2001 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 400 metres

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These are the official results of the Women's 400 metres event at the 2001 IAAF World Championships in Edmonton, Canada.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Senegal Amy Mbacke Thiam
Senegal (SEN)
Silver Jamaica Lorraine Fenton
Jamaica (JAM)
Bronze Mexico Ana Guevara
Mexico (MEX)

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each semifinal (Q) and the next 6 fastest (q) advance to the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Grit Breuer  Germany 50.71 Q
2 4 Ana Guevara  Mexico 50.99 Q
2 6 Amy Mbacke Thiam  Senegal 50.99 Q
4 6 Mireille Nguimgo  Cameroon 51.09 Q, SB
5 4 Anastasiya Kapachinskaya  Russia 51.12 Q
5 5 Monique Hennagan  United States 51.12 Q, SB
7 1 Kaltouma Nadjina  Chad 51.24 Q
8 2 Michelle Collins  United States 51.26 Q
9 5 Karen Shinkins  Ireland 51.37 Q, SB
10 1 Demetria Washington  United States 51.50 Q
11 3 Olesya Zykina  Russia 51.56 Q
12 1 Sandie Richards  Jamaica 51.71 Q
13 4 Florence Ekpo-Umoh  Germany 51.77 Q
14 1 Natallia Solohub  Belarus 51.78 q
14 6 Heide Seyerling  South Africa 51.78 Q
16 3 Falilat Ogunkoya  Nigeria 51.79 Q
17 2 Lorraine Fenton  Jamaica 51.80 Q
18 4 Grażyna Prokopek  Poland 51.92 q, PB
19 5 Donna Fraser  Great Britain 52.02 q, SB
20 2 Claudia Marx  Germany 52.03 Q
21 4 K. Mathews Beenamol  India 52.17 q, SB
22 5 Aliann Pompey  Guyana 52.20 q
23 6 K.V.Damayanthi Dharsha  Sri Lanka 52.21 q
24 2 Otilia Ruicu  Romania 52.33
25 1 Anna Kozak  Belarus 52.35 Q
26 6 LaDonna Antoine  Canada 52.38
27 3 Catherine Murphy  Great Britain 52.40
28 3 Francine Landre  France 52.57
28 5 Jane Arnott  New Zealand 52.57 SB
30 5 Natalya Antyukh  Russia 52.71
31 2 Foy Williams  Canada 52.92
32 1 Zana Minina  Lithuania 52.98
33 3 Christine Amertil  Bahamas 53.07
34 6 Allison Beckford  Jamaica 53.08
35 6 Jitka Burianova  Czech Republic 53.29
36 4 Nova Peris  Australia 53.55
37 2 Mariado Carmo Tavares  Portugal 54.08
38 3 Julia Alba  Spain 54.73
39 4 Tsvetelina Kirilova  Bulgaria 54.82
40 1 Greta Taslakian  Lebanon 57.06 PB
41 3 Mereoni Raluve  Fiji 58.03
42 2 Gladys Mateyo  Zambia 59.30
1 Alena Petrova  Turkmenistan DQ
2 Verica Dimitrovska  Macedonia DQ
6 Klodiana Shala  Albania DQ
1 Sandrine Kangni  Togo DNS
4 Odonsuren Oyuntuya  Mongolia DNS

Semifinals[edit]

Qualification: First 2 in each semifinal (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Amy Mbacke Thiam  Senegal 50.21 Q, NR
2 1 Grit Breuer  Germany 50.32 Q
3 2 Kaltouma Nadjina  Chad 50.38 Q, NR
4 2 Falilat Ogunkoya  Nigeria 50.50 q, SB
5 3 Ana Guevara  Mexico 50.58 Q
6 1 Olesya Zykina  Russia 50.59 Q
7 3 Lorraine Fenton  Jamaica 50.61 Q, SB
8 1 Mireille Nguimgo  Cameroon 50.71 q, SB
9 2 Heide Seyerling  South Africa 50.87
10 2 Monique Hennagan  United States 50.98 SB
11 3 Michelle Collins  United States 51.22
12 1 Demetria Washington  United States 51.26 PB
13 2 Sandie Richards  Jamaica 51.40
14 3 Florence Ekpo-Umoh  Germany 51.47
15 1 Karen Shinkins  Ireland 51.66
16 3 Anastasiya Kapachinskaya  Russia 51.68
17 2 Claudia Marx  Germany 51.75
18 3 Donna Fraser  Great Britain 51.77 SB
19 1 K.V.Damayanthi Dharsha  Sri Lanka 51.83 SB
20 3 Aliann Pompey  Guyana 51.96 PB
21 3 Anna Kozak  Belarus 52.13
22 1 Grażyna Prokopek  Poland 52.28
23 2 K. Mathews Beenamol  India 52.68
2 Natallia Solohub  Belarus DQ

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Amy Mbacke Thiam  Senegal 49.86 NR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 7 Lorraine Fenton  Jamaica 49.88 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Ana Guevara  Mexico 49.97 SB
4 5 Grit Breuer  Germany 50.49
5 6 Kaltouma Nadjina  Chad 50.80
6 2 Olesya Zykina  Russia 50.93
7 1 Mireille Nguimgo  Cameroon 51.97
8 Falilat Ogunkoya  Nigeria DNF

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