2005 IAAF World Athletics Final

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The 3rd IAAF World Athletics Final was held at the Stade Louis II, in Monte Carlo, Monaco on September 9, and September 10, 2005.

The hammer throw event for men and women had to take place in Szombathely, Hungary on September 3 as the Monaco stadium was not large enough to hold the event.


Medal winners[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event 1st: 2nd: 3rd:
Men's 100 m Trinidad and Tobago Marc Burns, Trinidad and Tobago Ghana Aziz Zakari, Ghana Jamaica Dwight Thomas, Jamaica
Men's 110 m Hurdles United States Allen Johnson, USA United States Dominique Arnold, USA United States Terrence Trammell, USA
Men's 200 m United States Tyson Gay, USA Jamaica Christopher Williams, Jamaica United States Wallace Spearmon, USA
Men's 400 m United States Tyree Washington, USA United Kingdom Timothy Benjamin, Great Britain The Bahamas Chris Brown, Bahamas
Men's 400 m Hurdles United States Bershawn Jackson, USA Jamaica Kemel Thompson, Jamaica South Africa L.J. van Zyl, South Africa
Men's 800 m Kenya Wilfred Bungei, Kenya Bahrain Yusuf Saad Kamel, Bahrain Russia Yuriy Borzakovskiy, Russia
Men's 1,500 m Ukraine Ivan Heshko, Ukraine United States Bernard Lagat, USA Kenya Alex Kipchirchir, Kenya
Men's 3,000 m United States Bernard Lagat, USA Kenya Eliud Kipchoge, Kenya Kenya Augustine Kiprono Choge, Kenya
Men's 3,000 m S'chase Kenya Paul Kipsiele Koech, Kenya Kenya Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenya Kenya Brimin Kipruto, Kenya
Men's 5,000 m Ethiopia Sileshi Sihine, Ethiopia Uganda Boniface Kiprop, Uganda Kenya Isaac Kiprono Songok, Kenya
Men's Long Jump United States Dwight Phillips, USA United States Miguel Pate, USA Jamaica James Beckford, Jamaica
Men's Triple Jump Cuba Yoandri Betanzos, Cuba Brazil Jádel Gregório, Brazil United States Walter Davis, USA
Men's High Jump Cuba Víctor Moya, Cuba Russia Vyacheslav Voronin, Russia Russia Yaroslav Rybakov, Russia
Sweden Stefan Holm, Sweden
Men's Pole Vault United States Brad Walker, USA Germany Tim Lobinger, Germany Russia Igor Pavlov, Russia
Italy Giuseppe Gibilisco, Italy
Men's Shot Put United States Adam Nelson, USA Denmark Joachim Olsen, Denmark United States Reese Hoffa, USA
Men's Discus Lithuania Virgilijus Alekna, Lithuania Estonia Gerd Kanter, Estonia Hungary Zoltán Kővágó, Hungary
Men's Javelin Finland Tero Pitkämäki, Finland Norway Andreas Thorkildsen, Norway Russia Sergey Makarov, Russia
Men's Hammer Throw[1] Finland Olli-Pekka Karjalainen, Finland Belarus Vadim Devyatovskiy, Belarus Hungary Krisztián Pars, Hungary

Women's events[edit]

Event 1st: 2nd: 3rd:
Women's 100 m JamaicaVeronica Campbell, Jamaica France Christine Arron, France United States Lauryn Williams, USA
Women's 100 m Hurdles United States Michelle Perry, USA Jamaica Brigitte Foster-Hylton, Jamaica Jamaica Delloreen Ennis-London, Jamaica
Women's 200 m United States Allyson Felix, USA Jamaica Veronica Campbell, Jamaica France Christine Arron, France
Women's 400 m United States Sanya Richards, USA The Bahamas Tonique Williams-Darling, Bahamas United States DeeDee Trotter, USA
Women's 400 m Hurdles United States Lashinda Demus, USA Russia Yuliya Pechonkina, Russia United States Sandra Glover, USA
Women's 800 m Cuba Zulia Calatayud, Cuba Morocco Hasna Benhassi, Morocco Spain Mayte Martínez, Spain
Women's 1,500 m Bahrain Maryam Yusuf Jamal, Bahrain Russia Tatyana Tomashova, Russia Russia Natalya Yevdokimova, Russia
Women's 3,000 m Ethiopia Meseret Defar, Ethiopia Ethiopia Gelete Burika, Ethiopia Tanzania Zakia Mrisho Mohamed, Tanzania
Women's 3,000 m S'chase Uganda Docus Inzikuru, Uganda Poland Wioletta Janowska, Poland Jamaica Mardrea Hyman, Jamaica
Women's 5,000 m Ethiopia Meseret Defar, Ethiopia Ethiopia Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia Ethiopia Berhane Adere, Ethiopia
Women's Long Jump India Anju Bobby George, India United States Grace Upshaw, USA
Women's Triple Jump Greece Hrysopiyi Devetzi, Greece Russia Tatyana Lebedeva, Russia Cuba Yargelis Savigne, Cuba
Women's High Jump Sweden Kajsa Bergqvist, Sweden Ukraine Iryna Mykhalchenko, Ukraine Ukraine Vita Palamar, Ukraine
Women's Pole Vault Russia Yelena Isinbayeva, Russia Poland Monika Pyrek, Poland Russia Tatyana Polnova, Russia
Women's Shot Put[2] New Zealand Valerie Vili, New Zealand Belarus Natallia Kharaneka, Belarus Russia Olga Ryabinkina, Russia
Women's Discus Russia Natalya Sadova, Russia Germany Franka Dietzsch, Germany United States Aretha Thurmond, USA
Women's Javelin Cuba Osleidys Menéndez, Cuba Germany Steffi Nerius, Germany Cuba Sonia Bisset, Cuba
Women's Hammer Throw Cuba Yipsi Moreno, Cuba Poland Kamila Skolimowska, Poland Russia Olga Kuzenkova, Russia

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ivan Tikhon had originally won the competition but was later disqualified for doping."Revision of results following sanctions of Tsikhan and Ostapchuk". IAAF. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 4 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Nadzeya Astapchuk had originally won the competition but was later disqualified for doping."Revision of results following sanctions of Tsikhan and Ostapchuk". IAAF. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 4 April 2014.