2001 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres

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The men's 60 metres event at the 2001 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on March 11.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Tim Harden
 United States
Tim Montgomery
 United States
Mark Lewis-Francis
 Great Britain

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 2 of each heat (Q) and next 8 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6.59 Q
2 3 Tim Montgomery  United States 6.60 Q
3 8 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.61 Q, PB
4 6 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 6.62 Q
4 8 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.62 Q
6 3 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.63 Q
7 1 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.65 Q
7 5 Venancio José  Spain 6.65 Q
7 5 Jérôme Éyana  France 6.65 Q, PB
10 6 Stéphane Cali  France 6.66 Q
11 6 Nobuharu Asahara  Japan 6.66 q
12 4 Tim Harden  United States 6.67 Q
13 8 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.69 q
14 4 Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 6.70 Q
14 4 Erik Wijmeersch  Belgium 6.70 q, PB
14 6 Gennadiy Chernovol  Kazakhstan 6.70 q
17 2 Marcin Krzywański  Poland 6.71 Q
17 5 Luca Verdecchia  Italy 6.71 q
19 7 Patrick Johnson  Australia 6.72 Q
20 7 Urban Acman  Slovenia 6.73 Q
21 7 Nathan Bongelo  Belgium 6.74 q
22 7 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 6.74 q
23 3 Peter Frederick  Trinidad and Tobago 6.75 q
24 2 Christian Malcolm  Great Britain 6.77
24 3 Ibrahim Meité  Ivory Coast 6.77
24 4 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 6.77
27 3 Dmitri Vasilyev  Russia 6.78
28 4 Chiang Wai Hung  Hong Kong 6.81
29 1 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 6.82 Q
29 2 Rolando Blanco  Guatemala 6.82 PB
29 5 Carlos Santos  Puerto Rico 6.82
32 1 Konstantin Rurak  Ukraine 6.83
33 2 Slaven Krajačić  Croatia 6.86
34 6 Rashid Chouhal  Malta 6.87 SB
35 1 Peter Pulu  Papua New Guinea 6.89
35 6 Ahmad Nasr Ahmad  Egypt 6.89
37 3 Sayon Cooper  Liberia 6.91
38 7 Watson Nyambek  Malaysia 6.94
39 2 Erol Mutlusoy  Turkey 6.95
39 5 Idrissa Sanou  Burkina Faso 6.95
41 4 Eric Nkansah  Ghana 6.97
42 1 Vahagn Javachyan  Armenia 6.99
43 5 Gian Nicola Berardi  San Marino 7.00
43 7 Patrick Mocci Raoumbé  Gabon 7.00
43 7 Arben Maka  Albania 7.00
46 1 Diego Ferreira  Paraguay 7.04
47 8 Joseph Colville  Costa Rica 7.05
48 6 Reuben Apuri  Solomon Islands 7.09
48 8 Ram Krishna Chaudhari    Nepal 7.09
50 2 Youssef El Haress  Lebanon 7.10 NR
51 8 Francesco Scuderi  Italy 7.13
52 1 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 7.18
53 7 Watson dos Anjos  São Tomé and Príncipe 7.23
54 4 Somephavanh Soukalune  Laos 7.29 NR
55 1 Timothy Brooks  Anguilla 7.34
56 5 Dylan Menzies  Norfolk Island 7.38
57 2 Jean-Marie Vianney Mouanda  Republic of the Congo 7.43
58 8 Fagamanu Sofai  Samoa 7.67
3 Moussa Camara  Guinea DNS
5 Leonard Myles-Mills  Ghana DNS
6 Denis Daniel Gutierrez  Nicaragua DNS
8 Sherwin James  Dominica DNS

Semifinals[edit]

First 2 of each semifinal (Q) and next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Tim Harden  United States 6.52 Q, SB
2 1 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 6.55 Q, SB
3 1 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.56 Q, PB
4 2 Tim Montgomery  United States 6.57 Q
5 1 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.59 q
5 3 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.59 Q
7 1 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.60 q, SB
8 2 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.60 Q
9 3 Venancio José  Spain 6.61
10 3 Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6.63
11 2 Jérôme Éyana  France 6.64 PB
12 3 Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 6.67
13 3 Stéphane Cali  France 6.68
14 2 Gennadiy Chernovol  Kazakhstan 6.69
15 2 Patrick Johnson  Australia 6.69
16 1 Urban Acman  Slovenia 6.70
17 2 Nobuharu Asahara  Japan 6.72
17 3 Peter Frederick  Trinidad and Tobago 6.72
19 2 Marcin Krzywański  Poland 6.73
20 1 Luca Verdecchia  Italy 6.74
21 3 Erik Wijmeersch  Belgium 6.78
22 1 Nathan Bongelo  Belgium 6.84
23 1 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 6.85
24 2 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 6.89

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Tim Harden  United States 6.44 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tim Montgomery  United States 6.46 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 6.51 WJR
4 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 6.55 SB
5 Matthew Shirvington  Australia 6.55 SB
6 Tim Göbel  Germany 6.59
7 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 6.60
Deji Aliu  Nigeria DQ

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