2012 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Men's 400 metres

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Events at the
2012 World Junior
Championships in Athletics

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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
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 400 metres at the 2012 World Junior Championships in Athletics will be held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 10, 11, and 12 July.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Luguelín Santos
 Dominican Republic
Silver Arman Hall
 United States
Bronze Steven Solomon
 Australia
Bronze Aldrich Bailey
 United States

Records[edit]

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

World Junior Record  Steve Lewis (USA) 43.87 Seoul, South Korea 28 September 1988
Championship Record  Hamdan Al-Bishi (KSA) 44.66 Santiago, Chile 20 October 2000
World Junior Leading  Luguelín Santos (DOM) 44.45 Hengelo, Netherlands 27 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 8 Arman Hall  United States 46.13 Q
2 1 5 Boniface Otunga Mweresa  Kenya 46.16 Q
2 7 5 Steven Solomon  Australia 46.16 Q
4 4 3 Alphas Leken Kishoyian  Kenya 46.22 Q
5 6 7 Mateo Ružic  Croatia 46.30 Q, PB
6 5 5 Javon Francis  Jamaica 46.31 Q, PB
6 6 3 Michele Tricca  Italy 46.31 q, SB
8 5 2 Luguelín Santos  Dominican Republic 46.34 Q
9 8 4 Aldrich Bailey  United States 46.40 Q
10 7 4 Julio Arenas  Spain 46.42 Q, PB
11 7 3 José Meléndez  Venezuela 46.45 q, PB
12 2 6 Machel Cedenio  Trinidad and Tobago 46.58 Q
13 5 7 Andrew Whyte  New Zealand 46.62 q, PB
14 2 5 O'Jay Ferguson  Bahamas 46.69 Q
15 8 8 Pieter Conradie  South Africa 46.70 Q
16 6 4 Daniel Gyasi  Ghana 46.85 q, PB
17 1 2 Patryk Dobek  Poland 46.90 Q
18 3 2 Stephan James  Guyana 46.99 Q, NJ
18 5 6 Sorin Vatamanu  Romania 46.99 q
20 4 9 Jarryd Buchan  Australia 47.04 Q
21 8 5 Basheer Atiah Al Barakati  Saudi Arabia 47.07 q, PB
22 1 6 Marco Lorenzi  Italy 47.19 q
23 8 3 Nikita Vesnin  Russia 47.22 q
24 7 8 Lennox Williams  Jamaica 47.31
25 3 8 Nikita Uglov  Russia 47.37 Q
25 7 9 Rafał Smoleń  Poland 47.37
27 8 2 Shaquille Dill  Bermuda 47.38
28 1 4 Sondre Nyvold Lid  Norway 47.40
29 1 7 Talbert Poleon  Saint Lucia 47.45
30 3 7 Diego Palomeque  Colombia 47.55
31 4 6 Ruan Greyling  South Africa 47.65
32 4 8 Bandar Atiyah Kaabi  Saudi Arabia 47.79
33 6 6 Luis Alonso Murillo  Costa Rica 47.85
34 5 3 Lucka Raherindrainy  Madagascar 47.90 PB
35 7 2 Asa Guevara  Trinidad and Tobago 47.93
36 3 5 Kazushi Kimura  Japan 47.98
37 8 1 Oleksiy Pozdnyakov  Ukraine 48.00
38 5 1 Kenta Kimura  Japan 48.03
38 6 9 José Ricardo Jiménez  Mexico 48.03
40 3 3 Benjamin Ayesu-Attah  Canada 48.08
41 3 9 Roy Ravana  Fiji 48.17
42 6 2 Elroy McBride  Bahamas 48.18
43 5 9 Dávid Bartha  Hungary 48.32
44 1 8 Marc-André Alexandre  Canada 48.37
45 2 7 Jani Koskela  Finland 48.46
46 8 9 Kwame Donyinah  Ghana 48.55
47 2 4 Chin Hui Ng  Singapore 48.56
48 1 9 Alexander Rohani  Iran 48.59
49 4 7 Alexandru Babian  Moldova 48.63
50 1 3 Sumit Malik  India 48.82
50 4 5 Miloš Raovic  Serbia 48.82
52 5 4 Victor Soares  Portugal 48.93
52 8 6 Brandon Valentine-Parris  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 48.93 PB
54 4 4 Lucas Bua  Spain 48.94
55 2 3 Mohamedine Mahamadou  Niger 49.05
56 2 2 D. Madushanka Ranasinghearachchilage  Sri Lanka 49.43
57 2 8 José Fernando Martínez  Mexico 49.71
58 5 8 Marcio Cruz  Nicaragua 50.77 PB
59 7 7 Abdelkhedere Abdelrahaman Abdelbassit  Chad 50.80 PB
60 3 4 Mohammed Al Shueili  Oman 51.04
6 5 John Rivan  Papua New Guinea DQ
7 6 Andreas Roth  Norway DNF
2 9 Sadam Suliman Koumi  Sudan DNS
3 6 Mohamed Belbachir  Algeria DNS
4 2 Madunta Chukwuma  Nigeria DNS
8 7 Gedeon Tshimanga Mutombo  Democratic Republic of the Congo DNS

Semi-Final[edit]

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

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 3 4 Aldrich Bailey  United States 45.79 Q
2 1 7 Luguelín Santos  Dominican Republic 45.98 Q
3 3 5 Javon Francis  Jamaica 46.06 Q, PB
4 1 4 Steven Solomon  Australia 46.07 Q
5 3 5 Boniface Otunga Mweresa  Kenya 46.20 q
6 2 4 Arman Hall  United States 46.42 Q
7 1 6 Alphas Leken Kishoyian  Kenya 46.46 q (*)
8 1 8 Nikita Uglov  Russia 46.49 q
9 3 2 Patryk Dobek  Poland 46.56
10 2 6 Machel Cedenio  Trinidad and Tobago 46.59 Q
11 2 2 Andrew Whyte  New Zealand 46.81
12 3 9 Jarryd Buchan  Australia 46.81 PB
13 2 8 José Meléndez  Venezuela 46.83
14 2 9 Pieter Conradie  South Africa 46.87
15 1 9 Michele Tricca  Italy 46.92
16 2 7 O'Jay Ferguson  Bahamas 47.02
17 3 6 Marco Lorenzi  Italy 47.25
18 2 5 Stephan James  Guyana 47.35
19 1 5 Mateo Ružic  Croatia 47.46
20 1 3 Basheer Atiah Al Barakati  Saudi Arabia 47.48
21 3 4 Daniel Gyasi  Ghana 47.78
22 2 3 Nikita Vesnin  Russia 48.02
23 1 2 Sorin Vatamanu  Romania 48.15
24 3 4 Julio Arenas  Spain 50.00

*Alphas Leken Kishoyian had originally finished in 48.39, the last in his heat, but, since the starter's gun had fired before he settled in his blocks, a rerun was ordered in which he had to run by himself faster than 46.49, the time of the last fastest loser. He succeeded and was given the place in the final.[2]

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 6 Luguelín Santos  Dominican Republic 44.85
2 4 Arman Hall  United States 45.39 PB
3 8 Steven Solomon  Australia 45.52 PB
3 5 Aldrich Bailey  United States 45.52
5 9 Machel Cedenio  Trinidad and Tobago 46.17
6 1 Alphas Leken Kishoyian  Kenya 46.19
7 3 Boniface Ontuga Mweresa  Kenya 46.50
8 2 Nikita Uglov  Russia 46.61
9 7 Javon Francis  Jamaica 47.57

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