Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 400 metres

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Men's 400 metres
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Venue Stadium Australia
Dates September 22 to September 25
Competitors 68 from 43 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Jamaica
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Athletics at the
2000 Summer Olympics
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The Men's 400 metres event at the 2000 Summer Olympics as part of the athletics programme was held at Stadium Australia on Friday 22 September, Saturday 23 September, Sunday 24 September, and Monday 25 September 2000.

The top three runners in each of the initial nine heats automatically qualified for the second round. The next five fastest runners from across the heats also qualified. Those 32 runners competed in 4 heats in the second round, with the top fours runners from each heat qualifying for the semifinals. There were two semifinals, and only the top four from each heat advanced to the final.

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Michael Johnson (USA)
Silver  Alvin Harrison (USA)
Bronze  Gregory Haughton (JAM)

Records[edit]

World Record 43.18 Michael Johnson USA Seville, ESP 26 August 1999
Olympic Record 43.49 Michael Johnson USA Atlanta, USA 29 July 1996

Results[edit]

All times shown are in seconds.

  • Q denotes qualification by place in heat.
  • q denotes qualification by overall place.
  • DNS denotes did not start.
  • DNF denotes did not finish.
  • DQ denotes disqualification.
  • NR denotes national record.
  • OR denotes Olympic record.
  • WR denotes world record.
  • PB denotes personal best.
  • SB denotes season best.

Round 1[edit]

Heat 1 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 4 Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 1 0.266 s 45.23 s Q
2 7 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 7 0.153 s 45.39 s Q PB
3 11 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 5 0.162 s 45.49 s Q
4 30 Dmitriy Golovastov Russia Russia 3 0.234 s 45.90 s q
5 40 Takahiko Yamamura Japan Japan 2 0.261 s 46.25 s
6 43 Carlos Santa Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 4 0.169 s 46.40 s
7 50 Piotr Rysiukiewicz Poland Poland 8 0.227 s 46.67 s
8 51 Gerald Clervil Haiti Haiti 6 0.556 s 46.69 s NR
Heat 2 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =23 Jude Monye Nigeria Nigeria 8 0.220 s 45.79 s Q
2 26 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 1 0.196 s 45.82 s Q
3 36 Alejandro Cardenas Mexico Mexico 5 0.143 s 46.14 s Q
4 54 Neil de Silva Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2 0.220 s 46.84 s
5 58 Gustavo Aguirre Argentina Argentina 3 0.237 s 47.03 s
6 59 Troy McIntosh The Bahamas Bahamas 3 0.237 s 47.06 s
- - Jonas Motiejunas Lithuania Lithuania 7 0.220 s DNF
- - Kennedy Ochieng Kenya Kenya 4 0.178 s DNF
Heat 3 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 13 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 4 0.472 s 45.55 s Q
2 =27 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 3 0.480 s 45.84 s Q
3 =27 Soufiene Labidi Tunisia Tunisia 3 0.252 s 45.84 s Q
4 29 Jun Osakada Japan Japan 6 0.231 s 45.88 s q
5 46 Tawanda Chiwira Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1 0.203 s 46.50 s
6 52 Nduka Awazie Nigeria Nigeria 7 0.319 s 46.81 s
7 57 Johnson Kubisa Botswana Botswana 8 0.387 s 46.97 s
- - Evripedes Demosthenous Cyprus Cyprus 2 0.179 s DNF
Heat 4 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 16 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 8 0.295 s 45.63 s Q
2 18 David Kipkorir Kirui Kenya Kenya 2 0.207 s 45.69 s Q PB
3 19 Marc Raquil France France 3 0.238 s 45.72 s Q
4 21 Arnaud Malherbe South Africa South Africa 7 0.200 s 45.73 s q
5 22 Sunday Bada Nigeria Nigeria 6 0.554 s 45.75 s q
6 31 Ato Modibo Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 5 0.486 s 45.91 s
7 61 Benjamin Youla Republic of the Congo Republic of the Congo 4 0.183 s 47.54 s
8 63 Iliya Dzhivondov Bulgaria Bulgaria 1 0.200 s 48.64 s
Heat 5 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =2 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 2 0.209 s 45.22 s Q
2 14 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 3 0.248 s 45.61 s Q SB
3 =23 Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 7 0.134 s 45.79 s Q
4 34 Rohan Pradeep Kumar Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 4 0.499 s 46.00 s
5 37 Salaheldin E Bakkar Qatar Qatar 8 0.414 s 46.16 s
6 39 Zsolt Szeglet Hungary Hungary 5 0.176 s 46.19 s
7 47 Jamie Baulch United Kingdom Great Britain 6 0.164 s 46.52 s
Heat 6 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 6 0.467 s 44.96 s Q
2 6 Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 5 0.204 s 45.30 s Q
3 =7 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 2 0.236 s 45.39 s Q
4 =41 Anastasios Gousis Greece Greece 3 0.211 s 46.38 s
5 =41 Fawzi Al Shammari Kuwait Kuwait 7 0.157 s 46.38 s
6 49 Paramjit Singh India India 8 0.188 s 46.64 s
7 60 Philip Mukomana Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 4 0.503 s 47.11 s
Heat 7 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 5 Michael Johnson United States United States 5 0.176 s 45.25 s Q
2 12 David Canal Spain Spain 2 0.189 s 45.53 s Q SB
3 =19 Ibrahima Wade France France 3 0.262 s 45.72 s Q
4 35 Malik Louahla Algeria Algeria 7 0.158 s 46.06 s
5 45 Sean Baldock United Kingdom Great Britain 4 0.180 s 46.45 s
6 55 Fabian Rollins Barbados Barbados 8 0.447 s 46.85 s
7 56 Oleksandr Kaydash Ukraine Ukraine 6 0.586 s 46.88 s
Heat 8 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =2 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 4 0.153 s 45.22 s Q NR
2 =9 Sugath Thilakaratne Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2 0.211 s 45.48 s Q
3 =9 Ibrahim Ismail Muftah Qatar Qatar 1 0.234 s 45.48 s Q
4 17 Eric Milazar Mauritius Mauritius 5 0.459 s 45.66 s q
5 44 Štefan Balošák Slovakia Slovakia 3 0.192 s 46.42 s
6 48 Kenji Tabata Japan Japan 7 0.143 s 46.59 s
7 62 Rudieon Sylvan Grenada Grenada 8 0.241 s 48.17 s
8 64 Basheer Al Khewani Yemen Yemen 6 0.452 s 49.72 s PB
Heat 9 of 9
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 15 Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 3 0.328 s 45.62 s Q
2 25 Christopher Brown The Bahamas Bahamas 4 0.505 s 45.80 s Q
3 32 Davis Kamoga Uganda Uganda 6 0.625 s 45.92 s Q SB
4 33 Metija Sestak Slovenia Slovenia 7 0.295 s 45.95 s
5 38 Tomas Coman Republic of Ireland Ireland 5 0.263 s 46.17 s
6 53 Juan Pedro Toledo Mexico Mexico 2 0.282 s 46.82 s
- - Daniel Batman Australia Australia 8 0.378 s DNF

Overall Results Round 1

Round 1
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Time Qual. Record
1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 6 6 1 44.96 s Q
2 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 8 4 1 45.22 s Q NR
Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 5 2 1 45.22 s Q
4 Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 1 1 1 45.23 s Q
5 Michael Johnson United States United States 7 5 1 45.25 s Q
6 Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 6 5 2 45.30 s Q
7 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 1 7 2 45.39 s Q PB
Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 6 2 3 45.39 s Q
9 Ibrahim Ismail Muftah Qatar Qatar 8 1 3 45.48 s Q
Sugath Thilakaratne Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 8 2 2 45.48 s Q
11 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 1 5 3 45.49 s Q
12 David Canal Spain Spain 7 2 2 45.53 s Q SB
13 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 3 4 1 45.55 s Q
14 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 5 3 2 45.61 s Q SB
15 Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 9 3 1 45.62 s Q
16 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 4 8 1 45.63 s Q
17 Eric Milazar Mauritius Mauritius 8 5 4 45.66 s q
18 David Kipkorir Kirui Kenya Kenya 4 2 2 45.69 s Q PB
19 Marc Raquil France France 4 3 3 45.72 s Q
Ibrahima Wade France France 7 3 3 45.72 s Q
21 Arnaud Malherbe South Africa South Africa 4 7 4 45.73 s q
22 Sunday Bada Nigeria Nigeria 4 6 5 45.75 s q
23 Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 5 7 3 45.79 s Q
Jude Monye Nigeria Nigeria 2 8 1 45.79 s Q
25 Christopher Brown The Bahamas Bahamas 8 4 2 45.80 s Q
26 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 2 1 2 45.82 s Q
27 Soufiene Labidi Tunisia Tunisia 3 3 3 45.84 s Q
Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 3 5 2 45.84 s Q
29 Jun Osakada Japan Japan 3 6 4 45.88 s q
30 Dmitriy Golovastov Russia Russia 1 3 4 45.90 s q
31 Ato Modibo Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago 4 5 6 45.91 s
32 Davis Kamoga Uganda Uganda 9 6 3 45.82 s Q SB
33 Matija Sestak Slovenia Slovenia 9 7 4 45.95 s
34 Rhohan Pradeep Kumar Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 5 4 4 46.00 s
35 Malik Louahla Algeria Algeria 7 4 4 46.06 s
36 Alejandro Cardenas Mexico Mexico 2 5 3 46.14 s Q
37 Salaheldin E Bakkar Qatar Qatar 5 8 5 46.16 s
38 Tomas Coman Republic of Ireland Ireland 9 5 5 46.17 s
39 Zsolt Szeglet Hungary Hungary 5 5 6 46.19 s
40 Takahiko Yamamura Japan Japan 1 2 5 46.25 s
41 Fawzi Al Shammari Kuwait Kuwait 6 7 5 46.38 s
Anastasios Gousis Greece Greece 6 3 4 46.38 s
43 Carlos Santa Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 1 4 6 46.40 s
44 Štefan Balošák Slovakia Slovakia 8 3 5 46.42 s
45 Sean Baldock United Kingdom Great Britain 7 4 5 46.45 s
46 Tawanda Chiwira Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 3 1 5 46.50 s
47 Jamie Baulch United Kingdom Great Britain 5 6 7 46.52 s
48 Kenji Tabata Japan Japan 8 7 6 46.59 s
49 Paramjit Singh India India 6 8 8 46.64 s
50 Piotr Rysiukiewicz Poland Poland 1 8 7 46.67 s
51 Gerald Clervil Haiti Haiti 1 6 8 46.69 s NR
52 Nduka Awazie Nigeria Nigeria 3 7 6 46.81 s
53 Juan Pedro Toledo Mexico Mexico 9 2 6 46.82 s
54 Neil de Silva Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago 2 2 4 46.84 s
55 Fabian Rollins Barbados Barbados 7 8 6 46.85 s
56 Oleksandr Kaydash Ukraine Ukraine 7 6 7 46.88 s
57 Johnson Kubisa Botswana Botswana 3 8 7 46.97 s
58 Gustavo Aguirre Argentina Argentina 2 3 5 47.03 s
59 Troy McIntosh The Bahamas Bahamas 2 6 6 47.06 s
60 Philip Mukomana Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 6 4 7 47.11 s
61 Benjamin Youla Republic of the Congo Republic of the Congo 4 4 7 47.54 s
62 Rudieon Sylvan Grenada Grenada 8 8 7 48.17 s
63 Iliya Dzhivondov Bulgaria Bulgaria 4 1 8 48.64 s
64 Basheer Al Khewani Yemen Yemen 8 6 8 49.72 s PB
- Daniel Batman Australia Australia 9 8 - DNF
Evripedes Demosthenous Cyprus Cyprus 3 2 - DNF
Jonas Motiejunas Lithuania Lithuania 2 7 - DNF
Kennedy Ochieng Kenya Kenya 2 4 - DNF

Round 2[edit]

Heat 1 of 4
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 6 Michael Johnson United States United States 4 0.150 s 45.31 s Q
2 13 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 1 0.251 s 45.43 s Q PB
3 =13 Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 5 45.43 s Q
4 15 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 8 0.163 s 45.45 s Q
5 16 Eric Milazar Mauritius Mauritius 7 0.364 s 45.52 s
6 =17 Sugath Thilakaratne Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 6 0.199 s 45.54 s
7 =17 David Canal Spain Spain 3 0.221 s 45.54 s
8 21 Arnaud Malherbe South Africa South Africa 2 0.192 s 45.59 s
Heat 2 of 4
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 3 Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 3 0.283 s 45.06 s Q SB
2 =7 Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 4 0.475 s 46.35 s Q
3 =7 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 6 0.600 s 45.35 s Q
4 12 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 8 0.183 s 45.40 s Q
5 22 Ibrahima Wade France France 7 0.223 s 45.61 s
6 25 Davis Kamoga Uganda Uganda 2 0.207 s 45.74 s SB
7 29 David Kirui Kenya Kenya 5 46.00 s
8 31 Jun Osakada Japan Japan 1 0.217 s 46.15 s
Heat 3 of 4
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 6 0.195 s 44.25 s Q
2 4 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 4 0.475 s 45.08 s Q
3 =7 Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 7 0.150 s 45.35 s Q PB
4 11 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 8 0.174 s 45.38 s Q
5 =23 Dmitriy Golovastov Russia Russia 1 0.184 s 45.66 s
6 26 Christopher Brown The Bahamas Bahamas 5 0.204 s 45.76 s
7 30 Soufiene Labidi Tunisia Tunisia 2 0.215 s 46.01 s
8 32 Jude Monye Nigeria Nigeria 3 0.203 s 46.32 s
Heat 4 of 4
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 2 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 7 0.194 s 45.01 s Q PB
2 5 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 4 0.440 s 45.15 s Q
3 10 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 5 0.161 s 45.37 s Q PB
4 19 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 3 0.302 s 45.55 s Q
5 20 Marc Raquil France France 2 45.56 s
6 =23 Alejandro Cardenas Mexico Mexico 1 0.139 s 45.66 s
7 27 Sunday Bada Nigeria Nigeria 8 0.226 s 45.83 s
8 28 Ibrahim Ismail Muftah Qatar Qatar 6 0.549 s 45.96 s

Overall Results Round 2

Round 2
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Time Qual. Record
1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 3 6 1 44.25 s Q
2 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 4 7 1 45.01 s Q PB
3 Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 2 3 1 45.06 s Q SB
4 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 3 4 2 45.08 s Q
5 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 4 4 2 45.15 s Q
6 Michael Johnson United States United States 1 4 1 45.31 s Q
7 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2 6 3 45.35 s Q
Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 3 7 3 45.35 s Q PB
Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 2 4 2 45.35 s Q
10 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 4 5 3 45.37 s Q PB
11 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 3 8 4 45.38 s Q
12 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 2 8 4 45.40 s Q
13 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 1 1 2 45.43 s Q PB
Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 1 5 3 45.43 s Q
15 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 1 8 4 45.45 s Q
16 Eric Milazar Mauritius Mauritius 1 7 5 45.52 s
17 David Canal Spain Spain 1 3 7 45.54 s
Sugath Thilakaratne Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 1 6 6 45.54 s
19 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 4 3 4 45.50 s Q
20 Marc Raquil France France 4 2 5 45.56 s
21 Arnaud Malherbe South Africa South Africa 1 2 8 45.59 s
22 Ibrahima Wade France France 2 7 5 45.61 s
23 Alejandro Cardenas Mexico Mexico 4 1 6 45.66 s
Dmitriy Golovastov Russia Russia 3 1 5 45.66 s
25 Davis Kamoga Uganda Uganda 2 2 6 45.74 s
26 Christopher Brown The Bahamas Bahamas 3 5 6 45.76 s
27 Sunday Bada Nigeria Nigeria 4 8 7 45.83 s
28 Ibrahim Ismail Muftah Qatar Qatar 4 6 8 45.96 s
29 David Kirui Kenya Kenya 2 5 7 46.00 s
30 Soufiene Labidi Tunisia Tunisia 3 2 7 46.01 s
31 Jun Osakada Japan Japan 2 1 8 46.15 s
32 Jude Monye Nigeria Nigeria 3 3 8 46.32 s

Semi-Finals[edit]

Heat 1 of 2
Date: Sunday 24 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 6 0.220 s 44.53 s Q
2 2 Michael Johnson United States United States 5 0.164 s 44.65 s Q
3 3 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 3 0.258 s 44.93 s Q
4 4 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 2 0.212 s 45.17 s Q
5 5 Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 8 0.198 s 45.18 s
6 12 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 6 0.470 s 45.66 s
7 13 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 1 0.176 s 45.70 s
8 14 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 7 0.179 s 45.98 s
Heat 2 of 2
Date: Sunday 24 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 6 Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 4 0.499 s 45.24 s Q
2 7 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 7 0.253 s 45.38 s Q
3 8 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 5 0.529 s 45.52 s Q
4 9 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 6 0.192 s 45.53 s Q
5 10 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 8 0.168 s 45.55 s
6 11 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 2 0.229 s 45.61 s
7 15 Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 1 0.221 s 46.41 s
- - Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 3 0.270 s DNF

Overall Results Semi-Finals

Semi-Finals
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Time Qual. Record
1 Alvin Harrison United States United States 1 6 1 44.53 s Q
2 Michael Johnson United States United States 1 5 2 44.65 s Q
3 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 1 3 3 44.93 s Q
4 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 1 2 4 45.17 s Q
5 Avard Moncur The Bahamas Bahamas 1 8 5 45.18 s
6 Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 2 4 1 45.24 s Q
7 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 2 7 2 45.38 s Q
8 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 2 5 3 45.52 s Q
9 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 2 6 4 45.53 s Q
10 Daniel Caines United Kingdom Great Britain 2 8 5 45.55 s
11 Casey Vincent Australia Australia 2 2 6 45.61 s
12 Piotr Haczek Poland Poland 1 4 6 45.66 s
13 Patrick Dwyer Australia Australia 1 1 7 45.70 s
14 Hamdan O Al-Bishi Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 1 7 8 45.98 s
15 Alessandro Attene Italy Italy 2 1 7 46.41 s
- Davian Clarke Jamaica Jamaica 2 3 DNF

Final[edit]

Date: Monday 25 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Record
1 Michael Johnson United States United States 6 0.610 s 43.84 s
2 Alvin Harrison United States United States 4 0.490 s 44.40 s
3 Gregory Haughton Jamaica Jamaica 8 0.346 s 44.70 s SB
4 Sanderlei Claro Parrela Brazil Brazil 2 0.280 s 45.01 s
5 Robert Mackowiak Poland Poland 1 0.232 s 45.14 s
6 Hendrick Mokganyetsi South Africa South Africa 7 0.442 s 45.26 s
7 Danny McFarlane Jamaica Jamaica 2 0.332 s 45.55 s
DISQ Antonio Pettigrew United States United States 5 0.576 s 45.42 s

Source: Official Report of the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics available at http://www.la84foundation.org/5va/reports_frmst.htm