1999 World Championships in Athletics – Men's long jump

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These are the official results of the Men's Long Jump event at the 1999 World Championships in Seville, Spain. There were a total number of 45 participating athletes, with the final held on Saturday 28 August 1999.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Cuba Iván Pedroso
Cuba (CUB)
Silver Spain Yago Lamela
Spain (ESP)
Bronze Slovenia Gregor Cankar
Slovenia (SLO)

Schedule[edit]

Qualification Round
Group A Group B
26.08.1999 – 18:50h 26.08.1999 – 18:50h
Final Round
28.08.1999 – 19:05h

Abbreviations[edit]

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

Qualification[edit]

  • Held on Thursday 26 August 1999
RANK GROUP A DISTANCE
1.  Gregor Cankar (SLO) 8.23 m
2.  Yago Lamela (ESP) 8.15 m
3.  Kevin Dilworth (USA) 8.09 m
4.  Hussein Taher Al-Sabee (KSA) 8.06 m
5.  Ciaran McDonagh (IRL) 8.00 m
6.  Emmanuel Bangué (FRA) 7.92 m
7.  Younés Moudrik (MAR) 7.91 m
8.  Shane Hair (AUS) 7.90 m
9.  Konstantinos Koukodimos (GRE) 7.90 m
10.  Roman Shchurenko (UKR) 7.89 m
11.  Kofi Amoah Prah (GER) 7.86 m
12.  Luis Méliz (CUB) 7.85 m
13.  Ivaylo Mladenov (BUL) 7.83 m
14.  Erick Walder (USA) 7.80 m
15.  Nelson Carlos Ferreira Jr. (BRA) 7.71 m
16.  Danial Jahac (YUG) 7.68 m
17.  Richard Duncan (CAN) 7.65 m
18.  Sung Hee-Jun (KOR) 7.62 m
19.  Chen Jing (CHN) 7.61 m
20.  Mark Anthony Awere (GHA) 7.60 m
21.  Daisuke Watanabe (JPN) 7.41 m
22.  Nathan Morgan (GBR) 7.31 m
RANK GROUP B DISTANCE
1.  Iván Pedroso (CUB) 8.16 m
2.  Huang Le (CHN) 7.94 m
3.  Erik Nijs (BEL) 7.93 m
4.  Jai Taurima (AUS) 7.92 m
5.  Hatem Mohamed Mersal (EGY) 7.90 m
6.  Nikolay Atanasov (BUL) 7.86 m
7.  Shigeru Tagawa (JPN) 7.78 m
8.  Aleksey Lukashevich (UKR) 7.77 m
9.  Cheikh Tidiane Touré (FRA) 7.76 m
10.  Kareem Streete-Thompson (CAY) 7.75 m
11.  Carlos Calado (POR) 7.75 m
12.  Bogdan Tarus (ROM) 7.74 m
13.  Ian Lowe (CAN) 7.72 m
14.  Nicola Trentin (ITA) 7.70 m
15.  Andrey Ignatov (RUS) 7.66 m
16.  Konstantin Krause (GER) 7.61 m
17.  Kader Klouchi (FRA) 7.57 m
18.  Savante Stringfellow (USA) 7.39 m
19.  Gable Garenamotse (BOT) 7.28 m
20.  Abdurahman Al-Nubi (QAT) 7.15 m
 Mattias Sunneborn (SWE) DNS
 Armen Martirosyan (ARM) DNS
 Masaki Morinaga (JPN) DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Attempts Distance Note
1 2 3 4 5 6
1st, gold medalist(s)  Iván Pedroso (CUB) 8.19 8.33 8.56 5.74 8.56 m
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Yago Lamela (ESP) 8.34 X X 8.40 8.09 8.39 8.40 m
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Gregor Cankar (SLO) 8.20 8.32 8.09 8.36 8.07 X 8.36 m SB
4  Jai Taurima (AUS) X 8.12 X X X 8.35 8.35 m AR
5  Shane Hair (AUS) X 7.89 7.99 8.24 8.11 6.10 8.24 m PB
6  Huang Le (CHN) 7.95 7.70 8.01 7.96 8.01 m SB
7  Kevin Dilworth (USA) 7.99 8.00 7.88 7.75 7.98 7.87 8.00 m
8  Younés Moudrik (MAR) 7.68 7.99 7.71 7.71 X 7.76 7.99 m
9  Emmanuel Bangué (FRA) 7.94 7.84 X 7.94 m
10  Ciaran McDonagh (IRL) 7.90 7.72 X 7.90 m
11  Erik Nijs (BEL) 7.81 X 7.83 7.83 m
12  Hussein Al-Sabee (KSA) 7.62 X 6.67 7.62 m

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