2001 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres

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Events at the
2001 IAAF World Indoor
Championships

Athletics pictogram.svg
Track events
60 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m men women
60 m hurdles men women
4×400 m relay men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Combined events
Pentathlon women
Heptathlon men

The men's 60 metres event at the 2001 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on March 11.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Tim Harden
 United States
Tim Montgomery
 United States
Mark Lewis-Francis
 Great Britain

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 of each heat (Q) and next 8 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6.59 Q
2 3 Tim Montgomery  United States 6.60 Q
3 8 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.61 Q, PB
4 6 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 6.62 Q
4 8 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.62 Q
6 3 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.63 Q
7 1 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.65 Q
7 5 Venancio José  Spain 6.65 Q
7 5 Jérôme Éyana  France 6.65 Q, PB
10 6 Stéphane Cali  France 6.66 Q
11 6 Nobuharu Asahara  Japan 6.66 q
12 4 Tim Harden  United States 6.67 Q
13 8 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.69 q
14 4 Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 6.70 Q
14 4 Erik Wijmeersch  Belgium 6.70 q, PB
14 6 Gennadiy Chernovol  Kazakhstan 6.70 q
17 2 Marcin Krzywański  Poland 6.71 Q
17 5 Luca Verdecchia  Italy 6.71 q
19 7 Patrick Johnson  Australia 6.72 Q
20 7 Urban Acman  Slovenia 6.73 Q
21 7 Nathan Bongelo  Belgium 6.74 q
22 7 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 6.74 q
23 3 Peter Frederick  Trinidad and Tobago 6.75 q
24 2 Christian Malcolm  Great Britain 6.77
24 3 Ibrahim Meité  Ivory Coast 6.77
24 4 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 6.77
27 3 Dmitri Vasilyev  Russia 6.78
28 4 Chiang Wai Hung  Hong Kong 6.81
29 1 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 6.82 Q
29 2 Rolando Blanco  Guatemala 6.82 PB
29 5 Carlos Santos  Puerto Rico 6.82
32 1 Konstantin Rurak  Ukraine 6.83
33 2 Slaven Krajačić  Croatia 6.86
34 6 Rashid Chouhal  Malta 6.87 SB
35 1 Peter Pulu  Papua New Guinea 6.89
35 6 Ahmad Nasr Ahmad  Egypt 6.89
37 3 Sayon Cooper  Liberia 6.91
38 7 Watson Nyambek  Malaysia 6.94
39 2 Erol Mutlusoy  Turkey 6.95
39 5 Idrissa Sanou  Burkina Faso 6.95
41 4 Eric Nkansah  Ghana 6.97
42 1 Vahagn Javachyan  Armenia 6.99
43 5 Gian Nicola Berardi  San Marino 7.00
43 7 Patrick Mocci Raoumbé  Gabon 7.00
43 7 Arben Maka  Albania 7.00
46 1 Diego Ferreira  Paraguay 7.04
47 8 Joseph Colville  Costa Rica 7.05
48 6 Reuben Apuri  Solomon Islands 7.09
48 8 Ram Krishna Chaudhari    Nepal 7.09
50 2 Youssef El Haress  Lebanon 7.10 NR
51 8 Francesco Scuderi  Italy 7.13
52 1 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 7.18
53 7 Watson dos Anjos  São Tomé and Príncipe 7.23
54 4 Somephavanh Soukalune  Laos 7.29 NR
55 1 Timothy Brooks  Anguilla 7.34
56 5 Dylan Menzies  Norfolk Island 7.38
57 2 Jean-Marie Vianney Mouanda  Republic of the Congo 7.43
58 8 Fagamanu Sofai  Samoa 7.67
3 Moussa Camara  Guinea DNS
5 Leonard Myles-Mills  Ghana DNS
6 Denis Daniel Gutierrez  Nicaragua DNS
8 Sherwin James  Dominica DNS

Semifinals[edit]

First 2 of each semifinal (Q) and next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Tim Harden  United States 6.52 Q, SB
2 1 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 6.55 Q, SB
3 1 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.56 Q, PB
4 2 Tim Montgomery  United States 6.57 Q
5 1 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.59 q
5 3 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.59 Q
7 1 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.60 q, SB
8 2 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.60 Q
9 3 Venancio José  Spain 6.61
10 3 Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6.63
11 2 Jérôme Éyana  France 6.64 PB
12 3 Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 6.67
13 3 Stéphane Cali  France 6.68
14 2 Gennadiy Chernovol  Kazakhstan 6.69
15 2 Patrick Johnson  Australia 6.69
16 1 Urban Acman  Slovenia 6.70
17 2 Nobuharu Asahara  Japan 6.72
17 3 Peter Frederick  Trinidad and Tobago 6.72
19 2 Marcin Krzywański  Poland 6.73
20 1 Luca Verdecchia  Italy 6.74
21 3 Erik Wijmeersch  Belgium 6.78
22 1 Nathan Bongelo  Belgium 6.84
23 1 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 6.85
24 2 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 6.89

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Tim Harden  United States 6.44 SB
2 Tim Montgomery  United States 6.46 PB
3 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.51 WJR
4 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.55 SB
5 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.55 SB
6 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.59
7 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.60
Deji Aliu  Nigeria DQ

References[edit]