2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Women's 60 metres

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Events at the
2003 IAAF World Indoor
Championships

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Track events
60 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m men women
60 m hurdles men women
4×400 m relay men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Combined events
Pentathlon women
Heptathlon men

The Women's 60 metres event at the 2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on March 14.

Zhanna Block originally won final and was given the gold medal, but in 2011 she was handed a doping sanction in connection with the BALCO scandal, and all her results from 30 November 2002 and onwards were annulled.[1] Angela Williams was instead promoted to 2003 World champion.[2]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Angela Williams
 United States
Torri Edwards
 United States
Merlene Ottey
 Slovenia

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 4 of each heat (Q) and next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
DQ 5 Zhanna Block  Ukraine 7.16 Q, Doping
1 2 Angela Williams  United States 7.19 Q
2 1 Merlene Ottey  Slovenia 7.21 Q
3 3 Torri Edwards  United States 7.21 Q
3 5 Sylviane Félix  France 7.21 Q, SB
5 2 Marina Kislova  Russia 7.24 Q
6 1 Karin Mayr-Krifka  Austria 7.25 Q
6 5 Johanna Manninen  Finland 7.25 Q
8 1 Agné Eggerth  Lithuania 7.26 Q
8 2 Virgen Benavides  Cuba 7.26 Q
8 3 Chandra Sturrup  Bahamas 7.26 Q
11 1 Natasha Mayers  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 7.27 Q
12 3 Iryna Kozhemyakina  Ukraine 7.29 Q
13 3 Mariya Bolikova  Russia 7.30 Q
13 5 Liliana Allen  Mexico 7.30 Q
15 4 Joice Maduaka  Great Britain 7.32 Q
16 2 Bettina Müller-Weissina  Austria 7.34 Q
16 4 Petya Pendareva  Bulgaria 7.34 Q
16 4 Philomena Mensah  Canada 7.34 Q
16 4 Savatheda Fynes  Bahamas 7.34 Q
20 2 Heather Samuel  Antigua and Barbuda 7.36 q, PB
21 1 Mercy Nku  Nigeria 7.39 q
21 5 Makaridja Sanganoko  Ivory Coast 7.39 q, PB
23 1 Erica Marchetti  Italy 7.41 q
23 5 Qin Wangping  China 7.41
25 3 Yeoryia Kokloni  Greece 7.42
26 3 Kadiatou Camara  Mali 7.42
27 4 Fana Ashby  Trinidad and Tobago 7.43
28 5 Susan Deacon  Great Britain 7.45
29 2 Radmila Vukmirović  Slovenia 7.49
30 4 Lyubov Perepelova  Uzbekistan 7.66
31 1 Silvienne Krosendijk  Aruba 8.32
3 Patricia Riesco  Peru DNS
4 Melocia Clarke  Jamaica DNS

Semifinals[edit]

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

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
DQ 2 Zhanna Block  Ukraine 7.08 Q, WL, Doping
1 1 Merlene Ottey  Slovenia 7.17 Q, =NR
2 3 Karin Mayr-Krifka  Austria 7.18 Q
3 3 Savatheda Fynes  Bahamas 7.19 Q
4 3 Angela Williams  United States 7.19 q
5 3 Joice Maduaka  Great Britain 7.19 q, PB
6 1 Torri Edwards  United States 7.20 Q, PB
6 2 Marina Kislova  Russia 7.20 Q
8 1 Natasha Mayers  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 7.23
9 1 Chandra Sturrup  Bahamas 7.24
9 2 Sylviane Félix  France 7.24
11 2 Liliana Allen  Mexico 7.25
12 3 Johanna Manninen  Finland 7.26
13 2 Virgen Benavides  Cuba 7.28
14 1 Heather Samuel  Antigua and Barbuda 7.30 NR
15 2 Agné Eggerth  Lithuania 7.31
16 3 Iryna Kozhemyakina  Ukraine 7.32
17 3 Mariya Bolikova  Russia 7.36
18 1 Mercy Nku  Nigeria 7.37
19 1 Philomena Mensah  Canada 7.39
20 2 Bettina Müller-Weissina  Austria 7.40
21 2 Erica Marchetti  Italy 7.41
22 1 Petya Pendareva  Bulgaria 7.46
22 3 Makaridja Sanganoko  Ivory Coast 7.46

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time React Notes
DQ 3 Zhanna Block  Ukraine 7.04 0.148 WL, NR, Doping
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Angela Williams  United States 7.16 0.198 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) 7 Torri Edwards  United States 7.17 0.146 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Merlene Ottey  Slovenia 7.20 0.148
4 6 Karin Mayr-Krifka  Austria 7.23 0.141
5 8 Marina Kislova  Russia 7.26 0.123
6 1 Joice Maduaka  Great Britain 7.34 0.193
4 Savatheda Fynes  Bahamas DNS

References[edit]