2007 World Championships in Athletics – Women's high jump

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The women's high jump event at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics took place on August 31, 2007 (qualification) and 2 September 2007 (final) at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan.

Medallists[edit]

Victory ceremony
Gold  Blanka Vlašić (CRO)
Silver  Antonietta Di Martino (ITA)
Silver  Anna Chicherova (RUS)

Records[edit]

World Record Bulgaria Stefka Kostadinova 2.09 m Rome, Italy 30 August 1987
Championship Record

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: 1.94 m (Q) or best 12 performances (q)[1]

Rank Group Name Nationality 1.80 1.84 1.88 1.91 1.94 Result Notes
1 A Kajsa Bergqvist  Sweden (SWE) o o o o 1.94 Q
1 A Vita Palamar  Ukraine (UKR) o o o 1.94 Q
1 A Yelena Slesarenko  Russia (RUS) o o o o 1.94 Q
1 A Blanka Vlašić  Croatia (CRO) o o o 1.94 Q
1 B Ruth Beitia  Spain (ESP) o o o o 1.94 Q
1 B Anna Chicherova  Russia (RUS) o o o o 1.94 Q
7 A Marina Aitova  Kazakhstan (KAZ) o o o xo o 1.94 Q
7 B Emma Green  Sweden (SWE) o xo o o 1.94 Q
9 A Amy Acuff  United States (USA) xo xo xo o 1.94 Q
10 A Miruna Mataoanu  Romania (ROM) o xo o xo 1.94 Q, PB
10 B Antonietta Di Martino  Italy (ITA) o o xo o xo 1.94 Q
10 B Yekaterina Savchenko  Russia (RUS) o o o xo xo 1.94 Q
13 A Tia Hellebaut  Belgium (BEL) o o xxo xo 1.94 Q
14 A Barbora Laláková  Czech Republic (CZE) o o o o xxo 1.94 Q
14 A Levern Spencer  Saint Lucia (LCA) o o o xxo 1.94 Q, NR
16 B Melanie Skotnik  France (FRA) o o o xxo xxo 1.94 Q
17 A Romana Dubnová  Czech Republic (CZE) o o xo xo xxx 1.91
18 B Iva Straková  Czech Republic (CZE) o o xxo xxo xxx 1.91
19 B Romary Rifka  Mexico (MEX) o o o xxx 1.88
20 A Dóra Győrffy  Hungary (HUN) o o xo xxx 1.88
20 B Anna Ustinova  Kazakhstan (KAZ) o o xo xxx 1.88
22 A Marta Mendía  Spain (ESP) xo o xo xxx 1.88
23 B Ebba Jungmark  Sweden (SWE) o xxo xo xxx 1.88
24 B Erin Aldrich  United States (USA) o o xxo xxx 1.88
25 A Inna Gliznuta  Moldova (MDA) xo o xxo xxx 1.88
25 B Adonia Steryiou  Greece (GRE) xo o xxo xxx 1.88
27 B Juana Arrendel  Dominican Republic (DOM) xo o xxx 1.84
28 A Miyuki Aoyama  Japan (JPN) o xo xxx 1.84
28 B Nicole Forrester  Canada (CAN) xo xxx 1.84
28 B Oana Pantelimon  Romania (ROM) o xo xxx 1.84

Final[edit]

[2]

Rank Name Nationality 1.85 1.90 1.94 1.97 2.00 2.03 2.05 2.10 Result Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Blanka Vlašić  Croatia (CRO) o o o o xo o xxo xxx 2.05
2nd, silver medalist(s) Anna Chicherova  Russia (RUS) o o o o xo xo xxx 2.03 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Antonietta Di Martino  Italy (ITA) xo o o o o xo xxx 2.03 =NR
4 Yelena Slesarenko  Russia (RUS) o o o o xo xxx 2.00
5 Yekaterina Savchenko  Russia (RUS) o o xo o xxo xxx 2.00 PB
6 Ruth Beitia  Spain (ESP) o o o xo xxx 1.97
7 Marina Aitova  Kazakhstan (KAZ) o o o xxx 1.94
7 Kajsa Bergqvist  Sweden (SWE) o o o xxx 1.94
7 Emma Green  Sweden (SWE) o o o xxx 1.94
7 Melanie Skotnik  France (FRA) o o o xxx 1.94
7 Vita Palamar  Ukraine (UKR) o o o xxx 1.94
12 Amy Acuff  United States (USA) o xo xxo xxx 1.94
13 Miruna Mataoanu  Romania (ROM) xo o xxx 1.90
14 Tia Hellebaut  Belgium (BEL) o xo xxx 1.90
15 Barbora Laláková  Czech Republic (CZE) o xxo xxx 1.90
15 Levern Spencer  Saint Lucia (LCA) o xxo xxx 1.90

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Qualification results" (PDF). Retrieved 14 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Final results" (PDF). Retrieved 14 October 2018.