2002 IAAF World Cup

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The 9th IAAF World Cup in Athletics was an international track and field sporting event sponsored by the International Association of Athletics Federations. It was hosted by Madrid, September 21–22, 2002, in the Estadio La Peineta. The IAAF world cup event is currently held every four years.

The team winner of the men's competition was Africa, while the Russian team took the women's cup.

Overall results[edit]

Men[edit]

Pos. Team Result
1 Africa 139
2 Europe 121
3 America 119
4 United States 112
5 Spain 103
6 Germany 96.5
7 Asia 91
8 Oceania 74.5
- United Kingdom DSQ1
 

1 Britain originally finished eighth with 83 points, but the team was disqualified in August 2003 after Dwain Chambers admitted to using THG between the beginning of 2002 and August 2003. All other individual results were allowed to stand, but the IAAF ruled that the individual athletes received no score.

Women[edit]

Pos. Team Result
1 Russia 129
2 Europe 126
3 America 111
4 Africa 102
5 Germany 83.5
6 Spain 78.5
7 Asia 78
8 United States 77
9 Oceania 61

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Uchenna Emedolu (NGR)
Africa
10.06  Kim Collins (SKN)
Americas
10.06  Francis Obikwelu (POR)
Europe
10.09
200 metres  Francis Obikwelu (POR)
Europe
20.18  Frankie Fredericks (NAM)
Africa
20.20  Marlon Devonish (GBR)
Great Britain
20.32
400 metres  Michael Blackwood (JAM)
Americas
44.60  Ingo Schultz (GER)
Germany
44.86  Fawzi Al Shammari (KUW)
Asia
45.14
800 metres  Antonio Manuel Reina (ESP)
Spain
1:43.83  Djabir Saïd-Guerni (ALG)
Africa
1:44.03  David Krummenacker (USA)
United States
1:45.14
1500 metres  Bernard Lagat (KEN)
Africa
3:31.20  Reyes Estévez (ESP)
Spain
3:33.67  Mehdi Baala (FRA)
Europe
3:38.04
3000 metres  Craig Mottram (AUS)
Oceania
7:41.37  David Galván (MEX)
Americas
7:47.43  Roberto García (ESP)
Spain
7:53.96
5000 metres  Alberto García (ESP)
Spain
13:30.04  Paul Malakwen Kosgei (KEN)
Africa
13:31.71  Ismaïl Sghyr (FRA)}
Europe
13:32.82
110 metre hurdles  Anier García (CUB)
Americas
13.10  Allen Johnson (USA)
United States
13.45  Staņislavs Olijars (LAT)
Europe
13.58
400 metre hurdles  James Carter (USA)
United States
48.27  Mubarak Al-Nubi (QAT)
Asia
48.96  Chris Rawlinson (GBR)
Great Britain
49.18
3000 metre steeplechase  Wilson Boit Kipketer (KEN)
Africa
8:25.34  Luis Miguel Martín (ESP)
Spain
8:26.35  Khamis Abdullah Saifeldin (QAT)
Asia
8:30.66
4×100 metre relay United States
Jon Drummond
Jason Smoots
Kaaron Conwright
Coby Miller
37.95 Americas
Freddy Mayola
Kim Collins
Christopher Williams
Dominic Demeritte
38.32 Africa
Idrissa Sanou
Uchenna Emedolu
Aziz Zakari
Frankie Fredericks
38.63
4×400 metre relay Americas
Félix Sánchez
Alleyne Francique
Michael McDonald
Michael Blackwood
2:59.19 Africa
Adem Hecini
Sofiane Labidi
Fernando Augustin
Eric Milazar
3:01.691 Asia
Rohan Pradeep Kumara
Hamdan Al-Bishi
Sugath Thilakaratne
Fawzi Al Shammari
3:03.02
High jump  Yaroslav Rybakov (RUS)
Europe
2.31  Mark Boswell (CAN)
Americas
2.29  Ben Challenger (GBR)
Great Britain
2.20
Pole vault  Okkert Brits (RSA)
Africa
5.75  Jeff Hartwig (USA)
United States
5.70  Lars Börgeling (GER)
Germany
5.40
Long jump  Savanté Stringfellow (USA)
United States
8.21  Iván Pedroso (CUB)
Americas
8.19  Yago Lamela (ESP)
Spain
8.11
Triple jump  Jonathan Edwards (GBR)
Great Britain
17.34  Walter Davis (USA)
United States
17.23  Christian Olsson (SWE)
Europe
17.05
Shot put  Adam Nelson (USA)
United States
20.80  Justin Anlezark (AUS)
Oceania
20.77  Ralf Bartels (GER)
Germany
20.67
Discus throw  Róbert Fazekas (HUN)
Europe
71.25  Frantz Kruger (RSA)
Africa'
66.78  Mario Pestano (ESP)
Spain
64.64
Hammer throw  Adrián Annus (HUN)
Europe
80.93  Koji Murofushi (JPN)
Asia
80.08  Karsten Kobs (GER)
Germany
78.44
Javelin throw  Sergey Makarov (RUS)
Europe
86.44  Boris Henry (GER)
Germany
81.60  Emeterio González (CUB)
Americas
79.77

1 The United States originally finished second in 2:59.21, but were disqualified in 2009 after Antonio Pettigrew admitted to using HGH and EPO between 1997 and 2003.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Tayna Lawrence (JAM)
Americas
11.06 1  Susanthika Jayasinghe (SRI)
Asia
11.20  Endurance Ojokolo (NGR)
Africa
11.26
200 metres  Debbie Ferguson (BAH)
Americas
22.49  Muriel Hurtis (FRA)
Europe'
22.78  Myriam Mani (CMR)
Africa
22.81
400 metres  Ana Guevara (MEX)
Americas
49.56  Jearl Miles Clark (USA)
United States
50.27  Olesya Zykina (RUS)
Russia
50.67
800 metres  Maria Mutola (MOZ)
Africa
1:58.60  Mayte Martínez (ESP)
Spain
1:59.24  Jolanda Čeplak (SLO)
Europe
1:59.42
1500 metres  Süreyya Ayhan (TUR)
Europe
4:02.57  Tatyana Tomashova (RUS)
Russia
4:09.74  Kathleen Friedrich (GER)
Germany
4:10.20
3000 metres  Berhane Adere (ETH)
Africa
8:50.88  Gabriela Szabo (ROU)
Europe
8:50.89  Yelena Zadorozhnaya (RUS)
Russia
8:50.93
5000 metres  Olga Yegorova (RUS)
Russia
15:18.15  Marta Domínguez (ESP)
Spain
15:19.73  Joanne Pavey (GBR)
Great Britain
15:20.10
100 metre hurdles  Gail Devers (USA)
United States
12.65  Brigitte Foster (JAM)
Americas
12.82  Glory Alozie (ESP)
Spain
12.95
400 metre hurdles  Yuliya Pechonkina (RUS)
Russia
53.88  Sandra Glover (USA)
United States
54.46  Jana Pittman (AUS)
Oceania
55.15
4×100 metre relay Americas
Tayna Lawrence
Juliet Campbell
Beverly McDonald
Debbie Ferguson
41.91 Africa
Chinedu Odozor
Myriam Mani
Makaridja Sanganoko
Endurance Ojokolo
42.99 2 Europe
Delphine Combe
Muriel Hurtis
Fabe Dia
Odiah Sidibé
43.30
4×400 metre relay Americas
Sandie Richards
Daimí Pernía
Christine Amertil
Ana Guevara
3:23.53 Russia
Natalya Antyukh
Yuliya Pechonkina
Natalya Nazarova
Olesya Zykina
3:26.59 Africa
Mireille Nguimgo
Hortense Béwouda
Maria Mutola
Kaltouma Nadjina
3:26.84
High jump  Hestrie Cloete (RSA)
Africa
2.02  Kajsa Bergqvist (SWE)
Europe
2.02  Marina Kuptsova (RUS)
Russia
2.00
Pole vault  Annika Becker (GER)
Germany
4.55  Svetlana Feofanova (RUS)
Russia
4.40  Dana Cervantes (ESP)
Spain
4.30
Long jump  Tatyana Kotova (RUS)
Russia
6.85  Maurren Maggi (BRA)
Americas
6.81  Concepción Montaner (ESP)
Spain
6.68
Triple jump  Françoise Mbango Etone (CMR)
Africa
14.37  Ashia Hansen (GBR)
Great Britain
14.32  Carlota Castrejana (ESP)
Spain
14.13
Shot put  Irina Korzhanenko (RUS)
Russia
20.20  Yumileidi Cumbá (CUB)
Americas
19.14  Astrid Kumbernuss (GER)
Germany
19.11
Discus throw  Beatrice Faumuina (NZL)
Oceania
62.47  Ekaterini Voggoli (GRE)
Europe
61.77  Natalya Sadova (RUS)
Russia
61.30
Hammer throw  Gu Yuan (CHN)
Asia
70.75  Yipsi Moreno (CUB)
Africa
69.65  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS)
Russia
66.98
Javelin throw  Osleidys Menéndez (CUB)
Americas
64.41  Tatyana Shikolenko (RUS)
Russia
60.11  Mikaela Ingberg (FIN)
Europe
60.08

1 Marion Jones originally won this event in 10.90, but she was disqualified in 2007 after she admitted to drug use between 2000 and 2002.
2 The United States originally finished second in 42.05, but were disqualified in 2007 after Marion Jones admitted to drug use between 2000 and 2002.
3 The United States originally finished second in 3:24.67, but were later disqualified after Michelle Collins admitted to drug use.

Results[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2002 IAAF World Cup results.

References[edit]