Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 200 metres

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Men's 200 metres
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    Greece
Silver medal    Great Britain
Bronze medal    Trinidad and Tobago
«1996 2004»
Athletics at the
2000 Summer Olympics
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The 200 metres at the 2000 Summer Olympics as part of the athletics programme were held at Stadium Australia on Wednesday 27 September and Thursday 28 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.

Records[edit]

World Record 19.32 Michael Johnson USA Atlanta, USA 1 August 1996
Olympic Record 19.32 Michael Johnson USA Atlanta, USA 1 August 1996

Qualification[edit]

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: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:05 am
Wind: -0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =17 Francis Obikwelu Nigeria Nigeria 1 0.201 s 20.76 s Q
2 20 Stéphan Buckland Mauritius Mauritius 8 0.269 s 20.81 s Q
3 =32 Renward Wells The Bahamas Bahamas 5 0.147 s 20.95 s Q
4 =39 John Ertzgaard Norway Norway 6 0.154 s 21.00 s
5 =44 Sayon Cooper Liberia Liberia 3 0.261 s 21.10 s
6 51 Albert Agyemang Ghana Ghana 4 0.240 s 21.22 s
7 63 Jayson Jones Belize Belize 7 0.163 s 22.20 s
- - Mohammad Mahabub Alam Bangladesh Bangladesh 2 0.240 s DNF
Heat 2 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:11 am
Wind: -0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 11 Floyd Heard United States United States 7 0.167 s 20.68 s Q
2 16 Koji Ito Japan Japan 4 0.191 s 20.75 s Q SB
3 =21 Tommi Hartonen Finland Finland 8 0.187 s 20.82 s Q
4 =29 Petko Yankov Bulgaria Bulgaria 5 0.152 s 20.91 s q
5 =36 Darryl Wohlsen Australia Australia 2 0.161 s 20.98 s
6 =53 Pierre Browne Canada Canada 6 0.258 s 21.28 s
- - Tanko Braimah Ghana Ghana 3 0.192 s DQ*

* Tanko Braimah was disqualified under IAAF rule 163.3 - lane infringement

Heat 3 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:17 am
Wind: +0.5 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =4 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2 0.157 s 20.52 s Q
2 =4 Kim Collins Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 5 0.175 s 20.52 s Q
3 10 Marcin Urbaś Poland Poland 4 0.152 s 20.62 s Q
4 =17 Geir Moen Norway Norway 7 0.160 s 20.76 s q
5 31 Gidon Jablonka Israel Israel 8 0.185 s 20.92 s
6 =32 Gennadiy Chernovol Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 3 0.190 s 20.95 s SB
- - Alexios Alexopoulos Greece Greece 6 - DNS
Heat 4 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:23 am
Wind: +0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =2 Coby Miller United States United States 6 0.182 s 20.49 s Q
2 15 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 4 0.194 s 20.71 s Q
3 =25 Uchenna Emedolu Nigeria Nigeria 5 0.179 s 20.87 s Q
4 =36 Ahmed Yves Douhou Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire 7 0.169 s 20.98 s
5 43 Ricardo Williams Jamaica Jamaica 2 0.289 s 21.09 s
6 50 Julian Raeburn Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 8 0.326 s 21.21 s
7 =55 Keita Cline British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands 3 0.199 s 21.42 s
Heat 5 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:29 am
Wind: +0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 7 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 6 0.179 s 20.57 s Q
2 23 Anninos Marcoullides Cyprus Cyprus 5 0.190 s 20.83 s Q
3 28 Marlon Devonish United Kingdom Great Britain 2 0.178 s 20.89 s Q
4 =32 André da Silva Brazil Brazil 3 0.237 s 20.95 s
5 =42 Aleksandr Ryabov Russia Russia 8 0.216 s 21.02 s
6 =53 Marián Vanderka Slovakia Slovakia 7 0.254 s 21.28 s
7 62 Ali K. R. A. Al Neyadi United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 4 0.280 s 21.93 s
8 65 Christie van Wyk Namibia Namibia 1 0.147 s 46.57 s
Heat 6 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:35 am
Wind: -0.4 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Christopher Williams Jamaica Jamaica 5 0.189 s 20.45 s Q
2 9 Shingo Suetsugu Japan Japan 1 0.184 s 20.60 s Q
3 =32 Venancio José Spain Spain 7 0.179 s 20.95 s Q
4 =39 Martin Lachkovics Austria Austria 3 0.163 s 21.00 s
5 =39 Andrew Tynes The Bahamas Bahamas 4 0.169 s 21.00 s
6 =55 Jimmy Pino Colombia Colombia 6 0.179 s 21.42 s
7 58 Pascal Dangbo Benin Benin 8 0.158 s 21.54 s
8 60 Maqsood Ahmad Pakistan Pakistan 2 0.181 s 21.70 s
Heat 7 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:41 am
Wind: +0.5 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 12 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 4 0.192 s 20.69 s Q
2 =13 Joseph Batangdon Cameroon Cameroon 8 0.176 s 20.70 s Q
3 19 Antoine Boussombo Gabon Gabon 6 0.161 s 20.78 s Q
4 =29 Matt Shirvington Australia Australia 3 0.168 s 20.91 s q
5 46 Carlos Gats Argentina Argentina 1 0.181 s 21.15 s
6 49 Ricardo Roach Chile Chile 5 0.154 s 21.20 s
7 52 Ezra Kenyoke Sambu Kenya Kenya 7 0.377 s 21.23 s
8 64 Sherwin James Dominica Dominica 2 0.195 s 22.40 s
Heat 8 of 9
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:47 am
Wind: +0.4 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =2 John Capel, Jr. United States United States 4 0.216 s 20.49 s Q
2 =4 Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 6 0.272 s 20.52 s Q
3 8 Alessandro Cavallaro Italy Italy 5 0.192 s 20.58 s Q
4 =21 Héber Viera Uruguay Uruguay 8 0.180 s 20.82 s q SB
5 27 Patrick Johnson Australia Australia 2 0.225 s 20.88 s q
6 =44 Anastasios Gousis Greece Greece 7 0.325 s 21.10 s
7 47 Salem M. M. Al Yami Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 3 0.261 s 21.18 s
Heat 9 of 9
Date: Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 10:53 am
Wind: -1.0 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =13 Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 5 0.176 s 20.70 s Q
2 24 Dwight Thomas Jamaica Jamaica 3 0.192 s 20.85 s Q
3 =25 Oumar Loum Senegal Senegal 7 0.201 s 20.87 s Q
4 =36 Paul Brizzell Republic of Ireland Ireland 6 0.178 s 20.98 s
5 48 Mohamed Al Hooti Oman Oman 1 0.226 s 21.19 s
6 57 Dominic Demeritte The Bahamas Bahamas 4 0.167 s 21.47 s
7 59 Joseph Loua Guinea Guinea 2 0.244 s 21.60 s
8 61 N'Kosie Barnes Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 8 0.205 s 21.82 s
Round 1
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Wind Time Qual. Record
1 Christopher Williams Jamaica Jamaica 6 5 1 -0.4 20.45 s Q
2 John Capel, Jr. United States United States 8 4 1 +0.4 20.49 s Q
Coby Miller United States United States 4 6 1 +0.2 20.49 s Q
4 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 3 2 1 +0.5 20.52 s Q
Kim Collins Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 5 2 +0.5 20.52 s Q
Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 8 6 2 +0.4 20.52 s Q
7 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 5 6 1 +0.3 20.57 s Q
8 Alessandro Cavallaro Italy Italy 8 5 3 +0.4 20.58 s Q
9 Shingo Suetsugu Japan Japan 6 1 2 -0.4 20.60 s Q
10 Marcin Urbaś Poland Poland 3 4 3 +0.5 20.62 s Q
11 Floyd Heard United States United States 2 7 1 -0.2 20.68 s Q
12 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 7 4 1 +0.5 20.69 s Q
13 Joseph Batangdon Cameroon Cameroon 7 8 2 +0.5 20.70 s Q
Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 9 5 1 -0.1 20.70 s Q
15 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 4 4 2 +0.2 20.71 s Q
16 Koji Ito Japan Japan 2 4 2 -0.2 20.75 s Q SB
17 Francis Obikwelu Nigeria Nigeria 1 1 1 -0.3 20.76 s Q
Geir Moen Norway Norway 3 7 4 +0.5 20.76 s q
19 Antoine Boussombo Gabon Gabon 7 6 3 +0.5 20.78 s Q
20 Stéphan Buckland Mauritius Mauritius 1 8 2 -0.3 20.81 s Q
21 Tommi Hartonen Finland Finland 2 8 3 -0.2 20.82 s Q
Héber Viera Uruguay Uruguay 8 8 4 +0.4 20.82 s q SB
23 Anninos Marcoullides Cyprus Cyprus 5 5 2 +0.3 20.83 s Q
24 Dwight Thomas Jamaica Jamaica 9 3 2 -0.1 20.85 s Q
25 Uchenna Emedolu Nigeria Nigeria 4 5 3 +0.2 20.87 s Q
Oumar Loum Senegal Senegal 9 7 3 -0.1 20.87 s Q
27 Patrick Johnson Australia Australia 8 2 5 +0.4 20.88 s q
28 Marlon Devonish United Kingdom Great Britain 5 2 3 +0.3 20.89 s Q
29 Matt Shirvington Australia Australia 7 3 4 +0.5 20.91 s q
Petko Yankov Bulgaria Bulgaria 2 5 4 -0.2 20.91 s q
31 Gidon Jablonka Israel Israel 3 8 5 +0.5 20.92 s
32 Venancio José Spain Spain 6 7 3 -0.4 20.95 s Q
Renward Wells The Bahamas Bahamas 1 5 3 -0.3 20.95 s Q
Gennadiy Chernovol Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 3 3 6 +0.5 20.95 s
André da Silva Brazil Brazil 5 3 4 +0.3 20.95 s
36 Paul Brizzell Republic of Ireland Ireland 9 6 4 -0.1 20.98 s
Ahmed Yves Douhou Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire 4 7 4 +0.2 20.98 s
Darryl Wohlsen Australia Australia 2 2 5 -0.2 20.98 s
39 John Ertzgaard Norway Norway 1 6 4 -0.3 21.00 s
Martin Lachkovics Austria Austria 6 3 4 -0.4 21.00 s
Andrew Tynes The Bahamas Bahamas 6 4 5 -0.4 21.00 s
42 Aleksandr Ryabov Russia Russia 5 8 5 +0.3 21.02 s
43 Ricardo Williams Jamaica Jamaica 4 2 5 +0.2 21.09 s
44 Sayon Cooper Liberia Liberia 1 3 5 -0.3 21.10 s
Anastasios Gousis Greece Greece 8 7 6 +0.4 21.10 s
46 Carlos Gats Argentina Argentina 7 1 5 +0.5 21.15 s
47 Salem M. M. Al Yami Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 8 3 7 +0.4 21.18 s
48 Mohamed Al Hooti Oman Oman 9 1 5 -0.1 21.19 s
49 Ricardo Roach Chile Chile 7 5 6 +0.5 21.20 s
50 Julian Raeburn Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 4 8 6 +0.2 21.21 s
51 Albert Agyemang Ghana Ghana 1 4 6 -0.3 21.22 s
52 Ezra Kenyoke Sambu Kenya Kenya 7 7 7 +0.5 21.23 s
53 Pierre Browne Canada Canada 2 6 6 -0.2 21.28 s
Marián Vanderka Slovakia Slovakia 5 7 6 +0.3 21.28 s
55 Keita Cline British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands 4 3 7 +0.2 21.42 s
Jimmy Pino Colombia Colombia 6 6 6 -0.4 21.42 s
57 Dominic Demeritte The Bahamas Bahamas 9 4 6 -0.1 21.47 s
58 Pascal Dangbo Benin Benin 6 8 7 -0.4 21.54 s
59 Joseph Loua Guinea Guinea 9 2 7 -0.1 21.60 s
60 Maqsood Ahmad Pakistan Pakistan 6 2 8 -0.4 21.70 s
61 N'Kosie Barnes Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 9 8 8 -0.1 21.82 s
62 Ali K. R. A. Al Neyadi United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 5 4 7 +0.3 21.93 s
63 Jayson Jones Belize Belize 1 7 7 -0.3 22.20 s
64 Sherwin James Dominica Dominica 7 2 8 +0.5 22.40 s
65 Christie van Wyk Namibia Namibia 5 1 8 +0.3 46.57 s
- Tanko Braimah Ghana Ghana 2 3 - -0.2 DQ
- Mohammad Mahabub Alam Bangladesh Bangladesh 1 2 - -0.3 DNF
- Alexios Alexopoulos Greece Greece 3 6 - +0.5 DNS

Round 2[edit]

Heat 1 of 4
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 7:30 pm
Wind: +0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =1 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 3 0.175 s 20.13 s Q PB
2 3 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 6 0.203 s 20.14 s Q NR
3 9 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 4 0.160 s 20.28 s Q
4 =11 Shingo Suetsugu Japan Japan 5 0.182 s 20.37 s Q
5 13 Marcin Urbaś Poland Poland 8 0.159 s 20.43 s SB
6 21 Geir Moen Norway Norway 7 0.165 s 20.65 s
7 =23 Antoine Boussombo Gabon Gabon 2 0.163 s 20.71 s
8 30 Héber Viera Uruguay Uruguay 1 0.196 s 20.97 s
Heat 2 of 4
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 7:37 pm
Wind: 0.0 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 4 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 6 0.195 s 20.16 s Q
2 =11 Coby Miller United States United States 3 0.239 s 20.37 s Q
3 =14 Kim Collins Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 4 0.171 s 20.47 s Q
4 18 Koji Ito Japan Japan 5 0.208 s 20.56 s Q SB
5 19 Dwight Thomas Jamaica Jamaica 8 0.206 s 20.58 s PB
6 25 Petko Yankov Bulgaria Bulgaria 2 0.169 s 20.75 s
7 26 Venancio José Spain Spain 7 0.182 s 20.79 s
8 29 Uchenna Emedolu Nigeria Nigeria 1 0.195 s 20.93 s
Heat 3 of 4
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 7:44 pm
Wind: -0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =1 John Capel, Jr. United States United States 5 0.169 s 20.13 s Q
2 5 Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 3 0.196 s 20.19 s Q PB
3 =6 Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 4 0.139 s 20.24 s Q
4 =14 Tommi Hartonen Finland Finland 8 0.179 s 20.47 s Q NR
5 17 Joseph Batangdon Cameroon Cameroon 6 0.247 s 20.55 s
6 22 Alessandro Cavallaro Italy Italy 3 0.190 s 20.95 s SB
7 28 Patrick Johnson Australia Australia 7 0.252 s 20.87 s
8 31 Renward Wells The Bahamas Bahamas 2 0.162 s 21.26 s
Heat 4 of 4
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2000
Time: 7:51 pm
Wind: +0.4 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =6 Floyd Heard United States United States 5 0.173 s 20.24 s Q
2 8 Christopher Williams Jamaica Jamaica 4 0.187 s 20.25 s Q
3 10 Francis Obikwelu Nigeria Nigeria 6 0.195 s 20.33 s Q
4 16 Stéphan Buckland Mauritius Mauritius 3 0.237 s 20.53 s Q
5 20 Oumar Loum Senegal Senegal 1 0.186 s 20.60 s
6 =23 Anninos Marcoullides Cyprus Cyprus 8 0.196 s 20.71 s SB
7 27 Marlon Devonish United Kingdom Great Britain 7 0.163 s 20.82 s
- - Matt Shirvington Australia Australia 2 DNS
Round 2
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Wind Time Qual. Record
=1 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 1 3 1 +0.3 20.13 s Q PB
John Capel, Jr. United States United States 3 5 1 -0.2 20.13 s Q
3 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 1 6 2 +0.3 20.14 s Q NR
4 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 2 6 1 +0.0 20.16 s Q
5 Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 3 3 2 -0.2 20.19 s Q PB
6 Floyd Heard United States United States 4 5 1 +0.4 20.24 s Q
Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 3 4 3 -0.2 20.24 s Q
8 Christopher Williams Jamaica Jamaica 4 4 2 +0.4 20.25 s Q
9 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 1 4 3 +0.3 20.28 s Q
10 Francis Obikwelu Nigeria Nigeria 3 4 3 +0.5 20.33 s Q
11 Coby Miller United States United States 2 3 2 +0.0 20.37 s Q
Shingo Suetsugu Japan Japan 1 5 4 +0.3 20.37 s Q
13 Marcin Urbaś Poland Poland 1 8 5 +0.3 20.43 s SB
14 Kim Collins Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 2 4 3 +0.0 20.47 s Q
Tommi Hartonen Finland Finland 3 8 4 -0.2 20.47 s Q NR
16 Stéphan Buckland Mauritius Mauritius 4 3 4 +0.4 20.53 s Q
17 Joseph Batangdon Cameroon Cameroon 3 6 5 -0.2 20.55 s
18 Koji Ito Japan Japan 2 5 4 +0.0 20.56 s Q SB
19 Dwight Thomas Jamaica Jamaica 2 8 5 +0.0 20.58 s PB
20 Oumar Loum Senegal Senegal 4 1 5 +0.4 20.60 s
21 Geir Moen Norway Norway 1 7 6 +0.3 20.65 s
22 Alessandro Cavallaro Italy Italy 3 1 6 -0.2 20.69 s
23 Antoine Boussombo Gabon Gabon 1 2 7 +0.3 20.71 s
Anninos Marcoullides Cyprus Cyprus 4 8 6 +0.4 20.71 s
25 Petko Yankov Bulgaria Bulgaria 2 2 6 +0.0 20.75 s
26 Venancio José Spain Spain 2 7 7 -0.0 20.79 s
27 Marlon Devonish United Kingdom Great Britain 4 7 7 +0.4 20.82 s
28 Patrick Johnson Australia Australia 3 7 7 -0.2 20.87 s
29 Uchenna Emedolu Nigeria Nigeria 2 1 8 +0.0 20.93 s
30 Héber Viera Uruguay Uruguay 1 1 8 +0.3 20.97 s
31 Renward Wells The Bahamas Bahamas 3 2 8 -0.2 21.26 s
- Matt Shirvington Australia Australia 4 2 +0.4 DNS

Semi-Finals[edit]

Heat 1 of 2
Date: Thursday 28 September 2000
Wind: -1.1 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 John Capel, Jr. United States United States 3 0.177 s 20.10 s Q
2 2 Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 6 0.161 s 20.19 s Q
3 =3 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 8 0.147 s 20.20 s Q
4 5 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 5 0.199 s 20.21 s Q
5 9 Christopher Williams Jamaica Jamaica 4 0.197 s 20.47 s
6 10 Stephane Bukland Mauritius Mauritius 4 0.197 s 20.56 s
7 15 Francis Obikwelu Nigeria Nigeria 7 0.241 s 20.71 s
8 16 Tommi Hartonen Finland Finland 2 0.170 s 20.88 s
Heat 2 of 2
Date: Thursday 28 September 2000
Wind: +0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =3 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 5 0.200 s 20.20 s Q
2 6 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 3 0.234 s 20.23 s Q
3 7 Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 7 0.196 s 20.30 s Q
4 8 Coby Miller United States United States 4 0.174 s 20.45 s Q
5 11 Kim Collins Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 0.177 s 20.57 s
6 12 Floyd Heard United States United States 6 0.169 s 20.63 s
7 13 Koji Ito Japan Japan 8 0.212 s 20.67 s
8 14 Shingo Suetsugu Japan Japan 2 0.177 s 20.69 s

Final[edit]

Date: Thursday 28 September 2000
Wind: -1.1 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Record
1 Konstantinos Kenteris Greece Greece 5 0.163 s 20.09 s NR
2 Darren Campbell United Kingdom Great Britain 6 0.174 s 20.14 s
3 Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 8 0.163 s 20.20 s
4 Obadele Thompson Barbados Barbados 7 0.205 s 20.20 s
5 Christian Malcolm United Kingdom Great Britain 3 0.202 s 20.23 s
6 Claudinei da Silva Brazil Brazil 1 0.192 s 20.28 s
7 Coby Miller United States United States 2 0.185 s 20.35 s
8 John Capel, Jr. United States United States 4 0.348 s 20.49 s

References[edit]

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