2005 IAAF World Athletics Final

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The 3rd IAAF World Athletics Final was held at the Stade Louis II, in Monte Carlo, Monaco on September 9, and September 10, 2005.

The hammer throw event for men and women had to take place in Szombathely, Hungary on September 3 as the Monaco stadium was not large enough to hold the event.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Marc Burns
 Trinidad and Tobago
Aziz Zakari
 Ghana
Dwight Thomas
 Jamaica
200 m Tyson Gay
 United States
Christopher Williams
 Jamaica
Wallace Spearmon
 United States
400 m Tyree Washington
 United States
Timothy Benjamin
 Great Britain
Chris Brown
 Bahamas
800 m Wilfred Bungei
 Kenya
Yusuf Saad Kamel
 Bahrain
Yuriy Borzakovskiy
 Russia
1,500 m Ivan Heshko
 Ukraine
Bernard Lagat
 United States
Alex Kipchirchir
 Kenya
3000 m Bernard Lagat
 United States
Eliud Kipchoge
 Kenya
Augustine Kiprono Choge
 Kenya
5000 m Sileshi Sihine
 Ethiopia
Boniface Kiprop
 Uganda
Isaac Kiprono Songok
 Kenya
110 m hurdles Allen Johnson
 United States
Dominique Arnold
 United States
Terrence Trammell
 United States
400 m hurdles Bershawn Jackson
 United States
Kemel Thompson
 Jamaica
L.J. van Zyl
 South Africa
3000 m s'chase Paul Kipsiele Koech
 Kenya
Ezekiel Kemboi
 Kenya
Brimin Kipruto
 Kenya
Long jump Dwight Phillips
 United States
Miguel Pate
 United States
James Beckford
 Jamaica
Triple jump Yoandri Betanzos
 Cuba
Jádel Gregório
 Brazil
Walter Davis
 United States
High jump Víctor Moya
 Cuba
Vyacheslav Voronin
 Russia
Yaroslav Rybakov
 Russia
Stefan Holm
 Sweden
Pole vault Brad Walker
 United States
Tim Lobinger
 Germany
Igor Pavlov
 Russia
Giuseppe Gibilisco
 Italy
Shot put Adam Nelson
 United States
Joachim Olsen
 Denmark
Reese Hoffa
 United States
Discus throw Virgilijus Alekna
 Lithuania
Gerd Kanter
 Estonia
Zoltán Kővágó
 Hungary
Javelin throw Tero Pitkämäki
 Finland
Andreas Thorkildsen
 Norway
Sergey Makarov
 Russia
Hammer throw[1] Olli-Pekka Karjalainen
 Finland
Vadim Devyatovskiy
 Belarus
Krisztián Pars
 Hungary

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Veronica Campbell
 Jamaica
Christine Arron
 France
Lauryn Williams
 United States
200 m Allyson Felix
 United States
Veronica Campbell
 Jamaica
Christine Arron
 France
400 m Sanya Richards
 United States
Tonique Williams-Darling
 Bahamas
DeeDee Trotter
 United States
800 m Zulia Calatayud
 Cuba
Hasna Benhassi
 Morocco
Mayte Martínez
 Spain
1500 m Maryam Yusuf Jamal
 Bahrain
Tatyana Tomashova
 Russia
Natalya Yevdokimova
 Russia
3000 m Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
Gelete Burika
 Ethiopia
Zakia Mrisho Mohamed
 Tanzania
5000 m Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
Tirunesh Dibaba
 Ethiopia
Berhane Adere
 Ethiopia
100 m hurdles Michelle Perry
 United States
Brigitte Foster-Hylton
 Jamaica
Delloreen Ennis-London
 Jamaica
400 m hurdles Lashinda Demus
 United States
Yuliya Pechonkina
 Russia
Sandra Glover
 United States
3000 m s'chase Docus Inzikuru
 Uganda
Wioletta Janowska
 Poland
Mardrea Hyman
 Jamaica
Long jump[2] Anju Bobby George
 India
Grace Upshaw
 United States
Eunice Barber
 France
6.51 m
Triple jump Hrysopiyi Devetzi
 Greece
Tatyana Lebedeva
 Russia
Yargelis Savigne
 Cuba
High jump Kajsa Bergqvist
 Sweden
Iryna Mykhalchenko
 Ukraine
Vita Palamar
 Ukraine
Pole vault Yelena Isinbayeva
 Russia
Monika Pyrek
 Poland
Tatyana Polnova
 Russia
Shot put[3] Valerie Vili
 New Zealand
Natallia Kharaneka
 Belarus
Olga Ryabinkina
 Russia
Discus throw Natalya Sadova
 Russia
Franka Dietzsch
 Germany
Aretha Thurmond
 United States
Javelin throw Osleidys Menéndez
 Cuba
Steffi Nerius
 Germany
Sonia Bisset
 Cuba
Hammer throw Yipsi Moreno
 Cuba
Kamila Skolimowska
 Poland
Olga Kuzenkova
 Russia

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ivan Tikhon had originally won the competition but was later disqualified for doping."Revision of results following sanctions of Tsikhan and Ostapchuk". IAAF. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 4 April 2014.
  2. ^ Tatyana Kotova had originally won the competition but was later disqualified for doping. 2005 World Athletics: Kotova disqualified, Anju's silver turns into gold
  3. ^ Nadzeya Astapchuk had originally won the competition but was later disqualified for doping."Revision of results following sanctions of Tsikhan and Ostapchuk". IAAF. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 4 April 2014.

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