Athletics at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's triple jump

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Athletics at the
1984 Summer Olympics
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The Men's Triple Jump event at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California had an entrylist of 28 competitors, with two qualifying groups (28 jumpers) before the final (12) took place on August 4, 1984. The top twelve and ties, and all those reaching 16.60 metres advanced to the final.

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Al Joyner
United States (USA)
Silver  Mike Conley
United States (USA)
Bronze  Keith Connor
Great Britain (GBR)

Abbreviations[edit]

  • All results shown are in metres
Q automatic qualification
q qualification by rank
DNS did not start
NM no mark
OR olympic record
WR world record
AR area record
NR national record
PB personal best
SB season best

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 1984 Summer Olympics
World Record  João Carlos de Oliveira (BRA) 17.89 m October 15, 1975 Mexico Mexico City, Mexico
Olympic Record  Viktor Saneyev (URS) 17.39 m October 17, 1968 Mexico Mexico City, Mexico

Qualification[edit]

Group A[edit]

Rank Overall Athlete Attempts Result Note
1 2 3
1 1  Mike Conley (USA) 17.36 17.36 m
2 2  Eric McCalla (GBR) 17.01 17.01 m
3 4  Al Joyner (USA) 16.30 16.45 16.85 16.85 m
4 11  Peter Bouschen (FRG) X 15.64 16.40 16.40 m
5 12  Mamadou Diallo (SEN) X 15.91 16.18 16.18 m
6 14  Steve Hanna (BAH) 16.02 16.14 15.00 16.14 m
7 15  Dario Badinelli (ITA) 16.13 16.11 15.98 16.13 m
8 18  Thomas Eriksson (SWE) 15.97 X 14.99 15.97 m
9 19  Ken Lorraway (AUS) 15.26 15.92 X 15.92 m
10 20  Moses Kiyai (KEN) 15.83 15.90 X 15.90 m
11 21  Paul Emordi (NGR) 15.57 X 15.88 15.88 m
12 22  Yasushi Ueta (JPN) 15.64 X 15.66 15.66 m
13 25  Abdoulaye Traoré (MLI) 15.32 14.95 14.98 15.32 m
14 28  Oscar Diesel (PAR) 13.88 14.12 14.19 14.19 m

Group B[edit]

Rank Overall Athlete Attempts Result Note
1 2 3
1 3  Ajayi Agbebaku (NGR) 16.93 16.93 m
2 5  Zou Zhenxian (CHN) 16.27 16.68 16.68 m
3 6  John Herbert (GBR) 16.64 16.64 m
4 7  Joseph Taiwo (NGR) 16.38 16.61 16.61 m
5 8  Keith Connor (GBR) 16.60 16.60 m
6 9  Willie Banks (USA) X 16.12 16.59 16.59 m
7 10  Hassan Badra (EGY) 15.72 16.48 X 16.48 m
8 13  Dimitrios Mikhas (GRE) 16.01 16.15 X 16.15 m
9 16  Abcelvio Rodrigues (BRA) 16.12 15.86 15.14 16.12 m
10 17  Ralf Jaros (FRG) X X 16.02 16.02 m
11 23  Francis Dodoo (GHA) 15.55 15.29 14.99 15.55 m
12 24  Park Yeong-Jun (KOR) 15.54 X X 15.54 m
13 26  Denou Koffi (TOG) 14.44 X X 14.44 m
14 27  Ernest Tché-Noubossie (CMR) 14.36 14.39 X 14.39 m
 Ángel Carlos Gagliano (ARG) DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Attempts Result Note
1 2 3 4 5 6
1st  Al Joyner (USA) 17.26 17.04 16.83 16.94 17.04 17.26 m
2nd  Mike Conley (USA) 16.91 X 17.18 X X X 17.18 m
3rd  Keith Connor (GBR) 16.72 16.87 X 16.63 16.67 16.81 16.87 m
4  Zou Zhenxian (CHN) 16.83 16.71 16.16 X 16.33 16.40 16.83 m
5  Peter Bouschen (FRG) 16.04 16.77 16.38 16.58 16.28 16.75 16.77 m
6  Willie Banks (USA) 16.23 16.75 X X 16.33 16.51 16.75 m
7  Ajayi Agbebaku (NGR) 14.84 16.67 16.67 m
8  Eric McCalla (GBR) 16.64 X 15.89 X 16.66 16.66 m
9  Joseph Taiwo (NGR) 16.36 16.64 16.61 16.12 16.57 16.32 16.64 m
10  John Herbert (GBR) 16.35 16.05 16.40 16.40 m
11  Hassan Badra (EGY) 15.52 15.74 16.07 16.07 m
12  Mamadou Diallo (SEN) 15.99 15.69 15.99 m

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