2001 in hammer throw

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This page lists the World Best Year Performance in the year 2001 in both the men's and the women's hammer throw. The main event during this season were the 2001 World Athletics Championships in Edmonton, Canada, where the final of the men's competition was held on Sunday August 5, 2001. The women had their final two days later, on Tuesday August 7, 2001.

Men[edit]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2001 season in track and field
World Record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.74 m August 30, 1986 West Germany Stuttgart, West Germany


2001 World Year Ranking[edit]

Rank Mark Athlete Venue Date Note
1 83.47 m  Koji Murofushi (JPN) Toyota, Japan 2001-07-14 PB
2 83.39 m  Adrián Annus (HUN) Zalaegerszeg, Hungary 2001-06-09 PB
3 83.38 m  Szymon Ziółkowski (POL) Edmonton, Canada 2001-08-05 NR
4 82.76 m  Igor Astapkovich (BLR) Stayki, Belarus 2001-07-13
5 82.34 m  Andriy Skvaruk (UKR) Kiev, Ukraine 2001-07-02 PB
6 81.76 m  Tibor Gécsek (HUN) Szombathely, Hungary 2001-05-17
7 81.36 m  Balázs Kiss (HUN) Cottbus, Germany 2001-07-18
8 81.26 m  Vadim Khersontsev (RUS) Bryansk, Russia 2001-07-03 PB
9 80.99 m  David Chaussinand (FRA) Rüdlingen, Switzerland 2001-08-19 PB
10 80.88 m  Nicolas Figère (FRA) Amsterdam, Netherlands 2001-07-15 PB
11 80.80 m  Aleksey Zagornyi (RUS) Bryansk, Russia 2001-07-03 PB
12 80.54 m  Olli-Pekka Karjalainen (FIN) Amsterdam, Netherlands 2001-07-15
13 80.50 m  Nicola Vizzoni (ITA) Formia, Italy 2001-07-14 PB
14 80.38 m  Oleksandr Krykun (UKR) Kiev, Ukraine 2001-07-02 PB
15 80.27 m  Ilya Konovalov (RUS) Edmonton, Canada 2001-08-05
16 80.09 m  Vladimír Maška (CZE) Turnov, Czech Republic 2001-05-12
17 80.07 m  Sergey Kirmasov (RUS) Tula, Russia 2001-07-14
18 80.03 m  Vasiliy Sidorenko (RUS) Tula, Russia 2001-07-14
19 79.60 m  Vladyslav Piskunov (UKR) Koncha-Zaspa, Ukraine 2001-04-28
20 79.52 m  Alexandros Papadimitriou (GRE) Tripoli, Libya 2001-04-28
21 79.40 m  Chris Harmse (RSA) Pretoria, South Africa 2001-11-03 PB
22 79.29 m  Maciej Pałyszko (POL) Formia, Italy 2001-07-14
23 79.18 m  Pavel Sedláček (CZE) Prague, Czech Republic 2001-06-18
24 79.15 m  Karsten Kobs (GER) Dortmund, Germany 2001-06-08
25 78.99 m  Stuart Rendell (AUS) Calgary, Canada 2001-07-30 PB


Women[edit]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2001 season in track and field
World Record  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 76.07 m August 29, 1999 Switzerland Rüdlingen, Switzerland


2001 World Year Ranking[edit]

Rank Mark Athlete Venue Date Note
1 73.62 m  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) Adler, Russia 2001-02-24
2 71.71 m  Kamila Skolimowska (POL) Melbourne, Australia 2001-09-09 PB
3 70.79 m  Katalin Divós (HUN) Doha, Qatar 2001-05-18 NR
4 70.65 m  Yipsi Moreno (CUB) Edmonton, Canada 2001-08-07 PB
5 70.62 m  Dawn Ellerbe (USA) Philadelphia, United States 2001-04-28 PB
6 70.28 m  Manuela Montebrun (FRA) Seville, Spain 2001-06-08
7 70.19 m  Bronwyn Eagles (AUS) Calgary, Canada 2001-07-30 PB
8 69.63 m  Mia Strömmer (FIN) Potchefstroom, South Africa 2001-03-24 NR
9 68.94 m  Olga Tsander (BLR) Seville, Spain 2001-06-08
10 68.50 m  Martina Hrasnová (SVK) Kladno, Czech Republic 2001-06-16 PB
68.50 m  Ester Balassini (ITA) Ancona, Italy 2001-07-15 PB
12 68.15 m  Lorraine Shaw (GBR) Nice, France 2001-03-17 PB
13 68.09 m  Kirsten Klose (GER) Bremen, Germany 2001-06-24
14 68.07 m  Susanne Keil (GER) Baunatal, Germany 2001-06-23 PB
15 67.98 m  Agnieszka Pogroszewska (POL) Poznan, Poland 2001-06-08 PB
16 67.97 m  Lyudmila Gubkina (BLR) Beijing, PR China 2001-08-30
17 67.46 m  Lisa Misipeka (ASA) Rüdlingen, Switzerland 2001-08-18
18 67.00 m  Iryna Sekachova (UKR) Yalta, Ukraine 2001-02-11
19 66.97 m  Gu Yuan (CHN) Guangzhou, PR China 2001-11-22 PB
20 66.88 m  Anna Mahon (USA) Knoxville, United States 2001-04-13 PB
21 66.85 m  Florence Ezeh (FRA) Eugene, United States 2001-06-02 PB
22 66.58 m  Marina Grin (BLR) Minsk, Belarus 2001-06-30 PB
23 66.49 m  Ivana Brkljačić (CRO) Zagreb, Croatia 2001-07-02
24 66.40 m  Nataliya Kunytska (UKR) Kiev, Ukraine 2001-05-17 PB
25 66.31 m  Sini Pöyry (FIN) Uppsala, Finland 2001-06-12 PB


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