2005 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 100 metres

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Events at the
2005 World Championships
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Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men women
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
20 km walk men women
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

The men's 100 metres at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium on August 6 and August 7.

The top three runners in each of the initial 8 heats automatically qualified for the second round. The next ten fastest runners from across the heats also qualified. Those 32 runners competed in 4 heats in the second round, with the top three runners from each heat and the single next fastest runner qualifying for the semifinals. There were two semifinal heats, and only the top four from each heat advanced to the final.

Medals[edit]

Gold: Silver: Bronze:
United States Justin Gatlin, United States Jamaica Michael Frater, Jamaica Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis

Results[edit]

All times shown are in seconds.
Q denotes qualification by place.
q denotes qualification by time.
DNS denotes did not start.
DNF denotes did not finish.
AR denotes area record
NR denotes national record.
PB denotes personal best.
SB denotes season's best.

Round 1[edit]

August 6

Round 1, Heat 1[edit]

  1. Portugal Francis Obikwelu, Portugal 10.17 s Q
  2. United States Shawn Crawford, United States 10.23 s Q
  3. Italy Simone Collio, Italy 10.27 s Q
  4. Canada Nicolas Macrozonaris, Canada 10.40 s q (SB)
  5. Guam Philam Garcia, Guam 10.79 s
  6. The Bahamas Derrick Atkins, Bahamas 11.57 s
  7. Cook Islands Harmon Harmon, Cook Islands 11.84 s (SB)
  8. Kiribati Mariuti Uan, Kiribati 11.92 (PB)

Round 1, Heat 2[edit]

  1. France Ronald Pognon, France 10.15 s Q
  2. Jamaica Ainsley Waugh, Jamaica 10.16 s Q (PB)
  3. Nigeria Olusoji Fasuba, Nigeria 10.19 s Q
  4. Netherlands Guus Hoogmoed, Netherlands 10.31 s q
  5. Poland Łukasz Chyła, Poland 10.39 s q
  6. Singapore Shameer Ayub, Singapore 10.82 s (SB)
  7. Macau Chi Kun Au, Macau 11.11 s

Round 1, Heat 3[edit]

  1. Jamaica Dwight Thomas, Jamaica 10.15 s Q
  2. Australia Patrick Johnson, Australia 10.20 s Q (SB)
  3. Trinidad and Tobago Darrel Brown, Trinidad and Tobago 10.25 s Q
  4. Slovenia Matic Osovnikar, Slovenia 10.40 s q
  5. Finland Markus Pöyhönen, Finland 10.49 s
  6. Benin Souhalia Alamou, Benin 10.90 s (SB)
  7. Papua New Guinea Wally Kirika, Papua New Guinea 11.01 s

Round 1, Heat 4[edit]

  1. United States Justin Gatlin, United States 10.16 s Q
  2. Australia Joshua Ross, Australia 10.28 s Q
  3. Japan Nobuharu Asahara, Japan 10.40 s Q
  4. United Kingdom Mark Lewis-Francis, Great Britain 10.40 s q
  5. South Africa Leigh Julius, South Africa 10.51 s
  6. Northern Mariana Islands Darrel Roligat, Northern Mariana Islands 11.49 s
  7. Cambodia Daraphirit Sam, Cambodia 11.85 s

Round 1, Heat 5[edit]

  1. United States Leonard Scott, United States 10.12 s Q
  2. Nigeria Uchenna Emedolu, Nigeria 10.17 s Q
  3. Trinidad and Tobago Jacey Harper, Trinidad and Tobago 10.31 s Q
  4. Barbados Obadele Thompson, Barbados 10.32 s q SB
  5. Canada Pierre Browne, Canada 10.50 s
  6. Nauru Deamo Baguga, Nauru 11.64 s (PB)
  7. Laos Phomma Kheuabmavong, Laos 11.83 s

Round 1, Heat 6[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Marlon Devonish, Great Britain 10.25 s Q
  2. Trinidad and Tobago Marc Burns, Trinidad and Tobago 10.42 s Q
  3. Netherlands Antilles Churandy Martina, Netherlands Antilles 10.46 s Q
  4. Botswana Tlhalosang Molapisi, Botswana 10.71 s
  5. São Tomé and Príncipe Yazaldes Nascimento, São Tomé and Príncipe 11.07 s (SB)
  6. Federated States of Micronesia John Howard, Federated States of Micronesia 11.24 s (SB)
  7. Maldives Ali Shareef, Maldives 11.44 s

Round 1, Heat 7[edit]

  1. Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.31 s Q
  2. Jamaica Michael Frater, Jamaica 10.32 s Q
  3. Burkina Faso Idrissa Sanou, Burkina Faso 10.43 s Q
  4. Saudi Arabia Salem Mubarak Al-Yami, Saudi Arabia 10.45 s q
  5. Dominican Republic Juan Sainfleur, Dominican Republic 10.47 s q
  6. Honduras Rolando Palacios, Honduras 10.73 s (NR)
  7. Gabon Wilfried Bingangoye Gabon 10.86 s (SB)
  8. Malta Darren Gilford, Malta 10.89 s

Round 1, Heat 8[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Jason Gardener, Great Britain 10.19 s Q SB
  2. Ghana Aziz Zakari, Ghana 10.30 s Q
  3. Nigeria Deji Aliu, Nigeria 10.36 s Q
  4. Antigua and Barbuda Daniel Bailey, Antigua and Barbuda 10.49 s
  5. Angola Fonseca Neto, Angola 11.01 s (PB)
  6. Equatorial Guinea Reginaldo Micha Ndong, Equatorial Guinea 11.57 s

Round 2[edit]

August 6

Round 2, Heat 1[edit]

  1. United States Justin Gatlin, United States 10.27 s Q
  2. Jamaica Dwight Thomas, Jamaica 10.28 s Q
  3. Ghana Aziz Zakari, Ghana 10.41 s Q
  4. Australia Patrick Johnson, Australia 10.48 s
  5. United Kingdom Mark Lewis-Francis, Great Britain 10.53 s
  6. Japan Nobuharu Asahara, Japan 10.58 s
  7. Italy Simone Collio, Italy 10.60 s

Round 2, Heat 2[edit]

  1. United States Leonard Scott, United States 10.19 s Q
  2. Nigeria Olusoji Fasuba, Nigeria 10.24 s Q
  3. Trinidad and Tobago Marc Burns, Trinidad and Tobago 10.29 s Q
  4. Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.32 s q
  5. Jamaica Ainsley Waugh, Jamaica 10.39 s
  6. Netherlands Antilles Churandy Martina, Netherlands Antilles 10.48 s
  7. Netherlands Guus Hoogmoed, Netherlands 10.51 s
  8. Dominican Republic Juan Sainfleur, Dominican Republic 10.74 s

Round 2, Heat 3[edit]

  1. Portugal Francis Obikwelu, Portugal 10.19 s Q
  2. United States Shawn Crawford, United States 10.25 s Q
  3. United Kingdom Jason Gardener, Great Britain 10.31 s Q
  4. Australia Joshua Ross, Australia 10.31 s q
  5. Nigeria Deji Aliu, Nigeria 10.39 s
  6. Trinidad and Tobago Jacey Harper, Trinidad and Tobago 10.39 s
  7. Slovenia Matic Osovnikar, Slovenia 10.48 s
  8. Canada Nicolas Macrozonaris, Canada 10.48 s

Round 2, Heat 4[edit]

  1. Trinidad and Tobago Darrel Brown, Trinidad and Tobago 10.10 s Q
  2. France Ronald Pognon, France 10.11 s Q
  3. Jamaica Michael Frater, Jamaica 10.12 s Q
  4. Nigeria Uchenna Emedolu, Nigeria 10.16 s q
  5. United Kingdom Marlon Devonish, Great Britain 10.20 s q
  6. Barbados Obadele Thompson, Barbados 10.34 s
  7. Saudi Arabia Salem Mubarak Al-Yami, Saudi Arabia 10.48 s
  8. Burkina Faso Idrissa Sanou, Burkina Faso 10.80 s

Semifinals[edit]

August 7

Semifinal 1[edit]

  1. United States Leonard Scott, United States 10.08 s Q
  2. Jamaica Michael Frater, Jamaica 10.09 s Q
  3. Trinidad and Tobago Marc Burns, Trinidad and Tobago 10.12 s Q
  4. Portugal Francis Obikwelu, Portugal 10.13 s Q
  5. Nigeria Olusoji Fasuba, Nigeria 10.18 s
  6. United Kingdom Marlon Devonish, Great Britain 10.24 s
  7. Australia Joshua Ross, Australia 10.27 s
  8. United States Shawn Crawford, United States 10.28 s

Semifinal 2[edit]

  1. United States Justin Gatlin, United States 9.99 s Q
  2. Ghana Aziz Zakari, Ghana 10.00 s Q
  3. Jamaica Dwight Thomas, Jamaica 10.06 s Q
  4. Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.07 s Q
  5. United Kingdom Jason Gardener, Great Britain 10.08 s (SB)
  6. Nigeria Uchenna Emedolu, Nigeria 10.16 s
  7. Trinidad and Tobago Darrel Brown, Trinidad and Tobago 10.16 s
  8. France Ronald Pognon, France 10.17 s

Final[edit]

August 7[1]

  1. United States Justin Gatlin, United States 9.88 s (SB)
  2. Jamaica Michael Frater, Jamaica 10.05 s
  3. Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.05 s
  4. Portugal Francis Obikwelu, Portugal 10.07 s
  5. Jamaica Dwight Thomas, Jamaica 10.09 s
  6. United States Leonard Scott, United States 10.13 s
  7. Trinidad and Tobago Marc Burns, Trinidad and Tobago 10.14 s
  8. Ghana Aziz Zakari, Ghana 10.20 s

References[edit]

  1. ^ IAAF.org. "iaaf.org - World Championships in Athletics 2005 - Results 100 Metres M Final". Archived from the original on 2009-05-16. Retrieved 2009-05-10. 

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