2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Men's 100 metres

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The men's 100 metres at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held at the Moncton 2010 Stadium on 20 & 21 July.[1][2][3]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Dexter Lee
 Jamaica
Charles Silmon
 United States
Jimmy Vicaut
 France

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing world junior and championship records were as follows.

World Junior Record  Darrel Brown (TRI) 10.01 Paris, France 24 August 2003
 Jeff Demps (USA) Eugene, United States 28 June 2008
Championship Record  Darrel Brown (TRI) 10.09 Kingston, Jamaica 17 July 2002
World Junior Leading  Jimmy Vicaut (FRA) 10.16 Mannheim, Germany 3 July 2010
 Dexter Lee (JAM) Barcelona, Spain 9 July 2010

No new records were established during the competition.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

21 July
Wind: -0.7m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Dexter Lee  Jamaica 10.21
2nd, silver medalist(s) Charles Silmon  United States 10.23 Personal Best
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.28
4 Michael Granger  United States 10.32
5 Aaron Brown  Canada 10.48 Seasonal Best
6 Jason Rogers  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.49
7 Julien Watrin  Belgium 10.56
8 Patrick Fakiye  Australia 10.62

Key: PB = Personal best, SB = Seasonal best

Semifinals[edit]

21 July

Qual. rule: first 2 of each heat (Q) plus the 2 fastest times (q) qualified.

Semifinal 1[edit]

Wind: +2.6m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Michael Granger  United States 10.51 w Q
2 Jason Rogers  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.56 w Q
3 Julien Watrin  Belgium 10.62 w q
4 Patrick Fakiye  Australia 10.71 w q
5 Takumi Kuki  Japan 10.71 w
6 Gideon Trotter  South Africa 10.76 w
7 Shermund Allsop  Trinidad and Tobago 10.86 w
8 Caio Cézar dos Santos  Brazil DQ IAAF rule 162.7

Semifinal 2[edit]

Wind: +2.2m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.38 w Q
2 Charles Silmon  United States 10.48 w Q
3 Waide Jooste  South Africa 10.72 w
4 Deji Tobais  United Kingdom 10.73 w
5 Dario Horvat  Croatia 10.75 w
6 Ryo Onabuta  Japan 10.77 w
7 Bernardo Brady  Jamaica 10.78 w
8 Grzegorz Zimniewicz  Poland DQ IAAF rule 162.7

Semifinal 3[edit]

Wind: +0.9m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Aaron Brown  Canada 10.62 Q
2 Dexter Lee  Jamaica 10.66 Q
3 Warren Fraser  Bahamas 10.72
4 Ayobami Oyebiyi  Nigeria 10.81
5 Hassan Taftian  Iran 10.89
6 Delmas Obou  Italy 10.89
7 Sabian Cox  Trinidad and Tobago 11.00
8 Kukyoung Kim  South Korea 11.05

Heats[edit]

20 July

Heat 1[edit]

Wind: +2.2m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Julien Watrin  Belgium 10.31 w Q
2 Aaron Brown  Canada 10.37 w Q
3 Grzegorz Zimniewicz  Poland 10.37 w q
4 Takumi Kuki  Japan 10.46 w q
5 Patrick Fakiye  Australia 10.50 w q
6 Chavez Ageday  Guyana 10.87 w
7 Ao Chan Hong  Macau 11.27 w
8 Rodman Teltul  Palau 11.47 w

Heat 2[edit]

Wind: +1.3m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Dexter Lee  Jamaica 10.38 Q
2 Shermund Allsop  Trinidad and Tobago 10.64 Q
3 Delano Williams  Turks and Caicos Islands 10.75
4 Patrick Kuhn  Germany 10.77
5 Lawrence Ho Man Lok  Hong Kong 10.78
6 Taron Kachatryan  Armenia 11.09
7 Anousone Sayasenh  Laos 11.86

Heat 3[edit]

Wind: +0.8m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Henry Tobais  United Kingdom 10.49 Q
2 Delmas Obou  Italy 10.65 Q
3 Geno Jones  Bahamas 10.66
4 Jirapong Meenapra  Thailand 10.70
5 Alberto Gavaldá  Spain 10.75
6 Mathew Sukulu  Solomon Islands 11.50
7 Fodé Braima  Guinea-Bissau 11.81

Heat 4[edit]

Wind: +0.4m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Warren Fraser  Bahamas 10.46 Q
2 Kim Kuk-Young  South Korea 10.48 Q
3 Ayobani Oyebiyi  Nigeria 10.54 q
4 Ryo Onabuta  Japan 10.61 q
5 Vincent Michalet  France 10.96
6 Kicio Welsh  Anguilla 11.67
7 Correy Abraham  F.S. Micronesia 11.95

Heat 5[edit]

Wind: +1.0m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Charles Silmon  United States 10.33 Q
2 Dario Horvat  Croatia 10.51 Q
3 Bernard Brady  Jamaica 10.52 q
4 Hassan Taftian  Iran 10.60 q
5 Florian Hübner  Germany 10.70
6 Andrew Cavilla  Gibraltar 12.03
7 Jamodre Lalita  Marshall Islands 12.46

Heat 6[edit]

Wind: +0.2m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Michael Granger  United States 10.47 Q
2 Waide Jooste  South Africa 10.60 Q
3 Dániel Karlik  Hungary 10.66
4 Franklin Buruni  Indonesia 10.66
5 Martin Ricar  Czech Republic 10.89
6 Tsepo Qhotsokoane  Lesotho 10.93
7 Dédé Manganda  Gabon 11.89

Heat 7[edit]

Wind: +1.3m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Gideon Trotter  South Africa 10.52 Q
2 Sabian Cox  Trinidad and Tobago 10.67 Q
3 Artur Szczesniak  Poland 10.70
4 Emmanuel Mtimbe-Titi  Cameroon 10.73
5 Yigitcan Hekimoglu  Turkey 10.82
6 Lester Ryan  Montserrat 10.84
7 Weerawat Pharueang  Thailand 10.87

Heat 8[edit]

Wind: +1.3m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jimmy Vicaut  France 10.53 Q
2 Jason Rogers  Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.54 Q
3 Caio Cézar dos Santos  Brazil 10.62 q
4 Édgar Hernández  Puerto Rico 10.70
5 Adrián Pérez  Spain 10.81
6 Matteo Mosconi  San Marino 12.24
7 Bukitaua Tiire Tebau  Kiribati 12.43

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 57 athletes from 46 countries participated in the event.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Parker Morse (20 July 2010). "Men's 100m Final". IAAF. Retrieved 21 July 2010.
  2. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas, WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WJC - 2010 Moncton CAN Jul 19-25, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 9 March 2014, retrieved 13 June 2015
  3. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - Eugene 2014 - FACTS & FIGURES (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 13 June 2015

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