Melinda Gainsford AUS,

Michelle Seymour NZLASI Chen Yan CHN, Liu Xiaomei CHN, Chen Zhaojing CHN, Huang Xiaoyan

CHNUSA Shantel Twiggs, Wenda Vereen, Flirtisha Harris, Chryste GainesEUR Natalya Anisimova RUS, Marina Trandenkova RUS, Svetla Dimitrova

BUL, Yekaterina Leshchova RUSAME Katia de Jesus BRA, Aliuska López CUB, Cleide Amaral BRA, Liliana

Allen CUBGBR Jacqui Agyepong, Geraldine McLeod, Simmone Jacobs, Paula Thomas

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Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 13)1, United States 42.002, Americas 42.443, Germany 42.814, Africa (Nigeria) 42.915, Russia 43.116, Oceania 43.407, Europe 43.708, Asia 47.12

Europe led the United States 92 to 88 with just this event remaining.Europe had more earlier victories, so the US needed to beat Europe byfive places to claim the Nelson Mandela Trophy. Germany started wellbut messed up their final exchange leaving US Captain Guidry to winby a big margin in 42.00, a 1998 world best. The French/Bulgarianteam for Europe placed only seventh, so after finishing last in London1994, the United States women took the trophy in 1998. The US quar-tette tossed their spikes and bib numbers into the crowd as part of theirvictory celebrations.

TeamsUSA Cheryl Taplin, Chryste Gaines, Inger Miller, Carlette GuidryAME Tanya Lawrence JAM, Chandra Sturrup BAH, Beverly McDonald JAM,

Philomina Mensah CANGER Melanie Paschke, Gabi Rockmeier, Birgit Rockmeier, Andrea PhilippAFR Chioma Ajunwa NGR, Endurance Ojokolo NGR, Rose Aboaja NGR,

Mary Onyali NGRRUS Irina Privalova, Oksana Ekk, Natalya Voronova, Irina KorotyaOCE Tania Van Heer AUS, Lauren Hewitt AUS, Sharon Cripps AUS, Anna

Smythe NZLEUR Katia Benth FRA, Frédérique Bangué FRA, Fabé Dia FRA, Petya

Pendareva BULASI Saraswati Dey IND, Rachita Mistry IND, E. B. Shyla IND, Yan Jiankui

CHN

Madrid 2002

(Sep 20)1, Americas 41.912, Africa 42.993, Europe (France) 43.304, Germany 43.365, Russia 43.696, Asia (PR of China) 43.827, Spain 45.07

Oceania (Australia) DQ (r170.14)United States DQ (r40.8) (42.05)

The Americas (lane 3) got off to a wonderful start through Lawrence,who made up the stagger on the team outside well before the firstexchange. The starry US team (lane 8) also went well and it was hardto tell who was leading as the teams were so far apart. At the finalchangever, the US were in front but then Devers was run down byFerguson. Three Jamaicans preceded the Bahamanian in the winningteam which clocked the world’s fastest time of 2002.

Five years later, the US second place was annulled after MarionJones admitted to years of doping violations starting in 2000 (see reportof the 2002 women’s 100m for details).

TeamsAME Tayna Lawrence JAM, Juliet Campbell JAM, Beverly McDonald JAM,

Debbie Ferguson BAHAFR Chinedu Odozor NGR, Myriam Mani CMR, Makaridja Sanganoko CIV,

Endurance Ojokolo NGREUR Delphine Combe FRA, Muriel Hurtis FRA, Fabé Dia FRA, Odiah Sidibé

FRAGER Melanie Paschke, Gabi Rockmeier, Birgit Rockmeier, Katchi HabelRUS Natalya Ignatova, Larisa Kruglova, Irina Khabarova, Marina KislovaASI Zeng Xiujun CHN, Yan Jiankui CHN, Huang Mei CHN, Qin Wangping

CHNESP Carmen Blay, Arantxa Reinares, Concepción Montaner, Julia Alba

OCE Melanie Kleeberg AUS, Jodi Lambert AUS, Lauren Hewitt AUS, SarahMullan AUS

USA Chryste Gaines, Marion Jones DQ (r40.8), Inger Miller, Gail Devers

Athína 2006

Sep 16)1, Americas 42.262, Russia 42.363, Africa 43.614, Poland 43.915, Oceania (Australia) 44.266, Asia (Thailand) 44.277, Greece 44.298, Europe 47.61

United States DQ (r170.14) (43.04)

Russia led at the final exchange and for some time after, thenGrigoryeva was run down from lane one by an ecstatic Simpson. Thiswas a significant result as it meant the Americas went into the lead afterday one on countback from Russia, both on 65 points.

Europe had been leading the standings but their all-British teamgained only two points from the race. It looked as if both they and theUS had disastrous first changeovers, but the replay revealed that theirsecond leg runners had lined up in the wrong lanes. The teams hadstarted in lanes 3 (USA) and 4 (Europe). Their respective second legrunners were waiting in lanes 4 (Durst) and 3 (Ania). Both teams man-aged to change batons and continue the race in the correct lanes, withthe US placing third in 43.04. However, they were disqualified forexchanging outside the take-over zone. The European team were notdisqualified having been seriously obstructed by the US team whentheir improvised changeover took place.

An appeal was submitted claiming that the second leg runners hadbeen placed in the wrong lanes by officials, but video of the build-upshowed that they had been led out on to the track in the correct order.It was also felt by the jury that a re-run would not be fair given thequality of the performances in the race. The winning time was a 2006world best and Russia’s 42.36 was the quickest by any national teamall year.

TeamsAME Aleen Bailey JAM, Debbie Ferguson McKenzie BAH, Cydonie Mothersill

CAY, Sherone Simpson JAMRUS Yuliya Gushchina, Natalya Rusakova, Irina Khabarova, Yekaterina

GrigoryevaAFR Franca Idoko NGR, Endurance Ojokolo NGR, Esther Dankwah GHA,

Vida Anim GHAPOL Ewelina Klocek, Daria Onysko, Dorota Dydo, Beata MakarukOCE Preya Carey AUS, Sally McLellan AUS, Melanie Kleeberg AUS, Fiona

Cullen AUSASI Sangwan Jaksunin THA, Oranut Klomdee THA, Juthamas

Thavoncharoen THA, Nongnuch Saenrat THAGRE Haríklia Boudá, Zoí Nerantzídou, Elefthería Kobídou, Yeoryía KoklóniEUR Anyika Onuora GBR, Emma Ania GBR, Emily Freeman GBR, Joice

Maduaka GBRUSA Wyllesheia Myrick, Stephanie Durst, MeʼLisa Barber, Torri Edwards

4 x 100 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:7.75Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 77-2, 79-2, 81-1, 85-15.5 Ingrid Brestrich/Auerswald GDR 77-2, 79-2, 85-15 Sabine Günther GDR, GER 85-1, 89-1, 92-6

Endurance Ojokolo AFR/NGR 98-4, 2002-2, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:4 Oelsner/Göhr3 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-dnf, 79-4, 81-2

Brestrich/AuerswaldLeleith Hodges AME/JAM 77-4, 79-5, 81-4GüntherLiliana Allen AME/CUB 89-4, 92-4, 94-7Melinda Gainsford OCE/AUS 89-dq, 92-dq, 94-3Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-dnf, 94-1, 98-4

4 x 100 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:7.75Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 77-2, 79-2, 81-1, 85-15.5 Ingrid Brestrich/Auerswald GDR 77-2, 79-2, 85-15 Sabine Günther GDR, GER 85-1, 89-1, 92-6

Endurance Ojokolo AFR/NGR 98-4, 2002-2, 2006-3

Three or more appearances:4 Oelsner/Göhr3 Evelyn Ashford USA 77-dnf, 79-4, 81-2

Brestrich/AuerswaldLeleith Hodges AME/JAM 77-4, 79-5, 81-4GüntherLiliana Allen AME/CUB 89-4, 92-4, 94-7Melinda Gainsford OCE/AUS 89-dq, 92-dq, 94-3Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-dnf, 94-1, 98-4

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4 x 400 Metres Relay Düsseldorf

(Sep 2)1, GDR 3:24.042, Europe 3:25.83, USSR 3:27.04, Oceania (Australia) 3:30.55, Americas 3:31.06, United States 3:33.07, Africa 3:36.38, Asia 3:53.8

The race was settled well before the anchor leg, which the world recordholder Szewinska (for Europe) started 15m behind Koch.

Teams & splits where knownGDR Bettina Popp, Barbara Krug, Christina Brehmer, Marita KochEUR Rita Bottiglieri ITA, Donna Hartley GBR 51.1, Dagmar Furhmann FRG,

Irena Szewinska POL 49.8URS Lyudmila Aksyonova, Natalya Sokolova, Tatyana Prorochenko, Marina

SidorovaOCE Marian Fisher AUS, Verna Burnard AUS, Bethanie Nail AUS, Christine

Dale AUSAME Joyce Yakubowich CAN, Jackie Pusey JAM, Helen Blake JAM, Aurelia

Pentón CUBUSA Sharon Dabney, Pam Jiles, Kim Thomas, Rosalyn BryantAFR Ruth Kyalisima UGA, Marième Boye SEN, Tekla Chemabwai KEN, Ruth

Waithera KENASI Lai Lee-Chiao TPE, Keiko Nagasawa JPN, Carolina Rieuwpassa INA,

Than Than MYA

Montréal 1979

(Aug 24)1, GDR 3:20.372, USSR 3:23.043, United States 3:27.364, Europe 3:27.395, Americas 3:28.506, Oceania 3:35.607, Africa 3:36.248, Asia 3:48.75

Two hours after her 200m defeat by Ashford, Koch matched her ownworld best split time of 48.3 to enable the GDR to win by 20m. Thewinning time was the third quickest ever. In terms of depth, this wasone of the best events in Montréal with the good time of 3:28.50 suf-ficing only for fifth spot.

Teams & splits where knownGDR Gabriele Kotte 51.3, Christina Brehmer 49.8, Brigitte Köhn 51.1, Marita

Koch 48.2URS Irina Bagryantseva 52.2, Tatyana Prorochenko 51.3, Nina Zyuskova

50.0, Maria Kulchunova 49.6USA Sharon Dabney 52.6, Rosalyn Bryant 51.7, Patricia Jackson 52.2, Sherri

Howard 51.0EUR Karoline Käfer AUT 53.0, Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 52.7, Elke Decker

FRG 51.9, Irena Szewinska POL 49.8AME Aurelia Pentón CUB, Jackie Pusey JAM, Marita Payne CAN, June

Griffith GUY 50.7OCE Marian OʼShaughnessy AUS, Terri-Anne Wangman AUS, Lynnette

Young AUS, Kim Robertson NZLAFR Grace Bakari GHA, Marieme Boye SEN, Mary Chemweno KEN, Ruth

Waithera KENASI Rita Sen IND, Yumiko Aoi JPN, Saik Oik Cum MAS, Chen Juying CHN

Rome 1981

(Sep 4)1, GDR 3:20.622, Europe 3:23.033, Americas 3:26.424, USSR 3:26.925, United States 3:30.726, Italy 3:36.507, Oceania (Australia) 3:37.278, Asia 3:47.649, Africa 3:49.13

A 49-second third leg by Wöckel guaranteed another victory for theGDR and meant that Kratochvílová (48.3) had no chance of catchingKoch (48.7) on the anchor stage.

Teams & splits where knownGDR Dagmar Rübsam 52.4, Martina Steuk 50.6, Bärbel Wöckel 49.0, Marita

Koch 48.7EUR Michelle Scutt GBR 52.9, Verona Elder GBR 51.1, Joslyn Hoyte-Smith

GBR 50.8, Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 48.3AME Charmaine Crooks CAN 52.5, Jackie Pusey JAM 51.7, Marita Payne

CAN 51.6, June Griffith GUY 50.7URS Nadyezhda Lyalina 53.2, Irina Baskakova 51.6, Tatyana Litvinova 51.4,

Irina Nazarova 50.8USA Delisa Walton 54.0, Lorna Forde 53.1, Arlise Emerson 52.2, Denean

Howard 51.5ITA Patrizia Lombardo, Morena Pistrino, Giuseppina Cirulli, Erika RossiOCE Leanne Evans AUS, Lynette Foreman AUS, Gail Millar AUS, Marian

OʼShaughnessy AUSASI Lydia de Vega PHI, Junko Yoshida JPN, Gao Yanqing CHN, Saik Oik

Cum MASAFR Marième Boye SEN, Céléstine NʼDrin CIV, Regine Dramiga UGA, Ruth

Atuki KEN

Canberra 1985

(Oct 4)1, GDR 3:19.492, USSR 3:20.603, Europe 3:28.474, Americas 3:29.345, United States 3:30.996, Oceania 3:35.937, Africa 3:36.868, Asia (India) 3:37.59

The USSR handed the GDR a rare defeat in the 1985 European Cup,but they were 10m behind at halfway in Canberra.

Pinigina (née Kulchunova) closed the gap on the third leg, and abetter changeover by the Soviets allowed Vladykina to cut in front ofKoch at the start of the final leg. The Soviet stayed ahead for 300m,before Koch sped away to win by 8m. The East German thus achievedthe unique feat of scoring four consecuctive World Cup victories at thisevent.

Teams & splits where knownGDR Kirsten Emmelmann 51.6, Sabine Busch 50.2, Dagmar Neubauer 49.8,

Marita Koch 47.9

4x400 Metres Relay, continuedThree or more appearances:

Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-dnf, 94-1, 98-4Natalya Voronova URS, EUN, RUS 89-2, 92-5, 98-5Odiah Sidibé EUR/FRA 89-dq, 92-2, 2002-3Wenda Vereen USA 89-3, 92-7, 94-5Chryste Gaines USA 94-5, 98-1, 2002-dqMelanie Paschke GER 94-2, 98-3, 2002-4Ojokolo

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 1 - 5 1 - 1 - - 58AFR 1 1 2 1 - 2 2 - - 45EUR 2 1 2 - - 1 1 1 - 44GDR 3 2 - - - - - - - 40USA 1 1 1 1 2 - 1 - - 38URS - 2 3 - - - - - - 34ASI 1 - - 1 - 3 2 3 - 33OCE - - 1 - 3 2 - - - 26GER - 1 1 1 - 1 - - - 22RUS - 1 - - 2 - - - - 17ESP - - - - 1 - 1 - - 8POL - - - 1 - - - - - 6EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3GBR - - - - - - - 1 - 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 5 0 383

4x400 Metres Relay, continuedThree or more appearances:

Mary Onyali AFR/NGR 89-dnf, 94-1, 98-4Natalya Voronova URS, EUN, RUS 89-2, 92-5, 98-5Odiah Sidibé EUR/FRA 89-dq, 92-2, 2002-3Wenda Vereen USA 89-3, 92-7, 94-5Chryste Gaines USA 94-5, 98-1, 2002-dqMelanie Paschke GER 94-2, 98-3, 2002-4Ojokolo

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 2 1 - 5 1 - 1 - - 58AFR 1 1 2 1 - 2 2 - - 45EUR 2 1 2 - - 1 1 1 - 44GDR 3 2 - - - - - - - 40USA 1 1 1 1 2 - 1 - - 38URS - 2 3 - - - - - - 34ASI 1 - - 1 - 3 2 3 - 33OCE - - 1 - 3 2 - - - 26GER - 1 1 1 - 1 - - - 22RUS - 1 - - 2 - - - - 17ESP - - - - 1 - 1 - - 8POL - - - 1 - - - - - 6EUN - - - - 1 - - - - 4ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3GBR - - - - - - - 1 - 1Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 5 0 383

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URS Tatyana Alekseyeva 53.1, Irina Nazarova 49.9, Mariya Pinigina 48.7,Olga Vladykina 49.0

EUR Rositsa Stamenova BUL, Erica Rossi ITA, Alena Bulirová TCH, JarmilaKratochvílová TCH

AME Norfalia Carabalí COL, Jocelyn Joseph ANT, Molly Killingbeck CAN,Ana Quirot CUB

USA Susan Shurr, Judi Brown King, Roberta Belle, Lillie LeatherwoodOCE Sharon Stewart AUS, Andrea Wade NZL, Maree Chapman AUS, Debbie

Flintoff-King AUSAFR Nawal El Moutawakel MAR, Airat Bakare NGR, Kehinde Vaughan NGR,

Doris Wiredu GHAASI Vandana Rao IND, Emma Tahapary INA, Shiny Abraham IND, P. T.

Usha IND

Barcelona 1989

(Sep 8)1, Americas 3:23.052, GDR 3:23.973, USSR 3:26.154, United States 3:27.295, Africa 3:29.766, Oceania (Australia) 3:33.727, Asia 3:34.548, Spain 3:36.50

Europe DQ

The GDR were beaten for the first time when Quirot (49.3) outranBreuer on the final leg. The European squad were disqualified on theirsecond exchange.

Teams & splits where knownAME Charmaine Crooks CAN 51.8, Pauline Davis BAH 51.0, Grace Jackson

JAM 51.0, Ana Quirot CUB 49.3GDR Annette Hesselbarth 51.9, Katrin Schreiter 51.0, Christine Wachtel 50.9,

Grit Breuer 50.2URS Lyudmila Dzhigalova, Yelena Golesheva, Marina Shmonina, Yelena

RuzinaUSA Celena Mondie 52.0, Rochelle Stevens 50.6, Jearl Miles 52.3, Terri

Dendy 52.4AFR Falilat Ogunkoya NGR, Aissatou Tandian SEN, Fatima Yusuf NGR,

Airat Bakare NGROCE Maree Holland AUS, Kerrie Baumgartner AUS, Kathy Sambell AUS,

Tania Van Heer AUSASI Chen Dongmei CHN, Shiny Abraham IND, Sun Sumei CHN, Josephine

Singarayar MASESP Mayte Zúñiga, Julia Merino, Gregoria Ferrer, Alicia EcheniqueEUR Marie-José Pérec FRA, Anita Protti SUI, Judit Forgács HUN, Linda

Keough GBR

Havana 1992

(Sep 25)1, Americas 3:29.732, Unified Team 3:30.433, Africa 3:31.904, United States 3:33.435, Germany 3:34.336, Oceania (Australia) 3:34.487, Europe 3:36.488, Asia 3:41.94

The Americas women, anchored by Olympic bronze medallistRestrepo, kept their title from the Unified Team and Africa.

Teams & splits where knownAME Rosey Edeh CAN, Charmaine Crooks CAN, Norfalia Carabalí COL,

Ximena Restrepo COLEUN Marina Shmonina RUS, Lyudmila Dzhigalova UKR, Margarita

Ponomaryova RUS , Yelena Ruzina RUSAFR Tina Paulino MOZ, Omolade Akinremi NGR, Maria Mutola MOZ,

Omotayo Akinremi NGRUSA Terri Dendy 55.8, Kendra Mackey 51.9, Ann Graham 55.5, Jearl Miles

50.2GER Helga Arendt, Anja Rücker, Anja Böhme, Linda KisabakaOCE Kylie Hanigan AUS, Maree Holland AUS, Lee Naylor AUS, Tania Van

Heer AUSEUR Elsa Devassoigne FRA, Ester Goosens NED, Kathrin Luthi SUI, Monica

Westén SWE

ASI Kutty Saramma IND, Ma Yuqin CHN, Cao Chunying CHN, Shiny WilsonIND

London 1994

(Sep 9)1, Great Britain & NI 3:27.362, Germany 3:27.593, Americas 3:27.914, Europe (France) 3:29.075, United States 3:30.996, Oceania (Australia) 3:31.637, Asia 3:40.89

Africa DQ (r170.14)

A thrilling race which gave the rainsoaked home crowd much to cheer.Britain led for the first two stages before Germany and the Americassurged ahead at the last changeover. Sally Gunnell was content to fol-low Anja Rücker and Julia Duporty, and was not ruffled when theCuban accelerated on the final bend. With 100m to go, Duporty was3m ahead of Rücker, with Gunnell a further 3m in arrears. The Cubanfaded and Rücker took over, only to be passed in turn by Gunnell whotherefore scored her second World Cup win in the space of 105 min-utes.

Teams & splitsGBR Phylis Smith 51.4, Linda Keough 52.3, Melanie Neef 52.88, Sally

Gunnell 50.85GER Karin Janke 53.3, Uta Röhlander 51.2, Heike Meissner 51.28, Anja

Rücker 51.89AME Nancy McLeón CUB 53.53, Sandie Richards JAM 50.91, Idalmis Bonne

CUB 52.20, Julia Duporty CUB 51.27EUR Francine Landre FRA 53.2, Viviane Dorsile FRA 52.8, Evelyne Elien

FRA 52.79, Marie-José Pérec FRA 50.29USA Rochelle Stevens 53.6, Flirtisha Harris 52.7, Kim Graham 53.58,

Michelle Collins 51.10OCE Lee Naylor AUS 53.2, Melanie Collins AUS 53.9, Kylie Hanigan AUS

53.06, Cathy Freeman AUS 51.51ASI Kutty Saramma IND 55.5, Shiny Wilson IND 52.5, Jayamani Illeperuma

SRI 57.11, Lu Xifang CHN 55.84AFR Omolade Akinremi NGR 53.9, Nezha Bidouane MAR 53.4, Olabisi

Afolabi NGR 52.02, Fatima Yusuf NGR 51.04

Johannesburg 1998

(Sep 11)1, Germany 3:24.262, Americas 3:24.393, Russia 3:25.154, United States 3:25.345, Europe 3:26.346, Oceania 3:31.677, Africa 3:35.288, Asia 3:43.60

This was one of the best races of the Johannesburg World Cup. TheUnited States (Hennegan 51.7) led at the first exchange from theAmericas. Röhlander (50.8) put Germany ahead by 800m, thenBlackett of Barbados (50.56) took the lead for the Americas.

The 1997 world silver medallist Richards stayed in front for all butthe last 10m of the race, but she was up against European ChampionBreuer, a renowned relay runner. The German came through to winwith a split of 49.26 compared with Richards’s 49.81.

Teams & split times (calculated times for 1st leg)GER Anke Feller 53.02, Uta Rohländer 50.78, Ulrike Urbansky 51.20, Grit

Breuer 49.26AME Norfalia Carabali COL 52.10, Deon Hemmings JAM 51.92, Andrea

Blackett BAR 50.56, Sandie Richards JAM 49.81RUS Natalya Khrushchelyova 53.59, Svetlana Goncharenko 50.84,

Yekaterina Bakhvalova 50.58, Olga Kotlyarova 50.14USA Monique Hennagan 51.76, Rochelle Stevens 53.03, Kim Graham 50.72,

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EUR Ionela Tîrlea ROU 52.11, Yelena Rurak UKR 52.65, TatyanaTereshchuk UKR 51.74, Helena Fuchsová CZE 49.84

OCE Lee Naylor AUS 52.85, Anna Smythe NZL 54.45 Tamsyn Lewis AUS53.27, Tania Van Heer AUS 51.10

AFR Ony Paule Ratsimbazafy MAD 53.62, Amy Mbacke Thiam SEN 52.94,Tacko Diouf SEN 54.02, Falilat Ogunkoya NGR 54.70

ASI Li Rui CHN 56.86, Chen Yuxiang CHN 55.40, Svetlana Bodritskaya KAZ56.45, Damayanthi Darsha SRI 54.89

Madrid 2002(Sep 21)1, Americas 3:23.532, Russia 3:26.593, Africa 3:26.844, Europe 3:29.215, Germany 3:31.096, Oceania (Australia) 3:31.327, Spain 3:36.508, Asia 3:37.18

United States DQ (r40.8) (3:24.67)

Collins (lane 9) ran a surprisingly quick 50.0 opener to put the UnitedStates into a clear lead, but this was closed by the Americas thanks to50-point splits by Pernía and Amertil. Olympic relay gold medallistHennagan was level with individual winner Ana Guevara and the startof the anchor stage. The Mexican sped away to victory and a 49.69split.

The important confrontation in this race was that between Russiaand Europe, who were top of the pre-race team rankings respectivelywith 119 points/four wins and 118 points/one win. Europe thereforeneeded to finish two places ahead of their rivals to clinch the cup, butcould place only fifth on the night to Russia’s third.

Three years later, the USA’s second place was annulled whenMichelle Collins was charged with a doping violation. As a result, theUS team dropped from fourth to fifth in the final team standings.

Teams & splits where known (e = estimate)AME Sandie Richards JAM 51.8, Daimí Pernía CUB 51.4, Christine Amertil

BAH 50.66, Ana Guevara MEX 49.69RUS Natalya Antyukh 52.2, Yuliya Pechonkina 51.0, Natalya Nazarova 52.01,

Olesya Zykina 51.38AFR Mireille Nguimgo CMR 52.2e, Hortense Béwouda CMR 52.0e, Maria

Mutola MOZ 51.86, Kaltouma Nadjina CHA 50.84EUR Grazyna Prokopek POL 52.5e, Antonina Yefremova UKR 52.9e,

Svetlana Usovich BLR 52.68, Lee McConnell GBR 51.18GER Florence Ekpo-Umoh 51.8e, Nancy Kette 53.1e, Birgit Rockmeier 53.94,

Claudia Marx 52.22OCE Rosemary Hayward AUS 52.8e, Jana Pittman AUS 51.6e, Katerina

Dressler AUS 54.57, Tamsyn Lewis AUS 52.34ESP Julia Alba 53.8e, Maite Martínez 54.3e, Miriám Bravo 54.27, Maria Paz

Maqueda 54.11ASI Tatyana Roslanova KAZ 53.88, Zamira Amirova UZB 54.12, Nguyen Thi

Tinh VIE 55.52, Makiko Yoshida JPN 53.66USA Michelle Collins DQ (r40.8) (50.0), Crystal Cox 53.0, Suziann Reid

50.87, Monique Hennagan 50.78

Athína 2006(Sep 17)1, Americas 3:19.842, United States 3:20.693, Russia 3:21.214, Europe 3:22.355, Poland 3:27.226, Africa 3:27.657, Greece 3:35.798, Oceania (Australia) 3:36.369, Asia 3:38.85

Sanya Richards did not quite emulate Marita Koch’s triple win from1985 because she opted out of the relay. She was needed by her teamas the Bahamas-Jamaica combination for the Americas produced atime which also harked back to the GDR era.

The US led slightly after the first leg from the Americas, thenOlympic Champion Darling put her team in front, a position held byAmertil who opened up a significant gap over Robinson while Russiaclosed in. Demus, substituting for Richards, ran a wonderful anchor in49.38 to get within striking distance of Williams, but the Jamaican heldfirm to complete the world’s first sub-3:20 in two years.

Teams & splits (e = estimate)AME Shericka Williams JAM 50.5e, Tonique Darling BAH 49.6e, Christine

Amertil BAH 50.03, Novlene Williams JAM 49.68USA Deedee Trotter 50.3e, Monique Henderson 49.9e, Moushaumi Robinson

51.07, Lashinda Demus 49.38RUS Svetlana Pospelova 51.1e, Olga Kotlyarova 50.6e, Yuliya Pechonkina

49.82, Tatyana Veshkurova 49.69EUR Mariyana Dimitrova BUL 52.0e, Natalya Pygyda UKR 50.4e, Ilona

Usovich BLR 50.53, Vanya Stambolova BUL 49.41POL Grazyna Prokopek 52.72, Monika Bejnar 50.95, Aneta Lemiesz 51.42,

Anna Jesien 52.13AFR Amy Mbacké Thiam SEN 51.9e, Louise Ayétotché CIV 51.1e, Amantle

Montsho BOT 52.93, Christy Ekpukhon NGR 51.76GRE Hristína Hantzí-Neag 54.5, Stilianí Dimóglou 54.0, Aléna-María Pádi

54.80, Dímitra Dóva 52.45OCE Rosemary Hayward AUS 54.3e, Caitlin Willis AUS 54.1e, Angie

Blackburn AUS 54.14, Rebecca Irwin AUS 53.80ASI Asami Tanno JPN 53.8e, Chitra K. Soman IND 54.2e, Satti Geetha IND

56.15, Manjeet Kaur IND 54.71

4 x 400 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:8.5 Marita Koch GDR 77-1, 79-1, 81-1, 85-16 Charmaine Crooks AME/CAN 81-3, 89-1, 92-15.5 Sandie Richards AME/JAM 94-3, 98-2, 2002-1

Three or more appearances:4 Koch

Shiny Abraham/Wilson ASI/IND 85-8, 89-7, 92-8, 94-73 Marième Boye AFR/SEN 77-7, 79-7, 81-9

Jackie Pusey AME/JAM 77-5, 79-5, 81-3Marian Fisher-OʼShaugnessyOCE/AUS 77-4, 79-6, 81-7Irina Bagryantseva URS 79-2, 81-4, 85-2Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR/TCH 79-4, 81-2, 85-3CrooksNorfalia Carabalí AME/COL 85-4, 92-1, 98-2Maree Chapman/Holland OCE/AUS 85-6, 89-6, 92-6Jearl Miles USA 89-4, 92-4, 98-4Rochelle Stevens USA 89-4, 94-5, 98-4Tania van Heer OCE/AUS 89-6, 92-6, 98-6Lee Naylor OCE/AUS 92-6, 94-6, 98-6Richards

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 1 2 1 2 - - - - 68EUR - 2 1 4 1 - 1 - - 49USA - 1 1 3 3 1 - - - 46GDR 4 1 - - - - - - - 42URS - 2 2 1 - - - - - 33OCE - - - 1 - 7 1 1 - 33AFR - - 2 - 1 1 4 - 1 31GER 1 1 - - 2 - - - - 24RUS - 1 2 - - - - - - 21ASI - - - - - - 2 7 1 15GBR 1 - - - - - - - - 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 2 394

4 x 400 METRES RELAY

Leading point scorers:8.5 Marita Koch GDR 77-1, 79-1, 81-1, 85-16 Charmaine Crooks AME/CAN 81-3, 89-1, 92-15.5 Sandie Richards AME/JAM 94-3, 98-2, 2002-1

Three or more appearances:4 Koch

Shiny Abraham/Wilson ASI/IND 85-8, 89-7, 92-8, 94-73 Marième Boye AFR/SEN 77-7, 79-7, 81-9

Jackie Pusey AME/JAM 77-5, 79-5, 81-3Marian Fisher-OʼShaugnessyOCE/AUS 77-4, 79-6, 81-7Irina Bagryantseva URS 79-2, 81-4, 85-2Jarmila Kratochvílová EUR/TCH 79-4, 81-2, 85-3CrooksNorfalia Carabalí AME/COL 85-4, 92-1, 98-2Maree Chapman/Holland OCE/AUS 85-6, 89-6, 92-6Jearl Miles USA 89-4, 92-4, 98-4Rochelle Stevens USA 89-4, 94-5, 98-4Tania van Heer OCE/AUS 89-6, 92-6, 98-6Lee Naylor OCE/AUS 92-6, 94-6, 98-6Richards

Team placings & actual points scored:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Points

AME 4 1 2 1 2 - - - - 68EUR - 2 1 4 1 - 1 - - 49USA - 1 1 3 3 1 - - - 46GDR 4 1 - - - - - - - 42URS - 2 2 1 - - - - - 33OCE - - - 1 - 7 1 1 - 33AFR - - 2 - 1 1 4 - 1 31GER 1 1 - - 2 - - - - 24RUS - 1 2 - - - - - - 21ASI - - - - - - 2 7 1 15GBR 1 - - - - - - - - 8EUN - 1 - - - - - - - 7POL - - - - 1 - - - - 5ESP - - - - - - 1 1 - 5ITA - - - - - 1 - - - 4GRE - - - - - - 1 - - 3Totals 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 2 394

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In past IAAF World Cup years, the first two teams in the European Cup Final have been invited to compete at the World Cup.These are shown in bold below. In 2002 Great Britain originally placed first with 111 points and therefore qualified for that yearʼsWorld Cup. In 2005, British athlete Dwain Chambers confessed to a doping violation at the time of the 2002 European Cup, so hisresults there (wins at 100m and 4x100m relay) were annulled, giving Britain a rightful score of 95 points for fourth place.From 2009 The European Cup was replaced by the European Team Championships involving 12 teams with races in lanes stagedin two sections (“a” and “b” as shown below, with the best seeded participants in the “a” race).

VENUES(European Cup) 1965: Stuttgart (men) & Kassel (women); 1967: Kiev; 1970 Budapest (men) & Stockholm (women); 1973:Edinburgh; 1975: Nice; 1977: Helsinki; 1979: Turin; 1981: Zagreb; 1983: London; 1985: Moscow; 1987: Prague; 1989: Gateshead;1991 Frankfurt; 1993: Roma; 1994: Birmingham; 1995: Villeneuve dʼAscq; 1996: Madrid; 1997: Munich; 1998: St. Petersburg;1999: Paris; 2000: Gateshead; 2001: Bremen; 2002: Annecy; 2003: Florence; 2004: Bydgoszcz ; 2005: Florence; 2006: Málaga;2007: Munich; 2008: Annecy; (European Team Championships) 2009: Leiria; 2010: Bergen; 2011: Stockholm

PAST TEAM RESULTSEUROPEAN CUPMEN 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th1965 URS 86 FRG 85 POL 69 GDR 69 FRA 60 GBR 48 - - -1967 URS 81 GDR 80 FRG 80 POL 68 FRA 57 HUN 53 - - -1970 GDR 102 URS 92.5 FRG 91 POL 82 FRA 77.5 SWE 68 ITA 47 - -1973 URS 82.5 GDR 78.5 FRG 76 GBR 71.5 FIN 64.5 FRA 45 - - -1975 GDR 112 URS 109 POL 101 GBR 83 FRG 83 FIN 83 FRA 80 ITA 68 -1977 GDR 125 FRG 112 URS 100 GBR 95 POL 93 FRA 70 FIN 66 ITA 54 -1979 GDR 125 URS 114 FRG 110 POL 90 GBR 82 ITA 79 FRA 70.5 YUG 49.5 -1981 GDR 128 URS 124.5 GBR 106.5 FRG 97.5 ITA 75 POL 74 FRA 71 YUG 41 -1983 GDR 117 URS 106 FRG 102 GBR 94.5 POL 86.5 ITA 80.5 FRA 70 HUN 60.5 -1985 URS 125 GDR 113 FRG 91 GBR 89 POL 85 TCH 79 ITA 71 FRA 67 -1987 URS 117 GDR 114.5 GBR 99 FRG 88 ITA 87 TCH 73 ESP 72 POL 58.5 -1989 GBR 115 GDR 103 URS 101 ITA 95 FRA 95 FRG 91 TCH 63 ESP 54 -1991 URS 114 GBR 111.5 GER 108 ITA 107 FRA 98.5 TCH 66.5 HUN 63 BUL 49.5 -1993 RUS 128 GBR 124 FRA 123 GER 119 ITA 112 UKR 97 ESP 76 POL 65 CZE 541994 GER 121 GBR 106.5 RUS 101 UKR 87 ITA 84 SWE 81.5 FRA 80 ROU 56 -1995 GER 118 GBR 107 RUS 105 ITA 96.5 UKR 82 SWE 78.5 ESP 67 POL 66 -1996 GER 142 GBR 125 ITA 110 ESP 106 RUS 103 FRA 93.5 UKR 84 SWE 75.5 FIN 531997 GBR 118 GER 105 RUS 104 ITA 96 ESP 78 FRA 75 NOR 72.5 GRE 71.5 -1998 GBR 111 GER 108.5 RUS 102 ITA 101 FRA 89.5 CZE 87 ESP 67.5 FIN 52.5 -1999 GER 122 ITA 98.5 GBR 97 RUS 95 FRA 81.5 GRE 80 POL 79 CZE 62 -2000 GBR 101.5 GER 101 FRA 97 ITA 96.5 RUS 88.5 GRE 88.5 SWE 75 HUN 62 -2001 POL 107 RUS 97 ITA 94 GER 93 GBR 91 FRA 87 ESP 77 GRE 67 -2002 GER 109 FRA 107 RUS 96 GBR 95 ITA 91.5 POL 87 UKR 64.5 FIN 61 -2003 FRA 109 GER 100.5 GBR 96 RUS 92 ITA 84 POL 83 ESP 80 GRE 74.5 -2004 GER 107.5 FRA 105 POL 104 GBR 102.5 RUS 99 ITA 72 SWE 67 NED 62 -2005 GER 113 FRA 104 ITA 98 POL 94.5 RUS 88 ESP 86.5 GBR 70 CZE 63 -2006 FRA 118 RUS 116 GBR 109 POL 107 UKR 103 ESP 99.5 ITA 93 GER 86.5 FIN 652007 GER 116 FRA 112 POL 110 GBR 102 RUS 93 GRE 70 UKR 59.5 BEL 54.5 -2008 GBR 112 POL 98 FRA 96 GER 95 RUS 84 ITA 82 ESP 81 GRE 68 -

WOMEN 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th1965 URS 56 GDR 42 POL 38 FRG 37 HUN 32 NED 26 - - -1967 URS 51 GDR 43 FRG 36 POL 35 GBR 33 HUN 33 - - -1970 GDR 70 FRG 63 URS 43 POL 33 GBR 32 HUN 32 - - -1973 GDR 97 URS 52 BUL 50 FRG 36 GBR 36 ROU 27 - - -1975 GDR 97 URS 77 FRG 64 POL 57 ROU 52 BUL 47 GBR 39 FRA 35 -1977 GDR 106 URS 94 FRG 68 GBR 68 POL 58 ROU 52 BUL 53 FIN 36 -1979 GDR 102 URS 100 BUL 76 GBR 62 ROU 58 FRG 58 POL 55 ITA 29 -1981 GDR 108.5 URS 97 FRG 74 GBR 74 BUL 72 POL 53.5 HUN 41 YUG 20 -1983 GDR 107 URS 85 TCH 77 GBR 77 FRG 58 BUL 58 POL 43 HUN 34 -1985 URS 118 GDR 111 GBR 67 BUL 65 TCH 62 POL 60 FRG 57 ITA 35 -1987 GDR 119 URS 92 BUL 86 FRG 77 GBR 59.5 TCH 51.5 POL 45 FRA 45 -1989 GDR 120 URS 95 GBR 84 FRG 79 ROU 72 POL 56 BUL 43 TCH 26 -1991 GER 110 URS 105 GBR 82 ROU 71 FRA 62 POL 55 BUL 46 HUN 441993 RUS 141 ROU 102 UKR 97.5 GER 96 GBR 96 FRA 75 POL 62 ITA 55.5 FIN 441994 GER 98 GBR 97 RUS 95 UKR 86 BLR 64 FRA 60 ROU 60 ESP 50 -1995 RUS 117 GER 100 GBR 85 FRA 75 UKR 75 BLR 71 ITA 52 POL 37 -1996 GER 115 RUS 97 BLR 79 UKR 78 FRA 75 GBR 73 ESP 49 BUL 46 -1997 RUS 127 GER 112 GBR 86 ITA 77 FRA 77 UKR 76 ROU 72 BLR 55 -1998 RUS 116 GER 105 FRA 89 CZE 82 GBR 75 ITA 73 UKR 62 SLO 44 -

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1999 RUS 127 ROU 99 FRA 97 GER 93.5 ITA 71 GBR 68.5 POL 65 CZE 62 -2000 RUS 124 GER 111 FRA 87 ITA 79 GBR 78 ROU 72 UKR 71 GRE 56 -2001 RUS 126.5 GER 117 FRA 86 GBR 82 ROU 78 ITA 72.5 BLR 70 CZE 47 -2002 RUS 122.5 GER 103 FRA 89 ROU 88 GBR 84.5 POL 75.5 UKR 72.5 ITA 72 -2003 RUS 130 GER 103 FRA 102 GBR 83 ESP 82 GRE 78.5 ROU 77.5 ITA 62 -2004 RUS 142 UKR 97 FRA 92.5 GER 92 POL 86.5 GRE 79 ESP 66 GBR 63 -2005 RUS 131.5 POL 94 GER 93 FRA 90.5 UKR 86 ROU 85 ITA 77 GRE 62 -2006 RUS 155 POL 111.5 UKR 99 FRA 98 GER 93 ESP 90 GBR 85 SWE 81 ROU 76.52007 RUS 127 FRA 107 GER 94.5 POL 89 UKR 81 BLR 80 GRE 75 ESP 64.5 -2008 RUS 124 UKR 110.5 GBR 90 POL 87 ITA 81.5 GER 76 FRA 76 BLR 69 -

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2009 GER 326.5 RUS 320 GBR 303 FRA 301 POL 289 ITA 278 UKR 265.5 ESP 257 GRE 216.5 CZE 213.5 POR 200 SWE1382010 RUS 379.5 GBR 317 GER 304.5 FRA 290 UKR 287 POL 284 ITA 283.5 BLR 235 ESP 218 GRE 187.5 NOR 175 FIN 150

PAST INDIVIDUAL RESULTSMEN100 Metres1965 Marian Dudziak POL 10.3 Manfred Knickenberg FRG 10.4 Heinz Erbstösser GDR 10.5 -1.11967 Vladislav Sapeya URS 10.3 Harmut Wilke FRG 10.4 Harald Eggers GDR 10.5 1.31970 Zenon Nowosz POL 10.4 Siegfried Schenke GDR 10.5 Gerhard Wucherer FRG 10.5 1.01973 Siegfried Schenke GDR 10.26 Aleksandr KornelyukURS 10.34 Jobst Hirscht FRG 10.47 1.51975 Valeriy Borzov URS 10.40 Pietro Mennea ITA 10.40 Alexander Thieme GDR 10.53 -0.71977 Eugen Ray GDR 10.12 Pietro Mennea ITA 10.29 Valeriy Borzov URS 10.33 0.01979 Pietro Mennea ITA 10.15 Marian Woronin POL 10.16 Allan Wells GBR 10.19 1.31981 Allan Wells GBR 10.17 Frank Emmelmann GDR 10.21 Hermann Panzo FRA 10.29 -0.91983 Frank Emmelmann GDR 10.58 Allan Wells GBR 10.59 Antoine Richard FRA 10.65 -1.51985 Marian Woronin POL 10.14 Vladimir Muravyov URS 10.22 Frank Emmelmann GDR 10.33 0.61987 Linford Christie GBR 10.23 Steffen Bringmann GDR 10.36 Pierfrancesco Pavoni ITA 10.38 -1.01989 Linford Christie GBR 10.33 Daniel Sangouma FRA 10.39 Vladimir Krylov URS 10.43 -1.81991 Linford Christie GBR 10.18 Daniel Sangouma FRA 10.20 Steffen Bringmann GER 10.42 0.51993 Linford Christie GBR 10.22 Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy RUS 10.28 Daniel Sangouma FRA 10.42 1.31994 Linford Christie GBR 10.21 Marc Blume GER 10.37 Pavel Galkin RUS 10.42 0.91995 Linford Christie GBR 10.05 Andrey Grigoryev RUS 10.27 Matias Ghansah SWE 10.32 2.0

Ezio Madonia ITA 10.321996 Linford Christie GBR 10.04 Marc Blume GER 10.25 Vladislav DologodinUKR 10.26 0.81997 Linford Christie GBR 10.04 Geir Moen NOR 10.18 Andrey Fedoriv RUS 10.19 0.21998 Stéphane Cali FRA 10.32 Aleksandr Porkhomovskiy RUS 10.40 Colin Jackson GBR 10.41 -0.41999 Dwain Chambers GBR 10.21 Stefano Tilli ITA 10.32 Piotr Balcerzak POL 10.35 -0.82000 Darren Campbell GBR 10.09w Roland Németh HUN 10.19 Andrea Colombo ITA 10.23 2.32001 Mark Lewis-Francis GBR 10.13 Kostás Kentéris GRE 10.15 Frédéric Krantz FRA 10.27 1.42002 Aimé-Issa Nthépé FRA 10.27 Konstantin Rurak UKR 10.31 Francesco Scuderi ITA 10.35 0.22003 Mark Lewis-Francis GBR 10.22 Aimé-Issa Nthépé FRA 10.36 Aristotelis Gavelas GRE 10.44 -1.02004 Lukasz Chyla POL 10.42 Ronald Pognon FRA 10.43 Ronny Ostwald GER 10.49 -3.22005 Ronald Pognon FRA 10.06w Mark Lewis-Francis GBR 10.10 Simone Collio ITA 10.15 2.12006 Ronald Pognon FRA 10.13w Dwain Chambers GBR 10.19 Andrey Yepishin RUS 10.19 2.62007 Craig Pickering GBR 10.15 Martial Mbandjock FRA 10.29 Christian Blum GER 10.37 0.22008 Tyrone Edgar GBR 10.20 Martial Mbandjock FRA 10.25 Tobias Unger GER 10.37 -1.82009a Dwain Chambers GBR 10.07 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.21 Martial Mbandjock FRA 10.27 0.22009b Francis Obikwelu POR 10.20 Ángel David RodríguezESP 10.4 Kostyantyn Vasyukov UKR 10.44 -0.32010a Dwain Chambers GBR 09.99 Christophe Lemaitre FRA 10.02 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.20 1.12010b Andrey Yepishin RUS 10.40w Aleksandr Linnik BLR 10.44 Sergiy Smelyk UKR 10.57 2.1

200 Metres1965 Josef Schwarz FRG 21.1w Heinz Erbstösser GDR 21.2 Jocelyn Delecour FRA 21.2 2.91967 Jean-Claude Nallet FRA 20.9 Jan Werner POL 20.9 László Mihályfi HUN 21.11970 Siegfried Schenke GDR 20.7w Jochen Eigenherr FRG 20.9 Zenon Nowosz POL 21.0 5.81973 Chris Monk GBR 21.00 Hans-Jürgen BombachGDR 21.05 Ossi Karttunen FIN 21.24 -3.31975 Pietro Mennea ITA 20.42 Valeriy Borzov URS 20.61 Antti Rajamäki FIN 20.97 -0.91977 Eugen Ray GDR 20.86 Valeriy Borzov URS 21.10 Ainsley Bennett GBR 21.27 -1.21979 Allan Wells GBR 20.29w Pietro Mennea ITA 20.31 Marian Woronin POL 20.43 2.21981 Frank Emmelmann GDR 20.33 Allan Wells GBR 20.35 Patrick Barré FRA 20.60 0.31983 Allan Wells GBR 20.72 Pietro Mennea ITA 20.74 Erwin Skamrahl FRG 20.99 -0.71985 Frank Emmelmann GDR 20.23 Aleksandr YevgenyevURS 20.42 Ralf Lübke FRG 20.43 0.21987 Linford Christie GBR 20.63 Steffen Bringmann GDR 20.85 Andrey Fedoriv URS 20.87 1.51989 John Regis GBR 20.62 Stefano Tilli ITA 20.66 Daniel Sangouma FRA 20.83 0.11991 Jean-Charles Trouabal FRA 20.60 John Regis GBR 20.73 Stefano Tilli ITA 20.79 -1.6

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1993 John Regis GBR 20.38 Andrey Fedoriv RUS 20.54 Robert Kurnicki GER 20.59 -0.91994 Linford Christie GBR 20.67 Sergey Osovich UKR 20.70 Daniel Sangouma FRA 21.04 -0.11995 Linford Christie GBR 20.11 Vladislav DologodinUKR 20.35 Aleksandr Sokolov RUS 20.64 1.91996 Linford Christie GBR 20.25w Vladislav DologodinUKR 20.39 Torbjörn Eriksson SWE 20.45 2.51997 Linford Christie GBR 20.56 Geir Moen NOR 20.60 0.7

Yórgos Panayiotopoulos GRE 20.561998 Dougie Walker GBR 20.42 Christophe Cheval FRA 20.61 Alessandro Attene ITA 20.69 1.41999 Marcin Urbas POL 20.34 Alexis Alexopoulos GRE 20.36 Julian Golding GBR 20.49 0.22000 Christian Malcolm GBR 20.45 Alessandro Cavallaro ITA 20.48 Kostás Kentéris GRE 20.48 0.02001 Kostás Kentéris GRE 20.31 Marlon Devonish GBR 20.59 Marcin Urbas POL 20.69 -0.72002 Marlon Devonish GBR 20.27 Marcin Urbas POL 20.45 Marco Torrieri ITA 20.65 -0.42003 Kostás Kentéris GRE 20.37 Christian Malcolm GBR 20.45 Marcin Jedrusinski POL 20.53 -2.32004 Christian Malcolm GBR 20.56 Johan Wissman SWE 20.61 Marco Torrieri ITA 20.62 0.02005 Christian Malcolm GBR 20.15 Tobias Unger GER 20.36 Jirí Vojtík CZE 20.66 -0.62006 Christian Malcolm GBR 20.29 Ronald Pognon FRA 20.37 Marcin Urbas POL 20.55 1.82007 Marlon Devonish GBR 20.33 David Alerte FRA 20.34 Anastásios Goúsis GRE 20.43 1.02008 Marlon Devonish GBR 20.52 Anastásios Goúsis GRE 20.57 Alexander Kosenkow GER 20.61 -0.32009a Dwain Chambers GBR 20.55 Martial Mbandjock FRA 20.67 Alexander Kosenkow GER 20.82 -0.92009b Arnaldo Abrantes POR 20.62 Ángel David RodríguezESP 20.88 Dmytro Ostrovskyy UKR 20.95 -0.42010a Martial Mbandjock FRA 20.55 Likoúrgos-Stéfanos Tsákonas GRE 20.69 Sebastian Ernst GER 20.77 0.42010b Jonathan Åstrand FIN 20.92 Roberto Donati ITA 21.01 Ángel David RodríguezESP 21.11 1.0

400 Metres1965 Andrzej Badenski POL 45.9 Manfred Kinder FRG 46.6 Joachim Both GDR 47.11967 Jean-Claude Nallet FRA 46.3 Fritz Roderfeld FRG 46.4 Andrzej Badenski POL 46.81970 Jan Werner POL 45.9 Jean-Claude Nallet FRA 46.3 Boris Savchuk URS 46.71973 Karl Honz FRG 45.20 David Jenkins GBR 46.00 Ossi Karttunen FIN 46.261975 David Jenkins GBR 45.52 Markku Kukkoaho FIN 45.56 Jerzy Pietrzyk POL 45.671977 Bernd Herrmann FRG 45.92 Ryszard Podlas POL 46.00 Francis Demarthon FRA 46.381979 Harald Schmid FRG 45.31 Nikolay Chernyetskiy URS 45.70 Ryszard Podlas POL 46.111981 Hartmut Weber FRG 45.32 Mauro Zuliani ITA 45.35 Andreas Knebel GDR 45.761983 Hartmut Weber FRG 45.39 Thomas Schönlebe GDR 45.70 Sergey Lovachov URS 45.831985 Thomas Schönlebe GDR 44.96 Vladimir Krylov URS 45.22 Derek Redmond GBR 45.351987 Thomas Schönlebe GDR 44.96 Roger Black GBR 44.99 Edgar Itt FRG 45.541989 Edgar Itt FRG 45.43 Jens Carlowitz GDR 45.44 Cayetano Cornet ESP 45.821991 Roger Black GBR 44.91 Olivier Noirot FRA 45.18 Tamás Molnár HUN 45.781993 David Grindley GBR 44.75 Dmitriy Golovastov RUS 45.65 Jean-Louis Rapnouil FRA 45.911994 Roger Black GBR 45.08 Jean-Louis Rapnouil FRA 46.43 Dmitriy Golovastov RUS 46.581995 Mark Richardson GBR 45.43 Andrea Nuti ITA 46.40 Karsten Just GER 46.421996 Uwe Jahn GER 45.64 Duʼaine Ladejo GBR 45.72 Jean-Louis Rapnouil FRA 45.961997 Roger Black GBR 45.63 David Canal ESP 46.28 Marco Vaccari ITA 46.401998 Mark Richardson GBR 45.81 Jan Podebradsky CZE 46.10 Dmitriy Golovastov RUS 46.501999 Mark Richardson GBR 44.96 Dmitriy Golovastov RUS 45.59 Kostás Kentéris GRE 45.662000 Jamie Baulch GBR 46.64 Alessandro Attene ITA 46.71 Jimisola Laursen SWE 46.932001 Marc Raquil FRA 44.95 Robert Mackowiak POL 45.48 David Canal ESP 45.522002 Daniel Caines GBR 45.14 Ingo Schultz GER 45.33 Marek Plawgo POL 45.352003 Marc Raquil FRA 44.88 Ingo Schultz GER 45.19 Iwan Thomas GBR 45.582004 Tim Benjamin GBR 45.37 Ingo Schultz GER 45.50 Leslie Djhone FRA 45.732005 Marc Raquil FRA 45.80 Simon Kirch GER 45.86 Andrey Rudnitskiy RUS 46.062006 Marc Raquil FRA 45.89 Vladislav Frolov RUS 46.13 Daniel Dabrowski POL 46.372007 Leslie Djhone FRA 45.54 Tim Benjamin GBR 45.67 Bastian Swillims GER 45.952008 Martyn Rooney GBR 45.33 Claudio Licciardello ITA 45.57 Denis Alekseyev RUS 45.672009a Tim Benjamin GBR 45.57 Johan Wissman SWE 45.81 Kamghe Gaba GER 45.882009b Teddy Venel FRA 46.13 Pétros Kiriakídis GRE 46.40 Rudolf Götz CZE 46.512010a Martyn Rooney GBR 45.67 Leslie Djhone FRA 45.72 Vladimir Krasnov RUS 45.742010b Dimítrios Grávalos GRE 46.35 Volodymyr Burakov UKR 47.18 Matti Välimäki FIN 47.29

800 Metres1965 Franz-Josef Kemper FRG 1:50.5 Jürgen May GDR 1:50.3 Chris Carter GBR 1:50.61967 Manfred Matuschewski GDR 1:46.9 Franz-Josef Kemper FRG 1:46.9 Jean-Pierre Dufresne FRA 1:48.21970 Yevgeniy Arzhanov URS 1:47.8 Franz-Josef Kemper FRG 1:48.6 Andrzej Kupczyk POL 1:48.71973 Andy Carter GBR 1:46.44 Yevgeniy Arzhanov URS 1:46.70 Dieter Fromm GDR 1:46.711975 Steve Ovett GBR 1:46.56 Dieter Fromm GDR 1:47.36 Vladimir Ponomaryov URS 1:47.641977 Willi Wülbeck FRG 1:47.21 Olaf Beyer GDR 1:47.27 José Marajo FRA 1:47.491979 Sebastian Coe GBR 1:47.28 Dragan Zivotic YUG 1:48.03 Willi Wülbeck FRG 1:48.111981 Sebastian Coe GBR 1:47.03 Willi Wülbeck FRG 1:47.72 Olaf Beyer GDR 1:47.731983 Willi Wülbeck FRG 1:45.74 Detlef Wagenknecht GDR 1:45.83 Peter Elliott GBR 1:45.841985 Tom McKean GBR 1:49.11 Piotr Piekarski POL 1:49.73 Peter Braun FRG 1:49.79

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1987 Tom McKean GBR 1:45.96 Donato Sabia ITA 1:46.38 Peter Braun FRG 1:46.861989 Tom McKean GBR 1:46.94 Peter Braun FRG 1:47.53 Hauke Fuhlbrügge GDR 1:48.201991 Tom McKean GBR 1:45.60 Andrey Sudnik URS 1:46.35 Frédéric Cornette FRA 1:46.631993 Andrey Bulkovskiy UKR 1:47.32 Andrea Benvenuti ITA 1:47.63 Tom McKean GBR 1:47.671994 Nico Motchebon GER 1:48.10 Davide Cadoni ITA 1:48.42 Craig Winrow GBR 1:48.761995 Nico Motchebon GER 1:46.75 Andrzej Jakubiec POL 1:47.15 Andrea Giocondi ITA 1:47.331996 Roberto Parra ESP 1:44.97 Giuseppe DʼUrso ITA 1:45.27 Nico Motchebon GER 1:45.981997 Vebjørn Rodal NOR 1:47.54 Nico Motchebon GER 1:47.89 Mark Sesay GBR 1:48.111998 Andrea Longo ITA 1:45.40 Lukás Vydra CZE 1:45.92 Andy Hart GBR 1:46.191999 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 1:48.53 Nico Motchebon GER 1:48.75 Roman Oravec CZE 1:48.872000 Mehdi Baala FRA 1:47.90 Nils Schumann GER 1:47.94 Balázs Korányi HUN 1:48.522001 Pawel Czapiewski POL 1:48.28 Andrea Longo ITA 1:48.54 Simon Lees GBR 1:48.802002 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 1:46.58 Nils Schumann GER 1:46.99 Pawel Czapiewski POL 1:47.922003 Antonio Manuel Reina ESP 1:48.13 Florent Lacasse FRA 1:48.37 René Herms GER 1:49.152004 Florent Lacasse FRA 1:45.19 René Herms GER 1:45.27 Arnoud Okken NED 1:45.642005 Antonio Manuel Reina ESP 1:46.11 Grzegorz Krzosek POL 1:46.52 Dmitriy Bogdanov RUS 1:46.792006 Juan de Dios Jurado ESP 1:46.00 Ivan Heshko UKR 1:46.24 Florent Lacasse FRA 1:46.442007 Pawel Czapiewski POL 1:49.00 Michael Rimmer GBR 1:49.06 Robin Schembera GER 1:49.062008 Manuel Olmedo ESP 1:49.98 Marcin LewandowskiPOL 1:50.13 Yuriy Koldin RUS 1:50.172009 Miguel Quesada ESP 1:47.76 Aleksandr Osmolovych UKR 1:48.05 Jeff Lastennet FRA 1:48.292010 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 1:45.41 Michael Rimmer GBR 1:45.62 Marcin Lewandowski POL 1:45.74

1500 Metres1965 Bodo Tümmler FRG 3:47.4 Jean Wadoux FRA 3:48.0 Jürgen May GDR 3:48.41967 Manfred Matuschewski GDR 3:40.2 Bodo Tümmler FRG 3:40.5 Oleg Rayko URS 3:41.21970 Francesco Arese ITA 3:42.3 Henryk Szordykowski POL 3:42.5 Jean Wadoux FRA 3:42.61973 Frank Clement GBR 3:40.79 Paul-Heinz Wellmann FRG 3:41.85 Klaus-Peter Justus GDR 3:42.611975 Thomas Wessinghage FRG 3:39.1 Bronislaw Malinowski POL 3:39.8 Frank Clement GBR 3:40.11977 Steve Ovett GBR 3:44.94 Thomas Wessinghage FRG 3:45.38 Ari Paunonen FIN 3:45.901979 Jürgen Straub GDR 3:36.27 Thomas Wessinghage FRG 3:36.40 Graham WilliamsonGBR 3:38.341981 Olaf Beyer GDR 3:43.52 Nikolay Kirov URS 3:43.68 Steve Cram GBR 3:43.721983 Steve Cram GBR 3:42.27 Andreas Busse GDR 3:43.12 Piotr Kurek POL 3:43.651985 Steve Cram GBR 3:43.71 Olaf Beyer GDR 3:44.96 Stefano Mei ITA 3:45.141987 José Luis GonzálezESP 3:45.49 Steve Cram GBR 3:45.54 Jens-Peter Herold GDR 3:46.191989 Pascal Thiébaut FRA 3:48.05 Sergey Afanasyev URS 3:48.35 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 3:48.611991 Peter Elliott GBR 3:43.39 Jens-Peter Herold GER 3:43.47 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 3:44.751993 Andrey Bulkovskiy UKR 3:37.51 Fermín Cacho ESP 3:38.09 Pascal Thiébaut FRA 3:38.121994 Andrey Bulkovskiy UKR 3:49.33 Rüdiger Stenzel GER 3:49.38 Gary Lough GBR 3:49.571995 Rüdiger Stenzel GER 3:42.58 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 3:42.59 Fermín Cacho ESP 3:44.201996 Fermín Cacho ESP 3:40.24 Rüdiger Stenzel GER 3:40.53 Anthony Whiteman GBR 3:41.211997 Fermín Cacho ESP 3:37.79 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 3:37.81 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 3:38.141998 Giuseppe DʼUrso ITA 3:44.58 Reyes Estévez ESP 3:44.91 John Mayock GBR 3:45.091999 Giuseppe DʼUrso ITA 3:46.01 Rüdiger Stenzel GER 3:46.58 Nadir Bosch FRA 3:46.752000 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:41.75 John Mayock GBR 3:42.32 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 3:42.442001 José Antonio Redolat ESP 3:45.81 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:46.29 Leszek Zblewski POL 3:47.062002 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:47.21 Michael East GBR 3:48.26 Pawel Czapiewski POL 3:48.772003 Juan Carlos Higuero ESP 3:49.16 Miroslaw Formela POL 3:49.22 Michael East GBR 3:49.602004 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:49.13 Michael East GBR 3:49.53 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 3:50.992005 Juan Carlos Higuero ESP 3:41.72 Mounir Yemmouni FRA 3:42.10 Pawel Czapiewski POL 3:42.192006 Ivan Heshko UKR 3:50.34 Juan Carlos Higuero ESP 3:50.85 Aleksandr Krivchonkov RUS 3:51.962007 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:47.36 Andy Baddeley GBR 3:48.08 Franek Haschke GER 3:48.542008 Mehdi Baala FRA 3:40.55 Arturo Casado ESP 3:40.70 Carsten Schlangen GER 3:41.752009 Rui Silva POR 3:42.07 Diego Ruíz ESP 3:42.54 Yoann Kowal FRA 3:42.732010 Colin McCourt GBR 3:46.70 Christian Obrist ITA 3:46.77 Carsten Schlangen GER 3:46.89

3000 Metres1996 Dieter Baumann GER 7:57.19 Isaac Viciosa ESP 7:57.80 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 7:58.441997 Dieter Baumann GER 7:41.08 Manuel Pancorbo ESP 7:41.60 Panayotis Papoulias GRE 7:45.651998 Dieter Baumann GER 7:41.92 Manuel Pancorbo ESP 7:42.24 Anthony Whiteman GBR 7:43.611999 Salvatore Vincenti ITA 7:59.12 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 7:59.12 Driss Maazouzi FRA 7:59.522000 Driss Maazouzi FRA 7:58.7 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 7:59.0 Anthony Whiteman GBR 8:01.02001 Driss Maazouzi FRA 7:52.26 Andrés Díaz ESP 7:52.59 John Mayock GBR 7:56.062002 Driss Maazouzi FRA 7:53.41 Mikhail Yeginov RUS 7:54.05 Jan Fitschen GER 7:54.922003 Fouad Chouki FRA 8:22.56 Carles Castillejo ESP 8:22.79 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 8:23.182004 Wolfram Müller GER 8:04.37 Gert-Jan Liefers NED 8:04.41 Vyacheslav Shabunin RUS 8:05.922005 Jesús España ESP 8:16.48 Mohamed Farah GBR 8:17.28 Yared Shegumo POL 8:18.062006 Sergio Gallardo ESP 8:27.78 Mohamed Farah GBR 8:27.91 Driss Maazouzi FRA 8:26.842007 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 7:51.32 Sergey Ivanov RUS 8:02.47 Bartosz Nowicki POL 8:02.47

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2008 Andy Baddeley GBR 8:01.28 Jesús España ESP 8:01.62 Sergey Ivanov RUS 8:01.912009 Jesús España ESP 8:01.73 Sergey Ivanov RUS 8:02.18 Daniele Meucci ITA 8:02.222010 Jesús España ESP 8:19.39 Mykola Labovskyy UKR 8:20.01 Valentin Smirnov RUS 8:20.11

5000 Metres1965 Harald Norpoth FRG 14:18.0 Witold Baran POL 14:20.0 Derek Graham GBR 14:20.41967 Harald Norpoth FRG 15:26.8 Jürgen Haase GDR 15:27.8 György Kiss HUN 15:29.21970 Harald Norpoth FRG 14:25.4 Gerd Eisenberg GDR 14:25.6 Rashid Sharafetdinov URS 14:25.81973 Brendan Foster GBR 13:54.65 Manfred Kuschmann GDR 13:55.31 Harald Norpoth FRG 13:57.661975 Brendan Foster GBR 13:36.18 Enn Sellik URS 13:42.8a Manfred Kuschmann GDR 13:44.781977 Nick Rose GBR 13:27.84 Enn Sellik URS 13:29.20 Karl Fleschen FRG 13:29.441979 Hansjörg Kunze GDR 14:12.88 Aleksandr Fedotkin URS 14:13.97 Mike McLeod GBR 14:15.911981 Dave Moorcroft GBR 13:43.18 Valeriy Abramov URS 13:43.69 Hansjörg Kunze GDR 13:43.721983 Thomas Wessinghage FRG 13:48.72 Dmitriy Dmitriyev URS 13:49.27 Alberto Cova ITA 13:55.591985 Alberto Cova ITA 14:05.45 Thomas Wessinghage FRG 14:05.72 Steve Harris GBR 14:06.251987 José Manuel Abascal ESP 13:32.87 Tim Hutchings GBR 13:34.83 Salvatore Antibo ITA 13:35.921989 Salvatore Antibo ITA 13:43.84 Jack Buckner GBR 13:44.77 Mikhail Dasko URS 13:47.561991 Salvatore Antibo ITA 13:21.68 Gary Staines GBR 13:35.08 Pascal Thiébaut FRA 13:45.611993 Rob Denmark GBR 13:30.02 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 13:30.96 Abel Antón ESP 13:31.351994 Dieter Baumann GER 13:48.95 Abdellah Béhar FRA 13:49.12 Ovidiu Olteanu ROU 13:49.431995 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 13:45.57 John Nuttall GBR 13:46.82 Manuel Pancorbo ESP 13:48.931996 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 13:52.34 Manuel Pancorbo ESP 13:55.18 Abdellah Béhar FRA 13:57.151997 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 13:38.33 Anacleto Jiménez ESP 13:39.42 Panayotis Papoulias GRE 13:40.021998 Alberto García ESP 13:37.45 Mustapha Essaïd FRA 13:37.79 Stéphane Franke GER 13:38.901999 Gennaro Di Napoli ITA 13:53.37 Halez Taguelmint FRA 13:57.35 Sergey Drygin RUS 14:00.992000 Mustapha Essaïd FRA 13:47.44 Dmitriy Maksimov RUS 13:48.43 Sebastian Hallmann GER 13:49.952001 Smaïl Sghir FRA 13:50.47 Alberto García ESP 13:50.96 Marco Mazza ITA 13:55.852002 Dmitriy Maksimov RUS 14:09.92 Sam Haughian GBR 14:11.60 Smaïl Sghir FRA 14:14.002003 Smaïl Sghir FRA 13:43.70 Jesús España ESP 13:44.68 Dieter Baumann GER 13:45.552004 John Mayock GBR 14:44.71 Sergey Ivanov RUS 14:44.75 Mokhtar Benhari FRA 14:44.782005 Juan Carlos de la Ossa ESP 13:30.97 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 13:32.34 Jan Fitschen GER 13:33.462006 Sergiy Lebid UKR 14:16.82 Juan Carlos de la Ossa ESP 14:17.65 Sergey Ivanov RUS 14:18.142007 Monder Rizki BEL 14:15.46 Arne Gabius GER 14:16.09 Aleksandr Orlov RUS 14:16.572008 Mohamed Farah GBR 13:44.07 Carles Castillejo ESP 13:57.37 Daniele Meucci ITA 14:03.042009 Mohamed Farah GBR 13:43.01 Carles Castillejo ESP 13:49.54 Sergiy Lebid UKR 13:59.852010 Mohamed Farah GBR 13:46.93 Alemayehu BezabehESP 13:49.24 Sergiy Lebid UKR 13:49.90

10,000 Metres1965 Nikolay Dutov URS 28:42.2 Lutz Philipp FRG 28:44.8 Kazimierz Zimny POL 28:46.01967 Jürgen Haase GDR 28:54.2 Lajos Mecser HUN 28:55.6 Anatoliy Makarov URS 28:58.61970 Jürgen Haase GDR 28:26.8 Nikolay Sviridov URS 28:29.2 Manfred Letzerich FRG 28:40.01973 Nikolay Sviridov URS 28:44.08 Detlef Uhlemann FRG 28:44.22 Karl-Heinz Leiteritz GDR 28:44.361975 Karl-Heinz Leiteritz GDR 28:37.2 Dave Black GBR 28:42.2 Giuseppe Cindolo ITA 28:48.01977 Jörg Peter GDR 27:55.50 Detlef Uhlemann FRG 27:58.79 Leonid Moseyev URS 28:03.601979 Brendan Foster GBR 28:22.86 Aleksandras Antipovas URS 28:40.32 Frank ZimmermannFRG 28:42.091981 Werner Schildhauer GDR 28:45.89 Julian Goater GBR 28:55.04 Karl Fleschen FRG 28:57.741983 Werner Schildhauer GDR 28:02.11 Alberto Cova ITA 28:02.13 Valeriy Abramov URS 28:02.871985 Alberto Cova ITA 28:51.46 Werner Schildhauer GDR 28:56.57 Christoph Herle FRG 29:02.921987 Abel Antón ESP 28:46.65 Salvatore Antibo ITA 28:46.69 Axel Krippschock GDR 28:51.321989 Francesco Panetta ITA 28:27.02 Tim Hutchings GBR 28:27.21 José Manuel Albentosa ESP 28:29.781991 Eamonn Martin GBR 28:00.53 Francesco Panetta ITA 28:03.10 Stéphane Franke GER 28:04.411993 Thierry Pantel FRA 28:02.71 Francesco Panetta ITA 28:13.99 José Carlos Adán ESP 28:16.191994 Francesco Panetta ITA 28:38.45 Stéphane Franke GER 28:38.99 Oleg Strizhakov RUS 29:03.551995 Stefano Baldini ITA 28:45.77 Stephan Freigang GER 28:46.34 Alejandro Gómez ESP 28:46.76

3000 Metres Steeplechase1965 Viktor Kudinskiy URS 8:41.0 Maurice Herriott GBR 8:42.2 Edward Szklarczyk POL 8:42.81967 Anatoliy Kuryan URS 8:38.8 Manfred Letzerich FRG 8:39.6 Guy Texereau FRA 8:41.21970 Vladimir Dudin URS 8:31.6 Ulrich Holbeck GDR 8:36.0 Kazimierz Maranda POL 8:38.01973 Tapio Kantanen FIN 8:28.45 Willi Maier FRG 8:29.76 Leonid Savelyev URS 8:30.931975 Michael Karst FRG 8:16.4 Frank Baumgartl GDR 8:17.6 Bronislaw Malinowski POL 8:18.61977 Michael Karst FRG 8:27.87 Frank Baumgartl GDR 8:31.53 Tapio Kantanen FIN 8:33.271979 Mariano ScartezziniITA 8:22.74 Michael Karst FRG 8:23.75 Anatoliy Dimov URS 8:25.871981 Mariano ScartezziniITA 8:13.32 Boguslaw Maminski POL 8:17.23 Patriz Ilg FRG 8:21.131983 Boguslaw Maminski POL 8:24.80 Colin Reitz GBR 8:25.72 Joseph Mahmoud FRA 8:28.041985 Patriz Ilg FRG 8:16.14 Boguslaw Maminski POL 8:17.40 Joseph Mahmoud FRA 8:17.851987 Francesco Panetta ITA 8:13.47 Roger Hackney GBR 8:20.68 Hagen Melzer GDR 8:21.231989 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:34.06 Hagen Melzer GDR 8:34.90 Raymond Pannier FRA 8:35.33

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1991 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:29.62 Ivan Konovalov URS 8:30.37 Béla Vágó HUN 8:30.601993 Steffen Brand GER 8:17.77 Francesco Panetta ITA 8:22.95 Thierry Brusseau FRA 8:24.601994 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:24.98 Steffen Brand GER 8:27.83 Justin Chaston GBR 8:29.991995 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:21.94 Steffen Brand GER 8:24.00 Javier Rodríguez ESP 8:25.031996 Steffen Brand GER 8:30.09 Angelo Carosi ITA 8:32.50 Justin Chaston GBR 8:33.591997 Rob Hough GBR 8:35.03 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:36.15 Vladimir Pronin RUS 8:36.941998 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 8:32.96 André Green GER 8:34.21 Mohamed Bélabbès FRA 8:35.121999 Gaël Pencréach FRA 8:27.78 Damian Kallabis GER 8:27.85 Giuseppe Maffei ITA 8:27.942000 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 8:27.28 Damian Kallabis GER 8:29.16 Giuseppe Maffei ITA 8:34.472001 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 8:38.02 Antonio Jiménez ESP 8:38.09 Ralf Assmus GER 8:39.342002 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 8:30.22 Damian Kallabis GER 8:32.04 Roman Usov RUS 8:34.102003 Pavel Potapovich RUS 8:26.28 Radoslaw PoplawskiPOL 8:29.70 Angelo Iannelli ITA 8:30.402004 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 8:23.40 Jakub Czaja POL 8:25.51 Giuseppe Maffei ITA 8:27.532005 Antonio Jiménez ESP 8:20.17 Radoslaw PoplawskiPOL 8:20.48 Vincent Le DauphinFRA 8:22.032006 Antonio Jiménez ESP 8:25.59 Vincent Le DauphinFRA 8:28.77 Jukka Keskisalo FIN 8:30.452007 Filmon Ghirmai GER 8:38.78 Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad FRA 8:39.34 Andrew LemoncelloGBR 8:39.942008 Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad FRA 8:33.10 Ildar Minshin RUS 8:34.89 Andrew LemoncelloGBR 8:36.332009 Mustafa Mohamed SWE 8:28.09 Vincent Zouaoui Dandrieux FRA 8:32.05 Ildar Minshin RUS 8:34.062010 Tomasz Szymkowiak POL 8:31.53 Steffen Uliczka GER 8:33.39 Jukka Keskisalo FIN 8:33.41

110 Metres Hurdles1965 Anatoliy Mikhailov URS 13.9 Marcel Duriez FRA 14.0 Mike Parker GBR 14.5 -1.71967 Viktor Balikhin URS 14.0 Adam Kolodziejczyk POL 14.2 Jean-Pierre Schoebel FRA 14.2 0.51970 Guy Drut FRA 13.7 Bo Forssander SWE 14.0 Günther Nickel FRG 14.0 0.51973 Guy Drut FRA 13.70 Anatoliy Moshiashvili URS 13.76 Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.77 0.81975 Guy Drut FRA 13.57 Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.78 Viktor Myasnikov URS 13.88 0.41977 Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.37 Jan Pusty POL 13.60 Eduard Pereverzev URS 13.63 2.01979 Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.47 Aleksandr Puchkov URS 13.56 Jan Pusty POL 13.74 1.31981 Mark Holtom GBR 13.79 Andreas Schlisske GDR 13.85 Romuald Giegiel POL 13.88 -0.61983 Thomas Munkelt GDR 13.72 György Bakos HUN 13.74 Romuald Giegiel POL 13.88 -1.61985 Sergey Usov URS 13.56 Daniele Fontecchio ITA 13.66 Stéphane Caristan FRA 13.67 0.61987 Igor Kazanov URS 13.48 Colin Jackson GBR 13.53 Ales Höffer TCH 13.62 0.71989 Colin Jackson GBR 13.56 Vladimir Shishkin URS 13.76 Florian Schwarthoff FRG 13.88 -2.91991 Colin Jackson GBR 13.31 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.43 Philippe Tourret FRA 13.63 -0.91993 Colin Jackson GBR 13.10 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.50 Dan Philibert FRA 13.62 -0.21994 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.35 Vladimir Belokon UKR 13.62 Andy Tulloch GBR 13.65 1.91995 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.28 Andy Tulloch GBR 13.64 Dmitriy Kolesnichenko UKR 13.67 1.01996 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.20 Colin Jackson GBR 13.63 Yevgeniy Pechonkin RUS 13.64 -0.31997 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.20 Colin Jackson GBR 13.28 Andrey Kislykh RUS 13.53 0.21998 Colin Jackson GBR 13.17 Falk Balzer GER 13.22 Jean-Marc Grava FRA 13.63 0.01999 Falk Balzer GER 13.21 Tony Jarrett GBR 13.31 Tomasz Scigaczewski POL 13.48 0.52000 Falk Balzer GER 13.52 Emiliano Pizzoli ITA 13.54 Robert Kronberg SWE 13.67 1.42001 Yevgeniy Pechonkin RUS 13.38 Florian Schwarthoff GER 13.57 Tony Jarrett GBR 13.58 1.32002 Colin Jackson GBR 13.15 Mike Fenner GER 13.33 Andrea Giaconi ITA 13.35 0.72003 Ladji Doucouré FRA 13.55 Mike Fenner GER 13.58 Andrea Giaconi ITA 13.66 -0.22004 Robert Kronberg SWE 13.58 Tomasz Scigaczewski POL 13.66 Andy Turner GBR 13.68 -1.02005 Ladji Doucouré FRA 13.16 Thomas Blaschek GER 13.44 Andrea Giaconi ITA 13.52 2.02006 Ladji Doucouré FRA 13.27 Andy Turner GBR 13.47 Igor Peremota RUS 13.50 -1.52007 Ladji Doucouré FRA 13.35 Andy Turner GBR 13.48 Thomas Blaschek GER 13.51 0.42008 Jackson Quiñónez ESP 13.40 Konstadínos Douvalídis GRE 13.59 Yevgeniy Borisov RUS 13.66 -0.62009a Andy Turner GBR 13.42 Jackson Quiñónez ESP 13.53 Matthias Bühler GER 13.57 1.32009b Yevgeniy Borisov RUS 13.71 Robert Kronberg SWE 13.87 Aleksandr VahnyakovUKR 14.03 0.42010a Andy Turner GBR 13.48 Artur Noga POL 13.54 Jackson Quiñónez ESP 13.67 -0.12010b Maksim Lynsha BLR 13.70 Stefano Tedesco ITA 13.78 Yevgeniy Borisov RUS 13.82 -0.5

400 Metres Hurdles1965 Robert Poirier FRA 50.8 John Cooper GBR 50.9 Rainer Schubert FRG 51.91967 Gerhard Hennige FRG 50.2 Wilhelm Weistand POL 50.5 Joachim Singer GDR 50.81970 Jean-Claude Nallet FRA 50.1 Werner Reibert FRG 51.0 Dmitriy Stukalov URS 51.21973 Alan Pascoe GBR 50.07 Dmitriy Stukalov URS 50.61 Jürgen Laser GDR 51.091975 Alan Pascoe GBR 49.00 Jean-Claude Nallet FRA 49.38 Jerzy Hewelt POL 50.591977 Volker Beck GDR 48.90 Harald Schmid FRG 49.27 Alan Pascoe GBR 49.651979 Harald Schmid FRG 47.85 Vasiliy Arkhipenko URS 48.35 Volker Beck GDR 48.581981 Volker Beck GDR 48.94 Harald Schmid FRG 49.12 Dmitriy Shkarupin URS 49.711983 Harald Schmid FRG 48.56 Aleksandr Kharlov URS 49.53 Ryszard Szparak POL 49.651985 Harald Schmid FRG 47.85 Aleksandr Vasilyev URS 47.92 Mark Holtom GBR 50.471987 Harald Schmid FRG 48.67 Max Robertson GBR 49.92 José Alonso ESP 50.151989 Kriss Akabusi GBR 48.95 Harald Schmid FRG 49.26 Vladimir Budko URS 49.60

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1991 Kriss Akabusi GBR 48.39 Stéphane Caristan FRA 49.43 Fabrizio Mori ITA 49.761993 Stéphane Diagana FRA 48.08 Olaf Hense GER 48.48 Oleg Tverdokhleb UKR 48.701994 Sven Nylander SWE 49.36 Oleg Tverdokhleb UKR 49.37 Stéphane Diagana FRA 49.471995 Laurent Ottoz ITA 49.30 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 49.49 Sven Nylander SWE 49.641996 Fabrizio Mori ITA 49.45 Jon Ridgeon GBR 49.84 Sven Nylander SWE 50.181997 Fabrizio Mori ITA 48.93 Stéphane Diagana FRA 49.15 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 49.741998 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 48.49 Fabrizio Mori ITA 48.57 Steffen Kolb GER 49.431999 Fabrizio Mori ITA 48.68 Thomas Goller GER 48.88 Pawel Januszewski POL 48.942000 Chris Rawlinson GBR 48.84 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 49.19 Fabrizio Mori ITA 49.982001 Fabrizio Mori ITA 48.39 Marek Plawgo POL 48.98 Stéphane Diagana FRA 49.072002 Fabrizio Mori ITA 48.41 Stéphane Diagana FRA 48.45 Chris Rawlinson GBR 48.872003 Chris Rawlinson GBR 48.45 Periklis Iakovakis GRE 49.23 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 49.432004 Chris Rawlinson GBR 48.59 Naman Keïta FRA 49.04 Boris Gorban RUS 49.712005 Naman Keïta FRA 48.77 Marek Plawgo POL 48.99 Gianni Carabelli ITA 49.042006 Naman Keïta FRA 50.20 Aleksandr DerevyaginRUS 50.35 Gianni Carabelli ITA 50.452007 Periklís Iakovákis GRE 48.35 Marek Plawgo POL 48.90 Naman Keïta FRA 48.902008 Periklís Iakovákis GRE 49.15 Marek Plawgo POL 49.44 Salah Ghaidi FRA 49.642009a David Greene GBR 49.26 Periklís Iakovákis GRE 50.09 Aleksandr DerevyaginRUS 50.402009b Fadil Bellaabouss FRA 49.91 Josef Prorok CZE 51.05 Nicola Cascella ITA 51.162010a David Greene GBR 49.53 Periklís Iakovákis GRE 50.13 Aleksandr Derevyagin RUS 50.202010b Gianni Carabelli ITA 51.21 Sergiy Serkov BLR 51.37 Rafal Omelko POL 52.70

High Jump1965 Valeriy Brumel URS 2.14 Wolfgang Schillkowski FRG 2.09 Edward Czernik POL 2.071967 Valentin Gavrilov URS 2.09 Wolfgang Schillkowski FRG 2.07 Sándor Noszály HUN 2.071970 Kenneth Lundmark SWE 2.15 Valentin Gavrilov URS 2.13

Gérard Lamy FRA 2.131973 Valentin Gavrilov URS 2.15 Asko Pesonen FIN 2.13 Paul Poaniewa FRA 2.091975 Aleksandr Grigoryev URS 2.24 Paul Poaniewa FRA 2.22 Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 2.201977 Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 2.31 Jacek Wszola POL 2.28 Aleksandr Grigoryev URS 2.201979 Dietmar Mögenburg FRG 2.32 Rolf Beilschmidt GDR 2.30 Aleksandr Grigoryev URS 2.241981 Valeriy Sereda URS 2.30 Gerd Nagel FRG 2.28 Massimo Di GiorgioITA 2.261983 Franck Verzy FRA 2.32 Valeriy Sereda URS 2.26 Dietmar Mögenburg FRG 2.231985 Ján Zvara TCH 2.29 Gerd Wessig GDR 2.29 Igor Paklin URS 2.261987 Igor Paklin URS 2.32 Ján Zvara TCH 2.29 Krzysztof Krawczyk POL 2.26

Gerd Wessig GDR 2.261989 Dalton Grant GBR 2.32 Rudolf Povarnitsyn URS 2.32 Róbert Ruffíni TCH 2.291991 Dalton Grant GBR 2.30 Igor Paklin URS 2.28 Joël Vincent FRA 2.221993 Artur Partyka POL 2.30 Jean-Charles Gicquel FRA 2.30 Roberto Ferrari ITA 2.301994 Wolf-Hendrik Beyer GER 2.25 Patrick Thavelin SWE 2.20 Dalton Grant GBR 2.201995 Steve Smith GBR 2.31 Patrik Sjöberg SWE 2.31 Artur Partyka POL 2.251996 Arturo Ortiz ESP 2.27 Leonid Pumalainen RUS 2.27 Dalton Grant GBR 2.271997 Arturo Ortiz ESP 2.30 Sergey Klyugin RUS 2.30 Martin Buss GER 2.301998 Sergey Klyugin RUS 2.28 Ben Challenger GBR 2.28 Tomás Janku CZE 2.251999 Martin Buss GER 2.34 Vyacheslav Voronin RUS 2.32 Tomás Janku CZE 2.282000 Stefan Holm SWE 2.28 Wolfgang Kreissig GER 2.25 Sergey Klyugin RUS 2.20

Lambros Papakostas GRE 2.202001 Yaroslav Rybakov RUS 2.28 Grzegorz Sposób POL 2.23 Martin Buss GER 2.192002 Grégory Gabella FRA 2.30 Yaroslav Rybakov RUS 2.28 Grzegorz Sposób POL 2.252003 Yaroslav Rybakov RUS 2.34 Alessandro Talotti ITA 2.30 Grzegorz Sposób POL 2.272004 Stefan Holm SWE 2.32 Grzegorz Sposób POL 2.32 Roman Fricke GER 2.272005 Aleksey Dmitrik RUS 2.30 Nicola Ciotti ITA 2.30 Svatoslav Ton CZE 2.272006 Andrey Silnov RUS 2.31 Giulio Ciotti ITA 2.29 Germaine Mason GBR 2.272007 Eike Onnen GER 2.30 Andrey Tereshin RUS 2.30 Aleksander Walerianczyk POL 2.242008 Andrey Silnov RUS 2.32 Andrea Bettinelli ITA 2.30 Javier Bermejo ESP 2.242009 Yuriy Krymarenko UKR 2.31 Jaroslav Bába CZE 2.31 Aleksandr Shustov RUS 2.312010 Aleksandr Shustov RUS 2.28 Tom Parsons GBR 2.25 Andriy Protsenko UKR 2.22

Pole Vault1965 Wolfgang Nordwig GDR 5.00 Klaus Lehnertz FRG 4.80 Gennadiy Bliznetsov URS 4.801967 Wolfgang Nordwig GDR 5.10 Gennadiy Bliznetsov URS 5.05 Klaus Lehnertz FRG 4.901970 Wolfgang Nordwig GDR 5.35 Renato Dionisi ITA 5.20 François Tracanelli FRA 5.151973 Yuriy Isakov URS 5.30 - Mike Bull GBR 5.20

Antti Kalliomäki FIN 5.30 Reinhard Kuretzky FRG 5.201975 Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz POL 5.45 Antti Kalliomäki FIN 5.40 Yuriy Isakov URS 5.401977 Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz POL 5.60 Antti Kalliomäki FIN 5.35 Günther Lohre FRG 5.301979 Konstantin Volkov URS 5.60 Patrick Abada FRA 5.60 Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz POL 5.551981 Jean-Michel Bellot FRA 5.40 - Keith Stock GBR 5.30

Konstantin Volkov URS 5.40

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1983 Patrick Abada FRA 5.55 Aleksandr Krupskiy URS 5.50 Jürgen Winkler FRG 5.501985 Sergey Bubka URS 5.80 Philippe Collet FRA 5.70 Marian Kolasa POL 5.601987 Grigoriy Yegorov URS 5.70 Zdenek Lubensky TCH 5.60 Bernhard Zintl FRG 5.351989 Rodion Gataullin URS 5.70 Bernhard Zintl FRG 5.50 Uwe Langhammer GDR 5.401991 Grigoriy Yegorov URS 5.60 Gianni Iapichino ITA 5.50 István Bagyula HUN 5.501993 Rodion Gataullin RUS 6.00 Sergey Bubka UKR 5.80 Javier García ESP 5.701994 Jean Galfione FRA 5.70 Patrik Stenlund SWE 5.60 Tim Lobinger GER 5.601995 Igor Trandenkov RUS 5.80 Patrik Stenlund SWE 5.60 Javier García ESP 5.501996 Pyotr Bochkaryov RUS 5.70 Tim Lobinger GER 5.60 José Manuel Arcos ESP 5.501997 Maksim Tarasov RUS 5.95i Jean Galfione FRA 5.75i Tim Lobinger GER 5.70i1998 Yevgeniy Smiryagin RUS 5.60 Javier García ESP 5.50

Heikki Vääräniemi FIN 5.501999 Michael Stolle GER 5.65 Rodion Gataullin RUS 5.45 Stepán Janácek CZE 5.452000 Yevgeniy Smiryagin RUS 5.85 Tim Lobinger GER 5.75 Patrik Kristiansson SWE 5.702001 Michael Stolle GER 5.75 Adam Kolasa POL 5.68 Vasiliy Gorshkov RUS 5.682002 Tim Lobinger GER 5.75 Giuseppe Gibilisco ITA 5.65

Denis Yurchenko UKR 5.652003 Romain Mesnil FRA 5.75 Giuseppe Gibilisco ITA 5.70 Lars Börgeling GER 5.702004 Romain Mesnil FRA 5.75 Patrik Kristiansson SWE 5.70 Lars Börgeling GER 5.65

Yevgeniy MikhailichenkoRUS 5.652005 Giuseppe Gibilisco ITA 5.80 Adam Ptácek CZE 5.60 Yevgeniy MikhailichenkoRUS 5.502006 Romain Mesnil FRA 5.70 Giuseppe Gibilisco ITA 5.65 Mikko Latvala FIN 5.452007 Tim Lobinger GER 5.70 Romain Mesnil FRA 5.65 Denys Yurchenko UKR 5.602008 Danny Ecker GER 5.55 Przemyslaw Czerwinski POL 5.55 Steven Lewis GBR 5.402009 Renaud Lavillenie FRA 6.01 Malte Mohr GER 5.75 Lukasz Michalski POL 5.702010 Renaud Lavillenie FRA 5.70 Przemyslaw Czerwiński POL 5.60 Giuseppe Gibilisco ITA 5.60

Long Jump1965 Igor Ter-Ovanesyan URS 7.86 Jean Cochard FRA 7.52 Hans-Helmut Trense FRG 7.511967 Igor Ter-Ovanesyan URS 8.14w Andrzej Stalmach POL 7.88w Josef Schwarz FRG 7.85w1970 Jack Pani FRA 8.09 Klaus Beer GDR 8.07 Josef Schwarz FRG 7.991973 Valeriy Podluzhniy URS 8.20w Hans Baumgartner FRG 8.12 Max Klauss GDR 8.031975 Grzegorz Cybulski POL 8.15 Valeriy Podluzhniy URS 7.92 Peter Rieger GDR 7.701977 Jacques Rousseau FRA 8.05 Valeriy Podluzhniy URS 7.94 Roy Mitchell GBR 7.941979 Lutz Dombrowski GDR 8.31 Grzegorz Cybulski POL 8.03 Valeriy Podluzhniy URS 7.951981 Uwe Lange GDR 7.98 Shamil Abbyasov URS 7.93 Joachim Busse FRG 7.82w1983 László Szalma HUN 8.10w Oganes Stepanyan URS 8.09 Mathias Koch GDR 7.88w1985 Sergey Layevskiy URS 8.19 Jan Leitner TCH 8.00 Uwe Lange GDR 7.961987 Robert Emmiyan URS 8.38 Marco Delonge GDR 8.04 Ivo Krsek TCH 7.981989 Vladimir Ratushkov URS 8.09 Christian Thomas FRG 8.05 Stewart Faulkner GBR 7.971991 Dietmar Haaf GER 8.30w Robert Emmiyan URS 8.01 Giovanni Evangelisti ITA 7.761993 Giovanni Evangelisti ITA 8.04w Ángel Hernández ESP 8.04w Stanislav Tarasenko RUS 7.931994 Oleg Tarasenko RUS 8.02 Dietmar Haaf GER 7.84 Bogdan Tudor ROU 7.781995 Stanislav Tarasenko RUS 8.32w Konstantin Krause GER 8.11 Vitaliy Kirilenko UKR 8.11w1996 Simone Bianchi ITA 8.25 Jesús Oliván ESP 7.97 Bakri Darouèche FRA 7.961997 Kirill Sosunov RUS 8.00 Kostas Koukodimos GRE 7.88 Emmanuel Bangué FRA 7.861998 Kirill Sosunov RUS 8.38 Milan Kovár CZE 8.14 Nathan Morgan GBR 7.851999 Emmanuel Bangué FRA 7.97 Kofi Amoah Prah GER 7.85 Roberto Coltri ITA 7.852000 Vitaliy Shkurlatov RUS 8.22 Kofi Amoah Prah GER 8.15w Peter Häggström SWE 8.08w2001 Danila Burkenya RUS 7.89 Chris Tomlinson GBR 7.67 Grzegorz MarciniszynPOL 7.642002 Chris Tomlinson GBR 8.17 Nicola Trentin ITA 8.15 Salim Sdiri FRA 8.032003 Louis Tsatoumas GRE 8.06 Yago Lamela ESP 7.96 Nils Winter GER 7.852004 Chris Tomlinson GBR 8.28w Salim Sdiri FRA 8.24 Vitaliy Shkurlatov RUS 8.132005 Nils Winter GER 8.06 Salim Sdiri FRA 8.05w Vitaliy Shkurlatov RUS 7.982006 Andrew Howe ITA 8.29 Salim Sdiri FRA 8.15 Marcin Starzak POL 8.092007 Loúis Tsátoumas GRE 8.16 Marcin Starzak POL 7.82 Nils Winter GER 7.702008 Loúis Tsátoumas GRE 8.17 Marcin Starzak POL 8.09 Nils Winter GER 8.052009 Eusebio Cáceres ESP 8.00 Nelson Évora POR 7.94 Loúis Tsátoumas GRE 7.912010 Pavel Shalin RUS 8.26w Kafétien Gomis FRA 8.09 Chris Tomlinson GBR 7.98w

Triple Jump1965 Hans-Jürgen RückbornGDR 16.51 Aleksandr Zolotaryov URS 16.40 Józef Schmidt POL 16.401967 Viktor Sanyeyev URS 16.67 Hans-Jürgen RückbornGDR 16.49 Józef Schmidt POL 16.291970 Jörg Drehmel GDR 17.13 Viktor Sanyeyev URS 17.01 Józef Schmidt POL 16.651973 Viktor Sanyeyev URS 16.90w Jörg Drehmel GDR 16.89 Esa Rinne FIN 16.181975 Viktor Sanyeyev URS 16.97 Christian Valétudié FRA 16.70 Andrzej Sontag POL 16.321977 Anatoliy Piskulin URS 17.09w Pentti Kuukasjärvi FIN 16.32 Eugeniusz Biskupski POL 16.191979 Bernard Lamitié FRA 16.94 Roberto Mazzucato ITA 16.92 Anatoliy Piskulin URS 16.91

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1981 Jaak Uudmäe URS 16.97 Aston Moore GBR 16.86 Milos Srejovic YUG 16.541983 Peter Bouschen FRG 17.12 Zdzislaw Hoffmann POL 16.94 Béla Bakosi HUN 16.861985 John Herbert GBR 17.39 Volker Mai GDR 17.26 Oleg Protsenko URS 16.991987 Oleg Protsenko URS 17.61 Zdzislaw Hoffmann POL 17.06 Peter Bouschen FRG 16.981989 Oleg Sakirkin URS 17.18 Wolfgang Zinser FRG 16.71 Dario Badinelli ITA 16.501991 Ralf Jaros GER 17.66 Jan Cado TCH 16.94 Georges Sainte-Rose FRA 16.931993 Pierre Camara FRA 17.46w Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.27 Ralf Jaros GER 17.181994 Denis Kapustin RUS 17.30 Tord Henriksson SWE 16.99 Serge Hélan FRA 16.921995 Jonathan Edwards GBR 18.43w Jacek Butkiewicz POL 17.14w Arne Holm SWE 16.70w1996 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.79w Vladimir KravchenkoUKR 17.29w Gennadiy Markov RUS 17.12w1997 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.74 Denis Kapustin RUS 17.24 Charles Friedek GER 16.711998 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.29 Jirí Kuntos CZE 16.91 Hrvoje Verzi GER 16.741999 Denis Kapustin RUS 17.40 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.24 Charles Friedek GER 16.972000 Larry Achike GBR 17.31w Fabrizio Donato ITA 17.17w Stamatios Lenis GRE 17.012001 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.26 Christos Meletoglou GRE 17.19 Paolo Camossi ITA 16.972002 Jonathan Edwards GBR 17.19 Fabrizio Donato ITA 17.17 Charles Friedek GER 17.112003 Fabrizio Donato ITA 17.16 Julien Kapek FRA 16.59 Christos Meletoglou GRE 16.522004 Christian Olsson SWE 17.30 Danila Burkenya RUS 17.28 Phillips Idowu GBR 17.10w2005 Charles Friedek GER 17.20 Danila Burkenya RUS 17.06 Sébastien Pincemail FRA 16.832006 Fabrizio Donato ITA 16.99 Viktor Yastrebov UKR 16.91 Julien Kapek FRA 16.802007 Aleksandr PetrenkoRUS 17.29 Phillips Idowu GBR 17.21 Mykola Savolaynen UKR 17.092008 Phillips Idowu GBR 17.46 Colomba Fofana FRA 17.21 Fabrizio Schembri ITA 17.012009 Nelson Évora POR 17.59 Phillips Idowu GBR 17.50 Fabrizio Schembri ITA 16.642010 Viktor Kuznyetsov UKR 17.26 Phillips Idowu GBR 17.12 Teddy Tamgho FRA 17.10

Shot Put1965 Nikolay Karasyov URS 19.19 Alfred Sosgórnik POL 18.37 Pierre Colnard FRA 18.041967 Vilmos Varjú HUN 19.25 Heinfried Birlenbach FRG 19.20 Dieter Prollius GDR 18.821970 Hartmut Briesenick GDR 20.55 Heinfried Birlenbach FRG 19.54 Pierre Colnard FRA 19.441973 Hartmut Briesenick GDR 20.95 Reijo Ståhlberg FIN 20.27 Geoff Capes GBR 19.801975 Geoff Capes GBR 20.75 Heinz-Joachim Rothenburg GDR 20.33 Valeriy Voykin URS 19.471977 Udo Beyer GDR 21.65 Reijo Ståhlberg FIN 20.90 Ralf Reichenbach FRG 20.421979 Udo Beyer GDR 21.13 Ralf Reichenbach FRG 20.27 Aleksandr Baryshnikov URS 20.251981 Udo Beyer GDR 21.41 Yevgeniy Mironov URS 20.33 Ralf Reichenbach FRG 19.701983 Edward Sarul POL 20.54 Ulf Timmermann GDR 20.39 Jânis Bojârs URS 20.161985 Sergey Smirnov URS 22.05 Alessandro Andrei ITA 21.26 Udo Beyer GDR 20.511987 Ulf Timmermann GDR 22.01 Alessandro Andrei ITA 21.46 Remigius Machura TCH 21.401989 Ulf Timmermann GDR 21.72 Karsten Stolz FRG 20.45 Alessandro Andrei ITA 20.031991 Ulf Timmermann GER 20.26 Sergey Smirnov URS 19.91 Alessandro Andrei ITA 19.161993 Aleksandr Bagach UKR 20.15 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.79 Yevgeniy Palchikov RUS 19.641994 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.69 Roman Virastyuk UKR 19.40 Gheorghe Guset ROU 19.231995 Aleksandr Bagach UKR 20.65 Oliver-Sven Buder GER 20.28 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.801996 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 20.72 Oliver-Sven Buder GER 20.08 Yuriy Bilonog UKR 19.861997 Oliver-Sven Buder GER 20.41 Corrado Fantini ITA 19.72 Manuel Martínez ESP 19.291998 Mika Halvari FIN 20.79 Oliver-Sven Buder GER 19.97 Manuel Martínez ESP 19.861999 Oliver-Sven Buder GER 20.53 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.38 Vaios Tigas GRE 18.712000 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.99 Michael Mertens GER 19.71 Jimmy Nordin SWE 19.462001 Manuel Martínez ESP 21.03 Pavel Chumachenko RUS 20.54 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 20.022002 Yuriy Bilonog UKR 20.55 Ville Tiisanoja FIN 20.29 Paolo Dal Soglio ITA 19.872003 Manuel Martínez ESP 21.08 Carl Myerscough GBR 20.72 Pavel Chumachenko RUS 20.122004 Carl Myerscough GBR 20.85 Rutger Smith NED 20.56 Ralf Bartels GER 20.542005 Ralf Bartels GER 20.76 Manuel Martínez ESP 20.28 Petr Stehlík CZE 20.242006 Pavel Sofin RUS 20.59 Manuel Martínez ESP 20.58 Ralf Bartels GER 20.432007 Peter Sack GER 20.28 Carl Myerscough GBR 19.96 Tomasz Majewski POL 19.932008 Peter Sack GER 20.41 Tomasz Majewski POL 20.32 Yves Niaré FRA 20.312009 Tomasz Majewski POL 20.81 Manuel Martínez ESP 20.39 Antonín Zalsky CZE 20.112010 Tomasz Majewski POL 20.63 Ralf Bartels GER 20.61 Yves Niaré FRA 20.35

Discus Throw1965 Zenon Begier POL 58.92 Fritz Kühl GDR 55.92 Kim Bukhantsev URS 55.001967 Edmund PiatkowskiPOL 59.10 Detlef Thorith GDR 57.86 Vitautas Jaras URS 56.601970 Ricky Bruch SWE 64.86 Hein-Direck Neu FRG 61.40 Vladimir Lyakhov URS 59.261973 Pentti Kahma FIN 63.10 Siegfried Pachale GDR 60.48 Bill Tancred GBR 59.061975 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 63.16 Pentti Kahma FIN 62.70 Hein-Direck Neu FRG 62.201977 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 66.86 Nikolay Vikhor URS 61.50 Stanislaw Wolodko POL 61.201979 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 66.76 Alwin Wagner FRG 62.96 Igor Duginyets URS 62.721981 Armin Lemme GDR 64.06 Dmitriy Kovtsun URS 59.60 Alwin Wagner FRG 59.161983 Jürgen Schult GDR 64.96 Alwin Wagner FRG 64.14 Georgiy Kolnootchenko URS 64.04

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1985 Imrich Bugár TCH 66.80 Georgiy Kolnootchenko URS 65.60 Dariusz Juzyszyn POL 65.121987 Vaclovas Kidykas URS 66.80 Jürgen Schult GDR 66.54 Rolf Danneberg FRG 66.181989 Jürgen Schult GDR 66.54 Romas Ubartas URS 63.98 Rolf Danneberg FRG 63.121991 Attila Horváth HUN 65.24 Jürgen Schult GER 63.24 Gejza Valent TCH 62.141993 Lars Riedel GER 66.30 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 63.96 Vladimir Zinchenko UKR 62.421994 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 64.74 Jürgen Schult GER 64.42 Vladimir Zinchenko UKR 62.801995 Lars Riedel GER 68.76 Sergey Lyakhov RUS 63.82 Robert Weir GBR 62.941996 David Martínez ESP 62.38 Sergey Lyakhov RUS 62.20 Jürgen Schult GER 61.961997 Lars Riedel GER 63.36 Robert Weir GBR 61.62 Sergey Lyakhov RUS 59.721998 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 65.14 Jürgen Schult GER 64.37 Diego Fortuna ITA 62.491999 Jürgen Schult GER 65.68 Aleksandr BorichevskiyRUS 63.26 Diego Fortuna ITA 63.032000 Lars Riedel GER 63.30 Róbert Fazekas HUN 62.15 Vitaliy Sidorov RUS 60.912001 Lars Riedel GER 66.63 Mario Pestano ESP 65.60 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 65.262002 Michael MöllenbeckGER 66.82 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 62.03 Olgierd Stanski POL 60.882003 Dmitriy Shevchenko RUS 65.39 Michael MöllenbeckGER 65.26 Andrzej Krawczyk POL 61.272004 Michael MöllenbeckGER 64.42 Rutger Smith NED 63.68 Carl Myerscough GBR 61.682005 Mario Pestano ESP 66.29 Michael MöllenbeckGER 64.12 Diego Fortuna ITA 61.062006 Piotr Malachowski POL 66.21 Lars Riedel GER 63.47 Mario Pestano ESP 62.352007 Piotr Malachowski POL 66.09 Robert Harting GER 63.90 Aleksandr Borichevskiy RUS 60.792008 Mario Pestano ESP 68.34 Robert Harting GER 65.25 Piotr Malachowski POL 63.202009 Piotr Malachowski POL 66.24 Robert Harting GER 65.40 Mario Pestano ESP 64.662010 Robert Harting GER 66.80 Piotr Malachowski POL 65.55 Bogdan Pishchalnikov RUS 63.72

Hammer Throw1965 Romuald Klim URS 67.68 Uwe Beyer FRG 67.28 Martin Lotz GDR 65.461967 Romuald Klim URS 70.58 Gyula Zsivótzky HUN 68.12 Uwe Beyer FRG 66.801970 Anatoliy BondarchukURS 70.46 Uwe Beyer FRG 69.46 Reinhard Theimer GDR 69.321973 Anatoliy BondarchukURS 74.08 Reinhard Theimer GDR 72.06 Jacques Accambray FRA 71.901975 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG 77.50 Valentin Dmitrenko URS 77.22 Jochen Sachse GDR 76.041977 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG 75.90 Jochen Sachse GDR 74.60 Yuriy Sedykh URS 73.601979 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG 78.66 Sergey Litvinov URS 76.90 Roland Steuk GDR 75.761981 Yuriy Sedykh URS 77.68 Karl-Hans Riehm FRG 75.86 Roland Steuk GDR 73.341983 Sergey Litvinov URS 81.52 Zdzislaw Kwasny POL 80.18 Günther Rodehau GDR 77.581985 Jüri Tamm URS 82.90 Frantisek Vrbka TCH 80.38 Matthias Moder GDR 77.881987 Sergey Litvinov URS 82.28 Ralf Haber GDR 79.76 Christoph Sahner FRG 75.281989 Heinz Weis FRG 79.86 Igor Astapkovich URS 79.68 Ralf Haber GDR 77.761991 Igor Astapkovich URS 81.60 Tibor Gécsek HUN 76.90 Enrico Sgrulletti ITA 76.161993 Sergey Litvinov RUS 80.78 Christophe Épalle FRA 76.08 Andrey Skvaruk UKR 76.001994 Vasiliy Sidorenko RUS 78.76 Andrey Skvaruk UKR 78.20 Christophe Épalle FRA 78.161995 Ilya Konovalov RUS 79.66 Vadim Kolesnikov UKR 77.00 Karsten Kobs GER 76.321996 Karsten Kobs GER 78.18 Marko Wahlman FIN 77.72 Enrico Sgrulletti ITA 77.441997 Heinz Weis GER 81.42 Vadim Khersontsev RUS 78.48 Alexandros Papadimitriou GRE 74.121998 Heinz Weis GER 79.68 Ilya Konovalov RUS 79.68 Enrico Sgrulletti ITA 78.131999 Christos PolychroniouGRE 79.72 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 78.67 Karsten Kobs GER 78.182000 Christophe Épalle FRA 78.51 Alexandros Papadimitriou GRE 77.64 Karsten Kobs GER 77.552001 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 80.87 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 80.13 Christos Polychroniou GRE 78.342002 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen FIN 79.25 Andrey Skvaruk UKR 79.04 Maciej Palyszko POL 78.252003 Karsten Kobs GER 80.63 Wojciech KondratowiczPOL 78.37 Alexandros Papadimitriou GRE 78.112004 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 77.27 Markus Esser GER 76.97 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 76.162005 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 79.14 Ilya Konovalov RUS 76.78 Markus Esser GER 76.112006 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 79.31 Andrey Skvaruk UKR 78.71 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen FIN 77.082007 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 77.99 Markus Esser GER 74.68 Aléxandros Papadimitríou GRE 73.832008 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 79.26 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 77.32 Markus Esser GER 75.072009 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 78.15 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 78.01 Markus Esser GER 77.622010 Pavel Kryvitski BLR 77.79 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 77.54 Markus Esser GER 75.79

Javelin Throw (new model from 1987)1965 Jânis Lûsis URS 82.56 Janusz Sidlo POL 81.18 Manfred Stolle GDR 79.981967 Jânis Lûsis URS 85.38 Manfred Stolle GDR 81.14 Gergely Kulcsár HUN 79.461970 Wladyslaw Nikiciuk POL 82.46 Jânis Lûsis URS 81.74 Klaus Wolfermann FRG 80.901973 Klaus Wolfermann FRG 90.68 Jânis Lûsis URS 88.48 Hannu Siitonen FIN 84.081975 Nikolay Grebnyev URS 84.30 Piotr Bielczyk POL 82.00 Seppo Hovinen FIN 81.021977 Nikolay Grebnyev URS 87.18 Piotr Bielczyk POL 79.62 Michael Wessing FRG 79.561979 Wolfgang Hanisch GDR 88.68 Michael Wessing FRG 87.38 Aleksandr Makarov URS 82.261981 Detlef Michel GDR 90.86 Dainis Kûla URS 88.40 Michal Waclawik POL 88.261983 Detlef Michel GDR 85.72 Heino Puuste URS 85.54 Klaus Tafelmeier FRG 84.201985 Uwe Hohn GDR 92.88 Viktor Yevsyukov URS 88.26 Zdenek Adamec TCH 86.081987 Viktor Yevsyukov URS 84.86 Klaus Tafelmeier FRG 83.30 Jan Zelezny TCH 81.18

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1989 Steve Backley GBR 82.92 Jan Zelezny TCH 79.44 Volker Hadwich GDR 79.381991 Jan Zelezny TCH 82.84 Viktor Zaytsev URS 82.68 Peter Blank GER 82.421993 Jan Zelezny CZE 89.84 Mick Hill GBR 80.76 Andrey Shevchuk RUS 79.161994 Andrey Moruyev RUS 87.34 Raymond Hecht GER 85.40 Mick Hill GBR 85.281995 Raymond Hecht GER 87.24 Andrey Moruyev RUS 82.80 Steve Backley GBR 81.961996 Raymond Hecht GER 88.86 Sergey Makarov RUS 84.96 Harri Hakkarainen FIN 81.441997 Steve Backley GBR 86.86 Kostas Gatsioudis GRE 86.10 Boris Henry GER 85.421998 Boris Henry GER 84.77 Sergey Makarov RUS 84.37 Aki Parviainen FIN 84.331999 Raymond Hecht GER 86.05 Sergey Makarov RUS 85.44 Kostas Gatsioudis GRE 84.872000 Sergey Makarov RUS 89.92 Kostas Gatsioudis GRE 84.56 Boris Henry GER 82.832001 Kostas Gatsioudis GRE 88.33 Sergey Makarov RUS 83.24 Raymond Hecht GER 83.052002 Sergey Makarov RUS 88:24. Steve Backley GBR 85.03 Boris Henry GER 83.902003 Sergey Makarov RUS 85.86 Christian Nicolay GER 81.93 Dariusz Trafas POL 79.362004 Aleksandr Ivanov RUS 82.55 Peter Esenwein GER 82.43 Francesco Pignata ITA 76.872005 Mark Frank GER 82.38 Aleksandr Ivanov RUS 81.96 Francesco Pignata ITA 81.672006 Tero Pitkämäki FIN 85.30 Sergey Makarov RUS 82.43 Igor Janik POL 79.302007 Aleksandr Ivanov RUS 82.57 Vitolio Tipotio FRA 79.69 Igor Janik POL 78.702008 Peter Esenwein GER 79.23 Laurent Dorique FRA 75.97 Igor Janik POL 75.652009 Mark Frank GER 78.63 Ilya Korotkov RUS 77.56 Igor Janik POL 76.482010 Matthias De Zordo GER 83.80 Andreas Thorkildsen NOR 82.98 Ari Mannio FIN 81.71

4 x 100 Metres Relay1965 USSR 39.4 Poland 39.5 FRG 39.51967 France 39.2 FRG 39.3 GDR 39.41970 GDR 39.4 Poland 39.5 FRG 39.61973 GDR 39.45 FRG 39.49 Great Britain & NI 39.861975 GDR 38.98 USSR 39.00 Italy 39.321977 GDR 38.84 USSR 39.27 Poland 39.741979 Poland 38.47 GDR 38.70 France 38.711981 Poland 38.66 USSR 38.80 France 38.831983 Italy 38.86 Great Britain & NI 38.88 Poland 38.971985 USSR 38.28 GDR 38.53 Italy 38.881987 USSR 38.42 GDR 39.03 Italy 39.551989 Great Britain & NI 38.39 France 38.46 Italy 38.981991 France 38.67 USSR 38.87 Italy 38.891993 Great Britain & NI 38.53 France 38.72 Russia 38.891994 Great Britain & NI 38.72 Ukraine 38.79 Germany 38.811995 Great Britain & NI 38.73 Germany 39.12 Italy 39.191996 Ukraine 38.53 Italy 38.66 Great Britain & NI 38.671997 Italy 38.80 Norway 38.96 Great Britain & NI 38.971998 Great Britain & NI 38.56 France 38.90 Russia 39.131999 Great Britain & NI 38.16 Greece 38.61 Germany 38.882000 Great Britain & NI 38.41 Greece 38.67 Italy 39.172001 Italy 38.89 Great Britain & NI 38.99 Poland 39.002002 Germany 38.88 Italy 38.89 Poland 39.082003 Italy 38.42 Poland 38.45 Great Britain & NI 38.602004 Great Britain & NI 38.67 Poland 38.68 Germany 38.762005 Great Britain & NI 38.67 Italy 38.69 France 38.782006 Poland 39.07 Italy 39.14 Great Britain & NI 39.312007 Great Britain & NI 38.30 France 38.40 Germany 38.562008 Great Britain & NI 38.48 Poland 38.61 Italy 38.732009a Germany 38.78 France 38.80 Poland 39.112009b Italy 38.77 Portugal 39.02 Spain 39.882010a Italy 38.83 Great Britain & NI 39.00 Poland 39.092010b Germany 39.07 Spain 40.04 Finland 40.06

4 x 400 Metres Relay1965 FRG 3:08.3 Poland 3:08.7 USSR 3:09.01967 Poland 3:04.4 FRG 3:04.5 GDR 3:05.81970 Poland 3:05.1 USSR 3:06.3 GDR 3:07.11973 FRG 3:04.25 USSR 3:05.11 Great Britain & NI 3:06.271975 Great Britain & NI 3:02.9 FRG 3:03.4 Finland 3:04.11977 FRG 3:02.66 GDR 3:03.23 Poland 3:03.831979 FRG 3:01.91 GDR 3:02.15 USSR 3:02.351981 Italy 3:01.42 USSR 3:01.69 Great Britain & NI 3:02.931983 Great Britain & NI 3:02.28 GDR 3:02.62 USSR 3:02.771985 FRG 3:00.36 GDR 3:00.48 Great Britain & NI 3:03.311987 GDR 3:00.80 Great Britain & NI 3:01.12 FRG 3:01.32

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1989 Great Britain & NI 3:03.16 FRG 3:03.33 GDR 3:04.211991 Great Britain & NI 3:00.58 USSR 3:01.80 Italy 3:02.321993 Great Britain & NI 3:00.25 Russia 3:00.75 France 3:00.941994 Great Britain & NI 3:02.50 Russia 3:03.57 France 3:03.741995 Great Britain & NI 3:00.34 Italy 3:04.27 Germany 3:04.281996 Great Britain & NI 3:03.38 Germany 3:03.53 France 3:05.051997 Great Britain & NI 2:59.46 Italy 3:02.60 Russia 3:03.091998 Great Britain & NI 3:00.95 Italy 3:03.45 France 3:03.571999 Great Britain & NI 3:00.61 Poland 3:01.06 Russia 3:01.572000 France 3:04.50 Great Britain & NI 3:05.24 Hungary 3:05.882001 Poland 3:01.79 Russia 3:02.09 Germany 3:02.712002 Great Britain & NI 3:00.57 Germany 3:00.80 France 3:00.922003 Great Britain & NI 3:02.43 Greece 3:02.69 Germany 3:02.832004 Germany 3:01.78 Russia 3:01.88 Poland 3:02.052005 Great Britain & NI 3:00.51 Poland 3:01.33 France 3:01.652006 France 3:03.59 Poland 3:03.86 Italy 3:04.272007 Poland 3:01.70 Germany 3:01.77 Great Britain & NI 3:01.922008 France 3:02.33 Great Britain & NI 3:02.66 Germany 3:03.042009a Great Britain & NI 3:00.82 Germany 3:02.30 Russia 3:02.422009b Ukraine 3:05.84 Greece 3:07.11 Czech Repubic 3:07.232010a Russia 3:01.72 Great Britain & NI 3:03.50 Ukraine 3:04.212010b Germany 3:04.90 Greece 3:06.38 Spain 3:09.37

WOMEN100 Metres1965 Ewa Klobukowska POL 11.3 Erika Pollmann FRG 11.6 Galina Mitrokhina URS 11.6 0.51967 Irena Kirszenstein POL 11.2 Renate Heldt GDR 11.5 Margit Nemesházi HUN 11.6 0.51970 Ingrid Mickler FRG 11.3 Renate Meissner GDR 11.4 Györgyi Balogh HUN 11.6 0.31973 Renate Meissner/Stecher GDR 11.25 Annegret Richter FRG 11.32 Marina Sidorova URS 11.40 1.31975 Renate Stecher GDR 11.29 Andrea Lynch GBR 11.37 Irena Kirszenstein/Szewinska POL 11.41 -0.51977 Marlies Oelsner GDR 11.07 Sonia Lannaman GBR 11.22 Irena Szewinska POL 11.26 1.01979 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr GDR 11.03 Lyudmila Kondratyeva URS 11.15 Annegret Richter FRG 11.22 0.31981 Marlies Göhr GDR 11.17 Kathy Smallwood GBR 11.27 Olga Zolotaryova URS 11.36 -1.01983 Marlies Göhr GDR 11.28 Anelia Nuneva BUL 11.33 Kathy Smallwood/CookGBR 11.39 -1.01985 Marlies Göhr GDR 10.95 Marina Zhirova URS 10.98 Anelia Nuneva BUL 11.14 0.11987 Marlies Göhr GDR 10.95 Anelia Nuneva BUL 11.08 Ulrike Sarvari FRG 11.30 -0.41989 Katrin Krabbe GDR 11.14 Paula Dunn GBR 11.24 Irina Sergeyeva URS 11.26 <0.01991 Irina Privalova URS 11.29 Katrin Krabbe GER 11.45 Anelia Nuneva BUL 11.74 -2.71993 Irina Privalova RUS 11.08 Marie-José Pérec FRA 11.27 Zhanna TarnopolskayaUKR 11.29 -0.31994 Zhanna TarnopolskayaUKR 11.26 Katharine Merry GBR 11.34 Melanie Paschke GER 11.37 0.81995 Melanie Paschke GER 11.08 Yekaterina Leshchova RUS 11.16 Delphine Combe FRA 11.30 2.01996 Marina TrandenkovaRUS 11.14 Melanie Paschke GER 11.19 Irina Pukha UKR 11.25 0.31997 Natalya Voronova RUS 11.18 Andrea Philipp GER 11.23 Natalya Safronnikova BLR 11.41 0.81998 Irina Privalova RUS 11.04 Christine Arron FRA 11.14 Andrea Philipp GER 11.26 1.21999 Christine Arron FRA 10.97 Natalya Ignatova RUS 11.22 Joice Maduaka GBR 11.24 0.52000 Ekaterini Thanou GRE 10.84w Christine Arron FRA 11.02 Manuela Levorato ITA 11.13 2.92001 Marina Kislova RUS 11.23w Natalya Safronnikova BLR 11.26 Katia Benth FRA 11.38 2.82002 Muriel Hurtis FRA 10.96 Manuela Levorato ITA 11.20 Yuliya Tabakova RUS 11.24 0.42003 Christine Arron FRA 11.07 Marina Kislova RUS 11.19 Glory Alozie ESP 11.29 -1.32004 Christine Arron FRA 11.23 Yuliya Tabakova RUS 11.39 Glory Alozie ESP 11.49 -1.92005 Christine Arron FRA 11.09 Olga Fyodorova RUS 11.21 Maria Karastamati GRE 11.30 1.32006 Yuliya Gushchina RUS 11.13w Joice Maduaka GBR 11.29 Fabienne Beret-Martinel FRA 11.35 2.42007 Yevgeniya Polyakova RUS 11.20 Verena Sailer GER 11.35 Natallia Safronnikava BLR 11.36 1.12008 Yulia Nesterenko BLR 11.17 Emma Ania GBR 11.22 Yevgeniya Polyakova RUS 11.26 1.32009a Emily Freeman GBR 11.42 Nataliya PogrebnyakUKR 11.49 Marika Popowicz POL 11.51 0.62009b Carima Louami FRA 11.50 Maria Aurora Salvagno ITA 11.51 Sónia Tavares POR 11.57 1.12010a Véronique Mang FRA 11.23w Ezinne Okparaebo NOR 11.30 Yeoryía Koklóni GRE 11.31 2.42010b Laura Turner GBR 11.31 Digna Luz Murillo ESP 11.45 Daria Korczyńska POL 11.51 1.3

200 Metres1965 Ewa Klobukowska POL 23.0 Ingrid Becker FRG 24.0 Vera Popkova URS 24.11967 Irena Kirszenstein POL 23.0 Annamária Tóth HUN 23.4 Vera Popkova URS 23.4 0.51970 Renate Meissner GDR 23.1 Ingrid Mickler FRG 23.3 Györgyi Balogh HUN 23.3 0.21973 Renate Meissner/Stecher GDR 22.81 Marina Sidorova URS 22.93 Helen Golden GBR 23.14 0.81975 Renate Stecher GDR 22.63 Irena Kirszenstein/Szewinska POL 22.84 Annegret Richter FRG 23.28 -0.81977 Irena Szewinska POL 22.71 Sonia Lannaman GBR 22.83 Bärbel Eckert GDR 22.99 -0.81979 Lyudmila Kondratyeva URS 22.40 Marlies Göhr GDR 22.50 Annegret Richter FRG 22.75 0.21981 Bärbel Eckert/Wöckel GDR 22.19 Kathy Smallwood GBR 22.65 Natalya Bochina URS 23.08 -1.6

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1983 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 22.40 Marita Koch GDR 22.40 Kathy Smallwood/Cook GBR 22.57 -1.71985 Marita Koch GDR 22.02 Elvira Barbashina URS 22.70 Ewa Kasprzyk POL 22.72 0.21987 Silke Gladisch GDR 21.99 Nadezhda Georgieva BUL 22.50 Ewa Kasprzyk POL 22.63 1.31989 Silke Gladisch/Möller GDR 23.00 Paula Dunn GBR 23.45 Ewa Kasprzyk POL 23.72 -1.81991 Irina Privalova URS 22.48 Andrea Thomas GER 23.08 Maguy Nestoret FRA 23.22 -3.41993 Irina Privalova RUS 22.30 Marie-José Pérec FRA 22.30 Silke Knoll GER 22.89 0.81994 Silke Knoll GER 23.04 Katharine Merry GBR 23.38 Oksana DyachenkoRUS 23.65 -2.91995 Silke Knoll GER 22.45 Marina TrandenkovaRUS 22.67 Viktoriya Fomenko UKR 22.75 0.81996 Marie-José Pérec FRA 22.34 Melanie Paschke GER 22.55 Katharine Merry GBR 22.88 1.61997 Christine Arron FRA 22.89 Andrea Philipp GER 22.98 Marina TrandenkovaRUS 23.16 -0.21998 Erika Suchovská CZE 22.96 Sylviane Félix FRA 22.96 Melanie Paschke GER 22.98 -0.91999 Svetlana Goncharenko RUS 22.59 Sabrina Mulrain GER 22.73 Muriel Hurtis FRA 22.83 0.72000 Muriel Hurtis FRA 22.70 Natalya Voronova RUS 22.81 Andrea Philipp GER 22.88 -0.32001 Natalya Safronnikova BLR 22.68 Ionela Tîrlea ROU 22.85 Svetlana Goncharenko RUS 22.87 0.32002 Muriel Hurtis FRA 22.51 Manuela Levorato ITA 22.76 Sina Schielke GER 22.91 0.62003 Anastasiya Kapachinskaya RUS 22.71 Ionela Tîrlea ROU 22.78 Muriel Hurtis FRA 22.89 -0.42004 Muriel Hurtis FRA 22.78 Natalya Antyukh RUS 22.83 Anzhela Kravchenko UKR 23.10 0.62005 Christine Arron FRA 22.84 Yelena Bolsun RUS 23.00 Marina Maydanova UKR 23.01 -0.62006 Olga Zaytseva RUS 22.73 Angela Morosanu ROU 22.91 Monika Bejnar POL 22.97 0.62007 Muriel Hurtis-Houairi FRA 22.83 Natalya Rusakova RUS 22.92 Iryna Shtanhyeyeva UKR 23.12 -2.02008 Muriel Hurtis-Houairi FRA 22.75 Christine Ohuruogu GBR 23.23 Natalya Rusakova RUS 23.29 -0.22009a Yuliya Gushchina RUS 23.01 Marta Jeschke POL 23.34 Christine Ohuruogu GBR 23.40 0.92009b Muriel Hurtis-Houairi FRA 23.53 Sónia Tavares POR 23.82 Estela García ESP 23.99 -0.42010a Yelizaveta BryzginaUKR 22.71 Yuliya Chermoshanskaya RUS 22.86 Lina Jacques-Sébastien FRA 23.06 1.82010b Anne Möllinger GER 23.79 Andriána Férra GRE 23.88 Giulia Arcioni ITA 23.91 0.7

400 Metres1965 Mariya Itkina URS 54.0 Hilde Slaman NED 54.6 Gertrude Schmidt GDR 54.91967 Lillian Board GBR 53.7 Antónia Munkácsi HUN 54.1 Lyudmila SamotyesovaURS 54.31970 Helga Fischer GDR 53.2 Christel Frese FRG 53.5 Vera Popkova URS 54.01973 Monika Zehrt GDR 51.75 Lilyana Tomova BUL 52.33 Nadezhda KolesnikovaURS 52.351975 Irena Szewinska POL 50.50 Ellen Streidt GDR 50.61 Donna Murray GBR 51.301977 Marita Koch GDR 49.53 Marina Sidorova URS 51.20 Donna Murray/Hartley GBR 51.621979 Marita Koch GDR 48.60 Mariya Kulchunova URS 49.63 Irena Szewinska POL 51.271981 Marita Koch GDR 49.43 Gaby Bussmann FRG 50.83 Irina Nazarova URS 51.311983 Tatána Kocembová TCH 49.33 Mariya Kulchunova/Pinigina URS 49.63 Gaby Bussmann FRG 51.091985 Olga Vladykina URS 48.60 Kirsten Emmelmann GDR 50.20 Rositsa Stamenova BUL 51.751987 Petra Müller GDR 49.91 Mariya Pinigina URS 50.46 Rositsa Stamenova BUL 51.231989 Grit Breuer GDR 50.52 Linda Keough GBR 51.66 Helga Arendt FRG 51.801991 Marie-José Pérec FRA 49.32 Grit Breuer GER 49.87 Olga Nazarova URS 51.171993 Yelena Ruzina RUS 51.54 Elsa Devassoigne FRA 51.92 Linda Keough GBR 52.141994 Svetlana Goncharenko RUS 52.08 Melanie Neef GBR 52.43 Francine Landre FRA 52.861995 Melanie Neef GBR 51.35 Yuliya Sotnikova RUS 51.81 Yelena Rurak UKR 52.921996 Grit Breuer GER 50.22 Anna Kozak BLR 50.94 Sandra Myers ESP 51.101997 Grit Breuer GER 50.38 Donna Fraser GBR 51.51 Olga Kotlyarova RUS 51.531998 Helena Fuchsová CZE 51.33 Irina Rosikhina RUS 51.48 Allison Curbishley GBR 51.481999 Ionela Tîrlea ROU 50.69 Olga Kotlyarova RUS 51.19 Anja Rücker GER 51.282000 Svetlana Pospelova RUS 50.63 Donna Fraser GBR 51.78 Uta Rohländer GER 52.172001 Grit Breuer GER 50.49 Francine Landre FRA 51.21 Natalya Antyukh RUS 51.372002 Antonina Yefremova UKR 50.70 Grazyna Prokopek POL 51.34 Francine Landre FRA 51.782003 Svetlana Pospelova RUS 50.85 Lee McConnell GBR 51.37 Chrysoula GoudenoudiGRE 52.112004 Olga Kotlyarova RUS 50.09 Antonina Yefremova UKR 51.79 Solen Désert FRA 52.092005 Natalya Antyukh RUS 50.67 Antonina Yefremova UKR 51.56 Dimitra Dova GRE 51.892006 Svetlana Pospelova RUS 50.77 Nicola Sanders GBR 51.92 Claudia Hoffmann GER 52.812007 Faní Halkiá GRE 51.85 Zhanna KashcheyevaRUS 51.87 Yulyana Yuschanka BLR 52.092008 Nicola Sanders GBR 51.17 Nataliya Pyhyda UKR 51.57 Tatyana VeshkurovaRUS 52.002009a Libania Grenot ITA 51.16 Nataliya Pygyda UKR 51.86 Lee McConnell GBR 51.922009b Lyudmila Litvinova RUS 51.23 Jolanta Wójcik POL 53.82 Aauri Lorena Bokesa ESP 53.942010a Kseniya Ustalova RUS 51.79 Antonina Yefremova UKR 52.47 Svetlana Usovich BLR 52.912010b Kim Wall GBR 53.48 Agata Bednarek POL 54.59 Agní Dervéni GRE 54.71

800 Metres1965 Hannelore Suppe GDR 2:04.3 Ilja Laman NED 2:04.6 Antje Gleichfeld FRG 2:04.71967 Laine Erik URS 2:06.8 Danuta Sobieska POL 2:07.0 Anita Rottmüller FRG 2:07.21970 Hildegard Janze FRG 2:04.9 Sheila Carey GBR 2:05.3 Barbara Wieck GDR 2:05.41973 Gunhild Hoffmeister GDR 1:58.94 Svetla Zlateva BUL 1:59.05 Nijolé Sabaité URS 2:02.171975 Mariana Suman ROU 2:00.6 Ulrike Klapezynski GDR 2:00.7 Lilyana Tomova BUL 2:01.11977 Christina Liebetrau GDR 2:00.17 Totka Petrova BUL 2:00.18 Svetlana Styrkina URS 2:00.96

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1979 Nikolina Shtereva BUL 1:56.29 Yekaterina Poryvkina URS 1:57.57 Anita Weiss GDR 1:57.921981 Martina Steuk GDR 1:57.16 Lyudmila Veselkova URS 1:57.25 Jolanta Januchta POL 1:58.501983 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 1:58.79 Antje Schröder GDR 1:59.53 Margrit Klinger FRG 1:59.641985 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 1:55.91 Nadezhda Olizarenko URS 1:56.63 Christine Wachtel GDR 1:56.711987 Tatyana Samolenko URS 1:59.26 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 1:59.26 Christine Wachtel GDR 1:59.541989 Doina Melinte ROU 1:58.04 Sigrun Wodars GDR 1:58.55 Dalia Matuseviciené URS 1:59.741991 Ella Kovacs ROU 1:59.01 Christine Wachtel GER 1:59.61 Svetlana Masterkova URS 1:59.691993 Ella Kovacs ROU 1:57.5 Lyubov Kremlyova RUS 1:59.8 Yelena Storchovaya UKR 2:00.11994 Diane Modahl GBR 2:02.81 Patricia Djaté FRA 2:02.95 Yelena ZavadskayaUKR 2:04.431995 Yelena Afanasyeva RUS 1:59.26 Patricia Djaté FRA 1:59.73 Natalya Dukhnova BLR 2:00.071996 Svetlana Masterkova RUS 1:57.87 Kelly Holmes GBR 1:58.20 Natalya Dukhnova BLR 1:59.701997 Yelena Afanasyeva RUS 1:59.93 Irina Lishchinskaya UKR 2:00.71 Linda Kisabaka GER 2:01.071998 Larisa Mikhaylova RUS 1:58.01 Irina Lishchinskaya UKR 1:59.15 Ludmila Formanová CZE 1:59.441999 Natalya Tsyganova RUS 1:58.18 Helena Fuchsová CZE 1:58.81 Viviane Dorsile FRA 2:00.372000 Irina Mistyukevich RUS 2:02.52 Linda Kisabaka GER 2:03.88 Patricia Djaté FRA 2:04.442001 Irina Mistyukevich RUS 1:59.09 Ivonne Teichmann GER 1:59.39 Natalya Dukhnova BLR 1:59.952002 Irina Mistyukevich RUS 1:59.76 Elisabeth Grousselle FRA 1:59.95 Ivonne Teichmann GER 2:00.072003 Claudia Gesell GER 2:00.85 Maria Cioncan ROU 2:01.02 Mayte Martínez ESP 2:01.632004 Olga Raspopova RUS 2:00.24 Claudia Gesell GER 2:01.27 Susan Scott GBR 2:01.352005 Maria Cioncan ROU 2:00.88 Monika Gradzki GER 2:01.00 Svetlana Klyuka RUS 2:01.022006 Svetlana Klyuka RUS 2:01.99 Monika Gradzki GER 2:04.13 Mayte Martínez ESP 2:04.162007 Svetlana Usovich BLR 2:00.71 Yuliya Krevsun UKR 2:01.12 Oksana Zbrozhek RUS 2:01.142008 Jenny Meadows GBR 2:01.20 Élodie Guégan FRA 2:01.65 Anna Rostkowska POL 2:01.822009 Yuliya Krevsun UKR 1:58.62 Yekaterina Kostetskaya RUS 1:59.43 Élodie Guégan FRA 1:59.792010 Nataliya Lupu UKR 2:02.74 Svetlana Klyuka RUS 2:03.49 Elisa Cusma Piccione ITA 2:03.91

1500 Metres1970 Ellen Tittel FRG 4:16.3 Gunhild Hoffmeister GDR 4:16.5 Lyudmila Bragina URS 4:17.21973 Tonka Petrova BUL 4:09.02 Karin Krebs GDR 4:09.37 Lyudmila Bragina URS 4:10.111975 Waltraud Strotzer GDR 4:08.0 Natalia Andrei ROU 4:08.4 Tatyana Kazankina URS 4:08.91977 Tatyana Kazankina URS 4:04.35 Ulrike Bruns GDR 4:04.52 Natalia Andrei/Marasescu ROU 4:05.081979 Totka Petrova BUL 4:03.13 Giana Romanova URS 4:03.38 Natalia Marasescu ROU 4:03.741981 Tamara Sorokina URS 4:01.37 Ulrike Bruns GDR 4:02.21 Anna Bukis POL 4:04.381983 Nadezhda Ralldugina URS 4:07.61 Christiane Wartenberg GDR 4:07.86 Totka Petrova BUL 4:08.021985 Ravilya AgletdinovaURS 3:58.40 Christina Boxer GBR 4:02.58 Hildegard Körner GDR 4:03.551987 Kirsty Wade GBR 4:09.03 Tatyana Samolenko URS 4:09.60 Andrea Lange GDR 4:09.821989 Doina Melinte ROU 4:05.83 Yvonne Mai GDR 4:06.50 Svetlana Kitova URS 4:07.621991 Doina Melinte ROU 4:00.83 Natalya Artyomova URS 4:01.01 Ellen Kiessling GER 4:05.131993 Vera Chuvashova RUS 4:16.03 Violeta Beclea ROU 4:16.36 Yvonne Murray GBR 4:17.511994 Lyubov Kremlyova RUS 4:05.97 Kelly Holmes GBR 4:06.48 Violeta Beclea ROU 4:09.261995 Kelly Holmes GBR 4:07.02 Yekaterina Podkopayeva RUS 4:07.88 Svetlana Miroshnik UKR 4:07.941996 Olga Churbanova RUS 4:09.57 Sylvia Kühnemund GER 4:10.22 Frédérique Quentin FRA 4:10.491997 Kelly Holmes GBR 4:04.79 Gabriela Szabo ROU 4:06.25 Irina Biryukova RUS 4:07.981998 Olga Komyagina RUS 4:05.88 Paula Radcliffe GBR 4:05.92 Andrea Suldesová CZE 4:06.251999 Gabriela Szabo ROU 4:13.63 Anna Jakubczak POL 4:13.90 Margarita Marusova RUS 4:15.402000 Helen Pattinson GBR 4:12.05 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 4:12.20 Kristina de Fonseca-Wollheim GER 4:13.112001 Violeta Beclea/Szekely ROU 4:06.43 Olga Yegorova RUS 4:06.59 Hayley Tullett GBR 4:07.832002 Maria Cioncan ROU 4:03.74 Lidia Chojecka POL 4:04.84 Tatyana Tomashova RUS 4:05.142003 Natalia Rodríguez ESP 4:07.18 Helen Pattinson/Clitheroe GBR 4:08.18 Konstantina EfentakiGRE 4:09.062004 Iris María Fuentes-Pila ESP 4:08.05 Maria Martins FRA 4:08.12 Yuliya Kosenkova RUS 4:08.592005 Yuliya Chizhenko RUS 4:06.76 Maria Cioncan ROU 4:07.39 Bouchra Ghezielle FRA 4:08.022006 Yuliya Chizhenko RUS 4:14.39 Latifa Essarokh FRA 4:14.76 Natalya Tobias UKR 4:15.362007 Sylwia Ejdys POL 4:17.05 Maria Martins FRA 4:17.23 Iris María Fuentes-Pila ESP 4:17.752008 Sylwia Ejdys POL 4:19.17 Nataliya Tobias UKR 4:19.70 Susan Scott GBR 4:19.832009 Anna Alminova RUS 4:07.59 Nuria Fernández ESP 4:08.00 Elisa Cusma Piccione ITA 4:08.722010 Anna Mishchenko UKR 4:05.32 Hannah England GBR 4:05.70 Natalya Koreyvo BLR 4:07.98

3000 Metres1977 Lyudmila Bragina URS 8:49.86 Maricica Puica ROU 8:50.96 Gabriele Meinel GDR 8:53.911979 Svetlana Guskova URS 8:52.00 Maricica Puica ROU 8:52.66 Vesela Yatsinska BUL 8:52.891981 Angelika Zauber GDR 8:49.61 Yelena Sipatova URS 8:49.99 Paula Fudge GBR 8:54.591983 Tatyana Kazankina URS 8:49.27 Ulrike Bruns GDR 8:49.71 Jane Furniss GBR 8:51.581985 Zola Budd GBR 8:35.32 Zamira Zaytseva URS 8:35.74 Ulrike Bruns GDR 8:36.511987 Ulrike Bruns GDR 8:44.48 Yvonne Murray GBR 8:48.15 Olga Bondarenko URS 8:48.541989 Paula Ivan ROU 8:38.48 Yvonne Murray GBR 8:44.34 Natalya Artyomova URS 9:03.391991 Margareta Keszeg ROU 8:44.47 Uta Pippig GER 8:45.40 Lyubov Kremlyova URS 8:49.721993 Margareta Keszeg ROU 8:51.88 Yelena Kopytova RUS 8:52.27 Alison Wyeth GBR 8:52.981994 Lyudmila Borisova RUS 8:52.21 Farida Fatès FRA 8:53.40 Sonia McGeorge GBR 8:55.47

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1995 Not held1996 Blandine Bitzner-Ducret FRA 8:59.82 Petra Wassiluk GER 9:02.91 Marta Domínguez ESP 9:06.271997 Roberta Brunet ITA 8:51.66 Kristina de Fonseca-Wollheim GER 8:52.20 Paula Radcliffe GBR 8:52.791998 Olga Yegorova RUS 9:04.03 Blandine Bitzner-Ducret FRA 9:06.74 Luminita Zaituc GER 9:10.181999 Gabriela Szabo ROU 8:36.35 Lidia Chojecka POL 8:38.77 Olga Yegorova RUS 8:40.512000 Gabriela Szabo ROU 8:43.33 Galina BogomolovaRUS 8:43.45 Hayley Tullett GBR 8:45.392001 Kathy Butler GBR 9:03.71 Maria Cristina Grosu ROU 9:04.91 Fatima Yvelain FRA 9:05.302002 Gabriela Szabo ROU 8:38.03 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 8:39.84 Lidia Chojecka POL 8:49.952003 Olga Yegorova RUS 8:55.73 Hayley Tullett GBR 8:57.45 Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER 8:57.692004 Gulnara Samitova RUS 8:49.48 Lidia Chojecka POL 8:52.60 Zulema Fuentes-Pila ESP 8:59.202005 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 8:57.08 Maria Martins FRA 9:00.71 Tatyana Krivobok UKR 9:01.652006 Joanne Pavey GBR 8:52.54 Olesya Syreva RUS 8:58.27 Justyna Lesman POL 9:02.642007 Gulnara Galkina RUS 8:47.92 Lidia Chojecka POL 8:54.72 Dolores Checa ESP 8:58.352008 Lidia Chojecka POL 9:03.49 Helen Clitheroe GBR 9:04.38 Olga Komyagina RUS 9:05.762009 Gulnara Galkina RUS 8:46.88 Sylwia Ejdys POL 8:58.26 Inês Monteiro POR 9:00.832010 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 9:08.42 Renata Plis POL 9:08.94 Ragnhild Kvarberg NOR 9:09.59

5000 Metre1995 Viktoriya Nenasheva RUS 15:16.06 Alison Wyeth GBR 15:19.44 Tamara Koba UKR 15:20.971996 Kathrin Wessel GER 15:40.36 Julia Vaquero ESP 15:41.99 Farida Fatès FRA 15:47.721997 Gabriela Szabo ROU 15:02.68 Roberta Brunet ITA 15:02.87 Luminita Zaituc GER 15:52.951998 Paula Radcliffe GBR 15:06.87 Kristina de Fonseca-Wollheim GER 15:10.33 Joalsiae Llado FRA 15:17.581999 Paula Radcliffe GBR 14:48.79 Irina Mikitenko GER 15:05.43 Iulia Negura/Olteanu ROU 15:06.732000 Tatyana Tomashova RUS 14:53.00 Irina Mikitenko GER 14:54.30 Yamna Belkacem FRA 14:57.052001 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 14:40.47 Paula Radcliffe GBR 14:49.84 Mihaela Botezan ROU 15:08.782002 Olga Yegorova RUS 16:04.26 Joanne Pavey GBR 16:06.65 Fatima Yvelain FRA 16:08.212003 Yelena ZadorozhnayaRUS 15:34.07 Joanne Pavey GBR 15:35.31 Mihaela Botezan ROU 15:39.632004 Paula Radcliffe GBR 14:29.11 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 14:52.19 Sabrina MockenhauptGER 15:23.502005 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 15:01.15 Wioletta Janowska POL 15:08.38 Mihaela Botezan ROU 15:13.362006 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 16:18.23 Marta Domínguez ESP 16:25.21 Natalya Berkut UKR 16:26.122007 Olga Kravtsova BLR 15:20.35 Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER 15:23.96 Kalliópi AstropekákiGRE 15:46.222008 Nataliya Berkut UKR 15:23.97 Kate Reed GBR 15:40.7 Regina RakhimkulovaRUS 15:50.982009 Dolores Checa ESP 15:28.87 Silvia Weissteiner ITA 15:31.33 Sabrina MockenhauptGER 15:37.672010 Sabrina MockenhauptGER 15:17.38 Jo Pavey GBR 15:17.87 Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal NOR 15:25.40

10,000 Metres1985 Olga Bondarenko URS 31:47.38 Ines Bibernell GDR 32:47.42 Angela Tooby GBR 33:04.661987 Kathrin Ullrich GDR 32:42.05 Angela Tooby GBR 32:46.78 Natalya Sorokivskaya URS 33:10.181989 Kathrin Ullrich GDR 32:17.88 Viorica Ghican ROU 32:41.34 Angie Pain GBR 32:42.841991 Kathrin Ullrich GER 31:03.62 Jill Hunter GBR 31:07.88 Iulia Negura ROU 32:10.371993 Viktoriya NenashevaRUS 32:33.46 Iulia Negura ROU 32:36.05 Tamara Koba UKR 32:39.501994 Kathrin Ullrich/WesselGER 32:26.85 Rosario Murcia FRA 32:59.80 Rocío Ríos ESP 33:22.181995 Maria Guida ITA 32:01.75 Uta Pippig GER 32:14.66 Alla Zhilyayeva RUS 32:17.62

3000 Metres Steeplechase2002 Justyna Bak POL 9:43.38 Cristina Casandra ROU 9:49.51 Melanie Schulz GER 9:49.792003 Gulnara Samitova RUS 9:40.89 Cristina Casandra ROU 9:48.47 Élodie Olivarès FRA 9:54.512004 Élodie Olivarès FRA 9:41.81 Lyubov Ivanova RUS 9:44.95 Rosa María Morató ESP 9:51.082005 Cristina Casandra ROU 9:35.95 Lyubov Ivanova RUS 9:46.63 Justyna Bak POL 9:51.512006 Yelena Sidorchenkova RUS 9:45.73 Rosa María Morató ESP 9:49.81 Katarzyna Kowalska POL 9:56.102007 Katarzyna Kowalska POL 9:45.35 Sophie Duarte FRA 9:50.02 Iríni Kokkinaríou GRE 9:53.832008 Gulnara Galkina RUS 9:35.32 Valentyna Horpynych UKR 9:35.42 Wioletta Frankiewicz POL 9:39.602009 Antje Möldner GER 9:32.65 Sophie Duarte FRA 9:33.63 Yelena Sidorchenkova RUS 9:36.882010 Yuliya Zarudneva RUS 9:23.00 Rosa María Morató ESP 9:42.10 Katarzyna Kowalska POL 9:43.40

80 Metres Hurdles1965 Irina Press URS 10.4 Gundula Diel GDR 10.5 Inge Schell FRG 10.6 1.71967 Karin Balzer GDR 10.8 Pat Jones GBR 10.9 Inge Schell FRG 11.0 0.8

100 Metres Hurdles1970 Karin Balzer GDR 13.1 Teresa Sukniewicz POL 13.2 Margit Bach FRG 13.7 -0.41973 Annelie Ehrhardt GDR 12.95 Judy Vernon GBR 13.34 Natalya Lebedeva URS 13.62 0.01975 Annelie Ehrhardt GDR 12.83 Grazyna Rabsztyn POL 12.85 Natalya Lebedeva URS 12.93 -0.31977 Johanna Klier GDR 12.83 Natalya Lebedeva URS 13.08 Bozena Nowakowska POL 13.29 0.01979 Tatyana Anisimova URS 12.77 Grazyna Rabsztyn POL 12.85 Daniela Teneva BUL 13.17 0.01981 Tatyana Anisimova URS 12.91 Kerstin Knabe GDR 13.08 Lucyna Langer POL 13.20 -2.41983 Bettine Jahn GDR 12.89 Lucyna Langer/Kalek POL 12.97 Ginka Zagorcheva BUL 13.10 -2.11985 Ginka Zagorcheva BUL 12.77 Vera Akimova URS 12.80 Cornelia OschkenatGDR 12.83 1.6

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1987 Cornelia OschkenatGDR 12.47 Yordanka Donkova BUL 12.53 Claudia Zaczkiewicz FRG 12.97 -0.91989 Cornelia OschkenatGDR 12.74 Claudia Zaczkiewicz FRG 12.82 Yelizaveta Chernyshova URS 12.85 1.81991 Lyudmila Narozhilenko URS 12.55 Monique Ewanjé-Épée FRA 12.79 Kristin Patzwahl GER 13.10 -2.11993 Marina Azyabina RUS 12.63 Jacqui Agyepong GBR 13.17 Liliana Nastase ROU 13.22 0.31994 Jacqui Agyepong GBR 13.00 Yuliya Graudyn RUS 13.07 Anne Piquereau FRA 13.21 -1.41995 Yuliya Graudyn RUS 12.86 Yelena Ovcharova UKR 12.88 Jacqui Agyepong GBR 12.90 1.51996 Nadezhda Bodrova UKR 12.89w Lidiya Yurkova BLR 12.99 Angie Thorp GBR 13.09 2.71997 Svetlana Laukhova RUS 12.94 Patricia Girard FRA 13.03 Angie Thorp GBR 13.16 0.71998 Brigita Bukovec SLO 12.89 Patricia Girard FRA 12.89 Tatyana Reshetnikova RUS 13.06 0.01999 Patricia Girard FRA 12.96 Keri Maddox GBR 12.97 Svetlana Laukhova RUS 12.99 -0.42000 Linda Ferga FRA 12.93 Maya Shemchishina UKR 12.95 Yuliya Graudyn RUS 13.08 0.22001 Irina Korotya RUS 13.06 Linda Ferga FRA 13.10 Kirsten Bolm GER 13.15 0.62002 Patricia Girard FRA 12.64 Kirsten Bolm GER 12.85 Mariya Koroteyeva RUS 12.94 -0.22003 Glory Alozie ESP 12.86 Svetlana Laukhova RUS 12.88 Patricia Girard FRA 12.95 -0.12004 Yelena Ovcharova/Krasovska UKR 12.78 Irina Shevchenko RUS 12.91 Glory Alozie ESP 12.95 -1.02005 Linda Ferga/Khodadin FRA 12.73 Kirsten Bolm GER 12.79 Flora Rentoumi GRE 13.03 -1.32006 Susanna Kallur SWE 12.69 Kirsten Bolm GER 12.74 Adrianna Lamalle FRA 12.90 0.82007 Yevgeniya Snigur UKR 12.92 Adrianna Lamalle FRA 12.94 Aleksandra Antonova RUS 12.97 0.92008 Yevgeniya Snigur UKR 12.81 Aurelia Trywianska POL 12.82 Yuliya Kondakova RUS 12.83 -1.32009a Lucie Skrobáková CZE 12.94 Yuliya Kondakova RUS 12.94 Yelena Krasovska UKR 13.02 0.62009b Joanna Kocielnik POL 13.16 Francesca Doveri ITA 13.41 Flóra Redoúmi GRE 13.59 0.32010a Tatyana Dektyareva RUS 12.68 Carolin Nytra GER 12.81 Christina Vukicevic NOR 12.87 -0.32010b Alina Talai BLR 13.02 Marzia Caravelli ITA 13.10 Angie Broadbelt-Blake GBR 13.33 0.9

400 Metres Hurdles1977 Karin Rossley GDR 55.63 Tatyana Storosheva URS 56.84 Krystyna Kacperczyk POL 57.011979 Marina Makeyeva URS 54.82 Karin Rossley GDR 55.10 Silvia Hollmann FRG 56.741981 Ellen Neumann GDR 54.90 Ana Kasteckaja URS 56.34 Genowefa Blaszak POL 57.211983 Ellen Neumann/Fiedler GDR 54.20 Ana Kasteckaja/AmbrazienéURS 54.74 Sue Morley GBR 56.361985 Sabine Busch GDR 54.13 Marina Stepanova URS 54.73 Genowefa Blaszak POL 55.901987 Sabine Busch GDR 54.23 Genowefa Blaszak POL 55.44 Yelena Goncharova URS 55.701989 Petra Krug GDR 54.72 Sally Gunnell GBR 54.98 Tatyana LedovskayaURS 55.351991 Margarita Ponomaryova URS 54.42 Sally Gunnell GBR 54.61 Heike Meissner GER 55.641993 Sally Gunnell GBR 53.73 Anna Knoroz RUS 54.42 Nicoleta Carutasu ROU 54.941994 Sally Gunnell GBR 54.62 Tatyana Tereshchuk UKR 55.04 Tatyana Kurochkina BLR 56.021995 Marie-José Pérec FRA 54.51 Tatyana Kurochkina BLR 55.59 Tatyana Tereshchuk UKR 56.051996 Sally Gunnell GBR 56.84 Silvia Rieger GER 57.07 Nelli Voronkova BLR 57.391997 Sally Gunnell GBR 54.57 Silvia Rieger GER 55.23 Yekaterina BakhvalovaRUS 55.661998 Tatyana Tereshchuk UKR 54.15 Yekaterina BakhvalovaRUS 54.72 Silvia Rieger GER 54.931999 Silvia Rieger GER 55.09 Yekaterina BakhvalovaRUS 55.61 Monika Niederstätter ITA 56.092000 Tatyana Tereshchuk UKR 54.68 Ulrike Urbansky GER 56.10 Monika Niederstätter ITA 56.332001 Yuliya Nosova RUS 53.84 Ionela Tîrlea ROU 55.08 Heike Meissner GER 55.332002 Yuliya Nosova/Pechonkina RUS 53.38 Anna OlichwierczukPOL 55.11 Natasha Danvers GBR 55.682003 Ionela Tîrlea ROU 54.47 Natasha Danvers GBR 55.01 Heike Meissner GER 55.222004 Fani Halkia GRE 54.16 Yekaterina Bikert RUS 54.60 Malgorzata Pskit POL 55.682005 Anna Olichwierczuk/Jesien POL 54.90 Yekaterina Bikert RUS 55.73 Claudia Marx GER 55.842006 Tasha Danvers-SmithGBR 55.65 Yevgeniya Isakova RUS 55.82 Tatyana Tereshchuk-Antipova UKR 55.872007 Yuliya Pechonkina RUS 54.04 Anna Jesien POL 54.88 Ulrike Urbansky GER 55.742008 Anastasiya Rabchenyuk UKR 54.64 Anna Jesien POL 54.81 Jonna Tilgner GER 56.152009a Anna Jesien POL 54.82 Anastasiya Rabchenyuk UKR 55.05 Zuzana Hejnová CZE 55.292009b Jonna Tilgner GER 56.45 Benedetta Ceccarelli ITA 57.12 Laia Forcadell ESP 58.502010a Natalya Antyukh RUS 55.27 Eilidh Child GBR 56.48 Anastasiya Rabchenyuk UKR 56.792010b Stine Tomb NOR 58.01 Nastassia Buldakova BLR 58.02 Phara Anacharsis FRA 58.96

High Jump1965 Taisiya Chenchik URS 1.70 Karin Rüger GDR 1.70 Jaroslawa Bieda POL 1.631967 Antonina Okorokova URS 1.79 Rita Schmidt GDR 1.70 Dorothy Shirley GBR 1.671970 Rita Schmidt GDR 1.84 Antonina Okorokova/LazarevaURS 1.84 Karen Mack FRG 1.761973 Yordanka BlagoevaBUL 1.84 Rita Schmidt/Kirst GDR 1.82 Galina Filatova URS 1.80

Virginia Ioan ROU 1.80Barbara Lawton GBR 1.80

1975 Rosemarie Ackermann GDR 1.94 Ulrike Meyfarth FRG 1.92 Virginia Ioan ROU 1.861977 Rosemarie Ackermann GDR 1.97 Brigitte Holzapfel FRG 1.88 Cornelia Popa ROU 1.841979 Rosemarie Ackermann GDR 1.99 Sara Simeoni ITA 1.94 Urszula Kielan POL 1.921981 Ulrike Meyfarth FRG 1.94 Lyudmila Zhecheva BUL 1.92 Yelena Popkova URS 1.861983 Ulrike Meyfarth FRG 2.03 Tamara Bykova URS 2.03 Kerstin Brandt GDR 1.991985 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 2.06 Tamara Bykova URS 2.02 Susanne Helm GDR 1.961987 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 2.00 Tamara Bykova URS 1.96 Heike Redetzky FRG 1.961989 Alina Astafei ROU 2.00 Tamara Bykova URS 1.97 Heike Balck GDR 1.94

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1991 Svetlana Leseva BUL 1.96 Judit Kovács HUN 1.92 Heike Redetzky/Henkel GER 1.901993 Alina Astafei ROU 2.00 Heike Henkel GER 1.96 Katarzyna Majchrzak POL 1.921994 Tatyana Shevchik BLR 1.94 Monica Iagar ROU 1.91 Yelena Gulyayeva RUS 1.881995 Alina Astafei GER 2.00 Tatyana Motkova RUS 1.98 Tatyana Shevchik BLR 1.961996 Alina Astafei GER 1.98 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 1.94 Yelena Topchina RUS 1.901997 Heike Balck GER 1.94 Tatyana Motkova RUS 1.92 Antonella Bevilacqua ITA 1.881998 Zuzana KovácikováCZE 1.98 Alina Astafei GER 1.95 Yelena Gulyayeva RUS 1.951999 Yelena Gulyayeva RUS 1.99 Monica Iagar/DinescuROU 1.97 Zuzana Kováciková/Hlavonová CZE 1.952000 Monica Dinescu ROU 1.93 Yuliya Lyakhova RUS 1.91 Jo Jennings-Steele GBR 1.862001 Susan Jones GBR 1.95 Alina Astafei GER 1.89 Olga Kaliturina RUS 1.892002 Irina Mikhalchenko UKR 1.95 Oana Pantelimon ROU 1.93 Kathryn Holinski GER 1.932003 Daniela Rath GER 2.00 Ruth Beitia ESP 1.95 Marina Kuptsova RUS 1.952004 Yelena Slesarenko RUS 2.04 Irina Mikhalchenko UKR 1.92 Ariane Friedrich GER 1.922005 Tatyana Kivimyagi RUS 1.98 Vita Palamar UKR 1.92 Melanie Skotnik FRA 1.922006 Kajsa Bergqvist SWE 1.97 Ruth Beitia ESP 1.95 Anna Chicherova RUS 1.922007 Yelena Slesarenko RUS 2.02 Ruth Beitia ESP 1.98 Mélanie Skotnik FRA 1.952008 Ariane Friedrich GER 2.03 Antonietta Di Martino ITA 1.95

Viktoriya Styopina UKR 1.952009 Ariane Friedrich GER 2.02 Ruth Beitia ESP 2.00 Antonietta Di Martino ITA 2.002010 Antonietta Di Martino ITA 2.00 Svetlana Shkolina RUS 1.98 Ariane Friedrich GER 1.98

Pole Vault1997 Anzhela BalakhonovaUKR 4.25 Andrea Müller GER 4.20 Janine Whitlock GBR 4.101998 Daniela Bártová CZE 4.35 Janine Whitlock GBR 4.30 Nicole Rieger GER 4.201999 Nicole Rieger/Humbert GER 4.35 Marie Poissonnier FRA 4.30 Pavla Hamácková CZE 4.252000 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 4.35 Yvonne Buschbaum GER 4.30 Francesca Dolcini ITA 4.202001 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 4.60 Janine Whitlock GBR 4.34 Pavla Hamácková CZE 4.342002 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 4.70 Yvonne Buschbaum GER 4.60 Vanessa Boslak FRA 4.452003 Annika Becker GER 4.50 Tatyana Polnova RUS 4.45 Marie Poissonnier FRA 4.352004 Anzhela BalakhonovaUKR 4.50 Monika Pyrek POL 4.40 Tatyana Polnova RUS 4.302005 Anna Rogowska POL 4.60 Carolin Hingst GER 4.50 Natalya Kushsch UKR 4.302006 Monika Pyrek POL 4.75 Vanessa Boslak FRA 4.70 Nastja Ryshich GER 4.552007 Monika Pyrek POL 4.65 Nataliya Kushch UKR 4.38 Vanessa Boslak FRA 4.382008 Yuliya Golubchikova RUS 4.73 Anna Rogowska POL 4.66 Silke Spiegelburg GER 4.592009 Monika Pyrek POL 4.70 Yuliya Golubchikova RUS 4.65 Silke Spiegelburg GER 4.602010 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 4.65 Silke Spiegelburg GER 4.65 Anna Rogowska POL 4.40

Long Jump1965 Tatyana Shchelkanova URS 6.63 Irena Kirszenstein POL 6.33 Helga Hoffmann FRG 6.301967 Ingrid Becker FRG 6.63 Tatyana Talysheva URS 6.49 Mary Rand GBR 6.261970 Heide Rosendahl FRG 6.80 Ann Wilson GBR 6.57w Margrit Herbst GDR 6.441973 Angela Schmalfeld GDR 6.63 Viorica Viscopoleanu ROU 6.39 Ruth Martin-Jones GBR 6.30w1975 Lidiya Alfeyeva URS 6.76 Christa Striezel FRG 6.56 Jacqueline Curtet FRA 6.361977 Brigitte Künzel GDR 6.76 Christa Striezel FRG 6.39 Sue Reeve GBR 6.351979 Brigitte Künzel/Wujak GDR 6.89 Doina Anton ROU 6.60 Lidia Gusheva BUL 6.471981 Sigrid Ulbricht GDR 6.86 Anna Wlodarczyk POL 6.66 Tatyana Kolpakova URS 6.591983 Heike Daute GDR 6.99 Eva Murková TCH 6.81w Bev Kinch GBR 6.631985 Galina Chistyakova URS 7.28 Heike Daute/Drechsler GDR 7.23 Sabine Braun FRG 6.711987 Heike Drechsler GDR 7.26 Galina Chistyakova URS 7.15 Sofia Bozhanova BUL 6.75w1989 Galina Chistyakova URS 7.10w Helga Radtke GDR 6.89 Fiona May GBR 6.88w1991 Heike Drechsler GER 7.20w Larisa Berezhnaya URS 7.06 Fiona May GBR 6.771993 Heike Drechsler GER 7.02 Yelena Sinchukova RUS 6.94w Fiona May GBR 6.731994 Heike Drechsler GER 6.99 Olga Rublyova RUS 6.65 Larisa Kuchinskaya BLR 6.541995 Heike Drechsler GER 7.04w Fiona May ITA 6.98w Nadine Caster FRA 6.941996 Iva Prandzheva BUL 6.84 Yelena Sinchukova RUS 6.81 Claudia Gerhardt GER 6.761997 Fiona May ITA 6.61 Nina Perevedentseva RUS 6.60 Susen Tiedtke-Greene GER 6.571998 Fiona May ITA 7.08 Lyudmila Galkina RUS 6.84 Linda Ferga FRA 6.751999 Fiona May ITA 6.88 Eunice Barber FRA 6.82 Lyudmila Galkina RUS 6.662000 Olga Rublyova RUS 6.87 Yelena ShekhovtsovaUKR 6.79 Fiona May ITA 6.74w2001 Heike Drechsler GER 6.79 Eunice Barber FRA 6.71 Fiona May ITA 6.572002 Tatyana Kotova RUS 7.42 Cristina Nicolau ROU 6.65 Bianca Kappler GER 6.642003 Eunice Barber FRA 6.76 Concepción Montaner ESP 6.69 Fiona May ITA 6.672004 Irina Simagina RUS 6.91 Kelly Sotherton GBR 6.68 Ioanna Kafetzi GRE 6.562005 Irina Simagina RUS 6.76 Fiona May ITA 6.43 Adina Anton ROU 6.352006 Tatyana Kotova RUS 6.67 Eunice Barber FRA 6.61 Daniela Lincoln-Saavedra SWE 6.552007 Eunice Barber FRA 6.73 Tatyana Kotova RUS 6.73 Concepción MontanerESP 6.722008 Lyudmila Kolchanova RUS 7.04 Jade Johnson GBR 6.81 Bianca Kappler GER 6.632009 Naide Gomes POR 6.83 Olga Kucherenko RUS 6.73 Teresa Dobija POL 6.452010 Éloyse Lesueur FRA 6.78 Olga Kucherenko RUS 6.67 Margrethe Renstrøm NOR 6.49

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Triple Jump1993 Yolanda Chen RUS 14.34w Helga Radtke GER 14.05 Inessa Kravets UKR 13.991994 Helga Radtke GER 13.90 Rodica Petrescu ROU 13.83 Concepción Paredes ESP 13.811995 Ashia Hansen GBR 14.37 Yelena Sinchukova RUS 14.30w Zhanna Gureyeva BLR 14.251996 Ashia Hansen GBR 14.57 Yelena Govorova UKR 14.42 Lyudmila Dubkova RUS 14.141997 Inna Lasovskaya RUS 14.91 Rodica Petrescu/Mateescu ROU 14.53 Ashia Hansen GBR 14.521998 Fiona May ITA 14.65 Sárka Kaspárková CZE 14.63 Yelena Govorova UKR 14.131999 Cristina Nicolau ROU 14.61 Ashia Hansen GBR 14.58 Fiona May ITA 14.332000 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 14.98 Yelena Govorova UKR 14.31 Barbara Lah ITA 13.862001 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 14.89 Natalya Safronova BLR 14.10w Cristina Nicolau ROU 13.832002 Anna Pyatykh RUS 14.67 Ashia Hansen GBR 14.62 Magdelín Martínez ITA 14.542003 Anna Pyatykh RUS 14.79 Magdelín Martínez ITA 14.76 Adelina Gavrila ROU 14.452004 Anna Pyatykh RUS 14.85 Chrysopigi Devetzi GRE 14.81w Yelena Govorova UKR 14.782005 Anna Pyatykh RUS 14.72 Chrysopigi Devetzi GRE 14.62 Magdelín Martínez ITA 14.54w2006 Olga Saladukha UKR 14.10 Viktoriya Gurova RUS 14.06 Adelina Gavrila ROU 14.002007 Teresa Nzola Meso Ba FRA 14.69 Hrisopiyí Devetzí GRE 14.58 Viktoriya Gurova RUS 14.462008 Olga Saladukha UKR 14.73w Teresa Nzola Meso Ba FRA 14.51 Magdelin Martinez ITA 14.282009 Teresa Nzola Meso Ba FRA 14.40 Anna Pyatykh RUS 14.10 Magdelin Martinez ITA 14.012010 Olga Saladukha UKR 14.39 Athanasía Pérra GRE 14.37 Yekaterina Kayukova RUS 14.26w

Shot Put1965 Tamara Press URS 18.59 Renate Garisch GDR 16.96 Gertrud Schäfer FRG 16.171967 Nadezhda Chizhova URS 18.24 Margitta Gummel GDR 17.66 Judit Bognár HUN 16.581970 Nadezhda Chizhova URS 19.42 Hannelore Friedel GDR 18.01 Ludwika Chewinska POL 17.011973 Nadezhda Chizhova URS 20.77 Ivanka Khristova BUL 19.23 Marita Lange GDR 18.811975 Marianne Adam GDR 21.32 Svetlana Krachevskaya URS 20.53 Ivanka Khristova BUL 20.241977 Eva Wilms FRG 20.01 Svetlana Krachevskaya URS 19.76 Radostina Bakhchevanova BUL 17.751979 Ilona Slupianek GDR 20.93 Nunu Abashidze URS 19.75 Ivanka Petrova BUL 19.631981 Ilona Slupianek GDR 21.12 Verzhinia Veselinova BUL 20.77 Galina Isayeva URS 18.151983 Helena Fibingerová TCH 20.76 Helma Knorscheidt GDR 19.49 Nunu Abashidze URS 18.881985 Natalya Lisovskaya URS 21.10 Helena Fibingerová TCH 19.86 Ines Müller GDR 19.761987 Natalya Lisovskaya URS 21.56 Ines Müller GDR 20.82 Helena Fibingerová TCH 20.281989 Heike Hartwig GDR 20.59 Claudia Losch FRG 20.17 Larisa Peleshenko URS 19.321991 Natalya Lisovskaya URS 21.12 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 19.11 Judy Oakes GBR 18.741993 Anna Romanova RUS 19.43 Valentina Fedyushina UKR 18.91 Stephanie Storp GER 18.851994 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 19.63 Valentina Fedyushina UKR 19.30 Larisa Peleshenko RUS 18.861995 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 20.00 Irina Korzhanenko RUS 18.32 Judy Oakes GBR 18.171996 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 20.05 Judy Oakes GBR 19.00 Svetlana KrivelyovaRUS 17.701997 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 20.64 Irina Korzhanenko RUS 18.18 Mara Rosolen ITA 17.281998 Irina Korzhanenko RUS 20.65 Judy Oakes GBR 18.38 Stephanie Storp GER 18.381999 Krystyna ZabawskaPOL 18.58 Nadine Kleinert GER 18.47 Svetlana KrivelyovaRUS 18.362000 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 18.94 Kalliopi Ouzouni GRE 18.16 Judy Oakes GBR 18.082001 Nadine Kleinert-Schmitt GER 19.30 Irina Korzhanenko RUS 19.27 Assunta Legnante ITA 17.512002 Svetlana KrivelyovaRUS 19.63 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 19.61 Krystyna ZabawskaPOL 18.522003 Astrid Kumbernuss GER 19.46 Svetlana KrivelyovaRUS 18.98 Laurence Manfrédi FRA 17.972004 Olga Ryabinkina RUS 18.92 Kalliopi Ouzouni GRE 18.45 Nadine Kleinert GER 18.442005 Olga Ryabinkina RUS 19.65 Nadine Kleinert GER 18.89 Assunta Legnante ITA 18.422006 Petra Lammert GER 19.36 Irina Khudoroshkina RUS 18.29 Krystyna ZabawskaPOL 17.782007 Anna Omarova RUS 19.69 Petra Lammert GER 19.47 Nadezhda Ostapchuk BLR 18.522008 Christina SchwanitzGER 18.55 Anna Omarova RUS 18.30 Chiara Rosa ITA 18.032009 Nadine Kleinert GER 19.59 Chiara Rosa ITA 18.57 Laurence Manfrédi FRA 18.162010 Anna Avdeyeva RUS 19.14 Petra Lammert GER 18.31 Chiara Rosa ITA 17.77

Discus Throw1965 Jolán Kleiber HUN 56.74 Tamara Press URS 54.82 Ingrid Lotz GDR 53.821967 Karin Illgen GDR 58.26 Lyudmila Muravyova URS 56.70 Jolán Kleiber HUN 56.701970 Karin Illgen GDR 61.60 Liesel Westermann FRG 61.44 Tamara Danilova URS 57.841973 Faina Melnik URS 69.48 Argentina Menis ROU 64.16 Gabriele Hinzmann GDR 63.761975 Faina Melnik URS 66.54 Gabriele Hinzmann GDR 64.72 Argentina Menis ROU 63.601977 Faina Melnik/Veleva URS 68.08 Sabine Engel GDR 65.60 Argentina Menis ROU 62.221979 Evelin Jahl GDR 68.92 Svetlana Melnikova URS 66.06 Svetla Bozhkova BUL 62.821981 Maria Petkova BUL 69.08 Galina Savinkova URS 68.46 Evelin Jahl GDR 67.321983 Martina Opitz GDR 69.00 Galina Murasova URS 68.86 Maria Petkova BUL 64.881985 Galina Savinkova URS 70.24 Martina Opitz GDR 68.20 Tsvetanka Khristova BUL 62.921987 Diana Gansky GDR 73.90 Tsvetanka Khristova BUL 68.26 Zdenka Silhavá TCH 65.041989 Ilke Wyludda GDR 73.04 Tsvetanka Khristova BUL 62.26 Dagmar Galler FRG 60.461991 Ilke Wyludda GER 68.82 Larisa Mikhalchenko URS 66.64 Stefenia Simova BUL 62.941993 Larisa Korotkevich RUS 64.58 Larisa Mikhalchenko UKR 63.04 Renata Katewicz POL 61.68

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1994 Ilke Wyludda GER 68.36 Olga Nikishina UKR 63.48 Ellina Zvereva BLR 62.921995 Natalya Sadova RUS 66.86 Ilke Wyludda GER 66.04 Irina Yatchenko BLR 64.461996 Ilke Wyludda GER 65.66 Olga Chernyavskaya RUS 65.06 Irina Yatchenko BLR 60.681997 Natalya Sadova RUS 67.72 Franka Dietzsch GER 61.72 Yelena Antonova UKR 60.161998 Natalya Sadova RUS 64.18 Anja Möllenbeck GER 60.80 Yelena Antonova UKR 59.281999 Natalya Sadova RUS 66.84 Nicoleta Grasu ROU 65.85 Franka Dietzsch GER 65.722000 Nicoleta Grasu ROU 63.35 Ilke Wyludda GER 62.45 Anastasia Kelesidou GRE 62.302001 Franka Dietzsch GER 64.04 Natalya Sadova RUS 63.77 Nicoleta Grasu ROU 62.332002 Natalya Sadova RUS 65.91 Nicoleta Grasu ROU 63.05 Franka Dietzsch GER 59.302003 Ekaterini Vogoli GRE 62.11 Mélina Robert-Michon FRA 61.67 Natalya Sadova RUS 61.592004 Ekaterini Vogoli GRE 64.25 Franka Dietzsch GER 61.42 Joanna Wisniewska POL 60.512005 Franka Dietzsch GER 64.38 Yelena Antonova UKR 62.59 Marzena Wysocka POL 62.282006 Franka Dietzsch GER 65.54 Darya Pishchalnikova RUS 64.24 Nicoleta Grasu ROU 61.912007 Franka Dietzsch GER 63.60 Iryna Yatchenko BLR 62.54 Nataliya Semenova UKR 62.322008 Svetlana Saykina RUS 62.56 Nataliya Semenova UKR 62.25 Joanna Wisniewska POL 59.012009 Nataliya Semenova UKR 61.58 Mélina Robert-MichonFRA 61.41 Vera Cechlová CZE 60.502010 Nadine Müller GER 63.53 Natalya Sadova RUS 59.59 Kateryna Karsak UKR 57.20

Hammer Throw1997 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 73.10 Mihaela Melinte ROU 69.76 Lyudmila Gubkina BLR 68.241998 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 65.89 Kirsten Münchow GER 64.86 Cécile Lignot FRA 61.121999 Mihaela Melinte ROU 74.48 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 69.05 Florence Ezeh FRA 65.642000 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 70.20 Kirsten Münchow GER 68.31 Manuela Montebrun FRA 67.732001 Olga Tsander BLR 68.40 Kirsten Münchow GER 68.09 Lorraine Shaw GBR 67.982002 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 73.07 Manuela Montebrun FRA 68.53 Irina Sekachova UKR 66.882003 Manuela Montebrun FRA 74.43 Mihaela Melinte ROU 71.99 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 69.892004 Irina Sekachova UKR 71.91 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 70.89 Betty Heidler GER 70.052005 Kamila SkolimowskaPOL 72.38 Manuela Montebrun FRA 71.10 Gulfiya KhanafeyevaRUS 70.062006 Tatyana Lysenko RUS 76.50 Kamila SkolimowskaPOL 68.16 Irina Sekachova UKR 67.962007 Betty Heidler GER 73.55 Oksana Menkova BLR 73.03 Manuela Montebrun FRA 68.562008 Oksana Menkova BLR 28.3.82 Manuela Montebrun FRA 72.18 Iryna Novozhylova UKR 71.122009 Anita Wlodarczyk POL 75.23 Betty Heidler GER 74.97 Stilianí PapadopoúlouGRE 71.182010 Betty Heidler GER 73.24 Tatyana Lysenko RUS 70.21 Daryia Pchelnik BLR 69.86

Javelin Throw (new model from 1999)1965 Yelena GorchakovaURS 58.48 Márta Rudas HUN 55.78 Anneliese Gerhards FRG 52.981967 Daniela Jaworska POL 56.88 Ameli Koloska FRG 54.22 Ruth Fuchs GDR 53.181970 Ruth Fuchs GDR 60.60 Daniela Jaworska POL 55.90 Marite Saulite URS 54.521973 Ruth Fuchs GDR 66.10 Lyutvian Mollova BUL 60.30 Ameli Koloska FRG 55.461975 Ruth Fuchs GDR 64.80 Svetlana Babich URS 61.88 Lyutvian Mollova BUL 58.361977 Ruth Fuchs GDR 68.92 Tessa Sanderson GBR 62.36 Nadezhda Yakubovich URS 61.841979 Eva Raduly-Zörgö ROU 66.28 Ruth Fuchs GDR 65.46 Tessa Sanderson GBR 62.381981 Antoaneta Todorova BUL 71.88 Tessa Sanderson GBR 65.94 Ingrid Thyssen FRG 63.861983 Fatima Whitbread GBR 69.04 Antje Kempe GDR 63.22 Genowefa Olejarz POL 63.121985 Petra Felke GDR 73.20 Fatima Whitbread GBR 71.90 Natalya Kolenchukova URS 65.921987 Petra Felke GDR 71.26 Natalya Kolenchukova/Yermolovich URS 64.42 Beate Peters FRG 64.381989 Petra Felke GDR 66.92 Brigitte Graune FRG 62.04 Tessa Sanderson GBR 59.721991 Tessa Sanderson GBR 65.18 Irina Kostyuchenkova URS 64.56 Petra Felke/Meier GER 63.181993 Felicia Tilea ROU 62.68 Karen Forkel GER 61.92 Yekaterina Ivakina RUS 61.741994 Natalya Shikolenko BLR 69.00 Karen Forkel GER 65.58 Felicia Tilea ROU 63.881995 Steffi Nerius GER 68.42 Natalya Shikolenko BLR 63.42 Yekaterina Ivakina RUS 61.361996 Oksana OvchinnikovaRUS 65.72 Natalya Shikolenko BLR 62.52 Tanja Damaske GER 58.801997 Oksana OvchinnikovaRUS 67.16 Felicia Tilea ROU 64.98 Tanja Damaske GER 64.721998 Tanja Damaske GER 62.30 Nikola Tomecková CZE 60.82 Oksana Ovchinnikova/Makarova RUS 58.381999 Tanja Damaske GER 65.44 Oksana Makarova RUS 64.61 Nadine Auzeil FRA 61.082000 Ana Mirela Termure ROU 63.23 Tatyana ShikolenkoRUS 60.41 Mirela Tzelili GRE 57.842001 Nikola Tomecková CZE 64.77 Steffi Nerius GER 63.12 Claudia Coslovich ITA 63.072002 Tatyana ShikolenkoRUS 64.81 Felicia Tilea/Moldovan ROU 61.59 Steffi Nerius GER 59.982003 Steffi Nerius GER 63.30 Mirela Tzelili/Manjani GRE 63.13 Claudia Coslovich ITA 62.702004 Angeliki Tsiolakoudi GRE 62.80 Steffi Nerius GER 59.42 Valeriya Zabruskova RUS 58.882005 Steffi Nerius GER 64.59 Barbara Madejczyk POL 61.72 Zahra Bani ITA 61.662006 Barbara Madejczyk POL 64.08 Felicia Moldovan ROU 60.49 Mercedes Chilla ESP 60.222007 Christina Obergföll GER 70.20 Oksana Gromova RUS 60.15 Barbara Madejczyk POL 59.362008 Natallia Shymchuk BLR 63.24 Mariya Abakumova RUS 61.78 Zahra Bani ITA 58.132009 Christina Obergföll GER 68.59 Barbora Spotáková CZE 65.89 Mariya Abakumova RUS 62.012010 Christina Obergföll GER 59.88 Goldie Sayers GBR 59.25 Mariya Abakumova RUS 58.24

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4 x 100 Metres Relay1965 Poland 44.9 USSR 45.2 GDR 45.71967 USSR 45.0 Great Britain & NI 45.3 GDR 45.31970 FRG 43.9 GDR 44.5 Hungary 44.81973 GDR 42.95 FRG 43.68 Great Britain & NI 44.781975 GDR 42.81 USSR 43.19 FRG 43.581977 GDR 42.62 USSR 43.43 FRG 43.721979 GDR 42.09 USSR 42.29 Great Britain & NI 43.181981 GDR 42.53 Great Britain & NI 43.03 USSR 43.261983 GDR 42.63 Great Britain & NI 43.18 USSR 43.671985 GDR 41.65 USSR 42.00 Poland 42.711987 GDR 41.94 Bulgaria 42.31 FRG 43.231989 GDR 41.87 USSR 42.85 FRG 43.641991 USSR 42.51 Germany 42.57 France 43.601993 Russia 42.79 France 43.01 Germany 43.461994 Ukraine 43.38 Great Britain & NI 43.46 Germany 44.241995 Russia 42.74 Germany 43.15 France 43.631996 Russia 42.55 Germany 42.59 France 43.131997 Russia 43.05 France 43.21 Germany 43.251998 Russia 42.49 Germany 42.59 France 42.611999 France 42.90 Russia 42.91 Germany 43.472000 France 42.97 Russia 43.38 Germany 43.512001 Germany 43.02 Russia 43.15 France 43.452002 France 42.41 Germany 42.49 Russia 43.112003 France 42.62 Germany 43.13 Russia 43.232004 France 42.41 Russia 42.93 Ukraine 43.432005 Russia 42.73 Germany 43.58 Italy 43.832006 Russia 43.71 France 43.75 Ukraine 43.862007 Russia 42.78 France 43.09 Germany 43.332008 Russia 42.80 Great Britain & NI 42.95 Italy 43.042009a Russia 43.35 Great Britain & NI 43.44 Germany 43.572009b Italy 44.09 Portugal 44.70 Greece 44.752010a Russia 42.98 France 43.47 Ukraine 43.722010b Germany 43.79 Belarus 44.51 Greece 44.71

4 x 400 Metres Relay1970 GDR 3:37.0 FRG 3:37.2 Great Britain & NI 3:37.81973 GDR 3:28.66 USSR 3:30.57 Bulgaria 3:31.891975 GDR 3:24.0 Great Britain & NI 3:26.6 USSR 3:27.01977 GDR 3:23.70 USSR 3:26.62 Poland 3:27.761979 GDR 3:19.62 USSR 3:20.39 Great Britain & NI 3:27.891981 GDR 3:19.83 USSR 3:24.85 Great Britain & NI 3:27.271983 Czechoslovakia 3:20.79 USSR 3:21.71 GDR 3:22.701985 USSR 3:18.58 GDR 3:20.10 Czechoslovakia 3:26.591987 USSR 3:20.41 GDR 3:20.60 FRG 3:25.291989 GDR 3:24.08 USSR 3:24.75 Great Britain & NI 3:26.541991 USSR 3:21.77 Germany 3:24.20 Great Britain & NI 3:24.251993 Russia 3:24.23 Ukraine 3:27.37 Germany 3:27.801994 Great Britain & NI 3:27.33 Germany 3:27.78 Russia 3:28.851995 Russia 3:24.69 Germany 3:26.23 Ukraine 3:27.331996 Germany 3:26.19 Ukraine 3:27.74 Russia 3:28.541997 Russia 3:24.10 Germany 3:26.12 Great Britain & NI 3:26.481998 Russia 3:25.52 Czech Republic 3:28.05 Great Britain & NI 3:28.071999 Russia 3:24.61 Romania 3:25.68 Czech Republic 3:25.762000 Russia 3:25.50 Germany 3:27.70 Great Britain & NI 3:28.122001 Germany 3:23.81 Russia 3:24.58 France 3:26.232002 Great Britain & NI 3:27.87 Germany 3:28.72 Italy 3:29.142003 Russia 3:26.02 Great Britain & NI 3:26.52 France 3:28.392004 Russia 3:26.04 Ukraine 3:26.28 Greece 3:26.332005 Russia 3:23.56 Poland 3:24.61 Ukraine 3:26.722006 Russia 3:23.51 Poland 3:26.60 Great Britain & NI 3:26.982007 Belarus 3:23.67 Poland 3:26.36 France 3:28.622008 Russia 3:23.77 France 3:26.63 Belarus 3:27.132009a Russia 3:25.25 Italy 3:28.77 Great Britain & NI 3:29.292009b Ukraine 3:30.73 Czech Republic 3:34.87 Spain 3:36.002010a Russia 3:23.76 Ukraine 3:27.60 Great Britain & NI 3:27.752010b Germany 3:26.96 Belarus 3:30.67 Spain 3:37.05

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In World Cup events as at August 1, 2010

ABBREVIATIONS & KEY (See also page 7)IAAF = IAAF World Record; IAAF-J = IAAF World Junior Record; W = Unratified World Best; WJ = Unratified World Junior Best;

WY = Unratified World Youth (under-18) Best; W35 = World (Masters) over-35 best; W40 = World Masters best;AFR = Africa; ASI = Asia; C = Commonwealth; CAC = Central America & Caribbean (included the countries with borders to

Caribbean though not the USA); EUR = Europe; NAM = North America; OCE = Oceania; SAM = South America

NOTESA = made at altitude of 1000m or higher; a = aided road course according to IAAF rule 260.28 (separation between start and finish

points more than 50% of race distance or the decrease in elevation greater than one in a thousand); est = estimate;h = hand timing; ! = timing by photo-electric cell; * = awaiting ratification but otherwise valid;

# = not officially ratified outdoors (some ratified indoor marks have this symbol); ✕ = unratified due to no doping control

Where relevant, the pace is given for world record performances. Where known, the time given is that of the runner who set therecord, rather than the pacemaker

From 2000, IAAF Rule 260.18a (formerly 260.6.a) was revised to allow world records to be set at a facility with or without a roof(i.e. indoors or outdoors); Accordingly, indoor marks superior to outdoor records and set since 2000 are listed on these pages in

addition to outdoor bests

MEN100 MetresIAAF, CAC, C 9.58 0.9 Usain Bolt (9.572, reaction 0.146) JAM 21.8.86 Berlin 16 Aug 09NAM 9.69 2.0 Tyson Gay USA 9.8.82 Shanghai 20 Aug 09AFR 9.85 1.7 Olusoji Fasuba NGR 9.7.84 Doha 12 May 06EUR 9.86 0.6 Francis Obikwelu NGR 22.11.78 Athína 22 Aug 04OCE 9.93 1.8 Patrick Johnson AUS 26.9.72 Mito 5 May 03ASI 9.99 0.9 Samuel Francis QAT 23.7.87 Amman 26 Jul 07SAM 10.00A 1.6 Robson da Silva BRA 4.9.64 Ciudad de México 22 Jul 88Age recordsWY 10.23 0.8 Tamunosiki Atorudibo NGR 21.3.85 Engu 23 Mar 02

10.23 1.2 Rynell Parson USA 11.7.90 Indianapolis 21 Jun 07IAAF-J 10.01 0.0 Darrel Brown TRI 11.10.84 Saint-Denis 24 Aug 03WJ 10.01 1.6 Jeffrey Demps USA 8.1.90 Eugene 28 Jun 08W35 9.97A 0.1 Linford Christie GBR 2.4.60 Johannesburg 23 Sep 95W40 10.29 1.9 Troy Douglas NED 30.11.62 Leiden 7 Jun 03

200 MetresIAAF, CAC, C 19.19 -0.3 Usain Bolt (19.190) JAM 21.8.86 Berlin 20 Aug 09NAM 19.32 0.4 Michael Johnson USA 13.9.67 Atlanta 1 Aug 96AFR 19.68 0.4 Frankie Fredericks NAM 2.10.67 Atlanta 1 Aug 96EUR 19.72A 1.8 Pietro Mennea ITA 28.6.52 Ciudad de México 12 Sep 79SAM 19.81 -0.3 Alonso Edward PAN 8.12.89 Berlin 20 Aug 09ASI 20.03 0.6 Shingo Suetsugu JPN 2.6.80 Yokohama 7 Jun 03OCE 20.06A 0.9 Peter Norman AUS 15.6.42 Ciudad de México 16 Oct 68Age recordsWY 20.13 0.0 Usain Bolt JAM 21.8.86 Bridgetown 20 Jul 03IAAF-J 19.93 1.4 Usain Bolt JAM 21.8.86 Devonshire 11 Apr 04W35 20.11 1.9 Linford Christie GBR 2.4.60 Villeneuve dʼAscq 25 Jun 95W40 20.64 1.3 Troy Douglas NED 30.11.62 Utrecht 9 Aug 03

20.64 0.7 Troy Douglas NED 30.11.62 Saint-Denis 27 Aug 03

400 MetresIAAF, NAM 43.18 Michael Johnson USA 13.9.67 Sevilla 26 Aug 99

Halves of 21.22 & 21.96AFR 44.10 Gary Kikaya COD 4.2.80 Stuttgart 9 Sep 06CAC 44.14 Roberto Hernández CUB 6.3.67 Sevilla 30 May 90C 44.17 Innocent Egbunike NGR 30.11.61 Zürich 19 Aug 87SAM 44.29 Sanderlei Parrela BRA 7.10.74 Sevilla 26 Aug 99EUR 44.33 Thomas Schönlebe GDR 6.8.65 Roma 3 Sep 87OCE 44.38 Darren Clark AUS 6.9.65 Seoul 26 Sep 88ASI 44.56 Mohamed Al-Malky OMA 1.12.62 Budapest 12 Aug 88

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Age recordsWY 45.14 Obea Moore USA 10.1.79 Santiago de Chile 2 Sep 95IAAF-J 43.87 Steve Lewis USA 16.5.69 Seoul 28 Sep 88W35 45.68 Alvin Harrison USA 20.1.74 San Juan 5 Apr 09W40 47.82 Enrico Saraceni ITA 19.5.64 Århus 25 Jul 04

800 MetresIAAF, EUR 1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 Köln 24 Aug 97

Pace – 200m: 23.8; 400m: 49.3; 600m: 1:14.6AFR, C 1:41.51 David Rudisha KEN 17.12.88 Heusden 10 Jul 10SAM 1:41.77 Joaquim Cruz BRA 12.3.63 Köln 26 Aug 84NAM 1:42.60 Johnny Gray USA 19.6.60 Koblenz 28 Aug 85ASI 1:42.79 Youssef Saad Kamel (ex-KEN) BRN 29.3.83 Monaco 29 Jul 08CAC 1:42.85 Norberto Téllez CUB 22.1.72 Atlanta 31 Jul 96OCE 1:44.3+ Peter Snell NZL 17.12.38 Christchurch 3 Feb 62Age recordsWY 1:44.34 Belal Mansoor Ali BRN 17.10.88 Conegliano 17 Jun 05IAAF-J 1:42.69 Abubaker Kaki SUD 21.6.89 Oslo 6 Jun 08W35 1:43.36 Johnny Gray USA 19.6.60 Zürich 16 Aug 95W40 1:48.81i Johnny Gray USA 19.6.60 Atlanta 3 Mar 01

1:50.34 Jim Sorensen USA 10.5.67 Bloomington 30 Jun 07

1500 MetresIAAF, AFR 3:26.00 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 14.9.74 Roma 14 Jul 98

Pace – 400m: 53.6; 800m: 1:50.5; 1000m: 2:18.5; 1100m: 2:32.8; 1200m: 2:46.4C 3:26.34 Bernard Lagat KEN 12.12.74 Bruxelles 24 Aug 01EUR 3:28.95 Fermín Cacho ESP 16.2.69 Zürich 13 Aug 97ASI 3:29.14 Rashid Ramzi (ex-MAR) BRN 17.7.80 Roma 14 Jul 06NAM 3:29.30 Bernard Lagat (ex-KEN) USA 12.12.74 Rieti 28 Aug 05OCE 3:31.06 * Ryan Gregson AUS 26.4.90 Monaco 22 Jul 10

3:31.96 Simon Doyle AUS 9.11.66 Stockholm 3 Jul 91SAM 3:33.25 Hudson de Souza BRA 25.2.77 Rieti 28 Aug 05CAC 3:36.60 Stephen Agar DMA 6.6.68 Abbotsford 2 Jun 96Age recordsWY 3:33.72 Nicholas Kiptanui Kemboi KEN 18.12.89 Zürich 18 Aug 06IAAF-J 3:30.24 Cornelius Chirchir KEN 5.6.83 Monaco 19 Jul 02W35 3:32.45 William Tanui KEN 22.2.64 Athína 16 Jun 99W40 3:44.06 Jim Sorenson USA 10.5.67 Eagle Rock 3 Jul 07

3000 MetresIAAF, AFR, C 7:20.67 Daniel Komen KEN 17.5.76 Rieti 1 Sep 96

Pace – 1000m: 2:54.9; 2000m: 4:53.4EUR 7:26.62 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 10.10.70 Monaco 18 Aug 00ASI 7:30.76 Jamal Bilal Salem (ex-KEN) QAT 12.9.78 Doha 13 May 05NAM 7:30.84 Bob Kennedy USA 18.8.70 Monaco 8 Aug 98OCE 7:32.19 Craig Mottram AUS 18.6.80 Athína 17 Sep 06CAC 7:35.71 Arturo Barrios MEX 12.12.63 Nice 10 Jul 89SAM 7:39.70 Hudson de Souza BRA 25.2.77 Lausanne 2 Jul 02Age recordsWY 7:32.37 Abreham Cherkos ETH 23.9.89 Lausanne 11 Jul 06IAAF-J 7:28.78 Augustine Choge KEN 21.1.87 Doha 13 May 05W35 7:37.23 John Kibowen KEN 21.4.69 Doha 14 May 04W40 8:03.69 Toni Bernardo AND 9.12.66 Parafrugell 26 May 07

5000 MetresIAAF, AFR 12:37.35 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 13.6.82 Hengelo 31 May 04

Pace – 1000m: 2:33.24; 2000m: 5:05.47; 3000m: 7:37.34; 4000m: 10:07.93, 57.9 last lapC 12:39.74 Daniel Komen KEN 17.5.76 Bruxelles 22 Aug 97EUR 12:49.71 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 10.10.70 Bruxelles 25 Aug 00ASI 12:51.98 Saif Saaeed Shaheen (ex-KEN) QAT 15.10.82 Roma 14 Jul 06NAM 12:54.12 * Bernard Lagat USA 12.12.74 Oslo 4 Jun 10

12:56.27 Dathan Ritzenhein USA 30.12.82 Zürich 28 Aug 09OCE 12:55.76 Craig Mottram AUS 18.6.80 London 30 Jul 04CAC 13:07.79 Arturo Barrios MEX 12.12.63 London 14 Jul 89SAM 13:19.43 Marilson dos Santos BRA 6.8.77 Kassel 8 Jun 06Age recordsWY 12:54.19 Abreham Cherkos ETH 23.9.89 Roma 14 Jul 06IAAF-J 12:52.61 Eluid Kipchoge KEN 5.11.84 Oslo 27 Jun 03W35 13:01.32 John Kibowen KEN 21.4.69 Roma 2 Jul 04W40 13:43.15 Mohamed Ezzher FRA 26.4.60 Sotteville 3 Jul 00

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3000 Metres SteeplechaseIAAF, ASI 7:53.63 Saif Saaeed Shaheen (ex-KEN) QAT 15.10.82 Bruxelles 3 Sep 04

Pace – 1000m: 2:36.13; 2000m: 5:18.09AFR 7:55.28 Brahim Boulami MAR 20.4.72 Bruxelles 24 Aug 01C 7:55.72 Bernard Barmasai KEN 6.5.74 Köln 24 Aug 97EUR 8:01.18 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 20.12.78 Berlin 18 Aug 09NAM 8:08.82 Daniel Lincoln USA 22.10.80 Roma 14 Jul 06OCE 8:14.05 Peter Renner NZL 27.10.59 Koblenz 29 Aug 84SAM 8:14.41 Wander Moura BRA 22.2.69 Mar del Plata 22 Mar 95CAC 8:25.69 Salvador Miranda MEX 2.8.71 Barakaldo 9 Jul 00Age recordsWY 8:17.28 Jonathan Ndiku KEN 18.9.91 Bydgoszcz 13 Jul 08IAAF-J 7:58.66 Stephen Cherono KEN 15.10.82 Bruxelles 24 Aug 01W35 8:04.95 Simon Vroemen NED 11.5.69 Bruxelles 26 Aug 06W40 8:38.40 Angelo Carosi ITA 20.1.64 Firenze 11 Jul 04Disqualified performance: 7:53.17 Brahim Boulami MAR 20.4.72 Zürich 16 Aug 02

110 Metres HurdlesIAAF, CAC 12.87 0.9 Dayron Robles CUB 19.11.86 Ostrava 12 Jun 08ASI 12.88 1.1 Liu Xiang CHN 13.7.83 Lausanne 11 Jul 06NAM 12.89 0.5* David Oliver USA 24.4.82 Paris 16 Jul 10

12.90 1.1 Dominique Arnold USA 14.9.73 Lausanne 11 Jul 06EUR, C 12.91 0.5 Colin Jackson GBR/WAL 18.2.67 Stuttgart 20 Aug 93AFR 13.26 1.4 Shaun Bownes RSA 24.10.70 Heusden 14 Jul 01OCE 13.29 0.6 Kyle Vander-Kuyp AUS 30.5.71 Göteborg 11 Aug 95SAM 13.29 -0.4 Redelen dos Santos BRA 24.4.76 Lisboa 13 Jun 04

13.29 0.7 Paulo Villar COL 28.7.78 Cartagena 26 Jul 06Age recordsWY (91.4cm) 13.18 0.2 Wayne Davis USA 22.8.91 Ostrava 12 Jul 07WY (106.7cm) 13.43 1.9 Shi Dongpeng CHN 6.1.84 Shanghai 6 May 01IAAF-J (106.7cm) 13.12 1.6 Liu Xiang CHN 13.7.83 Lausanne 2 Jul 02IAAF-J (99/100cm)Vacant, until someone matches the record set for 106.7cm above. The following mark was better but cannot beratified due to inadequate doping control:

13.08 2.0 Wayne Davis USA Port of Spain 31 Jul 09W35 12.96 0.4 Allen Johnson USA 18.2.67 Athína 17 Sep 06W40 (106.7cm) 13.79 .? Roger Kingdom USA 26.8.62 Slippery Rock 23 Jun 04

13.97 1.8 David Ashford USA 23.1.63 Indianapolis 3 Jul 04

400 Metres HurdlesIAAF, NAM 46.78 Kevin Young USA 16.9.66 Barcelona 6 Aug 92AFR, C 47.10 Samuel Matete ZAM 27.7.68 Zürich 7 Aug 91CAC 47.25 Felix Sánchez DOM 30.8.77 Saint-Denis 29 Aug 03EUR 47.37 Stéphane Diagana FRA 23.7.69 Lausanne 5 Jul 95ASI 47.53 Hadi Al-Somaily KSA 30.12.76 Sydney 27 Sep 00SAM 47.84 Bayano Kamani PAN 17.4.80 Helsinki 7 Aug 05OCE 48.28 Rohan Robinson AUS 15.11.71 Atlanta 31 Jul 96Age recordsWY (84cm) 49.01 William Wynne USA 30.1.90 Ostrava 15 Jul 07WY (91.4cm) 48.89 Louis van Zyl RSA 20.7.85 Kingston 19 Jul 02IAAF-J 48.02 Danny Harris USA 7.9.65 Los Angeles 17 Jun 84W35 48.13 Danny McFarlane JAM 14.6.72 Monaco 28 Jul 09W40 52.62 Antônio Dias Ferreira BRA 2.3.60 Rio de Janeiro 23 Jul 00

High JumpIAAF, CAC 2.45 Javier Sotomayor CUB 13.10.67 Salamanca 27 Jul 93EUR 2.42 Patrik Sjöberg SWE 5.1.65 Stockholm 30 Jun 87

2.42i# Carlos Thränhardt FRG 5.7.57 Berlin 26 Feb 88NAM 2.40i# Hollis Conway USA 8.1.67 Sevilla 10 Mar 91

2.40 Charles Austin USA 19.12.67 Zürich 7 Aug 91ASI 2.39 Zhu Jianhua CHN 29.5.63 Eberstadt 10 Jun 84C 2.38i# Steve Smith GBR/ENG 29.3.73 Wuppertal 4 Feb 94

2.38 Troy Kemp BAH 18.6.66 Nice 12 Jul 95AFR, C 2.38 Jacques Freitag RSA 11.6.82 Oudtshoorn 5 Mar 05OCE 2.36 Tim Forsyth AUS 17.8.73 Melbourne 2 Mar 97SAM 2.33A Gilmar Mayo COL 3.9.69 Pereira 17 Oct 94Age recordsWY 2.33 Javier Sotomayor CUB 13.10.67 La Habana 19 May 84IAAF-J 2.37 Dragutin Topic YUG/SRB 12.3.71 Plovdiv 12 Aug 90

2.37 Steve Smith GBR 29.3.73 Seoul 20 Sep 92

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W35 2.31 Dragutin Topic SRB 12.3.71 Kragujevic 28 Jul 09W40 2.15 Glen Conley USA 9.1.57 Troy 2 Aug 97

2.15A Dalton Grant GBR 8.4.66 Albertville 13 Jul 08

Pole VaultW, EUR# 6.15i Sergey Bubka UKR 4.12.63 Donetsk 21 Feb 93IAAF, EUR 6.14A Sergey Bubka UKR 4.12.63 Sestriere 31 Jul 94OCE, C 6.06i * Steven Hooker AUS 16.7.82 Boston 7 Feb 09

6.05 Dmitri Markov AUS 14.3.75 Edmonton 9 Aug 01NAM 6.04 Brad Walker USA 21.6.81 Eugene 8 Jun 08AFR 6.03 Okkert Brits RSA 22.8.73 Köln 18 Aug 95ASI 5.92i# Igor Potapovich KAZ 6.9.67 Stockholm 19 Feb 98

5.90 Grigoriy Yegorov KAZ 12.1.67 Stuttgart 19 Aug 935.90# Grigoriy Yegorov KAZ 12.1.67 London 10 Sep 935.90 Igor Potapovich KAZ 6.9.67 Nice 10 Jul 96

CAC 5.82 Giovanni Lanaro MEX 27.9.81 Walnut 15 Apr 07SAM 5.77 Fábio da Silva BRA 4.8.83 São Paulo 7 Jun 07Age recordsWY 5.51 Germán Chiaraviglio ARG 16.4.87 Pôrto Alegre 1 May 04IAAF-J 5.80 Maksim Tarasov URS/RUS 2.12.70 Bryansk 14 Jul 89

5.80 Raphael Holzdeppe GER 28.9.89 Biberach 28 Jun 08W35 5.88i Jeff Hartwig USA 25.9.67 Jonesboro 22 Feb 04

5.85 Derek Miles USA 28.9.72 Berlin 7 Sep 08W40 5.71i Jeff Hartwig USA 25.9.67 Jonesboro 31 May 08

5.70 Jeff Hartwig USA 25.9.67 Eugene 29 Jun 085.70 Jeff Hartwig USA 25.9.67 Karlsruhe 9 Jul 08

Long JumpIAAF, NAM 8.95 0.3 Mike Powell USA 10.11.63 Tokyo 30 Aug 91EUR 8.86A 1.9 Robert Emmiyan URS/ARM 16.2.65 Tsakhkadzor 22 May 87SAM 8.73 1.2 Irving Saladino PAN 23.1.83 Hengelo 24 May 08CAC 8.71 1.9 Iván Pedroso CUB 17.12.72 Salamanca 18 Jul 95C 8.62 0.7 James Beckford JAM 9.1.75 Orlando 5 Apr 97AFR 8.50 1.8 Godfrey Mokoena RSA 6.3.85 Madrid 4 Jul 09OCE 8.49 0.6 Jai Taurima AUS 26.6.72 Sydney 28 Sep 00ASI 8.48 0.6 Mohamed Al-Khuwailidi KSA 19.6.81 Sotteville 2 Jul 06Age recordsWY 8.25 1.9 Luis Bueno CUB 22.5.69 La Habana 28 Sep 86IAAF-J 8.34 0.0 Randy Williams USA 23.8.53 München 8 Sep 72W35 8.50 1.9 Larry Myricks USA 10.3.56 New York 15 Jun 91

8.50 -1.3 Carl Lewis USA 1.7.61 Atlanta 29 Jul 96W40 7.68A Aaron Simpson USA 20.9.61 Cedar City 21 Jun 02

Triple JumpIAAF, EUR, C 18.29 1.3 Jonathan Edwards GBR/ENG 10.5.66 Göteborg 7 Aug 95NAM 18.09 -0.4 Kenny Harrison USA 13.2.65 Atlanta 27 Jul 96CAC 17.92 1.9 James Beckford JAM 9.1.75 Odessa, Tx 20 May 95SAM 17.90 0.4 Jadel Gregório BRA 16.9.80 Belém 20 May 07ASI 17.59 0.0 Li Yanxi CHN 26.6.84 Jinan 26 Oct 09OCE 17.46 1.7 Ken Lorraway AUS 6.2.56 London 7 Aug 82AFR 17.37 1.6 Tareq Bougtaïb MAR 30.4.81 Khémisset 14 Jul 07Age recordsWY 16.89 Gu Junjie CHN 5.5.85 Guangzhou 25 Aug 00IAAF-J 17.50 0.4 Volker Mai GDR 3.5.66 Erfurt 23 Jun 85W35 17.92 0.7 Jonathan Edwards GBR 10.5.66 Edmonton 6 Aug 01W40 16.58 2.0 Ray Kimble USA 19.4.53 Edinburgh 2 Jul 93

Shot Put (7.26 Kg)IAAF, NAM 23.12 Randy Barnes USA 16.6.66 Westwood 20 May 90EUR 23.06 Ulf Timmermann GDR 1.11.62 Khaniá 22 May 88AFR, C 21.97 Janus Robberts RSA 10.3.79 Eugene 2 Jun 01CAC 21.45# Dorian Scott JAM 2.1.82 Tallahassee 28 Mar 08

20.78 Alexis Paumier CUB 21.1.75 La Habana 29 Jul 00OCE 21.26 Scott Martin AUS 12.10.82 Melbourne 21 Feb 08SAM 21.14 Marco Antonio Verni CHI 27.2.76 Santiago de Chile 29 Jul 04ASI 21.13 Sultan Abdulmajeed Al-Hebshi KSA 23.2.83 Doha 8 May 09Age recordsWY (5.Kg) 22.79 Marin Premeru CRO 29.8.90 Varazdin 13 Oct 07WY (5.44Kg) 21.90 Arnold Campbell USA 15.11.66 Winter Park 28 May 83

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WY (6Kg) 21.11 Wang Like CHN 2.4.89 Yantai 15 Oct 06WY (7.26Kg) 18.73 Karsten Stolz FRG 23.7.64 Essen 2 Sep 81WJ (7.26Kg) 21.05i Terry Albritton USA 14.1.55 New York 22 Feb 74WY (7.26Kg) 20.65 Mike Carter USA 29.10.60 Boston 4 Jul 79WY (6 Kg) 20.85 Rutger Smith NED 9.7.81 Hengelo 24 Jun 00IAAF-J (7.26 Kg) 20.39 Janus Robberts RSA 10.3.79 Germiston 7 Mar 98IAAF-J (6 Kg) 22.73 David Storl USA 27.7.90 Osterode 14 Jul 09W35 22.67 Kevin Toth USA 29.12.67 Lawrence 19 Apr 03W40 21.41 Brian Oldfield USA 1.6.45 Innsbruck 22 Aug 85

Discus Throw (2 Kg)IAAF, EUR 74.08 Jürgen Schult GDR 11.5.60 Neubrandenburg 6 Jun 86NAM 72.34‡ Ben Plucknett USA 13.4.54 Stockholm 7 Jul 81

71.32# Ben Plucknett USA 13.4.54 Eugene 4 Jun 83CAC 71.06 Luis Delís CUB 6.12.57 La Habana 21 May 83AFR, C 70.32 Frantz Kruger (now FIN) RSA 22.5.75 Salon-de-Provence 26 May 02ASI 69.32 Ehsan Hadadi IRI 21.1.85 Tallinn 3 Jun 08OCE 66.37 Benn Harradine AUS 14.10.82 Salinas 22 May 08SAM 66.32 Jorge Balliengo ARG 5.1.78 Rosario 15 Apr 06Age recordsWY (1.5 Kg) 77.50 Nikita Nesterenko UKR 15.4.91 Koncha Zaspa 19 May 08WY (1.75 Kg) 70.13 Nikita Nesterenko POL 15.4.91 Halle 24 May 08WY (2 Kg) 65.31 Nikita Nesterenko UKR 15.4.91 Tallinn 3 Jun 08WJ (2 Kg) 65.62 Werner Reiterer AUS 27.1.68 Melbourne 15 Dec 87IAAF-J (2 Kg) 63.64 Werner Hartmann FRG 20.4.59 Strasbourg 25 Jun 78IAAF-J (1.75Kg) 70.13 Nikita Nesterenko UKR 15.4.91 Halle 24 May 08W35 71.56 Virgilijus Alekna LTU 13.2.72 Kaunas 25 Jul 07W40 69.46 Al Oerter USA 19.9.36 Wichita 31 May 80‡ Annulled by IAAF due to doping violation, but nevertheless ratified by USA Track & Field

Hammer Throw (7.26 Kg)IAAF, EUR 86.74 Yuriy Sedykh UKR/RUS 11.6.55 Stuttgart 30 Aug 86ASI 84.86 Koji Murofushi JPN 8.10.74 Praha 29 Jun 03NAM 82.52 Lance Deal USA 21.8.61 Milano 7 Sep 96AFR, C 80.63 Chris Harmse RSA 31.5.73 Durban 15 Apr 05OCE 79.29 Stuart Rendell AUS 30.6.72 Varazdin 6 Jun 02CAC 77.78 Alberto Sánchez CUB 2.2.73 La Habana 15 May 98SAM 76.42 Juan Cerra ARG 16.10.76 Trieste 25 Jul 01Age recordsWY (5 Kg) 83.28 József Horváth HUN 3.4.84 Szombathely 10 May 01WY (7.26 Kg) 73.66 Vladislav Piskunov UKR 7.6.78 Kiyev 11 Jun 94IAAF-J (7.26Kg) 78.33 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen FIN 7.3.80 Seinäjoki 5 Aug 99IAAF-J (6Kg) 82.97 Javier Cienfuegos ESP 15.7.90 Madrid 17 Jun 09W35 83.62 Igor Astapkovich BLR 1.4.63 Staiki 20 Jun 98W40 82.23 Igor Astapkovich BLR 1.4.63 Minsk 10 Jul 04

Javelin ThrowIAAF, EUR 98.48 Jan Zelezny CZE 16.6.66 Jena 25 May 96C 91.46 Steve Backley GBR/ENG 12.2.69 North Shore 25 Jan 92NAM 91.29 Breaux Greer USA 19.10.76 Indianapolis 21 Jun 07OCE 89.02 Jarrod Bannister AUS 3.10.84 Brisbane 29 Feb 08AFR 88.75 Marius Corbett RSA 26.9.75 Kuala Lumpur 21 Sep 98ASI 87.60 Kazuhiro Mizoguchi JPN 18.3.62 San Jose 27 May 89CAC 87.17 Guillermo Martínez CUB 28.6.81 Saint-Denis 8 Jul 06SAM 84.70 Edgar Baumann PAR 16.4.70 San Marcos 17 Oct 99Age recordsWY (700 gm) 83.02 Valeriy Yordan RUS 14.2.92 Vladimir 17 May 09WY (800 gm) 89.34 Braian Toledo ARG 8.9.93 Mar del Plata 6 Mar 10IAAF-J 83.87 Andreas Thorkildsen NOR 1.4.82 Bergen 7 Jun 01W35 92.80 Jan Zelezny CZE 16.6.66 Edmonton 12 Aug 01W40 85.92 Jan Zelezny CZE 16.6.66 Göteborg 9 Aug 06

4 x 100 Metres RelayIAAF, CAC, C 37.10 Jamaica (Carter, Frater, Bolt, Powell) Beijing 22 Aug 08NAM 37.40 USA (Marsh, Burrell, Mitchell, C. Lewis) Barcelona 8 Aug 92

37.40 USA (Drummond, Cason, Mitchell, Burrell) Stuttgart 21 Aug 93EUR 37.73 GB & NI (Gardener, Campbell, Devonish, Chambers) Sevilla 29 Aug 99SAM 37.90 Brazil (V Lima, Ribeiro, A da Silva, Cl da Silva) Sydney 30 Sep 00AFR 37.94 Nigeria (O Ezinwa, Adeniken, Obikwelu, D Ezinwa) Athína 9 Aug 97OCE 38.17 Australia (Henderson, Jackson, Brimacombe, Marsh) Göteborg 12 Aug 95ASI 38.03 Japan (Tsukahara, Suetsugu, Takahira, Asahara) Osaka 1 Sep 07

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Age recordsWY 40.03 Jamaica (W Smith, Frater, Spence, O Brown) Bydgoszcz 18 Jul 99IAAF-J 38.66 USA (Kimmons, Omole, Williams, Merritt) Grosseto 18 Jul 04W40 42.20 Speed West/USA (Strong, Stephenson, Berry, Gault) Irvine 2 May 04

4 x 400 Metres RelayIAAF, NAM 2:54.29 USA (Valmon, Watts, Reynolds, Johnson) Stuttgart 22 Aug 93EUR 2:56.60 GB & NI (Thomas, Baulch, Richardson, Black) Atlanta 3 Aug 96CAC, C 2:56.75 Jamaica (M McDonald, Haughton, McFarlane, Clarke) Athína 10 Aug 97SAM 2:58.56 Brazil (de Araújo, de Oliveira Santos, Cl da Silva, Parrela) Winnipeg 30 Jul 99AFR 2:58.68 Nigeria (Chukwu, Monye, Bada, Udo-Obong) Sydney 30 Sep 00OCE 2:59.70 Australia (Frayne, Clark, Minihan, Mitchell) Los Angeles 11 Aug 84ASI 3:00.76 Japan (Karube, K Ito, Osakada, Omori) Atlanta 3 Aug 96Age recordsWY 3:12.05 Poland (Zrada, Kedzia, Grzegorczyk, Kowalski) Kaunas 5 Aug 01IAAF-J 3:01.09 USA (Johnson, Merritt, Craig, Clement) Grosseto 18 Jul 04W40 3:20.83 USA (S Allah, K Morning, E Gonera, R Blackwell) Philadelphia 27 Apr 01Disqualified performance: 2:54.20 United States (Young, Pettigrew, Washington, Johnson) Uniondale 22 Jul 98

Performances superior or equal to Asian records by athletes from former USSR Republics prior to 1992High Jump 2.41 Igor Paklin KGZ 15.6.63 Kobe 4 Sep 85Pole Vault 6.02i Rodion Gataullin UZB 23.11.65 Gomel 4 Feb 89

6.00 Rodion Gataullin UZB 23.11.65 Tokyo 16 Sep 89

WOMEN

100 MetresIAAF, NAM 10.49 0.0 Florence Griffith Joyner USA 21.12.59 Indianapolis 16 Jul 88EUR 10.73 2.0 Christine Arron FRA 13.9.73 Budapest 19 Aug 98CAC, C 10.73 1.3 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM 27.12.86 Berlin 17 Aug 09ASI 10.79 0.0 Li Xuemei CHN 5.1.77 Shanghai 18 Oct 97AFR 10.84# 1.3 Chioma Ajunwa NGR 25.12.70 Lagos 11 Apr 92

10.90 1.4 Glory Alozie NGR 30.12.77 La Laguna 5 Jun 99OCE 11.12A 1.9 Melinda Gainsford-Taylor AUS 1.10.71 Sestriere 31 Jul 94SAM 11.17A 1.3 Lucimar de Moura BRA 22.3.74 Bogotá (ht) 25 Jun 99

11.17A 0.3 Lucimar de Moura BRA 22.3.74 Bogotá (final) 25 Jun 9911.17A 1.4 Ana Claudia da Silva BRA 6.11.88 Medellín 20 Mar 10

Age recordsWY 11.13 2.0 Chandra Cheeseborough USA 16.1.59 Eugene 21 Jun 76IAAF-J 10.88 2.0 Marlies Oelsner GDR 21.3.58 Dresden 1 Jul 77W35 10.74 1.3 Merlene Ottey JAM 10.5.60 Milano 7 Sep 96W40 10.99 -1.2 Merlene Ottey JAM 10.5.60 Thessaloniki 30 Aug 00

200 MetresIAAF, NAM 21.34 1.3 Florence Griffith Joyner USA 21.12.59 Seoul 29 Sep 88CAC, C 21.64 0.8 Merlene Ottey (now SLO) JAM 10.5.60 Bruxelles 13 Sep 91EUR 21.71 0.7 Marita Koch GDR 18.2.57 Karl-Marx-Stadt 10 Jun 79

21.71 0.3 Marita Koch GDR 18.2.57 Potsdam 21 Jul 8421.71 1.2 Heike Daute/Drechsler GDR 16.12.64 Jena 29 Jun 8621.71 -0.8 Heike Daute/Drechsler GDR 16.12.64 Stuttgart 29 Aug 86

ASI 22.01 0.0 Li Xuemei CHN 5.1.77 Shanghai 22 Oct 97AFR 22.06A†# 0.7 Evette de Klerk RSA 21.6.85 Pietersburg 8 Apr 89

22.07 -0.1 Mary Onyali NGR 3.2.68 Zürich 14 Aug 96OCE 22.23 0.8 Melinda Gainsford-Taylor AUS 1.10.71 Stuttgart 13 Jul 97SAM 22.60A 1.6 Lucimar de Moura BRA 22.3.74 Bogotá 26 Jun 99Age recordsWY 22.58 0.8 Marion Jones USA 12.10.75 New Orleans 28 Jun 92WJ 22.11A✕-0.5 Allyson Felix USA 18.11.85 Ciudad de Mexico 3 May 03IAAF-J 22.18 0.8 Allyson Felix USA 18.11.85 Athína 25 Aug 04W35 21.93 1.0 Merlene Ottey JAM 10.5.60 Bruxelles 25 Aug 95W40 22.72 1.4 Merlene Ottey (ex-JAM) SLO 10.5.60 Athína 23 Aug 04

400 MetresIAAF, EUR 47.60 Marita Koch GDR 18.2.57 Canberra 6 Oct 85

Halves of 22.4 & 25.2OCE, C 48.63 Cathy Freeman AUS 16.2.73 Atlanta 29 Jul 96NAM 48.70 Sanya Richards USA 26.2.85 Athína 16 Sep 06CAC 48.89 Ana Guevara MEX 4.3.77 Saint-Denis 27 Aug 03

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AFR 49.10 Falilat Ogunkoya NGR 12.5.68 Atlanta 29 Jul 96SAM 49.64 Ximena Restrepo COL 10.3.69 Barcelona 5 Aug 92ASI 49.81 Ma Yuqing CHN 11.9.72 Beijing 11 Sep 93Age recordsWY 50.01 Li Jing CHN 14.2.80 Shanghai 18 Oct 97IAAF-J 49.42 Grit Breuer GER 16.2.72 Tokyo 27 Aug 91W35 50.27 Jearl Miles-Clark USA 4.9.66 Madrid 20 Sep 02W40 53.05A María Figueirêdo BRA 11.11.63 Bogotá 10 Jul 04

800 MetresIAAF, EUR 1:53.28 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH/CZE 26.1.51 München 26 Jul 83

Pace – 400m: 56.1; 600m: 1:25.0AFR, C 1:54.01 Pamela Jelimo KEN 5.12.89 Zürich 29 Aug 08CAC 1:54.44 Ana Quirot CUB 23.3.63 Barcelona 9 Sep 89ASI 1:55.54 Liu Dong CHN 24.12.73 Beijing 9 Sep 93NAM 1:56.40 Jearl Miles-Clark USA 4.9.66 Zürich 11 Aug 99SAM 1:56.68 Letitia Vriesde SUR 5.10.64 Göteborg 13 Aug 95OCE 1:58.25 Toni Hodgkinson NZL 12.12.71 Atlanta 27 Jul 96Age recordsIAAF-J 1:54.01 Pamela Jelimo KEN 5.12.89 Zürich 29 Aug 08WY 1:57.18 Wang Yuan CHN 8.4.76 Beijing 8 Sep 93W35 1:56.53 Lyubov Gurina RUS 6.8.57 Hechtel 30 Jul 94W40 1:59.25 Yekaterina Podkopayeva RUS 11.6.52 Luxembourg 30 Jun 94

1500 MetresIAAF, ASI 3:50.46 Qu Yunxia CHN 25.12.72 Beijing 11 Sep 93

Pace – 400m: 57.2; 800m: 2:00.8; 1200m: 3:05.2EUR 3:52.47 Tatyana Kazankina URS/RUS 17.12.51 Zürich 13 Aug 80AFR 3:55.30 Hassiba Boulmerka ALG 10.7.68 Barcelona 8 Aug 92NAM 3:57.12 Mary Decker/Slaney USA 4.8.58 Stockholm 26 Jul 83C 3:57.41 Jackline Maranga KEN 16.12.77 Monaco 8 Aug 98OCE 4:00.93 Sarah Jamieson AUS 24.3.75 Stockholm 26 Jul 06CAC 4:01.84 Yvonne Graham JAM 22.8.65 Monaco 25 Jul 95SAM 4:05.67 Letitia Vriesde SUR 5.10.64 Tokyo 31 Aug 91Age recordsWY 3:54.52 Zhang Ling CHN 13.4.80 Shanghai 18 Oct 97IAAF-J 3:51.34 Lang Yinglai CHN 22.8.79 Shanghai 18 Oct 97W35 3:57.73 Maricica Puica ROU 29.7.50 Bruxelles 30 Aug 85W40 3:59.78 Yekaterina Podkopayeva RUS 11.6.52 Nice 18 Jul 94

3000 MetresIAAF, ASI 8:06.11 Wang Junxia CHN 9.1.73 Beijing 13 Sep 93

Pace – 1000m: 2:42.0; 2000m: 5:29.7EUR 8:21.42 Gabriela Szabo ROU 14.11.75 Monaco 19 Jul 02C 8:22.20 Paula Radcliffe GBR/ENG 17.12.73 Monaco 19 Jul 02AFR 8:23.23 Edith Masai KEN 4.4.67 Monaco 19 Jul 02NAM 8:25.83 Mary Slaney USA 4.8.58 Roma 7 Sep 85OCE 8:35.31 Kim Smith NZL 19.11.81 Monaco 25 Jul 07CAC 8:37.07 Yvonne Graham JAM 16.8.95 Zürich 16 Aug 95SAM 9:02.37 Delirde Bernardi BRA 27.4.69 Linz 4 Jul 94Age recordsWY 8:36.45 Ma Ningning CHN 1.6.76 Jinan 6 Jun 93IAAF-J 8:28.83 Zola Budd/Pieterse (ex-RSA) GBR 26.5.66 Roma 7 Sep 85W35 8:23.23 Edith Masai KEN 4.4.67 Monaco 19 Jul 02W40 9:02.83i Lyubov Kremlyova RUS 21.12.61 Moskva 22 Jan 02

9:11.2 Joyce Smith GBR 26.10.37 London 30 Apr 78

5000 MetresIAAF, AFR 14:11.15 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH 1.10.85 Oslo 6 Jun 08

Pace – 1000m: 2:48.08; 2000m: 5:43.64; 3000m: 8:38.83; 4000m: 11:28.44, 63.88 last lapC 14:22.51 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 11.9.83 Oslo 15 Jun 07EUR 14:23.75 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 13.11.77 Kazan 19 Jul 08ASI 14:28.09 Jiang Bo CHN 13.3.77 Shanghai 23 Oct 97NAM 14:44.80 Shalane Flanagan USA 8.7.81 Walnut 13 Apr 07OCE 14:45.93 Kim Smith NZL 19.11.81 Roma 11 Jul 08CAC 15:04.32 Adriana Fernández MEX 4.4.71 Gresham 17 May 03SAM 15:22.01 Carmen de Oliveira BRA 17.8.65 Hechtel 31 Jul 93Age recordsWY 14:45.71 Song Liqing CHN 20.1.80 Shanghai 21 Oct 97

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IAAF-J 14:30.88 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH 1.10.85 Bergen 11 Jun 04W35 14:33.84 Edith Masai KEN 4.4.67 Oslo 2 Jun 06W40 15:20.59 Elena Fidatov ROU 24.7.60 Bucuresti 7 Aug 00

3000 Metres SteeplechaseIAAF, EUR 8:58.81 Gulnara Samitova-Galkina RUS 9.7.78 Beijing 17 Aug 08

Pace – 1000m: 2:58.63; 2000m: 6:01.20AFR, C 9:07.41 Eunice Jepkorir KEN 2.2.82 Beijing 17 Aug 08NAM 9:12.50 Jenny Barringer USA 23.8.86 Berlin 17 Aug 09OCE 9:18.35 Donna MacFarlane AUS 18.6.77 Oslo 6 Jun 08ASI 9:26.25 Liu Nian CHN 26.4.88 Wuhan 2 Nov 07CAC 9:27.21 Mardrea Hyman JAM 22.12.72 Monaco 9 Sep 05SAM 9:41.22 Sabine Heitling BRA 2.7.87 London 25 Jul 09Age recordsWY 9:29.52 Korahubish Itaa ETH 28.2.92 Huelva 10 Jun 09IAAF-J 9:24.51 Ruth Bisibori KEN 2.1.88 Daegu 3 Oct 07W35 9:33.93 Minori Hayakari JPN 29.11.72 Heusden 20 Jul 08W40 10:38.98 Soraya Telles BRA 15.9.58 Rio de Janiero 5 Jun 99

100 Metres HurdlesIAAF, EUR 12.21 0.7 Yordanka Donkova BUL 28.9.61 Stara Zagora 20 Aug 88NAM 12.33 -0.3 Gail Devers USA 19.11.66 Sacramento 23 Jul 00ASI 12.44 -0.8 Olga Shishigina KAZ 23.12.68 Luzern 27 Jun 95AFR 12.44 0.4 Glory Alozie NGR 30.12.77 Monaco 8 Aug 98

12.44 0.0 Glory Alozie NGR 30.12.77 Bruxelles 28 Aug 98AFR, C 12.44 0.7 Glory Alozie NGR 30.12.77 Sevilla 28 Aug 99CAC 12.45 1.4 Brigitte Foster JAM 7.11.74 Eugene 24 May 03OCE 12.50 0.7 Sally McLellan/Pearson AUS 19.9.86 Monaco 29 Jul 09SAM 12.71 0.1 Maurren Maggi BRA 25.6.76 Manaus 19 May 01Age recordsWY (84cm) 12.95 1.5 Candy Young USA 21.5.62 Walnut 16 Jun 79WY (76.2cm) 13.08 -0.4 Adrianna Lamalle FRA 27.9.82 Bydgoszcz 18 Jul 99IAAF-J 12.84 1.5 Aliuska López CUB 29.8.69 Zagreb 16 Jul 87W35 12.40 1.2 Gail Devers USA 19.11.66 Lausanne 2 Jul 02W40 13.20 0.8 Patricia Girard GBR 8.4.68 Paris 14 Jul 08

400 Metres HurdlesIAAF, EUR 52.34 Yuliya Nosova/Pechonkina RUS 21.4.78 Tula 8 Aug 03CAC, C 52.42 Melaine Walker JAM 1.3.83 Berlin 20 Aug 09NAM 52.61 Kim Batten USA 29.3.69 Göteborg 11 Aug 95AFR 52.90 Nezha Bidouane MAR 27.12.76 Sevilla 25 Aug 99OCE 53.17 Debbie Flintoff-King AUS 20.4.60 Seoul 28 Sep 88ASI 53.96 Han Qing CHN 4.3.70 Beijing 9 Sep 93

53.96 Song Yinglan CHN 14.9.75 Guangzhou 22 Nov 01SAM 55.84 Lucimar Teodoro BRA 1.5.81 Bélem 24 May 09Age recordsWY 55.20 Lesley Maxie USA 4.1.67 San Jose 9 Jun 84IAAF-J 54.40 Wang Xing CHN 30.11.86 Nanjing 21 Oct 05W35 52.94 Marina Styepanova URS/RUS 1.5.50 Tashkent 17 Sep 86W40 58.3 Gowry Retchakan GBR 21.6.60 Hoo 3 Sep 00

58.35 Barbara Gähling GER 20.1.65 Erfurt 21 Jul 07

High JumpIAAF, EUR 2.09 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 25.3.65 Roma 30 Aug 87AFR, C 2.06 Hestrie Cloete RSA 26.8.78 Saint-Denis 31 Aug 03NAM 2.05 * Chaunté Howard/Lowe USA 12.1.84 Des Moines 26 Jun 10NAM 2.03 Louise Ritter USA 18.2.58 Austin 8 Jul 88

2.03 Louise Ritter USA 18.2.58 Seoul 30 Sep 88CAC 2.04 Silvia Costa CUB 4.5.64 Barcelona 9 Sep 89ASI 1.99 Marina Aitova KAZ 13.9.82 Athína 13 Jul 09OCE 1.98 Vanessa Ward AUS 5.1.63 Perth 12 Feb 89

1.98 Alison Inverarity AUS 12.8.70 Ingolstadt 17 Jul 94SAM 1.96 Solange Witteveen ARG 6.2.76 Oristano 8 Sep 97Age recordsWY 1.96A† Charmaine Gale RSA 27.2.64 Bloemfontein 4 Apr 81

1.96 Olga Turchak KAZ 5.3.67 Donetsk 7 Sep 84IAAF-J 2.01 Olga Turchak KAZ 5.3.67 Moskva 7 Jul 86

2.01 Heike Balck GDR 19.8.70 Karl-Marx-Stadt 18 Jun 89

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W35 2.01 Inga Babakova UKR 27.6.67 Oslo 27 Jun 03W40 1.76 Debbie Brill CAN 10.3.53 Gateshead 6 Aug 99

1.76A Patricia Porter USA 27.8.62 Albuquerque 6 Jun 04

Pole VaultIAAF, EUR 5.06 Yelena Isinbaeva RUS 3.6.82 Zürich 28 Aug 09NAM 4.92 Jennifer Stuczynski USA 6.2.82 Eugene 6 Jul 08SAM 4.85 Fabiana Murer BRA 16.3.81 San Fernando 4 Jun 10OCE, C 4.72i * Kym Howe AUS 12.6.80 Donetsk 10 Feb 07

4.65 Kym Howe AUS 12.6.80 Saulheim 30 Jun 07ASI 4.64 Gao Shuying CHN 28.10.79 New York 2 Jun 07CAC 4.50 Yarisley Silva CUB 1.6.87 La Habana 8 Feb 08

4.50 Yarisley Silva CUB 1.6.87 La Habana 8 Feb 08AFR 4.42 Elmarie Gerryts RSA 25.8.72 Wesel 12 Jun 00Age recordsWY 4.40 Valeriya Volik RUS 11.5.89 Kazan 8 Jul 06

4.40 Zhang Yingning CHN 6.1.90 Osaka 5 May 074.40 Vicky Parnov AUS 24.10.90 Saulheim 30 Jun 07

WJ 4.50 Valeriya Volik RUS 11.5.89 Krasnodar 4 Jun 08IAAF-J 4.48i Silke Spiegelburg GER 17.3.86 Münster 25 Aug 05W35 4.70 Stacy Dragila USA 25.3.71 Chula Vista 22 Jun 08W40 3.71 Irie Hill GBR 16.1.69 Lahti 2 Aug 09

Long JumpIAAF, EUR 7.52 1.4 Galina Chistyakova URS/RUS 26.7.62 Leningrad 11 Jun 88NAM 7.49 1.3 Jackie Joyner-Kersee USA 3.3.62 New York 22 May 94

7.49A 1.7 Jackie Joyner-Kersee USA 3.3.62 Sestriere 31 Jul 94SAM 7.26A 1.8 Maurren Maggi BRA 25.6.76 Bogotá 26 Jun 99CAC, C 7.16A -0.1 Elva Goulbourne JAM 21.1.80 Ciudad de México 22 May 04AFR 7.12 0.9 Chioma Ajunwa NGR 25.12.70 Atlanta 1 Aug 96ASI 7.01 1.4 Yao Weili CHN 6.5.68 Jinan 5 Jun 93OCE 7.00 1.8 Bronwyn Thompson AUS 5.3.67 Melbourne 7 Mar 02Age recordsWY 6.91 1.0 Heike Daute/Drechsler GDR 16.12.64 Jena 9 Aug 81IAAF-J 7.14 1.1 Heike Daute/Drechsler GDR 16.12.64 Bratislava 4 Jun 83W35 6.99 1.9 Heike Drechsler GER 16.12.64 Sydney 29 Sep 00W40 6.64 Tatyana Ter-Mesrobyan RUS 12.5.68 Sankt-Peterburg 31 May 08

Triple JumpIAAF, EUR 15.50 0.9 Inessa Kravets UKR 5.10.66 Göteborg 10 Aug 95AFR, C 15.39 0.5 Françoise Mbango CMR 14.4.76 Beijing 17 Aug 08CAC 15.29 0.3 Yamilé Aldama (now SUD) CUB 14.8.72 Roma 11 Jul 03ASI 15.11 0.3 Olga Rypakova KAZ 30.11.84 Beijing 17 Aug 08SAM 14.57 0.2 Keila Costa BRA 6.2.83 São Paulo 9 Jun 07NAM 14.45 0.7 Tiombé Hurd USA 17.8.73 Sacramento 11 Jul 04OCE 14.04 2.0 Nicole Mladenis AUS 22.9.75 Hobart 9 Mar 02

14.04 1.8 Nicole Mladenis AUS 22.9.75 Perth 7 Dec 03Age recordsWY 14.57 0.2 Huang Qiuyan CHN 5.6.80 Shanghai 19 Oct 97IAAF-J 14.62 1.0 Tereza Marinova BUL 5.9.77 Sydney 25 Aug 96W35 14.51 0.8 Yamilé Aldama SUD 14.8.72 Réthymno 14 Jul 08W40 13.05 0.6 Katalin Deák HUN 4.3.68 Budapest 14 Jun 09

Shot PutIAAF, EUR 22.63 Natalya Lisovskaya URS/RUS 16.7.62 Moskva 7 Jun 87ASI 21.76 Li Meisu CHN 17.4.59 Shijiazhuang 23 Apr 88OCE, C 21.07 Valerie Vili NZL 6.10.84 Thessaloníki 13 Sep 09CAC 20.96 Belsy Laza CUB 5.6.67 Ciudad de México 2 May 92NAM 20.18 Ramona Pagel USA 10.11.61 San Diego 25 Jun 88SAM 19.30A Elisângela Adriano BRA 27.7.72 Tunja 14 Jul 01AFR 18.43✕ Vivian Chukwuemeka NGR 4.3.75 Walnut 19 Apr 03

18.35 Vivian Chukwuemeka NGR 4.3.75 Ijebu Ode 17 Apr 06Age recordsWY 19.08 Ilke Wyludda GER 28.3.69 Karl-Marx-Stadt 9 Aug 86IAAF-J 20.54 Astrid Kumbernuss GDR 5.2.70 Orimattila 1 Jul 89W35 21.47i Helena Fibingerová CZE 13.7.49 Jablonec 9 Feb 85

21.46 Larisa Peleshenko RUS 29.2.64 Moskva 26 Aug 00W40 19.16i Antonina Ivanova URS/RUS 25.12.32 Moskva 24 Feb 74

19.05 Antonina Ivanova URS/RUS 25.12.32 Oryol 23 Aug 73

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Discus ThrowIAAF, EUR 76.80 Gabriele Reinsch GDR 23.9.63 Neubrandenburg 9 Jul 88ASI 71.68 Xiao Yanling CHN 27.3.68 Beijing 14 Mar 92CAC 70.88 Hilda Ramos CUB 1.9.64 La Habana 8 May 92OCE, C 68.72 Daniela Costian AUS 30.4.65 Auckland 22 Jan 94NAM 67.67 Suzy Powell USA 3.9.76 Wailuku 14 Apr 07AFR 64.87 Elizna Naude RSA 14.9.78 Stellenbosch 2 Mar 07SAM 61.96 Elisângela Adriano BRA 27.7.72 São Leopoldo 21 May 98Age recordsWY 65.86 Ilke Wyludda GDR 28.3.69 Neubrandenburg 1 Aug 86IAAF-J 74.40 Ilke Wyludda GDR 28.3.69 Berlin 13 Sep 88W35 69.60 Faina Melnik URS/RUS 9.7.45 Donetsk 9 Sep 80W40 67.89 Irina Yatchenko BLR 31.10.65 Staiki 29 Jun 08

Hammer ThrowIAAF, EUR 78.30 Anita Wlodarczyk POL 9.8.85 Bydgoszcz 6 Jun 09CAC 76.62 Yipsi Moreno CUB 19.11.80 Zagreb 9 Sep 08ASI 74.86 Zhang Wenxiu CHN 22.3.86 Shijiazhuang 3 Aug 07NAM 73.87 Erin Gilreath USA 11.8.80 Carson 25 Jun 05SAM 73.74 Jennifer Dahlgren ARG 27.8.84 Buenos Aires 10 Apr 10C 71.45 Candice Scott TRI 17.9.80 Marietta 15 May 05OCE 71.12 Bronwyn Eagles AUS 23.3.80 Adelaide 6 Feb 03AFR 68.48 Marwa Ahmed Hussein EGY 19.6.78 Al Qâhira 18 Feb 05Age recordsWY 70.60 Zhang Wenxiu CHN 22.3.86 Nanning 5 Apr 03IAAF-J 73.24 Zhang Wenxiu CHN 22.3.86 Changsha 24 Jun 05W35 72.36 Olga Kuzenkova RUS 4.10.70 Tula 2 Aug 07W40 59.29 Oneithea Lewis USA 11.6.60 Princeton 10 May 03Disqualified performance: 78.61 Tatyana Lysenko RUS 9.10.83 Sochi 26 May 07

Javelin ThrowIAAF, EUR 72.28 Barbora Spotáková CZE 30.6.81 Stuttgart 13 Sep 08CAC 71.70 Osleidys Menéndez CUB 14.11.79 Helsinki 14 Aug 05OCE, C 66.80 Louise Currey AUS 24.1.69 Runaway Bay 5 Aug 00NAM 66.67 * Kara Patterson USA 10.4.86 Des Moines 25 Jun 10

64.19 Kim Kreiner USA 26.7.77 Fortaleza 16 May 07AFR 66.38 Sunette Viljoen RSA 6.1.83 Praha 14 Jun 10ASI 63.92 Wei Jianhua CHN 23.3.79 Beijing 18 Aug 00SAM 62.62A Sabina Moya COL 27.1.77 Ciudad de Guatemala 12 May 02Age recordsWY 62.93 Xue Juan CHN 10.2.86 Changsha 27 Oct 03IAAF-J 63.01 Vera Rebyk UKR 25.2.89 Bydgoszcz 10 Jul 08W35 68.34 Steffi Nerius GER 1.7.72 Berlin 31 Aug 08W40 61.96 Laverne Eve BAH 16.6.65 Monaco 9 Sep 05

4 x 100 Metres RelayIAAF, EUR 41.37 GDR (Gladisch, Rieger, Auerswald, Göhr) Canberra 6 Oct 85NAM 41.47 USA (Gaines, Jones, Miller, Devers) Athína 9 Aug 97CAC, C 41.73 Jamaica (Lawrence, Simpson, Bailey, Campbell) Athína 27 Aug 04ASI 42.23 PR of China/Sichuan Province Shanghai 23 Oct 97

(Xiao Lin, Li Yali, Liu Xiaomei, Li Xuemei)AFR 42.39 Nigeria (Utondu, Idehen, Opara-Thompson, Onyali) Barcelona 7 Aug 92SAM 42.97A Brazil (de Moura, de Jesús Santos, dos Santos, Neto) Bogotá 10 Jul 04OCE 42.99A Australia (Massey, Broadrick, Lambert, Gainsford-Taylor) Pietersburg 18 Mar 00Age recordsWY 44.05 GDR (Koppetsch, Oelsner, Sinzel, Brehmer) Athína 24 Aug 75IAAF-J 43.29 USA (Knight, Tarmoh, Olear, Mayo) Eugene 8 Aug 06W35 48.63 France (Desmier, Sulter, Andreas, Apavou) Eugene 8 Jun 89W40 48.22 France (Cadinot, Barilly, Valouvin, Lapierre) Le Touquet 24 Jun 06

4 x 400 Metres RelayIAAF, EUR 3:15.17 USSR (Ledovskaya, Nazarova, Pinigina, Bryzgina) Seoul 1 Oct 88NAM 3:15.51 USA (D. Howard, Dixon, Brisco, Griffith Joyner) Seoul 1 Oct 88CAC, C 3:19.73 Jamaica (S Williams, Lloyd, Prendergast, N Williams) Osaka 2 Sep 07AFR 3:21.04 Nigeria (Afolabi, Yusuf, Opara, Ogunkoya) Atlanta 3 Aug 96OCE 3:23.81 Australia (Peris-Kneebone, Lewis, Gainsford-Taylor, Freeman) Sydney 30 Sep 00ASI 3:24.28 PR of China/Hebei (An, Bai, Cao, Ma) Beijing 13 Sep 93SAM 3:26.82 Brazil (Almirão, Coutinho, Tito, Teodoro) Helsinki 13 Aug 05

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Age recordsWY 3:36.98 Great Britain & NI (Ravenscroft, E McMeekin, Kennedy, Pettett) Duisburg 26 Aug 73IAAF-J 3:27.60 USA (Anderson, Kidd, Smith, Hastings) Grosseto 18 Jul 04W35 3:50.80 Great Britain & NI (Mitchell, Mathews, Beadnall, Gabriel) Gateshead 8 Aug 99W40 3:58.70 Great Britain & NI (Foreman, Thompson, Board, Libal) Eugene 24 Aug 96

Performances superior or equal to Asian records by athletes from former USSR Republics prior to 19921000 Metres 2:33.6 Svetlana Ulmasova UZB 4.2.53 Podolsk 5 Aug 792000 Metres 5:37.55 Zamira Zaytseva UZB 16.2.53 London 4 Aug 84High Jump 2.01 Olga Turchak KAZ 5.3.67 Moskva 7 Jul 86Long Jump 7.31 1.5 Yelena Kokonova KAZ 4.8.63 Alma-Ata 12 Sep 85

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100 Metres

9.58 0.9 Usain Bolt JAM 86 1 Berlin 16 Aug 099.69 2.0 Tyson Gay USA 82 1 Shanghai 20 Sep 099.72 0.2 Asafa Powell JAM 82 1 Lausanne 2 Sep 089.79 0.1 Maurice Greene USA 74 1 Athína 16 Jun 999.84 0.7 Donovan Bailey CAN 67 1 Atlanta 26 Jul 969.84 0.2 Bruny Surin CAN 67 2 Sevilla 22 Aug 999.85 1.2 Leroy Burrell USA 67 1 Lausanne 6 Jul 949.85 0.6 Justin Gatlin USA 82 1 Athína 22 Aug 049.85 1.7 Olusoji Fasuba NGR 84 1 Doha 12 May 069.86 1.2 Carl Lewis USA 61 1 Tokyo 25 Aug 919.86 -0.4 Frankie Fredericks NAM 67 1 Lausanne 3 Jul 969.86 1.8 Ato Boldon TRI 73 1 Walnut 19 Apr 989.86 0.6 Francis Obikwelu POR 78 2 Athína 22 Aug 04

200 Metres

19.19 -0.3 Usain Bolt JAM 86 1 Berlin 20 Aug 0919.32 0.4 Michael Johnson USA 67 1 Atlanta 1 Aug 9619.58 1.3 Tyson Gay USA 82 1 New York 30 May 0919.63 0.4 Xavier Carter USA 85 1 Lausanne 11 Jul 0619.65 0.0 Wallace Spearmon USA 84 1 Daegu 28 Sep 0619.68 0.4 Frankie Fredericks NAM 67 2 Atlanta 1 Aug 9619.69 0.9 Walter Dix USA 86 1 Gainesville 26 May 0719.72A 1.8 Pietro Mennea ITA 52 1 Ciudad de México 12 Sep 7919.73 -0.2 Michael Marsh USA 67 1s1 Barcelona 5 Aug 9219.75 1.5 Carl Lewis USA 61 1 Indianapolis 19 Jun 8319.75 1.7 Joe DeLoach USA 67 1 Seoul 28 Sep 88

400 Metres

43.18 Michael Johnson USA 67 1 Sevilla 26 Aug 9943.29 Butch Reynolds USA 64 1 Zürich 17 Aug 8843.45 Jeremy Wariner USA 84 1 Osaka 31 Aug 0743.50 Quincy Watts USA 70 1 Barcelona 5 Aug 9243.75 LaShawn Merritt USA 86 1 Beijing 21 Aug 0843.81 Danny Everett USA 66 1 New Orleans 26 Jun 9243.86A Lee Evans USA 47 1 Ciudad de México 18 Oct 6843.87 Steve Lewis USA 69 1 Seoul 28 Sep 8843.97A Larry James USA 47 2 Ciudad de México 18 Oct 6844.05 Angelo Taylor USA 78 1 Indianapolis 23 Jun 07Best non-US:44.10 Gary Kikaya COD 80 2 Stuttgart 9 Sep 06

800 Metres

1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer DEN 70 1 Köln 24 Aug 971:41.51 David Rudisha KEN 88 1 Heusden 10 Jul 101:41.73 Sebastian Coe GBR 56 1 Firenze 10 Jun 811:41.77 Joaquim Cruz BRA 63 1 Köln 26 Aug 841:42.23 Abubaker Kaki SUD 89 2 Oslo 4 Jun 101:42.28 Sammy Koskei KEN 61 2 Köln 26 Aug 841:42.34 Wilfred Bungei KEN 80 2 Rieti 8 Sep 021:42.47 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 81 1 Bruxelles 24 Aug 011:42.55 André Bucher SUI 76 1 Zürich 17 Aug 011:42.58 Vebjørn Rodal NOR 72 1 Atlanta 31 Jul 96

1500 Metres

3:26.00 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 74 1 Roma 14 Jul 983:26.34 Bernard Lagat KEN 74 2 Bruxelles 24 Aug 013:27.37 Noureddine Morceli ALG 70 1 Nice 12 Jul 953:28.12 Noah Ngeny KEN 78 2 Zürich 11 Aug 003:28.95 Fermín Cacho ESP 69 2 Zürich 13 Aug 973:28.98 Mehdi Baala FRA 78 2 Bruxelles 5 Sep 033:29.02 Daniel Kipchirchir Komen KEN 84 1 Roma 14 Jul 063:29.14 Rashid Ramzi BRN 80 2 Roma 14 Jul 063:29.18 Vénuste Niyongabo BDI 73 2 Bruxelles 22 Aug 973:29.27 Silas Kiplagat KEN 79 3 Monaco 22 Jul 10

3000 Metres

7:20.67 Daniel Komen KEN 76 1 Rieti 1 Sep 967:23.09 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 74 1 Bruxelles 3 Sep 997:25.02 Ali Saïdi-Sief ALG 78 1 Monaco 18 Aug 007:25.09 Haile Gebrselassie ETH 73 1 Bruxelles 28 Aug 987:25.11 Noureddine Morceli ALG 70 1 Monaco 2 Aug 947:25.79 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 82 1 Stockholm 7 Aug 077:26.62 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 70 2 Monaco 18 Aug 007:27.18 Moses Kiptanui KEN 70 1 Monaco 25 Jul 957:27.59 Luke Kipkosgei KEN 75 2 Monaco 8 Aug 987:27.72 Eliud Kipchoge KEN 84 1 Bruxelles 3 Sep 04

5000 Metres

12:37.35 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 82 1 Hengelo 31 May 0412:39.36 Haile Gebrselassie ETH 73 1 Helsinki 13 Jun 9812:39.74 Daniel Komen KEN 76 1 Bruxelles 22 Aug 9712:46.53 Eliud Kipchoge KEN 84 1 Roma 2 Jul 0412:47.04 Sileshi Sihine ETH 83 2 Roma 2 Jul 0412:48.66 Isaac Songok KEN 84 2 Zürich 18 Aug 0612:48.81 Saif Saeed Shaheen KEN 82 1 Ostrava 12 Jun 0312:49.28 Brahim Lahlafi MAR 68 1 Bruxelles 25 Aug 0012:49.71 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 70 2 Bruxelles 25 Aug 0012:49.87 Paul Tergat KEN 69 3 Zürich 13 Aug 97

3000 Metres Steeplechase

7:53.63 Saif Saeed Shaheen QAT 82 1 Bruxelles 3 Sep 047:55.28 Brahim Boulami MAR 72 1 Bruxelles 24 Aug 017:55.72 Bernard Barmasai KEN 74 1 Köln 24 Aug 977:56.16 Moses Kiptanui KEN 70 2 Köln 24 Aug 977:56.37 Paul Kipsiele Koech KEN 81 2 Roma 8 Jul 057:57.29 Reuben Kosgei KEN 79 2 Bruxelles 24 Aug 017:58.85 Ezekiel Kemboi KEN 82 1 Doha 8 May 097:59.08 Wilson Boit Kipketer KEN 73 1 Zürich 13 Aug 978:00.89 Richard Matelong KEN 83 2 Berlin 18 Aug 098:00.90 Brimin Kipruto KEN 85 1 Paris 16 Jul 10

110 Metres Hurdles

12.87 0.9 Dayron Robles CUB 86 1 Ostrava 12 Jun 0812.88 1.1 Liu Xiang CHN 83 1 Lausanne 11 Jul 0612.89 0.5 David Oliver USA 82 1 Paris 16 Jul 1012.90 1.1 Dominique Arnold USA 73 2 Lausanne 11 Jul 0612.91 0.5 Colin Jackson GBR 67 1 Stuttgart 20 Aug 93

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12.92 -0.1 Roger Kingdom USA 62 1 Zürich 16 Aug 8912.92 0.9 Allen Johnson USA 71 1 Atlanta 23 Jun 9612.93 -0.2 Renaldo Nehemiah USA 59 1 Zürich 19 Aug 8112.94 1.6 Jack Pierce USA 62 1s2 Atlanta 22 Jun 9612.95 1.5 Terrence Trammell USA 78 2 New York 2 Jun 07Best wind-assisted:12.87 2.6 Roger Kingdom USA 62 1 Barcelona 10 Sep 89

400 Metres Hurdles

46.78 Kevin Young USA 66 1 Barcelona 6 Aug 9247.02 Edwin Moses USA 55 1 Koblenz 31 Aug 8347.03 Bryan Bronson USA 72 1 New Orleans 21 Jun 9847.10 Samuel Matete ZAM 68 1 Zürich 7 Aug 9147.19 André Phillips USA 59 1 Seoul 25 Sep 8847.23 Amadou Dia Bâ SEN 58 2 Seoul 25 Sep 8847.24 Kerron Clement USA 85 1 Carson 26 Jun 0547.25 Félix Sánchez DOM 77 1 Paris 29 Aug 0347.25 Angelo Taylor USA 78 1 Beijing 18 Aug 0847.30 Bershawn Jackson USA 83 1 Helsinki 9 Aug 05

High Jump

2.45 Javier Sotomayor CUB 67 1 Salamanca 27 Jul 932.42 Patrik Sjöberg SWE 65 1 Stockholm 30 Jun 872.41 Igor Paklin URS/KGZ 63 1 Kobe 4 Sep 852.40 Rudolf Povarnitsyn URS/UKR 62 1 Donetsk 11 Aug 852.40 Sorin Matei ROU 63 1 Bratislava 20 Jun 902.40 Charles Austin USA 67 1 Zürich 7 Aug 912.40 Vyacheslav Voronin RUS 74 1 London 5 Aug 002.39 Zhu Jianhua CHN 63 1 Eberstadt 10 Jun 842.39 Hollis Conway USA 67 1 Norman 30 Jul 892.38 Gennadiy Avdeyenko URS/UKR 63 =2 Roma 6 Sep 872.38 Sergey Malchenko URS/RUS 63 1 Banská Bystrica 4 Sep 882.38 Dragutin Topic YUG 71 1 Beograd 1 Aug 932.38 Troy Kemp BAH 66 1 Nice 12 Jul 952.38 Artur Partyka POL 69 1 Eberstadt 18 Aug 962.38 Jacques Freitag RSA 82 1 Oudtshoorn 5 Mar 052.38 Andriy Sokolovskiy UKR 78 1 Roma 8 Jul 052.38 Andrey Silnov RUS 84 1 London 25 Jul 08Best indoors:2.42 Carlo Thränhardt FRG 57 1 Berlin 26 Feb 882.40 Hollis Conway USA 67 1 Sevilla 10 Mar 912.40 Stefan Holm SWE 76 1 Madrid 6 Mar 052.40 Ivan Ukhov RUS 86 1 Pireás 25 Feb 092.39 Dietmar Mögenburg FRG 61 1 Köln 24 Feb 852.39 Ralf Sonn GER 67 1 Berlin 1 Mar 912.38 6 men

Pole Vault

6.14A Sergey Bubka UKR 63 1 Sestriere 31 Jul 946.05 Maksim Tarasov RUS 70 1 Athína 16 Jun 996.05 Dmitri Markov AUS 75 1 Edmonton 9 Aug 016.04 Brad Walker USA 81 1 Eugene 8 Jun 086.03 Okkert Brits RSA 73 1 Köln 18 Aug 956.03 Jeff Hartwig USA 67 1 Jonesboro 15 Jun 006.01 Igor Trandenkov RUS 66 1 Sankt Peterburg 4 Jul 966.01 Tim Mack USA 72 1 Monaco 18 Sep 046.01 Yevgeniy Lukyanenko RUS85 1 Bydgoszcz 1 Jul 086.01 Renaud Lavillenie FRA 86 1 Leiria 21 Jun 096.00 Rodion Gataullin URS/UZB 65 1 Tokyo 16 Sep 896.00 Tim Lobinger GER 72 1 Köln 24 Aug 976.00 Toby Stevenson USA 76 1 Modesto 8 May 046.00 Paul Burgess AUS 79 1 Perth 26 Feb 056.00 Steve Hooker AUS 82 1 Perth 27 Jan 08

Best indoors:6.15 Sergey Bubka UKR 63 1 Donetsk 21 Feb 936.06 Steve Hooker AUS 82 1 Boston 7 Feb 096.02 Rodion Gataullin URS/UZB 65 1 Gomel 4 Feb 896.00 Jean Galfione FRA 71 1 Maebashi 6 Mar 996.00 Danny Ecker GER 77 1 Dortmund 11 Feb 01

Long Jump

8.95 0.3 Mike Powell USA 63 1 Tokyo 30 Aug 918.90A 2.0 Bob Beamon USA 45 1 Ciudad de México 18 Oct 688.87 -0.2 Carl Lewis USA 61 - Tokyo 30 Aug 918.86A 1.9 Robert Emmiyan URS/ARM 65 1 Tsakhkadzor 22 May 878.74 1.4 Larry Myricks USA 56 2 Indianapolis 18 Jul 888.74A 2.0 Erick Walder USA 71 1 El Paso 2 Apr 948.74 1.2 Dwight Phillips USA 77 1 Eugene 7 Jun 098.73 1.2 Irving Saladino PAN 83 1 Hengelo 24 May 088.71 1.9 Iván Pedroso CUB 72 1 Salamanca 18 Jul 958.66 1.6 Loúis Tsátoumas GRE 82 1 Kalamáta 2 Jun 07Best wind-assisted:8.99A 4.4 Mike Powell USA 63 1 Sestriere 21 Jul 92Wind speed manipulated:8.96A 1.2 Iván Pedroso CUB 72 1 Sestriere 29 Jul 95Best indoors:8.71 Sebastian Bayer GER 86 1 Torino 8 Mar 09

Triple Jump

18.29 1.3 Jonathan Edwards GBR 66 1 Göteborg 7 Aug 9518.09 -0.4 Kenny Harrison USA 65 1 Atlanta 27 Jul 9617.98 1.2 Teddy Tamgho FRA 89 1 New York 12 Jun 1017.97 1.5 Willie Banks USA 56 1 Indianapolis 16 Jun 8517.92 1.6 Khristo Markov BUL 65 1 Roma 31 Aug 8717.92 1.9 James Beckford JAM 75 1 Odessa 20 May 9517.90 2.0 Vladimir Inozemtsev URS/UKR 64 1 Bratislava 20 Jun 9017.90 0.4 Jadel Gregório BRA 80 1 Belém 20 May 0717.89A 0.0 João Carlos de Oliveira BRA 54 1 Ciudad de México 15 Oct 7517.87 1.7 Mike Conley USA 62 1 San José 27 Jun 87Best wind-assisted:18.43 2.4 Jonathan Edwards GBR 66 1 Villeneuve dʼAscq 25 Jun 95

Shot Put

23.12 Randy Barnes USA 66 1 Westwood 20 May 9023.06 Ulf Timmermann GDR 62 1 Haniá 22 May 8822.91 Alessandro Andrei ITA 59 1 Viareggio 12 Aug 8722.86 Brian Oldfield USA 45 1 El Paso 10 May 7522.75 Werner Günthör SUI 61 1 Bern 23 Aug 8822.67 Kevin Toth USA 67 1 Lawrence 19 Apr 0322.64 Udo Beyer GDR 55 1 Berlin 20 Aug 8622.54 Christian Cantwell USA 80 1 Gresham 5 Jun 0422.52 John Brenner USA 61 1 Walnut 26 Apr 8722.51 Adam Nelson USA 75 1 Portland 18 May 02

Discus Throw

74.08 Jürgen Schult GDR 60 1 Neubrandenburg 6 Jun 8673.88 Virgilijus Alekna LTU 72 1 Kaunas 3 Aug 0073.38 Gerd Kanter EST 79 1 Helsingborg 4 Sep 0671.86 Yuriy Dumchev URS/RUS 58 1 Moskva 29 May 8371.70 Róbert Fazekas HUN 75 1 Szombathely 14 Jul 0271.50 Lars Riedel GER 67 1 Wiesbaden 3 May 9771.32 Ben Plucknett USA 54 1 Eugene 4 Jun 8371.26 John Powell USA 47 1 San José 9 Jun 8471.26 Ricky Bruch SWE 46 1 Malmö 15 Nov 8471.26 Imrich Bugár TCH/CZE 55 1 San José 25 May 85

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Hammer Throw

86.74 Yuriy Sedykh URS/UKR 55 1 Stuttgart 30 Aug 8686.73 Ivan Tikhon BLR 76 1 Brest 3 Jul 0586.04 Sergey Litvinov URS/RUS 58 1 Dresden 3 Jul 8684.90 Vadim Devyatovskiy BLR 77 1 Minsk 21 Jul 0584.86 Koji Murofushi JPN 74 1 Praha 29 Jun 0384.62 Igor Astapkovich BLR 63 1 Sevilla 6 Jun 9284.48 Igor Nikulin URS/RUS 60 1 Lausanne 12 Jul 9084.40 Jüri Tamm URS/EST 57 1 Banská Bystrica 9 Sep 8484.19 Adrián Annus HUN 74 1 Szombathely 10 Aug 0383.68 Tibor Gécsek HUN 64 1 Zalaegerszeg 19 Sep 98

Javelin Throw

98.48 Jan Zelezny CZE 66 1 Jena 25 May 9693.09 Aki Parviainen FIN 74 1 Kuortane 26 Jun 9992.61 Sergey Makarov RUS 73 1 Sheffield 30 Jun 0292.60 Raymond Hecht GER 68 1 Oslo 21 Jul 9591.69 Konstandínos Gatsioúdis GRE 73 1 Kuortane 24 Jun 0091.59 Andreas Thorkildsen NOR 82 1 Oslo 2 Jun 0691.53 Tero Pitkämäki FIN 82 1 Kuortane 26 Jun 0591.46 Steve Backley GBR 69 1 Auckland 25 Jan 9291.29 Breaux Greer USA 76 1 Indianapolis 21 Jun 0790.73 Vadims Vasilevskis LAT 82 1 Tallinn 22 Jul 07

4 x 100 Metres Relay

37.10 Jamaica 1 Beijing 22 Aug 0837.40 United States 1 Barcelona 8 Aug 9237.62 Trinidad 2 Berlin 22 Aug 0937.69 Canada 1 Atlanta 3 Aug 9637.73 Great Britain & NI 1 Sevilla 29 Aug 9937.79 France 1 Split 1 Sep 9037.90 Brazil 2 Sydney 30 Sep 0037.94 Nigeria 1s2 Athína 9 Aug 9738.00 Cuba 3 Barcelona 8 Aug 9238.02 USSR 2 Roma 6 Sep 87

4 x 400 Metres Relay

2:54.29 United States 1 Stuttgart 22 Aug 932:56.60 Great Britain & NI 2 Atlanta 3 Aug 962:56.75 Jamaica 3 Athína 10 Aug 972:57.32 Bahamas 2 Helsinki 14 Aug 052:58.00 Poland 1 Uniondale 22 Jul 982:58.06 Russia 3 Beijing 23 Aug 082:58.56 Brazil 2 Winnipeg 30 Jul 992:58.68 Nigeria 1 Sydney 30 Sep 002:58.96 France 1 Paris 31 Aug 032:59.13 Cuba 1h2 Barcelona 7 Aug 92

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100 Metres

10.49 0.0 Florence Griffith Joyner USA 59 1q1 Indianapolis 16 Jul 8810.64 1.2 Carmelita Jeter USA 79 1 Shanghai 20 Sep 0910.65A 1.1 Marion Jones USA 75 1 Johannesburg 12 Sep 9810.73 2.0 Christine Arron FRA 73 1 Budapest 19 Aug 9810.73 0.1 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM 86 1 Berlin 17 Aug 0910.74 1.3 Merlene Ottey JAM 60 1 Milano 7 Sep 9610.75 0.4 Kerron Stewart JAM 84 1 Roma 10 Jul 09

10.76 1.7 Evelyn Ashford USA 57 1 Zürich 22 Aug 8410.77 0.9 Irina Privalova RUS 68 1 Lausanne 6 Jul 9410.77 0.7 Ivet Lalova BUL 84 1 Plovdiv 19 Jun 04

200 Metres

21.34 1.3 Florence Griffith Joyner USA 59 1 Seoul 29 Sep 8821.62A 0.6 Marion Jones USA 75 1 Johannesburg 11 Sep 9821.64 0.8 Merlene Ottey JAM 60 1 Bruxelles 13 Sep 9121.71 0.7 Marita Koch GDR 57 1 Karl-Marx-Stadt 10 Jun 7921.71 1.2 Heike Drechsler GDR 64 1 Jena 29 Jun 8621.72 1.3 Grace Jackson JAM 61 2 Seoul 29 Sep 8821.72 -0.1 Gwen Torrence USA 65 1s2 Barcelona 5 Aug 9221.74 0.4 Marlies Göhr GDR 58 1 Erfurt 3 Jun 8421.74 1.2 Silke Möller GDR 64 1 Roma 3 Sep 8721.74 0.6 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM 82 1 Beijing 21 Aug 08

400 Metres

47.60 Marita Koch GDR 57 1 Canberra 6 Oct 8547.99 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH/CZE 51 1 Helsinki 10 Aug 8348.25 Marie-José Pérec FRA 68 1 Atlanta 29 Jul 9648.27 Olga Bryzgina URS/UKR 63 2 Canberra 6 Oct 8548.59 Tatana Kocembová TCH/CZE 62 2 Helsinki 10 Aug 8348.63 Cathy Freeman AUS 73 2 Atlanta 29 Jul 9648.70 Sanya Richards-Ross USA 85 1 Athína 16 Sep 0648.83 Valerie Brisco-Hooks USA 60 1 Los Angeles 6 Aug 8448.89 Ana Guevara MEX 77 1 Paris 27 Aug 0349.05 Chandra Cheeseborough USA 59 2 Los Angeles 6 Aug 84

800 Metres

1:53.28 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH/CZE 51 1 München 26 Jul 831:53.43 Nadezhda Olizarenko URS/UKR 53 1 Moskva 27 Jul 801:54.01 Pamela Jelimo KEN 89 1 Zürich 29 Aug 081:54.44 Ana Quirot CUB 63 1 Barcelona 9 Sep 891:54.81 Olga Mineyeva URS/RUS 52 2 Moskva 27 Jul 801:54.94 Tatyana Kazankina URS/RUS 51 1 Montréal 26 Jul 761:55.05 Doina Melinte ROU 56 1 Bucuresti 1 Aug 821:55.19 Maria Mutola MOZ 72 1 Zürich 17 Aug 941:55.19 Jolanda Ceplak SLO 76 1 Heusden 20 Jul 021:55.26 Sigrun Wodars GDR 65 1 Roma 31 Aug 87

1500 Metres

3:50.46 Qu Yunxia CHN 72 1 Beijing 11 Sep 933:50.98 Jiang Bo CHN 77 1 Shanghai 18 Oct 973:51.34 Lang Yinglai CHN 79 2 Shanghai 18 Oct 973:51.92 Wang Junxia CHN 73 2 Beijing 11 Sep 933:52.47 Tatyana Kazankina URS/RUS 51 1 Zürich 13 Aug 803:53.91 Yin Lili CHN 79 3 Shanghai 18 Oct 973:53.96 Paula Ivan ROU 63 1 Seoul 1 Oct 883:53.97 Lan Lixin CHN 79 4 Shanghai 18 Oct 973:54.23 Olga Dvirna URS/RUS 53 1 Kyiv 27 Jul 823:54.52 Zhang Ling CHN 80 5 Shanghai 18 Oct 97

3000 Metres

8:06.11 Wang Junxia CHN 73 1 Beijing 13 Sep 938:12.18 Qu Yunxia CHN 72 2 Beijing 13 Sep 938:16.50 Zhang Linli CHN 73 3 Beijing 13 Sep 938:19.78 Ma Liyan CHN 68 3h2 Beijing 12 Sep 938:21.42 Gabriela Szabo ROU 75 1 Monaco 19 Jul 028:21.64 Sonia OʼSullivan IRL 69 1 London 15 Jul 948:21.84 Zhang Lirong CHN 73 5 Beijing 13 Sep 93

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8:22.20 Paula Radcliffe GBR 73 2 Monaco 19 Jul 028:22.62 Tatyana Kazankina URS/RUS 51 1 Leningrad 26 Aug 848:23.23 Edith Masai KEN 67 3 Monaco 19 Jul 02

5000 Metres

14:11.15 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH 85 1 Oslo 6 Jun 0814:12.88 Meseret Defar ETH 83 1 Stockholm 22 Jul 0814:22.51 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 83 2 Oslo 15 Jun 0714:23.75 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 77 1 Kazan 19 Jul 0814:24.68 Elvan Abeylegesse TUR 82 1 Bergen 11 Jun 0414:28.09 Jiang Bo CHN 77 1 Shanghai 23 Oct 9714:28.39 Sentayehu Ejigu ETH 85 2 Paris 16 Jul 1014:29.11 Paula Radcliffe GBR 73 1 Bydgoszcz 20 Jun 0414:29.32 Olga Yegorova RUS 72 1 Berlin 31 Aug 0114:29.32 Berhane Adere ETH 73 1 Oslo 27 Jun 03

3000 Metres Steeplechase

8:58.81 Gulnara Galkina RUS 78 1 Beijing 17 Aug 089:06.57 Yekaterina Volkova RUS 78 1 Osaka 27 Aug 079:07.32 Marta Domínguez ESP 75 1 Berlin 17 Aug 099:07.41 Eunice Jepkorir KEN 82 2 Beijing 17 Aug 089:08.39 Yuliya Zarudneva RUS 86 2 Berlin 17 Aug 099:08.57 Milcah Chemos KEN 86 3 Berlin 17 Aug 099:09.19 Tatyana Petrova RUS 83 2 Osaka 27 Aug 079:12.50 Jenny Barringer USA 86 5 Berlin 17 Aug 099:12.52 Habiba Boudraa TUN 84 6 Berlin 17 Aug 099:13.16 Ruth Bisibori KEN 88 7 Berlin 17 Aug 09

100 Metres Hurdles

12.21 0.7 Yordanka Donkova BUL 61 1 Stara Zagora 20 Aug 8812.25 1.4 Ginka Zagorcheva BUL 58 1 Dráma 8 Aug 8712.26 1.7 Ludmila Engquist RUS 64 1 Sevilla 6 Jun 9212.33 -0.3 Gail Devers USA 66 1 Sacramento 23 Jul 0012.36 1.9 Grazyna Rabsztyn POL 52 1 Warszawa 13 Jun 8012.37 1.5 Joanna Hayes USA 76 1 Athína 24 Aug 0412.39 1.5 Vera Komisova URS/RUS 53 1 Roma 5 Aug 8012.39 1.8 Natalya Grigoryeva URS/UKR 62 1 Kyiv 11 Jul 9112.42 1.8 Bettine Jahn GDR 58 1 Berlin 8 Jun 8312.42 2.0 Anjanette Kirkland USA 74 1 Edmonton 11 Aug 01

400 Metres Hurdles

52.34 Yuliya Pechonkina RUS 78 1 Tula 8 Aug 0352.42 Melaine Walker JAM 83 1 Berlin 20 Aug 0952.61 Kim Batten USA 69 1 Göteborg 11 Aug 9552.62 Tonja Buford-Bailey USA 70 2 Göteborg 11 Aug 9552.63 Lashinda Demus USA 83 1 Monaco 28 Jul 0952.74 Sally Gunnell GBR 66 1 Stuttgart 19 Aug 9352.77 Faní Halkiá GRE 79 1s2 Athína 22 Aug 0452.79 Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 62 2 Stuttgart 19 Aug 9352.82 Deon Hemmings JAM 68 1 Atlanta 31 Jul 9652.89 Daimí Pernía CUB 76 1 Sevilla 25 Aug 99

High Jump

2.09 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 65 1 Roma 30 Aug 872.08 Blanka Vlasic CRO 83 1 Zagreb 31 Aug 092.07 Lyudmila Andonova BUL 60 1 Berlin 20 Jul 842.06 Kajsa Bergqvist SWE 76 1 Eberstadt 26 Jul 032.06 Hestrie Cloete RSA 78 1 Paris 31 Aug 032.06 Yelena Slesarenko RUS 82 1 Athína 28 Aug 042.06 Ariane Friedrich GER 84 1 Berlin 14 Jun 09

2.05 Tamara Bykova URS/RUS 58 1 Kyiv 22 Jun 842.05 Heike Henkel GER 64 1 Tokyo 31 Aug 912.05 Inga Babakova UKR 67 1 Tokyo 15 Sep 952.05 Tia Hellebaut BEL 78 1 Beijing 23 Aug 082.05 Chaunté Lowe USA 84 1 Des Moines 26 Jun 10Best indoors:2.08 Kajsa Bergqvist SWE 76 1 Arnstadt 4 Feb 062.07 Heike Henkel GER 64 1 Karlsruhe 8 Feb 92

Pole Vault

5.06 Yelena Isinbaeva RUS 82 1 Zürich 28 Aug 094.92 Jenn Suhr USA 82 1 Eugene 6 Jul 084.88 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 80 1 Iráklio 4 Jul 044.85 Fabiana Murer BRA 81 1 San Fernando 4 Jun 104.83 Stacy Dragila USA 71 1 Ostrava 8 Jun 044.83 Anna Rogowska POL 81 2 Bruxelles 26 Aug 054.82 Monika Pyrek POL 80 2 Stuttgart 22 Sep 074.78 Tatyana Polnova RUS 79 2 Monaco 19 Sep 044.77 Annika Becker GER 81 1 Bochum 7 Jul 024.75 Katerina Badurová CZE 82 2 Osaka 28 Aug 07Best indoors:4.75 Yuliya Golubchikova RUS 83 1 Pireás 13 Feb 08

Long Jump

7.52 1.4 Galina Chistyakova URS/RUS 62 1 Leningrad 11 Jun 887.49 1.3 Jackie Joyner-Kersee USA 62 1 New York 22 May 947.48 1.2 Heike Drechsler GDR 64 1 Neubrandenburg 9 Jul 887.43 1.4 Anisoara Cusmir ROU 62 1 Bucuresti 4 Jun 837.42 2.0 Tatyana Kotova RUS 76 1 Annecy 23 Jun 027.39 0.5 Yelena Belevskaya URS/BLR 63 1 Bryansk 18 Jul 877.37 Inessa Kravets UKR 66 1 Kyiv 13 Jun 927.33 0.4 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 76 1 Tula 31 Jul 047.31 1.5 Yelena Khlopotnova URS/UKR63 1 Alma-Ata 12 Sep 857.31 1.9 Marion Jones USA 75 1 Eugene 31 May 987.27 -0.4 Irina Meleshina RUS 82 2 Tula 31 Jul 04Best wind-assisted:7.63A 2.1 Heike Drechsler GER 64 1 Sestriere 21 Jul 92

Triple Jump

15.50 0.9 Inessa Kravets UKR 66 1 Göteborg 10 Aug 9515.39 0.5 Françoise Mbango CMR 76 1 Beijing 17 Aug 0815.34 -0.5 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 76 1 Iráklio 4 Jul 0415.32 0.9 Hrisopiyí Devetzí GRE 76 1qA Athína 21 Aug 0415.29 0.3 Yamilé Aldama CUB 72 1 Roma 11 Jul 0315.28 0.9 Yargelis Savigne CUB 84 1 Osaka 31 Aug 0715.20 0.0 Sárka Kaspárková CZE 71 1 Athína 4 Aug 9715.20 -0.3 Tereza Marinova BUL 77 1 Sydney 24 Sep 0015.18 0.3 Iva Prandzheva BUL 72 2 Göteborg 10 Aug 9515.16 0.1 Rodica Mateescu ROU 71 2 Athína 4 Aug 9715.16 0.7 Trecia Smith JAM 75 2 Linz 2 Aug 04Best indoors:15.16 Ashia Hansen GBR 71 1 Valencia 28 Feb 98

Shot Put

22.63 Natalya Lisovskaya URS/RUS 62 1 Moskva 7 Jun 8722.45 Ilona Slupaniek GDR 56 1 Potsdam 11 May 8022.32 Helena Fibingerová TCH/CZE 49 1 Nitra 20 Aug 7722.19 Claudia Losch FRG 60 1 Hainfeld 23 Aug 8721.89 Ivanka Khristova BUL 41 1 Belmeken 4 Jul 7621.86 Marianne Adam GDR 51 1 Leipzig 23 Jun 7921.76 Li Meisu CHN 59 1 Shijiazhuang 23 Apr 8821.73 Natalya Akhrimenko URS/RUS55 1 Leselidze 21 May 88

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21.69 Vita Pavlysh UKR 69 1 Budapest 20 Aug 9821.66 Sui Xinmei CHN 65 1 Beijing 9 Jun 90Best indoors:22.50 Helena Fibingerová TCH/CZE 49 1 Jablonec 19 Feb 77

Discus Throw

76.80 Gabriele Reinsch GDR 63 1 Neubrandenburg 9 Jul 8874.56 Zdenka Silhavá TCH/CZE 54 1 Nitra 26 Aug 8474.56 Ilke Wyludda GDR 69 1 Neubrandenburg 23 Jul 8974.08 Diana Gansky GDR 63 1 Karl-Marx-Stadt 20 Jun 8773.84 Daniela Costian ROU 65 1 Bucuresti 30 Apr 8873.36 Irina Meszynski GDR 62 1 Praha 17 Aug 8473.28 Galina Savinkova URS/RUS 53 1 Donetsk 8 Sep 8473.22 Tsvetanka Khristova BUL 62 1 Kazanlak 19 Apr 8773.10 Gisela Beyer GDR 60 1 Berlin 20 Jul 8472.92 Martina Hellmann GDR 60 1 Potsdam 20 Aug 87Unofficial competition:78.14 Martina Hellmann GDR 60 1 Berlin 6 Sep 88

Hammer Throw

78.30 Anita Wlodarczyk POL 85 1 Bydgoszcz 6 Jun 1077.80 Tatyana Lysenko RUS 83 1 Tallinn 15 Aug 0677.32 Aksana Menkova BLR 82 1 Minsk 29 Jun 0877.26 Gulfiya Khanafeyeva RUS 82 1 Tula 12 Jun 0677.12 Betty Heidler GER 83 2 Berlin 22 Aug 0976.90 Martina Hrasnová SVK 83 1 Trnava 16 May 0976.83 Kamila Skolimowska POL 82 1 Doha 11 May 0776.66 Olga Tsander BLR 76 1 Minsk 21 Jul 0576.63 Yekaterina Khoroshikh RUS 83 2 Zhukovskiy 24 Jun 0676.62 Yipsi Moreno CUB 80 1 Zagreb 9 Sep 08

Javelin Throw

72.28 Barbora Spotáková CZE 81 1 Stuttgart 13 Sep 0871.70 Osleidis Menéndez CUB 79 1 Helsinki 14 Aug 0570.78 Mariya Abakumova RUS 86 2 Beijing 21 Aug 0870.20 Christina Obergföll GER 81 1 München 23 Jun 0769.48 Trine Hattestad NOR 66 1 Oslo 28 Jul 0068.34 Steffi Nerius GER 72 2 Elstal 31 Aug 0867.67 Sonia Bisset CUB 71 1 Salamanca 6 Jul 0567.51 Miréla Manjani GRE 76 2 Sydney 30 Sep 0067.20 Tatyana Shikolenko RUS 68 1 Monaco 18 Aug 0067.16 Martina Ratej SLO 81 3 Doha 14 May 10

4 x 100 Metres Relay

41.37 German Democratic Republic 1 Canberra 6 Oct 8541.47 United States 1 Athína 9 Aug 9741.49 Russia 1 Stuttgart 22 Aug 9341.73 Jamaica 1 Athína 27 Aug 0441.78 France 1 Paris 30 Aug 0341.92 Bahamas 1 Sevilla 29 Aug 9942.00 USSR 2 Moskva 17 Aug 8542.08 Bulgaria Sofia 8 Aug 8442.23 Sichuan Province CHN 1 Shanghai 23 Oct 97Mixed nationalities:41.91 Americas BAH/JAM 1 Madrid 20 Sep 02

4 x 400 Metres Relay

3:15.17 USSR 1 Seoul 1 Oct 883:15.51 United States 2 Seoul 1 Oct 883:15.92 German Democratic Republic 1 Erfurt 3 Jun 84

3:18.38 Russia 2 Stuttgart 22 Aug 933:19.73 Jamaica 2 Osaka 2 Sep 073:20.04 Great Britain 3 Osaka 2 Sep 073:20.32 Czechoslovakia 2 Helsinki 14 Aug 833:20.92 Germany 1 Athína 10 Aug 973:21.04 Nigeria 2 Atlanta 3 Aug 963:21.21 Canada 2 Los Angeles 11 Aug 84Mixed nationalities:3:19.84 Americas BAH/JAM 1 Athína 17 Sep 06

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In World Cup events as at August 1, 2010

The symbol # denotes performances by athletes from ex-USSR republics in Asia, prior to independence and affiliation to AsianFederation. Additional Asian marks are given when displaced from the top 10 by these performances. Some of these marks mayalso appear on European lists. Athletes from ex-USSR republics who have now opted for European nations – such as SergeyUsov and Rodion Gataullin (ex-UZB) are excluded from all but European lists. Separate lists have been given for North America(USA & Canada) and Central America & Carribean. Hand times have been excluded from lists for 100m, 200m and 110m hurdles,but included for 400m and 400m hurdles, at a differential placing of 0.14 seconds.

AREA TOP 10 LISTS

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AFRICA9.85 Olusoji Fasuba NGR 20069.86 Frank Fredericks NAM 19969.92A Sean Ogunkoya NGR 19989.94 Davidson Ezinwa NGR 19949.95A Olapade Adeniken (9.97 ʼ92) NGR 19949.95 Deji Aliu NGR 20039.97 Francis Obikwelu (later POR) NGR 20009.97 Uchenna Emedolu NGR 20039.98 Daniel Effiong NGR 19939.98 Leonard Myles-Mills GHA 1999Questionable wind reading9.91 Davidson Ezinwa NGR 1992

ASIA9.99 Samuel Francis QAT 200710.00 Koji Ito JPN 199810.02 Nobuharu Asahara JPN 200110.03 Shingo Suetsugu JPN 200310.07 Masashi Eriguchi JPN 200910.08 Vitaliy Savin KAZ 199210.09 Naoki Tsukahara JPN 200910.11 Singo Kawabata JPN 200010.13 Vitaliy Medvedev KAZ 199910.13 Salem Mubarak Al-Yami KSA 200210.13 Nobuhiro Tajima JPN 2002

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN9.58 Usain Bolt JAM 20099.72 Asafa Powell JAM 20089.86 Ato Boldon TRI 19989.87A Obadele Thompson BAR 19999.89 Richard Thompson TRI 20089.91 Derrick Atkins BAH 20079.91 Daniel Bailey ANT 20099.91 Nesta Carter JAM 20099.93 Churandy Martina AHO 20089.96 Ray Stewart JAM 19919.96 Marc Burns TRI 2005Disqualified by doping violation9.93 Yohan Blake JAM 2009

EUROPE9.86 Francis Obikwelu POR 20049.87 Linford Christie GBR 19939.97 Dwain Chambers GBR 19999.98 Jason Gardener GBR 19999.98 Christophe Lemaitre FRA 20109.99 Ronald Pognon FRA 200510.00 Marian Woronin POL 198410.01A Pietro Mennea ITA 197910.01 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure NOR 200810.02 Daniel Sangouma FRA 1990Questionable timing10.02 Vladislav Dologodin UKR 1996

Disqualified by doping violation9.87 Dwain Chambers GBR 2002

NORTH AMERICA9.69 Tyson Gay USA 20099.79 Maurice Greene USA 19999.84 Donovan Bailey CAN 19969.84 Bruny Surin CAN 19989.85 Leroy Burrrell USA 19949.85 Justin Gatlin USA 20049.86 Carl Lewis USA 19919.88 Shaun Crawford USA 20049.89 Travis Padgett USA 20089.89 Darvis Patton USA 2008Disqualified by doping violation9.77 Justin Gatlin USA 20069.78 Tim Montgomery USA 20029.79 Ben Johnson CAN 1988

SOUTH AMERICA10.00A Robson da Silva BRA 198810.06A André Domingos da Silva BRA 199910.09 Alonso Edward PAN 200910.10 Sebastián Keitel CHI 199810.11A Sandro Viana BRA 200910.12A Arnaldo de Oliveira Silva BRA 198810.12 Claudinei da Silva BRA 199910.13 Vicente de Lima BRA 200410.14 Edson Ribeiro BRA 199810.15A Heber Viera URU 199910.15 José Carlos Moreira BRA 2009

OCEANIA9.93 Patrick Johnson AUS 200310.03 Matt Shirvington AUS 199810.08 Joshua Ross AUS 200710.11 Augustine Nketia NZL 199410.13 Damien Marsh AUS 199510.17 Rod Mapstone AUS 199610.17 Chris Donaldson NZL 199810.17 Adam Miller AUS 200710.17 Aaron Rouge-Serrett AUS 201010.18 Ambrose Ezenwa AUS 2006

200 Metres

AFRICA19.68 Frankie Fredericks NAM 199619.84 Francis Obikwelu NGR 199920.06 Stéphane Buckland MRI 200320.10 Daniel Effiong NGR 199420.11 Olapade Adeniken NGR 199220.11A Morne Nagel RSA 200220.12 Brian Dzingai ZIM 200420.15A Emmanuel Tuffour GHA 199520.16A Riaan Dempers RSA 1995

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20.20A Sherwin Vries RSA 2003

ASIA20.03 Shingo Suetsugu JPN 200320.16 Koji Ito JPN 199820.22 Shinji Takahira JPN 200920.29 Yusuke Omae JPN 200120.34 Vladimir Muravyov KAZ# 198420.35 Naoki Tsukahara JPN 200620.38 Kenji Fujimitsu JPN 201020.39 Nobuharu Asahara JPN 199720.41 Jang Jae-keun KOR 198520.41 Talal Mansoor QAT 199420.41 Fawzi Al-Shammari KUW 2003

EUROPE19.72A Pietro Mennea ITA 197919.85 Konstadínos Kedéris GRE 200219.87A John Regis GBR 199419.89 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure NOR 200719.98 Marcin Urbas POL 199920.00 Valeriy Borzov UKR 197220.01 Francis Obikwelu POR 200620.04 Ramil Guliyev AZE 200920.08 Christian Malcolm GBR 200120.09 Linford Christie GBR 1988

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN19.19 Usain Bolt JAM 200919.77 Ato Boldon TRI 199719.78 Yohan Blake JAM 201019.86A Don Quarrie JAM 197119.90 Asafa Powell JAM 200619.97 Obadele Thompson BAR 200019.98 Steve Mullings JAM 200920.02 Christopher Williams JAM 200020.06 Silvio Leonard CUB 197820.06 Marvin Anderson JAM 2007

NORTH AMERICA19.32 Michael Johnson USA 199619.58 Tyson Gay USA 200919.63 Xavier Carter USA 200619.65 Wallace Spearman USA 200619.69 Walter Dix USA 200719.73 Michael Marsh USA 199219.75 Carl Lewis USA 198319.75 Joe DeLoach USA 198819.79 Shawn Crawford USA 200419.83A Tommie Smith USA 1968

SOUTH AMERICA19.81 Alonso Edward PAN 200919.89 Claudinei da Silva BRA 199919.96 Robson da Silva BRA 198920.14 James Gilkes GUY 197820.15 Sebastián Keitel CHI 199820.15A André Domingos da Silva BRA 200320.24A Cláudio R. Sousa BRA 200320.30 João Batista da Silva BRA 198420.32 Sandro Viana BRA 200820.37 Carlos Gats ARG 1998

OCEANIA20.06A Peter Norman AUS 196820.18 Dean Capobianco AUS 199320.19 John Dinan AUS 198620.30 Steve Brimacombe AUS 199620.32 Damian Marsh AUS 1995

20.35 Patrick Johnson AUS 200620.42 Chris Donaldson NZL 199720.43A Darryl Wohlsen AUS 200020.44 Robert Stone AUS 198820.44 Daniel Batman AUS 2005

400 Metres

AFRICA44.10 Gary Kikaya COD 200644.17 Innocent Egbunike NGR 198744.18 Samson Kitur KEN 199244.20A Charles Gitonga KEN 199644.30 Gabriel Tiacoh CIV 198644.37 Davis Kamoga UGA 199744.43A Ezra Sambu KEN 200344.58 Lewis Banda ZIM 200444.59A Arnaud Malherbe RSA 199944.59 Hendrik Mokganyetsi RSA 2000

ASIA44.56 Mohammed Al Malky OMA 198844.61 Sugath Tillakaratne SRI 199844.64 Brandon Simpson (ex JAM) BTN 200644.66 Ibrahim Ismail QAT 200044.66 Hamdam Al-Bishi KSA 200044.78 Susumu Takano JPN 199144.93 Fawzi Al-Shammari KUW 200245.03 Takahiko Yamamura JPN 200045.05 Jun Osakada JPN 200045.16 Yuzo Kanmaru JPN 200945.18 Yuki Yamaguchi JPN 2003

EUROPE44.33 Thomas Schönlebe GDR 198744.36 Iwan Thomas GBR 199744.37 Roger Black GBR 199644.37 Mark Richardson GBR 199844.46 Leslie Djhone FRA 200744.47 David Grindley GBR 199244.50 Erwin Skamrahl FRG 198344.50 Derek Redmond GBR 198744.56 Tim Benjamin GBR 200544.56 Johan Wissman SWE 2007

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN44.14 Roberto Hernández CUB 199044.21 Ian Morris TRI 199244.26 Alberto Juantorena CUB 197644.31 Alejandro Cárdenas MEX 199944.40 Chris Brown BAH 200844.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM 201044.45 Avard Moncur BAH 200144.47 Alleyne Francique GRN 200444.49 Roxbert Martin JAM 199744.50 Bert Cameron JAM 1988

NORTH AMERICA43.18 Michael Johnson USA 199943.29 Butch Reynolds USA 198843.45 Jeremy Wariner USA 200743.50 Quincy Watts USA 199243.75 LaShawn Merritt USA 200843.81 Danny Everett USA 199243.86A Lee Evans USA 196843.87 Steve Lewis USA 198843.97A Larry James USA 196844.05 Angelo Taylor USA 2007

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SOUTH AMERICA44.29 Sanderlei Parrela BRA 199945.02 Inaldo Sena BRA 199445.02 Andrés Silva URU 200645.06 Robson da Silva (45.0 ʼ90) BRA 199145.21 Gerson Souza BRA 198245.29 Héctor Daley PAN 198145.30A Fernando Acevedo PER 197145.2A Sérgio Menezes BRA 198945.38 Sidnei Telles de Souza BRA 199245.39A Anderson dos Santos BRA 1999

OCEANIA44.38 Darren Clark AUS 198844.71 Miles Murphy AUS 198844.73A Pat Dwyer AUS 200044.73 John Steffensen AUS 200644.80 Joel Milburn AUS 200844.84 Rick Mitchell AUS 198044.86 Ben Offereins AUS 201044.98 Robert Stone AUS 198845.02 Daniel Batman AUS 200345.06 Clinton Hill AUS 2006

800 Metres

* 880 yards time less 0.6

AFRICA1:41.51 David Rudisha KEN 20101:42.23 Abubaker Kaki SUD 20101:42.28 Sammy Koskei KEN 19841:42.34 Wilfred Bungei KEN 20021:42.62 Patrick Ndururi KEN 19971:42.67 Alfred Kirwa Yego KEN 20091:42.69 Hezekiel Sepeng RSA 19991:42.69 Japheth Kimutai KEN 19991:42.79 Fred Onyancha KEN 19961:42.81 Jean-Patrick Nduwimana BDI 2001

ASIA1:42.79 Youssef Saad Kamel BRN 20081:43.66 Mohammed Al-Salhi KSA 20091:44.02 Bilal Mansour Ali BRN 20071:44.05 Rashid Ramzi BRN 20061:44.13 Mohamed Al-Azimi KUW 20061:44.14 Lee Jin-il KOR 19941:44.27 Majid Saeed Sultan QAT 20051:44.73 Abdulrahman Suleiman QAT 20051:44.74 Sadjad Moradi IRI 20051:45.45 Salem Al-Badri QAT 2006

EUROPE1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer DEN 19971:41.73 Sebastian Coe GBR 19811:42.47 Yuriy Borzakovskiy RUS 20011:42.55 André Bucher SUI 20011:42.58 Vebjørn Rodal NOR 19961:42.88 Steve Cram GBR 19851:42.97 Peter Elliott GBR 19901:43.15 Mehdi Baala FRA 20021:43.22 Pawel Czapiewski POL 20011:43.45 Bram Som NED 2006

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN1:42.85 Norberto Téllez CUB 19961:43.07 Yeimer López CUB 2008

1:43.44 Alberto Juantorena CUB 19771:45.2 Seymour Newman JAM 19771:45.3* Byron Dyce JAM 19691:45.3 Andy González CUB 20081:45.43 Sherridan Kirk TRI 20051:45.44 Clive Terrelonge JAM 19951:45.58 Mario Vernon-Watson JAM 19961:45.58 Alex Morgan JAM 1996

NORTH AMERICA1:42.60 Johnny Gray USA 19851:43.20 Mark Everett USA 19971:43.35 David Mack USA 19851:43.38 Rich Kenah USA 19971:43.5* Rick Wohlhuter USA 19741:43.62 Earl Jones USA 19861:43.68 Khadevis Robinson USA 20061:43.68 Gary Reed CAN 20081:43.83 Nick Symmonds USA 20091:43.84 Alan Webb USA 2007

SOUTH AMERICA1:41.77 Joaquim Cruz BRA 19841:43.08 José Luiz Barbosa BRA 19911:43.54 William Wuycke VEN 19861:43.63 Agberto Guimarães BRA 19841:44.60 Fabiano Peçanha BRA 20071:44.65 Kleberson Davide BRA 20091:44.87 Osmar dos Santos BRA 20001:45.69 Hudson de Souza BRA 20001:45.75 Pablo Squella CHI 19901:45.88 Gilmar Santos BRA 19931:45.88 Valdinei da Silva BRA 1998

OCEANIA1:44.3 Peter Snell NZL 19621:44.40A Ralph Doubell AUS 19681:44.78 Peter Bourke AUS 19821:44.92 John Walker NZL 19741:45.03 Brendan Hannigan AUS 19941:45.21 Grant Cremer AUS 19991:45.36 Bill Hooker AUS 19731:45.38 Simon Doyle AUS 19911:45.45 Shaun Farrell NZL 19981:45.48 Jeff Riseley AUS 2009

1500 Metres

AFRICA3:26.00 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 19983:26.34 Bernard Lagat (now USA) KEN 20013:27.37 Noureddine Morceli ALG 19953:28.12 Noah Ngeny KEN 20003:29.02 Daniel Kipchirchir Komen KEN 20063:29.18 Vénuste Niyongabo BDI 19973:29.27 Silas Kiplagat KEN 20103:29.29 William Chirchir KEN 20013:29.46 Saïd Aouita MAR 19853:29.46 Daniel Komen KEN 1997

ASIA3:29.14 Rashid Ramzi BRN 20063:31.04 Daham Najim Bashir QAT 20053:31.49 Bilal Mansour Ali BRN 20073:31.56 Youssef Saad Kamel BRN 20093:32.10 Mohammed Suleiman QAT 19973:33.51 Saïf Saaeed Shaheen QAT 20063:33.90 Mohamed Othman Shahween KSA 20083:35.38 Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama QAT 1994

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3:35.56 Kamal Ali Thamer QAT 20083:36.32 Mohamad Al-Garni QAT 2010

EUROPE3:28.95 Fermin Cacho ESP 19973:28.98 Mehdi Baala FRA 20033:29.67 Steve Cram GBR 19853:29.77 Sebastian Coe GBR 19863:30.07 Rui Silva POR 20023:30.33 Ivan Heshko UKR 20043:30.57 Reyes Estévez ESP 19993:30.77 Steve Ovett GBR 19833:30.83 Fouad Chouki FRA 20033:30.92 José Luis González ESP 1985

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN3:36.60 Steve Agar (now CAN) DMA 19963:36.67 Pablo Solares MEX 20093:37.61 Arturo Barrios MEX 19893:37.71 Juan Luis Barrios MEX 20073:38.85 Eduardo Castro MEX 19813:38.90 David Freeman PUR 20073:39.0 Luis Medina CUB 19773:39.19 Steve Green (also GBR) JAM 19943:39.21 David Galván MEX 20013:40.0 Byron Dyce JAM 19753:40.15 Mauricio Hernández MEX 19903:40.0 Gawain Guy (to USA) JAM 1988

NORTH AMERICA3:29.30 Bernard Lagat USA 20053:29.77 Sydney Maree USA 19853:30.54 Alan Webb USA 20073:30.90 Andrew Wheating USA 20103:31.01 Jim Spivey USA 19883:31.52 Steve Holman USA 19973:31.71 Kevin Sullivan CAN 20003:31.76 Steve Scott USA 19853:31.93 David Krummenacker USA 20023:32.20 Lopez Lomong USA 2010

SOUTH AMERICA3:33.25 Hudson de Souza BRA 20053:34.63 Joaquim Cruz BRA 19883:34.80 Edgar de Oliveira BRA 19913:37.04 José Luiz Barbosa BRA 19913:37.88 Byron Piedra ECU 20073:38.07 José Valente BRA 19943:38.45 Fabiano Peçanha BRA 20043:38.62 Javier Carriqueo ARG 20073:38.96 Eduard Villanueva VEN 20103:38.98 José Carlos de Oliveira BRA 1995

OCEANIA3:31.06 Ryan Gregson AUS 20103:31.96 Simon Doyle AUS 19913:32.17 Nick Willis NZL 20063:32.4 John Walker NZL 19753:32.93 Jeff Riseley AUS 20093:33.39 Mike Hillardt AUS 19853:33.68 Mark Fountain AUS 20053:33.89 Rod Dixon NZL 19743:33.97 Craig Mottram AUS 20063:34.22 Graham Crouch AUS 1974

3000 Metres

AFRICA7:20.67 Daniel Komen KEN 1996

7:23.09 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 19997:25.02 Ali Saïdi-Sief ALG 20007:25.09 Haile Gebrselassie ETH 19987:25.11 Noureddine Morceli ALG 19947:25.79 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 20077:27.18 Moses Kiptanui KEN 19957:27.59 Luke Kipkosgei KEN 19987:27.72 Eliud Kipchoge KEN 20047:27.75 Tom Nyariki KEN 1996

ASIA7:30.76 Jamal Bilal Salem QAT 20057:32.46 Saïf Saaeed Shaheen QAT 20097:38.20 Mohammed Suleiman QAT 19937:38.21 James Kwalia QAT 20067:39.45 Dahame Najem Bashair QAT 20087:40.75 Musir Salem Jawher (ex KEN) BRN 20057:41.87 Toshinari Takaoka JPN 19997:42.11 Essa Ismail Rasheed QAT 20067:43.00 Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama QAT 20007:43.09 Felix Kibore QAT 2008

EUROPE7:26.62 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 20007:29.34 Isaac Viciosa ESP 19987:30.36 Mark Carroll IRL 19997:30.50 Dieter Baumann GER 19987:30.78 Mustapha Essaïd FRA 19987:31.59 Manuel Pancorbo ESP 19987:32.32 Enrique Molina ESP 19977:32.49 Alistair Cragg IRL 20077:32.79 David Moorcroft GBR 19827:33.18 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 2009

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN7:35.71 Arturo Barrios (now USA) MEX 19897:36.17 Pablo Olmedo MEX 19987:37.64 Juan Luis Barrios MEX 20067:42.19 David Galván MEX 20007:47.4 Rodolfo Gómez MEX 19777:47.78 Mauricio González MEX 19857:49.63 Marcos Barreto MEX 19877:50.26 Gerardo Alcala MEX 19897:52.55 Alejandro Suárez MEX 20057:53.15 Martín Pitayo MEX 1992

NORTH AMERICA7:30.84 Bob Kennedy USA 19987:32.49 Bernard Lagat USA 20107:33.37 Sydney Maree USA 19827:34.96 Adam Goucher USA 20017:34.98 Matt Tegenkamp USA 20067:35.84 Doug Padilla USA 19837:36.69 Steve Scott USA 19817:36.90 Chris Solinsky USA 20077:37.04 Jim Spivey USA 19937:37.70 Rudy Chapa USA 1979

SOUTH AMERICA7:39.70 Hudson de Souza BRA 20027:45.34 Clodoaldo do Carmo BRA 19927:47.06 Byron Piedra ECU 20107:49.46i Jacinto Navarette COL 19917:49.54 Javier Carriqueo ARG 20097:49.88 Freddy González VEN 20037:50.15 Antonio Silio ARG 19907:51.08 Leandro de Oliveira BRA 20107:51.14 Valdenor dos Santos BRA 19957:51.93 Eduardo do Nascimento BRA 1996

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OCEANIA7:32.19 Craig Mottram AUS 20067:37.49 John Walker NZL 19827:41.0 Rod Dixon NZL 19747:41.60 Shaun Creighton AUS 19957:41.78 Lee Troop AUS 19997:44.65 Simon Doyle AUS 19947:44.90i Nick Willis NZL 20047:45.11 Dick Quax NZL 19777:45.53 Darren Lynch AUS 19997:45.57 Peter OʼDonoghue AUS 19937:45.93 Kerry Rodger NZL 1990

5000 Metres

AFRICA12:37.35 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 200412:39.36 Haile Gebrselassie ETH 199812:39.74 Daniel Komen KEN 199712:46.53 Eliud Kipchoge KEN 200412:47.04 Sileshi Sihine ETH 200412:48.66 Isaac Songok KEN 200612:48.81 Stephen Cherono (now QAT) KEN 200312:49.28 Brahim Lahlafi MAR 200012:49.87 Paul Tergat KEN 199712:50.24 Hicham El Guerrouj MAR 2003

ASIA12:51.98 Saïf Saaeed Shaheen (ex KEN) QAT 200612:58.58 Moukhled Al-Outaibi KSA 200512:59.79 Musir Salem Jawher (ex KEN) BRN 200513:02.03 Abdullah Ahmad Hassan QAT 200413:04.70 James Kwalia QAT 200813:06.81 Jamal Bilal Salem QAT 200613:07.57 Sultan Khamis Zaman QAT 200813:08.02 Essa Ismail Rasheed QAT 200813:10.36 Nicholas Kemboi (ex KEN) QAT 200513:10.72 Rashid Ramzi BRN 2008

EUROPE12:49.71 Mohammed Mourhit BEL 200012:54.70 Dieter Baumann GER 199712:57.25 Alemayehu Bezabeh ESP 201012:58.83 Ismaïl Sghyr (ex MAR) FRA 200013:00.41 David Moorcroft GBR 198213:02.15 Mustapha Essaïd FRA 199813:02.54 Alberto García ESP 200113:02.86 António Pinto ESP 199813:03.76 Stéphane Franke GER 199513:03.93 Mark Carroll IRL 1998

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN13:07.79 Arturo Barrios (now USA) MEX 198913:11.37 Juan Luis Barrios MEX 200713:12.18 David Galván MEX 200713:13.32 Pablo Olmedo MEX 199813:18.13 Alejandro Suárez MEX 200313:21.12 Armando Quintanilla MEX 199513:22.11 Ignacio Fragoso MEX 199213:22.37 Mauricio González MEX 198513:22.40 Teodoro Vega MEX 200313:26.11 Germán Silva MEX 1993

NORTH AMERICA12:54.12 Bernard Lagat USA 201012:56.27 Dathan Ritzenhein USA 200912:56.66 Chris Solinsky USA 201012:58.21 Bob Kennedy USA 1996

12:58.56 Matt Tegenkamp USA 200913:01.15 Sydney Maree USA 198513:10.00 Adam Goucher USA 200613:10.05 Galen Rupp USA 201013:10.86 Alan Webb USA 200513:11.77 Mebrahtom Keflezighi USA 200013:11.77 Tom Broe USA 2005

SOUTH AMERICA13:19.43 Marilson dos Santos BRA 200513:19.64 Antonio Silio ARG 199113:22.30 Freddy González VEN 200413:23.68 Mauricio Díaz CHI 200113:28.99 Adalberto García BRA 199613:29.67 Domingo Tibaduiza COL 197813:30.69 Silvio Guerra ECU 199213:32.8 Omar Aguilar CHI 198513:33.20 Valdenor dos Santos BRA 199513:35.30 Javier Carriqueo ARG 2009

OCEANIA12:55.76 Craig Mottram AUS 200413:10.19 Adrian Blincoe NZL 200813:10.97 Collis Birmingham AUS 201013:12.87 Dick Quax NZL 197713:14.82 Lee Troop AUS 199913:16.6 Ron Clarke AUS 196613:17.27 Rod Dixon NZL 197613:17.42 David Fitzsimons AUS 197713:17.76 Shaun Creighton AUS 199613:19.28 John Walker NZL 1986

3000 Metres Steeplechase

AFRICA7:55.28 Brahim Boulami MAR 20027:55.72 Bernard Barmasai KEN 19977:56.16 Moses Kiptanui KEN 19977:56.37 Paul Kipsiele Koech KEN 20057:57.29 Reuben Kosgei KEN 20017:58.10 Stephen Cherono (now QAT) KEN 20027:58.85 Ezekiel Kemboi KEN 20097:59.08 Wilson Boit Kipketer KEN 19978:00.89 Richard Matelong KEN 20098:00.90 Brimin Kipruto KEN 2010

ASIA7:53.63 Saïf Saaeed Shaheen QAT 20048:06.13 Tareq Mubarak Taher BRN 20098:07.18 Obaid Moussa Amer QAT 20048:08.14 Saad Shaddad Al-Asmari KSA 20028:10.46 Sun Ripeng CHN 19978:11.67 Jamal Bilal Salem QAT 20058:13.45 Khamis Abdullah Saifeldin QAT 20028:17.97 Li Changzhong CHN 19978:18.52 Mustapha Ahmad Shebto QAT 20048:18.93 Yoshitaka Iwamizu JPN 2003

EUROPE8:01.18 Bouabdallah Tahri FRA 20098:04.95 Simon Vroemen NED 20058:05.75 Mustafa Mohamed SWE 20078:06.98 Mahiedine Mekhissi Benabbad FRA 20098:07.44 Luis Miguel Martín ESP 20028:07.62 Joseph Mahmoud FRA 19848:07.96 Mark Rowland GBR 19888:08.02 Anders Gärderud SWE 19768:08.57 Francesco Panetta ITA 19878:08.78 Alessandro Lambruschini ITA 1993

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CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN8:25.69 Salvador Miranda MEX 20008:26.16 José Alberto Sánchexz CUB 20098:27.55 Juan Ramón Conde CUB 19918:27.91 Alexander Greaux PUR 20048:28.89 Carmelo Rios PUR 19838:28.91 Gustavo Castillo MEX 19938:30.86 Juan Antonio Conde CUB 19898:31.68 Rubén García MEX 19958:32.9 José Cobo CUB 19778:32.9 Héctor Arias MEX 1996

NORTH AMERICA8:08.82 Dan Lincoln USA 20068:09.17 Henry Marsh USA 19858:09.76 Mark Croghan USA 19938:12.58 Graeme Fell (ex GBR) CAN 19858:13.16 Brian Diemer USA 19848:13.29 Dan Huling USA 20108:14.26 Marc Davis USA 19938:14.82 Tim Broe USA 20018:15.69 Steve Slattery USA 20078:15.77 Pascal Dobert USA 2000

SOUTH AMERICA8:14.41 Wander Moura BRA 19958:19.80 Clodoaldo do Carmo BRA 19928:23.02 Ricardo Vera URU 19928:23.26 Adauto Domingues BRA 19878:25.63 Marcelo Cascabelo ARG 19898:27.36 Néstor Nieves VEN 20008:28.67 Mario Bazán PER 20108:28.99 Emilio Ulloa CHI 19848:30.31 Eduardo do Nascimento BRA 19958:30.7 Carlos Ravani BRA 19918:30.70 Hudson de Souza BRA 2006

OCEANIA8:14.05 Peter Renner NZL 19848:16.22 Shaun Creighton AUS 19938:16.36 Youcef Abdi AUS 20088:21.08 Euan Robertson NZL 19768:21.98 Kerry OʼBrien AUS 19708:22.85 Peter Nowill AUS 20048:24.48 Chris Unthank AUS 19978:24.54 Martin Dent AUS 20078:26.2 Tony Manning AUS 19708:27.0 Peter Larkins AUS 1976

110 Metres Hurdles

AFRICA13.26 Shaun Bownes RSA 200213.42 William Erese NGR 200313.44 Lehann Fourie RSA 201013.45 Todd Matthews Jouda SUD 200413.46 Joseph-Berlioz Randriahihaja MAD 200413.58 Kehinde Aladefa NGR 199513.58 Frikkie van Zyl RSA 200413.58 Selim Nurideen NGR 200813.60 Stephen Adegbite NGR 199513.61 Sultan Tucker LBR 2005

ASIA12.88 Liu Xiang CHN 200613.19 Shi Dongpeng CHN 200713.25 Li Tong CHN 199413.38 Yin Jing CHN 2009

13.39 Chen Yanhao CHN 199413.39 Satoru Tanigawa JPN 200413.40 Ji Wei CHN 200713.43 Masato Naito JPN 200713.47 Xie Wenjun CHN 200813.49 Igor Khitryakov KAZ# 198813.48w? Igor Podmaryov TKM# 1986

EUROPE12.91 Colin Jackson GBR 199312.97 Ladji Doucouré FRA 200513.00 Tony Jarrett GBR 199313.05 Florian Schwarthoff GER 199513.08 Stanislav Olijar LAT 200313.10A Falk Balzer GER 199813.13 Igor Kovác SVK 199713.14 Mark McKoy (ex CAN) AUT 199413.15 Robin Korving NED 199913.17 Mike Fenner GER 1998

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN12.87 Dayron Robles CUB 200813.00 Anier García CUB 200013.14 Ryan Brathwaite BAR 200913.16 Dwight Thomas JAM 200913.17 Maurice Wignall JAM 200413.18 Emilio Valle CUB 199613.21 Alejandro Casañas CUB 197713.23 Yoel Hernández CUB 200713.25 Dudley Dorival (ex USA) HAI 200113.26 Erik Batte CUB 199613.26 Yuniel Hernández CUB 2001

NORTH AMERICA12.89 David Oliver USA 201012.90 Dominique Arnold USA 200612.92 Roger Kingdom USA 198912.92 Allen Johnson USA 199612.93 Renaldo Nehemiah USA 198112.94 Jack Pierce USA 199612.95 Terrence Trammell USA 200712.98 Mark Crear USA 199913.01 Larry Wade USA 199913.02 Ryan Wilson USA 200713.02 David Payne USA 2007

SOUTH AMERICA13.29 Redelén dos Santos BRA 200413.29 Paulo César Villar COL 200613.31A Anselmo da Silva (13.40 ʼ06) BRA 200513.33 Matheus Inocêncio BRA 200413.38 Márcio de Souza BRA 199913.44 Jackson Quiñónez (now ESP) ECU 200413.46 Luiz André Balcers BRA 199913.54 Pedro Chiamulera BRA 199613.58 Éder Antônio Souza BRA 200713.60 Emerson Perín BRA 1999

OCEANIA13.29 Kyle Vander-Kuyp AUS 199513.55 Justin Merlano AUS 200713.58 Don Wright AUS 198213.69 John Caliguri AUS 199213.71 James Mortimer NZL 200713.72 Max Binnington AUS 198213.72 Greg Eyears AUS 200713.73 Stuart Anderson AUS 200113.76 David Cooper AUS 199713.78 Rod Zuyderwyk AUS 1998

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400 Metres Hurdles

AFRICA47.10 Samuel Matete ZAM 199147.23 Amadou Dia Bâ SEN 198847.81 Llewellyn Herbert RSA 200047.82 John Akii-Bua UGA 197247.94 L. J. (Louis) van Zyl RSA 200948.02A Ockert Cillers RSA 200448.05 Ken Harnden ZIM 199848.09 Alwyn Myburgh RSA 200148.24 Erick Keter KEN 199348.30A Ibou Faye SEN 1999

ASIA47.53 Hadi Al-Somaily KSA 200047.89 Dai Tamusue JPN 200147.93 Kenji Narasako JPN 200648.17A Mubarak Al-Nubi (48.41 ʼ02) QAT 199848.26 Kazuhiko Yamazaki JPN 199948.34 Shunji Karube JPN 199748.46 Yevgeniy Meleshenko KAZ 200148.63 Chen Tien-Wen TPE 200148.64 Yoshihiko Saito JPN 199848.65 Yoshihiro Chiba JPN 2001

EUROPE47.37 Stéphane Diagana FRA 199547.48 Harald Schmid FRG 198247.54 Fabrizio Mori ITA 200147.82 Kriss Akabusi GBR 199247.82 Periklís Iakovákis GRE 200647.92 Aleksandr Vasilyev BLR 198547.98 Sven Nylander SWE 199648.06 Oleg Tverdokhleb UKR 199448.06 Ruslan Mashchenko RUS 199848.12A David Hemery GBR 196848.12 Marek Plawgo POL 200748.12 David Greene GBR 2010

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN47.25 Felix Sanchez DOM 200347.60 Winthrop Graham JAM 199347.72 Javier Culson PUR 201048.00 Danny McFarlane JAM 200448.05 Kemel Thompson JAM 200348.05 Isa Phillips JAM 200948.13 Dinsdale Morgan JAM 199848.21 Omar Cisneros CUB 201048.26 Jehue Gordon TRI 200948.30 Neil Gardner JAM 1996

NORTH AMERICA46.78 Kevin Young USA 199247.02 Edwin Moses USA 198347.03 Bryan Bronson USA 199847.19 Andre Phillips USA 198847.24 Kerron Clement USA 200547.25 Angelo Taylor USA 200847.30 Bershawn Jackson USA 200547.38 Danny Harris USA 199147.43 James Carter USA 200547.54 Derrick Adkins USA 1995

SOUTH AMERICA47.84 Bayano Kamani PAN 200548.04 Eronilde de Araújo BRA 199548.28 Everson Teixeira BRA 199648.67 Mahau Sugimachi BRA 2009

49.10 Cleverson da Silva BRA 199949.17 Andrés Silva URU 201049.18 Antonio Smith VEN 199149.24 António Ferreira BRA 198549.29 Raphael Fernandes BRA 200749.34 Pedro Chiamulera BRA 1985

OCEANIA48.28 Rohan Robinson AUS 199648.68 Tristan Thomas AUS 200948.87 Zid Abou Hamed (ex SYR) AUS 199949.08A Blair Young (49.20) AUS 200049.26 Simon Hollingsworth AUS 199649.32 Bruce Field AUS 197449.35 Brendan Cole AUS 200949.37 Garry Brown AUS 198249.3 Gary Knoke AUS 197249.47 Matt Beckenham AUS 1998

High Jump

AFRICA2.38 Jacques Freitag RSA 20052.34 Abderrahmane Hammad ALG 20002.34A Kabelo Kgosiemang BOT 20082.32i Anthony Idiata (2.27 ʼ98) NGR 20002.30 Ramsey Carelse RSA 20052.28 Othmane Belfaa ALG 19832.28 Khemras Naïko MRI 19962.28 Casper Labuschagne RSA 19982.27 Gavin Lendis RSA 19972.26A Reinhard Schiel RSA 19792.26 Moussa Fall SEN 19822.26 Malcolm Hendriks RSA 2000

ASIA2.41 Igor Paklin KGZ# 19852.39 Zhu Jianhua CHN 19842.37 Valeriy Sereda (RUS?) AZE 19842.36 Sergey Zasimovich KAZ# 19842.34 Lee Jin-taek KOR 19972.33 Zhou Zongge CHN 19902.33 Naoyuki Daigo JPN 20062.32 Takahiro Kimino JPN 19932.32 Huang Haiqiang CHN 20062.31i Vadim Oganyan (2.30 ʼ84) KAZ# 19862.31i Vladimir Korniyenko (2.27) KAZ# 19882.31 Oleg Palashevskiy (RUS?) KGZ# 19902.31 Takahisa Yoshida JPN 19932.31 Xu Yang CHN 19932.31 Niu Jian CHN 19962.31 Mutaz Essa Barshim QAT 2010

EUROPE2.42 Patrik Sjöberg SWE 19872.42i Carlo Thränhardt FRG 19882.40 Rudolf Povarnitsyn UKR 19852.40 Sorin Matei ROU 19902.40 Vyacheslav Voronin RUS 20002.40i Stefan Holm SWE 20052.40i Ivan Ukhov RUS 20092.39i Dietmar Mögenburg FRG 19852.39i Ralf Sonn GER 19912.38 Gennadiy Avdeyenko UKR 19872.38 Sergey Malchenko RUS 19882.38 Dragutin Topic YUG 19932.38i Steve Smith GBR 19922.38i Wolf-Hendrik Beyer GER 1994

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2.38 Artur Partyka POL 19962.38i Yaroslav Rybakov RUS 20052.38 Andrey Sokolovskiy UKR 20052.38i Linus Thörnblad SWE 20072.38 Andrey Silnov RUS 2008

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN2.45 Javier Sotomayor CUB 19932.38 Troy Kemp BAH 19952.36 Nick Saunders BER 19902.35 Victor Moya CUB 20052.34 Marino Drake CUB 19912.34 Jermaine Mason (now GBR) JAM 20032.32 J.Francisco Centelles CUB 19832.31 Steve Wray BAH 19822.30 Gerardo Martínez MEX 20072.29 Ian Thompson BAH 19952.29 Lisvany Pérez CUB 2005

NORTH AMERICA2.40i Hollis Conway (2.39 ʼ89) USA 19912.40 Charles Austin USA 19912.38i Matt Hemingway USA 20002.37 Tom McCants USA 19882.37 Jerome Carter USA 19882.36 Jim Howard USA 19872.36 Doug Nordquist USA 19902.36A Dusty Jonas USA 20082.36i Jesse Williams USA 20092.35i Brent Harken USA 19912.35 Darrin Plab USA 19922.35 Mark Boswell CAN 19992.35 Nathan Leeper USA 20002.35A Charles Clinger USA 20012.35 Andra Manson USA 2009

SOUTH AMERICA2.33A Gilmar Mayo COL 19942.32 Jessé de Lima BRA 20082.30 Hugo Muñoz PER 19952.27 Alferdo Deza Jr PER 20032.26A Fabrício Romero (2.25 ʼ00) BRA 19992.25 Claudio Freire BRA 19822.25A Fernando Pastoriza ARG 19882.25 Erasmo Jara ARG 20022.25 Fábio Baptista BRA 20062.24 Fernando Moreno ARG 1993

OCEANIA2.36 Tim Forsyth AUS 19972.31 David Anderson AUS 19922.31 Lochsley Thomson AUS 19922.30 Jagan Hames AUS 19942.30 Glenn Howard NZL 20002.29 Ian Garrett AUS 19912.28 John Atkinson AUS 19842.28 Chris Anderson AUS 19942.26 Marc Howard AUS 19882.25 David Hay AUS 19922.25 Nick Moroney AUS 20002.25 Jarrad Pozzi AUS 20002.25 Liam Zamel-Paez AUS 2010

Pole Vault

AFRICA6.03 Okkert Brits RSA 19955.91A Riaan Botha RSA 1997

5.60i Kersley Gardenne (5.50 ʼ96) MRI 19985.60 Fanie Jacobs RSA 20035.50A Pieter Brits RSA 19975.50A Cheyne Rahme RSA 20105.45 Mohamed Karbib MAR 20055.34 Lakhdar Rahal ALG 19795.30 Rédha Bouchenaf ALG 19915.30 Samy Si Mohammed ALG 19945.30 Alhaji Jeng (now SWE) GAM 19995.30 Béchir Zaghouni TUN 2003

ASIA5.92 Igor Potapovich KAZ 19925.91i Viktor Ryzhenkov (5.80 ʼ90) UZB# 19915.90 Grigoriy Yegorov KAZ 19935.83 Daichi Sawano JPN 20055.82 Aleksandr Parnov UZB# 19855.80i Aleksandr Korchagin (5.70 ʼ93) KAZ 19945.75i Sergey Kulibaba (5.70 ʼ81) KAZ# 19875.75i Valeriy Ishutin (5.70 ʼ87) UZB# 19895.72 Yang Yansheng CHN 20105.71 Vladimir Shulgin KAZ# 19855.71 Fumiaki Kobayashi JPN 20025.71 Liu Feiliang CHN 20075.70 Manabu Yokoyama JPN 20005.70 Leonid Andreyev UZB 20095.66 Kim Yoo-suk KOR 2007

EUROPE6.15i Sergey Bubka (6.14A ʼ94) UKR 19936.05 Maksim Tarasov RUS 19996.02i Rodion Gataullin (6.00 ʼ89) RUS 19896.01 Igor Trandenkov RUS 19966.01 Yevgeniy Lukyanenko RUS 20086.01 Renaud Lavillenie FRA 20096.00 Tim Lobinger GER 19976.00 Dmitriy Markov (now AUS) BLR 19986.00i Jean Galfione (5.98 ʼ99) FRA 19996.00i Danny Ecker GER 2001

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN5.82 Giovanni Lanaro MEX 20075.72A Paul Benavides MEX 19945.70A Dominic Johnson (5.65 ʼ98) LCA 20005.70Ai Róbison Pratt (5.61 ʼ05) MEX 20065.70 Lázaro Borges CUB 20085.65 Angel García CUB 19925.65 Edgardo Díaz (5.69sq ʼ98) PUR 19985.61 Alberto Manzano CUB 19945.50 Rubén Camino CUB 19875.50 Miguel Ángel Berrio CUB 1993

NORTH AMERICA6.04 Brad Walker USA 20086.03 Jeff Hartwig USA 20006.01 Tim Mack USA 20046.00 Toby Stevenson USA 20045.98 Lawrence Johnson USA 19965.97 Scott Huffman USA 19945.96 Joe Dial USA 19875.93i Billy Olson (5.80 ʼ87) USA 19865.93i Tye Harvey USA 20015.92 Dean Starkey USA 1994

SOUTH AMERICA5.77 Fábio Gomes da Silva BRA 20075.76 Tom Hintnaus (ex USA) BRA 19855.71 Germán Chiaraviglio ARG 20065.50 Thomas Riether CHI 1992

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5.46 João Gabriel Sousa BRA 20095.40A Juan Miguel Saldarriaga COL 19915.40 Javier Benítez ARG 20015.36 Gustavo Rehder BRA 19995.35 Ricardo Diez VEN 20005.35 José Francisco Nava CHI 20035.35 Gonzalo Barroilhet CHI 2008

OCEANIA6.06i Steve Hooker (6.00 ʼ08) AUS 20096.05 Dmitriy Markov (ex BLR) AUS 20016.00 Paul Burgess AUS 20055.90 Viktor Chistiakov (ex RUS) AUS 19995.80 Simon Arkell AUS 19965.75 James Miller AUS 19965.55 Blake Lucas AUS 20095.53 Don Baird AUS 19775.51 Paul Gibbons NZL 19925.51 Adam Steinhardt AUS 1996

Long Jump

AFRICA8.50 Godfrey Khotso Mokoena RSA 20098.46 Cheikh Tidiane Touré SEN 19978.43 Ignisious Gaisah GHA 20068.40 Yahya Berrrabah MAR 20098.34 Younès Moudrik MAR 20008.32 Ndiss Kaba Badji SEN 20098.31 Hatem Mersal EGY 19998.30 Ngonidzashe Makusha ZIM 20088.28 Jonathan Chimier MRI 20048.27 Yusuf Alli NGR 19898.27 Gable Garenamotse BOT 2006

ASIA8.48 Mohamed Al-Khuwalidi KSA 20068.40 Lao Jianfeng CHN 19978.39 Ahmad Fayez Marzouk KSA 20068.38A Huang Geng CHN 19958.36 Chen Zunrong CHN 19928.35 Hussein Al-Sabee KSA 20048.34 Nai Hui-Fang TPE 19938.27 Tan Zhengze CHN 19978.27 Zhang Xiaoyi CHN 20098.25 Masaki Morinaga JPN 1992

EUROPE8.86A Robert Emmiyan (8.61 ʼ86) ARM 19878.71i Sebastian Beyer (8.49 ʼ09) GER 20098.66 Loúis Tsátoumas GRE 20078.56 Yago Lamela ESP 19998.54 Lutz Dombrowski GDR 19808.47 Andrew Howe ITA 20078.47 Christian Reif GER 20108.46 Leonid Voloshin RUS 19888.45 Nenad Stekic YUG 19758.43 Giovanni Evangelisti ITA 19878.43i Stanislav Tarasenko RUS 1994

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN8.71 Iván Pedroso CUB 19958.62 James Beckford JAM 19978.53 Jaime Jefferson CUB 19908.46 Ibrahin Camejo CUB 20088.43 Luis Meliz CUB 20008.41 Craig Hepburn BAH 19938.35 Alain Bailey JAM 20108.32 Ubaldo Duany CUB 19868.31 Pedro García CUB 1997

8.31 Kareem Streete-Thompson CAY 20008.31A Wilfredo Martínez CUB 2008

NORTH AMERICA8.95 Mike Powell USA 19918.90A Bob Beamon USA 19688.87 Carl Lewis USA 19918.74 Larry Myricks USA 19888.74A Erick Walder USA 19948.74 Dwight Phillips USA 20098.63 Kareem Streete-Thompson USA 19948.59i Miguel Pate USA 20028.52 Savante Stringfellow USA 20028.51 Roland McGhee USA 1995

SOUTH AMERICA8.73 Irving Saladino PAN 20088.40 Douglas de Souza BRA 19958.36 João Carlos de Oliveira BRA 19798.36A Nelson Ferreira Jr BRA 19968.34A Víctor Castillo VEN 20048.22 Jadel Gregório BRA 20048.21 Rogério Bispo BRA 20068.18A Erivaldo Vieira (8.15 ʼ05) BRA 20068.16A Hugo Chila ECU 20098.10 Mauro da Silva BRA 20098.10A Jorge McFarlane PER 2010

OCEANIA8.49 Jai Taurima AUS 20008.43 Mitchell Watt AUS 20098.40 Fabrice Lapierre AUS 20108.33 Chris Noffke AUS 20108.30 Peter Burge AUS 20008.27 Gary Honey AUS 19848.24 Shane Hair AUS 19998.18 Tim Parravicini AUS 20058.13 David Culbert AUS 19888.11i Glenn Carroll AUS 1990

Triple Jump

AFRICA17.37 Tareq Bougtaïb MAR 200717.34 Ndabezinhle Mdhlongwa ZIM 199817.26 Ajayi Agbebaku NGR 198317.25 Khotso Mokoena RSA 200517.23 Andrew Owusu GHA 199817.22 Joseph Taiwo NGR 198817.22 Tosin Oke NGR 201017.12A Francis Dodoo GHA 198717.12A Jacob Katonen KEN 199617.09 Tumelo Thagane RSA 2010

ASIA17.59 Li Yanxi CHN 200917.58 Oleg Sakirkin (17.35 ʼ94) KAZ# 198917.41 Zhu Shujing CHN 200917.37i Vasif Asadov AZE 198817.36 Vladimir Chernikov UZB# 198817.34 Zou Zhenxian CHN 198117.31 Zou Sixin CHN 199017.30i Shamil Abbyasov (17.27 ʼ83) KGZ# 198117.30 Zeng Lizhi CHN 199517.28 Sergey Arzamasov KAZ 199317.27 Zhong Minwei CHN 200717.23 Gu Junjie CHN 200417.22 Yevgeniy Anikin UZB# 198617.22 Chen Yanping CHN 1991

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EUROPE18.29 Jonathan Edwards GBR 199517.98 Teddy Tamgho FRA 201017.92 Khristo Markov BUL 198717.90 Vladimir Inozemtsev UKR 199017.83i Christian Olsson (17.79) SWE 200417.81 Marian Oprea ROU 200517.81 Phillips Idowu GBR 201017.78 Nikolay Musiyenko UKR 198617.77 Aleksandr Kovalenko RUS 198717.77i Leonid Voloshin (17.75 ʼ91) RUS 199017.75 Oleg Protsenko RUS 1990

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN17.92 James Beckford JAM 199517.85 Yoelbi Quesada CUB 199717.83i Aliecer Urrutia (17.70 ʼ96) CUB 199717.78 Lázaro Betancourt CUB 198617.72i Brian Wellman (17.62A) BER 199517.65 Yoandri Betanzos CUB 200917.65 Alexis Copello CUB 200917.62i Yoel García (17.47 ʼ95) CUB 199717.62 Arnie David Giralt CUB 200917.59 Leevan Sands BAH 2008

NORTH AMERICA18.09 Kenny Harrison USA 199617.97 Willie Banks USA 198517.87 Mike Conley USA 198717.86 Charles Simpkins USA 198517.78 Melvin Lister USA 200417.73i Walter Davis (17.71) USA 200617.63 Kenta Bell USA 200217.58 Aarik Wilson USA 200717.53 Al Joyner USA 198717.45i Tim Rusan (17.37 ʼ04) USA 2003

SOUTH AMERICA17.90 Jadel Gregório BRA 200717.89A João Carlos de Oliveira BRA 197517.32 Anísio Souza Silva BRA 199317.28 Jefferson Dias Sabino BRA 200817.27A Nélson Prudéncio BRA 196817.20A Jorge Teixeira da Silva BRA 199217.04A Abcelvio Rodriguez BRA 198917.03A Hugo Chila ECU 200917.00 Rodrigo Mendes BRA 200516.99A Messías Baptista BRA 1996

OCEANIA17.46 Ken Lorraway AUS 198217.32 Andrew Murphy AUS 199917.09 Ian Campbell AUS 198017.02A Phil May AUS 196816.92 Paul Simonsen AUS 198916.83 Alwyn Jones AUS 200916.67 Jacob McReynolds AUS 200516.67 Michael Pery AUS 200516.65 Matt Sweeney AUS 198916.63 Henry Frayne AUS 2010

Shot Put

AFRICA21.97 Janus Robberts RSA 200120.76 Ahmed Kamel Shatta EGY 198820.71 Nagui Assad EGY 197220.63 Burger Lambrechts RSA 2004

20.60† Jan Pienaar RSA 199020.45 Lahcen Samsam Akka MAR 197220.29 Karel Potgieter RSA 200020.26 Chima Ugwu NGR 200019.97 Yasser Fethi Ibrahim EGY 200919.81 John van Reenen RSA 1970

ASIA21.13 Sultan Al-Hebshi KSA 200920.81 Grigoriy Skorikov UZB# 198320.68 Sergey Rubtsov (20.49 ʼ92) KAZ# 198820.60 Shakti Singh IND 200020.55 Sergey Kot (19.84 ʼ92) UZB# 198620.54 Khaled Habash Al-Suwaidi QAT 200520.41 Zhang Jun CHN 200920.40 Bahadur Singh IND 200420.26 Ranvijay Singh IND 200420.20 Chang Ming-Huang TOPE 200720.15 Zhang Qi CHN 2005

EUROPE23.06 Ulf Timmermann GDR 198822.91 Alessandro Andrei ITA 198722.75 Werner Günthör SUI 198822.64 Udo Beyer GDR 198622.24 Sergey Smirnov RUS 198622.10 Sergey Gavryushin RUS 198622.09 Sergey Kasnauskas BLR 198422.09i Mika Halvari FIN 200022.09 Andrei Mikhnevich BLR 201022.00 Aleksandr Baryshnikov RUS 1976

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN21.45 Dorian Scott JAM 200820.78 Alexis Páumier CUB 200020.72 Carlos Véliz CUB 200820.30 Reinaldo Proenza CUB 200820.28 Paul Ruiz CUB 198820.22 Chris Merced PUR 200020.03 Carlos Fandiño CUB 200019.89 Luis M. Delís CUB 198219.82 Yosvany Obregón CUB 200019.73 Francisco Guzmán MEX 2004

NORTH AMERICA23.12 Randy Barnes USA 199022.86 Brian Oldfield USA 197522.67 Kevin Toth USA 200322.54 Christian Cantwell USA 200422.52 John Brenner USA 198722.51 Adam Nelson USA 200222.43 Rees Hoffa USA 200722.20 John Godina USA 200522.10 Cory Martin USA 201022.02i George Woods USA 197422.02 Dave Laut USA 1982

SOUTH AMERICA21.14 Marco Antonio Verni CHI 200420.90 Gert Weil CHI 198620.43 Germán Lauro ARG 201020.01 Yoger Medina VEN 200019.60 Ronny Jiménez VEN 200419.30 Johnny Rodríguez COL 200319.11 Eder César Moreno COL 201018.73 Juan Turri ARG 197518.72 Adilson de Souza Oliveira BRA 199418.57 Michael Putman PER 201018.57 Ronald de Oliveira Julião BRA 2010

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OCEANIA21.26 Scott Martin AUS 200820.96 Justin Anlezark AUS 200319.80 Les Mills NZL 196719.70 Dale Stevenson AUS 201019.64 John Minns AUS 198919.54 Rhys Jones AUS 200419.45 Courtney Ireland NZL 199419.42 Clay Cross AUS 200419.01 Chris Gaviglio AUS 200818.95 Aaron Neighbour AUS 1998

Discus Throw

AFRICA70.32 Frantz Kruger RSA 200268.48 John van Reenen RSA 197567.80 Adewale Olukoju NGR 199167.66 Hannes Hopley RSA 200466.58 Omar El-Ghazaly EGY 200764.78† Piet Goosen RSA 198264.72 Christian Okoye NGR 198564.53 Chima Ugwu NGR 200464.44 Mohammed Naguib Hamed EGY 198864.16 Frits Potgieter RSA 1997

ASIA69.32 Ehsan Hadadi IRI 200865.41 Mohammad Samimi IRI 201065.16 Li Shaojie CHN 199665.02 Yu Wenge CHN 199264.98 Abbas Samimi IRI 200464.96 Vikas Gowda IND 200764.67 Mahmoud Samimi IRI 200964.55 Sultan Mubarak Al-Dawoodi KSA 200664.43 Rashid Al-Dosari QAT 200264.37 Anil Kumar IND 2004

EUROPE74.08 Jürgen Schult GDR 198673.88 Virgilijus Alekna LTU 200073.38 Gerd Kanter EST 200671.86 Yuriy Dumchev RUS 198371.70 Róbert Fazekas HUN 200271.50 Lars Riedel GER 199771.26 Rickard Bruch SWE 198471.26 Imrich Bugár TCH 198571.16 Wolfgang Schmidt GDR 197870.82 Aleksander Tammert EST 2006

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN71.06 Luis M.Delís CUB 198370.00 Juan Martínez CUB 198367.45 Lois Maikel Martínez CUB 200567.14 Frank Casañas (now ESP) CUB 200667.10 Brad Cooper BAH 198666.00 Jorge Fernández CUB 201065.76 Alexis Elizalde CUB 199765.68 Roberto Moya CUB 199065.10 Raúl Calederón CUB 198664.58 Yunior Lastre CUB 2010

NORTH AMERICA71.32 Ben Plucknett* USA 198371.26 John Powell USA 198471.18 Art Burns USA 198371.14 Anthony Washington USA 199670.98 Mac Wilkins USA 1980

70.38 Jay Silvester USA 197169.91 John Godina USA 199869.90 Jason Young USA 201069.46 Al Oerter USA 198069.44 Adam Setliff USA 2001* 72.34 Plucknett 1981 accepted as US record, but set afterdoping violation

SOUTH AMERICA66.32 Jorge Balliengo ARG 200664.30 Ramón Jiménez-Gaona PAR 199264.23 Marcelo Pugliese ARG 200263.09 Ronald de Oliveira Julião BRA 201062.53 Germán Lauro ARG 201060.26 José Araujo de Souza BRA 199059.72 João Joaquim dos Santos BRA 199259.48 Julio César Piñero ARG 199858.78 Julián Angulo COL 200258.18 Julio César Londroño COL 2010

OCEANIA66.37 Benn Harradine AUS 200865.62 Werner Reiterer AUS 198765.06 Wayne Martin AUS 197965.03 Ian Winchester NZL 200264.26 Aaron Neighbour AUS 200864.10 Vlad Slavnic AUS 198864.00 Scott Martin AUS 200663.08 Robin Tait NZL 197462.66 Paul Nandapi AUS 198761.77 Graham Hicks AUS 2005

Hammer Throw

AFRICA80.63 Chris Harmse RSA 200577.36 Mohsen Anani EGY 201074.70 Hakim Toumi ALG 199774.20 Ahmed And. El Raouf EGY 200673.91 Werner Smit RSA 200473.86 Adam Barnard RSA 197673.72 Hassan Kohamed Mahmoud EGY 201073.27 Mustapha El Gamal EGY 201073.14 Rumen Koprivchin (ex BUL) RSA 199672.76 Cherif Farouk El Hennawi EGY 1995

ASIA84.86 Koji Murofushi JPN 200383.46 Andrey Abduvaliyev (83.36 ʼ94) TJK/UZB# 199079.74 Ali Mohamed Al-Zinkawi KUW 200979.28 Dilshod Nazarov TJK 200978.64 Yuriy Esayan AZE 198677.60 Vladimir Lesovoy KAZ# 197777.04 Bi Zhong CHN 198976.42 Ruslan Dikiy TJK# 199175.96 Shigenobu Murofushi JPN 198475.77 Viktor Ustinov UZB 200075.62 Vitaliy Khozhatelyov UZB 200074.11 Ma Liang CHN 200974.08 Hiroaki Doi JPN 200773.67 Ye Kuigang CHN 2000

EUROPE86.74 Yuriy Sedykh UKR/RUS 198686.73 Ivan Tikhon BLR 200586.04 Sergey Litvinov RUS 198684.90 Vadim Devyatovskiy BLR 2005

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84.62 Igor Astapkovich BLR 199284.48 Igor Nikulin RUS 199084.40 Jüri Tamm EST 198484.19 Adrián Annus HUN 200383.68 Tibor Gécsek HUN 199883.43 Aleksey Zagornyy RUS 2002

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN77.78 Alberto Sánchez CUB 199876.50 Roberto Janet CUB 201075.38 Erik Jiménez CUB 200574.77 Yosmel Montes CUB 200274.74 Armando Orozco CUB 198074.20 Noleisis Bicet CUB 201073.93 Yosvany Suárez CUB 200673.44 Eladio Hernández CUB 199371.47 Reinier Mejías CUB 201071.46 Guillermo Guzmán MEX 1992

NORTH AMERICA82.50 Lance Deal USA 199481.88 Jud Logan USA 198880.02 Ken Flax USA 198879.26 Kevin McMahon USA 199979.26 A. G.Kruger USA 200479.20 James Parker USA 200479.13 Jim Steacy CAN 200878.25 Kibwe Johnson USA 200577.72 Bill Green USA 198776.86 Jacob Freeman USA 2009

SOUTH AMERICA76.42 Juan Ignacio Cerra ARG 200174.66 Andrés Charadía ARG 199471.84 Wagner Domingos BRA 201070.78 Patricio Palma CHI 201070.12 Adrián Marzo ARG 200068.98 Héctor Bontempi ARG 199468.90 Marcelo Pugliese ARG 199568.24 Roberto Sáez CHI 201067.63 Aldo Bello VEN 200567.56 Leonardo Andrés Pino CHI 2010

OCEANIA79.29 Stuart Rendell AUS 200277.58 Sean Carlin AUS 199475.90 Peter Farmer AUS 197974.58 Joe Quigley AUS 198774.58 Peter Baxevanis AUS 199273.96 Angus Cooper NZL 198973.80 Hans Lotz AUS 198372.12 Dave Huxley AUS 198872.06 Phillip Jensen NZL 199871.56 Aaron Fish AUS 2002

Javelin Throw

AFRICA88.75 Marius Corbett RSA 199887.26 Tom Petranoff (ex & later USA) RSA 199286.80 Robert Oosthuizen RSA 200884.50 Hardus Pienaar RSA 200384.02A Philip Spies RSA 199581.60 Wilhelm Pauer RSA 199281.38A Brian Erasmus RSA 200381.08 Pius Bazighe NGR 199981.02A† Hennes de Wet RSA 199080.92A† Johan Oosthuizen RSA 1990

ASIA87.60 Kazuhiro Mizoguchi JPN 198987.20 Viktor Zaytsev UZB 199285.74 Dmitriy Polyunin UZB 199285.16 Viktor Yevsyukov (81.40 ʼ93) KAZ# 198784.80 Sergey Voynov UZB 200084.52 Vladimir Parfyonov UZB 199584.29 Li Rongxiang CHN 200083.99 Park Jae-myong KOR 200483.38 Zhang Lianbiao CHN 199483.10 Yukifumi Murakami JPN 2009

EUROPE98.48 Jan Zelezny CZE 199693.09 Aki Parviainen FIN 199992.61 Sergey Makarov RUS 200292.60 Raymond Hecht GER 199591.69 Kostadínos Gatsioúdis GRE 200091.59 Andreas Thorkildsen NOR 200691.53 Tero Pitkämäki FIN 200591.46 Steve Backley GBR 199290.73 Vadims Vasilevskis LAT 200790.60 Seppo Räty FIN 1992With roughened-tail javelin:96.96 Seppo Räty FIN 199190.82 Kimmo Kinnunen FIN 1991

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN87.17 Guillermo Martínez CUB 200687.12 Emeterio González CUB 200083.63 Isbel Luaces CUB 200281.43 Maximo Rigondeaux CUB 200080.53 Anie Boué CUB 200780.46 Juan de la Garza MEX 199280.19 Yudel Moreno CUB 200679.24 Ramón González CUB 198778.68 Ovidio Trimino CUB 199578.48 Héctor Duarte CUB 1989With roughened-tail javelin84.86 Ramón González CUB 1990

NORTH AMERICA91.29 Breaux Greer USA 200787.12 Tom Pukstys USA 199785.38 Tom Petranoff USA 1986

89.16A in RSA 199184.41 Scott Russell CAN 200584.20 Mike Barnett USA 199183.88 Dave Stephens USA 199183.87 Chris Hill USA 200983.74 Leigh Smith USA 200883.16 Cyrus Hostetler USA 200983.00 Brian Crouser USA 1987

SOUTH AMERICA84.70 Edgar Baumann PAR 199981.28 Nery Kennedy PAR 199881.07 Arley Ibargüen COL 200980.05 Julio César de Oliveira BRA 200979.61A Noraldo Palacios COL 200979.50 Luiz Fernando da Silva BRA 200079.45A Pablo Pietrobelli ARG 200779.32A Dayron Márquez COL 200978.57 Alexon Maximiano BRA 200778.54 Ignacio Guerra CHI 2010

OCEANIA89.02 Jarrod Bannister AUS 200888.20 Gavin Lovegrove NZL 1996

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86.67 Andrew Currey AUS 200185.60 William Hamlyn-Harris AUS 200485.35 Stuart Farquhar NZL 201084.36 Adrian Hatcher AUS 199984.20 Andrew Martin AUS 200082.79 Oliver Dziubak AUS 200480.73 Josh Robinson AUS 200780.20 Adam Montague AUS 2008

4 x 100 Metres Relay

AFRICA37.91 Nigeria ........................................................199938.12 Ghana ........................................................199738.47 South Africa ................................................200138.60 Côte dʼIvoire................................................200138.91 Sierra Leone ..............................................199638.99 Mauritius ....................................................200139.16 Zimbabwe ..................................................200739.25 Cameroon ..................................................199939.36 Sénegal ......................................................199239.40 Kenya..........................................................2010

ASIA38.03 Japan ..........................................................200738.80 Thailand ......................................................200038.81 China ..........................................................199538.98 Saudi Arabia ..............................................200239.05 Qatar ..........................................................199739.05 Chinese Taipei ............................................201039.23 India ............................................................201039.30 Kazakhstan ....................................# ........198839.42 Hong Kong..................................................201039.43 Korea ..........................................................198839.53 Saudi Arabia ..............................................200739.70 Uzbekistan (39.90 ʼ00) ....................# ........1983

EUROPE37.73 Great Britain & NI........................................199937.79 France ........................................................199038.02 USSR..........................................................198738.17 Italy ............................................................201038.29 GDR............................................................198238.33 Poland ........................................................198038.46 Russia (as USSR) ......................................199038.53 Ukraine ......................................................199638.54 FR of Germany ..........................................198838.60 Spain ..........................................................199738.61 Greece ........................................................199938.63 Sweden ......................................................199638.63 Netherlands ................................................2003

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN37.10 Jamaica ......................................................200837.62 Trinidad & Tobago ......................................200938.00 Cuba ..........................................................199238.45 Netherlands Antilles ....................................200538.98 Bahamas ....................................................200039.01 Dominican Republic ....................................200339.15 Puerto Rico ................................................201039.32A Mexico ........................................................199239.43 Saint Kitts & Nevis ......................................201039.49A Barbados ....................................................1995

NORTH AMERICA37.40 USA ............................................................199237.69 Canada ......................................................1996

SOUTH AMERICA37.90 Brazil ..........................................................200039.20 Colombia ....................................................201039.31A Venezuela ..................................................200139.49 Chile............................................................200039.59A Guyana ......................................................197539.80A Ecuador (40.05 ʼ07) ....................................200939.91 Argentina ....................................................200740.07 Panamá ......................................................200740.14A Uruguay (40.15 ʼ06) ....................................199940.38A Peru ............................................................1988

OCEANIA38.17 Australia ......................................................199538.99 New Zealand ..............................................200540.15 Fiji ..............................................................199740.29 Papua New Guinea ....................................199541.20 Tonga ..........................................................199141.26 Vanuatu ......................................................1995

4 x 400 Metres Relay

AFRICA2:58.68 Nigeria ........................................................20002:59.63 Kenya..........................................................19923:00.20 South Africa ................................................19993:00.64 Sénegal ......................................................19963:00.79 Zimbabwe ..................................................19973:02.09 Uganda ......................................................19843:02.11 Morocco ......................................................19913:02.24 Botswana ....................................................20033:02.78 Algeria ........................................................19973:03.50 Côte dʼIvoire................................................1984

ASIA3:00.76 Japan ..........................................................19963:02.47 Saudi Arabia ..............................................20023:02.62 India ............................................................19983:02.71 Sri Lanka ....................................................20003:04.26 China ..........................................................20063:04.32 Qatar ..........................................................20033:04.44 Korea ..........................................................19983:04.82 Kuwait ........................................................20013:05.20 Uzbekistan ......................................# ........19833:05.47 Thailand ......................................................19953:06.58 Philippines ..................................................1985

EUROPE2:56.60 Great Britain & NI........................................19962:58.00 Poland ........................................................19982:58.06 Russia ........................................................20082:58.96 France ........................................................20032:59.37 BelgIum ......................................................20082:59.86 GDR............................................................19852:59.95 Yugoslavia ..................................................19912:59.96 FR of Germany ..........................................19873:00.16 USSR..........................................................19843:01.12 Finland ........................................................19723:01.37 Italy ............................................................1986

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN2:56.75 Jamaica ......................................................19972:57.32 Bahamas ....................................................20052:59.13 Cuba ..........................................................19923:01.05 Trinidad & Tobago ......................................19923:01.60 Barbados ....................................................19843:02.02 Dominican Republic ....................................20033:03.19 Mexico ........................................................2001

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3:04.87 Puerto Rico ................................................20093:06.52 St Vincent & the Grenadines ......................19963:06.98 Grenada......................................................2003

NORTH AMERICA2:54.29 USA (drugs dq 2:54.20 ʼ98) ........................19933:02.64 Canada ......................................................1976

SOUTH AMERICA2:58.56 Brazil ..........................................................19993:04.52A Colombia ....................................................19993:04.56A Venezuela ..................................................19883:06.34A Chile............................................................19893:08.53A Peru ............................................................19713:08.53A Argentina (3:08.61 ʼ05) ..............................19993:09.17A Guyana ......................................................19953:09.67 Panamá ......................................................20073:10.83A Ecuador ......................................................20013:13.51 Uruguay ......................................................1998

OCEANIA2:59.70 Australia ......................................................19843:05.84 New Zealand ..............................................19933:07.15 Fiji ..............................................................19983:09.55 Papua New Guinea ....................................19913:16.09 Vanuatu ......................................................19953:20.45 French Polynesia ........................................20073:20.88 Samoa ........................................................2007

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WOMEN100 Metres

AFRICA10.84 Chioma Ajunwa NGR 199210.90 Glory Alozie (now ESP) NGR 199910.97 Mary Onyali NGR 199310.98 Léonie Myriam Mani CMR 200111.03A Mercy Nku (11.06 ʼ01) NGR 199911.03 Blessing Okagbare NGR 201011.06A† Evette de Klerk RSA 199011.06 Endurance Ojokolo NGR 200111.07 Christy Opara (later USA) NGR 199711.07 Geraldine Pillay RSA 2005

ASIA10.79 Li Xuemei CHN 199710.89 Liu Xiaomei CHN 199711.04 Lyubov Pepepelova UZB 200011.04 Susanthika Jayasinghe SRI 200011.06 Tian Yumei CHN 199711.09 Pei Fang CHN 199711.12 Elvira Barbashina UZB# 198611.12 Rakia Al-Gasara BRN 200811.13 Li Yali CHN 199711.13 Olga Shishigina KAZ 200011.16 Liang Yi CHN 1997

EUROPE10.73 Christine Arron FRA 199810.77 Irina Privalova RUS 199410.77 Ivet Lalova BUL 200410.81 Marlies Göhr GDR 198310.82 Zhanna Pintusevich/Block UKR 2001

10.83 Marita Koch GDR 198310.83 Ekateríni Thánou GRE 199910.85 Anelia Nuneva BUL 198810.86 Silke Gladisch/Möller GDR 198710.89 Katrin Krabbe GDR 1988

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN10.73 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM 200910.74 Merlene Ottey JAM 199610.75 Kerron Stewart JAM 200910.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM 201010.82 Sherone Simpson JAM 200610.83 Juliet Cuthbert JAM 199210.84 Chandra Sturrup BAH 200510.84 Kelly-Ann Baptiste TRI 201010.91 Savatheda Fynes BAH 199910.91 Debbie Ferguson BAH 2002

NORTH AMERICA10.49 Florence Griffith-Joyner USA 198810.64 Carmelita Jeter USA 200910.65A Marion Jones (10.70 ʼ99) USA 199810.76 Evelyn Ashford USA 198410.78A Dawn Sowell (10.91 ʼ89) USA 198910.78 Torri Edwards USA 200810.79 Inger Miller USA 199910.82 Gail Devers USA 199210.82 Gwen Torrence USA 199410.83 Sheila Echols USA 1988

SOUTH AMERICA11.17A Lucimara de Moura (11.29) BRA 199911.17A Ana Claudia Silva BRA 201011.18A Felipa Palacios (11.31 ʼ97) COL 200511.20 Lucimar de Moura BRA 200711.22A Melisa Murillo COL 200511.26 Jennifer Inniss (now USA) GUY 198411.31 Esmeralda Garcia BRA 198311.31 Amparo Caicedo COL 199011.31 Rosemar Coelho Neto BRA 200611.34A Yomara Hinestroza COL 2008

OCEANIA11.12A Melinda Gainsford-Taylor AUS 199411.14 Sally McLellan AUS 200711.19 Kerry Johnson AUS 199011.20A Raelene Boyle AUS 196811.24 Colleen Pekin AUS 198211.24 Cathy Freeman AUS 199411.26 Nova Peris AUS 199911.28 Lauren Hewitt AUS 199911.29 Tania Van Heer/Murphy AUS 199811.32 Michelle Seymour NZL 1993

200 Metres

AFRICA22.06A† Evette de Klerk (22.45†) RSA 198922.07 Mary Onyali NGR 199622.22 Falilat Ogunkoya NGR 199822.28 Fatima Yusuf NGR 199922.41 Léonie Myriam Mani CMR 200022.53 Mercy Nku NGR 199922.58A† Elinda Vorster RSA 199022.60 Charity Opara NGR 199222.63 Heide Seyerling RSA 200122.64A† Ansie Basson RSA 198922.64A Aida Diop SEN 2000

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ASIA22.01 Li Xuemei CHN 199722.27 Elvira Barbashina UZB# 198622.28 Susanthika Jayasinghe SRI 200022.36 Liu Xiaomei CHN 199722.48 Damayanthi Darsha SRI 199822.53 Du Xiujie # CHN 199522.56 Wang Huei-chen TPE 199222.56 Chen Zhaojing CHN 199322.62 Chi Cheng TPE 197022.65 Rakia Al-Gasara BRN 200622.72 Lyubov Pepepelova UZB 2000

EUROPE21.71 Marita Koch GDR 197921.71 Heike Drechsler GDR 198621.74 Marlies Göhr GDR 198421.74 Silke Gladisch/Möller GDR 198721.85 Bärbel Wöckel GDR 198421.87 Irina Privalova RUS 199521.95 Katrin Krabbe GDR 199021.97 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 198121.99 Marie-José Pérec FRA 199322.01 Anelia Nuneva BUL 1987

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN21.64 Merlene Ottey JAM 199121.72 Grace Jackson JAM 198821.74 Veronica Campbell Brown JAM 200821.75 Juliet Cuthbert JAM 199221.99 Kerron Stewart JAM 200822.00 Sherone Simpson JAM 200622.15 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM 200822.18 Merlene Frazer JAM 200022.19 Debbie Ferguson BAH 199922.22 Beverly McDonald JAM 1999

NORTH AMERICA21.34 Florence Griffith-Joyner USA 198821.62A Marion Jones USA 199821.72 Gwen Torrence USA 199221.77 Inger Miller USA 199921.81 Valerie Brisco USA 198421.81 Allyson Felix USA 200721.83 Evelyn Ashford USA 197921.93 Pam Marshall USA 198821.99 Chandra Cheeseborough USA 198322.01 Muna Lee USA 2008

SOUTH AMERICA22.60A Lucimar de Moura (22.75) BRA 199922.85A Felipa Palacios (23.03 ʼ06) COL 200522.90A Norma González (23.02) COL 200522.92 Ximena Restrepo COL 199122.94A Beatriz Allocco ARG 197822.98 Digna Luz Murillo COL 200422.99 Maria Figueiredo BRA 198823.06A Vanda Gomes BRA 200823.07 Ana Claudia Silva BRA 201023.09A Darlemis Obregón COL 2008

OCEANIA22.23 Melinda Gainsford-Taylor AUS 199722.25 Cathy Freeman AUS 199422.35 Denise Boyd/Robertson AUS 198022.45 Raelene Boyle AUS 197222.52 Lauren Hewitt AUS 200022.57 Tania Van Heer (22.42r ʼ99) AUS 199922.74 Nova Peris AUS 1999

22.82 Kerry Johnson AUS 198822.83 Maree Holland AUS 198822.84 Sharon Cripps AUS 2003

400 Metres

AFRICA49.10 Falilat Ogunkoya NGR 199649.29 Charity Opara NGR 199849.43A Fatima Yusuf NGR 199549.83A Amantle Montsho (49.89 ʼ09) BOT 200849.86 Amy Mbacké Thiam SEN 200150.05 Heide Seyerling RSA 200050.12A† Myrtle Bothma RSA 198650.34A Olabisi Afolabi (50.40) NGR 199950.38 Kaltouma Nadjina CHA 200150.57A† Evette de Klerk RSA 1986

ASIA49.81 Ma Yuqin CHN 199350.01 Li Jing CHN 199750.39 Du Xiujie CHN 199550.52 Marina Shmonina UZB# 199050.68 Tatyana Roslanova KAZ 200451.00 Nina Kravchenko KAZ# 198351.05 Damayanthi Darsha SRI 200051.05 Manjeet Kaur IND 200451.15 Chen Yuxiang CHN 199751.21 K Matthews Beenamol IND 200051.22 Zhang Hengyun CHN 199751.30 Chitra K. Soman OND 200451.2 Shin Keum-dan PRK 1964

EUROPE47.60 Marita Koch GDR 198547.99 Jarmila Kratochvílová TCH 198348.25 Marie-José Pérec FRA 199648.27 Olga Vladykina/Bryzgina UKR 198548.59 Tatána Kocembová TCH 198349.11 Olga Nazarova RUS 1988

48.9 m 198849.19 Mariya Pinigina UKR 198349.24 Sabine Busch GDR 198449.28 Irena Szewinska POL 197649.29 Antonina Krivoshapka RUS 2009

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN48.89 Ana Gabriela Guevara MEX 200349.07 Tonique Williams-Darling BAH 200449.28 Pauline Davis BAH 199649.30 Lorraine Fenton JAM 200249.32 Shericka Williams JAM 200949,53 Novlene Williams-Mills JAM 200649.57 Grace Jackson JAM 198849.61 Ana Quirot (49.2A ʼ89) CUB 199149.79 Sandie Richards JAM 199750.05 Rosemarie Whyte JAM 2008

NORTH AMERICA48.70 Sanya Richards USA 200648.83 Valerie Brisco USA 198449.05 Chandra Cheeseborough USA 198449.40 Jearl Miles-Clark USA 199749.56 Monique Hennagan USA 200449.59 Marion Jones USA 200049.64 Gwen Torrence USA 199249.64 Deedee Trotter USA 2007

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49.64 Debbie Dunn USA 201049.66 Lillie Leatherwood USA 1991

SOUTH AMERICA49.64 Ximena Restrepo COL 199250.62 Maria Figueiredo BRA 199050.71 Aliann Pompey GUY 200951.17 Norfalia Carabalí COL 199351.23 Lucimar Teodoro BRA 200551.30 Maria Laura Almirão BRA 200551.37 June Griffith (51.3m 1980) GUY 197951.44 Geisa Coutinho BRA 200351.86 Norma González COL 200951.89 Libia Rodríguez COL 200351.89 Josiane Tito BRA 2007

OCEANIA48.63 Cathy Freeman AUS 199650.19 Renée Poetschka AUS 199450.24 Maree Holland AUS 198850.43 Jana Pittman/Rawlinson AUS 200350.78 Debbie Flintoff-King AUS 198650.78 Michelle Lock AUS 199251.08 Raelene Boyle AUS 198251.28 Tania van Heer/Murphy AUS 199951.28 Nova Peris AUS 200051.32 Sharon Stewart AUS 1992

800 Metres

AFRICA1:54.01 Pamela Jelimo KEN 20081:55.19 Maria Mutola MOZ 19941:55.45 Caster Semenya RSA 20091:56.04 Janeth Jepkosgei KEN 20071:56.43 Hasna Benhassi MAR 20041:56.62 Tina Paulino MOZ 19931:57.75 Nancy Lagat / Langat KEN 20101:57.82 Amina Aït Hammou MAR 20031:58.1A Francisca Chepkurui KEN 19881:58.34 Faith Macharia BRA 2001

ASIA1:55.54 Liu Dong CHN 19931:56.0 Valentina Gerasimova KAZ# 19761:56.21 Zamira Zaytseva UZB# 19831:56.24 Qu Yunxia CHN 19931:56.64 Nadezhda Loboyko KAZ# 19901:56.96 Liu Li CHN 19931:57.18 Lyubov Kiryukhina UZB# 19861:57.18 Wang Yuan CHN 19931:57.54 Lyubov Zabolotneva KAZ# 19861:57.62 Lang Yinglai CHN 19971:57.77 Lu Yi CHN 19931:57.80 Maryam Jamal BRN 20081:58.0 Shin Keum-dan PRK 19641:58.16 Lin Nuo CHN 19971:58.48 Chen Xuehui CHN 2001

EUROPE1:53.28 Jarmila Kratochvilová TCH 19831:53.43 Nadezhda Olizarenko UKR 19801:54.81 Olga Minyeyeva RUS 19801:54.94 Tatyana Kazankina RUS 19761:55.05 Doina Melinte ROU 19821:55.19 Jolanda Ceplak SLO 20021:55.26 Sigrun Wodars/Grau GDR 19871:55.32 Christine Wachtel GDR 1987

1:55.42 Nikolina Shtereva BUL 19761:55.46 Tatyana Providokhina RUS 1980

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN1:54.44 Ana Quirot CUB 19891:56.09 Zulia Calatayud CUB 20021:57.88 Kenia Sinclair JAM 20061:59.06 Dawn Williams DMA 19961:59.49 Inez Turner JAM 19951:59.60 Neisha Bernard-Thomas GRN 20101:59.61 Charmaine Howell JAM 20011:59.71 Mardrea Hyman JAM 19981:59.92 Michelle Ballentine JAM 20042:00.10 Adriana Muñoz CUB 2004

NORTH AMERICA1:56.40 Jearl Miles-Clark USA 19991:56.90 Mary Slaney USA 19851:56.91 Kim Gallagher USA 19881:57.04 Meredith Rainey/Valmon USA 19961:57.34 Alysia Johnson USA 20101:57.80 Delisa Walton-Floyd USA 19881:57.82 Julie Jenkins USA 19901:57.84 Joetta Clark USA 19981:57.84 Maggie Vessey USA 2009

SOUTH AMERICA1:56.68 Letitia Vriesde SUR 19951:58.27 Luciana Mendes BRA 19941:59.38 Rosibel García COL 20081:59.47 Marian Burnett GUY 20041:59.51 Maria Figueiredo BRA 19931:59.92 Soraya Vieira Telles BRA 19882:00.20 Alejandra Ramos CHI 19902:00.98 Christiane des Santos BRA 20032:01.28 Josiane Tito BRA 20072:01.63 Juliana de Azevedo BRA 2006

OCEANIA1:58.25 Toni Hodgkinson NZL 19961:59.0 Charlene Rendina AUS 19761:59.21 Tamsyn Lewis AUS 20001:59.73 Margaret Crowley AUS 19961:59.8 mx Susan Andrews (2:00.32) AUS 20001:59.93 Judy Pollock AUS 19762:00.17 Sharon Stewart AUS 19912:00.2 mx Kaylene Coster (2:00.57) AUS 19842:00.23 mx Heather Barralet (2:00.50) AUS 19842:00.56 Terri-Anne Cater AUS 1981

1500 Metres

AFRICA3:55.30 Hassiba Boulmerka ALG 19923:57.41 Jackline Maranga KEN 19983:58.12 Naomi Mugo KEN 19983:58.38 Kutre Dulecha ETH 19983:58.79 Gelete Burka ETH 20093:59.12 Nouria Mérah-Benida ALG 20003:59.35 Btissam Lakhoud MAR 20104:00.13 Nancy Lagat / Langat KEN 20104:00.60 Zahra Ouaziz MAR 19984:00.95 Mariem Alaoui Selsouli MAR 2009

ASIA3:50.46 Qu Yunxia CHN 19933:50.98 Jiang Bo CHN 19973:51.34 Lang Yinglai CHN 1997

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3:51.92 Wang Junxia CHN 19933:53.91 Yin Lili CHN 19973:53.97 Lan Lixin CHN 19973:54.52 Zhang Ling CHN 19973:55.07 Dong Yanmei CHN 19973:56.14 Zamira Zaytseva UZB# 19823:56.18 Maryam Jamal BRN 20063:56.31 Liu Dong CHN 1997

EUROPE3:52.47 Tatyana Kazankina RUS 19803:53.96 Paula Ivan ROU 19883:54.23 Olga Dvirna RUS 19823:55.33 Süreyya Ayhan TUR 20033:55.68 Yuliya Chizhenko RUS 20063:56.43 Yelena Soboleva RUS 20063:56.50 Tatyana Pozdnyakova RUS 19823:56.63 Nadezhda Ralldugina UKR 19843:56.65 Yekaterina Podkopayeva RUS 19843:56.7 Lyubov Smolka RUS 19803:56.7 Doina Melinte ROU 1986

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN4:01.84 Yvonne Graham JAM 19954:05.25 Mardrea Hyman JAM 20014:05.56 Kenia Sinclair JAM 20074:09.57 Adriana Muñoz CUB 20034:10.48 Ashley Couper BER 20064:11.26 Nora Rocha MEX 19984:11.46 Dulce M. Rodríguez MEX 20034:13.08 Ana Quirot CUB 19974:14.7 Charlotte Bradley MEX 19774:15.0 Yadira Bataille CUB 2010

NORTH AMERICA3:57.12 Mary Decker/Slaney USA 19833:57.40 Suzy Favor Hamilton USA 20003:59.38 Anna Willard/Pierce USA 20093:59.59 Christin Wurth-Thomas USA 20103:59.90 Jennifer Barringer USA 20094:00.18 Ruth Wysocki USA 19844:00.27 Lynn Williams CAN 19854:00.33 Shannon Rowbury USA 20084:00.35 Regina Jacobs USA 19994:01.61 Angela Chalmers CAN 1994

SOUTH AMERICA4:05.67 Letitia Vriesde SUR 19914:07.30 Juliana dos Santos BRA 20104:10.07 Soraya Vieira Telles BRA 19884:12.67 Fabiane da Silva BRA 20004:13.07 Alejandra Ramos CHI 19904:13.53 Yessica Quispe PER 20044:14.11 Zenaide Vieira BRA 20104:14.80 Valeria Rodríguez ARG 20034:14.98 Norma Fernández ARG 19914:15.17 Ana Claudia Souza BRA 1993

OCEANIA4:00.93 Sarah Jamieson AUS 20064:01.34 Margaret Crowley AUS 19964:05.25 Lisa Corrigan AUS 20074:05.93 Nikki Hamblin NZL 20104:06.23 Toni Hodgkinson NZL 20004:06.47 Christine Pfitzinger NZL 19874:06.50 Georgie Clarke AUS 20054:07.03 Kate Anderson/Richardson AUS 19964:07.05 Benita Willis AUS 20004:07.78 Suzy Walsham AUS 2003

3000 Metres

AFRICA8:23.23 Edith Masai KEN 20028:23.72i Meseret Defar (8:24.51) ETH 20078:23.74i Meselech Melkamu ETH 20078:25.62 Berhane Adere ETH 20018:25.92 Gelete Burka ETH 20068:26.48 Zahra Ouaziz MAR 19998:27.62 Gete Wami ETH 20018:28.41 Sentayehu Ejigu ETH 20108:28.66 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 20078:29.06 Priscah Cherono KEN 20078:29.14 Lydia Cheromei KEN 2000

ASIA8:06.11 Wang Junxia CHN 19938:12.18 Qu Yunxia CHN 19938:16.50 Zhang Linli CHN 19938:19.78 Ma Liyan CHN 19938:21.84 Zhang Lirong CHN 19938:26.78 Svetlana Ulmasova UZB# 19828:28.87 Maryam Jamal BRN 20058:33.07 Dong Yanmei JPN 20008:35.74 Alla Libutina TJK# 19828:35.74 Zamira Zaytseva UZB# 19858:36.45 Ma Ningning CHN 19938:39.67 Lan Lixin CHN 20008:39.74 Wei Li CHN 1993

EUROPE8:21.42 Gabriela Szabo ROU 20028:21.64 Sonia OʼSullivan IRL 19948:22.20 Paula Radcliffe GBR 20028:22.62 Tatyana Kazankina RUS 19848:23.26 Olga Yegorova RUS 20018:25.40 Yelena Zadorozhnaya RUS 20018:25.56 Tatyana Tomashova RUS 20018:26.53 Tatyana Samolenko/Dorovskikh UKR 19888:26.78 Svetlana Ulmasova UZB# 19828:27.12 Lyudmila Bragina RUS 1976

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN8:37.07 Yvonne Graham JAM 19958:53.53 Adriana Fernández MEX 20009:02.34 Dulce María Rodríguez MEX 20019:03.23 Nora Rocha MEX 19999:04.65 Isabel Juárez MEX 19949:07.64 Margarita Tapia MEX 20049:08.55i Korine Hinds (9:10.10 ʼ00) JAM 20039:09.2 María Luisa Servín MEX 19929:12.44 Sonia Betancourt MEX 19929:16.10 Martha Jiménez MEX 1988

NORTH AMERICA8:25.83 Mary Slaney USA 19858:31.38 Shannon Rowbury USA 20108:32.17 Angela Chalmers CAN 19948:34.99 Kara Goucher USA 20078:35.02 Libbie Hickman USA 20008:35.03 Jennifer Rhines USA 20078:35.34 Shalane Flanagan USA 20078:37.25 Vicki Huber USA 19888:37.30 Lynn Williams CAN 19888:38.60 Cindy Bremser USA 1984

SOUTH AMERICA9:02.37 Delirde Bernardi BRA 19949:08.83 Carmen de Oliveira BRA 1990

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9:09.41 Simone da Silva BRA 20109:10.17 Silvana Pereira BRA 19909:10.24 Rosa Godoy ARG 20109:10.97 Fabiane da Silva BRA 20069:11.68 Valeria Rodríguez ARG 20039:14.57 Zenaide Vieira BRA 20109:15.31 Alejandra Ramos CHI 19929:15.63 Elisa Cobanea ARG 1998

OCEANIA8:35.31 Kim Smith NZL 20078:38.06 Benita Willis AUS 20038:41.78 Eloise Wellings AUS 20068:44.1 mx Donna Gould AUS 19848:45.53 Anne Audain NZL 19828:47.46 Nyla Carroll NZL 19968:47.7 Christine Pfitzinger NZL 19888:47.90 Dianne Rodger NZL 19848:48.38i Krishna Stanton AUS 19878:48.41 Sarah Jamieson AUS 20078:48.48 Kate Anderson/Richardson AUS 19978:49.61 Jackie Perkins AUS 1987

5000 Metres

AFRICA14:11.15 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH 200814:12.88 Meseret Defar ETH 200814:22.51 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 200714:28.39 Sentayehu Ejigu ETH 201014:29.32 Berhane Adere ETH 200314:30.88 Gete Wami ETH 200014:31.14 Linet Masai KEN 201014:31.20 Gelete Burka ETH 200714:31.91 Meselech Melkamu ETH 201014:31.91 Sylvia Kibet KEN 2010

ASIA14:28.09 Jiang Bo CHN 199714:29.82 Dong Yanmei CHN 199714:32.33 Liu Shixiang CHN 199714:39.96 Yin Lili CHN 199714:40.41 Sun Yingjie CHN 200214:43.64 Xing Huina CHN 200114:45.33 Lan Lixin CHN 199714:45.71 Song Liqing CHN 199714:47.20 Dong Zhaoxia CHN 199714:48.45 Wang Dongmei CHN 1997

EUROPE14:23.75 Liliya Shobukhova RUS 200814:24.68 Elvan Abeylegesse TUR 200414:29.11 Paula Radcliffe GBR 200414:29.32 Olga Yegorova RUS 200114:31.48 Gabriela Szabo ROU 199814:33.13 Gulnara Galkina RUS 200814:36.45 Fernanda Ribeiro POR 199514:37.07 Jessica Augusto POR 201014:37.33 Ingrid Kristiansen NOR 198614:38.09 Mariya Konovalova RUS 2008

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN15:04.32 Adriana Fernández MEX 200315:06.54 Nora Rocha MEX 199815:07.91 Yvonne Graham JAM 199515:18.06 Dulce María Rodríguez MEX 200415:34.94 Yesenia Centeno CUB 2003

15:35.40 Margarita Tapia MEX 200415:36.07 María Elena Valencia MEX 200815:36.78 María Isabel Juárez MEX 199915:40.75 Marisol Romero MEX 201015:40.85 María Luisa Servín MEX 1996

NORTH AMERICA14:44.80 Shalane Flanagan USA 200714:45.35 Regina Jacobs USA 200014:51.62 Deena Drossin/Kastor USA 200014:51.84 Molly Huddle USA 201014:54.29 Jennifer Rhines USA 200814:54.98 Courtney Babcock CAN 200314:55.02 Kara Goucher USA 200714:55.74 Lisa Koll USA 201014:56.04 Amy Rudolph USA 199614:56.07 Annette Peters USA 1993

SOUTH AMERICA15:22.01 Carmen de Oliveira BRA 199315:33.16 Roseli Machado BRA 199615:47.61 Lucelia Peres BRA 200715:48.82 Stella Castro COL 199715:49.79 Simone da Silva BRA 201015:49.97 Bertha Sánchez COL 200715:51.45 Erika Olivera CHI 200015:53.76 Rosa Godoy ARG 201015:54.48 Elisa Cobanea ARG 200015:55.46 Ednalva da Silva BRA 2007

OCEANIA14:45.93 Kim Smith NZL 200814:47.60 Benita Willis AUS 200214:54.11 Eloise Wellings AUS 200615:02.90 Sarah Jamieson AUS 200615:08.69 Kerryn McCann AUS 200015:09.32 Nyla Carroll NZL 199615:10.78 Kate Anderson/Richardson AUS 199715:13.22 Anne Audain NZL 198215:13.44 mx Kylie Risk AUS 199915:14.26 Clair Fearnley AUS 2000

3000 Metres Steeplechase

AFRICA9:07.41 Eunice Jepkorir KEN 20089:08.57 Milcah Chemos KEN 20099:12.52 Habiba Ghribi-Boudraa TUN 20099:13.16 Ruth Bisibori KEN 20099:13.22 Gladys Kipkemboi KEN 20109:15.04 Dorcus Inzikuru UGA 20059:17.85 Zemzem Ahmed ETH 20089:18.03 Lydia Rotich KEN 20109:19.91 Sofia Assefa ETH 20099:20.23 Mekdes Bekele ETH 2008

ASIA9:26.25 Liu Nian CHN 20079:29.63 Zhu Yanmei CHN 20089:32.35 Li Zhenzhu CHN 20079:33.93 Minori Hayakari JPN 20089:41.60 Jin Yuan CHN 20089:50.88 Chen Xiaofang CHN 20039:52.99 Fang Xiaoyu CHN 20089:53.87 Yoshika Tatsumi JPN 20099:54.01 Ju Yinglan CHN 20039:54.93 Kazuka Wakatsuki JPN 2008

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EUROPE8:58.81 Gulnara Galkina RUS 20089:06.57 Yekaterina Volkova RUS 20079:07.32 Marta Domínguez ESP 20099:08.39 Yuliya Zarudneva RUS 20099:09.19 Tatyana Petrova RUS 20079:16.51 Alesya Turova BLR 20029:16.85 Cristina Casandra ROU 20089:17.15 Wioletta Frankiewicz POL 20069:18.54 Anje Möldner GER 20099:18.54 Jéssica Augusto POR 2010

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN9:27.21 Mardrea Hyman JAM 20059:28.86 Korine Hinds JAM 20079:55.43 Talis Apud Martínez MEX 20079:58.7 Yoslon Ocampo CUB 20099:59.0 Milena Pérez CUB 200910:13.17 Yamilka González CUB 200210:13.20 Andrea Ferris PAN 201010:15.43 Beverly Ramos PUR 201010:26.1 Angelica Sánchez MEX 200610:45.09 Sandra López MEX 2010

NORTH AMERICA9:12.50 Jennifer Barringer USA 20099:22.76 Anna Willard/Pierce USA 20089:28.75 Lisa Galaviz USA 20079:29.32 Brianna Shook USA 20049:30.75 Lindsey Anderson USA 20089:32.35 Bridget Franek USA 20109:39.35 Ann Gaffigan USA 20049:39.38 Nicole Bush USA 20099:39.68 Carrie Messner/Vickers USA 20059:39.78 Elisabeth Jackson USA 2005

SOUTH AMERICA9:41.22 Sabine Heitling BRA 20099:42.10 Zenaide Vieira BRA 20089:54.00 Michele da Costa BRA 20069:53.44 Angela Figueroa COL 200910:00.36 Rosa Godoy ARG 200810:08.45 Patricia Lobo BRA 200610:11.98 Mónica Amboya ECU 200410:22.81 Bertha Sánchez COL 200610:24.09 Yolanda Caballero COL 200410:25.42 Rocío Huilica PER 2010

OCEANIA9:18.35 Donna MacFarlane AUS 20089:24.29 Melissa Rollison AUS 20069:30.84 Victoria Mitchell AUS 20069:32.54 Kate McIlroy NZL 20069:56.54 Madeline Heiner AUS 20069:57.74 Rebecca Forlong NZL 20069:59.16 Fiona Crombie NZL 200610:03.82 Leonora Petrina NZL 200910:08.54 Marnie Ponton AUS 200710:08.58 Alice Mason NZL 2009100 Metres Hurdles

AFRICA12.44 Glory Alozie NGR 199812.72 Angela Atede NGR 1998

12.63 probably hand timed 199712.78 Josephine Onyia (now ESP) NGR 200612.84 Rosa Rakotozafy MAD 199912.85 Toyin Ausgustus NGR 200912.87A Taiwo Aladefa NGR 1995

12.88 Seun Adigun NGR 200912.90 Nicole Ramalalanirina (now FRA) MAD 199612.94 rolling Corien Botha (13.00 ʼ97) RSA 199812.94 Mame Tacko Diouf SEN 2000

ASIA12.44 Olga Shishigina KAZ 199512.61 Svetlana Gusarova KAZ# 198512.64 Zhang Yu CHN 199312.73 Liu Huajin CHN 199012.74 Zeng Yan CHN 199712.75 Xie Liuying CHN 199312.76 Liu Jing CHN 199712.81 Anastasiya Pilipenko KAZ 200812.82 Deng Xiaochen CHN 199812.82 Nataliya Ivoninskaya KAZ 2008

EUROPE12.21 Yordanka Donkova BUL 198812.25 Ginka Zagorcheva BUL 198712.26 Lyudmila Narozhilenko RUS 1992

(later Ludmila Engquist SWE)12.36 Grazyna Rabsztyn POL 198012.39 Vera Komisova RUS 198012.39 Natalya Grigoryeva UKR 199112.42 Bettine Jahn GDR 198312.43 Lucyna Kalek (Langer) POL 198412.44 Gloria Uibel/Siebert GDR 198712.45 Cornelia Oschkenat GDR 198712.45 Olena Krasovska UKR 2004Questionable timing12.36 Svetla Dimitrova BUL 1997

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN12.45 Bridgette Foster-Hylton JAM 200312.50 Delloreen Ennis-London JAM 200712.52 Michelle Freeman JAM 199712.61A Anay Tejeda (12.72 ʼ06) CUB 200812.64 Dionne Rose-Henley JAM 199612.64 Vonette Dixon JAM 200712.66 Gillian Russell JAM 199812.67 Aliuska López CUB 199612.68 Lacena Golding-Clarke JAM 200512.74 Nadine Faustin-Parker HAI 2004

NORTH AMERICA12.33 Gail Devers USA 200012.37 Joanna Hayes USA 200412.42 Anjanette Kirkland USA 200112.43 Michelle Perry USA 200512.43 Lolo Jones USA 200812.44 Damu Cherry USA 200612.45 Virginia Powell USA 200712.46 Perdita Felicien CAN 200412.48 Dawn Harper USA 200912.49 Priscilla Lopes-Schliep CAN 2009

SOUTH AMERICA12.71 Maurren Maggi BRA 200112.86 Maíla Paula Machado BRA 200413.04 Brigith Merlano COL 200913.14 Fabiane Morães BRA 200913.15A Lina Florez COL 200913.16 Nancy Valecilla ECU 198713.19A Gilvaneide Parrela (13.23 ʼ00) BRA 200313.19 Eliecet Palacios COL 201013.22 Gilveneide Oliveira BRA 200713.28 Verónica Depaoli ARG 1999

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OCEANIA12.50 Sally McLellan AUS 200912.93 Pam Ryan AUS 197212.98 Jane Flemming AUS 199313.02 Glynis Nunn/Cearns AUS 198413.08 Fiona Cullen AUS 200713.09 Jacqui Munro AUS 200213.10 Penny Gillies AUS 198013.10 Andrea Miller NZL 200913.20 Debbi Edwards AUS 200013.25 Hayley Butler AUS 2010

400 Metres Hurdles

AFRICA52.90 Nezha Bidouane MAR 199953.65A† mx Myrtle Bothma (53.74A†) RSA 198654.05A Surita Febbraio (54.48 ʼ01) RSA 200354.61 Nawal El Moutawakil MAR 198454.68 Joke Odumosu NGR 201054.93 Muna Jabir Ahmed SUD 200755.06 Mame Tacko Diouf SEN 199855.16 Maria Usifo NGR 198655.44 Omolade Akinremi NGR 199555.49A† Charmaine Fick RSA 198355.49 Aïssata Soulama BUR 2007

ASIA53.96 Han Qing CHN 199353.96 Song Yinglan CHN 200154.00 Huang Xiaoxiao CHN 200754.40 Wang Xing CHN 200554.50 Natalya Torshina/Alimzhanova KAZ 200054.52 Leng Xueyan CHN 199354.78 Tatyana Azarova KAZ 200754.93 Li Rui CHN 199755.02 Peng Qun CHN 199755.12 Chen Juying CHN 1990

EUROPE52.34 Yuliya Pechonkina RUS 200352.74 Sally Gunnell GBR 199352.77 Faní Halkía GRE 200452.92 Natalya Antyukh RUS 201052.94 Marina Stepanova RUS 198653.02 Irina Privalova RUS 200053.11 Tatyana Ledovskaya BLR 199153.21 Marie-José Pérec FRA 199553.24 Sabine Busch GDR 198753.25 Ionela Tirlea ROU 1999

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN52.42 Melaine Walker JAM 200952.82 Deon Hemmings JAM 199652.89 Daimí Pernía CUB 199953.20 Josanne Lucas TRI 200953.36 Andrea Blackett BAR 199953.48 Kaliese Spencer JAM 201053.88 Debbie Ann Parris JAM 200153.97 Nickeisha Wilson JAM 200754.38 Sandra Farmer (now USA) JAM 198754.47 Shevon Stoddart JAM 2005

NORTH AMERICA52.61 Kim Batten USA 199552.62 Tonja Buford-Bailey USA 199552.63 Lashinda Demus USA 200952.79 Sandra Farmer-Patrick USA 1993

52.95 Sheena Johnson/Tosta USA 200453.25 Tiffany Ross-Williams USA 200753.32 Sandra Glover USA 200553.36 Brenda Taylor USA 200453.47 Janeene Vickers USA 199154.15 Michelle Johnson USA 1999

SOUTH AMERICA55.84 Lucimar Teodoro BRA 200955.90 Luciana França BRA 200956.05 Ximena Restrepo COL 199456.08 Perla dos Santos BRA 200356.16 Cora Olivero ARG 200356.35 Amanda Fontes Dias BRA 200656.99A Isabel Silva (57.01 ʼ04) BRA 200257.09 Yusmelis García VEN 200357.12A Liliana Chalá ECU 198857.19 Ana Paula Pereira BRA 200057.19 Princesa Oliveros COL 2001

OCEANIA53.17 Debbie Flintoff-King AUS 198853.22 Jana Pittman/Rawlinson AUS 200355.25 Lauren Boden AUS 201055.37 Lauren Poetschka AUS 200055.50 Sonia Brito AUS 200255.55 Sally Fleming AUS 198855.92 Gail Luke AUS 199256.03 Stephanie Price AUS 200056.25 Rebecca Wardell NZL 200356.27 Tamsyn Lewis AUS 2009

High Jump

AFRICA2.06 Hestrie Cloete RSA 20032.01† Desiré du Plessis RSA 19862.00† Charmaine Gale/Weavers RSA 19851.95 Lucienne NʼDa CIV 19921.95 Doreen Amata NGR 20081.94 Irène Tiéndrebégo BUR 19991.93A Anika Smit RSA 20071.90 Paula Mare RSA 19981.90A Nicolize Steyn RSA 20001.90A Marizca Gertenbach RSA 2001

ASIA1.99 Marina Aitova KAZ 20091.98 Lyudmila Butuzova KAZ# 19841.98i Svetlana Zalevskaya (1.97 ʼ00) KAZ 19961.97 Olga Belkova UZB# 19841.97 Jin Ling CHN 19891.97 Tatyana Efimenko KGZ 20031.96 Yang Wenqin CHN 19851.96 Galina Brigadnaya UZB# 19851.96 Miki Imai JPN 20011.96i Nadezhda Dusanova (1.95 ʼ09) UZB 20091.95 Megumi Sato JPN 19871.95 Natalya Golodnova KAZ# 19871.95 Yoko Ota/Hunnicutt JPN 20021.95i Yekaterina Yevseyeva KAZ 2008

EUROPE2.09 Stefka Kostadinova BUL 19872.08i Kajsa Bergqvist (2.06 ʼ03) SWE 20062.08 Blanka Vlasic CRO 20092.07 Lyudmila Andonova BUL 19842.07i Heike Henkel (2.05 ʼ91) GER 1992

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2.06 Yelena Slesarenko RUS 20042.06 Ariane Friedrich GER 20092.05 Tamara Bykova RUS 19842.05 Inga Babakova UKR 19952.05i Tia Hellebaut (2.05 ʼ08) BEL 2007

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN2.04 Silvia Costa CUB 19892.01i Ioamnet Quintero (2.00) CUB 19931.98 Lavern Spencer LCA 20101.97 Juana Arrendel DOM 20021.97 Romary Rifka MEX 20041.95 Marisa Cadienhead (now CAN) JAM 20021.94 Cristina Fink-Sisniega MEX 19921.93i Natasha Alleyne (1.89 1997) TRI 19951.93 Lesyanis Mayor CUB 20101.93 Sheree Francis JAM 2010

NORTH AMERICA2.05 Chaunté Howard/Lowe USA 20102.03 Louise Ritter USA 19882.01i Tisha Waller (2.00 1999) USA 19982.01 Amy Acuff USA 20032.00i Coleen Sommer (1.98 1982) USA 19822.00 Jan Wohlschlag USA 19892.00 Yolanda Henry USA 19901.99i Debbie Brill (1.98 1984) CAN 19821.98i Angie Bradburn USA 19941.98i Destinee Hooker USA 2009

SOUTH AMERICA1.96 Solange Witteveen ARG 19971.93A Caterine Ibargüen COL 20051.92 Orlane dos Santos BRA 19891.90 Liliana Arigoni ARG 19841.90 Najuma Fletcher GUY 19951.90 Marierlys Rojas VEN 20081.89 Ana María Marcon BRA 19841.88 Maria Domingos BRA 19771.88 Luciane Dambacher BRA 19991.87 Alejandra García ARG 19961.87 Thaís de Andrade BRA 20011.87 Eliana da Silva BRA 2005

OCEANIA1.98 Vanessa Ward/Browne AUS 19891.98 Alison Inverarity AUS 19941.96 Chris Stanton AUS 19851.95 Gai Kapernick AUS 19911.94 Petrina Price AUS 20091.93 Katrina Gibbs/Morrow AUS 19781.92 Tania Murray/Dixon NZL 19911.91 Deann Bopf/Mayfield AUS 19901.91 Andrea Hughes AUS 19941.91 Ellen Pettitt AUS 2006

Pole Vault

AFRICA4.42 Elmarie Gerryts RSA 20004.30 Leila Ben Youssef TUN 20084.21 Sirine Balti TUN 20064.15A Samantha Dodd RSA 20064,10A Deone Joubert RSA 20094.05A Annelie van Wyk RSA 20024.05 Lindie Roux RSA 20054.05 Dinar Nisrine MAR 20064.00A Marna Jacobs RSA 20024.00 Marne van der Burgh RSA 2005

ASIA4.64 Gao Shuying CHN 20074.46i Zhang Yingning (4.45 ʼ06) CHN 20074.45i Zhao Yinying (4.40 ʼ04) CHN 20074.45 Li Ling CHn 20084.45 Zhou Yang CAN 20084.40 Yang Jing CHN 20054.40 Roslinda Samsu MAS 20064.40 Li Caixia CHN 20094.40 Wu Sha CHN 20094.36 Ikuko Nishikori JPN 2006

EUROPE5.06 Yelena Isinbaeva RUS 20094.88 Svetlana Feofanova RUS 20044.83 Anna Rogowska POL 20054.82 Monika Pyrek POL 20074.78 Tatyana Polnova RUS 20044.77 Annika Becker GER 20024.75 Katerina Badurová CZE 20074.75 Yuliya Golubchikova RUS 20084.75i Silke Spiegelburg (4.71 ʼ10) GER 20094.72 Carolin Hingst GER 2010

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN4.50 Yarisley Silva CUB 20084.30 Dailis Caballero CUB 20094.25 Katiuska Pérez CUB 20054.21A Milena Agudelo COL 20054.20 Maryoris Sánchez CUB 20064.16 Denisse Orengo PUR 20044.12A Alejandra Meza MEX 20054.11 Consuelo Canino PUR 20044.05 Alexandra González PUR 20064.00 Michelle Vélez PUR 20044.00A Diana Leyton COL 2009

NORTH AMERICA4.92 Jennifer Stuczynski/Suhr USA 20084.83 Stacy Dragila USA 20044.73 Chelsea Johnson USA 20084.72i Jillian Schwartz (now ISR) (4.60 ʼ04) USA 20084.67 Kellie Suttle USA 20044.65 Mary Sauer/Vincent USA 20024.64i Lacy Janson (4.60 ʼ10) USA 20084.63 April Steiner-Bennett USA 20084.60i Melissa Mueller (4.60 ʼ03) USA 20024.60A Andrea DuToit USA 20044.60 Tracy OʼHara USA 20054.60 Erin Asay USA 20084.60 Becky Holliday USA 2010

SOUTH AMERICA4.85 Fabiana Murer BRA 20104.43 Alejandra García ARG 20044.40 Joana Ribeiro Costa BRA 20074.30 Carolina Torres/Maurer CHI 20034.30 Keisa Monterola VEN 20054.30 Joana da Costa BRA 20064.30 Karla Rosa da Silva BRA 20074.25 Patrícia dos Santos BRA 20104.23A Déborah Gyurcsek URU 20004.23 Michaela Ruth Heitkoter BRA 2007

OCEANIA4.72i Kym Howe (4.65) AUS 20074.60 Emma George AUS 19994.58 Tatiana Grigorieva AUS 20064.56 Alana Boyd AUS 2008

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4.40 Melina Hamilton NZL 20034.40 Wendy Young AUS 20044.40 Vicky Parnov AUS 20074.40 Amanda Bisk OCE 20104.40 Elizabeth Parnov USA 20104.35 Jenni Dryburgh NZL 2001

Long Jump

AFRICA7.12 Chioma Ajunwa NGR 19966.93 Karin Mey (now TUR) RSA 20076.91 Blessing Okagbare NGR 20086.86i Eunice Barber (6.75) (now FRA) SLE 19986.85A† Karen Kruger/Botha RSA 19906.80A† Maryna van Niekerk RSA 19866.79 Janice Josephs RSA 20076.73 Patience Itanyi NGR 19956.73A Sanet Fouché RSA 19966.73 Ola Sesay SLE 2009

ASIA7.06 Tatyana Kolpakova KGZ# 19807.01 Yao Weili CHN 19936.97 Ma Miaolan CHN 19936.95 Guan Yingnan CHN 20006.92 Vera Olenchenko UZB# 19856.92 Liu Shuzhen CHN 19906.91 Guan Yingnan CHN 19986.89 Yelena Pershina (6.83 ʼ96) KAZ# 19886.89 Wang Chunfang CHN 19916.88 Xiong Qiying CHN 19886.86 Kumiko Ikeda JPN 20066.85 Olga Rypakova KAZ 2007Note 7.31 Yelena Kokonova (UKR) then KAZ# 1985

EUROPE7.52 Galina Chistyakova RUS 19887.48 Heike Drechsler GDR 19887.43 Anisoara Cusmir ROU 19837.42 Tatyana Kotova RUS 20027.39 Yelena Belevskaya BLR 19877.37 Inessa Kravets UKR 19927.33 Tatyana Lebedeva RUS 20047.31 Yelena Kokonova UKR 19857.27 Irina Simagina/Meleshina RUS 20047.24 Larisa Berezhnaya UKR 1991

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN7.16A Elva Goulbourne JAM 20046.99 Lissette Cuza CUB 20006.96A Madeline de Jesus PUR 19886.93 Niurka Montalvo (now ESP) CUB 19986.91 Yargelis Savigne CUB 20106.87 Lacena Golding JAM 19986.82i Daphnie Saunders (6.77 ʼ93) BAH 19946.82 Rhonda Watkins TRI 20076.81 w? Adelina Polledo CUB 19886.80 Shonel Ferguson BAH 19826.80 Miladys Portuondo CUB 19966.80 Jackie Edwards BAH 1996

NORTH AMERICA7.49 Jackie Joyner-Kersee USA 19947.31 Marion Jones USA 19987.10 Brittney Reese USA 20097.04 Carole Lewis USA 19857.03i Dawn Burrell (6.98 ʼ00) USA 2001

7.01 Shana Williams USA 19967.00 Jodi Anderson USA 19806.96 Funmi Jimoh USA 20096.94 Sheila Echols USA 19876.90 Sharon Couch USA 19956.90 Chaunté Howard/Lowe USA 2010

SOUTH AMERICA7.26A Maurren Maggi (7.06 ʼ03) BRA 19996.88 Keila Costa BRA 20076.82 Jennifer Inniss (now USA) GUY 19826.81A Luciana dos Santos (6.72 ʼ00) BRA 19996.66A Eliane Martins (6.61 ʼ09) BRA 20076.63 Maria de Souza BRA 19986.61 Andrea Ávila ARG 19936.57 Esmeralda Garcia BRA 19856.54A Caterine Ibargüen COL 20086.53 Silvina Pereira BRA 19756.53 Laurice Félix BRA 20076.53 Vanessa Sales BRA 20086.53A Yossiri Urrutia COL 2010

OCEANIA7.00 Bronwyn Thompson AUS 20026.87 Nicole Boegman AUS 19886.86 Robyn Lorraway AUS 19866.78 Jane Flemming AUS 19906.70 Lyn Jacenko AUS 19786.68 Chantal Brunner NZL 19976.66 Glynis Nunn/Cearns AUS 19846.66 Kerrie Taurima/Perkins AUS 20066.64 Jacinta Boyd AUS 20066.62 Linda Garden AUS 1981

Triple Jump

AFRICA15.39 Françoise Mbango CMR 200815.28 Yamilé Aldama (ex CUB) SUD 200415.00 Kéne Ndoye SEN 200414.98 Baha Rahouli ALG 200514.21 Chinoye Ohadugba NGR 200714.13 Blessing Okagbare NGR 200713.98 Brenda Faluade NGR 200813.95 Domike Nkiruka NGR 200913.95 Sarah Nambawa UGA 201013.92 Camélia Sahnoune ALG 2008

ASIA15.11 Olga Rypakova KAZ 200814.90 Xie Limei CHN 200714.72 Huang Qiyuan CHN 200114.66 Ren Ruiping CHN 199714.55 Li Huirong CHN 199214.55 Anastasiya Zhuravlyeva UZB 200514.46 Peng Fengmei CHN 199814.39 Wu Lingmei CHN 199814.35 Irina Litvinenko KAZ 200814.33 Yelena Parfyonova KAZ 2008

EUROPE15.50 Inessa Kravets UKR 199515.36i Tatyana Labedeva (15.34) RUS 200415.32 Hrisopiyi Devetzí GRE 200415.20 Sarka Kaspárková CZE 199715.20 Tereza Marinova BUL 200015.18 Iva Prandzheva BUL 199515.16 Rodica Mateescu ROU 1997

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15.16i Ashia Hansen (15.15 ʼ97) GBR 1998 15.14 Nedezhda Alekhina RUS 200915.09 Anna Biryukova RUS 199315.09 Inna Lasovskaya RUS 1997

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN15.30 Yamilé Aldama (now SUD) CUB 200315.28 Yargelis Savigne CUB 200715.16 Trecia Smith JAM 200414.66 Mabel Gay CUB 200714.61 Yusmay Bicet CUB 200414.60 Niurka Montalvo (now ESP) CUB 199414.43 Laiza Carrillo CUB 199514.43 Olga Cepero CUB 199814.40 Magdelín Martínez (now ITA) CUB 200014.40 Yarianna Martínez CUB 2009

NORTH AMERICA14.45 Tiombé Hurd USA 200414.41 Sheila Hudson USA 199614.38 Shani Marks USA 200814.33 Erica McLain USA 201014.25 Cynthea Rhodes USA 199714.23 Yuliana Pérez CUB 200314.17 Shakeema Welsch USA 200814.13A Vanitta Kinard USA 200414.07A Diana Orrange USA 199514.07 Candice Baucham USA 2005

SOUTH AMERICA14.57 Keila Costa BRA 200714.53 Maurren Maggi BRA 200314.29 Caterine Ibargüen COL 201014.28 Gisele de Oliveira BRA 200814.26 Johana Triviño COL 200914.11 Tânia da Silva BRA 200714.01 Luciana dos Santos BRA 200013.97A Véronica Davis VEN 200913.94 Maria Barbosa Souza BRA 199713.91A Andrea Ávila ARG 1993

OCEANIA14.04 Nicole Mladenis AUS 200213.55 Linda Allen AUS 200913.54 Mari Viduka AUS 199813.48 Tania Dixon NZL 199713.37 Jeanette Bowles AUS 200513.36 Carmen Miller AUS 199913.33 Meggan OʼReilly AUS 201013.28 Nicole Boegman AUS 199513.26 Shelley Avery NZL 200013.23 Lisa Morrison AUS 2010

Shot Put

AFRICA18.43 Vivian Chukwuemeka NGR 200317.88 Drienkie van Wyk RSA 200217.76 Veronica Abrahamse RSA 200217.36 Kasey Onuchekwa NGR 200717.32† Mariette van Heerden (now ZIM) RSA 198017.30 Maranelle du Toit RSA 200217.14 Marli Knoetze BRA 200517.13 Simoné du Toit RSA 200316.86 Grace Apiafi NGR 199016.72 Amel Ben Khaled TUN 2002

ASIA21.76 Li Meisu CHN 198821.66 Sui Xinmei CHN 199021.52 Huang Zhihong CHN 199020.54 Zhang Liuhong CHN 199420.47 Cong Yuzhen CHN 198820.40 Zhou Tianhua CHN 199120.35 Gong Lijiao CHN 200920.08i Li Xiaoyun CHN 199320.06 Zhen Wenhua CHN 199120.02 Cheng Xiaoyan CHN 1994

EUROPE22.63 Natalya Lisovskaya RUS 198722.50i Helena Fibingerová (22.32) TCH 197722.45 Ilona Slupianek GDR 198022.19 Claudia Losch FRG 198721.89 Ivanka Khristova BUL 197621.86 Marianne Adam GDR 197921.73 Natalya Akhrimenko RUS 198821.69 Viktoriya Pavlysh UKR 199821.61 Verzhinia Veselinova BUL 198221.60i Valentina Fedyushina UKR 1991

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN20.96 Belsy Laza CUB 199220.61 María Elena Sarría CUB 198219.97 Yumileidi Cumbá CUB 200419.73 Lisette Martínez CUB 199319.50 Misleydis González CUB 200819.48i Cleopatra Borel-Brown (18.91 ʼ07) TRI 200419.28 Herminia Fernández CUB 199619.02 Mailín Vargas CUB 200918.81 Yaniuvis López CUB 200918.51 Rosa Fernández CUB 1983

NORTH AMERICA20.18 Ramona Pagel USA 198819.60 Connie Price-Smith USA 199419.49 Bonnie Dasse USA 198819.44i Tressa Thompson ¶ (18.88) USA 199919.26i Jill Camarena/Williams (19.13 ʼ10) USA 200619.21 Teri Steer/Tunks USA 200119.17i Jessica Cross USA 200019.15i Laura Gerraughty (18.82 ʼ03) USA 200419.13 Michelle Carter USA 200919.09 Maren Seidler USA 1979

SOUTH AMERICA19.30 Elisângela Adriano BRA 200118.65 Natalia Ducó CHI 200817.23 Alexandra Amaro BRA 199417.11 Geisa Arcanjo BRA 201016.90 Andréa Maria Pereira BRA 200716.86 Angela Rivas COL 201016.70 Luz Dary Castro COL 200616.64 Keely Medeiros BRA 201016.61 Andrea María Britto BRA 201016.59 Rocio Combá ARG 2006

OCEANIA21.07 Valerie Vili NZL 200919.74 Gael Martin AUS 198418.04 Astra Etienne/Vitols AUS 198818.03 Ana Poʼuhila TGA 200817.64 Bev Francis AUS 198017.26 Valerie Young NZL 196416.96 Beatrice Faumuina NZL 199816.91 Sue Reinwald AUS 1983

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16.69 Glenda Hughes NZL 198316.67 Lisa Misapeka ASA 1995

Discus Throw

AFRICA64.87 Elizna Naudé RSA 200761.74 Monia Kari TUN 199658.80† Nanette van der Walt RSA 198658.14† Mariette van Heerden (now ZIM) RSA 198057.40† Sandra Willms RSA 198857.35 Simoné du Toit RSA 200956.94 Zoubida Laayouni MAR 199456.92 Vivian Chukwuemeka NGR 200356.76 Ronelle Boshoff RSA 197556.42 Rina Nel RSA 1975

ASIA71.68 Xiao Yanling CHN 199268.62 Yu Hourun CHN 198868.62 Hou Xuemei CHN 198868.18 Tatyana Lesovaya KAZ# 198267.50 Li Qiumei CHN 199466.76 Min Chunfeng CHN 199166.60 Qiu Qiaoping CHN 199466.40 Li Yanfeng CHN 200966.08 Cao Qi CHN 199366.00 Cheng Xianhong CHN 199765.44 Song Aimin CHN 2009

EUROPE76.80 Gabriele Reinsch GDR 198874.56 Zdenka Silhavá TCH 198474.56 Ilke Wyludda GDR 198974.08 Diana Gansky GDR 198773.84 Daniela Costian (now AUS) ROU 198873.36 Irina Meszynski GDR 198473.28 Galina Savinkova RUS 198473.22 Tsvetanka Khristova BUL 198773.10 Gisela Beyer GDR 198472.92 Martina Hellmann GDR 1987

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN70.88 Hilda Elisa Ramos CUB 199270.68 Maritza Martén CUB 199269.08 Carmen Romero CUB 197668.18 Bárbara Hechevarría CUB 198966.54 María C.Betancourt CUB 198166.13 Yarelis Barrios CUB 200866.00 Yania Ferrales CUB 200664.10 Yarisley Collado CUB 200963.00 Idalmis Leyva CUB 199062.56 Olga Lidia Gómez CUB 1992

NORTH AMERICA67.67 Suzy Powell USA 200767.37 Becky Breisch USA 200766.21 Stephanie Brown Trafton USA 200966.10 Carol Cady USA 198665.90 Seilala Sua USA 200065.86 Aretha Hill/Thurmond USA 200465.34 Kristin Kuehl USA 200065.20 Leslie Deniz USA 198464.82 Connie Price-Smith USA 198764.08 Edie Boyer USA 1996

OCEANIA68.72 Daniela Costian (ex ROU) AUS 1994

68.52 Beatrice Faumuina NZL 199765.86 Lisa-Marie Vizaniari AUS 199765.84 Dani Samuels AUS 201063.73 Alison Lever AUS 200063.00 Gael Mulhall/Martin AUS 197959.91 Monique Nacsa AUS 200359.11 Debbie Pickersgill AUS 200358.12 Valerie Adams/Vili NZL 200457.61 Tereapii Tapoki COK 2006

SOUTH AMERICA61.96 Elisângela Adriano BRA 199859.86 Rocío Combá ARG 200858.50 María Isabel Urrutia COL 199258.24 Liliana Martinelli ARG 199658.06 Andressa de Morais BRA 201057.48 Karen Gallardo COL 200957.46 Amelia Moreira BRA 199556.36 Fernanda Boeges BRA 201056.15A Luz Dary Castro COL 200155.57 María Cubillán VEN 2009

Hammer Throw

AFRICA68.48 Marwa Ahmed Hussein EGY 200567.42 Georgina Toth CMR 200864.11 Amy Sene SEN 201063.20 Hayat El Ghazi MAR 200562.75 Florence Ezeh (ex FRA) TOG 200862.06 Caroline Fournier MRI 199661.75 Susan Adeoye Olufunke NGR 200661.38 Vivian Chukwuemeka NGR 200661.01 Rana taha Ibrahi EGY 200960.90 Mouna Dani MAR 2008

ASIA74.86 Zhang Wenxiu CHN 200772.51 Liu Yinghui CHN 200572.36 Gu Yuan CHN 200471.19 Wang Zheng CHN 201070.67 Zhao Wei CHN 200368.77 Hao Shuai CHN 200768.09 Yang Meiping CHN 200567.77 Yuka Murofushi JPN 200467.26 Masumi Aya JPN 200666.26 Zhang Li CHN 2010

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN76.62 Yipsi Moreno CUB 200873.90 Arasay Thondike CUB 200973.16 Yunaika Crawford CUB 200471.45 Candice Scott TRI 200569.72 Aldenay Vasallo CUB 200368.61 Ariannis Vichy CUB 201067.93 Yirisleydi Ford CUB 200966.86 Yuliet Hernández CUB 201066.57 Amaralis Alméstica PUR 200666.52 Sharon Ayala MEX 2009

EUROPE78.30 Anita Wlodarczyk POL 201077.80 Tatyana Lysenko RUS 200677.32 Oksana Menkova BLR 200877.26 Gulfiya Khanafeyeva RUS 200677.12 Betty Heidler GER 200976.90 Martina Hrasnová SVK 200976.83 Kamila Skolimowska POL 2007

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76.66 Olga Tsander BLR 200576.63 Yekaterina Khoroshikh RUS 200676.33 Darya Pchelnik BLR 2008

NORTH AMERICA73.87 Erin Gilreath USA 200572.51 Brittany Riley USA 200772.24 Sultana Frizell CAN 201072.21 Jessica Cosby USA 200972.01 Anna Norgren-Mahon USA 200271.94 Amber Campbell USA 201071.27 Britney Henry USA 201070.64 Loree Smith USA 200970.62 Dawn Ellerbe USA 200170.35 Jennifer Joyce CAN 2009

OCEANIA71.22 Bronwyn Eagles AUS 200370.72 Brooke Krueger/Billett AUS 200669.24 Lisa Misipeka ASA 200367.95 Debbie Sosimenko AUS 200067.44 Karyne DiMarco/Perkins AUS 200465.91 Tasha Williams NZL 200164.80 Gabrielle Neighbour AUS 201063.15 Byrony Glass AUS 199962.49 Brenda McNaughton AUS 199862.38 Breanne Clement AUS 2010

SOUTH AMERICA73.74 Jennifer Dahlgren ARG 200969.80 Eli Johana Moreno COL 200969.46 Rosa Rodríguez VEN 200964.75 Erika Melián ARG 200464.58 Katiusca de Jesús BRA 200664.55 Odette Palma CHI 200964.20 Johana Ramírez COL 200863.86 Josiane Soares BRA 200663.51 Karina Moya ARG 200462.05 Adriana Benaventa VEN 2007

Javelin Throw

AFRICA66.38 Sunette Viljoen RSA 201063.49A Justine Robbeson RSA 200860.87 Aïda Sallem TUN 200457.86 Lindy Leveaux SEY 200557.55A Tazmin Brits RSA 200857.29 Ynthie Coetzee RSA 200557.05 Hanaʼa Hassan Omar EGY 200956.61A Gerlize de Klerk RSA 200956.36 Margaret Simpson GHA 200555.83 Tanja Tesner RSA 2000

ASIA63.92 Wei Jianhua CHN 200063.69 Li Lei CHN 200062.93 Xue Juan CHN 200362.38 Ma Ning CHN 200362.09 Zhang Li CHN 200861.99 Wang Yaning CHN 199961.61 Chang Chunfeng CHN 200761.49 Liang Lili CHN 200261.40 Buoban Phamang THA 200761.15 Takako Miyake JPN 2001

EUROPE72.28 Barbora Spotáková CZE 2008

70.78 Mariya Abakumova RUS 200870.20 Christina Obergföll GER 200769.48 Trine Hattestad NOR 200068.34 Steffi Nerius GER 200867.51 Mirela Manjani GRE 200067.20 Tatyana Shikolenko BLR 200067.16 Martina Ratej SLO 201066.91 Tanja Damaske GER 199966.81 Linda Stahl GER 2010

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN71.70 Osleidys Menéndez CUB 200567.67 Sonia Bisset CUB 200565.29 Xiomara Rivero CUB 200163.73 Laverne Eve BAH 200063.32 Nora Aida Bicet CUB 200463.18 Yainelis Ribeaux CUB 200962.90 Yanet Cruz CUB 200961.66 Isel López CUB 199961.57 María de la C Álvarez CUB 200061.24 Yanuris La Montaña CUB 2000

NORTH AMERICA66.67 Kara Patterson USA 201064.19 Kim Kreiner USA 200760.11 Rachel Yurkovich USA 201060.06 Serene Ross USA 200259.92 Dana Pounds USA 200858.61 Lynda Blutreich USA 200057.58 Ruby Radocaj USA 200857.38 Ann Crouse USA 199956.98 Emily Carlsten USA 200056.94 Sarah Malone USA 2005

SOUTH AMERICA62.62A Sabina Moya COL 200261.98A Sueli dos Santos BRA 200059.94A Zuleima Araméndiz COL 200459.58 Alessandra Resende BRA 200757.16 María Lucelly Murillo COL 201056.75 Jucilene de Lima BRA 200956.18 Romina Maggi ARG 200455.60 Rafaela Goncalves BRA 201055.38 Leryn Franco PAR 200754.93 Silvia de Oliveira BRA 2002

OCEANIA66.80 Louise Currey AUS 200064.62 Joanna Stone/Nixon AUS 200063.49 Kimberley Mickle AUS 200959.68 Kathryn Mitchell AUS 201058.95 Cecilia McIntosh AUS 200258.59 Rosemary Hooper AUS 200657.37 Laura Cornford AUS 200756.01 Annabel Thomson AUS 200455.60 Laura Cornford AUS 201054.78 Serafina Akeli SAM 2004

4 x 100 Metres Relay

AFRICA42.39 Nigeria ........................................................199243.19 Ghana ........................................................200043.25A South Africa (44.10† ʼ87) ............................200043.61 Madagascar ................................................200043.89 Côte dʼIvoire................................................200144.58 Cameroon ..................................................199644.59 Sénegal ......................................................1998

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45.24A Kenya..........................................................198745.74A Zimbabwe ..................................................199645.84A Uganda ......................................................198746.01A Mauritius ....................................................1990

ASIA42.23 China ..........................................................199743.35 Kazakhstan (43.98 ʼ98) ..................# ........198643.38 Thailand ......................................................200843.58 Japan ..........................................................200943.82 Uzbekistan (44.38 ʼ98) ....................# ........198343.89 Sri Lanka ....................................................200144.43 India ............................................................199844.59 Chinese Taipei ............................................199344.82 Vietnam ......................................................200945.29 Philippines ..................................................1991

EUROPE41.37 GDR............................................................198541.49 Russia ........................................................199341.78 France ........................................................200342.29 Ukraine ......................................................201042.31 Bulgaria ......................................................198742.43 Great Britain & NI........................................198042.54 Belgium ......................................................200842.56 Belarus........................................................200542.59 FR of Germany ..........................................197642.68 Poland ........................................................201042.98 Czechoslovakia ..........................................1982

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN41.92 Bahamas ....................................................199941.94 Jamaica ......................................................199342.89 Cuba ..........................................................199343.22 Trinidad & Tobago ......................................200943.46 Puerto Rico ................................................201043.53 St Kitts Nevis ..............................................200944.34 Barbados ....................................................200444.34 British Virgin Islands ..................................201044.75 Dominican Republic ....................................201045.20A Mexico ........................................................1988

NORTH AMERICA41.47 USA ............................................................199742.77 Canada ......................................................1984

SOUTH AMERICA42.97A Brazil (42.99 ʼ05) ........................................200443.03 Colombia ....................................................200544.90A Argentina ....................................................197544.98A Venezuela (45.58 ʼ02) ................................200945.34 Chile............................................................200745.9m Ecuador (46.28A ʼ09) ..................................199846.51 Uruguay ......................................................199246.66 Panama ......................................................196046.7 m Peru ............................................................199146.94A Bolivia ........................................................1978

OCEANIA42.99A Australia (43.18 ʼ76)....................................200044.60 New Zealand ..............................................200144.86 Fiji ..............................................................200345.99 Papua New Guinea ....................................2007

4 x 400 Metres Relay

AFRICA3:21.04 Nigeria ........................................................1996

3:27.08 Cameroon ..................................................20033:28.02 Sénegal ......................................................20003:28.94A Kenya (3:30.16) ..........................................19873:30.12 South Africa ................................................20043:34.41A Uganda ......................................................19873:34.84 Sudan ........................................................20073:35.02A Madagascar ................................................19973:35.55 Ghana ........................................................19783:37.58 Côte dʼIvoire................................................19893:37.72 Morocco ......................................................2009

ASIA3:24.28 China ..........................................................19933:26.89 India ............................................................20043:30.17 Japan ..........................................................20073:30.92 Kazakhstan ................................................20043:33.07 Uzbekistan ..................................................20003:35.01 Thailand ......................................................19953:35.42A Sri Lanka (3:39.48 ʼ98) ..............................19993:35.68 Myanmar ....................................................20053:35.83 Malaysia......................................................19933:38.06 Vietnam ......................................................2003

EUROPE3:15.17 USSR..........................................................19883:15.92 GDR............................................................19853:18.38 Russia ........................................................19933:20.04 Great Britain & NI........................................20073:20.32 Czech Republicc ........................................19833:21.85 Belarus........................................................20083:21.94 Ukraine ......................................................19863:22.34 France ........................................................19943:22.49 FR of Germany ..........................................19883:24.49 Poland ........................................................20053:25.68 Romania ....................................................1999

CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN3:19.73 Jamaica ......................................................20073:23.21 Cuba ..........................................................20083:27.14 Mexico ........................................................20083:29.53 Bahamas ....................................................20093:30.72 Barbados ....................................................19993:30.81 Puerto Rico ................................................20013:32.57 Trinidad & Tobago ......................................19873:32.99 Grenada......................................................20033:35.12 St Kitts Nevis ..............................................19963:36.40 Dominican Republic ....................................2010

NORTH AMERICA3:15.51 USA ............................................................19883:21.21 Canada ......................................................1984

SOUTH AMERICA3:26.82 Brazil ..........................................................20053:31.39 Colombia ....................................................19913:34.30 Venezuela ..................................................20033:40.19 Uruguay ......................................................19913:40.22 Argentina ....................................................20043:40.43 Chile............................................................19913:41.42A Ecuador (3:41.69 ʼ04) ................................20093:42.11A Bolivia ........................................................20093:50.8 Panama ......................................................19983:52.78 Peru ............................................................1999

OCEANIA3:23.81 Australia ......................................................20003:36.72 New Zealand ..............................................19873:40.55 Papua New Guinea ....................................20073:41.03 Fiji ..............................................................2007

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This section lists – in team order – every competitor in the IAAF World Cup in Athletics (1522 men, 1211 women). The athlete’s team, country,name, birthdate, height and weight are given along with their performances. Two cross-referenced entries are given for those athletes who havecompeted for more than one team in the World Cup (e.g. Europe and Great Britain). Three sets of point scores are given. In the rightmostcolumn are the total number of points scored by the team (A). Next to the name are the total numbers of points per athlete (B), while theleftmost column (C) shows the score for each individual performance. Relay scores are divided by four. The scoring systems used at the IAAFWorld Cup have been: 1977 – 9-7-6-5-4-3-2-1; 1979/1985/1992/1994/1998/2002 (women)/2006 – 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1; 1981/1989 – 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1. In 2002 the scoring system for men was 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2. That was because of the Dwain Chambers affair (see page 20), after which theIAAF decided that all the Britain’s men’s points were to be removed. Their individual placings placings remained valid but scored no points,and those finishing behind British athletes gained an extra point, so just eight teams scored. The non-scoring British performances are show initalics in this index. The highest points scorers by team are shown in bold.

MEN1013 AFR ALG 0.75 Brahim Amour 1956 1981 4x400 7 3:05.55 0.75

ALG 7 Othmane Belfaa 18 Oct 1961 1979 HJ 6 2.10 31989 HJ 9 2.20 11992 HJ 6 2.15 3

ALG 1 Mohamed Ben Saad 18 Mar 1950 1981 PV 9 4.50 1ALG 1 Abdallah Boubekeur 25 Mar 1958 1979 HT 8 51.66 1ALG 2 Adem Hacini 3 Dec 1975 2002 4x400 2 3:01.69 2ALG 9 Abderahmane Hammad 27 May 1977 1998 HJ 6 2.10 2

2002 HJ 4 2.15 7ALG 5 Lotfi Khaida 20 Dec 1968 1994 TJ 4 16.75 5ALG 1.75 Malik Louahla 19 Dec 1977 2006 4x400 3 3:00.88 1.75ALG 1 Ahmed Mahour Bacha 16 Jun 1961 1985 JT 8 72.72 1ALG 5 Abderrahmane Morceli 1957 1977 1500 4 3:37.80 5ALG 8 Noureddine Morceli 28 Feb 1970 1994 1500 1 3:34.70 8ALG 0 Lakhdar Rahal 10 Aug 1955 1977 PV NH 0

1979 PV NH 0ALG 8 Djabir Saïd-Guerni 29 Mar 1977 2002 800 2 1:44.03 8ALG 1 Samy Si Mohamed 4 Jun 1966 1989 PV 9 4.60 1ALG 12 Hakim Toumi 30 Jan 1961 1981 HT 8 59.80 2

1985 HT 5 69.84 41989 HT 8 67.62 21992 HT 7 68.14 21994 HT 7 69.38 2

BOT 6 Kabelo Kgosiemang 7 Jan 1986 2006 HJ 4 2.20 6BUR 1.75 Idrissa Sanou 12 Jun 1977 2002 4x100 3 38.63 1.75BUR 4 Olivier Sanou 2 Jul 1975 2002 TJ 7 16.30 4CGO 1.75 Théophile Nkounkou 7 Jan 1952 1977 4x100 6 39.74 0.75

1979 4x100 5 39.02 11981 4x100 DQ 0

CHA 4 Paul Ngadjadoum 20 Oct 1957 1977 HJ 5 2.15 4CIV 3 Jacques Aye-Abehi 1942 1979 JT 6 74.94 3CIV 2 Marcellin Dally 13 Aug 1962 1992 110H 7 14.39 2CIV 2 René Djédjémel 5 Jun 1958 1985 110H 7 14.20 2CIV 6.75 Georges Kablan Degnan 23 Apr 1953 1977 200 7 21.26 2

1977 4x400 5 3:04.28 11981 200 7 21.20 31981 4x400 7 3:05.55 0.751981 4x100 DQ 0

CIV 2.75 Amadou Meité 28 Nov 1949 1977 100 7 10.70 21977 4x100 6 39.74 0.751981 4x100 DQ 0

CIV 8.75 Gabriel Tiacoh 10 Sep 1963 1985 4x400 DQ 3:00.73 01989 400 3 44.97 71989 4x400 3 3:01.88 1.75

COD 9.75 Gary Kikaya 4 Feb 1978 2006 400 2 44.66 82006 4x400 3 3:00.88 1.75

EGY 5 Ahmed Achouche 18 Nov 1955 1985 SP 6 18.41 31989 SP 8 17.40 2

EGY 7 Nagi Assaad 12 Sep 1945 1979 SP 6 19.00 31981 SP 6 18.76 4

EGY 6 Omar El Ghazaly 9 Feb 1984 2006 DT 4 61.50 6EGY 3 Emad Fayez 17 Aug 1952 1977 SP 6 17.46 3EGY 1 Hassan Ahmed Hamad 15 Aug 1953 1989 DT 9 52.26 1

INDEX OF WORLD CUP COMPETITORS

A TEAM COUNTRY B NAME BORN YEAR EVENT PLACE MARK C

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AFR EGY 2 Yasser Ibrahim 2 May 1984 2006 SP 8 18.23 2EGY 6 Mohamed Mersal 20 Jan 1975 1998 LJ 3 8.26 6EGY 4 Mohamed Naguib 15 Aug 1959 1981 DT 6 57.94 4EGY 1 Tharwat Said 1952 1977 DT 8 45.12 1EGY 2 Ahmed Kamel Shatta 23 Jan 1961 1985 DT 7 35.74 2ETH 16 Addis Abebe 5 Sep 1970 1989 10,000 2 28:06.43 8

1992 10,000 1 28:44.38 8ETH 8 Fita Bayissa 15 Dec 1972 1992 5000 1 13:41.23 8ETH 8 Kenenisa Bekele 13 Jun 1982 2006 3000 2 7:36.25 8ETH 14 Wodajo Bulti 11 Mar 1957 1985 5000 3 14:07.17 6

1985 10,000 1 29:22.96 8ETH 8 Mohamed Kedir 6 Sep 1953 1981 10,000 2 27:39.44 8ETH 5 Tolossa Kotu 25 Dec 1952 1981 5000 5 14:11.14 5ETH 10 Eshetu Tura 19 Jan 1950 1977 3000SC 2 8:22.50 7

1981 3000SC 7 8:35.23 3ETH 34 Miruts Yifter 15 May 1944 1977 5000 1 13:13.82 9

1977 10,000 1 28:32.30 91979 5000 1 13:35.90 81979 10,000 1 27:53.07 8

GHA 6 Ignisious Gaisah 20 Jul 1983 2006 LJ 4 8.09 6GHA 4 Eugene Koranteng 20 Dec 1966 1989 TJ 6 16.46 4GHA 1.5 John Myles-Mills 19 Apr 1966 1992 4x100 3 39.08 1.5GHA 1.5 Leonard Myles-Mills 9 May 1973 1998 4x100 3 38.29 1.5GHA 2.75 Eric Nkansah 12 Dec 1974 1998 4x100 3 38.29 1.5

2006 4x100 5 38.87 1.25GHA 13 Ernest Obeng 8 Apr 1956 1979 100 5 10.36 4

1979 4x100 5 39.02 11981 100 2 10.21 81981 4x100 DQ 0

GHA 5 Andrew Owusu 8 Jul 1972 1998 TJ 4 17.21 5GHA 1.75 Emmanuel Tuffuor 2 Dec 1966 1994 4x100 2 38.97 1.75GHA 1.75 Aziz Zakari 2 Sep 1976 2002 4x100 3 38.63 1.75KEN 2.25 James Atuti 19 Mar 1954 1979 4x400 3 3:01.22 1.5

1981 4x400 7 3:05.55 0.75KEN 8 Phillip Barkutwo 6 Oct 1966 1992 3000SC 1 8:26.81 8KEN 7 Bernard Barmasai 6 May 1974 1998 3000SC 2 8:31.85 7KEN 7 Jonah Birir 27 Dec 1971 1992 1500 2 3:40.25 7KEN 6 Paul Bitok 26 Jun 1970 2002 3000 4 7:56.31 6KEN 17 Mike Boit 6 Jan 1949 1977 800 2 1:44.14 7

1979 1500 5 3:46.85 41981 1500 4 3:36.29 6

KEN 17 Julius Kariuki 12 Jun 1961 1985 3000SC 1 8:39.51 81989 3000SC 1 8:20.84 9

KEN 1 Samson Kebenei 15 Jul 1953 1977 4x400 5 3:04.28 1KEN 3.75 Simon Kemboi 1 Mar 1967 1992 4x400 1 3:02.14 2

1994 4x400 2 3:02.66 1.75KEN 8 Mike Kigen 15 Jan 1986 2006 5000 2 13:36.19 8KEN 2 Daniel Kimaiyo 11 Jan 1948 1979 400H 7 50.55 2KEN 5 Japheth Kimutai 20 Dec 1978 1998 800 4 1:49.16 5KEN 9 Alex Kipchirchir 26 Nov 1984 2006 1500 1 3:52.60 9KEN 3.75 Simon Kipkemboi 15 Apr 1960 1985 200 7 21.50 2

1989 4x400 3 3:01.88 1.75KEN 9 Wilson Boit Kipketer 6 Oct 1973 2002 3000SC 1 8:25.34 9KEN 7 Nixon Kiprotich 4 Dec 1962 1989 800 3 1:45.08 7KEN 8 Moses Kiptanui 1 Oct 1970 1994 3000SC 1 8:28.28 8KEN 1.75 David Kitur 12 Oct 1962 1985 4x400 DQ 3:00.73 0

1989 4x400 3 3:01.88 1.75KEN 4.75 Samson Kitur 25 Feb 1966 1994 400 6 45.98 3

1994 4x400 2 3:02.66 1.75KEN 8 Paul Kipsiele Koech 10 Nov 1981 2006 3000SC 2 8:19.37 8KEN 1 Charles Kokoyo 7 Apr 1955 1981 110H 9 14.63 1KEN 8 Daniel Komen 17 May 1976 1998 5000 1 13:46.57 8KEN 1.5 Billy Konchellah 20 Oct 1961 1979 4x400 3 3:01.22 1.5KEN 8 Paul Kosgei 22 Apr 1978 2002 5000 2 13:31.71 8KEN 8 Sammy Koskei 14 May 1961 1985 800 1 1:45.14 8KEN 0.75 Sammy Koskei 1957 1981 4x400 7 3:05.55 0.75KEN 9 Bernard Lagat 12 Dec 1974 2002 1500 1 3:31.20 9KEN 8 James Maina 4 Apr 1954 1979 800 1 1:47.69 8KEN 1 Jackson Melly 1952 1981 400H 9 52.90 1KEN 6 Tom Nyariki 27 Sep 1971 1998 3000 3 7:59.46 6

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AFR KEN 8 Kip Rono 4 Jan 1958 1979 3000SC 1 8:25.97 8KEN 8 Laban Rotich 20 Jan 1969 1998 1500 1 3:40.87 8KEN 1.75 Lucas Sang 12 Feb 1961 1989 4x400 3 3:01.88 1.75KEN 14 William Tanui 22 Feb 1964 1992 800 2 1:46.14 7

1994 800 2 1:46.84 7MAD 6 Toussaint Rabenala 29 Oct 1965 1992 TJ 3 17.03 6MAR 9 Saïd Aouita 2 Nov 1959 1989 5000 1 13:23.14 9MAR 4 Tarik Bougtaib 30 Apr 1981 2006 TJ 6 16.57 4MAR 8 Brahim Lahlafi 15 Apr 1968 1994 5000 1 13:27.96 8MAR 2 Benyounès Lahlou 3 Nov 1964 1992 4x400 1 3:02.14 2MAR 5 Younès Moudrik 1 Oct 1977 2002 LJ 5 7.90 5MAR 8 Khalid Skah 29 Jan 1967 1994 10,000 1 27:38.74 8MRI 2 Fernando Augustin 25 Apr 1980 2002 4x400 2 3:01.69 2MRI 3.25 Stéphane Buckland 12 Jan 1977 2006 4x100 5 38.87 1.25

2006 200 8 20.96 2MRI 8 Eric Milazar 1 Jun 1975 2002 400 4 45.41 6

2002 4x400 2 3:01.69 2MRI 2 Khemraj Naiko 23 Aug 1972 1994 HJ 7 2.15 2NAM 26.25 Frankie Fredericks 2 Oct 1967 1994 200 2 20.55 7

1998 200 1 19.97 81998 4x100 3 38.29 1.52002 200 2 20.20 82002 4x100 3 38.63 1.75

NGR 31.75 Olapade Adeniken 19 Aug 1969 1989 100 4 10.20 61989 200 3 20.38 71989 4x100 4 38.81 1.51992 100 2 10.26 71992 4x100 3 39.08 1.51994 100 2 10.25 71994 4x100 2 38.97 1.75

NGR 0.5 Iziak Adeyanju 24 Feb 1959 1985 4x100 7 39.55 0.5NGR 4 Ajayi Agbebaku 12 Jun 1955 1979 TJ 7 16.31 2

1981 TJ 8 16.14 2NGR 3 Ayo Aladefa 29 Dec 1970 1992 LJ 6 7.53 3NGR 2 Kehinde Aladefa 19 Dec 1974 1994 110H 7 14.03 2NGR 8 Yusuf Alli 28 Jul 1960 1989 LJ 2 8.00 8NGR 8 Henry Amike 4 Oct 1961 1989 400H 2 49.24 8NGR 11.75 Sunday Bada 22 Jun 1969 1992 400 1 44.99 8

1992 4x400 1 3:02.14 21994 4x400 2 3:02.66 1.75

NGR 2 Pius Bazighe 15 Mar 1972 1989 JT 8 65.66 2NGR 6.5 Clement Chukwu 7 Jul 1973 1998 400 4 45.56 5

1998 4x400 3 3:01.08 1.5NGR 1.25 Adetoyi Durotoye 9 May 1986 2006 4x100 5 38.87 1.25NGR 0.5 Victor Edet 24 Feb 1966 1985 4x100 7 39.55 0.5NGR 6 Innocent Egbunike 30 Nov 1961 1985 400 3 44.99 6

1985 4x400 DQ 3:00.73 0NGR 13 Charlton Ehizuelen 30 Nov 1953 1977 LJ 3 7.89 6

1977 TJ 4 16.31 51981 LJ 8 7.47 2

NGR 1 Kayode Elegbede 19 Sep 1955 1979 LJ 8 7.36 1NGR 18 Uchenna Emedolu 17 Sep 1976 2002 100 1 10.06 9

2002 4x100 3 38.63 1.752006 100 4 10.14 62006 4x100 5 38.87 1.25

NGR 5 Paul Emordi 25 Dec 1965 1985 LJ 8 7.63 11985 TJ 5 16.89 4

NGR 5 Obinna Eregbu 11 Sep 1969 1994 LJ 4 7.87 5NGR 0.5 Ikpoto Eseme 27 May 1957 1985 4x100 7 39.55 0.5NGR 1.5 Davidson Ezinwa 22 Nov 1971 1989 4x100 4 38.81 1.5NGR 1 Felix Imadiyi 25 May 1958 1977 4x400 5 3:04.28 1NGR 9 Chidi Imoh 27 Aug 1963 1985 100 2 10.11 7

1985 4x100 7 39.55 0.51989 4x100 4 38.81 1.5

NGR 8.25 Oluyemi Kayode 7 Jul 1968 1992 200 4 20.77 51992 4x100 3 39.08 1.51994 4x100 2 38.97 1.75

NGR 3 Ikechukwu Mbadugha 27 May 1966 1989 110H 7 14.05 3NGR 1.75 Frank Nwankpa 26 May 1973 1994 4x100 2 38.97 1.75NGR 7 Godwin Obasogie 25 Jan 1954 1977 110H 5 13.95 4

1979 110H 6 14.18 3

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AFR NGR 1 Edward Ofili 20 Sep 1957 1979 4x100 5 39.02 1NGR 8.5 Seun Ogunkoya 28 Dec 1977 1998 100 2 9.92 7

1998 4x100 3 38.29 1.5NGR 7 Peter Okodogbe 27 May 1958 1979 200 3 20.69 6

1979 4x100 5 39.02 1NGR 10 Adewale Olukoju 27 Jul 1968 1992 DT 5 59.42 4

1994 DT 3 60.22 6NGR 0.75 Samson Oyeledun 10 Jan 1958 1977 4x100 6 39.74 0.75NGR 2.5 Dele Udo 24 May 1957 1977 4x400 5 3:04.28 1

1979 4x400 3 3:01.22 1.5NGR 2 Chima Ugwu 19 Jul 1973 1992 SP 7 18.51 2NGR 0 Sunday Uti 23 Oct 1962 1985 4x400 DQ 3:00.73 0RSA 4 Riaan Botha 8 Nov 1970 1998 PV 5 5.60 4RSA 8 Shaun Bownes 24 Oct 1970 1998 110H 7 21.33 2

2002 110H 4 13.67 6RSA 27 Okkert Brits 22 Aug 1973 1992 PV 3 5.30 6

1994 PV 1 5.90 82002 PV 1 5.75 92006 PV 5 5.50 4

RSA 5 Marius Corbett 26 Sep 1975 1998 JT 4 83.53 5RSA 4 Louis Fouché 21 Mar 1970 1994 JT 5 76.98 4RSA 1.75 Paul Gorries 28 Feb 1981 2006 4x400 3 3:00.88 1.75RSA 11 Chris Harmse 31 May 1973 1998 HT 7 68.34 2

2002 HT 4 77.16 62006 HT 7 73.94 3

RSA 4 Llewellyn Herbert 21 Jul 1977 2002 400H 7 50.52 4RSA 14 Frantz Kruger 22 May 1975 1998 DT 3 65.73 6

2002 DT 2 66.78 8RSA 9 Burger Lambrechts 3 Apr 1973 1994 SP 5 18.08 4

1998 SP 4 20.29 5RSA 1.5 Arnaud Malherbe 20 Nov 1972 1998 4x400 3 3:01.08 1.5RSA 7 Mbulaeni Mulaudzi 8 Sep 1980 2006 800 3 1:45.14 7RSA 7 Tom Petranoff (See also USA) 8 Apr 1958 1992 JT 2 79.90 7RSA 14 Hardus Pienaar 10 Aug 1981 2002 JT 5 78.91 6

2006 JT 2 83.62 8RSA 6 Janus Robberts 10 Mar 1979 2002 SP 4 20.00 6RSA 8 Louis van Zyl 20 Jul 1985 2006 400H 2 48.35 8SEN 8 Amadou Dia Bâ 22 Sep 1958 1981 HJ 7 2.15 3

1985 400H 4 48.98 5SEN 2 Moussa Fall 31 Dec 1959 1985 HJ 7 2.10 2SEN 1.5 Amadou Mbaye 31 May 1964 1989 4x100 4 38.81 1.5SEN 0.75 Momar Ndao 21 Mar 1949 1977 4x100 6 39.74 0.75SEN 1.5 Ibrahim Wade 6 Sep 1968 1998 4x400 3 3:01.08 1.5SLE 1.5 Sanusi Turay 14 Apr 1968 1992 4x100 3 39.08 1.5SOM 9 Abdi Bile 28 Dec 1962 1989 1500 1 3:35.56 9SUD 12.5 Hassan el Kashief 26 Mar 1956 1979 400 1 45.39 8

1979 4x400 3 3:01.22 1.51981 400 7 45.96 3

SUD 13 Omer Khalifa 18 Dec 1956 1981 800 5 1:47.63 51985 1500 1 3:41.16 8

TUN 2 Chokri Abahnini 4 Apr 1960 1985 PV 7 4.50 2TUN 1 Youssef Ben Abid 9 Nov 1951 1977 HT 8 49.88 1TUN 1 Aymen Ben Ahmed 1 Mar 1986 2006 110H 9 14.08 1TUN 2 Abderrazak Ben Hassine 13 May 1957 1979 DT 7 52.82 2TUN 2 Sofiene Labidi 29 Sep 1977 2002 4x400 2 3:01.69 2TUN 2 Ali Memmi 27 Oct 1950 1977 JT 7 70.48 2UGA 2 Justin Arop 24 Mar 1958 1981 JT 8 77.76 2UGA 1.5 Davis Kamoga 17 Jul 1968 1998 4x400 3 3:01.08 1.5UGA 4 Peter Rwamuhanda 11 Dec 1953 1977 400H 5 50.48 4ZAM 27.75 Samuel Matete 27 Jul 1968 1992 400H 1 48.88 8

1992 4x400 1 3:02.14 21994 400H 1 48.77 81994 4x400 2 3:02.66 1.751998 400H 1 48.08 8

ZIM 1.75 Young Talkmore Nyongani 2 Sep 1983 2006 4x400 3 3:00.88 1.75970 AME ANT 1.5 Fred Sowerby 11 Dec 1948 1977 4x400 3 3:02.77 1.5

ARG 4 Andrés Charadia 10 Jul 1966 1992 HT 5 71.62 4ARG 7 Germán Chiaraviglio 16 Apr 1987 2006 PV 3 5.70 7ARG 7 Antonio Silio 9 May 1966 1994 10,000 2 28:16.54 7BAH 2 Chris Brown 15 Oct 1978 2006 4x400 2 3:00.14 2

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AME BAH 8 Dominic Demeritte 22 Feb 1978 2002 200 5 20.47 62002 4x100 2 38.32 2

BAH 7.75 Troy McIntosh 29 Mar 1973 1998 400 3 45.45 61998 4x400 2 2:59.77 1.75

BAH 7 Frank Rutherford 23 Nov 1964 1992 TJ 2 17.06 7BAR 1 Clyde Edwards 17 Jan 1958 1979 4x400 5 3:02.39 1BAR 8 Obadele Thompson 30 Mar 1976 1998 100 1 9.87 8BER 2.75 Troy Douglas (See also EUR/NED) 30 Nov 1962 1992 400 8 47.43 1

1992 4x400 2 3:02.95 1.75BRA 7 José Luiz Barbosa 27 May 1961 1992 800 4 1:47.66 5

1994 800 7 1:48.26 2BRA 2 Pedro Chiamulera 29 Jun 1964 1985 400H 7 51.44 2BRA 4 Joaquim Cruz 12 Mar 1963 1981 800 6 1:47.77 4BRA 4.25 André da Silva 26 Nov 1972 1994 100 6 10.49 3

1994 4x100 4 39.39 1.25BRA 1.25 Claudinei da Silva 19 Nov 1970 1998 4x100 4 38.33 1.25BRA 1.5 Delmo da Silva 9 Jun 1954 1977 4x400 3 3:02.77 1.5BRA 34.75 Róbson da Silva 4 Sep 1964 1985 200 1 20.44 8

1985 4x100 2 38.31 1.751989 200 1 20.00 91992 100 4 10.34 51992 200 1 20.56 81992 4x100 2 38.51 1.751994 4x100 4 39.39 1.25

BRA 1.5 Rui da Silva 15 Sep 1951 1977 4x100 3 38.66 1.5BRA 2 Altevir de Araújo 23 Dec 1955 1979 4x100 1 38.70 2BRA 6 Eronilde de Araújo 31 Dec 1970 1994 400H 3 49.62 6BRA 4 Jessé de Lima 17 Feb 1981 2006 HJ 6 2.15 4BRA 5 Edgar de Oliveira 11 Nov 1967 1989 1500 8 3:41.59 2

1992 1500 6 3:45.97 3BRA 26 João Carlos de Oliveira 28 May 1954 1977 TJ 1 16.68 9

1979 TJ 1 17.02 81981 TJ 1 17.37 9

BRA 7 Inaldo de Sena 18 Jun 1971 1994 400 3 45.67 61994 4x400 5 3:04.28 1

BRA 7 Douglas de Souza 6 Aug 1972 1994 LJ 2 7.96 7BRA 3 Hudson de Souza 25 Feb 1977 2002 1500 8 3:42.58 3BRA 0 Clodoaldo do Carmo 27 Apr 1968 1992 3000SC DNF 0BRA 4 Adauto Domingues 20 May 1961 1989 3000SC 6 8:28.65 4BRA 5 Marilson dos Santos 6 Aug 1977 2006 5000 5 13:47.15 5BRA 2 Nelson dos Santos 8 May 1952 1979 4x100 1 38.70 2BRA 4 Osmar Barbosa dos Santos 20 Oct 1968 2002 800 6 1:46.01 4BRA 2 Fernando Fernandes 12 Nov 1983 2006 3000SC 8 8:51.33 2BRA 8 António Ferreira 2 Mar 1960 1979 400H 6 50.54 3

1981 400H 5 50.45 5BRA 14 Jadel Gregório 16 Sep 1980 2002 TJ 5 16.61 6

2006 TJ 2 17.41 8BRA 10 Agberto Guimarães 18 Aug 1957 1979 800 5 1:48.80 4

1985 800 3 1:45.80 6BRA 3.25 Sérgio Menezes 27 Apr 1965 1989 4x100 6 39.07 1

1989 4x400 1 3:00.65 2.25BRA 3 Wander Moura 22 Feb 1969 1998 3000SC 6 8:59.06 3BRA 1.25 Édson Ribeiro 8 Dec 1972 1998 4x100 4 38.33 1.25BRA 1.25 Arnaldo Silva 26 Mar 1964 1994 4x100 4 39.39 1.25BRA 3 José Valente 1 Jul 1969 1994 1500 6 3:44.32 3CAN 1 Steve Agar 6 Jun 1968 1998 1500 8 3:57.36 1CAN 8 Mark Boswell 28 Jul 1977 2002 HJ 2 2.29 8CAN 2 Joël Bourgeois 25 Apr 1971 2002 3000SC 9 8:56.13 2CAN 4 Nathan Brannen 8 Sep 1982 2006 1500 6 3:55.16 4CAN 5 Peter Butler 15 Feb 1958 1979 10,000 5 28:40.83 4

1981 10,000 9 29:47.05 1CAN 2 David Campbell 31 Aug 1960 1985 1500 7 3:47.93 2CAN 2 John Craig 2 Sep 1953 1981 1500 8 3:39.86 2CAN 2 Paul Craig 2 Sep 1953 1979 1500 7 3:48.10 2CAN 9 Bishop Dolegiewicz 8 Jul 1953 1979 SP 5 19.40 4

1981 SP 5 18.88 5CAN 5 Greg Duhaime 11 Aug 1953 1981 3000SC 5 8:25.12 5CAN 6 Graeme Fell 19 Mar 1959 1985 3000SC 3 8:40.30 6CAN 1 Steve Feraday 5 Apr 1959 1992 JT 8 68.76 1CAN 4 John Graham 20 Nov 1965 1989 400H 6 50.20 4

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AME CAN 3 Dave Hill 26 Dec 1952 1977 1500 6 3:39.20 3CAN 11 Ben Johnson 30 Dec 1961 1981 4x100 5 39.13 1.25

1985 100 1 10.00 81985 4x100 2 38.31 1.75

CAN 2 Sean Kaley 26 Feb 1975 2002 5000 9 14:33.57 2CAN 2 Phil Lahuerte 4 Jun 1957 1979 3000SC 7 8:54.68 2CAN 1.25 Atlee Mahorn 27 Oct 1965 1994 4x100 4 39.39 1.25CAN 3 Michael Mahovlich 27 Aug 1960 1985 JT 6 76.14 3CAN 1.25 Brad McCuaig 12 Dec 1970 1998 4x100 4 38.33 1.25CAN 10 Scott Neilson 31 Jan 1957 1977 HT 5 67.18 4

1981 HT 4 67.56 6CAN 9 Milt Ottey 29 Dec 1959 1979 HJ 5 2.10 4

1981 HJ 5 2.15 5CAN 4 Bruno Pauletto 21 Jan 1954 1977 SP 5 18.30 4CAN 6 Gary Reed 25 Oct 1981 2006 800 4 1:45.54 6CAN 2.5 Brian Saunders 9 Jul 1952 1977 4x400 3 3:02.77 1.5

1979 4x400 5 3:02.39 1CAN 7 Bruce Simpson 6 Mar 1950 1977 PV 7 4.90 2

1979 PV 4 5.20 5CAN 3 Brad Snyder 8 Jan 1976 2002 SP 8 18.99 3CAN 4 Jim Steacy 29 May 1984 2006 HT 6 74.04 4CAN 6 Kevin Sullivan 20 Mar 1974 2006 3000 4 7:47.99 6CAN 6 Jason Tunks 7 May 1975 2002 DT 5 62.89 5

2006 DT 9 56.92 1CAN 3 Desai Williams 12 Jun 1959 1981 4x100 5 39.13 1.25

1985 4x100 2 38.31 1.75CAN 2 Paul Williams 7 Aug 1956 1981 5000 8 14:24.21 2CAN 2 Doug Wood 30 Jan 1966 1989 PV 8 5.20 2CHI 4.25 Sebastián Keitel 14 Feb 1973 1998 200 6 20.62 3

1998 4x100 4 38.33 1.25CHI 15 Gert Weil 3 Jan 1960 1985 SP 5 19.50 4

1989 SP 4 19.25 61992 SP 4 19.05 5

COL 1 Domingo Tibaduiza 22 Nov 1949 1977 5000 8 14:13.30 1CUB 2 Dámaso Alfonso 11 Dec 1951 1977 400H 7 50.95 2CUB 3 Lázaro Balcindes 8 Feb 1963 1985 TJ 6 16.74 3CUB 3 Rubén Camino 26 Apr 1959 1981 PV 7 5.20 3

1985 PV NH 0CUB 21 Alejandro CasaÒas 29 Jan 1954 1977 110H 2 13.50 7

1979 110H 3 13.44 61981 110H 2 13.36 8

CUB 28 Luis Delís 6 Dec 1957 1979 DT 3 63.50 61981 DT 2 66.26 81985 DT 3 67.60 61989 DT 2 66.72 8

CUB 4 Ubaldo Duany 16 May 1960 1981 LJ 9 5.37 11985 LJ 6 7.87 3

CUB 10 Alexis Elizalde 19 Sep 1967 1994 DT 2 61.50 71998 DT 6 62.53 3

CUB 3 Carlos FandiÒo 10 Jun 1969 1994 SP 6 18.04 3CUB 15 Anier García 9 Mar 1976 1998 110H 3 13.14 6

2002 110H 1 13.10 9CUB 3.5 Iván García 29 Feb 1972 1994 200 6 21.10 2.5

1994 4x400 5 3:04.28 1CUB 7 David Giralt 28 Jun 1959 1977 LJ 8 6.77 1

1979 LJ 3 8.22 6CUB 6 Antonio González 13 Jun 1956 1979 JT 3 83.44 6CUB 13 Emeterio González 11 Apr 1973 1994 JT 7 76.42 2

1998 JT 5 80.72 42002 JT 3 79.77 7

CUB 5 Ramón González 24 Aug 1966 1989 JT 5 78.02 5CUB 5 Eladio Hernández 18 Feb 1963 1989 HT 5 68.86 5CUB 12 Roberto Hernández 6 Mar 1967 1985 4x400 6 3:03.52 0.75

1989 400 1 44.58 91989 4x400 1 3:00.65 2.25

CUB 3.75 Joel Isasi 31 Jul 1967 1989 100 9 10.52 11989 4x100 6 39.07 11992 4x100 2 38.51 1.75

CUB 4 Juan Jarvis 6 Dec 1950 1977 JT 5 77.06 4CUB 2 Jaime Jefferson 17 Jan 1962 1989 LJ 8 6.52 2

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AME CUB 19.5 Alberto Juantorena 21 Nov 1950 1977 400 1 45.36 91977 800 1 1:44.04 91977 4x400 3 3:02.77 1.5

CUB 1.75 Joel Lamela 29 Jan 1971 1992 4x100 2 38.51 1.75CUB 3.5 Osvaldo Lara 13 Jul 1955 1977 4x100 3 38.66 1.5

1979 4x100 1 38.70 2CUB 30.5 Silvio Leonard 20 Sep 1955 1977 100 3 10.19 6

1977 200 3 20.30 61977 4x100 3 38.66 1.51979 100 2 10.26 71979 200 1 20.34 81979 4x100 1 38.70 2

CUB 5.5 Alberto Manzano 22 Sep 1972 1994 PV 3 5.40 5.5CUB 4 Lázaro Martínez 11 Nov 1962 1989 4x400 1 3:00.65 2.25

1992 4x400 2 3:02.95 1.75CUB 2 Freddy Mayola 1 Nov 1977 2002 4x100 2 38.32 2CUB 4 Julián Morrison 27 Jul 1951 1977 DT 5 58.98 4CUB 7 Roberto Moya 11 Feb 1965 1992 DT 2 63.66 7CUB 4 Guillermo Orozco 31 Jan 1958 1979 HT 5 69.62 4CUB 24 Iván Pedroso 17 Dec 1972 1992 LJ 1 7.97 8

1998 LJ 1 8.37 82002 LJ 2 8.19 8

CUB 2.5 Leandro PeÒalver 23 May 1961 1985 4x100 2 38.31 1.751985 4x400 6 3:03.52 0.75

CUB 14 Yoelbi Quesada 4 Aug 1973 1994 TJ 1 17.61 81998 TJ 3 17.25 6

CUB 1 Dionisio Quintana 9 Oct 1957 1981 JT 9 77.28 1CUB 3 Jorge Reyna 10 Jan 1963 1989 TJ 7 16.19 3CUB 7 Dayron Robles 19 Nov 1986 2006 110H 3 13.06 7CUB 9 Alberto Sánchez 3 Feb 1973 1994 HT 5 74.72 4

1998 HT 4 73.71 5CUB 2.75 Andrés Simón 15 Apr 1961 1989 4x100 6 39.07 1

1992 4x100 2 38.51 1.75CUB 2 Francisco Soria 30 Jul 1963 1985 HT 7 62.38 2CUB 35 Javier Sotomayor 13 Oct 1967 1985 HJ 3 2.28 6

1989 HJ 3 2.25 71992 HJ 2 2.26 71994 HJ 1 2.40 81998 HJ 2 2.28 7

CUB 3 Richard Spencer 16 Jul 1955 1977 HJ 6 2.15 3CUB 1 Felix Stevens 8 Mar 1964 1989 4x100 6 39.07 1CUB 2 Yosvani Suárez 20 Dec 1973 2002 HT 9 66.33 2CUB 8.75 Norberto Téllez 22 Jan 1972 1992 4x400 2 3:02.95 1.75

1994 4x400 5 3:04.28 11998 800 3 1:48.92 6

CUB 19 Emilio Valle 21 Apr 1967 1989 110H 3 13.21 71992 110H 3 13.69 61994 110H 3 13.45 6

DOM 2.25 Felix Sánchez 30 Aug 1977 2002 4x400 1 2:59.19 2.25DOM 2 Carlos Santa 7 Jan 1978 2006 4x400 2 3:00.14 2ECU 5 Rolando Vera 27 Apr 1965 1989 10,000 5 28:11.19 5GRN 10.25 Alleyne Francique 7 Jun 1976 2002 4x400 1 2:59.19 2.25

2006 400 4 45.30 62006 4x400 2 3:00.14 2

JAM 13.25 Michael Blackwood 29 Aug 1976 2002 400 1 44.60 92002 4x400 1 2:59.19 2.252006 4x400 2 3:00.14 2

JAM 8 Usain Bolt 21 Aug 1986 2006 200 2 19.96 8JAM 12 Colin Bradford 30 May 1955 1979 400 6 46.88 3

1979 4x400 5 3:02.39 11981 100 5 10.44 51981 4x100 5 39.13 1.251981 4x400 3 3:02.01 1.75

JAM 2.25 Howard Burnett 8 Mar 1961 1989 4x400 1 3:00.65 2.25JAM 8.75 Bert Cameron 16 Nov 1959 1981 400 3 45.27 7

1981 4x400 3 3:02.01 1.75JAM 1.75 Roxbert Martin 5 Nov 1969 1998 4x400 2 2:59.77 1.75JAM 5 Michael McDonald 17 Mar 1975 1994 4x400 5 3:04.28 1

1998 4x400 2 2:59.77 1.752002 4x400 1 2:59.19 2.25

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AME JAM 6 Dinsdale Morgan 19 Nov 1972 1998 400H 3 48.40 6JAM 1.75 Devon Morris 22 Jan 1961 1992 4x400 2 3:02.95 1.75JAM 0 Asafa Powell 11 Nov 1982 2006 4x100 DNF 0JAM 8.75 Don Quarrie 25 Feb 1951 1977 4x100 3 38.66 1.5

1981 200 4 20.66 61981 4x100 5 39.13 1.25

JAM 5 Dorian Scott 1 Feb 1982 2006 SP 5 20.21 5JAM 1 Ian Stapleton 6 Sep 1959 1979 4x400 5 3:02.39 1JAM 0 Dwight Thomas 23 Sep 1980 2006 4x100 DNF 0JAM 6 Kemel Thompson 25 Sep 1974 2006 400H 4 48.80 6JAM 6 Ian Weakley 24 Feb 1974 2002 400H 5 49.62 6JAM 2 Chris Williams 15 Mar 1972 2002 4x100 2 38.32 2

2006 4x100 DNF 0LCA 6 Dominic Johnson 31 Oct 1975 2002 PV 4 5.20 6MEX 1 Jesús Aguilasocho 2 Mar 1960 1985 110H 8 14.64 1MEX 3 Gabino Apolonio 29 Aug 1971 1994 5000 6 13:51.73 3MEX 7 Arturo Barrios 12 Dec 1963 1992 5000 2 13:50.95 7MEX 1.75 Alejandro Cárdenas 4 Sep 1974 1998 4x400 2 2:59.77 1.75MEX 1 Ignacio Fragoso 6 Feb 1968 1989 5000 9 14:22.88 1MEX 8 David Galván 6 Apr 1976 2002 3000 2 7:47.43 8MEX 8 Rodolfo Gómez 30 Oct 1950 1977 10,000 5 28:45.50 4

1979 5000 5 13:40.60 4MEX 2 Mauricio González 16 Oct 1960 1985 5000 7 14:11.78 2MEX 2 Carlos Rodolfo Martínez 1955 1977 3000SC 7 8:58.70 2MEX 10 Pablo Olmedo 8 May 1975 1998 5000 4 14:01.66 5

1998 3000 4 8:10.54 5MEX 5 Martín Pitayo 10 Jan 1960 1985 10,000 4 29:35.85 5MEX 1 Robinson Pratt 25 Feb 1980 2006 JT 9 29.02 1MEX 4 Armando Quintanilla 19 Apr 1968 1992 10,000 5 29:21.04 4MEX 4 Luis Toledo 3 Dec 1964 1989 800 6 1:47.21 4PAN 5.5 Héctor Daley 22 Nov 1961 1981 4x400 3 3:02.01 1.75

1985 400 6 46.04 31985 4x400 6 3:03.52 0.75

PAN 9 Irving Saladino 23 Jan 1983 2006 LJ 1 8.26 9PUR 0 Edgar Díaz 18 Apr 1968 1992 PV NH 0SKN 10 Kim Collins 5 Apr 1976 2002 100 2 10.06 8

2002 4x100 2 38.32 2TRI 7 Marc Burns 7 Jan 1983 2006 100 3 10.14 7

2006 4x100 DNF 0TRI 0.75 Ian Morris 30 Nov 1961 1985 4x400 6 3:03.52 0.75TRI 1.75 Mike Paul 28 Mar 1957 1981 4x400 3 3:02.01 1.75URU 3 Ricardo Vera 16 Sep 1962 1994 3000SC 6 8:58.80 3VEN 1 Ricardo Díez 29 Mar 1975 1998 PV 8 5.00 1VEN 3 Yoger Enrique Medina 5 Sep 1973 1998 SP 6 19.08 3

668 ASI BRN 3 Ahmed Hamada 18 Sep 1961 1985 400H 6 50.63 3BRN 9 Youssef Saad Kamel 29 Mar 1983 2006 800 1 1:44.98 9BRN 2 Tariq Mubarak Taher 1 Dec 1986 2006 3000 8 8:03.70 2BRN 4 Abdulhak Zakaria 20 Jul 1974 2002 5000 7 13:54.68 4CHN 11 Bi Zhong 5 Sep 1968 1989 HT 4 70.50 6

1992 HT 4 75.30 5CHN 0.25 Cai Jianming 1 Aug 1963 1985 4x100 8 39.74 0.25CHN 1 Cheng Bing 16 Nov 1979 1998 800 8 1:53.11 1CHN 6 Chen Qi 10 Mar 1982 2006 JT 4 79.20 6CHN 0.75 Chen Wenzhong 29 Aug 1970 1994 4x100 6 55.58 0.75CHN 4 Chen Yanhao 2 Jan 1972 1998 110H 5 13.49 4CHN 6 Chen Yanping 17 Jan 1966 1989 TJ 5 16.52 5

1992 TJ 8 15.68 1CHN 10 Chen Zunrong 25 Aug 1962 1989 LJ 6 7.63 4

1992 LJ 3 7.84 6CHN 3 Cui Kai 26 Mar 1982 2002 HJ 8 2.10 3CHN 1 Duan Qifeng 20 Jan 1973 1998 TJ 8 14.09 1CHN 0.25 Han Chaoming 10 May 1975 1998 4x100 8 39.35 0.25CHN 1 Huang Danwei 11 Oct 1972 1994 200 8 21.23 1CHN 4 Liang Xueren 7 Mar 1965 1989 PV 6 5.40 4CHN 0.25 Li Feng 14 Aug 1965 1985 4x100 8 39.74 0.25CHN 1 Lin Wei 16 Oct 1974 1994 4x100 6 55.58 0.75

1998 4x100 8 39.35 0.25CHN 7 Li Rongxiang 8 Jan 1972 2002 SP 9 10.09 2

2002 JT 6 78.12 5CHN 2 Li Shaojie 26 Nov 1975 1998 DT 7 61.37 2

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ASI CHN 0.75 Li Tao 15 Jan 1968 1994 4x100 6 55.58 0.75CHN 4 Li Tong 6 May 1967 1994 110H 5 13.59 4CHN 8 Liu Xiang 13 Jul 1983 2002 110H DNF 0

2006 110H 2 13.03 8CHN 10 Liu Yuhuang 25 Jul 1959 1981 LJ 4 7.89 6

1985 LJ 5 7.98 4CHN 5.5 Liu Yunpeng 24 Oct 1962 1989 HJ 4 2.20 5.5CHN 3 Li Weinan 17 Feb 1957 1981 DT 7 54.52 3CHN 6 Li Yanxi 26 Jun 1984 2006 TJ 4 16.87 6CHN 6 Ma Yongfeng 28 Nov 1962 1989 SP 7 18.20 3

1992 SP 6 18.56 3CHN 2 Pubu Ciren 21 Jun 1955 1985 JT 7 75.46 2CHN 5 Shen Maomao 27 Mar 1957 1979 JT 7 72.70 2

1981 JT 7 79.08 3CHN 2 Tao Hu 11 Oct 1964 1989 DT 8 54.72 2CHN 2 Tian Hongxin 11 Mar 1961 1985 TJ 7 16.49 2CHN 9 Wang Helin 21 Oct 1965 1989 5000 5 13:45.58 5

1992 5000 5 14:13.68 4CHN 0.25 Wu Jianhui 18 Oct 1969 1992 4x100 8 39.89 0.25CHN 4 Yang Yaozu 9 Jan 1981 2006 100 6 10.21 4CHN 0.75 Ye Hu 15 Apr 1973 1994 4x100 6 55.58 0.75CHN 0.25 Yin Hanzhao 18 Feb 1976 1998 4x100 8 39.35 0.25CHN 5 Yi Zebiao 3 Aug 1964 1985 PV 4 5.20 5CHN 6 Yu Wenge 18 Feb 1966 1992 DT 3 63.06 6CHN 3.5 Yu Zhicheng 23 Jul 1963 1985 110H 5 13.83 3.5CHN 0.25 Yu Zhuanghui 12 Apr 1962 1985 4x100 8 39.74 0.25CHN 1 Zhang Guowei 27 Apr 1959 1985 10,000 8 30:26.58 1CHN 0.25 Zhang Hong 10 Apr 1967 1992 4x100 8 39.89 0.25CHN 8 Zhang Lianbiao 25 Jan 1969 1992 JT 6 75.42 3

1994 JT 6 76.96 31998 JT 7 68.35 2

CHN 3.5 Zhao Cunlin 20 May 1965 1989 4x400 9 3:05.63 0.251992 200 6 20.92 31992 4x100 8 39.89 0.25

CHN 1.5 Zheng Cheng 4 Jan 1965 1985 100 8 10.48 11985 4x100 8 39.74 0.251992 4x100 8 39.89 0.25

CHN 1.25 Zhou Wei 6 Mar 1976 1998 100 8 10.37 11998 4x100 8 39.35 0.25

CHN 4 Zhou Zhongge 15 Feb 1967 1998 HJ 5 2.15 4CHN 1 Zhu Jianhua 29 May 1963 1981 HJ 9 2.05 1CHN 13 Zou Zhenxian 10 Nov 1955 1979 TJ 4 16.68 5

1981 TJ 2 17.34 8INA 2 Mardi Lestari 19 Jan 1968 1989 100 8 10.48 2IND 2 Suresh Babu 10 Feb 1953 1979 LJ 7 7.41 2IND 1 Raghubir Singh Bal 20 Jan 1953 1985 HT 8 60.92 1IND 0 Gulab Chand 28 Oct 1972 1998 5000 DNF 0IND 2 Bahadur Singh Chauhan 8 Feb 1946 1977 SP 7 17.43 2IND 0.25 Ramashwany Gnanasekaran 5 Jan 1954 1979 4x400 8 3:12.49 0.25IND 3 Praveen Kumar 6 Dec 1947 1977 DT 6 53.24 3IND 3.75 Uday Krishna Pradhu 12 Oct 1954 1977 400 6 47.75 3

1977 4x400 7 3:10.90 0.51979 4x400 8 3:12.49 0.25

IND 4 Bahadur Prasad 1 Sep 1965 1994 5000 5 13:37.20 4IND 1 Abraham Rajan 17 Nov 1957 1981 800 9 1:53.21 1IND 1.75 Ritu Rani 31 Aug 1982 2006 4x100 3 38.51 1.75IND 4 Gopal Singh Saini 18 Apr 1954 1979 5000 8 14:26.80 1

1981 5000 7 14:14.88 3IND 1 Bagicha Singh 3 Jun 1960 1985 1500 8 3:54.88 1IND 2 Balwinder Singh 5 Dec 1958 1985 SP 7 17.11 2IND 3 Navpreet Singh 15 Jun 1979 2006 SP 7 18.43 3IND 1 Rattan Singh 2 Dec 1954 1979 1500 8 3:52.40 1IND 1 Sri Ram Singh 21 Jun 1950 1977 800 8 1:47.28 1IND 1 Edward Vincent Janiclass 13 Oct 1954 1979 10,000 8 29:26.50 1IRI 0.5 Mohammad Reza Entezari 31 Jul 1946 1977 4x400 7 3:10.90 0.5IRI 1 Teymour Ghiasi 15 Apr 1946 1977 HJ 8 2.10 1IRI 8 Ehsan Hadadi 20 Jan 1985 2006 DT 2 62.60 8IRI 5 Seyed Hamid Sadjadi 21 Mar 1969 1992 3000SC 4 8:44.85 5IRQ 0.5 Aouf Abdulrahman 24 Nov 1960 1985 4x400 7 3:10.20 0.5IRQ 0.25 Mohamed Al-Sada 20 Dec 1955 1979 4x400 8 3:12.49 0.25

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ASI IRQ 1 Falah Naji 1950 1979 800 8 1:55.40 1JPN 1 Shigeyuki Aikyo 29 Jan 1964 1985 3000SC 8 8:55.35 1JPN 1 Kozo Akutsu 11 Nov 1960 1985 5000 8 14:12.72 1JPN 0.75 Hideyuki Arikawa 15 May 1960 1981 4x100 7 40.07 0.75JPN 2 Yoshifumi Fujimori 9 Mar 1958 1979 110H DNF 0

1981 110H 8 14.31 2JPN 1.25 Shoichi Handa 2 Apr 1958 1979 400 8 48.58 1

1979 4x400 8 3:12.49 0.25JPN 0.25 Akira Harada 1 Mar 1958 1979 4x100 8 40.09 0.25JPN 2 Yasuhiro Harada 17 Apr 1955 1979 200 7 21.14 2JPN 0.75 Hideki Ikeda 1958 1981 4x100 7 40.07 0.75JPN 2 Toshiaki Inoue 3 Jan 1951 1977 TJ 7 15.89 2JPN 5 Takashi Ishii 27 Aug 1954 1977 1500 5 3:38.24 4

1981 1500 9 3:40.93 1JPN 5 Kazuyoshi Ishikawa 6 Nov 1982 2002 TJ 6 16.50 5JPN 1.25 Takayuki Isobe 1 Jun 1959 1981 400 9 47.71 1

1981 4x400 9 3:09.93 0.25JPN 2 Hiroyuki Itabashi 27 Jun 1969 1989 3000SC 8 8:38.69 2JPN 5.75 Koji Ito 29 Jan 1970 1992 4x400 6 3:05.30 0.75

1998 200 4 20.40 5JPN 3 Kunimitsu Ito 6 Jan 1955 1981 10,000 7 28:35.95 3JPN 4 Toshihiko Iwasaki 14 Oct 1967 1989 110H 6 14.00 4JPN 3 Yoshiteru Kaihoko 19 Nov 1971 1994 HJ 6 2.20 3JPN 2 Toshiaki Kamata 3 Nov 1951 1977 10,000 7 28:56.30 2JPN 0.75 Yuzo Kanemaru 18 Sep 1987 2006 4x400 7 3:04.67 0.75JPN 1.75 Masayoshi Kan 25 Feb 1972 1992 4x400 6 3:05.30 0.75

1998 4x400 5 3:03.94 1JPN 0.5 Takahiro Kasahara 31 Jul 1967 1989 4x100 8 39.32 0.5JPN 1 Kiyotaka Kawasaki 11 Jul 1950 1979 DT 8 52.54 1JPN 0.5 Hiromi Kawasumi 2 Jun 1962 1985 4x400 7 3:10.20 0.5JPN 2 Hideki Kita 28 Sep 1952 1977 5000 7 13:40.40 2JPN 2 Kazunori Koshikawa 23 Jan 1956 1979 HJ 7 2.05 2JPN 0.5 Koji Kurihara 2 May 1964 1989 4x100 8 39.32 0.5JPN 0.5 Shigeaki Matsunaga 22 Jan 1969 1994 4x400 7 3:12.38 0.5JPN 8 Kazuhiro Mizoguchi 18 Mar 1962 1989 JT 2 82.56 8JPN 3 Masaki Morinaga 27 Mar 1972 1998 LJ 6 7.76 3JPN 19 Koji Murofushi 8 Oct 1974 2002 DT 9 41.93 2

2002 HT 2 80.08 82006 HT 1 82.01 9

JPN 7 Shigenobu Murofushi 2 Oct 1945 1979 HT 6 67.32 31981 HT 6 66.64 4

JPN 3.25 Takashi Nagao 31 Aug 1957 1977 400H 8 52.10 11981 400H 8 51.95 21981 4x400 9 3:09.93 0.25

JPN 1 Shigeki Nakayama 5 Jun 1965 1989 1500 9 3:43.23 1JPN 0.25 Eiji Natori 11 Apr 1958 1981 4x400 9 3:09.93 0.25JPN 0.25 Shigenobu Omori 9 Jul 1960 1981 4x400 9 3:09.93 0.25JPN 3 Sakae Osaki 18 Aug 1964 1992 10,000 6 30:05.09 3JPN 8 Daichi Sawano 16 Sep 1980 2002 PV NH 0

2006 PV 2 5.70 8JPN 3 Tetsuya Shida 27 Jun 1971 1994 LJ 6 7.72 3JPN 14 Masanari Shintaku 20 Dec 1957 1977 3000SC 6 8:48.70 3

1979 3000SC 5 8:40.00 41981 3000SC 3 8:23.64 7

JPN 0.25 Shunzo Shito 1952 1979 4x100 8 40.09 0.25JPN 8.75 Shingo Suetsugu 2 Jun 1980 2006 4x100 3 38.51 1.75

2006 200 3 20.30 7JPN 0.5 Takeo Suzuki 7 Aug 1964 1985 4x400 7 3:10.20 0.5JPN 1 Kenji Tabata 24 Sep 1974 1998 4x400 5 3:03.94 1JPN 6 Tomomi Takahashi 29 Jan 1956 1981 PV 4 5.40 6JPN 1.75 Shinji Takahira 18 Jul 1984 2006 4x100 3 38.51 1.75JPN 8 Itsuo Takanezawa 5 Aug 1951 1977 PV 5 5.10 4

1979 PV 5 5.00 4JPN 0.5 Susumu Takano 21 May 1961 1989 4x100 8 39.32 0.5JPN 4 Toshinari Takaoka 24 Sep 1970 1998 3000 5 8:12.19 4JPN 5 Hideyuki Takei 19 Nov 1970 1992 PV 4 5.30 5JPN 5.75 Toshio Toyota 19 Jul 1956 1977 200 6 21.24 3

1981 200 8 21.39 21981 4x100 7 40.07 0.75

JPN 1.75 Naoki Tsukahara 10 May 1985 2006 4x100 3 38.51 1.75

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ASI JPN 3 Shuji Ujino 15 Jan 1961 1985 HJ 6 2.15 3JPN 6 Haruo Urata 9 Mar 1962 1989 10,000 4 28:08.32 6JPN 3 Junichi Usui 5 Oct 1957 1977 LJ 6 7.68 3JPN 0.75 Takahiro Watanabe 8 Apr 1970 1992 4x400 6 3:05.30 0.75JPN 0.5 Kenji Yamauchi 10 Aug 1964 1989 4x100 8 39.32 0.5JPN 0.75 Hirohito Yamazaki 9 Feb 1961 1981 4x100 7 40.07 0.75JPN 10 Kazuhiko Yamazaki 10 May 1971 1992 110H 8 14.83 1

1992 400H 4 50.13 51994 400H 5 50.22 4

KAZ 5 Gennadiy Chernovol 6 Jun 1976 2002 200 6 20.73 5KAZ 3 Mikhail Kolganov 9 May 1980 2002 800 7 1:47.45 3KAZ 1 Yevgeniy Meleshenko 19 Jan 1981 2006 400H 9 51.55 1KAZ 5 Igor Potapovich (See also EUN) 6 Sep 1967 1998 PV 4 5.60 5KAZ 6 Oleg Sakirkin 23 Jan 1966 1994 TJ 3 16.81 6KAZ 3 Grigoriy Yegorov 12 Jan 1967 1994 PV 6 5.40 3KOR 0.5 Gu Bun-Chil 9 Jul 1954 1977 4x400 7 3:10.90 0.5KOR 6 Jang Jae-Keun 2 Jan 1962 1985 200 4 20.90 5

1989 200 9 21.25 1KOR 1.5 Kim Yong-Hwan 20 Jun 1971 1994 800 8 1:51.88 1

1994 4x400 7 3:12.38 0.5KOR 4 Lee Jin-Il 12 Jan 1973 1992 800 5 1:47.85 4KOR 5 Lee Jin-Taek 13 Apr 1972 1992 HJ 4 2.23 5KOR 2 No Kyung-Yul 17 Oct 1957 1977 HT 7 57.88 2KOR 0.25 O Sein-Jin 26 Feb 1952 1977 4x100 8 41.09 0.25KOR 0.25 Seo Mae-Gu 16 Mar 1956 1979 4x100 8 40.09 0.25KSA 13 Saʼed Shaddad Al-Asmari 24 Sep 1968 1994 3000SC 2 8:35.74 7

1998 3000SC 3 8:39.69 6KSA 1.75 Hamdan Al-Bishi 5 May 1981 2002 4x400 3 3:03.02 1.75KSA 0.75 Hamed Al-Bishi 3 Mar 1982 2006 4x400 7 3:04.67 0.75KSA 7 Mohamed Al-Khuwalidi 19 Jun 1981 2006 LJ 3 8.11 7KSA 4 Alyan Al-Qahtani 23 Aug 1971 1994 10,000 5 28:41.21 4KSA 6 Hussein Al-Sabee 14 Nov 1979 2002 LJ 4 7.92 6KSA 5 Jamal Al-Saffar 24 Oct 1971 2002 100 5 10.38 5KSA 0.75 Mohamed Al-Salhi 11 May 1986 2006 4x400 7 3:04.67 0.75KUW 8.75 Fawzi Al-Shammari 13 Feb 1979 2002 400 3 45.14 7

2002 4x400 3 3:03.02 1.75KUW 2 Mohamed Al-Zinkawi 7 Oct 1953 1979 SP 7 17.25 2

1981 SP NM 0MAS 1 Ahmed Ishtiaq Mobarak 6 Feb 1948 1977 110H 8 14.37 1MAS 0 Batulamai Rajakumar 10 Dec 1964 1985 800 DNF 0OMA 7.75 Mohamed Al-Malky 1 Dec 1962 1985 400 8 47.18 1

1985 4x400 7 3:10.20 0.51989 400 4 45.26 61989 4x400 9 3:05.63 0.25

PAK 1 Mohamed Munir 14 Apr 1948 1977 JT 8 69.54 1PAK 0.5 Muhammed Sadaqat 2 Apr 1968 1994 4x400 7 3:12.38 0.5PHI 1.25 Isidro del Prado 15 May 1959 1989 800 9 1:53.83 1

1989 4x400 9 3:05.63 0.25QAT 15 Mubarak Al-Nubi 30 Dec 1977 1998 400H 2 48.17 7

2002 400H 2 48.96 8QAT 0.25 Farhan Al-Roumaihi 1952 1977 4x100 8 41.09 0.25QAT 12 Ibrahim Ismail 10 May 1972 1989 4x400 9 3:05.63 0.25

1992 400 4 46.48 51992 4x400 6 3:05.30 0.751994 400 4 45.74 51998 4x400 5 3:03.94 1

QAT 10 Talal Mansoor 8 May 1964 1992 100 5 10.36 41994 100 3 10.31 6

QAT 3 Bilal Saad Mubarak 18 Dec 1972 1994 SP 7 17.40 21998 SP 8 18.21 1

QAT 7 Khamis Abdulla Saifeldin 1 Dec 1976 2002 3000SC 3 8:30.66 7QAT 18 Saif Saaeed Shaheen 15 Oct 1982 2006 5000 1 13:35.30 9

2006 3000SC 1 8:19.09 9QAT 7 Abdulrahman Suleiman 10 Jan 1984 2002 1500 7 3:42.27 4

2006 1500 7 3:55.67 3QAT 19 Mohamed Suleiman 23 Nov 1969 1992 1500 1 3:38.37 8

1994 1500 3 3:40.52 61998 1500 4 3:46.93 5

QAT 5 Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama 4 Feb 1966 2002 3000 6 8:08.31 5SRI 0.75 Prasanna Amarasekara 21 Mar 1981 2006 4x400 7 3:04.67 0.75

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ASI SRI 2.75 Rohan Pradeep Kumara 10 Mar 1975 2002 4x400 3 3:03.02 1.752006 400 9 47.35 1

SRI 6.25 Sugath Thilakaratne 30 Jul 1973 1994 4x400 7 3:12.38 0.51998 400 6 46.70 31998 4x400 5 3:03.94 12002 4x400 3 3:03.02 1.75

THA 7.5 Suchart Chairsuvaparb 13 Jun 1951 1977 100 6 10.67 31977 4x100 8 41.09 0.251979 100 7 10.51 21979 4x100 8 40.09 0.251981 100 8 10.73 2

THA 1.25 Ekkachai Janthana 10 Feb 1977 2002 4x100 5 38.91 1.25THA 0.25 Anat Ratanapol 13 Oct 1947 1977 4x100 8 41.09 0.25THA 1.25 Visanu Sophanich 4 Jul 1974 2002 4x100 5 38.91 1.25THA 1.25 Reanchai Srihawong 24 Mar 1976 2002 4x100 5 38.91 1.25THA 1.25 Sittichai Suwonprateep 17 Nov 1980 2002 4x100 5 38.91 1.25TJK 14 Andrey Abduvaliyev (See also ASI/UZB) 30 Jun 1966 1994 HT 1 81.72 8TPE 0.5 Wang Jung-Hua 30 Jul 1958 1977 4x400 7 3:10.90 0.5UZB 14 Andrey Abduvaliyev (See also ASI/TJK) 30 Jun 1966 1998 HT 3 79.40 6

167.5 ESP ESP 5 José Alonso 12 Feb 1957 1989 400H 5 50.09 5ESP 3.25 Javier Arques 16 May 1960 1989 100 7 10.48 3

1989 4x100 9 39.69 0.25ESP 1 Enrique Bassols 5 Jul 1966 1989 JT 9 62.24 1ESP 2.5 Gustavo Becker (See also EUR/ESP) 17 Jun 1966 1989 HJ 7 2.20 2.5ESP 0.75 Carlos Berlanga 9 Jun 1972 2002 4x100 8 39.64 0.75ESP 4 Fermin Cacho (See also EUR/ESP) 16 Feb 1969 1989 1500 6 3:40.34 4ESP 5 Moises Campeny 27 May 1979 2002 HT 5 73.21 5ESP 4 David Canal 7 Dec 1978 2002 400 7 46.21 4

2002 4x400 DQ 0ESP 7 José Luis Carreira 30 Mar 1962 1989 5000 3 13:25.94 7ESP 3 Raúl Chapado 4 May 1970 2002 TJ 8 15.91 3ESP 3 Antonio Corgos 10 Mar 1960 1989 LJ 7 7.06 3ESP 4.5 Cayetano Cornet 22 Aug 1963 1989 400 6 45.61 4

1989 4x400 8 3:05.26 0.5ESP 3 Gustavo Dacal 30 Mar 1977 2002 JT 8 68.26 3ESP 2 Tomás de Teresa (See also EUR/ESP) 5 Sep 1968 1989 800 8 1:47.94 2ESP 8 Reyes Estévez 2 Aug 1976 2002 1500 2 3:33.67 8ESP 0.5 Moisés Fernández 16 Apr 1967 1989 4x400 8 3:05.26 0.5ESP 9 Alberto García 22 Feb 1971 2002 5000 1 13:30.04 9ESP 6 Javier García 22 Jul 1966 1989 PV 4 5.50 6ESP 0.25 Miguel García 28 Sep 1962 1989 4x100 9 39.69 0.25ESP 7 Roberto García 20 Aug 1975 2002 3000 3 7:53.96 7ESP 0.25 Florencio Gascón 24 Jan 1964 1989 4x100 9 39.69 0.25ESP 1 Antón Godall 11 Feb 1966 1989 HT 9 62.50 1ESP 2 Miguel Angel Gómez 24 Apr 1968 1989 200 8 20.98 2ESP 4.5 Andrés Hinojo 27 Apr 1981 2002 PV 5 5.20 4.5ESP 1 Matías Jiménez 7 Mar 1960 1989 SP 9 16.14 1ESP 7 Yago Lamela 24 Jul 1977 2002 LJ 3 8.11 7ESP 0.75 Cecilio Maestra 28 Dec 1980 2002 4x100 8 39.64 0.75ESP 0 Alberto Martínez 23 Feb 1978 2002 4x400 DQ 0ESP 4 David Martínez 31 Jan 1967 1989 DT 6 57.46 4ESP 4 Julián Martínez 9 Feb 1980 2002 200 7 21.23 4ESP 4 Manuel Martínez 7 Dec 1974 2002 SP 6 19.76 4ESP 8 Luís Miguel Martín 11 Jan 1972 2002 3000SC 2 8:26.35 8ESP 5 Javier Moracho 18 Aug 1957 1989 110H 5 13.83 5ESP 0.5 Manuel Moreno 25 Apr 1967 1989 4x400 8 3:05.26 0.5ESP 3 Benito Nogales 1 Aug 1965 1989 3000SC 7 8:28.91 3ESP 0.75 Pedro Nolet 1 Jun 1970 2002 4x100 8 39.64 0.75ESP 0.5 José Luis Palacios 28 Apr 1969 1989 4x400 8 3:05.26 0.5ESP 5.5 Ignacio Pérez 12 Apr 1973 2002 HJ 5 2.15 5.5ESP 7 Mario Pestano 8 Apr 1978 2002 DT 3 64.64 7ESP 7 Antonio Prieto 11 Jan 1958 1989 10,000 3 28:07.42 7ESP 1 Mario Quintero 29 Sep 1970 1989 TJ 9 15.64 1ESP 9 Antonio Manuel Reina 13 Jun 1981 2002 800 1 1:43.83 9

2002 4x400 DQ 0ESP 0.25 Valentín Rocandio 29 Jun 1963 1989 4x100 9 39.69 0.25ESP 2.75 Ángel David Rodríguez 25 Apr 1980 2002 100 8 10.78 2

2002 4x100 8 39.64 0.75ESP 0 Salvador Rodríguez 13 Nov 1980 2002 4x400 DQ 0ESP 5 José María Romera 2 Sep 1980 2002 400H 6 49.68 5ESP 5 Felipe Vivancos 16 Jun 1980 2002 110H 5 13.79 5

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84 EUN EUN 6 Mikhail Dasko 26 Jan 1961 1992 10,000 3 29:00.26 6EUN 1 Robert Emmiyan (See also URS) 16 Feb 1965 1992 LJ 8 7.27 1EUN 3 Andrey Fedoriv 11 Aug 1963 1992 100 7 10.67 2

1992 4x100 5 39.57 1EUN 1 Pavel Galkin 9 Oct 1968 1992 4x100 5 39.57 1EUN 0.25 Dmitriy Golovastov (See also EUR/RUS) 14 Jul 1971 1992 4x400 8 3:10.38 0.25EUN 3 Edvin Ivanov 25 Jul 1970 1992 200 7 21.39 2

1992 4x100 5 39.57 1EUN 2.25 Dmitriy Kliger 14 Apr 1968 1992 400 7 47.36 2

1992 4x400 8 3:10.38 0.25EUN 0.25 Dmitriy Kosov 28 Sep 1968 1992 4x400 8 3:10.38 0.25EUN 4 Aleksandr Kovalenko 8 May 1963 1992 TJ 5 16.85 4EUN 3 Dmitriy Kovtsun (See also URS) 29 Sep 1955 1992 DT 6 58.46 3EUN 4 Andrey Loginov 27 Nov 1972 1992 1500 5 3:43.46 4EUN 3 Anatoliy Makarevich 19 May 1970 1992 800 6 1:47.88 3EUN 7 Sergey Nikolayev 12 Nov 1966 1992 SP 2 20.14 7EUN 7 Igor Nikulin 14 Aug 1960 1992 HT 2 78.28 7EUN 0.25 Andrey Platonov 16 Mar 1971 1992 4x400 8 3:10.38 0.25EUN 8 Igor Potapovich (See also ASI/KAZ) 6 Sep 1967 1992 PV 1 5.60 8EUN 4 Vladimir Pronin 27 May 1969 1992 3000SC 5 8:45.35 4EUN 6 Vladimir Sasimovich 14 Sep 1968 1992 JT 3 78.40 6EUN 8 Yuriy Sergiyenko 19 Mar 1965 1992 HJ 1 2.29 8EUN 1 Vyacheslav Shabunin 27 Sep 1969 1992 5000 8 14:28.74 1EUN 1 Igor Streltsov 1 May 1965 1992 4x100 5 39.57 1EUN 4 Oleg Tverdokhleb (See also EUR/UKR) 3 Nov 1969 1992 400H 5 51.13 4EUN 7 Sergey Usov (See also URS) 14 Jan 1964 1992 110H 2 13.55 7

1155.5 EUR AUT 0.5 Christoph Pöstinger 7 Apr 1972 1992 4x100 7 39.67 0.5BEL 2 Alfons Brijdenbach 12 Oct 1954 1981 4x400 2 3:01.47 2BEL 4 Vincent Rousseau 29 Jul 1962 1985 10,000 5 29:53.23 4BEL 4 Patrick Stevens 31 Jan 1968 1992 200 5 20.81 4BEL 0 Cédric van Branteghem 13 Mar 1979 2002 4x400 DQ 0BEL 7 William Van Dijck 24 Jan 1961 1992 3000SC 2 8:32.06 7BLR 8 Vladimir Dubrovshchik 7 Jan 1972 1994 DT 1 64.54 8BLR 8 Ivan Tikhon 24 Jul 1976 2006 HT 2 80.00 8BUL 6 Khristo Markov 27 Jan 1965 1985 TJ 3 17.13 6CZE 0 Karel Bláha 1 Jun 1975 2002 4x400 DQ 0CZE 1 Milan Gombala 29 Jan 1968 1994 LJ 8 7.37 1CZE 9 Tomás Janku 27 Dec 1974 2006 HJ 1 2.28 9CZE 7 Jirí Muzík 1 Sep 1976 2002 400H 4 49.28 7ESP 5 José Manuel Abascal 17 Mar 1958 1985 1500 4 3:42.16 5ESP 7 Abel Antón 24 Oct 1962 1992 5000 4 14:11.48 5

1994 5000 7 13:55.02 2ESP 2 Gustavo Becker (See also ESP) 17 Jun 1966 1992 HJ 7 2.15 2ESP 5 Fermin Cacho (See also ESP) 16 Feb 1969 1992 1500 4 3:42.78 5ESP 3 Tomás de Teresa (See also ESP) 5 Sep 1968 1994 800 6 1:48.04 3ESP 4 Jesús España 21 Aug 1978 2006 3000 6 7:50.09 4ESP 1.25 Angel Heras 18 Sep 1958 1985 4x400 4 3:01.46 1.25ESP 7 Antonio Serrano 8 Mar 1965 1992 10,000 2 28:54.38 7ESP 9 Isaac Viciosa 26 Dec 1969 1994 1500 7 3:47.22 2

1998 3000 2 7:56.47 7FIN 1 Antti Haapakoski 6 Feb 1971 1994 110H 8 14.11 1FIN 6 Jukka Keskisalo 27 Mar 1981 2006 3000SC 4 8:29.42 6FIN 7 Pentti Sinersaari 5 Oct 1956 1981 JT 3 83.26 7FIN 14 Reijo Ståhlberg 21 Sep 1952 1977 SP 2 20.46 7

1979 SP 2 20.05 7FIN 3 Ari Suhonen 19 Dec 1965 1989 800 7 1:47.45 3FIN 5 Markku Tuokko 24 Jun 1951 1977 DT 4 61.36 5FIN 5 Martti Vainio 30 Dec 1950 1981 10,000 5 27:48.62 5FRA 7 Patrick Abada 20 Mar 1954 1979 PV 2 5.45 7FRA 7 Mehdi Baala 17 Aug 1978 2002 1500 3 3:38.04 7FRA 2 Abdellah Béhar 5 Jul 1963 1998 5000 7 14:24.41 2FRA 8 Jean-Michel Bellot 16 Dec 1953 1981 PV 2 5.55 8FRA 2 Aldo Canti 9 Mar 1961 1985 400 7 46.21 2FRA 0.75 Christophe Cheval 25 Feb 1971 1998 4x100 6 38.80 0.75FRA 23 Philippe Collet 13 Dec 1963 1985 PV 2 5.60 7

1989 PV 1 5.75 91992 PV 2 5.40 7

FRA 1.75 Francis Demarthon 8 Aug 1950 1977 4x400 2 3:02.47 1.75FRA 8.5 Stéphane Diagana 23 Jul 1969 1992 400H 3 49.34 6

1992 4x400 5 3:04.53 11994 4x400 3 3:03.26 1.5

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EUR FRA 0.75 Marc Foucan 14 Oct 1971 1998 4x400 6 3:03.95 0.75FRA 7 Jean Galfione 9 Jun 1971 1994 PV 2 5.75 7FRA 0.75 Needy Guims 8 Sep 1974 1998 4x100 6 38.80 0.75FRA 4 Serge Hélan 24 Feb 1964 1994 TJ 5 16.67 4FRA 0.75 Frédéric Krantz 3 Sep 1978 1998 4x100 6 38.80 0.75FRA 1 Bernard Lamitié 27 Jun 1946 1979 TJ 8 15.86 1FRA 1 Hermann Lomba 11 Oct 1960 1994 4x100 5 39.46 1FRA 0.75 Thierry Lubin 10 Nov 1970 1998 4x100 6 38.80 0.75FRA 3 Joseph Mahmoud 13 Dec 1955 1985 3000SC 6 8:50.86 3FRA 1.75 Bruno Marie-Rose 20 May 1965 1989 4x100 3 38.47 1.75FRA 1.75 Max Morinière 16 Feb 1964 1989 4x100 3 38.47 1.75FRA 1 Eric Perrot 26 Aug 1969 1994 4x100 5 39.46 1FRA 1.75 Gilles Quénéhervé 17 May 1966 1989 4x100 3 38.47 1.75FRA 9.75 Daniel Sangouma 7 Feb 1965 1989 100 3 10.17 7

1989 4x100 3 38.47 1.751994 4x100 5 39.46 1

FRA 7 Smail Sghir 16 Mar 1972 2002 5000 3 13:32.82 7FRA 1 Jean-Charles Trouabal 20 May 1965 1994 4x100 5 39.46 1FRG 7 Rolf Danneberg 1 Mar 1953 1989 DT 3 65.30 7FRG 1 Norbert Dobeleit 17 Jul 1964 1989 4x400 6 3:02.95 1FRG 6.75 Franz-Peter Hofmeister (See also FRG) 5 Aug 1951 1979 400 4 46.36 5

1979 4x400 2 3:00.80 1.75FRG 4 Edgar Itt 8 Jun 1967 1989 400 7 45.69 3

1989 4x400 6 3:02.95 1FRG 1.25 Klaus Just 29 Mar 1964 1985 4x400 4 3:01.46 1.25FRG 8 Gerd Nagel 22 Oct 1957 1981 HJ 2 2.26 8FRG 6 Ralf Reichenbach (See also FRG) 31 Jul 1950 1981 SP 4 19.18 6FRG 15 Karl-Hans Riehm (See also FRG) 31 May 1951 1979 HT 2 75.88 7

1981 HT 2 75.60 8FRG 14.75 Harald Schmid (See also FRG) 29 Sep 1957 1979 400H 2 48.71 7

1979 4x400 2 3:00.80 1.751985 400H 3 48.83 6

FRG 1.25 Jörg Vaihinger 8 Oct 1962 1985 4x400 4 3:01.46 1.25FRG 8 Hartmut Weber 17 Oct 1960 1981 400 4 45.52 6

1981 4x400 2 3:01.47 2FRG 9 Heinz Weis (See also GER) 14 Jul 1963 1989 HT 1 77.68 9FRG 8 Thomas Wessinghage (See also FRG) 22 Feb 1952 1979 1500 1 3:46.00 8FRG 5 Michael Wessing (See also FRG) 29 Aug 1952 1979 JT 4 81.06 5FRG 6 Willi Wülbeck (See also FRG) 18 Dec 1954 1979 800 3 1:47.88 6GBR 2 Dwain Chambers (See also GBR) 5 Apr 1978 2006 4x100 2 38.45 2GBR 9 Sebastian Coe (See also GBR) 29 Sep 1956 1981 800 1 1:46.16 9GBR 2 Marlon Devonish (See also GBR) 1 Jun 1976 2006 4x100 2 38.45 2GBR 2 Dwayne Grant 17 Jul 1982 2006 4x100 2 38.45 2GBR 1.75 David Jenkins 25 May 1952 1977 4x400 2 3:02.47 1.75GBR 2 Mark Lewis-Francis 4 Sep 1982 2006 4x100 2 38.45 2GBR 5 David Ottley 5 Aug 1955 1985 JT 4 87.00 5GBR 18 Steve Ovett 9 Oct 1955 1977 1500 1 3:34.45 9

1981 1500 1 3:34.95 9GBR 5 Alan Pascoe 11 Oct 1947 1977 400H 4 49.73 5GBR 5 Nick Rose 30 Dec 1951 1977 5000 4 13:20.35 5GBR 17 Allan Wells 3 May 1952 1981 100 1 10.20 9

1981 200 2 20.53 8GER 9 Ralf Bartels (See also GER) 21 Feb 1978 2006 SP 1 20.67 9GER 0.5 Steffen Bringmann (See also GDR) 11 Mar 1964 1992 4x100 7 39.67 0.5GER 1 Jens Carlowitz (See also GDR) 8 Aug 1964 1992 4x400 5 3:04.53 1GER 6 Jan Fitschen 2 May 1977 2006 5000 4 13:45.38 6GER 1.25 Kamghe Gaba 13 Jan 1984 2006 4x400 5 3:03.90 1.25GER 1 Rico Lieder 25 Mar 1971 1992 4x400 5 3:04.53 1GRE 0.75 Kostás Kénteris 11 Jun 1973 1998 4x400 6 3:03.95 0.75GRE 4 Kostas Koukodimos 14 Sep 1969 1992 LJ 5 7.71 4GRE 3 Haralambos Papadias 24 Jan 1975 1998 100 6 10.15 3HUN 9 Adrián Annus 28 Jun 1973 2002 HT 1 80.93 9HUN 3.5 György Bakos 6 Jul 1960 1985 110H 5 13.83 3.5HUN 5 Béla Bakosi 18 Jun 1957 1981 TJ 5 16.70 5HUN 9 Róbert Fazekas 18 Aug 1975 2002 DT 1 71.25 9HUN 16 Tibor Gécsek 22 Sep 1964 1992 HT 1 80.44 8

1998 HT 1 82.68 8HUN 6 Miklós Németh 23 Oct 1946 1977 JT 3 80.82 6HUN 9 László Szalma 27 Oct 1957 1981 LJ 7 7.65 3

1985 LJ 3 8.09 6

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EUR HUN 3 Zsolt Szeglet 4 May 1977 2002 400 8 46.26 3IRL 9 Eamonn Coghlan 24 Nov 1952 1981 5000 1 14:08.39 9IRL 8 John Doherty 22 Jul 1961 1989 5000 2 13:25.39 8IRL 2 John Treacy 4 Jun 1957 1979 10,000 7 29:25.30 2ISL 4 Sigurdur Einarsson 28 Sep 1962 1989 JT 6 73.54 4ISR 4 Aleksandr Averbukh 1 Oct 1974 2002 PV NH 0

2006 PV 5 5.50 4ITA 6 Alessandro Andrei (See also ITA) 3 Jan 1959 1985 SP 3 21.14 6ITA 9 Salvatore Antibo 7 Feb 1962 1989 10,000 1 28:05.26 9ITA 1.25 Andrea Barberi 15 Jan 1979 2006 4x400 5 3:03.90 1.25ITA 6 Andrea Benvenuti 13 Dec 1969 1992 800 3 1:46.53 6ITA 6 Gennaro Di Napoli 5 Mar 1968 1989 1500 4 3:36.65 6ITA 8 Andrew Howe 12 May 1985 2006 LJ 2 8.12 8ITA 19 Alessandro Lambruschini 7 Jan 1965 1989 3000SC 2 8:21.75 8

1994 3000SC 3 8:40.34 61998 3000SC 4 8:54.10 5

ITA 1.5 Giorgio Marras 15 Oct 1971 1992 100 8 10.70 11992 4x100 7 39.67 0.5

ITA 7 Stefano Mei 3 Feb 1963 1985 5000 2 14:05.99 7ITA 0.5 Marco Menchini 20 Nov 1968 1992 4x100 7 39.67 0.5ITA 12 Pietro Mennea 28 Jun 1952 1977 100 4 10.37 5

1977 200 2 20.17 7ITA 1 Andrea Nuti 8 Apr 1967 1992 4x400 5 3:04.53 1ITA 2.25 Pierfrancesco Pavoni (See also ITA) 21 Feb 1963 1985 4x100 5 38.76 1

1985 4x400 4 3:01.46 1.25ITA 1 Roberto Ribaud 30 Jun 1961 1989 4x400 6 3:02.95 1ITA 4 Ashraf Saber 2 Apr 1973 1998 400 5 46.54 4ITA 6 Mariano Scartezzini (See also ITA) 7 Nov 1954 1979 3000SC 3 8:29.44 6ITA 5 Carlo Simionato (See also ITA) 7 Jan 1961 1985 200 5 21.09 4

1985 4x100 5 38.76 1ITA 7 Stefano Tilli 22 Aug 1962 1985 4x100 5 38.76 1

1989 200 4 20.41 6ITA 1 Antonio Ullo 7 Jan 1963 1985 4x100 5 38.76 1ITA 0.75 Marco Vaccari 17 Jul 1966 1998 4x400 6 3:03.95 0.75LAT 5 Maris Bruziks 25 Aug 1962 1992 TJ 4 17.01 5LAT 13 Stanislav Olijar 22 Mar 1979 2002 110H 3 13.58 7

2006 110H 4 13.15 6LTU 17 Virgilijus Alekna 13 Feb 1972 1998 DT 1 69.66 8

2006 DT 1 67.19 9LTU 5 Romas Ubartas 26 May 1960 1992 DT 4 61.52 5NED 6 Troy Douglas (See also AME/BER) 30 Nov 1962 1998 200 3 20.40 6NED 4 Rob Druppers 29 Apr 1962 1985 800 5 1:46.27 4NED 2 Koen Gijsbers 22 Apr 1958 1981 4x400 2 3:01.47 2NED 6 Jos Hermens 8 Jan 1950 1977 10,000 3 28:35.00 6NED 5 Robin Korving 29 Jul 1974 1998 110H 4 13.25 5NED 6 Emiel Mellaard 21 Mar 1966 1989 LJ 4 7.82 6NED 8.75 Harry Schulting 11 Feb 1956 1979 4x400 2 3:00.80 1.75

1981 400H 3 49.69 7NED 8 Bram Som 20 Feb 1980 2006 800 2 1:45.13 8NED 5 Simon Vroemen 11 May 1969 2002 3000SC 5 8:36.06 5NOR 5 Knut Hjeltnes 8 Dec 1951 1979 DT 4 63.50 5NOR 5 Steinar Hoen 8 Feb 1971 1994 HJ 4 2.25 5NOR 6 Geir Moen 26 Jun 1969 1994 200 3 20.72 6NOR 9 Andreas Thorkildsen 1 Apr 1982 2006 JT 1 87.17 9POL 1.5 Jerzy Brunner 4 Jun 1959 1979 4x100 3 38.85 1.5POL 3 Grzegorz Cybulski 23 Nov 1951 1979 LJ 6 7.66 3POL 6.25 Daniel Dabrowski 23 Sep 1983 2006 400 5 45.61 5

2006 4x400 5 3:03.90 1.25POL 10.75 Leszek Dunecki 2 Oct 1956 1979 200 2 20.50 7

1979 4x100 3 38.85 1.51981 4x100 1 38.73 2.25

POL 5.75 Pawel Januszewski 2 Jan 1972 1998 400H 4 48.49 51998 4x400 6 3:03.95 0.75

POL 7 Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz 8 Dec 1953 1977 PV 2 5.55 7POL 3.75 Zenon Licznerski 27 Nov 1954 1979 4x100 3 38.85 1.5

1981 4x100 1 38.73 2.25POL 9 Boguslaw Maminski 18 Dec 1955 1981 3000SC 1 8:19.89 9POL 7 Marek Plawgo 25 Feb 1981 2006 400H 3 48.76 7POL 8.5 Ryszard Podlas 29 Jul 1957 1977 400 4 45.60 5

1977 4x400 2 3:02.47 1.751979 4x400 2 3:00.80 1.75

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EUR POL 9 Jan Pusty 3 Jun 1952 1977 110H 4 13.66 51979 110H 5 13.88 4

POL 1.25 Rafal Wieruszewski 24 Feb 1981 2006 4x400 5 3:03.90 1.25POL 11.75 Marian Woronin 13 Aug 1956 1979 100 3 10.28 6

1979 4x100 3 38.85 1.51981 4x100 1 38.73 2.251985 100 7 10.45 2

POL 13 Jacek Wszola 30 Dec 1956 1977 HJ 3 2.24 61979 HJ 2 2.27 7

POL 2.25 Krzysztof Zwolinski 2 Jan 1959 1981 4x100 1 38.73 2.25POR 30 Francis Obikwelu 22 Nov 1978 2002 100 3 10.09 7

2002 200 1 20.18 92002 4x400 DQ 02006 100 2 10.09 82006 200 4 20.36 6

POR 7 Rui Silva 3 Aug 1977 1998 1500 2 3:40.95 7ROU 7 Marian Oprea 6 Jun 1982 2006 TJ 3 17.05 7RUS 1.5 Dmitriy Golovastov (See also EUN) 14 Jul 1971 1994 4x400 3 3:03.26 1.5RUS 7 Denis Kapustin 5 Oct 1970 1998 TJ 2 17.32 7RUS 6 Sergey Klyugin 24 Mar 1974 1998 HJ 3 2.28 6RUS 16 Sergey Makarov 19 Mar 1973 1998 JT 2 86.96 7

2002 JT 1 86.44 9RUS 5 Alex Porkhomovskiy 12 Aug 1972 1994 100 4 10.40 5RUS 9 Yaroslav Rybakov 22 Nov 1980 2002 HJ 1 2.31 9RUS 5 Vasiliy Sidorenko 1 May 1961 1994 HT 4 76.34 5RUS 5 Kiril Sosunov 1 Nov 1975 1998 LJ 4 8.08 5RUS 8 Maksim Tarasov 2 Dec 1970 1998 PV 1 5.85 8RUS 1.5 Mikhail Vdovin 15 Jan 1967 1994 4x400 3 3:03.26 1.5SUI 10 André Bucher 19 Oct 1976 1998 800 5 1:49.55 4

2002 800 4 1:45.31 6SUI 14 Werner Günthör 11 Jul 1961 1989 SP 2 21.40 8

1992 SP 3 19.75 6SUI 5.5 Mathias Rusterholz 16 Aug 1971 1994 400 5 45.92 4

1994 4x400 3 3:03.26 1.5SUI 6 Markus Ryffel 5 Feb 1955 1979 5000 3 13:38.60 6SVK 3 Róbert Stefko 28 May 1968 1994 10,000 6 28:45.32 3SWE 3 Claes Albihn 12 May 1971 1992 110H 6 14.12 3SWE 5 Patrik Bodén 30 Jun 1967 1994 JT 4 80.86 5SWE 0 Dan Glans 2 May 1947 1977 3000SC DNF 0SWE 2 Eric Josjö 30 Aug 1961 1981 4x400 2 3:01.47 2SWE 8 Christian Olsson 25 Jan 1980 2002 TJ 3 17.05 8SWE 17 Patrik Sjöberg 5 Jan 1965 1985 HJ 1 2.31 8

1989 HJ 1 2.34 9TCH 12 Imrich Bugár 14 Apr 1955 1981 DT 3 64.38 7

1985 DT 4 62.96 5TCH 7 Julius Ivan 25 Mar 1954 1981 110H 3 13.66 7TCH 6 Jozef Kucej 23 Mar 1965 1989 400H 4 49.73 6TCH 4 Jozef Plachy 28 Feb 1949 1977 800 5 1:45.53 4TCH 5 Frantisek Vrbka 23 Feb 1958 1985 HT 4 71.62 5TCH 8 Jan Zelezny 16 Jun 1966 1992 JT 1 88.26 8UKR 7 Aleksandr Bagach 21 Nov 1966 1998 SP 2 20.45 7UKR 5 Yuriy Belonog 9 Mar 1974 2002 SP 5 19.88 5UKR 1.5 Anatoliy Dovgal 29 Jan 1976 2002 4x100 4 38.86 1.5UKR 8 Ivan Heshko 19 Aug 1979 2006 1500 2 3:53.33 8UKR 1.5 Aleksandr Kaydash 30 May 1976 2002 4x100 4 38.86 1.5

2002 4x400 DQ 0UKR 7 Aleksandr Klimenko 27 Mar 1970 1994 SP 2 19.16 7UKR 4 Sergiy Lebid 15 Jul 1975 2002 3000 7 8:08.65 4UKR 4 Aleksey Lukashevich 11 Jan 1977 2002 LJ 7 7.83 4UKR 1.5 Konstantin Rurak 9 Apr 1974 2002 4x100 4 38.86 1.5UKR 7 Oleg Tverdokhleb (See also EUN) 3 Nov 1969 1994 400H 2 49.26 7UKR 1.5 Kostyantyn Vasyukov 10 Jan 1981 2002 4x100 4 38.86 1.5URS 1.25 Aleksandr Aksinin (See also URS) 4 Nov 1954 1977 4x100 4 39.05 1.25URS 1.25 Valeriy Borzov 20 Oct 1949 1977 4x100 4 39.05 1.25URS 8 Vladimir Inosiemtsev 25 May 1964 1989 TJ 2 17.31 8URS 1.25 Nikolay Kolesnikov (See also URS) 8 Sep 1953 1977 4x100 4 39.05 1.25URS 1 Vladimir Krylov (See also URS) 26 Feb 1964 1989 4x400 6 3:02.95 1URS 7 Anatoliy Piskulin 1 Dec 1952 1977 TJ 2 16.61 7URS 5 Yuriy Sedykh (See also URS) 11 Jun 1955 1977 HT 4 72.20 5URS 1.25 Juris Silovs 30 Aug 1950 1977 4x100 4 39.05 1.25

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EUR YUG 1.75 Josip Alebic 7 Jan 1947 1977 4x400 2 3:02.47 1.75YUG 4 Slobodan Brankovic 1 Oct 1967 1992 400 5 46.87 4YUG 5 Nenad Stekic 7 Mar 1951 1977 LJ 4 7.79 5

79 FRA FRA 4 Gaëtan Bucki 9 May 1980 2006 SP 6 19.40 4FRA 0.75 Fabrice Calligny 7 Nov 1981 2006 4x100 7 39.67 0.75FRA 2 Berenger Demerval 29 Apr 1982 2006 JT 8 67.68 2FRA 0.75 Dimitri Demonière 28 Mar 1979 2006 4x100 7 39.67 0.75FRA 1.5 Leslie Djhone 18 Mar 1981 2006 4x400 4 3:03.85 1.5FRA 1 Christoph Épalle 23 Jan 1969 2006 HT 9 71.43 1FRA 0.75 Oudère Kankarafou 8 Dec 1983 2006 4x100 7 39.67 0.75FRA 3 Julien Kapek 12 Jan 1979 2006 TJ 7 16.56 3FRA 6.5 Naman Keita 9 Apr 1978 2006 400H 5 49.53 5

2006 4x400 4 3:03.85 1.5FRA 3 Florent Lacasse 21 Jan 1981 2006 800 7 1:47.30 3FRA 5 Cédric Lavanne 13 Nov 1980 2006 110H 5 13.56 5FRA 7 Driss Maazouzi 15 Oct 1969 2006 3000 3 7:47.80 7FRA 2 Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad 15 Mar 1985 2006 1500 8 3:55.89 2FRA 6 Romain Mesnil 13 Jul 1977 2006 PV 4 5.60 6FRA 0.75 Aimé-Issa Nthépé 26 Jun 1973 2006 4x100 7 39.67 0.75FRA 1.5 Brice Panel 13 Jun 1983 2006 4x400 4 3:03.85 1.5FRA 5 Ronald Pognon 16 Nov 1982 2006 100 5 10.17 5FRA 3 Mustapha Raifak 9 Sep 1975 2006 HJ 7 2.10 3FRA 4.5 Marc Raquil 2 Apr 1977 2006 400 7 46.26 3

2006 4x400 4 3:03.85 1.5FRA 4 Jean-Claude Retel 11 Feb 1968 2006 DT 6 58.18 4FRA 1 Manuel Reynaert 5 Jun 1985 2006 200 9 21.87 1FRA 5 Salim Sdiri 26 Oct 1978 2006 LJ 5 8.03 5FRA 7 Bouabdallah Tahri 20 Dec 1978 2006 3000SC 3 8:29.06 7FRA 4 Khalid Zoubaa 27 Apr 1977 2006 5000 6 13:49.44 4

112 FRG FRG 5 Werner Bastians 2 Feb 1957 1977 100 5 10.57 41977 4x100 5 39.20 1

FRG 7 Hans Baumgartner 30 May 1949 1977 LJ 2 7.96 7FRG 3 Karl Fleschen 28 Jun 1955 1977 5000 6 13:31.70 3FRG 3 Dieter Gebhard 14 Feb 1952 1977 110H 6 14.09 3FRG 1 Michael Gruse 3 Feb 1956 1977 4x100 5 39.20 1FRG 2.25 Bernd Herrmann 22 Nov 1951 1977 4x400 1 3:01.24 2.25FRG 6.25 Franz-Peter Hofmeister (See also EUR/FRG)5 Aug 1951 1977 400 5 45.78 4

1977 4x400 1 3:01.24 2.25FRG 9 Michael Karst 28 Jan 1952 1977 3000SC 1 8:21.60 9FRG 3 Wolfgang Kolmsee 25 Sep 1954 1977 TJ 6 16.24 3FRG 2.25 Lothar Krieg 10 Dec 1955 1977 4x400 1 3:01.24 2.25FRG 3 Günther Lohre 12 May 1953 1977 PV 6 5.10 3FRG 6 Hein-Direck Neu 13 Feb 1944 1977 DT 3 62.64 6FRG 6 Ralf Reichenbach (See also EUR/FRG) 31 Jul 1950 1977 SP 3 19.97 6FRG 9 Karl-Hans Riehm (See also EUR/FRG) 31 May 1951 1977 HT 1 75.64 9FRG 5 Bernd Sattler 4 Aug 1958 1977 200 5 20.98 4

1977 4x100 5 39.20 1FRG 8.25 Harald Schmid (See also EUR/FRG) 29 Sep 1957 1977 400H 3 48.85 6

1977 4x400 1 3:01.24 2.25FRG 1 Dieter Steinmann 2 Apr 1950 1977 4x100 5 39.20 1FRG 5 Carlo Thränhardt 5 Jul 1957 1977 HJ 4 2.21 5FRG 5 Detlef Uhlemann 24 Sep 1949 1977 10,000 4 28:38.70 5FRG 7 Thomas Wessinghage (See also EUR/FRG)22 Feb 1952 1977 1500 2 3:35.98 7FRG 9 Michael Wessing (See also EUR/FRG) 29 Aug 1952 1977 JT 1 87.46 9FRG 6 Willi Wülbeck (See also EUR/FRG) 18 Dec 1954 1977 800 3 1:45.47 6

423 GBR GBR 2 Larry Achike 31 Jan 1975 1998 TJ 7 16.69 2GBR 7 Marcus Adam 28 Feb 1968 1989 200 5 20.67 5

1989 4x100 2 38.34 2GBR 8.5 Kriss Akabusi 28 Nov 1958 1989 400H 3 49.42 7

1989 4x400 4 3:02.64 1.5GBR 3 Andy Ashurst 2 Jan 1965 1989 PV 7 5.40 3GBR 25 Steve Backley 12 Feb 1969 1989 JT 1 85.90 9

1994 JT 1 85.02 81998 JT 1 88.71 82002 JT 4 79.39 0

GBR 2 Sean Baldock 3 Dec 1976 1998 4x400 1 2:59.71 2GBR 0 Jonathan Barbour 3 Nov 1980 2002 4x100 6 39.23 0GBR 5.25 Jamie Baulch 3 May 1973 1992 4x100 4 39.40 1.25

1994 4x400 1 3:01.34 21998 4x400 1 2:59.71 22002 4x400 4 3:03.34 0

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GBR GBR 0 Tim Benjamin 2 May 1982 2002 400 6 45.80 02002 4x400 4 3:03.34 0

GBR 1.5 Todd Bennett 6 Jul 1962 1989 4x400 4 3:02.64 1.5GBR 2 Roger Black 31 Mar 1966 1994 4x400 1 3:01.34 2GBR 2 Tony Borsumato 13 Dec 1973 1998 400H 7 49.86 2GBR 2 Darren Braithwaite 20 Jan 1969 1994 4x100 1 38.46 2GBR 1.5 Phil Brown 6 Jan 1962 1989 4x400 4 3:02.64 1.5GBR 6 Jack Buckner 22 Sep 1961 1989 5000 4 13:26.89 6GBR 2 Neil Caddy 18 Mar 1975 1998 3000 7 8:16.81 2GBR 3 Gary Cadogan 8 Oct 1966 1994 400H 6 50.48 3GBR 2 Clarence Callender 16 Nov 1961 1989 4x100 2 38.34 2GBR 1.25 Darren Campbell 12 Sep 1973 1992 4x100 4 39.40 1.25GBR 0 Ben Challenger 7 Mar 1978 2002 HJ 3 2.20 0GBR 8 Dwain Chambers (See also EUR/GBR) 5 Apr 1978 1998 100 3 10.03 6

1998 4x100 1 38.09 22002 100 DQ 10.16 0

GBR 36 Linford Christie 2 Apr 1960 1989 100 1 10.10 91989 4x100 2 38.34 21992 100 1 10.21 81992 200 2 20.72 71994 100 1 10.21 81994 4x100 1 38.46 2

GBR 8 Sebastian Coe (See also EUR/GBR) 29 Sep 1956 1989 1500 2 3:35.79 8GBR 4.75 Allyn Condon 24 Aug 1974 1992 4x100 4 39.40 1.25

1992 4x400 3 3:03.32 1.51998 4x100 1 38.09 2

GBR 4 Keith Cullen 13 Jun 1972 1998 5000 5 14:13.32 4GBR 0 Jared Deacon 15 Oct 1975 2002 4x400 4 3:03.34 0GBR 6 Rob Denmark 23 Nov 1968 1994 10,000 3 28:20.65 6GBR 2 Marlon Devonish (See also EUR/GBR) 1 Jun 1976 1998 4x100 1 38.09 2

2002 200 3 20.32 02002 4x100 6 39.23 0

GBR 0 Michael East 20 Jan 1978 2002 1500 6 3:41.88 0GBR 15 Jonathan Edwards 10 May 1966 1989 TJ 3 17.28 7

1992 TJ 1 17.34 82002 TJ 1 17.34 0

GBR 3 Mike Edwards 19 Oct 1968 1998 PV 6 5.40 3GBR 4 Paul Edwards 16 Feb 1959 1992 SP 5 18.61 4GBR 0 Matthew Elias 25 Apr 1979 2002 4x400 4 3:03.34 0GBR 6 Simon Fairbrother 28 Mar 1968 1992 1500 3 3:40.30 6GBR 7 Stewart Faulkner 19 Feb 1969 1989 LJ 3 7.84 7GBR 1.25 Jason Fergus 11 Oct 1973 1992 4x100 4 39.40 1.25GBR 5 Mark Forsythe 10 Aug 1965 1992 LJ 4 7.81 5GBR 2 Julian Golding 17 Feb 1975 1998 4x100 1 38.09 2GBR 7 Julian Golley 12 Sep 1971 1994 TJ 2 17.06 7GBR 10 Dalton Grant 8 Apr 1966 1989 HJ 2 2.31 8

1998 HJ 6 2.10 2GBR 5 Ian Hamer 18 Apr 1965 1992 10,000 4 29:14.05 5GBR 5 Tom Hanlon 20 May 1967 1989 3000SC 5 8:28.34 5GBR 3 Andy Hart 13 Sep 1969 1998 800 6 1:50.07 3GBR 4 Paul Head 1 Jul 1965 1992 HT 6 70.32 3

1994 HT 8 68.38 1GBR 4 Mick Hill 22 Oct 1964 1992 JT 5 76.84 4GBR 2 Mark Hylton 24 Sep 1976 1998 4x400 1 2:59.71 2GBR 23 Colin Jackson 18 Feb 1967 1989 110H 2 12.95 8

1992 110H 1 13.07 81998 110H 2 13.11 72002 110H DQ 22.16 0

GBR 10 Tony Jarrett 13 Aug 1968 1994 110H 1 13.23 81994 4x100 1 38.46 2

GBR 4 Mick Jones 23 Jul 1963 1998 HT 5 72.89 42002 HT 8 66.92 0

GBR 4 Gary Lough 6 Jul 1970 1994 1500 5 3:44.10 4GBR 0 Christian Malcolm 3 Jun 1979 2002 4x100 6 39.23 0GBR 3 Paul Mardle 10 Nov 1962 1989 DT 7 56.52 3GBR 2 John Mayock 26 Oct 1970 1992 5000 7 14:16.95 2

2002 5000 5 13:38.63 0GBR 0 James McIlroy 30 Dec 1976 2002 800 8 1:48.43 0GBR 9 Tom McKean 27 Oct 1963 1989 800 1 1:44.95 9GBR 2 David McKenzie 3 Sep 1970 1994 4x400 1 3:01.34 2

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GBR GBR 0 Carl Myerscough 21 Oct 1979 2002 SP 7 19.13 0GBR 7 John Nuttall 11 Jan 1967 1994 5000 2 13:32.47 7GBR 3 Shane Peacock 5 Mar 1963 1989 HT 7 67.68 3GBR 1 Steven Phillips 17 Mar 1972 1998 LJ 8 7.66 1GBR 0 Daniel Plummer 4 Jan 1981 2002 4x100 6 39.23 0GBR 4 Mark Proctor 15 Jan 1963 1998 SP 5 19.66 4GBR 0 Chris Rawlinson 19 May 1972 2002 400H 3 49.18 0GBR 2.5 Derek Redmond 3 Sep 1965 1989 400 9 46.68 1

1989 4x400 4 3:02.64 1.5GBR 12 John Regis 13 Oct 1966 1989 4x100 2 38.34 2

1994 200 1 20.45 81994 4x100 1 38.46 2

GBR 6 Brendan Reilly 23 Dec 1972 1992 HJ 3 2.26 6GBR 8.5 Mark Richardson 26 Jul 1972 1992 400 2 45.86 7

1992 4x400 3 3:03.32 1.5GBR 8.5 Jon Ridgeon 14 Feb 1967 1992 400H 2 49.01 7

1992 4x400 3 3:03.32 1.5GBR 8 Fred Salle 10 Sep 1964 1994 LJ 1 8.10 8GBR 8 David Sharpe 8 Jul 1967 1992 800 1 1:46.06 8GBR 1 Glen Smith 21 May 1972 1992 DT 8 53.76 1GBR 6 Steve Smith 29 Mar 1973 1994 HJ 3 2.28 6GBR 1 Nigel Spratley 1 Apr 1970 1994 SP 8 17.20 1GBR 2 Gary Staines 3 Jul 1963 1989 10,000 8 28:39.50 2GBR 4 Christian Stephenson 22 Jul 1974 1998 3000SC 5 8:55.67 4GBR 0 Stuart Stokes 5 Dec 1976 2002 3000SC 8 8:43.38 0GBR 10 Iwan Thomas 5 Jan 1974 1998 400 1 45.33 8

1998 4x400 1 2:59.71 2GBR 0 Tim Thomas 18 Nov 1973 2002 PV 7 5.00 0GBR 10.5 Duʼaine Thorne-Ladejo 14 Feb 1971 1992 4x400 3 3:03.32 1.5

1994 400 2 45.44 71994 4x400 1 3:01.34 2

GBR 0 Chris Tomlinson 15 Sep 1981 2002 LJ 6 7.85 0GBR 4 Doug Turner 2 Dec 1966 1998 200 5 20.51 4GBR 8 Colin Walker 29 Oct 1962 1992 3000SC 6 8:47.61 3

1994 3000SC 4 8:41.14 5GBR 6 Bob Weir 4 Feb 1961 1994 DT 7 55.86 2

1998 DT 5 64.39 42002 DT 7 58.91 0

GBR 6 Anthony Whiteman 13 Nov 1971 1998 1500 3 3:40.99 62002 3000 5 8:03.33 0

GBR 5 Simon Williams 17 Oct 1967 1989 SP 5 18.49 5GBR 6 Craig Winrow 22 Dec 1971 1994 800 3 1:47.16 6GBR 0 Neil Winter 21 Mar 1974 1992 PV NH 0

1994 PV NH 0595.5 GDR GDR 1.25 Günter Arnold 13 Mar 1951 1977 4x400 4 3:03.91 1.25

GDR 0.75 Udo Bauer 22 Jan 1959 1979 4x400 6 3:05.27 0.75GDR 4 Frank Baumgartl 29 May 1955 1977 3000SC 5 8:26.40 4GDR 29.25 Volker Beck 30 Jun 1956 1977 400 2 45.50 7

1977 400H 2 48.83 71977 4x400 4 3:03.91 1.251979 400H 4 49.66 51981 400H 2 49.16 81981 4x400 6 3:03.63 1

GDR 14 Rolf Beilschmidt 8 Aug 1953 1977 HJ 1 2.30 91979 HJ 4 2.24 5

GDR 22.25 Olaf Beyer 4 Aug 1957 1977 800 7 1:46.59 21977 4x400 4 3:03.91 1.251979 800 4 1:47.90 51981 1500 3 3:35.58 71985 1500 2 3:41.26 7

GDR 26 Udo Beyer 9 Aug 1955 1977 SP 1 21.74 91979 SP 1 20.45 81981 SP 1 21.40 9

GDR 6.5 Steffen Bringmann (See also EUR/GER) 11 Mar 1964 1985 4x100 4 38.39 1.251989 200 6 20.74 41989 4x100 5 39.02 1.25

GDR 9.25 Jens Carlowitz (See also EUR/GER) 8 Aug 1964 1989 400 2 44.86 81989 4x400 5 3:02.73 1.25

GDR 5 Marco Delonge 16 Jun 1966 1989 LJ 5 7.82 5GDR 10 Lutz Dombrowski 25 Jun 1959 1979 LJ 2 8.27 7

1981 TJ 7 16.33 3

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GDR GDR 30.25 Frank Emmelmann 15 Sep 1961 1981 100 3 10.31 71981 200 3 20.57 71981 4x100 2 38.79 21985 100 3 10.17 61985 200 2 20.51 71985 4x100 4 38.39 1.25

GDR 6 Hans-Jürgen Ende 19 Feb 1962 1985 400H 5 50.22 41989 400H 8 51.47 2

GDR 7 Jörg Freimuth 10 Sep 1961 1981 HJ 3 2.24 7GDR 6 Jörg Friess 27 Oct 1968 1989 TJ 4 16.85 6GDR 1.25 Steffen Görmer (See also GER) 28 Jul 1968 1989 4x100 5 39.02 1.25GDR 3 Lothar Gora 22 Sep 1954 1979 TJ 6 16.31 3GDR 7 Ralf Haber 18 Aug 1962 1989 HT 3 76.28 7GDR 7 Volker Hadwich 23 Sep 1964 1989 JT 3 80.30 7GDR 15 Wolfgang Hanisch 6 Mar 1951 1977 JT 2 84.28 7

1979 JT 1 86.48 8GDR 2.5 Torsten Heimrath 14 May 1963 1985 4x100 4 38.39 1.25

1989 4x100 5 39.02 1.25GDR 5 Frank Heine 21 Aug 1963 1985 5000 4 14:07.60 5GDR 15 Jens-Peter Herold 2 Jun 1965 1989 800 2 1:45.04 8

1989 1500 3 3:35.87 7GDR 7 Bernhard Hoff 10 Jan 1959 1979 200 4 20.73 5

1981 4x100 2 38.79 2GDR 8 Uwe Hohn 16 Jul 1962 1985 JT 1 96.96 8GDR 2 Frank Hollender 19 Nov 1959 1981 4x100 2 38.79 2GDR 6 Klaus Hufnagel 16 Jun 1955 1977 TJ 3 16.43 6GDR 1.25 Karsten Just 17 Sep 1968 1989 4x400 5 3:02.73 1.25GDR 5 Andreas Knebel 21 Jun 1960 1981 400 6 45.86 4

1981 4x400 6 3:03.63 1GDR 1.75 Manfred Kokot 3 Jan 1948 1977 4x100 2 38.57 1.75GDR 1.25 Reinhard Kokot 22 Apr 1953 1977 4x400 4 3:03.91 1.25GDR 0.75 Manfred Konow 22 Feb 1958 1979 4x400 6 3:05.27 0.75GDR 5 Detlef Kübeck 2 Feb 1956 1977 4x100 2 38.57 1.75

1979 4x100 4 38.86 1.251981 4x100 2 38.79 2

GDR 13 Hansjörg Kunze 28 Dec 1959 1979 5000 4 13:39.80 51981 5000 2 14:08.54 8

GDR 1.25 Klaus-Dieter Kurrat 16 Jan 1955 1979 4x100 4 38.86 1.25GDR 4 Manfred Kuschmann 25 Jul 1950 1977 5000 5 13:24.98 4GDR 7 Uwe Lange 13 Dec 1954 1981 LJ 5 7.71 5

1985 LJ 7 7.76 2GDR 7 Uwe Langhammer 12 Jun 1965 1989 PV 3 5.55 7GDR 9 Armin Lemme 28 Oct 1955 1981 DT 1 66.38 9GDR 1.75 Guido Lieske 23 Jul 1964 1985 4x400 2 3:00.82 1.75GDR 5 Volker Mai 3 May 1966 1985 TJ 4 17.07 5GDR 5.25 Sven Matthes 23 Aug 1969 1989 100 6 10.41 4

1989 4x100 5 39.02 1.25GDR 11 Hagen Melzer 16 Jun 1959 1985 3000SC 5 8:42.92 4

1989 3000SC 3 8:23.21 7GDR 8 Detlef Michel 13 Oct 1955 1981 JT 2 89.38 8GDR 1.75 Frank Möller 16 Feb 1960 1985 4x400 2 3:00.82 1.75GDR 16 Thomas Munkelt 3 Aug 1952 1977 110H 1 13.41 9

1979 110H 2 13.42 7GDR 6 Jörg Naumann 2 Jan 1963 1985 110H 3 13.76 6GDR 7 Jörg Peter 23 Oct 1955 1977 10,000 2 28:34.00 7GDR 1 Carsten Petters 28 Aug 1959 1981 4x400 6 3:03.63 1GDR 4 Uwe Pflügner 21 Nov 1966 1989 5000 6 13:46.84 4GDR 4 Christoph Pietz 15 Jul 1964 1985 PV 5 5.20 4GDR 13 Ralf Pönitzsch 20 Oct 1957 1979 3000SC 2 8:29.28 7

1981 3000SC 4 8:24.13 6GDR 6 Holger Pohland 5 Apr 1963 1989 110H 4 13.50 6GDR 6.25 Olaf Prenzler 24 Aug 1958 1979 100 4 10.33 5

1979 4x100 4 38.86 1.25GDR 13.75 Eugen Ray 26 Jul 1957 1977 100 2 10.15 7

1977 200 4 20.57 51977 4x100 2 38.57 1.75

GDR 0.75 Frank Richter 29 Mar 1956 1979 4x400 6 3:05.27 0.75GDR 7 Günther Rodehau 6 Jul 1959 1985 HT 2 78.44 7GDR 7 Jochen Sachse 2 Oct 1948 1977 HT 2 75.40 7GDR 4 Andreas Sam 5 Feb 1960 1985 HJ 5 2.20 4

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GDR GDR 5.75 Frank Schaffer 23 Oct 1958 1979 400 5 46.40 41979 4x400 6 3:05.27 0.751981 4x400 6 3:03.63 1

GDR 1.75 Mathias Schersing 7 Oct 1964 1985 4x400 2 3:00.82 1.75GDR 18 Werner Schildhauer 5 Jun 1959 1979 10,000 6 29:15.52 3

1981 10,000 1 27:38.43 91985 10,000 3 29:25.63 6

GDR 6 Andreas Schlisske 5 Jun 1957 1981 110H 4 13.72 6GDR 17 Wolfgang Schmidt 16 Jan 1954 1977 DT 1 67.14 9

1979 DT 1 66.02 8GDR 10 Thomas Schönlebe 6 Aug 1965 1985 400 2 44.72 7

1985 4x400 2 3:00.82 1.751989 4x400 5 3:02.73 1.25

GDR 16 Jürgen Schult (See also GER) 11 May 1960 1985 DT 2 68.30 71989 DT 1 67.12 9

GDR 9 Roland Steuk 5 Mar 1959 1979 HT 3 74.82 61981 HT 7 65.74 3

GDR 12 Jürgen Straub 3 Nov 1953 1977 1500 3 3:37.50 61979 1500 3 3:46.30 6

GDR 1.25 Volker Thiel 12 Jun 1969 1989 4x400 5 3:02.73 1.25GDR 3 Alexander Thieme 13 Jan 1954 1977 4x100 2 38.57 1.75

1979 4x100 4 38.86 1.25GDR 17 Ulf Timmermann 1 Nov 1962 1985 SP 1 22.00 8

1989 SP 1 21.68 9GDR 1.25 Heiko Truppel 3 Jul 1964 1985 4x100 4 38.39 1.25GDR 12 Detlef Wagenknecht 3 Jan 1959 1981 800 3 1:47.49 7

1985 800 4 1:45.83 5GDR 4 Frank Wartenberg 29 May 1955 1977 LJ 5 7.79 4GDR 14 Axel Weber 19 May 1954 1977 PV 3 5.30 6

1979 PV 6 5.00 31981 PV 5 5.30 5

GDR 1 Andre Wessel 20 Sep 1965 1989 10,000 9 29:02.28 1GDR 5.5 Gerd Wessig 16 Jul 1959 1989 HJ 4 2.20 5.5

285 GER GER 4 Georg Ackermann 13 Jul 1972 1994 LJ 5 7.84 4GER 8 Falk Balzer 14 Dec 1973 1998 110H 1 13.10 8GER 7 Ralf Bartels (See also EUR/GER) 21 Feb 1978 2002 SP 3 20.67 7GER 14 Dieter Baumann 9 Feb 1965 1998 5000 3 13:58.40 6

1998 3000 1 7:56.24 8GER 2.25 Daniel Bittner 7 Mar 1971 1994 400 8 46.73 1

1994 4x400 4 3:04.15 1.25GER 0.5 Holger Blume 28 Dec 1973 1998 4x100 7 38.89 0.5GER 8.5 Marc Blume 28 Dec 1973 1994 100 7 10.52 2

1994 4x100 DQ 01998 100 7 10.30 21998 4x100 7 38.89 0.52002 100 6 10.46 42002 4x100 DQ 0

GER 7 Lars Börgeling 16 Apr 1979 2002 PV 3 5.40 7GER 6 Martin Bremer 19 Mar 1970 1994 5000 3 13:33.57 6GER 11 Oliver-Sven Buder 23 Jun 1966 1994 SP 4 18.88 5

1998 SP 3 20.42 6GER 10.5 Martin Buss 7 Apr 1976 1998 HJ 4 2.25 5

2002 HJ 5 2.15 5.5GER 2.5 Jens Dautzenberg 24 May 1974 1998 4x400 4 3:03.65 1.25

2002 4x400 6 3:05.31 1.25GER 3 Christian Duma 5 Feb 1982 2002 400H 8 50.57 3GER 1.25 Klaus Ehrnsperger 28 Dec 1973 1998 4x400 4 3:03.65 1.25GER 1.25 Ruwen Faller 22 Jul 1980 2002 4x400 6 3:05.31 1.25GER 1.25 Lars Figura 25 Mar 1976 2002 4x400 6 3:05.31 1.25GER 5 Stéphane Franke 12 Feb 1964 1994 10,000 4 28:32.07 5GER 15 Charles Friedek 26 Aug 1971 1998 TJ 1 17.42 8

2002 TJ 4 16.91 7GER 3 Filmon Ghirmai 25 Jan 1979 2002 3000SC 7 8:42.29 3GER 0 Steffen Görmer (See also GDR) 28 Jul 1968 1994 4x100 DQ 0GER 5 Franek Haschke 28 Mar 1980 2002 1500 5 3:41.58 5GER 13 Raymond Hecht 11 Nov 1968 1994 JT 2 84.36 7

1998 JT 3 84.92 6GER 8 Boris Henry 14 Dec 1973 2002 JT 2 81.60 8GER 6.25 Olaf Hense 19 Nov 1967 1994 400H 4 49.97 5

1994 4x400 4 3:04.15 1.25

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GER GER 0 Michael Huke 30 Mar 1969 1994 4x100 DQ 0GER 8 Damian Kallabis 10 Jun 1973 1998 3000SC 1 8:31.25 8GER 2 Wolfgang Knabe 12 Jul 1959 1994 TJ 7 16.07 2GER 7 Karsten Kobs 16 Sep 1971 2002 HT 3 78.44 7GER 0 Marc Kochan 30 Dec 1978 2002 4x100 DQ 0GER 3 Oliver Koenig 31 Jan 1981 2002 200 8 21.32 3GER 3 Steffen Kolb 7 Sep 1973 1998 400H 6 49.77 3GER 0 Alexander Kosenkow 14 Mar 1977 2002 4x100 DQ 0GER 4 Wolfgang Kreissig 29 Aug 1970 1994 HJ 5 2.20 4GER 4 Robert Kurnicki 27 Mar 1965 1994 200 5 21.02 4

1994 4x100 DQ 0GER 1 Stefan Letzelter 21 Jun 1971 1998 400 8 47.12 1GER 7 Tim Lobinger 3 Sep 1972 1998 PV 2 5.80 7GER 5 Michael May 21 Aug 1979 2002 5000 6 13:39.73 5GER 1.5 Manuel Milde 22 Jan 1974 1998 200 8 20.85 1

1998 4x100 7 38.89 0.5GER 6 Michael Möllenbeck 12 Dec 1969 2002 DT 4 64.57 6GER 5.25 Nico Motchebon 13 Nov 1969 1994 800 5 1:47.67 4

1994 4x400 4 3:04.15 1.25GER 3 Mark Ostendarp 24 Jan 1973 1998 1500 6 3:49.56 3GER 0 Ronny Ostwald 7 Apr 1974 2002 4x100 DQ 0GER 2 Andreas Pohle 6 Apr 1981 2002 LJ 9 7.26 2GER 2 Kofi Amoah Prah 20 Dec 1974 1998 LJ 7 7.75 2GER 7 Lars Riedel 28 Jun 1967 1998 DT 2 67.47 7GER 2 Raphael Schäfer 6 Mar 1981 2002 3000 9 8:33.89 2GER 1.25 Marc-Alexander Scheer 16 May 1979 1998 4x400 4 3:03.65 1.25GER 0.5 Patrick Schneider 21 Dec 1972 1998 4x100 7 38.89 0.5GER 4 Jürgen Schult (See also GDR) 11 May 1960 1994 DT 5 58.86 4GER 9.25 Ingo Schultz 26 Jul 1975 2002 400 2 44.86 8

2002 4x400 6 3:05.31 1.25GER 14.25 Nils Schumann 20 May 1978 1998 800 1 1:48.66 8

1998 4x400 4 3:03.65 1.252002 800 5 1:45.34 5

GER 9 Florian Schwarthoff 7 May 1968 1994 110H 4 13.47 52002 110H 6 13.79 4

GER 7 Rüdiger Stenzel 16 Apr 1968 1994 1500 2 3:40.04 7GER 4 Martin Strege 21 Feb 1966 1994 3000SC 5 8:45.18 4GER 5.5 Andrei Tivontchik 13 Jul 1970 1994 PV 3 5.40 5.5GER 1.25 Julian Voelkel 30 Apr 1973 1994 4x400 4 3:04.15 1.25GER 13 Heinz Weis (See also EUR/FRG) 14 Jul 1963 1994 HT 3 80.32 6

1998 HT 2 80.13 744 GRE GRE 2 Minás Alozídis 7 Jul 1984 2006 400H 8 51.12 2

GRE 1 Andreás Anastasópoulos 2 Apr 1976 2006 SP 9 17.06 1GRE 0.25 Stilianós Dimótsios 13 Nov 1974 2006 4x400 9 3:09.68 0.25GRE 0.25 Yórgos Doúpis 3 Feb 1980 2006 4x400 9 3:09.68 0.25GRE 1 Anastasios Frággos 11 May 1980 2006 3000 9 8:17.30 1GRE 5 Anastásios Goúsis 7 Jul 1979 2006 100 9 10.34 1

2006 200 6 20.69 4GRE 1 Panayiótis Ikonómou 9 Mar 1981 2006 1500 9 3:59.00 1GRE 5 Yeóryios Íltsios 28 Nov 1981 2006 JT 5 75.74 5GRE 0.5 Andreás Karayiannis 30 May 1983 2006 4x100 8 39.84 0.5GRE 2 Stéfanos Kónstas 16 May 1977 2006 DT 8 58.17 2GRE 2 Stávros Kouroupákis 17 May 1983 2006 PV 8 5.40 2GRE 1 Arbédo-Aléxandros Lítsis 12 Jan 1983 2006 3000SC 9 9:10.83 1GRE 2 Theópistos Mavrídis 30 Jun 1983 2006 110H 8 13.96 2GRE 0.25 Padeleímon Melahrinoúdis 6 May 1985 2006 4x400 9 3:09.68 0.25GRE 5 Aléxandros Papadimitríou 18 Jun 1973 2006 HT 5 74.13 5GRE 1 Efthímios Papadópoulos 29 Apr 1983 2006 800 9 1:49.45 1GRE 0.5 Aristídis Petrídis 6 Dec 1979 2006 4x100 8 39.84 0.5GRE 0.5 Ioánnis Polítis 6 Jun 1980 2006 4x100 8 39.84 0.5GRE 7.25 Dimítrios Régas 17 Sep 1986 2006 400 3 45.11 7

2006 4x400 9 3:09.68 0.25GRE 0.5 Panayiótis Sarrís 14 Sep 1975 2006 4x100 8 39.84 0.5GRE 1 Padeleímon Savvópoulos 31 Jul 1982 2006 5000 9 14:26.62 1GRE 5 Dimitrios Syrakos 26 Jan 1974 2006 HJ 5 2.20 5GRE 0 Loúis Tsátoumas 12 Feb 1982 2006 LJ NM 0GRE 0 Kostas Zalagítis 13 Dec 1980 2006 TJ NM 0

93 ITA ITA 3 Alessandro Andrei (See also EUR/ITA) 3 Jan 1959 1981 SP 7 18.37 3ITA 4 Mauro Barella 12 Dec 1956 1981 PV 6 5.20 4ITA 6 Giovanni Bongiorni 8 Jul 1956 1981 200 5 21.11 5

1981 4x100 6 39.67 1

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ITA ITA 5 Armando de Vincentis 11 Oct 1943 1981 DT 5 58.14 5ITA 4 Massimo di Giorgio 22 Mar 1958 1981 HJ 6 2.15 4ITA 1.25 Alfonso di Guida 1 May 1954 1981 4x400 5 3:03.23 1.25ITA 4 Giovanni Evangelisti 11 Sep 1961 1981 LJ 6 7.67 4ITA 7 Vittorio Fontanella 17 Mar 1953 1981 5000 3 14:09.06 7ITA 4 Daniele Fontecchio 29 Dec 1960 1981 110H 6 13.90 4ITA 3 Saverio Gellini 16 Jul 1960 1981 400H 7 50.69 3ITA 5 Agostino Ghesini 4 Aug 1958 1981 JT 5 80.96 5ITA 3 Carlo Grippo 8 Jan 1955 1981 800 7 1:47.79 3ITA 1.25 Stefano Malinverni 14 May 1959 1981 4x400 5 3:03.23 1.25ITA 1 Diego Nodari 14 Aug 1960 1981 4x100 6 39.67 1ITA 6 Venanzio Ortis 29 Jan 1955 1981 10,000 4 27:42.70 6ITA 3 Claudio Patrignani 9 Jan 1959 1981 1500 7 3:39.41 3ITA 5 Pierfrancesco Pavoni (See also EUR/ITA) 21 Feb 1963 1981 100 6 10.51 4

1981 4x100 6 39.67 1ITA 1 Paolo Piapan 31 Aug 1956 1981 TJ 9 15.38 1ITA 8 Mariano Scartezzini (See also EUR/ITA) 7 Nov 1954 1981 3000SC 2 8:19.93 8ITA 1 Carlo Simionato (See also EUR/ITA) 7 Jan 1961 1981 4x100 6 39.67 1ITA 1.25 Roberto Tozzi 17 Dec 1958 1981 4x400 5 3:03.23 1.25ITA 7 Gian Paolo Urlando 7 Jan 1945 1981 HT 3 71.92 7ITA 9.25 Mauro Zuliani 23 Jul 1959 1981 400 2 45.26 8

1981 4x400 5 3:03.23 1.25610.5 OCE AUS 2 Darren Abbott 16 Aug 1971 1992 1500 7 3:48.56 2

AUS 11 Youcef Abdi 7 Dec 1977 2002 1500 4 3:41.01 62006 3000SC 5 8:36.13 5

AUS 10 Justin Anlezark 14 Aug 1977 1998 SP 7 18.26 22002 SP 2 20.77 8

AUS 5 Simon Arkell 1 Jul 1966 1989 PV 5 5.45 51992 PV NH 0

AUS 1 John Atkinson 29 Oct 1963 1985 HJ 8 2.10 1AUS 2 Steve Austin 14 Feb 1951 1981 10,000 8 28:51.70 2AUS 5 Don Baird 29 May 1951 1977 PV 4 5.20 5AUS 1 Wayne Barber 14 Aug 1960 1985 SP 8 16.15 1AUS 5 Gerard Barrett 31 Dec 1956 1979 10,000 4 28:29.76 5AUS 3 Daniel Batman 20 Mar 1981 2002 4x400 5 3:03.65 1.5

2006 4x100 6 39.48 12006 4x400 8 3:05.54 0.5

AUS 1 David Baxter 27 Mar 1977 1998 4x100 5 38.78 1AUS 1 Peter Beames 13 Sep 1963 1985 TJ 8 16.12 1AUS 2 Barry Besanko 15 Aug 1956 1977 4x100 7 40.08 0.5

1979 200 8 21.19 11979 4x100 7 39.85 0.5

AUS 1 Peter Brett 14 Nov 1962 1994 3000SC 8 9:19.11 1AUS 0 Steve Brimacombe 7 May 1971 1994 4x100 DNF 0AUS 7 Garry Brown 27 Oct 1954 1977 400H 6 50.89 3

1981 400H 6 50.59 4AUS 6.5 Paul Burgess 14 Aug 1979 1998 PV 7 5.20 2

2002 PV 5 5.20 4.5AUS 2 John Caliguri 28 Oct 1962 1989 110H 8 14.18 2AUS 0.75 Brett Callaghan 5 Oct 1973 1994 4x400 6 3:05.70 0.75AUS 6 Ian Campbell 18 Apr 1957 1979 TJ 3 16.76 6AUS 3 Sean Carlin 29 Nov 1967 1994 HT 6 74.54 3AUS 2 Viktor Chistiakov 9 Feb 1975 2002 TJ 9 14.96 2AUS 12.5 Darren Clark 6 Sep 1965 1985 200 3 20.78 6

1985 400 4 45.12 51985 4x400 3 3:01.35 1.5

AUS 1 Don Commons 5 May 1952 1977 TJ 8 14.70 1AUS 0.75 Peter Crane 26 Sep 1972 1992 4x100 6 39.63 0.75AUS 13 Shaun Creighton 14 May 1967 1992 3000SC 3 8:33.79 6

1998 5000 2 13:53.66 7AUS 2 David Culbert 17 Mar 1967 1994 LJ 7 7.59 2AUS 1 Paul Di Bella 12 Feb 1977 2002 4x100 7 39.58 1AUS 1 Michael Dick 10 Apr 1961 1979 HJ 8 2.00 1AUS 5 Simon Doyle 9 Nov 1966 1989 800 5 1:46.67 5AUS 0.75 David Dworjanyn 27 Oct 1968 1989 4x100 7 39.20 0.75AUS 3.5 Patrick Dwyer 3 Nov 1977 1998 400 7 46.99 2

2002 4x400 5 3:03.65 1.5AUS 3 Peter Elvy 3 Jun 1980 2002 DT 8 56.60 3AUS 3 Tim Ewen 21 Feb 1977 2002 110H 7 14.10 3AUS 1 Ambros Ezenwa 10 Apr 1977 2006 4x100 6 39.48 1

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OCE AUS 11 Peter Farmer 26 Jun 1952 1977 HT 3 73.92 61979 HT 4 71.68 5

AUS 8 Dave Fitzsimons 23 Apr 1950 1977 5000 3 13:17.42 61979 5000 7 13:45.10 2

AUS 0.5 John Fleming 31 Aug 1959 1981 4x400 8 3:07.11 0.5AUS 3 Steve Foley 21 Nov 1957 1979 1500 6 3:47.80 3AUS 7 Tim Forsyth 17 Aug 1973 1994 HJ 2 2.28 7AUS 1.5 Bruce Frayne 24 Jan 1958 1985 4x400 3 3:01.35 1.5AUS 2.75 Mark Garner 30 Jun 1969 1989 400 8 46.08 2

1989 4x400 7 3:04.88 0.75AUS 2.5 Ian Garrett 12 May 1970 1989 HJ 7 2.20 2.5AUS 1 David Geddes 26 Jan 1982 2002 4x100 7 39.58 1AUS 4.5 Peter Grant 5 Jan 1954 1979 400H 5 50.20 4

1979 4x400 7 3:06.19 0.5AUS 2.75 Paul Greene 9 Dec 1972 1994 400 7 46.29 2

1994 4x400 6 3:05.70 0.75AUS 1 Zid Abou Hamed 22 Apr 1970 1998 400H 8 50.50 1AUS 4 William Hamlyn-Harris 14 Jan 1978 2002 JT 7 74.48 4AUS 2 John Hancy 24 Jun 1960 1992 DT 7 55.94 2AUS 5 Brendan Hanigan 19 Mar 1973 1994 800 4 1:47.41 5AUS 0 Clint Harvey 23 Jun 1968 1989 LJ NM 0AUS 3 Adrian Hatcher 6 May 1970 1998 JT 6 73.75 3AUS 1 Michael Hawkey 6 Nov 1966 1992 HJ 8 2.15 1AUS 0.5 Michael Hazel 12 Dec 1976 1998 4x400 7 3:08.57 0.5AUS 2 Rodney Higgins 24 Aug 1967 1992 10,000 7 30:20.00 2AUS 6.25 John Higham 28 Oct 1951 1977 800 6 1:46.15 3

1977 4x400 6 3:06.30 0.751979 800 7 1:50.20 21979 4x400 7 3:06.19 0.5

AUS 10 Mike Hillardt 22 Jan 1961 1981 800 4 1:47.59 61985 1500 5 3:42.65 4

AUS 9 Clinton Hill 19 Apr 1980 2002 400 5 45.74 52002 4x400 5 3:03.65 1.52006 400 8 46.41 22006 4x400 8 3:05.54 0.5

AUS 0.75 Anthony Hodgins 16 Jun 1955 1977 4x400 6 3:06.30 0.75AUS 17 Gary Honey 26 Jul 1959 1979 LJ 5 7.72 4

1981 LJ 2 8.11 81985 LJ 4 7.98 5

AUS 3 Neil Honey 4 Apr 1963 1985 PV 6 4.70 3AUS 0.5 Jason Hooker 10 Mar 1971 1992 4x400 7 3:07.22 0.5AUS 9 Steven Hooker 16 Jul 1982 2006 PV 1 5.80 9AUS 2 David Hoyle 23 Dec 1963 1981 HJ 8 2.10 2AUS 2 Bob Huddle 5 Dec 1954 1979 PV 7 4.60 2AUS 1 Michael Inwood 18 Dec 1965 1989 3000SC 9 8:46.51 1AUS 8.75 Tim Jackson 4 Jul 1969 1989 100 5 10.38 5

1989 200 7 20.93 31989 4x100 7 39.20 0.751994 4x100 DNF 0

AUS 3.5 Richard James 9 Mar 1956 1979 100 6 10.49 31979 4x100 7 39.85 0.5

AUS 0.5 Brad Jamieson 16 Mar 1978 1998 4x400 7 3:08.57 0.5AUS 12 Patrick Johnson 26 Sep 1972 2002 100 7 10.58 3

2002 4x100 7 39.58 12006 100 8 10.28 22006 4x100 6 39.48 12006 200 5 20.52 5

AUS 2 Alwyn Jones 28 Feb 1985 2006 TJ 8 16.42 2AUS 4.25 Michael Joubert 11 May 1970 1992 400 6 47.24 3

1992 4x400 7 3:07.22 0.51994 4x400 6 3:05.70 0.75

AUS 0.75 Clayton Kearney 11 Apr 1964 1985 4x100 6 39.35 0.75AUS 8.25 Gerrard Keating 3 Dec 1962 1981 100 7 10.70 3

1981 4x100 8 40.85 0.51985 100 5 10.22 41985 4x100 6 39.35 0.75

AUS 1 James Kelly 10 Jun 1959 1979 4x100 7 39.85 0.51981 4x100 8 40.85 0.5

AUS 2 Dean Kenneally 8 Mar 1967 1992 800 7 1:48.32 2AUS 2 Fabrice Lapierre 17 Oct 1983 2006 LJ 8 7.58 2

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OCE AUS 2 Peter Larkins 22 Jun 1954 1981 3000SC 8 8:39.63 2AUS 0.75 Brett Leavy 8 Feb 1965 1992 4x100 6 39.63 0.75AUS 3 Andrew Lloyd 14 Feb 1959 1989 5000 7 13:54.92 3AUS 4 Ken Lorraway 6 Feb 1956 1981 TJ 6 16.70 4AUS 3 Hans Lotz 1 Nov 1947 1985 HT 6 67.30 3AUS 3.5 Damien Marsh 28 Mar 1971 1994 200 6 21.10 2.5

1994 4x100 DNF 01998 4x100 5 38.78 1

AUS 11 Scott Martin 12 Oct 1982 2006 SP 4 20.25 62006 DT 5 60.93 5

AUS 0.75 Steve McBain 23 Jan 1967 1989 4x100 7 39.20 0.75AUS 0 Kris McCarthy 15 Oct 1979 2002 800 DNF 0AUS 1 Justin McDonald 28 Jul 1973 1998 HT 8 59.62 1AUS 1.5 Colin Mcqueen 12 Feb 1956 1977 200 8 21.75 1

1977 4x100 7 40.08 0.5AUS 2 James Miller 4 Jun 1974 1994 PV 7 5.20 2AUS 3.75 Leigh Miller 19 Aug 1963 1989 400H 7 50.36 3

1989 4x400 7 3:04.88 0.75AUS 4 Gary Minihan 24 Jan 1962 1981 400 8 46.85 2

1981 4x400 8 3:07.11 0.51985 4x400 3 3:01.35 1.5

AUS 4 John Minns 31 May 1967 1989 SP 6 18.38 4AUS 0.75 Rick Mitchell 24 Mar 1955 1977 4x400 6 3:06.30 0.75AUS 4 Steve Moneghetti 26 Sep 1962 1989 10,000 6 28:16.83 4AUS 2 Nick Moroney 3 Aug 1972 1998 HJ 6 2.10 2

2002 HJ NH 0AUS 18 Craig Mottram 18 Jun 1980 2002 3000 1 7:41.37 9

2006 3000 1 7:32.19 9AUS 6 Andrew Murphy 18 Dec 1969 1992 TJ 7 15.86 2

1994 TJ 8 15.86 11998 TJ 6 16.89 3

AUS 8 Paul Nandapi 21 Dec 1961 1985 DT 6 58.84 31989 DT 5 58.32 5

AUS 1.5 Paul Narracott 8 Oct 1959 1977 100 8 10.71 11977 4x100 7 40.08 0.5

AUS 4.5 Shane Naylor 3 Nov 1967 1989 4x100 7 39.20 0.751992 100 6 10.50 31992 4x100 6 39.63 0.75

AUS 2 Philip Nettle 24 May 1954 1981 SP 8 17.20 2AUS 4 Peter Nowill 15 Jun 1979 2002 3000SC 6 8:39.22 4AUS 0.5 Colin OʼSullivan 13 May 1955 1979 4x100 7 39.85 0.5AUS 2.5 Jim OʼSullivan 13 Feb 1956 1979 400 7 48.20 2

1979 4x400 7 3:06.19 0.5AUS 1.5 Alan Ozolins 1 Feb 1964 1985 4x400 3 3:01.35 1.5AUS 3 Tim Parravicini 25 Apr 1981 2002 LJ 8 7.69 3AUS 2 Warren Parr 25 Jan 1952 1977 110H 7 14.23 2AUS 5 Dean Paulin 3 Oct 1967 1989 1500 5 3:38.84 5AUS 1.5 Paul Pearce 8 Jan 1977 2002 4x400 5 3:03.65 1.5AUS 0.75 Steve Perry 23 Sep 1970 1989 4x400 7 3:04.88 0.75AUS 3.5 Manesh Pillay 15 Jul 1972 1992 400H 6 51.33 3

1992 4x400 7 3:07.22 0.5AUS 3 Mike Power 9 May 1976 2002 5000 8 13:58.07 3AUS 1 Agostino Puopolo 18 Aug 1948 1981 HT 9 56.18 1AUS 5 Werner Reiterer 27 Jan 1968 1994 DT 4 60.22 5AUS 2 Stuart Rendell 30 Jun 1972 2006 HT 8 71.99 2AUS 1 Ray Rigby 11 Jun 1949 1979 SP 8 16.43 1AUS 2 Rohan Robinson 15 Nov 1971 1994 400H 7 51.12 2AUS 0.75 Mark Rosenberg 9 Jul 1962 1989 4x400 7 3:04.88 0.75AUS 1 Aaron Rouge-Serret 28 Jan 1988 2006 4x100 6 39.48 1AUS 0.5 Anthony Ryan 5 Mar 1969 1992 4x400 7 3:07.22 0.5AUS 5 Matt Shirvington 25 Oct 1978 1998 100 5 10.07 4

1998 4x100 5 38.78 1AUS 5 Phillip Spivey 15 May 1961 1989 HT 6 68.40 4

1992 HT 8 66.68 1AUS 1 Chad Stephenson 13 Mar 1972 1992 200 8 21.49 1AUS 0.75 Robert Stone 5 Jan 1965 1985 4x100 6 39.35 0.75AUS 2 Mathew Sweeney 27 May 1966 1989 TJ 8 15.72 2AUS 7 Jai Taurima 26 Jun 1972 1998 LJ 2 8.32 7AUS 3.5 Tristan Thomas 23 May 1986 2006 400H 7 50.00 3

2006 4x400 8 3:05.54 0.5

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OCE AUS 0.5 Scott Thom 18 Mar 1979 1998 4x400 7 3:08.57 0.5AUS 1 Stephen Thurston 25 Mar 1977 1998 3000SC 8 9:37.13 1AUS 7 Kyle Vander-Kuyp 30 May 1971 1992 110H 5 13.83 4

1994 110H 6 13.71 3AUS 2.75 Peter van Miltenberg 16 Aug 1957 1981 200 9 21.88 1

1981 4x100 8 40.85 0.51981 4x400 8 3:07.11 0.51985 4x100 6 39.35 0.75

AUS 0.5 Casey Vincent 17 Mar 1979 1998 4x400 7 3:08.57 0.5AUS 0 Chris Wardlaw 3 Mar 1950 1977 10,000 DNF 0AUS 1 Tim Williams 9 Dec 1981 2002 4x100 7 39.58 1AUS 0.5 Michael Willis 23 Apr 1955 1981 4x400 8 3:07.11 0.5AUS 2 Michael Wilson 2 Jan 1959 1979 110H 7 14.59 2AUS 2 Gordon Windeyer 20 Feb 1954 1977 HJ 7 2.10 2AUS 3 Darryl Wohlsen 6 Mar 1973 1998 200 7 20.75 2

1998 4x100 5 38.78 1AUS 5 Don Wright 26 Apr 1959 1985 110H 4 13.79 5AUS 0.5 Sean Wroe 18 Mar 1985 2006 4x400 8 3:05.54 0.5AUS 2 Liam Zamel-Paez 4 Aug 1988 2006 HJ 8 2.05 2AUS 3 Rod Zuyderwyk 13 Mar 1971 1998 110H 6 13.78 3NZL 2 Adrian Blincoe 4 Nov 1979 2006 5000 8 14:03.29 2NZL 1 Alan Bunce 23 Aug 1967 1998 3000 8 8:20.98 1NZL 4 Hamish Christensen 1 Sep 1972 1998 1500 5 3:48.64 4NZL 5 Phillip Clode 11 Mar 1965 1992 5000 6 14:14.27 3

1994 10,000 7 29:19.87 2NZL 3 Dean Crowe 24 Feb 1961 1985 5000 6 14:11.32 3NZL 0.5 Shane Downey 1956 1981 4x100 8 40.85 0.5NZL 0.75 Steve Erkkila 1977 4x400 6 3:06.30 0.75NZL 1 Keith Falla 1950 1977 SP 8 15.92 1NZL 4 Stuart Farquhar 15 Mar 1982 2006 JT 6 74.55 4NZL 2.75 Shaun Farrell 5 Mar 1975 1994 4x400 6 3:05.70 0.75

1998 800 7 1:50.69 2NZL 1 Howard Healey 13 Mar 1949 1979 3000SC 8 9:15.06 1NZL 0.5 Gary Henley-Smith 20 May 1957 1977 4x100 7 40.08 0.5NZL 2 Kerry Hill 1947 1977 LJ 7 7.18 2NZL 7 Courtney Ireland 12 Jan 1972 1992 SP 8 17.63 1

1994 SP 3 18.93 6NZL 3 Phil Jensen 8 Nov 1967 2002 HT 7 67.09 3NZL 5 Robbie Johnston 21 Aug 1967 1994 5000 4 13:37.13 5NZL 6 Gavin Lovegrove 21 Oct 1967 1994 JT 3 82.28 6NZL 2 Kieran McKee 11 Sep 1957 1981 PV 8 4.70 2NZL 3 James Mortimer 1 Mar 1983 2006 110H 7 13.94 3NZL 2 Jonathon Moyle 12 Oct 1967 1992 LJ 7 7.38 2NZL 4.75 Gus Nketia 30 Dec 1970 1992 4x100 6 39.63 0.75

1994 100 5 10.42 41994 4x100 DNF 0

NZL 14 Mike OʼRourke 21 Aug 1955 1977 JT 6 74.46 31979 JT 2 85.80 71981 JT 6 79.78 4

NZL 1 Wayne Paul 19 Jun 1958 1985 400H 8 52.15 1NZL 2.5 Peter Pearless 4 Jun 1957 1979 4x400 7 3:06.19 0.5

1985 800 7 1:54.15 2NZL 1 Richard Potts 13 Jul 1971 1994 1500 8 3:54.09 1NZL 3 Peter Renner 27 Oct 1959 1981 5000 9 14:31.67 1

1985 3000SC 7 8:54.96 2NZL 2 Dallas Roberts 23 Aug 1979 2002 200 9 21.61 2NZL 5 Euan Robertson 14 Jun 1948 1977 3000SC 4 8:25.50 5NZL 3 Tim Soper 3 Jul 1958 1981 110H 7 14.31 3NZL 9 John Stapylton-Smith 12 Aug 1961 1985 JT 5 76.94 4

1989 JT 7 71.06 31992 JT 7 70.00 2

NZL 2 Jason Stewart 21 Nov 1981 2006 800 8 1:49.01 2NZL 7 Robin Tait 14 Apr 1940 1977 DT 7 52.90 2

1979 DT 6 54.60 31981 DT 8 53.24 2

NZL 8 John Walker 12 Jan 1952 1977 1500 DNF 01981 1500 2 3:35.49 8

NZL 7 Nick Willis 25 Apr 1983 2006 1500 3 3:54.76 7NZL 3 Rex Wilson 10 Apr 1960 1985 10,000 6 30:06.23 3NZL 1 Ian Winchester 27 May 1973 1998 DT 8 60.56 1PNG 2 Mowen Boino 16 Dec 1979 2002 400H 9 51.66 2

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89 RUS RUS 5 Ramil Aritkulov 1 Mar 1978 2006 1500 5 3:55.11 5RUS 5 Dmitriy Bogdanov 11 Apr 1979 2006 800 5 1:46.31 5RUS 5 Danila Burkenya 20 Jul 1978 2006 TJ 5 16.84 5RUS 5 Aleksandr Derevyagin 24 Mar 1979 2006 400H 6 49.83 4

2006 4x400 6 3:04.15 1RUS 5 Vladislav Frolov 25 Jan 1980 2006 400 6 45.76 4

2006 4x400 6 3:04.15 1RUS 3 Ruslan Gataullin 1 Dec 1979 2006 LJ 7 7.64 3RUS 7 Aleksandr Ivanov 25 May 1982 2006 JT 3 81.87 7RUS 6 Sergey Ivanov 12 Jan 1979 2006 5000 7 13:50.16 3

2006 3000 7 7:52.80 3RUS 7 Ilya Konovalov 4 Mar 1971 2006 HT 3 77.14 7RUS 1 Yevgeniy Lebedev 19 Feb 1981 2006 4x400 6 3:04.15 1RUS 1.5 Maksim Mokrousov 4 Oct 1983 2006 4x100 4 38.78 1.5RUS 4 Igor Peremota 14 Jan 1981 2006 110H 6 13.57 4RUS 1 Dmitriy Petrov 4 Jan 1982 2006 4x400 6 3:04.15 1RUS 3 Bogdan Pishchalnikov 26 Aug 1982 2006 DT 7 58.17 3RUS 4 Pavel Potapovich 26 Nov 1980 2006 3000SC 6 8:38.95 4RUS 8 Andrey Silnov 9 Sep 1984 2006 HJ 2 2.24 8RUS 1.5 Roman Smirnov 2 Sep 1984 2006 4x100 4 38.78 1.5RUS 7 Pavel Sofin 4 Sep 1981 2006 SP 3 20.45 7RUS 1 Dmitry Starodubtsev 3 Jan 1986 2006 PV 9 5.20 1RUS 3 Ivan Teplykh 8 Feb 1985 2006 200 7 20.94 3RUS 1.5 Mikhail Yegorychev 21 Jul 1977 2006 4x100 4 38.78 1.5RUS 4.5 Andrey Yepishin 10 Jun 1981 2006 100 7 10.27 3

2006 4x100 4 38.78 1.5335 URS URS 7 Shamil Abbyasov 16 Apr 1957 1981 LJ 3 7.95 7

URS 13 Valeriy Abramov 22 Aug 1956 1979 5000 2 13:37.60 71981 5000 4 14:09.85 6

URS 2.25 Aleksandr Aksinin (See also EUR/URS) 4 Nov 1954 1979 4x100 6 39.52 0.751981 4x100 4 39.04 1.5

URS 6 Aleksandr Antipov 9 Mar 1955 1979 10,000 3 28:25.17 6URS 13.25 Vasiliy Arkhipenko 28 Jan 1957 1979 400H 3 48.97 6

1979 4x400 4 3:02.24 1.251981 400H 4 49.85 6

URS 6 Aleksandr Baryshnikov 11 Nov 1948 1979 SP 3 20.00 6URS 8 Sergey Bubka 4 Dec 1963 1985 PV 1 5.85 8URS 5.75 Viktor Burakov 30 May 1955 1979 200 6 20.96 3

1979 4x400 4 3:02.24 1.251981 4x400 4 3:02.93 1.5

URS 8.25 Nikolay Chernyetskiy 29 Nov 1959 1979 400 2 46.06 71979 4x400 4 3:02.24 1.25

URS 5 Yuriy Chervanyev 15 Jan 1958 1981 110H 5 13.76 5URS 3 Anatoliy Dimov 22 Feb 1956 1979 3000SC 6 8:46.23 3URS 4 Igor Duginyets 20 May 1956 1979 DT 5 59.34 4URS 7 Robert Emmiyan (See also EUN) 16 Feb 1965 1985 LJ 2 8.09 7URS 1.5 Vitaliy Fedotov 5 Mar 1957 1981 4x400 4 3:02.93 1.5URS 6 Aleksandr Grigoryev 7 Oct 1955 1979 HJ 3 2.24 6URS 0.75 Vladimir Ignatenko 17 Apr 1955 1979 4x100 6 39.52 0.75URS 7 Viktor Kalinkin 23 Feb 1960 1985 800 2 1:45.72 7URS 4 Aleksandr Khudyakov 8 Jul 1960 1985 5000 5 14:10.35 4URS 6 Nikolay Kirov 22 Nov 1957 1981 800 8 1:48.15 2

1981 1500 6 3:38.05 4URS 1 Nikolay Kolesnikov (See also EUR/URS) 8 Sep 1953 1979 100 8 11.47 1URS 8 Georgiy Kolnootchenko 7 May 1959 1985 DT 1 69.08 8URS 5 Ivan Konovalov 6 Jul 1959 1985 3000SC 4 8:41.46 5URS 6 Dmitriy Kovtsun (See also EUN) 29 Sep 1955 1981 DT 4 62.82 6URS 5 Vladimir Krylov (See also EUR/URS) 26 Feb 1964 1985 400 5 45.73 4

1985 4x400 5 3:03.17 1URS 9 Dainis Kula 28 Apr 1959 1981 JT 1 89.74 9URS 8 Sergey Litvinov 23 Jan 1958 1979 HT 1 78.70 8URS 6 Igor Lotoryev 30 Aug 1964 1985 1500 3 3:41.92 6URS 4 Aleksandr Makarov 11 Feb 1951 1979 JT 5 80.76 4URS 6.5 Viktor Markin 23 Feb 1957 1981 400 5 45.78 5

1981 4x400 4 3:02.93 1.5URS 8 Yevgeniy Mironov 1 Nov 1949 1981 SP 2 20.34 8URS 6 Vladimir Muravyov 30 Sep 1959 1981 4x100 4 39.04 1.5

1985 200 6 21.13 31985 4x100 3 38.35 1.5

URS 5.5 Yuriy Naumenko 14 Feb 1956 1981 200 6 21.13 41981 4x100 4 39.04 1.5

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URS URS 5 Igor Paklin 15 Jun 1963 1985 HJ 4 2.25 5URS 5.75 Valeriy Podluzhniy 22 Aug 1952 1979 LJ 4 7.88 5

1979 4x100 6 39.52 0.75URS 7 Vladimir Ponomaryev 10 Aug 1952 1979 1500 2 3:46.13 7URS 1 Vladimir Prosin 15 Aug 1959 1985 4x400 5 3:03.17 1URS 7 Oleg Protsenko 11 Aug 1963 1985 TJ 2 17.47 7URS 5 Aleksandr Puchkov 25 Mar 1957 1979 110H 4 13.74 5URS 7 Heino Puuste 7 Sep 1955 1985 JT 2 87.40 7URS 3 Anatoliy Reshetnyak 14 Apr 1955 1979 800 6 1:49.40 3URS 1.5 Pavel Roshchin 14 Oct 1956 1981 4x400 4 3:02.93 1.5URS 9 Yuriy Sedykh (See also EUR/URS) 11 Jun 1955 1981 HT 1 77.42 9URS 1.5 Aleksandr Semyonov 25 Mar 1962 1985 4x100 3 38.35 1.5URS 6 Valeriy Sereda 30 Jun 1959 1981 HJ 4 2.18 6URS 0.75 Andrey Shlyapnikov 13 Jan 1959 1979 4x100 6 39.52 0.75URS 7.5 Nikolay Sidorov 26 Nov 1956 1981 100 4 10.41 6

1981 4x100 4 39.04 1.5URS 7 Sergey Smirnov 17 Sep 1960 1985 SP 2 21.72 7URS 8 Jüri Tamm 5 Feb 1957 1985 HT 1 82.12 8URS 2 Gennadiy Temnikov 13 Sep 1961 1985 10,000 7 30:09.94 2URS 1 Aleksandr Troshchilo 16 Jan 1960 1985 4x400 5 3:03.17 1URS 4 Toomas Turb 31 Jan 1957 1981 10,000 6 27:54.18 4URS 7 Sergey Usov (See also EUN) 14 Jan 1964 1985 110H 2 13.62 7URS 6 Jaak Uudmäe 3 Sep 1954 1981 TJ 4 16.83 6URS 1.25 Remigius Valiulis 20 Sep 1958 1979 4x400 4 3:02.24 1.25URS 7 Gennadiy Valyukevich 1 Jun 1958 1979 TJ 2 16.94 7URS 8 Aleksandr Vasilyev 26 Jul 1961 1985 400H 2 48.61 7

1985 4x400 5 3:03.17 1URS 15 Konstantin Volkov 28 Feb 1960 1979 PV 3 5.30 6

1981 PV 1 5.70 9URS 4 Sergey Yepishin 12 Jan 1958 1981 3000SC 6 8:28.78 4URS 1.5 Aleksandr Yevgenyev 20 Jul 1961 1985 4x100 3 38.35 1.5URS 4.5 Nikolay Yushmanov 18 Dec 1961 1985 100 6 10.26 3

1985 4x100 3 38.35 1.51124 USA USA 5 Terry Albritton 14 Jan 1955 1977 SP 4 19.85 5

USA 0 Thomas Andrews 15 Jun 1954 1977 4x400 DNF 0USA 2 Ray Armstead 27 May 1960 1985 4x400 1 3:00.71 2USA 2.25 Jamel Ashley 17 Apr 1979 2006 4x400 1 3:00.11 2.25USA 3 Bolota Asmeron 12 Oct 1978 2002 3000 8 8:10.66 3USA 1.25 Frank Atwater 4 Feb 1969 1992 4x400 4 3:03.80 1.25USA 1 Duncan Atwood 11 Oct 1955 1979 JT 8 71.06 1USA 8 Charles Austin 19 Dec 1967 1998 HJ 1 2.31 8USA 19 Willie Banks 11 Mar 1956 1979 TJ 5 16.66 4

1981 TJ 3 17.04 71985 TJ 1 17.58 8

USA 7 Kirk Baptiste 20 Jun 1963 1985 100 4 10.17 51985 200 DQ 20.38 01985 4x100 1 38.10 2

USA 7 Randy Barnes 16 Jun 1966 1989 SP 3 21.10 7USA 6 Mike Barnett 21 May 1961 1989 JT 4 78.28 6USA 4 Tony Barton 17 Oct 1969 1992 HJ 5 2.20 4USA 6 Dion Bentley 26 Aug 1971 1994 LJ 3 7.93 6USA 3 Emmitt Berry 28 Oct 1955 1977 HT 6 63.16 3USA 7 Gentry Bradley 19 Jan 1974 1998 200 2 20.38 7USA 5 Keith Brantly 23 May 1962 1989 5000 8 14:05.14 2

1989 10,000 7 28:37.59 3USA 2 Kevin Braunskill 31 Mar 1969 1992 4x100 1 38.48 2USA 2.25 Derrick Brew 28 Dec 1977 2006 4x400 1 3:00.11 2.25USA 2 Oliver Bridges 30 Jun 1962 1989 4x400 2 3:00.99 2USA 2 Bryan Bridgewater 7 Sep 1970 1992 4x100 1 38.48 2USA 14 Tim Bright 28 Jul 1960 1985 PV 3 5.40 6

1989 PV 2 5.70 8USA 4 Brian Brown 9 Jan 1967 1989 HJ 6 2.20 4USA 6 Dan Browne 24 Jun 1975 1998 5000 6 14:22.48 3

1998 3000 6 8:15.88 3USA 4 Russ Buller 10 Sep 1978 2006 PV 5 5.50 4USA 8 Leroy Burrell 21 Feb 1967 1989 100 2 10.15 8USA 0 Leonard Byrd 17 Mar 1975 2002 4x400 DQ 2:59.21 0USA 1.25 Willie Caldwell 25 Sep 1963 1992 4x400 4 3:03.80 1.25USA 8 Tonie Campbell 14 Jun 1960 1985 110H 1 13.35 8USA 9 James Carter 5 Jul 1978 2002 400H 1 48.27 9

2002 4x400 DQ 2:59.21 0

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USA USA 1.75 Jonathan Carter 10 May 1972 1998 4x100 2 38.25 1.75USA 4 LaMark Carter 23 Aug 1970 1998 TJ 5 17.20 4USA 1.5 Marcel Carter 26 Mar 1971 1994 4x100 3 39.33 1.5USA 2.25 Andre Cason 20 Jan 1969 1989 4x100 1 38.29 2.25USA 7 Matt Centrowitz 28 Jan 1955 1979 5000 6 13:42.00 3

1981 5000 6 14:11.14 4USA 5 Ron Clark 1 Nov 1969 1994 200 4 21.00 5USA 7 Ramon Clay 29 Jun 1975 2002 200 4 20.32 7USA 9 Kerron Clement 31 Oct 1985 2006 400H 1 48.12 9USA 2 Chris Clever 10 Aug 1978 2002 JT 9 65.73 2USA 2.25 Bill Collins 20 Nov 1951 1977 4x100 1 38.03 2.25USA 17 Mike Conley 5 Oct 1962 1985 LJ 1 8.20 8

1989 TJ 1 17.49 9USA 4.5 Kaaron Conwright 8 Aug 1976 2002 4x100 1 37.95 2.25

2006 4x100 1 37.59 2.25USA 2.25 Daron Council 26 Dec 1964 1989 4x100 1 38.29 2.25USA 2 Clarence Daniel 11 Jun 1961 1989 4x400 2 3:00.99 2USA 10.25 Tony Darden 2 Sep 1957 1979 400 3 46.12 6

1979 4x400 1 3:00.70 21981 4x400 1 2:59.12 2.25

USA 1 Terril Davis 21 Apr 1968 1992 800 8 1:48.50 1USA 18 Walter Davis 2 Jul 1979 2002 TJ 2 17.23 9

2006 TJ 1 17.54 9USA 21 Lance Deal 21 Aug 1961 1989 HT 2 76.38 8

1992 HT 3 77.08 61994 HT 2 81.14 7

USA 2.25 Tony Dees 6 Aug 1963 1989 4x100 1 38.29 2.25USA 6 Brian Diemer 10 Oct 1961 1989 3000SC 4 8:24.52 6USA 2 Boris Djerassi 3 Feb 1952 1979 HT 7 65.20 2USA 2 Pascal Dobert 27 Oct 1973 1998 3000SC 7 9:08.36 2USA 8.25 Jon Drummond 9 Sep 1968 2002 100 4 10.10 6

2002 4x100 1 37.95 2.25USA 9 Clancy Edwards 9 Aug 1955 1977 200 1 20.17 9USA 5 Mark Enyeart 9 Oct 1953 1977 800 4 1:45.52 5USA 2 Dwayne Evans 13 Oct 1958 1985 4x100 1 38.10 2USA 15 Mark Everett 2 Sep 1968 1994 800 1 1:46.02 8

1998 800 2 1:48.73 71998 4x400 DQ 2:59.71 0

USA 11 Rod Ewaliko 18 Apr 1954 1977 JT 4 77.26 51981 JT 4 82.24 6

USA 6 Anthony Famiglietti 8 Nov 1978 2002 3000SC 4 8:32.72 6USA 6 Jim Farmer 14 Aug 1965 1992 5000 3 14:02.90 6USA 1.75 Stanley Floyd 23 Jun 1961 1981 4x100 3 38.85 1.75USA 6 Charles Foster 2 Jul 1953 1977 110H 3 13.51 6USA 9 Greg Foster 4 Aug 1958 1981 110H 1 13.32 9USA 10 Mike Franks 23 Sep 1963 1985 400 1 44.47 8

1985 4x400 1 3:00.71 2USA 2 Herman Frazier 29 Oct 1954 1979 4x400 1 3:00.70 2USA 11.25 Tyson Gay 9 Aug 1982 2006 100 1 9.88 9

2006 4x100 1 37.59 2.25USA 3.75 Harvey Glance 28 Mar 1957 1979 4x100 2 38.77 1.75

1985 4x100 1 38.10 2USA 13 John Godina 31 May 1972 1998 SP 1 21.48 8

1998 DT 4 65.15 5USA 5 Adam Goucher 18 Feb 1975 2006 3000 5 7:48.15 5USA 3 Mike Gravelle 3 Apr 1965 1994 DT 6 56.76 3USA 2 Bill Green 1 May 1961 1979 4x400 1 3:00.70 2USA 6.75 Tim Harden 27 Jan 1974 1998 100 4 10.03 5

1998 4x100 2 38.25 1.75USA 0 Alvin Harrison 20 Jan 1974 2002 400 DQ 45.46 0USA 7 Tora Harris 21 Sep 1978 2006 HJ 3 2.24 7USA 14 Jeff Hartwig 25 Sep 1967 1998 PV 3 5.70 6

2002 PV 2 5.70 8USA 8 Floyd Heard 24 Mar 1966 1989 200 2 20.36 8USA 1 Vince Henderson 20 Oct 1972 1994 100 8 10.63 1USA 0 Godfrey Herring 18 May 1978 2002 4x400 DQ 2:59.21 0USA 3 Terrance Herrington 31 Jul 1966 1989 1500 7 3:40.88 3USA 8 Reese Hoffa 8 Oct 1977 2006 SP 2 20.60 8USA 7 James Howard 11 Sep 1959 1985 HJ 2 2.28 7USA 4 Scott Huffman 30 Nov 1964 1994 PV 5 5.40 4

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USA USA 8 C. J. Hunter 14 Dec 1968 1994 SP 1 19.92 8USA 8 Franklin Jacobs 3 Dec 1957 1979 HJ 1 2.27 8USA 1.5 Sam Jefferson 19 Apr 1971 1994 4x100 3 39.33 1.5USA 7.25 Chip Jenkins 9 Apr 1964 1992 400 3 46.10 6

1992 4x400 4 3:03.80 1.25USA 6 Gabe Jennings 25 Jan 1979 2006 1500 4 3:55.09 6USA 25.75 Allen Johnson 1 Mar 1971 1994 110H 2 13.29 7

1998 4x100 2 38.25 1.752002 110H 2 13.45 82006 110H 1 12.96 9

USA 4 Brian Johnson 25 Mar 1980 2006 LJ 6 7.88 4USA 3 Reggie Jones 8 May 1971 1994 TJ 6 16.41 3USA 6 Meb Keflezighi 5 May 1975 2002 5000 4 13:33.44 6USA 6 Kamy Keshmiri 23 Jan 1969 1989 DT 4 61.40 6USA 1.75 Anthony Ketchum 20 Nov 1962 1981 4x100 3 38.85 1.75USA 3 Ray Kimble 19 Apr 1953 1992 TJ 6 16.35 3USA 9 Roger Kingdom 26 Aug 1962 1989 110H 1 12.87 9USA 6 A. G. Kruger 18 Feb 1979 2006 HT 4 75.53 6USA 7 David Krummenacker 24 May 1975 2002 800 3 1:45.14 7USA 2 Seneca Lassiter 12 Mar 1977 2002 1500 9 4:05.82 2USA 16.5 Mel Lattany 10 Aug 1959 1979 200 5 20.75 4

1979 4x100 2 38.77 1.751981 200 1 20.21 91981 4x100 3 38.85 1.75

USA 17 Dave Laut 21 Dec 1956 1979 SP 4 19.42 51981 SP 3 19.90 71985 SP 4 20.51 5

USA 4 Nathan Leeper 13 Jun 1977 2002 HJ 7 2.10 4USA 10 Carl Lewis 1 Jul 1961 1981 100 9 10.96 1

1981 LJ 1 8.15 9USA 7 Marty Liquori 11 Sep 1949 1977 5000 2 13:15.06 7USA 9 Jud Logan 19 Jul 1959 1985 HT 3 76.68 6

1998 HT 6 70.51 3USA 6 Michael Macinko 19 Sep 1967 1989 800 4 1:46.67 6USA 6 George Malley 28 Jul 1955 1977 3000SC 3 8:25.20 6USA 5 Sydney Maree 9 Sep 1956 1981 1500 5 3:36.56 5USA 1 Charles Marsala 3 Jan 1965 1992 1500 8 3:58.51 1USA 3 John Marshall 5 Nov 1963 1985 800 6 1:47.46 3USA 12 Henry Marsh 15 Mar 1954 1979 3000SC 4 8:30.09 5

1981 3000SC DQ 8:19.63 01985 3000SC 2 8:39.55 7

USA 3 Craig Masback 31 Mar 1955 1985 1500 6 3:46.54 3USA 1 Dan Mayer 28 Jan 1972 1994 5000 8 14:07.65 1USA 4.25 Walter McCoy 15 Nov 1954 1981 4x400 1 2:59.12 2.25

1985 4x400 1 3:00.71 2USA 4 John McEwen 5 Mar 1974 2002 HT 6 71.03 4USA 5.5 Roland McGhee 15 Oct 1971 1994 4x100 3 39.33 1.5

1998 LJ 5 7.79 4USA 7 Gordon McKee 12 Oct 1966 1992 LJ 2 7.89 7USA 5 Dave McKenzie 10 May 1949 1981 HT 5 66.72 5USA 11.25 LaShawn Merritt 27 Jun 1986 2006 400 1 44.54 9

2006 4x400 1 3:00.11 2.25USA 2.25 Coby Miller 19 Oct 1976 2002 4x100 1 37.95 2.25USA 3 Rob Minnitti 6 Sep 1979 2006 JT 7 73.40 3USA 1 Marco Morgan 14 Apr 1971 1994 400H 8 53.58 1USA 26 Edwin Moses 31 Aug 1955 1977 400H 1 47.58 9

1977 4x400 DNF 01979 400H 1 47.53 81981 400H 1 47.37 9

USA 17 Larry Myricks 10 Mar 1956 1979 LJ 1 8.52 81989 LJ 1 8.29 9

USA 8 Renaldo Nehemiah 24 Mar 1959 1979 110H 1 13.39 8USA 9 Adam Nelson 7 Jul 1975 2002 SP 1 20.80 9USA 2 Dan Nelson 15 May 1964 1992 3000SC 7 9:03.27 2USA 7 Billy Olson 19 Jul 1958 1981 PV 3 5.50 7USA 5 John Owens 29 Oct 1966 1992 110H 4 13.76 5USA 8 Doug Padilla 4 Oct 1956 1985 5000 1 14:04.11 8USA 2 Nat Page 26 Jan 1957 1992 400H 7 51.77 2USA 0 Maxie Parks 9 Jul 1951 1977 4x400 DNF 0USA 9 David Patrick 12 Jun 1960 1989 400H 1 48.74 9

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USA USA 9 Tyke Peacock 24 Feb 1961 1981 HJ 1 2.28 9USA 1.75 Curtis Perry 26 Oct 1974 1998 4x100 2 38.25 1.75USA 6 Tom Petranoff (See also AFR/RSA) 8 Apr 1958 1985 JT 3 87.34 6USA 16.25 Antonio Pettigrew 3 Nov 1967 1989 400 5 45.30 5

1989 4x400 2 3:00.99 21992 4x400 4 3:03.80 1.251994 400 1 45.26 81998 4x400 DQ 2:59.71 02002 4x400 DQ 2:59.21 0

USA 10 Andre Phillips 5 Sep 1959 1985 400H 1 48.42 81985 4x400 1 3:00.71 2

USA 2 Raymond Pierre 19 Sep 1967 1989 4x400 2 3:00.99 2USA 7 Pat Porter 31 May 1959 1985 10,000 2 29:23.02 7USA 4 John Powell 25 Jun 1947 1985 DT 5 62.82 4USA 5 Tom Pukstys 28 May 1968 1992 JT 4 77.76 5USA 7 Jason Pyrah 6 Apr 1969 1994 1500 4 3:41.55 5

1998 1500 7 3:52.10 2USA 2 Dan Reese 15 Oct 1963 1994 3000SC 7 9:15.16 2USA 4 Steve Riddick 18 Sep 1951 1977 4x100 1 38.03 2.25

1979 4x100 2 38.77 1.75USA 1 Todd Riech 24 Oct 1970 1994 JT 8 70.28 1USA 1.75 Mike Roberson 25 Mar 1956 1979 4x100 2 38.77 1.75USA 9 Arnie Robinson 7 Apr 1948 1977 LJ 1 8.19 9USA 15 James Robinson 27 Aug 1954 1979 800 2 1:47.85 7

1981 800 2 1:47.31 8USA 4 Khadevis Robinson 19 Jul 1976 2006 800 6 1:46.45 4USA 7 Alberto Salazar 7 Aug 1958 1981 10,000 3 27:40.69 7USA 8 James Sanford 27 Dec 1957 1979 100 1 10.17 8USA 7 Steve Scott 5 May 1956 1977 1500 7 3:44.00 2

1979 1500 4 3:46.78 5USA 4 Adam Setliff 15 Dec 1969 2002 DT 6 61.52 4USA 1 Peter Sherry 22 Aug 1968 1992 10,000 8 30:38.57 1USA 3 Frank Shorter 31 Oct 1947 1977 10,000 6 28:52.50 3USA 3 Steve Slattery 14 Aug 1980 2006 3000SC 7 8:43.15 3USA 10 Calvin Smith 8 Jan 1961 1985 4x100 1 38.10 2

1992 100 3 10.33 61992 4x100 1 38.48 2

USA 4.25 Willie Smith 28 Feb 1956 1979 4x400 1 3:00.70 21981 4x400 1 2:59.12 2.25

USA 4.5 Jason Smoots 13 Jul 1980 2002 4x100 1 37.95 2.252006 4x100 1 37.59 2.25

USA 11.25 Wallace Spearmon 24 Dec 1984 2006 4x100 1 37.59 2.252006 200 1 19.87 9

USA 7 Dwight Stones 6 Dec 1953 1977 HJ 2 2.27 7USA 9 Savanté Stringfellow 6 Nov 1978 2002 LJ 1 8.21 9USA 8 Mike Stulce 21 Jul 1969 1992 SP 1 21.34 8USA 0 Kory Tarpenning 27 Feb 1962 1992 PV NH 0USA 6 Robert Taylor 14 Sep 1948 1977 400 3 45.57 6USA 7 Matt Tegenkamp 19 Jan 1982 2006 5000 3 13:36.83 7USA 4 Milan Tiff 5 Jul 1949 1977 TJ 5 16.24 4USA 1 Reggie Torian 22 Apr 1975 1998 110H 8 30.29 1USA 17 Mike Tully 21 Oct 1956 1977 PV 1 5.60 9

1979 PV 1 5.45 8USA 0 Stanley Vinson 5 Mar 1952 1977 4x400 DNF 0USA 7 Craig Virgin 2 Aug 1955 1979 10,000 2 27:59.55 7USA 7 Ian Waltz 15 Apr 1977 2006 DT 3 62.12 7USA 8 Anthony Washington 16 Jan 1966 1992 DT 1 64.86 8USA 2.25 Slip Watkins 29 Sep 1967 1989 4x100 1 38.29 2.25USA 1 Jim Westphal 19 Apr 1969 1994 10,000 8 29:22.39 1USA 13.5 Cliff Wiley 21 May 1955 1977 4x100 1 38.03 2.25

1981 400 1 44.88 91981 4x400 1 2:59.12 2.25

USA 14 Mac Wilkins 15 Nov 1950 1977 DT 2 66.64 71979 DT 2 64.92 7

USA 8 Jeff Williams 31 Dec 1965 1992 200 3 20.75 61992 4x100 1 38.48 2

USA 2.25 Darold Williamson 19 Feb 1983 2006 4x400 1 3:00.11 2.25USA 13 Steve Williams 13 Nov 1953 1977 100 1 10.13 9

1977 4x100 1 38.03 2.251981 4x100 3 38.85 1.75

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USA USA 1.5 Mark Witherspoon 3 Sep 1963 1994 4x100 3 39.33 1.5USA 4 Joey Woody 22 May 1973 1998 400H 5 48.55 4

1998 4x400 DQ 2:59.71 0USA 1 Jeff Wylie 28 Dec 1968 1994 HJ 8 2.15 1USA 7 Jerome Young 14 Aug 1976 1998 400 2 45.37 7

1998 4x400 DQ 2:59.71 0WOMEN621.5 AFR ALG 2 Yasmina Azzizi 25 Feb 1966 1989 100H 8 13.99 2

ALG 11 Hassiba Boulmerka 10 Jul 1968 1989 800 7 2:00.21 31994 1500 1 4:01.05 8

ALG 10 Sakina Boutamine 2 Jun 1953 1977 1500 6 4:18.50 31979 1500 4 4:12.13 51979 3000 7 9:30.73 2

ALG 3 Nouria Mérah-Benida 19 Oct 1970 2006 1500 7 4:10.25 3ALG 3 Baya Rahouli 27 Jul 1979 1998 TJ 6 13.69 3BEN 1 Sonia Agbessi 21 Aug 1972 1992 TJ 8 11.74 1BOT 1 Amantle Montsho 4 Jul 1983 2006 4x400 6 3:27.65 1CHA 6.75 Kaltouma Nadjina 16 Nov 1976 2002 400 5 51.11 5

2002 4x400 3 3:26.84 1.75CIV 1 Louise Ayétotché 3 Jun 1975 2006 4x400 6 3:27.65 1CIV 9 Lucienne Nda 6 Jul 1965 1989 HJ 7 1.80 3

1992 HJ 3 1.88 6CIV 1.25 Céléstine Ndrin 20 Jul 1963 1981 400H 9 64.68 1

1981 4x400 9 3:49.13 0.25CIV 2 Makaridja Sanganoko 8 May 1980 2002 4x100 2 42.99 2CIV 1 Marie Womplou 20 Dec 1969 1989 400H 9 62.03 1CMR 1.75 Hortense Béwouda 19 Oct 1978 2002 4x400 3 3:26.84 1.75CMR 9 Myriam Mani 19 May 1973 2002 200 3 22.81 7

2002 4x100 2 42.99 2CMR 11 Françoise Mbango 14 Apr 1976 2002 LJ 8 6.06 2

2002 TJ 1 14.37 9CMR 1 Josephine Mbarga 3 Apr 1979 2006 LJ 9 5.87 1CMR 1.75 Cécile Ngambi 15 Nov 1960 1981 100H 9 14.16 1

1981 4x100 7 46.15 0.75CMR 1.75 Mireille Nguimgo 7 Nov 1976 2002 4x400 3 3:26.84 1.75CMR 9 Agnès Tchuinté 30 Jan 1959 1977 JT 6 53.70 3

1979 JT 8 49.64 11981 JT 9 52.56 11985 JT 5 57.86 4

EGY 2 Marwa Hussein 19 Jun 1978 2002 HT 9 58.49 12006 HT 9 60.23 1

EGY 1 Hanane Khaled 23 Jun 1968 1989 SP 9 13.26 1ETH 15 Berhane Adere 21 Jul 1973 1998 5000 3 16:38.81 6

2002 3000 1 8:50.88 9ETH 9 Meseret Defar 19 Nov 1983 2006 5000 1 14:39.11 9ETH 9 Tirunesh Dibaba 1 Oct 1985 2006 3000 1 8:33.78 9ETH 16 Derartu Tulu 21 Mar 1972 1992 3000 1 9:05.89 8

1992 10,000 1 33:38.97 8GAB 2 Odette Mistoul 22 Feb 1959 1979 SP 8 13.71 1

1981 SP 9 13.56 1GHA 6.25 Hannah Afriyie 21 Dec 1951 1979 200 6 23.61 3

1979 4x100 7 44.83 0.51981 200 8 24.63 21981 4x100 7 46.15 0.75

GHA 15.75 Vida Anim 7 Dec 1983 2006 100 3 11.21 72006 4x100 3 43.61 1.752006 200 3 22.81 7

GHA 0.75 Martha Appiah 19 Dec 1965 1985 4x100 6 44.76 0.75GHA 0.75 Grace Armah 22 Sep 1958 1985 4x100 6 44.76 0.75GHA 1 Grace Bakari 27 Apr 1954 1979 4x100 7 44.83 0.5

1979 4x400 7 3:36.24 0.5GHA 1.75 Esther Dankwa 25 Jun 1982 2006 4x100 3 43.61 1.75GHA 0.75 Cynthia Quartey 3 Nov 1963 1985 4x100 6 44.76 0.75GHA 1.25 Doris Wiredu 1 Feb 1964 1985 4x100 6 44.76 0.75

1985 4x400 7 3:36.86 0.5GHA 1 Janet Yawson 3 Apr 1957 1981 LJ 9 5.70 1KEN 0.75 Alice Adala 7 May 1949 1981 4x100 7 46.15 0.75KEN 2.25 Ruth Atuti 10 Oct 1964 1981 400 8 55.58 2

1981 4x400 9 3:49.13 0.25KEN 0.5 Tekla Chemabwai 3 Jul 1950 1977 4x400 7 3:36.30 0.5

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AFR KEN 11.5 Mary Chemweno 2 Feb 1959 1979 800 6 2:04.49 31979 4x400 7 3:36.24 0.51981 800 8 2:05.73 21981 1500 7 4:10.49 31985 1500 6 4:24.97 3

KEN 4 Justina Chepchirchir 28 Oct 1968 1981 3000 6 9:18.80 4KEN 5 Susan Chepkemei 25 Jun 1975 2002 5000 5 15:27.04 5KEN 2 Elizabeth Cheptum 1977 3000 7 9:22.10 2KEN 3 Salina Chirchir 28 Aug 1968 1985 800 6 2:04.16 3KEN 8 Janet Jepkosgei 13 Feb 1983 2006 800 2 2:00.09 8KEN 8 Helen Kimaiyo 8 Sep 1968 1985 3000 6 9:33.41 3

1989 3000 5 8:55.35 5KEN 8 Jeruto Kiptum 12 Dec 1981 2006 3000SC 2 9:31.44 8KEN 12 Jackline Maranga 16 Dec 1977 1998 1500 2 4:10.30 7

2002 1500 5 4:11.10 5KEN 5 Jane Ngotho 29 Nov 1969 1989 10,000 5 32:49.81 5KEN 1 Seraphine Nyauma 1965 1992 JT 8 48.58 1KEN 3 Rose Tata Muya 12 Jun 1960 1977 800 6 2:07.50 3KEN 6 Ruth Waithera 17 Aug 1958 1977 400 7 53.90 2

1977 4x400 7 3:36.30 0.51979 400 6 53.60 31979 4x400 7 3:36.24 0.5

MAD 5 Rosa Rakotozafy 12 Nov 1977 2002 100H 5 13.07 5MAD 5 Nicole Ramalalanirina (See also EUR/FRA) 5 Mar 1972 1994 100H 4 13.24 5MAD 0.5 Ony Paule Ratsimbazafy 3 Jan 1977 1998 4x400 7 3:35.28 0.5MAD 1.5 Lalao Ravaonirina 8 Nov 1963 1992 4x100 3 44.21 1.5MAR 5 Fatima Aouam 16 Dec 1959 1989 1500 5 4:21.19 5MAR 1 Hasna Atiallah 8 Aug 1969 1994 TJ 8 12.44 1MAR 15 Nezha Bidouane 18 Sep 1969 1992 400H 6 58.30 3

1994 400H 5 57.35 41994 4x400 DQ 01998 400H 1 52.96 8

MAR 4 Hassania Darami 10 Dec 1953 1985 10,000 5 33:46.69 4MAR 1 Fatima El Faquir 1954 1979 400H 8 67.42 1MAR 8.25 Nawal el Moutawakel 15 Apr 1962 1981 100 8 11.92 2

1981 4x100 7 46.15 0.751985 400H 4 56.05 51985 4x400 7 3:36.86 0.5

MAR 4 Fouzia Fatihi 7 Aug 1970 1992 SP 7 14.87 21994 SP 7 15.48 2

MAR 4 Zoubida Laayouni 5 Feb 1956 1979 DT 8 46.08 11981 DT 9 45.24 11985 DT 8 49.68 11989 DT 9 48.34 1

MAR 2 Zahra Lachgar 8 Nov 1978 2002 400H 8 59.14 2MAR 1 Souad Maloussi 2 Mar 1957 1985 SP 8 15.80 1MAR 7 Zahra Ouaziz 20 Dec 1969 1998 3000 2 9:01.35 7MOZ 36.25 Maria Mutola 27 Oct 1972 1992 800 1 2:00.47 8

1992 4x400 3 3:31.90 1.51994 800 1 1:58.27 81998 800 1 1:59.88 82002 800 1 1:58.60 92002 4x400 3 3:26.84 1.75

MOZ 1.5 Tina Paulino 7 Jul 1973 1992 4x400 3 3:31.90 1.5NGR 1.25 Rose Aboaja 28 Dec 1978 1998 4x100 4 42.91 1.25NGR 0 Olabisi Afolabi 31 Oct 1975 1994 4x400 DQ 0NGR 5.25 Chioma Ajunwa 25 Dec 1971 1989 LJ 8 6.14 2

1998 LJ 7 6.62 21998 4x100 4 42.91 1.25

NGR 1.5 Omolade Akinremi 13 Sep 1974 1992 4x400 3 3:31.90 1.51994 4x400 DQ 0

NGR 3.5 Omotayo Akinremi 13 Sep 1974 1992 400 7 53.84 21992 4x400 3 3:31.90 1.5

NGR 3 Ime Akpan 27 Apr 1972 1992 100H 6 13.57 3NGR 8 Glory Alozie (See also ESP) 30 Dec 1977 1998 100H 1 12.58 8NGR 2 Toyin Augustus 24 Dec 1979 2006 100H 8 13.27 2NGR 1.75 Airat Bakare 20 May 1967 1985 4x400 7 3:36.86 0.5

1989 4x400 5 3:29.76 1.25NGR 1 Bella Bellgam 24 Aug 1956 1979 LJ 8 5.73 1NGR 2 Judi Bellgam 24 Aug 1956 1979 100H 7 13.93 2

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AFR NGR 2 Chinweoke Chikwelu 28 Aug 1970 1989 JT 8 49.08 2NGR 5 Vivian Chukwuemeka 4 May 1975 2002 SP 7 17.30 3

2006 SP 8 17.72 2NGR 0.75 Eno Ekpo 1957 1977 4x100 6 46.67 0.75NGR 1 Christy Ekpukhon 6 Feb 1985 2006 4x400 6 3:27.65 1NGR 3 Stella Emefesi 1992 LJ 6 6.06 3NGR 3.5 Faith Idehen 5 Feb 1973 1992 4x100 3 44.21 1.5

1994 4x100 1 42.92 2NGR 1.75 Francisca Idoko 15 Jun 1985 2006 4x100 3 43.61 1.75NGR 0 Tina Iheagwam 3 Apr 1968 1989 4x100 DNF 0NGR 2 Nnenna Njoku 18 Mar 1955 1977 SP 7 12.43 2NGR 1 Mariam Nnodu Ibekwe 29 Oct 1969 1998 SP 8 15.60 1NGR 2.5 Oguzoeme Nsenu 5 Mar 1959 1979 100 7 11.78 2

1979 4x100 7 44.83 0.5NGR 2 Chinedu Odozor 24 Dec 1977 2002 4x100 2 42.99 2NGR 23.75 Falilat Ogunkoya 5 Dec 1968 1989 400 3 51.67 7

1989 4x400 5 3:29.76 1.251998 200 2 22.25 71998 400 1 49.52 81998 4x400 7 3:35.28 0.5

NGR 12 Endurance Ojokolo 29 Sep 1975 1998 4x100 4 42.91 1.252002 100 3 11.26 72002 4x100 2 42.99 22006 4x100 3 43.61 1.75

NGR 36.25 Mary Onyali 3 Feb 1968 1989 100 2 11.23 81989 200 2 22.82 81989 4x100 DNF 01994 100 3 11.52 61994 200 4 22.82 51994 4x100 1 42.92 21998 100 3 11.05 61998 4x100 4 42.91 1.25

NGR 15.5 Christy Opara-Thompson 2 May 1970 1992 100 5 11.71 41992 200 7 24.49 21992 4x100 3 44.21 1.51994 LJ 3 6.66 61994 4x100 1 42.92 2

NGR 5 Modupe Oshikoya 2 May 1954 1977 100H 7 14.02 21977 LJ 6 6.15 3

NGR 2 Mary Tombiri 23 Jul 1972 1994 4x100 1 42.92 2NGR 7.5 Rufina Uba 4 Apr 1959 1985 100 5 11.55 4

1985 200 7 24.02 21989 4x100 DNF 01992 4x100 3 44.21 1.5

NGR 5.75 Uti Ufon-uko 1955 1977 100 6 11.62 31977 200 7 24.17 21977 4x100 6 46.67 0.75

NGR 3 Maria Usifo 1 Aug 1964 1985 100H 6 13.34 3NGR 0 Beatrice Utondu 23 Nov 1969 1989 4x100 DNF 0NGR 1.5 Kehinde Vaughan 19 Dec 1961 1985 400 8 53.16 1

1985 4x400 7 3:36.86 0.5NGR 8.25 Fatima Yusuf 2 May 1971 1989 4x400 5 3:29.76 1.25

1994 400 2 50.80 71994 4x400 DQ 0

RSA 16 Hestrie Storbeck/Cloete 26 Aug 1978 1998 HJ 2 1.96 72002 HJ 1 2.02 9

RSA 1 Ronah Dwinger 28 Jun 1971 1994 JT 8 49.02 1RSA 1 Lisette Etsebeth 3 May 1963 1994 DT 8 51.54 1RSA 5 Gwen Griffiths 30 Aug 1967 1992 1500 5 4:21.51 4

1994 3000 8 9:31.91 1RSA 8 Elana Meyer 10 Oct 1966 1994 10,000 1 30:52.51 8RSA 4 Elizna Naudé 14 Sep 1978 1998 DT 7 51.39 2

2006 DT 8 56.11 2RSA 7 Justine Robbeson 15 May 1985 2006 JT 3 61.38 7RSA 2.5 Rene van der Merwe 15 Jun 1986 2006 HJ 7 1.83 2.5RSA 3 Nanette van der Walt 22 Feb 1959 1992 DT 6 56.50 3RSA 7 Charmaine Weavers 27 Feb 1964 1994 HJ 2 1.91 7RSA 3 Janet Wienand 15 May 1985 2006 400H 7 56.31 3SEN 1.25 Marième Boye 7 Oct 1956 1977 4x400 7 3:36.30 0.5

1979 4x400 7 3:36.24 0.51981 4x400 9 3:49.13 0.25

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AFR SEN 0.75 Fatou Cissokho 1977 4x100 6 46.67 0.75SEN 0.5 Tacko Diouf 17 Oct 1976 1998 4x400 7 3:35.28 0.5SEN 1 Awa Dioum Ndiaye 21 Nov 1961 1985 HJ 8 1.70 1SEN 5.5 Amy Mbacké Thiam 10 Nov 1976 1998 4x400 7 3:35.28 0.5

2006 400 6 51.39 42006 4x400 6 3:27.65 1

SEN 1 Marianne Mendoza-Diallo 1959 1985 LJ 8 5.40 1SEN 1.25 Aïssatou Tandian 29 Aug 1966 1989 4x400 5 3:29.76 1.25SEY 1 Lindy Leveaux 14 Nov 1978 1998 JT 8 43.18 1SUD 7 Yamilé Aldama (See also AME/CUB) 14 Aug 1972 2006 TJ 3 14.78 7TAN 1.25 Nzaeli Kyomo 2 Jun 1957 1977 4x100 6 46.67 0.75

1979 4x100 7 44.83 0.5TUN 2 Kawther Akrémi 30 Sep 1958 1979 HJ 8 1.65 1

1981 HJ 9 1.60 1TUN 7 Sirine Balti 31 Oct 1983 2002 PV 6 4.10 4

2006 PV 7 4.00 3TUN 1 Féthia Jerbi 15 Dec 1957 1977 DT 8 44.58 1TUN 3 Monia Kari 14 Apr 1971 2002 DT 7 56.16 3TUN 2 Aïda Sellam 13 Sep 1977 2002 JT 8 52.48 2UGA 0.25 Regine Dramiga 1981 4x400 9 3:49.13 0.25UGA 0.5 Ruth Kyalisima 21 Nov 1955 1977 4x400 7 3:36.30 0.5ZAM 1 Caromella Mumbi 1977 HJ 8 1.60 1

838.5 AME ANT 1.25 Jocelyn Joseph 11 Feb 1964 1985 4x400 4 3:29.34 1.25BAH 4.5 Christine Amertil 18 Aug 1979 2002 4x400 1 3:23.53 2.25

2006 4x400 1 3:19.84 2.25BAH 3.75 Pauline Davis 9 Jul 1966 1989 4x100 4 43.58 1.5

1989 4x400 1 3:23.05 2.25BAH 7 Laverne Eve 16 Jun 1965 1989 JT 3 60.32 7BAH 13.5 Debbie Ferguson 16 Jan 1976 2002 200 1 22.49 9

2002 4x100 1 41.91 2.252006 4x100 1 42.26 2.25

BAH 9 Shonel Ferguson 6 Nov 1957 1977 LJ 8 6.11 11981 LJ 5 6.34 51985 LJ 6 6.53 3

BAH 8.75 Chandra Sturrup 12 Sep 1971 1998 100 2 10.97 71998 4x100 2 42.44 1.75

BAH 2.25 Tonique Darling 17 Jan 1976 2006 4x400 1 3:19.84 2.25BAR 1.75 Andrea Blackett 24 Jan 1976 1998 4x400 2 3:24.39 1.75BRA 2 Elisângela Adriano 27 Jul 1972 1998 DT 8 51.26 1

2002 DT 9 53.60 1BRA 0.5 Cleide Amaral 17 Jul 1967 1994 4x100 7 44.26 0.5BRA 3 Keila Costa 6 Feb 1983 2006 LJ 7 6.33 3BRA 0.5 Katia de Jesus 31 Dec 1967 1994 4x100 7 44.26 0.5BRA 3 Rita de Jesús 27 Jun 1966 1989 1500 7 4:25.55 3BRA 4 Carmen de Oliveira 17 Aug 1965 1989 10,000 6 33:05.99 4BRA 1 Marli Dos Santos 11 Feb 1953 1977 JT 8 46.52 1BRA 8 Maurren Maggi 25 Jun 1976 2002 LJ 2 6.81 8BRA 7 Luciana Mendes 26 Jul 1971 1994 800 2 2:00.13 7BRA 8 Fabiana Murer 16 Mar 1981 2006 PV 2 4.55 8BRA 2 Silvana Pereira 5 May 1965 1989 3000 8 9:14.22 2BRA 1 Lucélia Peres 26 Aug 1981 2006 5000 9 16:23.72 1CAN 3 Courtney Babcock 30 Jun 1972 2002 3000 7 9:05.98 3CAN 1.5 Angela Bailey 28 Feb 1962 1981 4x100 4 43.06 1.5CAN 1 Cecilia Branch 14 Jan 1957 1985 100H 8 13.75 1CAN 14 Debbie Brill 10 Mar 1953 1977 HJ 3 1.89 6

1979 HJ 1 1.96 8CAN 2 Kathy Butler 22 Oct 1973 1998 3000 7 9:30.34 2CAN 7 Angela Chalmers 6 Sep 1963 1994 1500 2 4:01.73 7CAN 13 Charmaine Crooks 8 Aug 1962 1981 4x400 3 3:26.42 1.75

1989 4x400 1 3:23.05 2.251992 400 2 51.54 71992 4x400 1 3:29.73 2

CAN 4 Carmen Douma-Hussar 12 Mar 1977 2006 1500 6 4:07.36 4CAN 5 Donalda Duprey 1 Mar 1967 1994 400H 4 56.67 5CAN 2 Rosey Edeh 16 Aug 1966 1992 4x400 1 3:29.73 2CAN 2 Geri Fitch 7 Apr 1954 1985 3000 7 9:46.68 2CAN 7 Nicole Forrester 17 Nov 1976 2002 HJ 8 1.85 2

2006 HJ 5 1.94 5CAN 3 Francine Gendron 16 Nov 1955 1979 400H 6 60.91 3

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AME CAN 2.5 Molly Killingbeck 3 Feb 1959 1985 4x100 4 43.39 1.251985 4x400 4 3:29.34 1.25

CAN 4 Sharon Lane 1958 1979 100H 5 13.63 4CAN 1.25 Esmie Lawrence 19 Nov 1961 1985 4x100 4 43.39 1.25CAN 1.25 Patty Loverock 21 Feb 1953 1977 4x100 4 42.95 1.25CAN 10 Anne Mackie-Morelli 16 Jun 1955 1977 800 4 2:02.45 5

1979 800 4 2:02.01 5CAN 4 Ulla Marquette 28 Jun 1958 1985 1500 5 4:21.25 4CAN 0 Stephanie McCann 22 Apr 1977 2002 PV NH 0CAN 3 Joanne McLeod 18 Sep 1958 1977 100H 6 14.00 3CAN 10 Brit McRoberts 10 Feb 1957 1979 1500 6 4:15.33 3

1981 800 7 2:02.19 31981 1500 6 4:09.66 4

CAN 7 Robyn Meagher 17 Jun 1967 1994 3000 2 9:05.81 7CAN 1.75 Philomena Mensah 11 May 1975 1998 4x100 2 42.44 1.75CAN 1 Megan Metcalfe 27 Jan 1982 2006 3000 9 9:04.90 1CAN 3 Shauna Miller 20 Jul 1952 1979 3000 6 9:20.28 3CAN 10 Lucette Moreau 17 Jan 1956 1977 DT 4 54.52 5

1977 SP 4 15.16 5CAN 7.75 Marita Payne 7 Oct 1960 1979 400 4 53.01 5

1979 4x400 5 3:28.50 11981 4x400 3 3:26.42 1.75

CAN 3 Leah Pells 9 Nov 1964 1998 1500 6 4:18.37 3CAN 1.25 Angela Phipps 17 Feb 1964 1985 4x100 4 43.39 1.25CAN 3 Debbie Scott 16 Dec 1958 1977 3000 6 9:18.70 3CAN 22.5 Angella Taylor 28 Sep 1958 1979 100 5 11.50 4

1979 200 5 22.83 41979 4x100 5 43.99 11981 100 4 11.18 61981 200 4 22.67 61981 4x100 4 43.06 1.5

CAN 1 Gwen Wall 16 Jan 1963 1985 400H 8 58.13 1CAN 4 Penny Werthner 5 Jul 1951 1977 1500 5 4:14.60 4CAN 1 Joyce Yakubowich 29 May 1953 1977 4x400 5 3:31.00 1CAY 5.25 Cydonie Mothersill 19 Mar 1978 2006 4x100 1 42.26 2.25

2006 200 7 23.50 3CHI 3 Mónica Regonessi 27 Apr 1961 1985 10,000 6 34:04.42 3COL 6.25 Norfalia Carabalí 21 Jan 1964 1985 4x400 4 3:29.34 1.25

1992 4x100 4 44.52 1.251992 4x400 1 3:29.73 21998 4x400 2 3:24.39 1.75

COL 2 Ximena Restrepo 10 Mar 1969 1992 4x400 1 3:29.73 2CUB 7.5 Odalys Adams 1 Aug 1966 1989 100H 4 12.86 6

1989 4x100 4 43.58 1.5CUB 6 Yamilé Aldama (See also AFR/SUD) 14 Aug 1972 1998 TJ 3 14.29 6CUB 22.25 Liliana Allen 24 May 1970 1989 100 5 11.34 5

1989 4x100 4 43.58 1.51992 100 2 11.34 71992 4x100 4 44.52 1.251994 100 2 11.50 71994 4x100 7 44.26 0.5

CUB 6 María Cristina Betancourt 15 Dec 1947 1979 DT 3 62.84 6CUB 15 Sonia Bisset 1 Apr 1971 1998 JT 2 65.50 7

2006 JT 2 61.74 8CUB 1.5 Idalmis Bonne 2 Feb 1971 1994 4x400 3 3:27.91 1.5CUB 15 Zulia Calatayúd 9 Nov 1979 2002 800 4 1:59.44 6

2006 800 1 2:00.06 9CUB 12.25 Silvia Chivás 10 Sep 1954 1977 100 3 11.34 6

1977 200 5 23.45 41977 4x100 4 42.95 1.251979 4x100 5 43.99 1

CUB 8 María Colón 25 Mar 1958 1979 JT 3 63.50 61985 JT 7 54.00 2

CUB 22 Silvia Costa 4 May 1964 1981 HJ 8 1.83 21985 HJ 4 1.97 51989 HJ 1 2.04 91994 HJ 3 1.91 6

CUB 20 Yumileidi Cumbá 11 Feb 1975 1998 SP 4 18.76 52002 SP 2 19.14 82006 SP 3 19.12 7

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AME CUB 5.5 Julia Duporty 9 Feb 1971 1994 400 5 52.48 41994 4x400 3 3:27.91 1.5

CUB 14 Eloína Echeverría 25 Aug 1961 1979 LJ 4 6.25 51989 LJ 7 6.22 31992 TJ 3 13.45 6

CUB 2 Rosa Fernández 7 Oct 1957 1985 SP 7 16.65 2CUB 3 Yania Ferrales 28 Jul 1977 2006 DT 7 58.93 3CUB 6 Dulce García 2 Jul 1965 1992 JT 3 58.08 6CUB 5 Bárbara Hecheverría 6 Aug 1966 1994 DT 4 62.90 5CUB 20 Belsy Laza 5 Jun 1967 1989 SP 5 19.02 5

1992 SP 1 19.19 81994 SP 2 19.07 7

CUB 17.75 Aliuska López 29 Aug 1969 1992 100H 1 13.06 81992 4x100 4 44.52 1.251994 100H 1 12.91 81994 4x100 7 44.26 0.5

CUB 7 Isel López 11 Jul 1970 1994 JT 2 61.40 7CUB 3 Grisel Machado 24 Oct 1959 1981 100H 7 13.76 3CUB 21 Maritza Martén 17 Aug 1963 1985 DT 3 66.54 6

1989 DT 3 65.40 71992 DT 1 69.30 8

CUB 1.5 Nancy McLeón 1 May 1971 1994 4x400 3 3:27.91 1.5CUB 9 Osleidys Menéndez 14 Nov 1979 2002 JT 1 64.41 9CUB 4 Mercedes Mesa 14 Sep 1951 1981 400H 6 59.53 4CUB 11 Niurka Montalvo 4 Jun 1968 1994 LJ 2 6.70 7

1994 TJ 5 13.64 4CUB 15 Yipsi Moreno 19 Nov 1980 2002 HT 2 69.65 8

2006 HT 3 73.99 7CUB 6 Aurelia Pentón 13 Feb 1941 1977 400 5 52.33 4

1977 4x400 5 3:31.00 11979 4x400 5 3:28.50 1

CUB 7.25 Daimí Pernía 27 Dec 1976 2002 4x400 1 3:23.53 2.252006 400H 5 54.60 5

CUB 8 Ioamnet Quintero 18 Sep 1972 1992 HJ 1 1.94 8CUB 31.5 Ana Quirot 23 Mar 1963 1985 400 4 50.86 5

1985 800 4 2:03.57 51985 4x400 4 3:29.34 1.251989 400 1 50.60 91989 800 1 1:54.44 91989 4x400 1 3:23.05 2.25

CUB 6 Carmen Romero 6 Oct 1950 1981 DT 4 61.60 6CUB 11 María Elena Sarría 14 Sep 1954 1979 SP 5 18.59 4

1981 SP 3 19.21 7CUB 5 Mayra Vila 5 Jun 1960 1981 JT 5 59.00 5DOM 1 Juana Arrendel 26 Sep 1978 1998 HJ 8 1.85 1ECU 3 Liliana Chalá 7 Jun 1965 1989 400H 7 59.00 3GUY 2.75 June Griffith 16 Jun 1957 1979 4x400 5 3:28.50 1

1981 4x400 3 3:26.42 1.75ISV 5 Flora Hyacinth 10 Mar 1966 1992 LJ 5 6.43 4

1998 LJ 8 6.02 1JAM 1 Rose Allwood 21 Nov 1952 1979 4x100 5 43.99 1JAM 2.25 Aleen Bailey 25 Nov 1980 2006 4x100 1 42.26 2.25JAM 1 Helen Blake 1 May 1951 1977 4x400 5 3:31.00 1JAM 2.25 Juliet Campbell 17 Mar 1970 2002 4x100 1 41.91 2.25JAM 17 Brigitte Foster-Hylton 7 Nov 1974 2002 100H 2 12.82 8

2006 100H 1 12.67 9JAM 8.75 Deon Hemmings 9 Oct 1968 1998 400H 2 53.03 7

1998 4x400 2 3:24.39 1.75JAM 4 Korene Hinds 8 Jan 1976 2006 3000SC 6 9:47.86 4JAM 3.75 Leleith Hodges 22 Jun 1953 1977 4x100 4 42.95 1.25

1979 4x100 5 43.99 11981 4x100 4 43.06 1.5

JAM 1 Mardrea Hyman 22 Dec 1972 2002 1500 9 4:14.60 1JAM 25.5 Grace Jackson 14 Jun 1961 1985 100 2 11.30 6.5

1985 200 2 22.61 71985 4x100 4 43.39 1.251989 200 3 22.87 71989 4x100 4 43.58 1.51989 4x400 1 3:23.05 2.25

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AME JAM 13 Tayna Lawrence 17 Sep 1975 1998 4x100 2 42.44 1.752002 100 1 11.06 92002 4x100 1 41.91 2.25

JAM 9 Beverly McDonald 15 Feb 1970 1998 200 4 22.36 51998 4x100 2 42.44 1.752002 4x100 1 41.91 2.25

JAM 8 Merlene Ottey 10 May 1960 1994 200 1 22.23 8JAM 4 Debbie-Ann Parris-Thymes 24 Mar 1973 2002 400H 6 57.36 4JAM 13.5 Jackie Pusey 14 Aug 1959 1977 4x100 4 42.95 1.25

1977 4x400 5 3:31.00 11979 4x400 5 3:28.50 11981 400 3 51.48 71981 4x100 4 43.06 1.51981 4x400 3 3:26.42 1.75

JAM 11.5 Sandie Richards 6 Nov 1968 1994 4x400 3 3:27.91 1.51998 400 3 50.33 61998 4x400 2 3:24.39 1.752002 4x400 1 3:23.53 2.25

JAM 5 Dionne Rose 7 Nov 1969 1998 100H 4 12.78 5JAM 11.25 Sherone Simpson 12 Aug 1984 2006 100 1 10.97 9

2006 4x100 1 42.26 2.25JAM 12 Trecia Smith 5 Nov 1975 2002 TJ 4 13.82 6

2006 TJ 4 14.64 6JAM 9.25 Novlene Williams 26 Apr 1982 2006 400 3 50.24 7

2006 4x400 1 3:19.84 2.25JAM 2.25 Shericka Williams 17 Sep 1985 2006 4x400 1 3:19.84 2.25MEX 2 Sonia Betancourt 26 Oct 1968 1992 3000 7 9:34.14 2MEX 1 Paola Cabrera 17 Jun 1972 1994 10,000 8 34:41.22 1MEX 11.25 Ana Guevara 4 Mar 1977 2002 400 1 49.56 9

2002 4x400 1 3:23.53 2.25MEX 7 Nora Rocha 18 Dec 1967 1998 5000 4 16:44.60 5

2002 5000 8 15:45.48 2MEX 2 María Luisa Servín 25 Aug 1962 1992 10,000 7 34:55.33 2PUR 1 Angelita Lind 13 Jan 1959 1981 3000 9 10:20.92 1PUR 1.25 Myra Mayberry 5 May 1965 1992 4x100 4 44.52 1.25SUR 6 Letitia Vriesde 5 Oct 1964 1998 800 3 2:00.56 6

542 ASI BRN 9 Maryam Jamal 16 Sep 1984 2006 1500 1 4:00.84 9CHN 2.25 Cao Chunying 5 Feb 1972 1992 800 7 2:19.70 2

1992 4x400 8 3:41.94 0.25CHN 5.75 Chen Dongmei 29 Jan 1963 1989 400H 5 57.40 5

1989 4x400 7 3:34.54 0.75CHN 0.25 Chen Juying 20 Sep 1963 1979 4x400 8 3:48.75 0.25CHN 1 Chen Xuehui 13 Jul 1969 1994 800 8 2:09.82 1CHN 1.25 Chen Yan 27 Nov 1973 1994 4x100 4 43.63 1.25CHN 0.25 Chen Yuxiang 28 Feb 1978 1998 4x400 8 3:43.60 0.25CHN 13.25 Chen Zhaojing 5 Apr 1969 1992 200 3 23.27 6

1992 4x100 1 43.63 21994 200 5 23.20 41994 4x100 4 43.63 1.25

CHN 4 Cong Yuzhen 22 Jan 1963 1985 SP 5 17.83 4CHN 4 Feng Yanbo 28 Aug 1965 1989 1500 6 4:23.54 4CHN 1 Feng Yun 23 Feb 1976 2006 100H 9 13.32 1CHN 2 Gao Han 3 Jul 1971 1992 4x100 1 43.63 2CHN 13 Gao Shuying 28 Oct 1979 2002 PV 4 4.30 6

2006 PV 3 4.50 7CHN 0.5 Gao Yanqing 21 Sep 1958 1981 4x400 8 3:47.64 0.5CHN 1 Ge Weidong 4 Jan 1969 1989 4x100 6 44.91 1CHN 6 Guan Yingnan 25 Apr 1977 1998 LJ 3 6.74 6CHN 9 Gu Yuan 9 May 1982 2002 HT 1 70.75 9CHN 8 Hou Xuemei 27 Feb 1962 1989 DT 2 66.04 8CHN 2 Huang Donghuo 28 Aug 1961 1985 LJ 7 6.29 2CHN 1 Huang Mei 15 Apr 1975 2002 4x100 6 43.82 1CHN 4 Huang Xiaoxiao 3 Mar 1983 2006 400H 6 55.06 4CHN 1.25 Huang Xiaoyan 23 Feb 1969 1994 4x100 4 43.63 1.25CHN 17 Huang Zhihong 7 May 1965 1989 SP 1 20.73 9

1994 SP 1 19.45 8CHN 8 Li Huirong 14 Apr 1965 1992 TJ 1 13.88 8CHN 3 Li Lei 4 May 1974 1998 JT 6 59.45 3CHN 5 Li Ling 7 Feb 1985 2006 SP 5 19.05 5CHN 4 Li Meisu 17 Apr 1959 1998 SP 5 18.00 4

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ASI CHN 4.5 Ling Jin 25 Jan 1967 1989 HJ 5 1.91 4.5CHN 2.25 Li Rui 22 Nov 1979 1998 400H 7 57.64 2

1998 4x400 8 3:43.60 0.25CHN 4 Liu Fengying 26 Jan 1979 1998 DT 5 60.42 4CHN 9.5 Liu Huajin 7 Feb 1960 1985 100H 4 13.20 5

1985 4x100 7 45.16 0.51989 100H 6 13.43 4

CHN 1 Liu Shaomei 16 Oct 1963 1989 4x100 6 44.91 1CHN 3 Liu Shixiang 13 Jan 1971 1998 5000 6 16:51.74 3CHN 1 Liu Shuzhen 7 May 1966 1992 LJ 8 4.78 1CHN 4.25 Liu Xiaomei 11 Jan 1972 1994 100 6 11.66 3

1994 4x100 4 43.63 1.25CHN 5 Liu Yianying 19 Nov 1971 1994 3000 4 9:15.39 5CHN 3 Li Xia 24 Jan 1957 1979 JT 6 52.50 3CHN 12 Li Xiaohui 19 Feb 1956 1979 DT 6 55.64 3

1981 DT 5 55.70 51985 DT 5 57.74 4

CHN 4 Li Xiuxia 8 Sep 1967 1985 3000 5 9:31.80 4CHN 6 Li Yanfeng 15 May 1979 2002 DT 4 59.89 6CHN 1 Li Ying 24 Jun 1975 1994 1500 8 4:34.02 1CHN 3 Luo Bin 7 Jan 1970 1994 100H 6 13.89 3CHN 0.5 Lu Xifang 16 Dec 1973 1994 4x400 7 3:40.89 0.5CHN 5 Ma Ning 4 Nov 1983 2002 JT 6 56.60 4

2006 JT 9 52.54 1CHN 0.25 Ma Yuqin 11 Sep 1972 1992 4x400 8 3:41.94 0.25CHN 9 Min Chunfeng 17 Mar 1969 1992 SP 6 16.40 3

1992 DT 3 63.38 6CHN 0.5 Pan Weixin 13 Feb 1963 1985 4x100 7 45.16 0.5CHN 1 Qin Wangping 16 Jun 1982 2002 4x100 6 43.82 1CHN 4 Qiu Qiaoping 31 Oct 1971 1994 DT 5 57.92 4CHN 11 Ren Ruiping 1 Feb 1976 1994 TJ 3 13.84 6

1998 TJ 4 14.04 5CHN 7 Shen Lijuan 4 Jul 1958 1979 SP 6 16.46 3

1981 SP 6 17.09 4CHN 7 Song Aimin 15 Mar 1978 2006 DT 3 61.47 7CHN 4.75 Sun Sumei 6 Oct 1968 1989 800 6 1:58.56 4

1989 4x400 7 3:34.54 0.75CHN 3 Tang Guoli 1961 1981 JT 7 56.66 3CHN 8.5 Tian Yumei 28 Dec 1965 1985 4x100 7 45.16 0.5

1992 100 3 11.44 61992 4x100 1 43.63 2

CHN 5 Wang Chunmei 10 Apr 1976 1998 3000 4 9:14.50 5CHN 3 Wang Yongmei 3 Oct 1968 1989 3000 7 9:08.65 3CHN 6 Wei Li 29 Jun 1972 1994 10,000 3 32:37.94 6CHN 2 Wu Feng 1981 LJ 8 5.76 2CHN 3 Wu Lingmei 16 Feb 1973 2002 TJ 7 13.60 3CHN 2 Xiao Yehua 6 Nov 1971 1992 4x100 1 43.63 2CHN 5 Xiong Qiying 15 Oct 1967 1989 LJ 5 6.51 5CHN 5 Xu Demei 23 May 1967 1992 JT 4 57.80 5CHN 5 Yang Liuxia 7 Sep 1962 1985 1500 4 4:20.73 5CHN 3 Yang Wenqin 30 Apr 1960 1985 HJ 6 1.85 3CHN 3.25 Yan Jiankui 19 Mar 1976 1998 100 8 11.47 1

1998 200 8 23.19 11998 4x100 8 47.12 0.252002 4x100 6 43.82 1

CHN 5 Yao Weili 6 May 1968 1994 LJ 4 6.60 5CHN 0.25 Ying Yaping 1979 4x100 8 46.19 0.25CHN 1 Zeng Xiujun 10 Feb 1979 2002 4x100 6 43.82 1CHN 1 Zhang Caihua 10 Dec 1964 1989 4x100 6 44.91 1CHN 3 Zhang Hengyun 25 Oct 1974 1994 400 6 52.79 3CHN 3 Zhang Jian 5 Apr 1976 1998 800 6 2:03.09 3CHN 0.5 Zhang Jianmei 1963 1985 4x100 7 45.16 0.5CHN 12 Zhang Li 26 Jun 1961 1989 JT 2 61.50 8

1994 JT 5 58.82 4CHN 4 Zhang Weimin 18 Jan 1970 1992 400H 5 57.66 4CHN 6 Zhang Wenxiu 11 Feb 1983 2006 HT 4 71.19 6CHN 3 Zhang Xiaoqiong 10 Jul 1966 1989 200 8 24.25 2

1989 4x100 6 44.91 1CHN 1 Zhang Xiuyun 27 Apr 1965 1981 1500 9 4:26.97 1CHN 5 Zhang Yu 8 Apr 1971 1992 100H 4 13.35 5

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ASI CHN 2 Zheng Dazhen 22 Sep 1959 1979 HJ 7 1.75 2CHN 9 Zhong Huandi 23 Oct 1967 1992 3000 6 9:14.55 3

1992 10,000 3 33:53.09 6CHN 3 Zhu Hongyang 11 Feb 1964 1985 JT 6 55.90 3HKG 0 Yuko Gordon 23 Feb 1951 1985 10,000 DNF 0INA 0.75 Carolina Rieuwpassa 7 Feb 1949 1977 4x100 7 47.40 0.5

1977 4x400 8 3:53.80 0.25INA 0.25 Emma Tahapary 4 Jul 1960 1985 4x400 8 3:37.59 0.25IND 0.25 Saraswati Dey 23 Nov 1979 1998 4x100 8 47.12 0.25IND 0.25 Satti Geetha 5 Jul 1983 2006 4x400 9 3:38.85 0.25IND 0.25 Manjit Kaur 2 Apr 1982 2006 4x400 9 3:38.85 0.25IND 0.25 Rachita Mistry 4 Mar 1974 1998 4x100 8 47.12 0.25IND 3 Pinki Paramanik 10 Apr 1986 2006 800 7 2:03.28 3IND 1.25 Vandana Rao 21 Apr 1963 1985 200 8 24.38 1

1985 4x400 8 3:37.59 0.25IND 0.75 Kutty Saramma 25 Feb 1971 1992 4x400 8 3:41.94 0.25

1994 4x400 7 3:40.89 0.5IND 1.25 Rita Sen 1979 400 8 57.76 1

1979 4x400 8 3:48.75 0.25IND 0.25 Echallakoppa Shyla 15 Mar 1970 1998 4x100 8 47.12 0.25IND 0.25 Chitra Soman 10 Jul 1983 2006 4x400 9 3:38.85 0.25IND 6.25 P.T. Usha 20 May 1964 1985 400 7 51.61 2

1985 400H 5 56.35 41985 4x400 8 3:37.59 0.25

IND 6.75 Shiny Abraham/Wilson 8 May 1965 1985 800 8 2:06.39 11985 4x400 8 3:37.59 0.251989 400 7 53.80 31989 4x400 7 3:34.54 0.751992 400 8 55.04 11992 4x400 8 3:41.94 0.251994 4x400 7 3:40.89 0.5

IND 2 Geeta Zutshi 2 Dec 1956 1979 800 8 2:10.31 11981 800 9 2:09.56 1

ISR 1 Pazit Fabian 11 Jan 1959 1977 800 8 2:12.90 1ISR 5 Esther Rot 16 Apr 1952 1977 100H 4 13.26 5JPN 3.5 Emi Akimoto 19 Jul 1956 1979 100H 8 14.28 1

1981 100H 8 13.97 21981 4x100 8 46.45 0.5

JPN 4.5 Yumiko Aoi 15 Mar 1960 1979 400H 7 61.02 21979 4x100 8 46.19 0.251979 4x400 8 3:48.75 0.251981 400H 8 61.72 2

JPN 7 Sumie Awara 19 Aug 1952 1977 LJ 5 6.23 41979 LJ 6 5.96 3

JPN 3 Hisayo Fukumitsu 19 Feb 1960 1981 HJ 7 1.83 3JPN 12 Kayoko Fukushi 25 Mar 1982 2006 3000 5 8:44.58 5

2006 5000 3 15:06.69 7JPN 2 Minori Hayakari 29 Nov 1972 2006 3000SC 8 9:49.49 2JPN 4 Miki Imai 30 May 1975 1998 HJ 5 1.93 4JPN 1 Sumiko Kaihara 17 May 1958 1979 200 8 24.60 1JPN 1 Yvonne Kanazawa 19 Nov 1974 2002 100H 9 13.59 1JPN 2 Junko Kataoka 13 Jun 1970 1992 1500 7 4:25.40 2JPN 4 Akiko Kawashima 5 Aug 1977 2002 5000 6 15:41.95 4JPN 2 Kumiko Kobayashi 8 Aug 1958 1979 1500 7 4:47.61 2JPN 4 Emiko Konishi 23 May 1952 1977 200 8 25.22 1

1977 4x100 7 47.40 0.51979 100 8 12.31 11981 200 9 24.82 11981 4x100 8 46.45 0.5

JPN 1 Tashiko Kumagai 12 Nov 1954 1979 3000 8 9:52.95 1JPN 2 Akemi Masuda 1 Jan 1964 1981 3000 8 9:58.07 2JPN 4 Keiko Myogai 7 Jul 1951 1977 JT 5 55.42 4JPN 0.25 Keiko Nagasawa 28 Sep 1957 1977 4x400 8 3:53.80 0.25JPN 1 Mizuho Nasukawa 22 Nov 1979 2002 3000 9 9:23.47 1JPN 0.5 Tomi Osaka 16 Oct 1961 1981 4x100 8 46.45 0.5JPN 1.5 Yukiko Osako 1 Jul 1958 1981 100 9 12.14 1

1981 4x100 8 46.45 0.5JPN 2 Megumi Sato 13 Sep 1966 1992 HJ 6 1.75 2JPN 1 Miho Sugimori 14 Apr 1978 2002 800 9 2:03.22 1JPN 0.25 Asami Tanno 25 Sep 1985 2006 4x400 9 3:38.85 0.25

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ASI JPN 2 Tamami Yagi 15 Nov 1958 1977 HJ 7 1.75 2JPN 1.5 Junko Yoshida 14 Dec 1960 1981 400 9 56.00 1

1981 4x400 8 3:47.64 0.5JPN 0.5 Makiko Yoshida 16 Jul 1976 2002 4x400 8 3:37.18 0.5JPN 2 Junko Yoshitomi 26 May 1962 1977 1500 7 4:24.80 2KAZ 6.5 Marina Aitova 13 Sep 1982 2006 HJ 3 1.94 6.5KAZ 0.25 Svetlana Bodritskaya 7 Nov 1971 1998 4x400 8 3:43.60 0.25KAZ 4 Yelena Koshcheyeva 17 Feb 1973 2002 LJ 6 6.32 4KAZ 3.5 Tatyana Roslanova 28 Sep 1980 2002 400 7 52.44 3

2002 4x400 8 3:37.18 0.5KAZ 2 Olga Rypakova 30 Nov 1984 2006 LJ 8 6.21 2KAZ 0 Olga Shishigina 23 Dec 1968 1998 100H DNF 0KAZ 3 Olga Tereshkova 26 Oct 1984 2006 400 7 52.57 3KAZ 8 Natalya Torshina 4 Oct 1968 1994 400H 6 57.60 3

2002 400H 5 56.38 5KAZ 4 Svetlana Zalevskaya 14 Jun 1973 1994 HJ 5 1.85 4KGZ 4 Tatyana Borisova 3 Jun 1975 2002 1500 6 4:11.14 4KGZ 5 Tatyana Yefimenko 2 Jan 1981 2002 HJ 5 1.91 5KOR 1.5 Lee Eun-Ja 1977 100 8 12.21 1

1977 4x100 7 47.40 0.5KOR 1 Lee Yeong-Seok 16 Dec 1965 1985 100 8 11.92 1KOR 0.25 Mo Myong-Hee 4 Mar 1963 1979 4x100 8 46.19 0.25KOR 5 Park Ok-Ya 5 Feb 1951 1977 DT 7 45.68 2

1977 SP 6 14.60 3MAS 0.5 Marina Chin Leng Sim 19 Oct 1955 1977 4x100 7 47.40 0.5MAS 0.75 Saik Oik-Cum 1979 4x400 8 3:48.75 0.25

1981 4x400 8 3:47.64 0.5MAS 0.75 Josephine Singarayar 29 Jun 1967 1989 4x400 7 3:34.54 0.75MYA 1.25 Than Than 5 Dec 1954 1977 400 8 55.88 1

1977 4x400 8 3:53.80 0.25PHI 0.5 Lydia de Vega 26 Dec 1964 1981 4x400 8 3:47.64 0.5SIN 1 Kandasamy Jayamani 17 Jun 1955 1977 3000 8 10:10.50 1SRI 2.25 Damayanthi Dharsha 13 Feb 1975 1998 400 7 53.30 2

1998 4x400 8 3:43.60 0.25SRI 0.5 Jayamini Illeperuma 3 Jul 1967 1994 4x400 7 3:40.89 0.5SRI 14 Susanthika Jayasinghe 17 Dec 1975 2002 100 2 11.20 8

2002 200 4 22.82 6THA 1 Sangwan Jaksunin 10 Dec 1984 2006 4x100 6 44.27 1THA 1 Orranut Klomdee 1 Jun 1980 2006 4x100 6 44.27 1THA 2 Juttaporn Krasaeyan 13 Feb 1972 2002 SP 8 17.25 2THA 0.25 Usanee Lopinkarn 1979 4x100 8 46.19 0.25THA 1 Nongnuch Sanrat 26 Aug 1983 2006 4x100 6 44.27 1THA 1 Jutamass Tawoncharoen 21 Dec 1981 2006 4x100 6 44.27 1TPE 0.25 Lai Lee-Chiao 15 Jan 1955 1977 4x400 8 3:53.80 0.25TPE 1 Wang Huei-Chen 21 Feb 1970 1989 100 9 11.97 1UZB 0.5 Zamira Amirova 11 Jun 1979 2002 4x400 8 3:37.18 0.5UZB 5 Anastasiya Juravleva 9 Oct 1981 2006 TJ 5 14.54 5UZB 7 Guzel Khubbiyeva 2 May 1976 2006 100 7 11.43 3

2006 200 6 23.34 4VIE 0.5 Nguyen Thi Tinh 8 Dec 1982 2002 4x400 8 3:37.18 0.5

126.5 ESP ESP 3.5 Julia Alba 30 May 1972 2002 200 8 24.21 22002 4x100 7 45.07 0.752002 4x400 7 3:36.50 0.75

ESP 13 Glory Alozie (See also AFR/NGR) 30 Dec 1977 2002 100 4 11.28 62002 100H 3 12.95 7

ESP 1.25 Ana Barrenechea 25 Jul 1964 1989 4x100 5 44.62 1.25ESP 3.5 Ruth Beitia 1 Apr 1979 2002 HJ 6 1.91 3.5ESP 0.75 Carmen Blay 31 Jul 1973 2002 4x100 7 45.07 0.75ESP 1.75 Miriám Bravo 29 Sep 1974 2002 400 9 53.79 1

2002 4x400 7 3:36.50 0.75ESP 2 Berta Castells 24 Jan 1984 2002 HT 8 63.49 2ESP 7 Carlota Castrejana 25 Apr 1973 2002 TJ 3 14.13 7ESP 1.25 Cristina Castro 4 Apr 1969 1989 4x100 5 44.62 1.25ESP 7 Dana Cervantes 18 Aug 1978 2002 PV 3 4.30 7ESP 1.25 Yolanda Díaz 12 Dec 1968 1989 4x100 5 44.62 1.25ESP 8 Marta Domínguez 3 Nov 1975 2002 5000 2 15:19.73 8ESP 0.5 Alicia Echenique 12 Jan 1968 1989 4x400 8 3:36.50 0.5ESP 4 Estela Estévez 24 Feb 1965 1989 3000 6 9:08.17 4ESP 3 Nuria Fernández 16 Aug 1976 2002 1500 7 4:11.56 3ESP 0.5 Gregoria Ferrer 4 Jun 1963 1989 4x400 8 3:36.50 0.5

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ESP ESP 2 Sonia Godall 28 Mar 1968 1989 DT 8 48.54 2ESP 1 Blanca Lacambra 28 Aug 1965 1989 200 9 24.44 1ESP 4 Esther Lahoz 2 May 1963 1989 400H 6 58.56 4ESP 1 Isabel López 4 Jun 1968 1989 LJ 9 6.00 1ESP 0.75 Maria Paz Maqueda 5 Dec 1974 2002 4x400 7 3:36.50 0.75ESP 3 María José Mardomingo 27 Jan 1969 1989 100H 7 13.76 3ESP 8.75 Maite Martínez 17 May 1976 2002 800 2 1:59.24 8

2002 4x400 7 3:36.50 0.75ESP 2 Alice Matejková 11 Jan 1969 2002 DT 8 56.05 2ESP 4.5 Julia Merino 3 Mar 1971 1989 400 6 53.63 4

1989 4x400 8 3:36.50 0.5ESP 3 Marta Miguez 3 Mar 1973 2002 JT 7 55.97 3ESP 7.75 Concepción Montaner 14 Jan 1981 2002 4x100 7 45.07 0.75

2002 LJ 3 6.68 7ESP 1 Beatriz Montero 27 Apr 1977 2002 400H 9 59.79 1ESP 1 Isabel Mozún 20 Mar 1960 1989 HJ 9 1.75 1ESP 5.25 Sandra Myers (See also USA) 9 Jan 1961 1989 100 6 11.36 4

1989 4x100 5 44.62 1.25ESP 2 Marina Prat 12 Feb 1951 1989 10,000 8 34:14.10 2ESP 6 Montserrat Pujol 27 Apr 1961 1989 1500 4 4:21.17 6ESP 1 Irache Quintanal 18 Sep 1978 2002 SP 9 15.79 1ESP 3 Margarita Ramos 26 Jun 1966 1989 SP 7 15.61 3ESP 0.75 Arantxa Reinares 1 Apr 1974 2002 4x100 7 45.07 0.75ESP 4 Beatriz Santíago 28 Oct 1968 2002 3000 6 8:59.88 4ESP 1 Natividad Vizcaíno 27 Jan 1954 1989 JT 9 46.48 1ESP 5.5 Mayte Zúñiga 28 Dec 1964 1989 800 5 1:58.49 5

1989 4x400 8 3:36.50 0.5102 EUN EUN 6 Yelena Afanasyeva (See also RUS) 27 Mar 1967 1992 800 3 2:02.19 6

EUN 7 Marina Antonyuk 12 May 1962 1992 SP 2 17.98 7EUN 1 Olga Bogoslovskaya 20 May 1964 1992 4x100 5 44.55 1EUN 7 Galina Chistyakova (See also URS) 26 Jul 1962 1992 TJ 2 13.67 7EUN 7 Vera Chuvashova 7 Oct 1959 1992 3000 2 9:08.30 7EUN 7.75 Lyudmila Dzhigalova (See also URS) 22 Jan 1962 1992 400 3 52.47 6

1992 4x400 2 3:30.43 1.75EUN 4 Yelena Gribanova 2 Mar 1972 1992 HJ 5 1.85 4EUN 5 Larisa Korotkevich 3 Jan 1967 1992 DT 4 62.86 5EUN 7 Irina Kostyuchenkova 11 May 1961 1992 JT 2 58.10 7EUN 1 Yelena Mizera 20 Feb 1966 1992 4x100 5 44.55 1EUN 8 Yekaterina Podkopayeva (See also URS) 11 Jun 1952 1992 1500 1 4:17.60 8EUN 1 Yelena Politika 24 Aug 1964 1992 100H 8 13.89 1EUN 7.75 Margarita Ponomaryova (See also URS) 19 Jun 1963 1992 400H 3 56.46 6

1992 4x400 2 3:30.43 1.75EUN 1.75 Yelena Ruzina (See also URS) 3 Apr 1964 1992 4x400 2 3:30.43 1.75EUN 1.75 Marina Shmonina (See also URS) 9 Feb 1965 1992 4x400 2 3:30.43 1.75EUN 7 Yelena Sinchukova 23 Jan 1961 1992 LJ 2 6.85 7EUN 1 Zhanna Tarnopolskaya (See also EUR/UKR) 6 Jul 1972 1992 4x100 5 44.55 1EUN 16 Natalya Voronova (See also RUS and URS) 9 Jul 1965 1992 100 1 11.33 8

1992 200 2 23.24 71992 4x100 5 44.55 1

EUN 5 Yelena Vyazova 18 Apr 1960 1992 10,000 4 33:59.99 51035 EUR AUT 1.25 Karoline Käfer 31 Oct 1954 1979 4x400 4 3:27.39 1.25

AUT 6 Ljudmila Ninova 25 Jun 1960 1992 LJ 3 6.59 6BEL 17 Kim Gevaert 5 Aug 1978 2002 100 7 11.41 3

2006 100 4 11.24 62006 200 2 22.72 8

BEL 8 Tia Hellebaut 16 Feb 1978 2006 HJ 2 1.97 8BLR 6 Natalya Dukhnova 16 Jul 1966 1994 800 3 2:02.81 6BLR 6 Natallia Khoroneko 25 May 1982 2006 SP 4 19.06 6BLR 5 Marina Smolyachkova 10 Feb 1985 2006 HT 5 68.93 5BLR 9 Alesya Turova 6 Dec 1979 2006 3000SC 1 9:29.10 9BLR 1.5 Ilona Usovich 14 Nov 1982 2006 4x400 4 3:22.35 1.5BLR 1.5 Svetlana Usovich 14 Oct 1980 2002 4x400 4 3:29.21 1.5BLR 7 Ellina Zvereva 16 Nov 1960 1994 DT 2 63.86 7BUL 5 Svetla Bozhkova 13 Mar 1951 1979 DT 4 60.84 5BUL 1.5 Mariyana Dimitrova 29 Jul 1982 2006 4x400 4 3:22.35 1.5BUL 7.75 Svetla Dimitrova 27 Jan 1970 1994 100H 2 12.95 7

1994 4x100 6 43.99 0.75BUL 11 Tsvetanka Khristova 14 Mar 1962 1985 DT 4 61.90 5

1989 DT 4 61.96 6BUL 8 Stefka Kostadinova 25 Mar 1965 1985 HJ 1 2.00 8

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EUR BUL 5 Aneliya Nuneva 30 Jun 1962 1985 100 4 11.50 5BUL 0.5 Petya Pendareva 20 Jan 1971 1998 4x100 7 43.70 0.5BUL 8 Mariya Petkova 3 Nov 1950 1981 DT 2 66.30 8BUL 9 Totka Petrova 17 Dec 1956 1977 800 1 1:59.20 9

1979 1500 DQ 4:06.47 0BUL 8 Nikolina Shtereva 25 Jan 1955 1979 800 1 2:00.52 8BUL 9.5 Vania Stambolova 28 Nov 1983 2006 400 2 50.09 8

2006 4x400 4 3:22.35 1.5BUL 1.5 Rositsa Stamenova 6 Mar 1955 1985 4x400 3 3:28.47 1.5BUL 9 Antoaneta Todorova 8 Jun 1963 1981 JT 1 70.08 9BUL 6 Daniela Yordanova 8 Mar 1976 2006 1500 4 4:02.97 6BUL 8.5 Ginka Zagorcheva 12 Apr 1958 1985 100H 2 12.72 7

1985 4x100 3 43.38 1.5CZE 6 Helena Fuchsová 3 Jun 1965 1998 400 4 50.40 5

1998 4x400 5 3:26.34 1FIN 1 Sisko Hanhijoki 25 Apr 1962 1992 100 8 11.76 1FIN 13 Mikaela Ingberg 29 Jul 1974 1998 JT 3 64.24 6

2002 JT 3 60.08 7FRA 0.5 Frédérique Bangué 31 Dec 1976 1998 4x100 7 43.70 0.5FRA 0.5 Katia Benth 16 Nov 1975 1998 4x100 7 43.70 0.5FRA 10 Laurence Bily 5 May 1963 1989 100 4 11.31 6

1989 200 6 23.20 41989 4x100 DQ 0

FRA 1.75 Delphine Combe 6 Dec 1974 2002 4x100 3 43.30 1.75FRA 4.5 Elsa Devassoigne 17 Oct 1969 1992 400 5 53.40 4

1992 4x400 7 3:36.48 0.5FRA 2.25 Fabé Dia 14 Feb 1977 1998 4x100 7 43.70 0.5

2002 4x100 3 43.30 1.75FRA 1.25 Viviane Dorsile 1 Jun 1967 1994 4x400 4 3:29.07 1.25FRA 1.25 Evelyne Elien 24 Mar 1964 1994 4x400 4 3:29.07 1.25FRA 0 Patricia Girard 8 Apr 1968 1989 4x100 DQ 0FRA 9.75 Muriel Hurtis 25 Mar 1979 2002 200 2 22.78 8

2002 4x100 3 43.30 1.75FRA 1.75 Valérie Jean-Charles 27 Jan 1969 1992 4x100 2 44.02 1.75FRA 1.25 Francine Landre 26 Jul 1970 1994 4x400 4 3:29.07 1.25FRA 0 Françoise Leroux 4 Oct 1961 1989 4x100 DQ 0FRA 11 Marie-José Pérec 9 May 1968 1989 400 DQ 50.30 0

1989 4x400 DQ 01992 200 1 23.07 81992 4x100 2 44.02 1.751994 4x400 4 3:29.07 1.25

FRA 7 Anne Piquereau 15 Jun 1964 1992 100H 2 13.13 7FRA 0 Nicole Ramalalanirina (See also AFR/MAD) 5 Mar 1972 1998 100H DNF 0FRA 2 Chantal Réga 7 Aug 1955 1979 4x100 1 42.19 2FRA 3.5 Odiah Sidibé 13 Jan 1970 1989 4x100 DQ 0

1992 4x100 2 44.02 1.752002 4x100 3 43.30 1.75

FRA 1.75 Odile Singa 29 Dec 1967 1992 4x100 2 44.02 1.75FRG 4 Sabine Braun (See also GER) 19 Jun 1965 1985 LJ 5 6.62 4FRG 1.25 Elke Decker 23 Feb 1957 1979 4x400 4 3:27.39 1.25FRG 1.75 Dagmar Fuhrmann 6 Apr 1954 1977 4x400 2 3:25.80 1.75FRG 6 Brigitte Graune 14 Mar 1961 1989 JT 4 59.76 6FRG 7 Claudia Losch 10 Jan 1960 1989 SP 3 20.10 7FRG 9 Ulrike Meyfarth 4 May 1956 1981 HJ 1 1.96 9FRG 2.25 Elvira Possekel 11 Apr 1953 1977 4x100 1 42.51 2.25FRG 15.25 Annegret Richter 13 Oct 1950 1977 4x100 1 42.51 2.25

1979 100 3 11.36 61979 200 4 22.78 51979 4x100 1 42.19 2

FRG 1 Monika Schäfer (See also GER) 6 Oct 1959 1985 3000 8 10:03.47 1FRG 5 Claudia Zaczkiewicz 4 Jul 1962 1989 100H 5 12.96 5GBR 0.5 Emma Ania 7 Feb 1979 2006 4x100 8 47.61 0.5GBR 0 Bev Callender 28 Aug 1956 1981 4x100 DNF 0GBR 2 Verona Elder 5 Apr 1953 1981 4x400 2 3:23.03 2GBR 0.5 Emily Freeman 24 Nov 1980 2006 4x100 8 47.61 0.5GBR 7 Sally Gunnell (See also GBR) 29 Jul 1966 1989 400H 3 55.25 7GBR 8 Ashia Hansen 5 Dec 1971 2002 TJ 2 14.32 8GBR 1.75 Donna Hartley 1 May 1955 1977 4x400 2 3:25.80 1.75GBR 2 Joslyn Hoyte-Smith 16 Dec 1954 1981 4x400 2 3:23.03 2GBR 0 Wendy Hoyte 17 Dec 1957 1981 4x100 DNF 0

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EUR GBR 2 Heather Hunte 14 Aug 1959 1979 4x100 1 42.19 2GBR 6 Jade Johnson 7 Jun 1980 2002 LJ 4 6.41 6GBR 0 Linda Keough (See also GBR) 26 Dec 1963 1989 4x400 DQ 0GBR 9.25 Sonia Lannaman 24 Mar 1956 1977 100 2 11.26 7

1977 4x100 1 42.51 2.25GBR 2.25 Andrea Lynch 24 Nov 1952 1977 4x100 1 42.51 2.25GBR 6 Rebecca Lyne 4 Jul 1982 2006 800 4 2:00.97 6GBR 0.5 Joice Maduaka 30 Sep 1973 2006 4x100 8 47.61 0.5GBR 7.5 Lee McConnell 9 Oct 1978 2002 400 4 50.82 6

2002 4x400 4 3:29.21 1.5GBR 9 Yvonne Murray (See also GBR) 4 Oct 1964 1989 3000 1 8:44.32 9GBR 0.5 Anyika Onuora 28 Oct 1984 2006 4x100 8 47.61 0.5GBR 7 Jo Pavey 20 Sep 1973 2002 5000 3 15:20.10 7GBR 7 Gowry Retchakan 21 Jun 1960 1992 400H 2 55.66 7GBR 14 Tessa Sanderson 14 Mar 1956 1977 JT 3 60.30 6

1992 JT 1 61.86 8GBR 2 Michelle Scutt 17 Jun 1960 1981 4x400 2 3:23.03 2GBR 8 Kathy Smallwood 3 May 1960 1981 100 2 11.10 8

1981 4x100 DNF 0GBR 0 Shirley Thomas 15 Jun 1963 1981 4x100 DNF 0GBR 5 Christine Warden 26 Dec 1950 1979 400H 4 57.20 5GBR 6 Fatima Whitbread 3 Mar 1961 1985 JT 3 65.12 6GER 9 Franka Dietzsch (See also GER) 22 Jan 1968 2006 DT 1 66.07 9GER 4 Sabrina Mockenhaupt (See also GER) 6 Dec 1980 2006 5000 6 15:34.61 4GER 9 Steffi Nerius (See also GER) 1 Jul 1972 2006 JT 1 63.37 9GER 6 Martina Strutz 4 Nov 1981 2006 PV 4 4.40 6GRE 8 Olga Vasdhéki 26 Sep 1973 1998 TJ 1 14.64 8GRE 8 Katerína Vóggoli 30 Oct 1970 2002 DT 2 61.77 8HUN 0 Judit Forgács 25 May 1959 1989 4x400 DQ 0HUN 4 Krisztina Papp 17 Dec 1982 2006 3000 6 8:51.15 4HUN 4 Tünde Vaszi 18 Apr 1972 1998 LJ 5 6.72 4IRL 12 Sonia OʼSullivan 28 Nov 1969 1994 1500 5 4:12.30 4

1998 5000 1 16:24.52 8ITA 1.75 Rita Bottiglieri 29 Jun 1953 1977 4x400 2 3:25.80 1.75ITA 1.5 Erica Rossi (See also ITA) 20 Nov 1955 1985 4x400 3 3:28.47 1.5ITA 14 Sara Simeoni 19 Apr 1953 1977 HJ 2 1.92 7

1979 HJ 2 1.94 7NED 5 Monique de Wilt 21 Mar 1976 2002 PV 5 4.20 5NED 0.5 Ester Goossens 21 Feb 1972 1992 4x400 7 3:36.48 0.5NED 7 Christien Toonstra 22 Jun 1966 1992 10,000 2 33:46.19 7NOR 8 Trine Hattestad 18 Apr 1966 1994 JT 1 66.48 8NOR 8 Ingrid Kristiansen 21 Mar 1956 1989 10,000 2 31:42.01 8NOR 16 Grete Waitz 1 Oct 1953 1977 3000 1 8:43.50 9

1979 3000 2 8:38.59 7POL 10 Genowefa Blaszak 22 Aug 1957 1981 400H 2 56.20 8

1985 400H 7 57.50 2POL 6 Anna Bukis 8 Sep 1953 1981 1500 4 4:06.72 6POL 7 Jolanta Januchta 16 Jan 1955 1981 800 3 1:58.32 7POL 6.5 Ewa Kasprzyk 7 Sep 1957 1985 200 4 23.05 5

1985 4x100 3 43.38 1.5POL 7 Lucyna Langer 9 Jan 1956 1981 100H 3 12.97 7POL 1.5 Iwona Pakula 17 May 1962 1985 4x100 3 43.38 1.5POL 1.5 Ewa Pisiewicz 7 May 1962 1985 4x100 3 43.38 1.5POL 1.5 Grazyna Prokopek (See also POL) 20 Apr 1977 2002 4x400 4 3:29.21 1.5POL 17 Grazyna Rabsztyn 20 Sep 1952 1977 100H 1 12.70 9

1979 100H 1 12.67 8POL 7 Malgorzata Rydz 18 Jan 1967 1992 1500 2 4:18.16 7POL 5 Kamila Skolimowska (See also POL) 4 Nov 1982 2002 HT 5 65.24 5POL 27 Irena Szewinska 24 May 1946 1977 200 1 22.72 9

1977 400 1 49.52 91977 4x400 2 3:25.80 1.751979 400 3 51.15 61979 4x400 4 3:27.39 1.25

POL 7 Anna Wlodarczyk 24 Mar 1951 1981 LJ 3 6.59 7POR 8 Aurora Cunha 31 May 1959 1985 10,000 1 32:07.50 8POR 8 Naide Gomes 20 Nov 1979 2006 LJ 2 6.68 8POR 7 Fernanda Ribeiro 23 Jun 1969 1994 10,000 2 31:04.25 7POR 6 Carla Sacramento 10 Dec 1971 1998 1500 3 4:11.66 6ROU 4 Doina Anton 9 May 1957 1979 LJ 5 6.09 4

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EUR ROU 14 Alina Astafei (See also GER) 7 Jun 1969 1989 HJ 3 1.94 71992 HJ 2 1.91 7

ROU 8 Monica Dinescu 1 Apr 1973 1998 HJ 1 1.98 8ROU 7 Nicoleta Grasu 11 Sep 1971 1998 DT 2 66.25 7ROU 8 Marieta Ilcu 16 Oct 1962 1989 LJ 2 6.71 8ROU 9 Paula Ivan 20 Jul 1963 1989 1500 1 4:18.60 9ROU 6 Margareta Keszeg 31 Aug 1965 1992 3000 3 9:09.03 6ROU 5 Ella Kovacs 11 Dec 1964 1992 800 4 2:03.07 5ROU 12 Ionela Tîrlea/Manolache 9 Feb 1976 1998 400H 4 54.01 5

1998 4x400 5 3:26.34 12002 400H 4 56.17 6

ROU 5 Natalia Marasescu 3 Oct 1952 1977 1500 4 4:13.10 5ROU 13 Doina Melinte 27 Dec 1956 1985 1500 3 4:19.66 6

1989 800 3 1:56.55 7ROU 7 Argentina Menis 19 Jul 1948 1977 DT 2 63.38 7ROU 4 Mihaela Oana 11 Nov 1968 1992 SP 5 16.45 4ROU 8 Maricica Puica 29 Jul 1950 1981 3000 2 8:55.80 8ROU 7 Eva Ráduly-Zörgö 23 Oct 1954 1979 JT 2 65.82 7ROU 22 Gabriela Szabo 14 Nov 1975 1994 3000 3 9:15.16 6

1998 3000 1 9:00.54 82002 3000 2 8:50.89 8

ROU 4 Manuela Tirneci 26 Feb 1969 1992 DT 5 57.92 4RUS 0.75 Natalya Anisimova 8 May 1973 1994 4x100 6 43.99 0.75RUS 8 Anna Biryukova 27 Sep 1967 1994 TJ 1 14.46 8RUS 6 Anna Knoroz (See also RUS) 30 Jul 1970 1994 400H 3 56.63 6RUS 0.75 Yekaterina Leshchova 21 Apr 1974 1994 4x100 6 43.99 0.75RUS 23 Irina Privalova (See also RUS) 22 Nov 1968 1994 100 1 11.32 8

1994 200 2 22.51 71994 400 1 50.62 8

RUS 0.75 Marina Trandenkova 7 Jan 1967 1994 4x100 6 43.99 0.75SLO 8 Britta Bilac 4 Dec 1968 1994 HJ 1 1.91 8SLO 7 Jolanda Ceplak 12 Sep 1976 2002 800 3 1:59.42 7SUI 0.5 Kathrin Lüthi 7 Oct 1969 1992 4x400 7 3:36.48 0.5SUI 0 Anita Protti 4 Aug 1964 1989 4x400 DQ 0SWE 8 Kajsa Bergqvist 12 Oct 1976 2002 HJ 2 2.02 8SWE 4 Malin Ewerlöf 2 Jun 1972 1998 800 5 2:02.61 4SWE 2 Linda Haglund 15 Jun 1956 1979 4x100 1 42.19 2SWE 8 Susanna Kallur 16 Feb 1981 2006 100H 2 12.77 8SWE 0.5 Monica Westén 15 Mar 1966 1992 4x400 7 3:36.48 0.5TCH 1.5 Alena Bulirová 24 Dec 1961 1985 4x400 3 3:28.47 1.5TCH 30 Helena Fibingerová 13 Jul 1949 1977 SP 1 20.63 9

1979 SP 2 19.74 71981 SP 2 19.92 81985 SP 3 19.17 6

TCH 4 Sarka Kaspárková 20 May 1971 1992 TJ 5 13.31 4TCH 32.75 Jarmila Kratochvílová 26 Jan 1951 1979 4x400 4 3:27.39 1.25

1981 200 2 22.31 81981 400 1 48.61 91981 4x400 2 3:23.03 21985 400 5 50.95 41985 800 2 2:01.99 71985 4x400 3 3:28.47 1.5

TCH 7 Jarmila Nygrynová 15 Feb 1953 1977 LJ 2 6.48 7TUR 9 Süreyya Ayhan 6 Sep 1978 2002 1500 1 4:02.57 9UKR 6 Yelena Krasovska 17 Aug 1976 2002 100H 4 13.07 6UKR 8 Inessa Kravets 5 Oct 1966 1994 LJ 1 7.00 8UKR 19 Vita Pavlysh 15 Jan 1969 1994 SP 4 18.67 5

1998 SP 1 20.59 82002 SP 4 19.06 6

UKR 11 Zhanna Pintusevich (See also EUN) 6 Jul 1972 1998 100 4 11.08 51998 200 3 22.35 6

UKR 1.5 Natalya Pygyda 30 Jan 1981 2006 4x400 4 3:22.35 1.5UKR 1 Yelena Rurak 7 Feb 1972 1998 4x400 5 3:26.34 1UKR 4 Olga Saladukha 4 Jun 1983 2006 TJ 6 14.16 4UKR 7 Tatyana Tereshchuk/Antipova 11 Oct 1969 1998 4x400 5 3:26.34 1

2006 400H 4 54.55 6UKR 1.5 Antonina Yefremova 19 Jul 1981 2002 4x400 4 3:29.21 1.5

73 GBR GBR 6.25 Jacqui Agyepong 5 Jan 1969 1994 100H 3 13.02 61994 4x100 8 44.45 0.25

GBR 2 Cathy Dawson 9 Mar 1966 1994 800 7 2:04.13 2

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GBR GBR 3 Sharon Gibson 31 Dec 1961 1994 JT 6 53.32 3GBR 5 Michelle Griffith 6 Oct 1971 1994 TJ 4 13.70 5GBR 10 Sally Gunnell (See also EUR/GBR) 29 Jul 1966 1994 400H 1 54.80 8

1994 4x400 1 3:27.36 2GBR 6 Kelly Holmes 19 Apr 1970 1994 1500 3 4:10.81 6GBR 3 Yinka Idowu 25 Feb 1972 1994 LJ 6 6.51 3GBR 0.25 Simmone Jacobs 5 Sep 1966 1994 4x100 8 44.45 0.25GBR 2 Linda Keough (See also EUR/GBR) 26 Dec 1963 1994 4x400 1 3:27.36 2GBR 3 Debbie Marti 14 May 1968 1994 HJ 6 1.85 3GBR 2 Jackie McKernan 1 Jul 1965 1994 DT 7 56.28 2GBR 0.25 Geraldine McLeod 24 Sep 1971 1994 4x100 8 44.45 0.25GBR 8 Yvonne Murray (See also EUR/GBR) 4 Oct 1964 1994 3000 1 8:56.81 8GBR 2 Melanie Neef 26 May 1970 1994 4x400 1 3:27.36 2GBR 4 Judy Oakes 14 Feb 1958 1994 SP 5 17.92 4GBR 4 Suzanne Rigg 29 Nov 1963 1994 10,000 5 33:38.14 4GBR 7 Phylis Smith 29 Sep 1965 1994 400 4 51.36 5

1994 4x400 1 3:27.36 2GBR 5.25 Paula Thomas 3 Dec 1964 1994 100 7 11.67 2

1994 200 6 23.22 31994 4x100 8 44.45 0.25

564.5 GDR GDR 14 Rosemarie Ackermann 4 Apr 1952 1977 HJ 1 1.98 91979 HJ 4 1.87 5

GDR 5.5 Ingrid Brestrich/Auerswald 2 Sep 1957 1977 4x100 2 42.65 1.751979 4x100 2 42.32 1.751985 4x100 1 41.37 2

GDR 6 Heike Balck (See also GER) 19 Aug 1970 1989 HJ 4 1.94 6GDR 2.25 Kerstin Behrendt 2 Sep 1967 1989 4x100 1 42.21 2.25GDR 5 Ines Bibernell 21 Jul 1965 1985 10,000 4 32:45.58 5GDR 6 Christina Brehmer 28 Feb 1958 1977 4x400 1 3:24.04 2.25

1979 4x100 2 42.32 1.751979 4x400 1 3:20.37 2

GDR 10 Grit Breuer (See also GER) 16 Feb 1972 1989 400 2 50.67 81989 4x400 2 3:23.97 2

GDR 26 Ulrike Bruns 17 Nov 1953 1977 1500 3 4:13.10 61977 3000 4 8:49.20 51981 1500 3 4:04.67 71985 3000 1 9:14.65 8

GDR 10 Sabine Busch 21 Nov 1962 1985 400H 1 54.44 81985 4x400 1 3:19.49 2

GDR 14 Kerstin Claus 7 Jul 1959 1979 100H 3 13.03 61981 100H 2 12.91 8

GDR 8 Heike Drechsler (See also GER) 16 Dec 1964 1985 LJ 1 7.27 8GDR 4.25 Kirsten Siemon/Emmelmann 19 Apr 1961 1981 4x100 1 42.22 2.25

1985 4x400 1 3:19.49 2GDR 6 Sabine Engel 21 Apr 1954 1977 DT 3 63.12 6GDR 24 Petra Felke 30 Jul 1959 1981 JT 2 66.60 8

1985 JT 2 66.22 71989 JT 1 70.32 9

GDR 17 Ruth Fuchs 14 Dec 1946 1977 JT 1 62.36 91979 JT 1 66.10 8

GDR 38.75 Marlies Oelsner/Göhr 21 Mar 1958 1977 100 1 11.16 91977 4x100 2 42.65 1.751979 100 2 11.17 71979 4x100 2 42.32 1.751981 100 3 11.13 71981 4x100 1 42.22 2.251985 100 1 11.10 81985 4x100 1 41.37 2

GDR 4.25 Sabine Günther (See also GER) 6 Nov 1963 1985 4x100 1 41.37 21989 4x100 1 42.21 2.25

GDR 1.75 Monika Hamann 8 Jun 1954 1977 4x100 2 42.65 1.75GDR 15 Heike Hartwig 30 Dec 1962 1985 SP 2 19.98 7

1989 SP 2 20.62 8GDR 6 Susanne Helm 24 Jun 1961 1985 HJ 3 1.97 6GDR 2 Annett Hesselbarth 4 Jun 1966 1989 4x400 2 3:23.97 2GDR 17 Evelin Jahl 28 Mar 1956 1979 DT 1 65.18 8

1981 DT 1 66.70 9GDR 6 Ellen Kiessling 17 Feb 1968 1989 3000 4 8:54.50 6GDR 4.5 Jutta Kirst 10 Nov 1954 1981 HJ 5 1.86 4.5GDR 8 Bärbel Klepp 2 Nov 1957 1979 400H 1 55.83 8

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GDR GDR 7 Johanna Klier 13 Sep 1952 1977 100H 2 12.86 7GDR 54.5 Marita Koch 18 Feb 1957 1977 400 2 49.76 7

1977 4x400 1 3:24.04 2.251979 200 2 22.02 71979 400 1 48.97 81979 4x400 1 3:20.37 21981 400 2 49.27 81981 4x400 1 3:20.62 2.251985 200 1 21.90 81985 400 1 47.60 81985 4x400 1 3:19.49 2

GDR 2 Brigitte Köhn 8 Oct 1954 1979 4x400 1 3:20.37 2GDR 8 Hildegard Körner 20 Dec 1959 1985 1500 1 4:10.86 8GDR 2 Gabriele Kotte 12 Dec 1958 1979 4x400 1 3:20.37 2GDR 2.25 Barbara Krug 6 May 1956 1977 4x400 1 3:24.04 2.25GDR 6 Petra Krug 9 Nov 1963 1989 400H 4 55.56 6GDR 7 Christine Liebetrau 30 Dec 1953 1977 800 2 1:59.47 7GDR 7 Yvonne Mai 22 Aug 1965 1989 1500 3 4:20.30 7GDR 20.25 Silke Gladisch/Möller 20 Jun 1964 1985 4x100 1 41.37 2

1989 100 3 11.24 71989 200 1 22.46 91989 4x100 1 42.21 2.25

GDR 9 Ellen Neumann 26 Nov 1958 1981 400H 1 54.82 9GDR 8 Martina Opitz 12 Dec 1960 1985 DT 1 69.78 8GDR 19.25 Cornelia Oschkenat 29 Oct 1961 1985 100H 1 12.71 8

1989 100H 1 12.60 91989 4x100 1 42.21 2.25

GDR 2.25 Bettina Popp 6 Sep 1957 1977 4x400 1 3:24.04 2.25GDR 6 Helga Radtke (See also GER) 16 May 1962 1989 LJ 4 6.54 6GDR 4.25 Dagmar Rübsam 3 Jun 1962 1981 4x400 1 3:20.62 2.25

1985 4x400 1 3:19.49 2GDR 5 Ulla Sauer 14 Jul 1960 1979 3000 4 9:13.27 5GDR 3.5 Romy Schneider 26 Jul 1958 1977 4x100 2 42.65 1.75

1979 4x100 2 42.32 1.75GDR 2 Katrin Schreiter 24 Feb 1969 1989 4x400 2 3:23.97 2GDR 17 Ilona Slupaniek 24 Sep 1956 1977 SP DQ 20.93 0

1979 SP 1 20.98 81981 SP 1 20.60 9

GDR 10.25 Martina Steuk 11 Nov 1959 1981 800 2 1:58.31 81981 4x400 1 3:20.62 2.25

GDR 9 Sigrid Ulbricht 25 Jul 1958 1981 LJ 1 6.80 9GDR 9 Kathrin Ullrich 14 Aug 1967 1989 10,000 1 31:33.92 9GDR 10 Christine Wachtel 6 Jan 1965 1985 800 1 2:01.57 8

1989 4x400 2 3:23.97 2GDR 2.25 Gesine Walther 6 Oct 1962 1981 4x100 1 42.22 2.25GDR 8 Christiane Wartenberg 27 Oct 1956 1979 1500 1 4:06.88 8GDR 6 Anita Weiss 16 Jul 1955 1979 800 3 2:01.33 6GDR 8 Sigrun Wodars 7 Nov 1965 1989 800 2 1:55.70 8GDR 18.5 Bärbel Eckert/Wöckel 21 Mar 1955 1977 200 2 23.02 7

1981 200 3 22.41 71981 4x100 1 42.22 2.251981 4x400 1 3:20.62 2.25

GDR 12 Brigitte Künzel/Wujak 6 Mar 1955 1977 LJ 4 6.42 51979 LJ 2 6.55 7

GDR 9 Ilke Wyludda (See also GER) 28 Mar 1969 1989 DT 1 71.54 9GDR 9 Angelika Zauber 5 Nov 1958 1981 3000 1 8:54.89 9

311.5 GER GER 1 Helga Arendt 24 Apr 1964 1992 4x400 5 3:34.33 1GER 3 Alina Astafei (See also EUR/ROU) 7 Jun 1969 1998 HJ 6 1.90 3GER 5 Heike Balck (See also GDR) 19 Aug 1970 1994 HJ 4 1.88 5GER 9 Annika Becker 12 Nov 1981 2002 PV 1 4.55 9GER 2 Antje Beggerow 10 Dec 1973 1994 1500 7 4:23.65 2GER 1.75 Anja Böhme 28 Jul 1971 1992 4x100 6 44.63 0.75

1992 4x400 5 3:34.33 1GER 3 Kirsten Bolm 4 Mar 1975 2002 100H 7 13.15 3GER 4 Claudia Borgschulze 9 Feb 1964 1992 3000 5 9:13.87 4GER 4 Sabine Braun (See also EUR/FRG) 19 Jun 1965 1994 LJ 5 6.54 4GER 9 Grit Breuer (See also GDR) 16 Feb 1972 1998 400 2 49.86 7

1998 4x400 1 3:24.26 2GER 5 Kristina da Fonseca-Wollheim 10 Feb 1972 1992 1500 4 4:20.39 5GER 4 Tanja Damaske 16 Nov 1971 1998 JT 5 62.51 4

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GER GER 8 Franka Dietzsch (See also EUR/GER) 22 Jan 1968 1998 DT 1 67.07 8GER 16 Heike Drechsler (See also GDR) 16 Dec 1964 1992 LJ 1 7.16 8

1998 LJ 1 7.07 8GER 5 Claudia Dreher 2 May 1971 1994 10,000 4 33:04.79 5GER 1.25 Florence Ekpo-Umoh 27 Dec 1977 2002 4x400 5 3:31.09 1.25GER 2 Anke Feller 26 Sep 1971 1998 4x400 1 3:24.26 2GER 6 Karen Forkel 24 Sep 1970 1994 JT 3 61.26 6GER 7 Kathleen Friedrich 13 Jul 1977 2002 1500 3 4:10.20 7GER 4 Claudia Gesell 18 Dec 1977 2002 800 6 2:01.58 4GER 5.75 Sabine Günther (See also GDR) 6 Nov 1963 1992 100 7 11.74 2

1992 200 6 23.69 31992 4x100 6 44.63 0.75

GER 1.5 Katchi Habel 22 Oct 1982 2002 4x100 4 43.36 1.5GER 3.5 Kathryn Holinski 19 Jul 1982 2002 HJ 6 1.91 3.5GER 1.75 Karin Janke 14 Oct 1963 1994 4x400 2 3:27.59 1.75GER 5 Birgit Kähler 14 Aug 1970 1992 HJ 4 1.85 5GER 4 Susanne Keil 18 May 1978 2002 HT 6 64.62 4GER 1.25 Nancy Kette 24 Jul 1977 2002 4x400 5 3:31.09 1.25GER 6 Linda Kisabaka 9 Apr 1969 1992 400H 4 57.50 5

1992 4x400 5 3:34.33 1GER 3 Nadine Kleinert 20 Oct 1975 1998 SP 6 17.60 3GER 1.75 Silke Knoll 21 Feb 1967 1994 4x100 2 43.22 1.75GER 3 Dörte Köster 4 Mar 1973 1994 3000 6 9:23.32 3GER 5 Kati Kovacs 7 Sep 1973 1994 800 4 2:03.32 5GER 13 Astrid Kumbernuss 5 Feb 1970 1994 SP 3 18.89 6

2002 SP 3 19.11 7GER 4 Gaby Lesch 17 Aug 1964 1992 800 5 2:03.66 4GER 1.75 Silke Lichtenhagen 20 Nov 1973 1994 4x100 2 43.22 1.75GER 1 Nkechi Madubuko 28 Mar 1972 1998 TJ 8 12.76 1GER 5.25 Claudia Marx 16 Sep 1978 2002 400 6 52.30 4

2002 4x400 5 3:31.09 1.25GER 6.75 Heike Meissner 29 Jan 1970 1994 4x400 2 3:27.59 1.75

1998 800 7 2:04.50 22002 400H 7 57.40 3

GER 4 Irina Mikitenko 23 Aug 1972 1998 5000 5 16:46.60 4GER 3 Sabrina Mockenhaupt (See also EUR/GER) 6 Dec 1980 2002 5000 7 15:42.22 3GER 6 Kathrin Neimke 18 Jul 1966 1992 SP 3 17.97 6GER 9 Steffi Nerius (See also EUR/GER) 1 Jul 1972 1992 JT 6 56.24 3

2002 JT 4 57.81 6GER 18.75 Melanie Paschke 29 Jun 1970 1994 100 5 11.64 4

1994 200 7 23.32 21994 4x100 2 43.22 1.751998 200 6 22.70 31998 4x100 3 42.81 1.52002 100 5 11.37 52002 4x100 4 43.36 1.5

GER 4 Kristin Patzwahl 16 Jul 1965 1994 100H 5 13.68 4GER 6.25 Andrea Philipp 29 Jul 1971 1994 4x100 2 43.22 1.75

1998 100 6 11.25 31998 4x100 3 42.81 1.5

GER 6 Helga Radtke (See also GDR) 16 May 1962 1992 TJ 6 13.26 31994 TJ 6 13.47 3

GER 11 Silvia Rieger 14 Nov 1970 1994 400H 2 56.14 71998 400H 5 54.22 4

GER 4.25 Birgit Rockmeier 29 Nov 1973 1998 4x100 3 42.81 1.52002 4x100 4 43.36 1.52002 4x400 5 3:31.09 1.25

GER 6 Gabi Rockmeier 29 Nov 1973 1998 4x100 3 42.81 1.52002 200 7 23.67 32002 4x100 4 43.36 1.5

GER 3.75 Uta Rohländer 30 Jun 1969 1994 4x400 2 3:27.59 1.751998 4x400 1 3:24.26 2

GER 6.75 Gabriele Roth 8 May 1967 1992 100H 3 13.34 61992 4x100 6 44.63 0.75

GER 6.75 Anja Rücker 20 Dec 1972 1992 400 6 53.81 31992 4x400 5 3:34.33 11994 400 8 54.21 11994 4x400 2 3:27.59 1.75

GER 3 Monika Schäfer (See also EUR/FRG) 6 Oct 1959 1992 10,000 6 34:35.60 3GER 0.75 Jana Schönenberger 28 Nov 1971 1992 4x100 6 44.63 0.75

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GER GER 5 Sofia Schulte 8 Apr 1976 2002 LJ 7 6.16 32002 TJ 8 12.73 2

GER 2 Melanie Schulz 27 Aug 1979 2002 3000 8 9:10.57 2GER 4 Caren Sonn 18 Jan 1968 1998 100H 5 12.87 4GER 4 Jana Tucholke 20 May 1981 2002 DT 6 57.94 4GER 2 Ulrike Urbansky 6 Apr 1977 1998 4x400 1 3:24.26 2GER 15 Ilke Wyludda (See also GDR) 28 Mar 1969 1992 DT 2 67.90 7

1994 DT 1 65.30 8GER 7 Luminita Zaituc 9 Oct 1968 1998 1500 5 4:16.80 4

1998 3000 6 9:18.01 360.5 GRE GRE 1 Areti Abatzi 14 May 1974 2006 DT 9 53.66 1

GRE 1 Kalliópi Astropekáki 15 Dec 1981 2006 1500 9 4:40.68 1GRE 2.75 Haríklia Boudá 17 Aug 1980 2006 4x100 7 44.29 0.75

2006 200 8 23.52 2GRE 15 Chrisopiyí Devetzí 2 Jan 1976 2006 TJ 2 15.04 8

2006 LJ 3 6.64 7GRE 0.75 Stilianí Dimóglou 18 Nov 1984 2006 4x400 7 3:35.79 0.75GRE 0.75 Dímitra Dova 2 Jul 1974 2006 4x400 7 3:35.79 0.75GRE 2 Eléni Filándra 12 Jan 1984 2006 800 8 2:05.14 2GRE 5 Faní Halkiá 2 Feb 1979 2006 400 5 50.94 5GRE 2.75 Hristina Hantzi-Neag 26 Dec 1976 2006 400H 8 56.35 2

2006 4x400 7 3:35.79 0.75GRE 2.5 Persefóni Hatzinákou 6 Jun 1984 2006 HJ 7 1.83 2.5GRE 0.75 Elefthería Kobídou 10 Feb 1985 2006 4x100 7 44.29 0.75GRE 1 Iríni Kokkinaríou 14 Feb 1981 2006 3000SC 9 10:35.78 1GRE 4.75 Yeoryía Koklóni 7 May 1981 2006 100 6 11.40 4

2006 4x100 7 44.29 0.75GRE 4 Savva Lika 27 Jun 1970 2006 JT 6 58.36 4GRE 0.75 Zoí Nerantzídou 18 Apr 1979 2006 4x100 7 44.29 0.75GRE 0.75 Aléna Pádi 17 Jun 1984 2006 4x400 7 3:35.79 0.75GRE 2 Alexándra Papageorgiou 17 Dec 1980 2006 HT 8 65.22 2GRE 5 Maria Protopappa 5 May 1973 2006 3000 8 9:00.15 2

2006 5000 7 15:49.50 3GRE 3 Flóra Redoúmi 11 Sep 1976 2006 100H 7 13.23 3GRE 4 Afroditi Skafida 20 Mar 1982 2006 PV 6 4.15 4GRE 1 Iríni Terzóglou 2 Feb 1979 2006 SP 9 16.32 1

68.5 ITA ITA 3 Maristella Bano 23 Apr 1957 1981 DT 7 50.30 3ITA 1 Antonella Capriotti 4 Feb 1962 1981 4x100 6 45.01 1ITA 6 Giuseppina Cirulli 19 Mar 1959 1981 400H 5 58.11 5

1981 4x400 6 3:36.50 1ITA 7 Silvana Cruciata 15 Feb 1953 1981 3000 3 8:57.10 7ITA 14 Gabriella Dorio 27 Jun 1957 1981 800 4 1:59.43 6

1981 1500 2 4:03.75 8ITA 4.5 Alessandra Fossati 30 Sep 1963 1981 HJ 5 1.86 4.5ITA 6 Patrizia Lombardo 3 Sep 1958 1981 100H 6 13.68 4

1981 4x100 6 45.01 11981 4x400 6 3:36.50 1

ITA 9 Marisa Masullo 8 May 1959 1981 100 6 11.53 41981 200 6 23.22 41981 4x100 6 45.01 1

ITA 1 Carla Mercurio 26 Oct 1960 1981 4x100 6 45.01 1ITA 3 Barbara Norello 21 Sep 1960 1981 LJ 7 6.01 3ITA 5 Cinzia Petrucci 28 Oct 1955 1981 SP 5 17.77 5ITA 1 Morena Pistrino 7 Sep 1958 1981 4x400 6 3:36.50 1ITA 2 Fausta Quintavalla 4 May 1959 1981 JT 8 52.80 2ITA 6 Erica Rossi (See also EUR/ITA) 20 Nov 1955 1981 400 5 52.50 5

1981 4x400 6 3:36.50 1516 OCE AUS 1 Libby Allen 22 May 1980 2006 800 9 2:07.31 1

AUS 1 Linda Allen 23 Mar 1987 2006 TJ 9 12.95 1AUS 1 Michelle Apostolou 3 Dec 1979 2002 TJ 9 12.12 1AUS 3 Kerrie Baumgartner 12 Oct 1967 1989 800 8 2:01.58 2

1989 4x400 6 3:33.72 1AUS 3 Brooke Billett 9 Jul 1980 2006 HT 7 65.92 3AUS 0.5 Angeline Blackburn 17 Aug 1989 2006 4x400 8 3:36.36 0.5AUS 1 Lauren Boden 3 Aug 1988 2006 400H 9 58.22 1AUS 12 Nicole Boegman 5 Mar 1967 1989 LJ 3 6.64 7

1994 LJ 7 6.45 21998 LJ 6 6.64 3

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