2007 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 20 kilometres walk

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Events at the
2007 World Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
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 Women's 20 km Race Walk event at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics took place on August 31, 2007 in the streets of Osaka, Japan.


Medallists[edit]

Gold Russia Olga Kaniskina (RUS)
Silver Russia Tatyana Shemyakina (RUS)
Bronze Spain María Vasco (ESP)

Abbreviations[edit]

  • All times shown are in hours:minutes:seconds
DNS did not start
DSQ disqualified
NM no mark
WR world record
WL world leading
AR area record
NR national record
PB personal best
SB season best

Records[edit]

World record
Championship record
1:25:41 Olimpiada Ivanova Russia Helsinki, Finland 7 August 2005

Intermediates[edit]

Rank Number Athlete Time
5 KILOMETRES
1 101  Olga Kaniskina (RUS) 22:21
2 111  Tatyana Shemyakina (RUS) 22:41
3 112  Tatyana Sibileva (RUS) 23:00
4 116  María Vasco (ESP) 23:22
5 107  Song Hongjuan (CHN) 23:23
10 KILOMETRES
1 101  Olga Kaniskina (RUS) 44:33
2 111  Tatyana Shemyakina (RUS) 45:17
3 116  María Vasco (ESP) 45:53
4 112  Tatyana Sibileva (RUS) 45:58
5 105  Kjersti Plätzer (NOR) 46:23
15 KILOMETRES
1 101  Olga Kaniskina (RUS) 1:06:46
2 111  Tatyana Shemyakina (RUS) 1:07:42
3 116  María Vasco (ESP) 1:08:09
4 105  Kjersti Plätzer (NOR) 1:08:46
5 129  Susana Feitor (POR) 1:08:51

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Athlete Time Note
1st, gold medalist(s) Russia Olga Kaniskina (RUS) 1:30:09  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Russia Tatyana Shemyakina (RUS) 1:30:42  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Spain María Vasco (ESP) 1:30:47  
4 Norway Kjersti Plätzer (NOR) 1:31:24  
5 Portugal Susana Feitor (POR) 1:32:01  
6 Romania Claudia Stef (ROM) 1:32:47  
7 Portugal Inês Henriques (POR) 1:33:06  
8 Germany Sabine Zimmer (GER) 1:33:23  
9 Russia Tatyana Sibileva (RUS) 1:33:29  
10 Japan Mayumi Kawasaki (JPN) 1:33:35  
11 Portugal Vera Santos (POR) 1:34:28  
12 Spain María José Poves (ESP) 1:35:06  
13 Spain Beatriz Pascual (ESP) 1:35:13  
14 Germany Melanie Seeger (GER) 1:35:30  
15 China Song Hongjuan (CHN) 1:35:44  
16 Belarus Elena Ginko (BLR) 1:35:59  
17 Republic of Ireland Olive Loughnane (IRL) 1:36:00  
18 Slovakia Zuzana Malíková (SVK) 1:36:26  
19 China Liu Hong (CHN) 1:36:40  
20 Czech Republic Barbora Dibelková (CZE) 1:36:45  
21 Switzerland Marie Polli (SUI) 1:36:54  
22 Lithuania Sonata Milušauskaitė (LTU) 1:37:28  
23 Poland Sylwia Korzeniowska (POL) 1:37:38  
24 Slovakia Mária Gáliková (SVK) 1:38:54  
25 United Kingdom Johanna Jackson (GBR) 1:39:34  
26 South Korea Kim Mi-Jung (KOR) 1:41:33  
27 Japan Masumi Fuchise (JPN) 1:41:49  
28 Kazakhstan Svetlana Tolstaya (KAZ) 1:41:54  
29 Ecuador Yadira Guamán (ECU) 1:42:17  
30 Brazil Tania Regina Spindler (BRA) 1:43:56  
31 Colombia Sandra Zapata (COL) 1:44:42  
32 Turkey Yeliz Ay (TUR) 1:45:52  
33 Bolivia Geovana Irusta (BOL) 1:47:15 SB
DISQUALIFIED (DSQ)
Japan Ryoko Sakakura (JPN) DSQ  
Australia Jane Saville (AUS) DSQ  
United States Teresa Vaill (USA) DSQ  
Ecuador Miriam Ramón (ECU) DSQ  
DID NOT FINISH (DNF)
Russia Olimpiada Ivanova (RUS) DNF  
Italy Elisa Rigaudo (ITA) DNF  
Latvia Jolanta Dukure (LAT) DNF  
China Jiang Jing (CHN) DNF  
Greece Athanasia Tsoumeleka (GRE) DNF  

References[edit]