2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's 60 metres hurdles

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Events at the
2008 IAAF World Indoor
Championships

Athletics pictogram.svg
Track events
60 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

Medalists[edit]

Gold
Med 1.png Liu Xiang  China
Silver
Med 2.png Allen Johnson  United States
Bronze
Med 3.png Staņislavs Olijars  Latvia
Med 3.png Evgeniy Borisov  Russia

Heats[edit]

Heat Lane Name Country Mark Q React
1 5 Jackson Quiñónez  Spain 7.58 Q 0.168
1 6 Thomas Blaschek  Germany 7.61 Q 0.126
1 4 Adrien Deghelt  Belgium 7.73 PB Q 0.130
1 3 Damjan Zlatnar  Slovenia 7.76 Q 0.127
1 7 Anselmo da Silva  Brazil 7.80 PB q 0.123
1 2 Dominik Bochenek  Poland 7.83 q 0.123
2 3 Staņislavs Olijars  Latvia 7.72 Q 0.181
2 4 Liu Xiang  China 7.73 SB Q 0.105
2 6 Maksim Lynsha  Belarus 7.80 Q 0.259
2 8 Samuel Coco-Viloin  France 7.85 Q 0.154
2 2 Decosma Wright  Jamaica 7.85 0.269
2 7 Shamar Sands  Bahamas 7.97 SB 0.227
2 5 Dayron Robles  Cuba 8.53 0.174
3 4 Petr Svoboda  Czech Republic 7.71 Q 0.163
3 8 Robert Kronberg  Sweden 7.73 Q 0.160
3 7 Yoel Hernández  Cuba 7.74 Q 0.251
3 5 Evgeniy Borisov  Russia 7.79 Q 0.247
3 3 Éder Antonio Souza  Brazil 7.89 0.194
3 2 Yuji Ohashi  Japan 8.01 PB 0.162
3 6 Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian  Malaysia 8.26 0.246
4 4 Allan Scott  United Kingdom 7.64 Q 0.149
4 6 Allen Johnson  United States 7.67 Q 0.171
4 3 Paulo Villar  Colombia 7.68 Q 0.152
4 5 Shi Dongpeng  China 7.72 SB Q 0.150
4 7 Masato Naito  Japan 7.75 NR q 0.140
4 2 Stanislav Sajdok  Czech Republic 7.81 q 0.243
5 3 David Oliver  United States 7.59 Q 0.225
5 7 Maurice Wignall  Jamaica 7.61 SB Q 0.173
5 6 Willi Mathiszik  Germany 7.70 Q 0.146
5 5 Alexandru Mihailescu  Romania 7.88 Q 0.183
5 4 Igor Peremota  Russia 7.93 0.143
5 8 Rene Oruman  Estonia 8.00 0.165
5 2 Toriki Urarii  Tahiti 8.52 PB 0.297

Semifinals[edit]

Heat Lane Name Country Mark Q React
1 5 Allan Scott  United Kingdom 7.57 Q 0.159
1 3 Allen Johnson  United States 7.64 Q 0.241
1 8 Shi Dongpeng  China 7.65 SB 0.147
1 4 Robert Kronberg  Sweden 7.75 0.172
1 6 Petr Svoboda  Czech Republic 7.81 0.149
1 2 Masato Naito  Japan 7.85 0.237
1 1 Anselmo da Silva  Brazil 7.94 0.225
1 7 Maksim Lynsha  Belarus 8.03 0.238
2 6 Thomas Blaschek  Germany 7.59 Q 0.120
2 8 Evgeniy Borisov  Russia 7.61 Q 0.142
2 5 Jackson Quiñónez  Spain 7.63 q 0.229
2 7 Adrien Deghelt  Belgium 7.69 PB 0.140
2 3 Maurice Wignall  Jamaica 7.70 0.259
2 4 Paulo Villar  Colombia 7.81 0.259
2 2 Samuel Coco-Viloin  France 7.93 0.242
2 1 Dominik Bochenek  Poland 7.97 0.268
3 5 Liu Xiang  China 7.57 SB Q 0.177
3 6 Staņislavs Olijars  Latvia 7.60 SB Q 0.152
3 7 Yoel Hernández  Cuba 7.63 q 0.176
3 4 David Oliver  United States 7.65 0.275
3 3 Willi Mathiszik  Germany 7.76 0.232
3 8 Damjan Zlatnar  Slovenia 7.77 0.129
3 1 Stanislav Sajdok  Czech Republic 7.85 0.214
3 2 Alexandru Mihailescu  Romania 7.96 0.249

Final[edit]

Heat Lane Name Country Mark React
Gold medal icon.svg 6 Liu Xiang  China 7.46 SB 0.217
Silver medal icon.svg 8 Allen Johnson  United States 7.55 0.176
Bronze medal icon.svg 3 Staņislavs Olijars  Latvia 7.60 SB 0.136
Bronze medal icon.svg 7 Evgeniy Borisov  Russia 7.60 0.232
5 5 Thomas Blaschek  Germany 7.64 0.198
6 4 Allan Scott  United Kingdom 7.65 0.148
7 1 Jackson Quiñónez  Spain 7.66 0.217
8 2 Yoel Hernández  Cuba 7.91 0.249