2005 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 110 metres hurdles

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2005 World Championships
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The 110 metres hurdles event at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium on August 10, 11 and 12.

The top three runners in each of the initial six heats automatically qualified for the semi finals. The next six fastest runners from across the heats also qualified. There were three semifinal heats, and only the top two from each heat plus the next two fastest runners advanced to the final.

Medalists[edit]

Gold France Ladji Doucouré
France (FRA)
Silver China Liu Xiang
PR China (CHN)
Bronze United States Allen Johnson
United States (USA)

Results[edit]

All times shown are in seconds.
Q denotes qualification by place.
q denotes qualification by time.
DNS denotes did not start.
DNF denotes did not finish.
AR denotes area record
NR denotes national record.
PB denotes personal best.
SB denotes season's best.

Round 1[edit]

August 10

Heat 1[edit]

  1. Germany Thomas Blaschek, Germany 13.86s Q
  2. United States Allen Johnson, United States 13.92s Q
  3. Cuba Yoel Hernández, Cuba 14.03s Q
  4. Switzerland Ivan Bitzi, Switzerland 14.26s
  5. France Cédric Lavanne, France 14.49s
  6. Greece Alexandros Theofanov, Greece 14.73s
  7. Sudan Todd Matthews-Jouda, Sudan 15.43s

Heat 2[edit]

  1. China Liu Xiang, China 13.73s Q
  2. Brazil Redelén dos Santos, Brazil 13.74s Q
  3. Belgium Jonathan Nsenga, Belgium 13.89s Q
  4. Cuba Anier García, Cuba 14.01s q
  5. Austria Elmar Lichtenegger, Austria 14.04s q
  6. Finland Matti Niemi, Finland 14.18s
  7. Ecuador Jackson Quiñonez, Ecuador 14.34s
  8. Turkmenistan Baymurat Ashirmuradov, Turkmenistan 15.52s

Heat 3[edit]

  1. France Ladji Doucouré, France 13.86s Q
  2. Brazil Mateus Facho Inocêncio, Brazil 13.96s Q
  3. Jamaica Chris Pinnock, Jamaica 14.11s Q
  4. Netherlands Gregory Sedoc, Netherlands 14.24s
  5. Ukraine Sergiy Demydyuk, Ukraine 14.25s
  6. Canada Karl Jennings, Canada 14.30s
  7. Liberia Sultan Tucker, Liberia 14.34s

Heat 4[edit]

  1. China Shi Dongpeng, China 13.80s Q
  2. United States Terrence Trammell, United States 13.80s Q
  3. Russia Igor Peremota, Russia 13.89s Q
  4. Sweden Robert Kronberg, Sweden 13.90s q
  5. Japan Masato Naito, Japan 13.90s q
  6. United Kingdom Allan Scott, Great Britain 14.18s
  7. Republic of Ireland Peter Coghlan, Republic of Ireland 14.57s
  8. Hong Kong Hon Sing Tang, Hong Kong 14.83s

Heat 5[edit]

  1. Brazil Anselmo da Silva, Brazil 13.96s Q
  2. United States Dominique Arnold, United States 13.96s Q
  3. Netherlands Marcel van der Westen, Netherlands 14.01s Q
  4. Colombia Paulo Villar, Colombia 14.12s
  5. Madagascar Joseph-Berlioz Randriamihaja, Madagascar 14.18s
  6. Japan Satoru Tanigawa, Japan 14.25s
  7. Spain Felipe Vivancos, Spain 14.34s
  8. Republic of the Congo Julien M'Voutoukoulou, Congo 15.41s

Heat 6[edit]

  1. Cuba Dayron Robles, Cuba 13.83s Q
  2. Latvia Staņislavs Olijars, Latvia 13.86s Q
  3. United States Joel Brown, United States 13.90s Q
  4. Jamaica Maurice Wignall, Jamaica 13.90s q
  5. Haiti Dudley Dorival, Haiti 14.02s q
  6. China Wu Youjia, China 14.38s
  7. Georgia (country) David Ilariani, Georgia 14.88s
  8. Thailand Suphan Wongsriphuck, Thailand 15.05s

Semifinals[edit]

August 11

Semifinal 1[edit]

  1. France Ladji Doucouré, France 13.35s Q
  2. United States Dominique Arnold, United States 13.39s Q
  3. China Shi Dongpeng, China 13.44s
  4. Cuba Yoel Hernández, Cuba 13.54s
  5. Russia Igor Peremota, Russia 13.71s
  6. Brazil Redelén dos Santos, Brazil 13.88s
  7. Japan Masato Naito, Japan 13.88s
  8. Haiti Dudley Dorival, Haiti 14.11s

Semifinal 2[edit]

  1. United States Terrence Trammell, United States 13.31s Q
  2. China Liu Xiang, China 13.42s Q
  3. Latvia Staņislavs Olijars, Latvia 13.53s
  4. Brazil Anselmo da Silva, Brazil 13.63s
  5. Sweden Robert Kronberg, Sweden 13.69s
  6. Jamaica Chris Pinnock, Jamaica 13.73s
  7. Belgium Jonathan Nsenga, Belgium 13.94s
  8. Cuba Anier García, Cuba 13.99s

Semifinal 3[edit]

  1. United States Allen Johnson, United States 13.23s Q
  2. Jamaica Maurice Wignall, Jamaica 13.24s Q (SB)
  3. Brazil Mateus Facho Inocêncio, Brazil 13.39s q
  4. United States Joel Brown, United States 13.43s q
  5. Germany Thomas Blaschek, Germany 13.45s
  6. Netherlands Marcel van der Westen, Netherlands 13.63s
  7. Austria Elmar Lichtenegger, Austria 13.74s
  8. Cuba Dayron Robles, Cuba 14.16s

Final[edit]

August 12

  1. France Ladji Doucouré, France 13.07s
  2. China Liu Xiang, China 13.08s
  3. United States Allen Johnson, United States 13.10s
  4. United States Dominique Arnold, United States 13.13s
  5. United States Terrence Trammell, United States 13.20s
  6. United States Joel Brown, United States 13.47s
  7. Jamaica Maurice Wignall, Jamaica 13.47s
  8. Brazil Mateus Facho Inocêncio, Brazil 13.48s

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