Germany at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics

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Germany at the
World Championships in Athletics

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Flag of Germany
IAAF code GER
National federation Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband
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At the 2011 World Championships in Athletics
in Daegu
Competitors 65
Medals Gold
3
Silver
3
Bronze
1
Total
7
2009
2013

Germany competed at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics from August 27 to September 4 in Daegu, South Korea.

Team selection[edit]

The German Athletics Association (Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband) has announced a preliminary squad of 64 to participate at the competition. Among the team of 33 men and 31 women are defending world champion Robert Harting and current hammer throw world record holder Betty Heidler.[1] The final team comprises 78 athletes.[2]

The following athletes appeared on the preliminary Entry List,[2] but not on the Official Start List of the specific event,[3] resulting in total number of 65 competitors:

KEY: Did not participate Competed in another event
Event Athlete
Men 1500 metres Carsten Schlangen
4 x 100 metres relay Christian Blum
Robin Erewa
Sven Knipphals
4 x 400 metres relay David Gollnow
50 kilometres walk André Höhne
Christopher Linke
Pole vault Björn Otto
Javelin throw Till Wöschler
Women 4 x 100 metres relay Leena Günther
Anne Christina Haack
4 x 400 metres relay Sylvia Semkowicz
Wiebke Ullmann
Triple jump Katja Demut
Pole vault Carolin Hingst

Medalists[edit]

The following competitors from Germany won medals at the Championships

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Athlete Event Preliminaries Heats Semifinals Final
Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank
Sebastian Ernst 200 metres 20.95 33 Did not advance
Erik Balnuweit 110 metres hurdles 13.57 17 Did not advance
Alexander John 110 metres hurdles 13.68 24 Did not advance
Willi Mathiszik 110 metres hurdles 13.53 12 Q 13.81 16 Did not advance
Georg Fleischhauer 400 m hurdles 48.72 5 Q 49.36 13 Did not advance
Steffen Uliczka 3000 metres steeplechase 8:37.35 27 Did not advance
Tobias Unger
Marius Broening
Sebastian Ernst
Alex Schaf
4 x 100 metres relay DNF Did not advance
Jonas Plass
Kamghe Gaba
Miguel Rigau
Thomas Schneider
Eric Krüger
4 x 400 metres relay 3:00.68 5 q 3:01.37 8
Christopher Linke 20 kilometres walk 1:24:17 21
Sebastian Bayer Long jump 8.11 5 q 8.17 8
Christian Reif Long jump 8.13 3 q 8.19 7
Eike Onnen High jump 2.28 15 Did not advance
Raul Spank High jump 2.28 11 q 2.29 9
Karsten Dilla Pole vault 5.40 24 Did not advance
Raphael Holzdeppe Pole vault 5.50 20 Did not advance
Malte Mohr Pole vault 5.65 6 q 5.85 5
Ralf Bartels Shot put 20.45 8 q 20.14 10
Marco Schmidt Shot put 20.06 13 Did not advance
David Storl Shot put 21.50 1 Q 21.78 Gold medal icon.svg
Robert Harting Discus throw 64.93 5 q 68.97 Gold medal icon.svg
Markus Münch Discus throw 60.80 26 Did not advance
Martin Wierig Discus throw 61.68 19 Did not advance
Markus Esser Hammer throw 77.60 3 Q 79.12 4
Matthias de Zordo Javelin throw 82.05 4 q 86.27 Gold medal icon.svg
Mark Frank Javelin throw 81.93 6 q 81.81 8

Decathlon

Women[edit]

Athlete Event Preliminaries Heats Semifinals Final
Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank
Yasmin Kwadwo 100 metres bye 11.29 19 q 11.54 18 Did not advance
Leena Günther 100 metres bye 11.36 26 Did not advance
Cindy Roleder 100 m hurdles 13.01 14 q 12.91 12 Did not advance
Gesa Felicitas Krause 3000 metres steeplechase 9:35.83 9 Q 9:32.74 9
Jana Sussmann 3000 metres steeplechase 9:59.93 23 Did not advance
Yasmin Kwadwo
Anne Möllinger
Cathleen Tschirch
Marion Wagner
4 x 100 metres relay DNF Did not advance
Janin Lindenberg
Esther Cremer
Lena Schmidt
Claudia Hoffmann
4 x 400 metres relay 3:27.31 11 Did not advance
Sabine Krantz 20 kilometres walk DNF
Melanie Seeger 20 kilometres walk DNF
Bianca Kappler Long jump 6.48 14 Did not advance
Sosthene Taroum Moguenara Long jump 6.02 31 Did not advance
Kristina Gadschiew Pole vault 4.50 11 q 4.55 10
Silke Spiegelburg Pole vault 4.55 7 q 4.65 9
Martina Strutz Pole vault 4.55 1 q 4.80 Silver medal icon.svg
Nadine Kleinert Shot put 18.75 12 Q 19.26 8
Christina Schwanitz Shot put 19.20 3 Q 17.96 12
Josephine Terlecki Shot put 17.85 19 Did not advance
Nadine Müller Discus throw 65.54 1 Q 65.97 Silver medal icon.svg
Betty Heidler Hammer throw 71.48 6 Q 76.06 Silver medal icon.svg
Kathrin Klaas Hammer throw 71.69 5 Q 71.89 7
Katharina Molitor Javelin throw 63.52 3 Q 64.32 5
Christina Obergföll Javelin throw 68.76 1 Q 65.24 4
Linda Stahl Javelin throw 60.21 9 q DNS

Heptathlon

References[edit]

  1. ^ DLV nominiert Team für WM in Daegu
  2. ^ a b IAAF (August 21, 2011), Entry Lists by Country, retrieved August 21, 2011 
  3. ^ IAAF, Athletes participating per day, retrieved September 7, 2011 

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