2011 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 100 metres

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2011 World Championships
Men's 100 metres
Yohan Blake Daegu 2011.jpg
Yohan Blake became the event's youngest ever champion.
Venue Daegu Stadium
Dates 27 August (heats)
28 August (finals)
Competitors 74 from 61 nations
Medallists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
2009 2013
Events at the
2011 World Championships
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Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men women
4 × 100 m relay men women
4 × 400 m relay men women
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Marathon men women
20 km walk men women
50 km walk men
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Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
High jump men women
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Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men
 

The men's 100 metres at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Daegu Stadium on August 27 and August 28. The event was won by Yohan Blake of Jamaica, who became the youngest ever world champion in the 100 metres at 21 years, 245 days. The highly favored defending champion and world record holder Usain Bolt was disqualified from the final for making a false start. Seventy four athletes started the competition, with 61 nations being represented (18 of them in the preliminaries only). It was the first global final to be held following the introduction of the no-false start rule.

The four fastest 100-metre runners of 2011 were absent: Mike Rodgers (9.85 sec) and Steve Mullings (9.80 sec) had been banned for doping offences, while Tyson Gay (9.79 sec) and 2011 world leader Asafa Powell (9.78 sec) could not compete due to injuries.[1][2][3][4]

A preliminary round was introduced, where those entrants who had not obtained the 100 m qualification standard had to compete in a further qualifying stage before making it into the first round proper. This reduced the event to a three-round competition, as opposed to the traditional four, for qualified runners. Kim Kuk-Young (the host nation's sole entrant) was disqualified in this round for a false start. Abdouraim Haroun was the fastest preliminary runner, Keiron Rogers broke the Anguillian record, while the slowest of the round was Sogelau Tuvalu, although his time of 15.66 seconds was a personal best for the shot put specialist.[5]

Usain Bolt had the fastest time of the first day (10.10) while his Jamaican compatriots won three of the other seven heats. Christophe Lemaitre, Kim Collins and Walter Dix were the other winners.[6] In the first of the semi-finals, Yohan Blake became the first man under ten seconds. Bolt won the second race as the second-fastest qualifier (10.05) and Collins won the third to become the oldest ever 100 m finalist. Frenchman Jimmy Vicaut became only the second junior athlete ever to qualify for the 100 m final, after Darrel Brown in 2003. The most prominent eliminations were Olympic silver medallist Richard Thompson (the fastest entrant that year with 9.85 sec) and 2004 Olympic champion Justin Gatlin. Dwain Chambers (a 2009 finalist) false-started, while sub-9.9 sec runners Michael Frater and Ngonidzashe Makusha also failed to progress.[7]

In the 100 m final defending champion Usain Bolt caused an upset by false starting – Yohan Blake had made a slight movement but Bolt was the one who left his blocks, being immediately disqualified. In his absence, it was quick starter Kim Collins who led for the first half of the race. However, Blake was strongest in the second half, taking the lead and sprinting to win the gold medal with a time of 9.92 seconds into the −1.4 m/s headwind. Walter Dix made up ground on Collins, with the American edging into the silver medal position at the line by a margin of 0.01 seconds. At 35 years, 145 days old, bronze medallist Collins became the oldest ever world medallist for the men's 100 m.[8]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Yohan Blake
 Jamaica
Walter Dix
 United States
Kim Collins
 Saint Kitts and Nevis

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the records were as follows:

World record  Usain Bolt (JAM) 9.58 Berlin, Germany 16 August 2009
Championship record
World Leading  Asafa Powell (JAM) 9.78 Lausanne, Switzerland 30 June 2011
African Record  Olusoji Fasuba (NGR) 9.85 Doha, Qatar 12 May 2006
Asian Record  Samuel Francis (QAT) 9.99 Amman, Jordan 26 July 2007
North, Central American and Caribbean record  Usain Bolt (JAM) 9.58 Berlin, Germany 16 August 2009
South American Record  Robson da Silva (BRA) 10.00 Mexico, Mexico 22 July 1988
European Record  Francis Obikwelu (POR) 9.86 Athens, Greece 22 August 2004
Oceanian record  Patrick Johnson (AUS) 9.93 Mito, Japan 5 May 2003

Qualification standards[edit]

A time B time
10.18 10.25

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
August 27, 2011 12:55 Preliminary Round
August 27, 2011 21:45 Heats
August 28, 2011 18:30 Semifinals
August 28, 2011 20:45 Final

Results[edit]

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best

Preliminary Round[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 1 fastest (q) advance to the heats.

Wind:
Heat 1: +1.7 m/s, Heat 2: +1.2 m/s, Heat 3: -1.3 m/s, Heat 4: -0.9 m/s

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Abdouraim Haroun  Chad 10.44 Q, NR
2 2 Chi Ho Tsui  Hong Kong 10.45 Q
3 1 Keiron Rogers  Anguilla 10.55 Q, NR
4 3 Gérard Kobéané  Burkina Faso 10.64 Q
5 2 Mohamed Fadlin  Indonesia 10.70 Q
6 3 Geronimo Goeloe  Aruba 10.73 Q, SB
7 3 Foo Ee Yeo  Singapore 10.76 Q
8 4 Mohammad Noor Imran A Hadi  Malaysia 10.77 Q
9 1 Jurgen Themen  Suriname 10.84 Q
10 3 Delivert Arsene Kimbembe  Congo 10.85 q
11 4 Dmitrii Ilin  Kyrgyzstan 10.86 Q
12 2 Tilak Ram Tharu    Nepal 11.00 Q, PB
13 4 Moudjib Toyb  Comoros 11.07 Q
14 4 Karl Farrugia  Malta 11.21
15 4 Francis Manioru  Solomon Islands 11.28 SB
16 2 Rodman Teltull  Palau 11.31 PB
17 1 George Pine  Kiribati 11.34 SB
18 1 Kitavanah Kountavong  Laos 11.42 PB
18 4 Federico Gorrieri  San Marino 11.42
20 1 Joshua Jeremiah  Nauru 11.44 PB
21 3 Joseph Andy Lui  Tonga 11.48
22 3 Bledee Jarry  Liberia 11.49 PB
23 2 Mohamed Ghassem Ahmed Taled  Mauritania 11.50 PB
24 1 Okilani Tinilau  Tuvalu 11.58
25 1 Christopher Lima Da Costa  São Tomé and Príncipe 11.61 PB
26 2 Massoud Azizi  Afghanistan 11.64 SB
27 2 John Howard  F.S. Micronesia 11.71 SB
28 3 Ah Chong Sam Chong  Samoa 12.36 PB
29 3 Orrin Ogumoro Pharmin  Northern Mariana Islands 12.60 PB
30 4 Sogelau Tuvalu  American Samoa 15.66 PB
99 2 Kim Kuk-Young  South Korea DSQ

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q) advance to the semifinals.

Wind:
Heat 1: −1.7 m/s, Heat 2: −1.7 m/s, Heat 3: −1.0 m/s, Heat 4: −1.3 m/s, Heat 5: −1.2 m/s, Heat 6: −0.7 m/s, Heat 7: −1.2 m/s

Churandy Martina competing in Daegu
Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 Usain Bolt  Jamaica 10.10 Q
2 4 Yohan Blake  Jamaica 10.12 Q
3 1 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.13 Q
4 3 Christophe Lemaitre  France 10.14 Q
5 2 Walter Dix  United States 10.25 Q
5 4 Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.25 Q
7 5 Nesta Carter  Jamaica 10.26 Q
7 7 Michael Frater  Jamaica 10.26 Q
9 2 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey  Great Britain 10.28 Q
9 6 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 10.28 Q
11 3 Justin Gatlin  United States 10.31 Q
11 4 Ngonidzashe Makusha  Zimbabwe 10.31 Q
13 1 Trell Kimmons  United States 10.32 Q
13 2 Keston Bledman  Trinidad and Tobago 10.32 Q
13 3 Churandy Martina  Netherlands 10.32 Q
16 4 Justyn Warner  Canada 10.33 q
16 7 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure  Norway 10.33 Q
18 1 Richard Thompson  Trinidad and Tobago 10.34 Q
18 5 Daniel Bailey  Antigua and Barbuda 10.34 Q
18 3 Marlon Devonish  Great Britain 10.34 q
21 7 Dariusz Kuć  Poland 10.36 Q
22 6 Ángel David Rodríguez  Spain 10.37 Q
23 2 Andrew Hinds  Barbados 10.41 q
24 5 Aziz Ouhadi  Morocco 10.42 Q
24 5 Rytis Sakalauskas  Lithuania 10.42
24 4 Ramon Gittens  Barbados 10.42
27 7 Reto Schenkel  Switzerland 10.44
28 4 Ben Youssef Meité  Ivory Coast 10.45
29 7 Aaron Armstrong  Trinidad and Tobago 10.48
30 1 Suwaibou Sanneh  Gambia 10.50
31 1 Ronalds Arājs  Latvia 10.52
32 5 Marek Niit  Estonia 10.53
32 6 Simon Magakwe  South Africa 10.53
34 6 Nilson André  Brazil 10.54
35 5 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 10.55
36 2 Jason Smyth  Ireland 10.57
36 2 Ogho-Oghene Egwero  Nigeria 10.57
38 1 Peter Emelieze  Nigeria 10.58
39 4 Gérard Kobéané  Burkina Faso 10.59
40 6 Gerald Phiri  Zambia 10.60
41 3 Carlos Jorge  Dominican Republic 10.62
41 7 Álvaro Gómez  Colombia 10.62
43 3 Gabriel Mvumvure  Zimbabwe 10.63
44 7 Chi Ho Tsui  Hong Kong 10.65
45 6 Abdouraim Haroun  Chad 10.72
46 5 Mohammad Noor Imran A Hadi  Malaysia 10.75
47 2 Geronimo Goeloe  Aruba 10.84
48 5 Foo Ee Yeo  Singapore 10.85
49 1 Delivert Arsene Kimbembe  Congo 10.94
49 4 Jurgen Themen  Suriname 10.94
51 3 Keiron Rogers  Anguilla 10.96
52 2 Mohamed Fadlin  Indonesia 11.00
52 3 Dmitrii Ilin  Kyrgyzstan 11.00
54 6 Moudjib Toyb  Comoros 11.12
55 7 Tilak Ram Tharu    Nepal 11.32
56 1 Adrian Griffith  Bahamas DSQ

Semifinals[edit]

Frenchmen Jimmy Vicaut and Christophe Lemaitre both made the final.

Qualification: First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the Final.

Wind:
Heat 1: −0.4 m/s, Heat 2: −1.0 m/s, Heat 3: −0.8 m/s

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Yohan Blake  Jamaica 9.95 Q, SB
2 1 Walter Dix  United States 10.05 Q
2 2 Usain Bolt  Jamaica 10.05 Q
4 3 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.08 Q
5 1 Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.10 q
6 2 Christophe Lemaitre  France 10.11 Q
7 1 Daniel Bailey  Antigua and Barbuda 10.14 q
7 1 Keston Bledman  Trinidad and Tobago 10.14
9 3 Nesta Carter  Jamaica 10.16 Q
10 2 Richard Thompson  Trinidad and Tobago 10.20
11 2 Trell Kimmons  United States 10.21
11 2 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure  Norway 10.21
13 2 Michael Frater  Jamaica 10.23
13 3 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey  Great Britain 10.23
13 3 Justin Gatlin  United States 10.23
16 2 Marlon Devonish  Great Britain 10.25
17 3 Ngonidzashe Makusha  Zimbabwe 10.27
18 3 Churandy Martina  Netherlands 10.29
19 1 Andrew Hinds  Barbados 10.32
20 3 Aziz Ouhadi  Morocco 10.45
21 3 Justyn Warner  Canada 10.47
22 1 Ángel David Rodríguez  Spain 10.49
23 2 Dariusz Kuć  Poland 10.51
99 1 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain DSQ

Final[edit]

Yohan Blake became the event's youngest ever champion.
Defending champion Usain Bolt false started.

Wind: −1.4 m/s

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st 6 Yohan Blake  Jamaica 9.92 SB
2nd 4 Walter Dix  United States 10.08
3rd 3 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.09
4 8 Christophe Lemaitre  France 10.19
5 2 Daniel Bailey  Antigua and Barbuda 10.26
6 1 Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.27
7 7 Nesta Carter  Jamaica 10.95
8 5 Usain Bolt  Jamaica DSQ FS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "American sprinter Michael Rodgers tests positive for banned stimulant". Guardian. 16 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "Steve Mullings faces lifetime ban after positive drugs test". BBC News. 19 August 2011. 
  3. ^ Hart, Simon (25 June 2011). "Tyson Gay set to miss World Championships in South Korea after suffering hip injury". Telegraph. 
  4. ^ "Powell out of 100m as Bolt aims for world title repeat". CNN. 25 August 2011. 
  5. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (2011-08-27). Men's 100m - Preliminary Round. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.
  6. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (2011-08-27). Men's 100m - Heats - Bolt cool, calm and quick. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.
  7. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (2011-08-28). Men's 100m - Semi-Final - Blake and Collins impress as Thompson makes early exit. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.
  8. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (2011-08-28). Men's 100m - Final - Blake steals the show as Bolt incredibly false starts. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.

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