2011 World Championships in Athletics – Men's hammer throw

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Koji Murofushi victory celebration at Daegu
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The Men's Hammer throw event at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Daegu Stadium on August 27 & 29.

Koji Murofushi took the lead with his first throw, improving on each of his first three throws to 81.24. Primož Kozmus moved into second place with a second round 79.39 while Krisztián Pars made a minor improvement with every throw (except his failed fifth attempt), passing Kozmus on his fourth throw. Pars last throw was his best, but 81.18 was not quite enough to catch Murofushi.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Koji Murofushi
 Japan
Krisztián Pars
 Hungary
Primož Kozmus
 Slovenia

Records[edit]

World record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.74 Stuttgart, West Germany 30 August 1986
Championship record  Ivan Tsikhan (BLR) 83.89 Helsinki, Finland 8 August 2005
World leading  Aleksey Zagornyi (RUS) 81.73 Yerino, Russia 4 June 2011
African record  Chris Harmse (RSA) 80.63 Durban, South Africa 15 April 2005
Asian record  Koji Murofushi (JPN) 84.86 Prague, Czech Republic 29 June 2003
North, Central American and Caribbean record  Lance Deal (USA) 82.52 Milan, Italy 7 September 1996
South American record  Juan Ignacio Cerra (ARG) 76.42 Trieste, Italy 25 July 2001
European record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.74 Stuttgart, West Germany 30 August 1986
Oceanian record  Stuart Rendell (AUS) 79.29 Varaždin, Croatia 6 July 2002

Qualification standards[edit]

A standard B standard
78.00 m 74.00

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
August 27, 2011 20:30 Qualification
August 29, 2011 19:10 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 77.00 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advance to the final.

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Koji Murofushi  Japan 78.56 78.56 Q, SB
2 B Pavel Kryvitski  Belarus x 76.80 78.16 78.16 Q
3 B Markus Esser  Germany 77.60 77.60 Q
4 A Krisztián Pars  Hungary 77.21 77.21 Q
5 A Szymon Ziółkowski  Poland x 77.19 77.19 Q
6 A Dilshod Nazarov  Tajikistan 75.34 75.17 76.93 76.93 q
7 B Yury Shayunou  Belarus 76.74 76.63 76.07 76.74 q
8 B Nicola Vizzoni  Italy 75.41 76.30 76.74 76.74 q
9 A Olli-Pekka Karjalainen  Finland x 75.09 76.60 76.60 q, SB
10 B Primož Kozmus  Slovenia 76.21 76.54 76.44 76.54 q
11 B Paweł Fajdek  Poland 75.83 76.10 75.66 76.10 q
12 A Kirill Ikonnikov  Russia 75.36 x x 75.36 q
13 A Ali Mohamed Al-Zinkawi  Kuwait 75.35 x x 75.35
14 A Kibwe Johnson  United States 75.06 x x 75.06
15 B Sergej Litvinov  Russia 74.80 x 73.11 74.80
16 B Kristóf Németh  Hungary 73.36 74.09 73.87 74.09
17 B Olexiy Sokyrskiyy  Ukraine x x 73.81 73.81
18 A Esref Apak  Turkey 73.38 71.99 x 73.38
19 B James Steacy  Canada 73.32 71.74 x 73.32
20 A Igors Sokolovs  Latvia 71.90 71.64 72.95 72.95
21 A Marcel Lomnický  Slovakia 72.68 71.44 72.16 72.68
22 B Libor Charfreitag  Slovakia x 71.87 72.20 72.20
23 A Valeriy Sviatokha  Belarus x x 71.58 71.58
24 A Eivind Henriksen  Norway 68.24 71.27 70.02 71.27
25 A András Haklits  Croatia x 70.93 x 70.93
26 A Dzmitry Marshin  Azerbaijan 70.04 68.94 68.99 70.04
27 B Michael Mai  United States 68.35 x 69.96 69.96
28 B Fatih Eryildirim  Turkey x 69.37 69.04 69.37
29 A Lee Yun-Chul  South Korea x 67.14 68.98 68.98 SB
30 A Mostafa Al-Gamel  Egypt x 64.17 68.38 68.38
31 A Kaveh Mousavi  Iran x 68.01 x 68.01
32 B Mattias Jons  Sweden 67.93 x x 67.93
33 B Javier Cienfuegos  Spain x 66.78 67.49 67.49
34 B Juan Ignacio Cerra  Argentina 63.04 x 64.27 64.27
35 B Amanmurad Hommadov  Turkmenistan 61.31 59.94 62.97 62.97

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st Koji Murofushi  Japan 79.72 81.03 81.24 79.42 81.24 80.83 81.24 SB
2nd Krisztián Pars  Hungary 77.26 78.84 79.14 79.97 60.34 81.18 81.18 SB
3rd Primož Kozmus  Slovenia 77.50 79.39 78.93 x 76.01 78.19 79.39 SB
4 Markus Esser  Germany x 78.56 76.71 75.01 79.12 77.88 79.12
5 Pavel Kryvitski  Belarus 73.98 78.24 78.53 x 77.35 x 78.53
6 Kirill Ikonnikov  Russia x x 77.22 x 78.37 78.12 78.37
7 Szymon Ziółkowski  Poland 75.04 77.64 76.75 x 74.99 75.10 77.64
8 Nicola Vizzoni  Italy 77.04 76.31 76.94 76.01 75.82 x 77.04
9 Olli-Pekka Karjalainen  Finland 75.38 76.60 71.34 76.60 SB
10 Dilshod Nazarov  Tajikistan 75.05 74.34 76.58 76.58
11 Paweł Fajdek  Poland 74.86 x 75.20 75.20
Yury Shayunou  Belarus x x x NM

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