2012 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Men's 200 metres

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Events at the
2012 World Junior
Championships in Athletics

Athletics pictogram.svg
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men
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
10,000 m walk men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

The men's 200 metres at the 2012 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 12 and 13 July.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Delano Williams
 Turks and Caicos Islands
Aaron Ernest
 United States
Tyreek Hill
 United States

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing world junior and championship records were as follows.

World Junior Record  Usain Bolt (JAM) 19.93 Devonshire, Bermuda 11 April 2004
Championship Record  Andrew Howe (ITA) 20.28 Grosseto, Italy 16 July 2004
World Junior Leading  Tyreek Hill (USA) 20.14 Orlando, United States 26 May 2012

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: The first 2 of each heat (Q) and the 8 fastest times (q) qualified

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 6 5 Delano Williams  Turks and Caicos Islands 20.66 Q
2 8 5 Julian Forte  Jamaica 20.76 Q
3 4 7 David Bolarinwa  Great Britain 20.78 Q
4 4 9 Teray Smith  Bahamas 20.79 Q, PB
5 1 8 Zhenye Xie  China 20.86 Q
6 8 7 Akiyuki Hashimoto  Japan 20.89 Q, SB
7 6 7 Zharnel Hughes  Anguilla 20.90 Q, NR
8 1 2 Karol Zalewski  Poland 20.95 Q, PB
9 4 3 Marlon Laidlaw-Allen  Canada 20.98 q, PB
10 2 5 Aaron Ernest  United States 21.01 Q
11 5 9 Siphelo Ngquboza  South Africa 21.04 Q
12 3 5 Yoandys Lescay  Cuba 21.07 Q
13 2 7 Aska Cambridge  Japan 21.10 Q
14 5 4 Jereem Richards  Trinidad and Tobago 21.12 Q
15 8 9 Patrick Domogala  Germany 21.19 q
16 4 2 Jonathan Farinha  Trinidad and Tobago 21.19 q
17 1 9 Cejhae Greene  Antigua and Barbuda 21.20 q
18 6 2 Michal Desensky  Czech Republic 21.24 q
19 3 4 Khalfani Muhammad  Puerto Rico 21.25 Q
20 7 7 Tyreek Hill  United States 21.29 Q
21 6 3 Josh Street  Great Britain 21.30 q
22 5 8 Okeudo Jonathan Nmaju  Nigeria 21.31 q, PB
23 2 6 Óscar Husillos  Spain 21.33 q, SB
24 3 8 Titus Kafunda  Zambia 21.34
24 8 3 Ken Romain  France 21.34
26 7 3 Solomon Afull  Ghana 21.35 Q
27 3 9 Mickael-Meba Zeze  France 21.36
28 8 8 Carlos Nascimento  Portugal 21.38 PB
29 2 2 Blake Bartlett  Bahamas 21.41
30 3 2 Drelan Bramwell  Canada 21.46
31 1 7 Simon Schütz  Germany 21.47
31 4 5 Tykwendo Tracey  Jamaica 21.47
33 1 8 Jan Jirka  Russia 21.50
33 1 5 Hugh Donovan  Australia 21.50
35 7 6 Abdelghani Zghali  Morocco 21.53
36 2 3 Tahir Walsh  Netherlands Antilles 21.57
37 7 2 Abdullah Ahmed Abkar  Saudi Arabia 21.58
37 5 8 Jonathan Oliver Permal  Mauritius 21.58
37 7 8 Marcus Lawler  Ireland 21.58
40 1 3 Dumisani Bhebhe  Zimbabwe 21.61 NJR
41 5 5 Leandro De Araújo  Brazil 21.62
42 5 7 Ilya Siratsiuk  Belarus 21.62
43 2 8 Ben Jaworski  Australia 21.65
44 6 4 Kyle Webb  Bermuda 21.71
44 3 6 Omri Harosh  Israel 21.71
44 6 9 Volodymyr Suprun  Ukraine 21.71
47 4 7 Héctor Ruiz  Mexico 21.80
47 4 2 Ali Hassan Al Jassim  Qatar 21.80
49 5 3 Silvan Wicki   Switzerland 21.81
49 5 2 Juan Carlos Alanis  Mexico 21.81
51 8 2 Artur Bruno Rojas  Bolivia 21.92
52 6 6 Jaedeok Kim  South Korea 21.96 SB
53 8 4 Kodi Harman  New Zealand 21.98 SB
54 8 6 Furkan Sen  Turkey 22.16
55 3 3 Luca Valbonesi  Italy 22.19
56 7 9 Riste Pandev  Macedonia 22.22 PB
57 4 7 Jerai Torres  Gibraltar 22.29 PB
58 2 4 Deandre Rawlins  United States Virgin Islands 22.73
59 8 1 Mahmoud Alloh  Palestine 23.97 PB
60 7 5 Paul Dimalanta  Guam 23.98 PB
61 1 4 Thomas Farrugia  Malta 26.00
6 8 Eseosa Desalu  Italy DSQ
7 1 Bernardo Baloyes  Colombia DNS
2 9 Mateo Edward  Panama DNS
7 4 Rodrigo Rocha  Brazil DNS
3 7 Tamunotonye Briggs  Nigeria DNS

Semi-Finals[edit]

Qualification: The first 2 of each heat (Q) and the 2 fastest times (q) qualified

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 5 Julian Forte  Jamaica 20.83 Q
2 3 6 David Bolarinwa  Great Britain 20.85 Q
3 2 6 Karol Zalewski  Poland 20.93 Q, PB
4 2 4 Delano Williams  Turks and Caicos Islands 20.94 Q
5 3 7 Tyreek Hill  United States 21.00 Q
6 1 7 Aaron Ernest  United States 21.06 Q
6 1 4 Teray Smith  Bahamas 21.06 q
6 3 4 Zhenye Xie  China 21.06 q
9 1 9 Jereem Richards  Trinidad and Tobago 21.14
10 3 5 Akiyuki Hashimoto  Japan 21.20
11 2 9 Aska Cambridge  Japan 21.24
11 2 5 Siphelo Ngquboza  South Africa 21.24
13 1 8 Marlon Laidlaw-Allen  Canada 21.27
14 2 7 Yoandys Lescay  Cuba 21.27
15 1 3 Josh Street  Great Britain 21.36
16 3 8 Khalfani Muhammad  Puerto Rico 21.45
17 3 3 Okeudo Jonathan Nmaju  Nigeria 21.46
18 3 2 Michal Desensky  Czech Republic 21.57
19 2 8 Patrick Domogala  Germany 21.58
20 3 9 Solomon Afull  Ghana 21.63
21 2 2 Jonathan Farinha  Trinidad and Tobago 21.72
22 2 3 Óscar Husillos  Spain 21.82
1 6 Cejhae Greene  Antigua and Barbuda DNS
1 2 Zharnel Hughes  Anguilla DNS

Final[edit]

Wind: -0.4 m/s

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1st 6 Delano Williams  Turks and Caicos Islands 20.48 NJ
2nd 5 Aaron Ernest  United States 20.53 PB
3rd 4 Tyreek Hill  United States 20.54
4 7 Karol Zalewski  Poland 20.54 NJ
5 3 Zhenye Xie  China 20.66
6 9 David Bolarinwa  Great Britain 20.69 PB
7 8 Teray Smith  Bahamas 20.99
8 2 Julian Forte  Jamaica 21.00

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