2011 World Championships in Athletics – Women's triple jump

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The Women's triple jump event at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Daegu Stadium on August 30 and September 1.

Yargelis Savigne of Cuba had won the last two world titles (2007 and 2009) and led the world rankings before the competition with a jump of 14.99 m. She and Ukrainian Olha Saladuha each had three wins on the Diamond League before the event. Colombia's Caterine Ibargüen was joint number one in the rankings, having set a South American record two weeks earlier. Olga Rypakova, who was dominant in 2010, had the fourth best jump among the entrants with her mark of 14.96 m. Paraskeví Papahrístou, the 2009 runner-up Mabel Gay, and Josleidy Ribalta were the other top-eight ranked athletes to start.[1][2]

Saladukha popped 14.94 on the third jump of the competition. Nobody, including Saladukha herself was able to improve upon that through the six rounds. Defending champion Savigne hurt herself on her second attempt and was not a factor. Gay made her personal best jump in the fifth round to move into a tie for third. Ibargüen followed her with her best attempt to move into second place. Rypakova then followed her with the silver medal winning jump, pushing Ibargüen to third.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Olha Saladukha
 Ukraine
Olga Rypakova
 Kazakhstan
Caterine Ibargüen
 Colombia

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the established records were as follows.

World record  Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Göteborg, Sweden 10 August 1995
Championship record  Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Göteborg, Sweden 10 August 1995
World leading  Yargelis Savigne (CUB) 14.99 Paris, France 8 July 2011
 Caterine Ibargüen (COL) Bogotá, Colombia 13 August 2011
African record  Françoise Mbango Etone (CMR) 15.39 Beijing, China 17 August 2008
Asian record  Olga Rypakova (KAZ) 15.25 Split, Croatia 4 September 2010
North, Central American
and Caribbean record
 Yamilé Aldama (CUB) 15.29 Rome, Italy 11 July 2003
South American record  Caterine Ibargüen (COL) 14.99 Bogotá, Colombia 13 August 2011
European record  Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Göteborg, Sweden 10 August 1995
Oceanian record  Nicole Mladenis (AUS) 14.04 Hobart, Australia 9 March 2002
Perth, Australia 7 December 2003

Qualification standards[edit]

A standard B standard
14.30 14.10

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
August 30, 2011 11:45 Qualification
September 1, 2011 19:20 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 14.45 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advance to the final.

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 B Yargelis Savigne  Cuba 14.32 14.40 14.62 14.62 Q
2 A Mabel Gay  Cuba 14.21 14.53 14.53 Q
3 A Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia 14.52 14.52 Q
4 A Olha Saladukha  Ukraine 14.40 14.36 14.35 14.40 q
5 B Yamilé Aldama  Great Britain 14.35 14.20 x 14.35 q, SB
6 B Olga Rypakova  Kazakhstan x 14.33 x 14.33 q
7 A Anna Kuropatkina  Russia 14.05 x 14.31 14.31 q
8 B Baya Rahouli  Algeria 14.30 13.95 x 14.30 q
9 B Dana Velďáková  Slovakia x 14.28 x 14.28 q
10 A Natalia Iastrebova  Ukraine 13.94 14.07 14.21 14.21 q
11 B Biljana Topić  Serbia 14.03 13.93 14.21 14.21 q, SB
12 A Keila Costa  Brazil 13.50 14.02 14.15 14.15 q
13 A Yarianna Martínez  Cuba 14.07 13.92 x 14.07
14 B Kimberly Williams  Jamaica 13.10 14.06 14.03 14.06
15 A Simona La Mantia  Italy 14.06 x x 14.06
16 B Paraskevi Papahristou  Greece 13.71 14.05 x 14.05
17 A Irina Litvinenko Ektova  Kazakhstan 13.66 13.57 14.01 14.01
18 B Anastasiya Juravleva  Uzbekistan 14.00 13.82 13.79 14.00
19 A Mayookha Johny  India 13.64 13.99 13.79 13.99
20 A Níki Panéta  Greece 12.87 13.75 13.97 13.97
21 A Marija Šestak  Slovenia x 13.87 x 13.87
22 A Valeriya Kanatova  Uzbekistan 13.86 13.72 13.75 13.86
23 B Dailenys Alcántara  Cuba 13.66 13.78 x 13.78
24 B Aleksandra Kotlyarova  Uzbekistan 13.49 13.78 x 13.78
25 B Xie Limei  China 13.55 13.74 13.75 13.75
26 B Andriyana Bânova  Bulgaria 13.34 13.63 13.66 13.66
27 A Patrícia Mamona  Portugal 13.48 13.27 13.59 13.59
28 B Anna Jagaciak  Poland 13.57 13.57 x 13.57
29 A Li Yanmei  China x x 13.52 13.52
30 A Jung Hye-Kyung  South Korea x 11.35 13.50 13.50
31 A Amanda Smock  United States x 13.48 13.37 13.48
32 B Ruslana Tsykhotska  Ukraine x x 13.28 13.28
33 B Sarah Nambawa  Uganda 11.65 13.22 13.19 13.22
34 B Patricia Sarrapio  Spain x 13.11 13.12 13.12

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1 Olha Saladukha  Ukraine 14.94 13.64 14.68 14.65 14.22 14.48 14.94
2 Olga Rypakova  Kazakhstan x 14.72 x x 14.89 14.54 14.89
3 Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia 14.64 14.67 13.76 14.81 14.84 14.80 14.84
4 Mabel Gay  Cuba 14.45 14.31 x 14.53 14.67 14.18 14.67 PB
5 Yamilé Aldama  Great Britain 14.50 x x x x 14.33 14.50 SB
6 Yargelis Savigne  Cuba 14.43 x x 14.43
7 Anna Kuropatkina  Russia 13.89 14.23 x 14.09 x 14.06 14.23
8 Baya Rahouli  Algeria 13.95 13.79 14.12 x 14.03 13.97 14.12
9 Natalia Iastrebova  Ukraine 13.34 13.89 14.12 14.12
10 Biljana Topić  Serbia 14.03 13.84 x 14.03
11 Dana Velďáková  Slovakia 13.96 x x 13.96
12 Keila Costa  Brazil 13.71 x 13.72 13.72

References[edit]

  1. ^ Johnson, Len (2011-08-20). Women’s Triple Jump – PREVIEW. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
  2. ^ Triple Jump 2011. IAAF (2011-08-23). Retrieved on 2011-08-27.

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