2011 IPC Athletics World Championships – Men's 100 metres

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The men's 100 metres at the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships were held at the QEII Stadium from 22–26 January

Medalists[edit]

[1][2][3]

Class Gold Silver Bronze
T11 Lucas Prado
 Brazil
Andrey Koptev
 Russia
Daniel Silva
 Brazil
T12 Mateusz Michalski
 Poland
Elchin Muradov
 Azerbaijan
Josiah Jamison
 United States
T13 Alexey Labzin
 Russia
Ndodomzi Jonathan Ntutu
 South Africa
Ioannis Protos
 Greece
T34 Sebastien Mobre
 France
Mohamed Hammadi
 United Arab Emirates
Stefan Rusch
 Netherlands
T35 Teboho Mokgalagadi
 South Africa
Allel Boukhalfa
 Algeria
Niels Stein
 Germany
T36 So Wa Wai
 Hong Kong
Ben Rushgrove
 Great Britain
Roman Pavlyk
 Ukraine
T37 Mostafa Fathalla Mohamed
 Egypt
Fanie van der Merwe
 South Africa
Sofiane Hamdi
 Algeria
T38 Evan O'Hanlon
 Australia
Zhou Wenjun
 China
Edson Pinheiro
 Brazil
T42 Heinrich Popow
 Germany
Clavel Kayitare
 France
Atsushi Yamamoto
 Japan
T44 Jerome Singleton
 United States
Oscar Pistorius
 South Africa
Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira
 Brazil
T46 Yohansson Nascimento
 Brazil
Ni Guo
 China
Arnaud Assoumani
 France
T51 Edgar Navarro
 Mexico
Toni Piispanen
 Finland
Pieter du Preez
 South Africa
T52 Salvador Hernandez Mondragon
 Mexico
Beat Bösch
  Switzerland
Paul Nitz
 United States
T53 Li Huzhao
 China
Michael Bushell
 Great Britain
Brent Lakatos
 Canada
T54 Leo Pekka Tahti
 Finland
Saichon Konjen
 Thailand
Kenny van Weeghel
 Netherlands

T11[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T11 was held on January 22–23 and the medal ceremony on 24

T11 = visual impairment - range from no light perception, to light perception with the inability to recognise the shape of a hand.

Results[edit]

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 1 in each heat(Q) and the next 1 fastest(q) advance to the final. [4]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Lucas Prado  Brazil 11.41 Q, =CR
2 2 Andrey Koptev  Russia 11.48 Q
3 2 Daniel Silva  Brazil 11.60 q
4 2 Elexis Gillette  United States 11.63
5 1 Gauthier Tresor Makunda  France 11.91 Q
5 3 Xavier Porras  Spain 12.15
7 1 Firmino Baptista  Portugal 12.24
8 2 Ananias Shikongo  Namibia 12.31
9 1 Jakkit Punthong  Thailand 12.52
3 Alexis Acosta  Argentina 12.53

Key: =CR = Equal Championship Record

Final[edit]

[5]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Lucas Prado  Brazil 11.38 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Andrey Koptev  Russia 11.54
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Daniel Silva  Brazil 11.59 SB
4 Gauthier Tresor Makunda  France 11.87

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best

T12[edit]

Results[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T13 was held on January 26

T12 = may recognise the shape of a hand, have a visual acuity of 2/60 and/or visual field of less than 5 degrees.

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 1 in each heat (Q) and the next 1 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Mateusz Michalski  Poland 11.01 Q, CR
2 3 Elchin Muradov  Azerbaijan 11.36 Q
3 3 Josiah Jamison  United States 11.44 q
4 2 Rza Osmanov  Azerbaijan 11.50 Q
5 2 Gabriel Potra  Poland 11.51
6 1 Li Yansong  China 11.54
7 1 Bekzod Khodjaev  Uzbekistan 12.09
8 3 Artem Loginov  Russia DQ R 162.7
9 2 Maximiliano Rodríguez  Spain DQ R 162.7,125.5

Key: CR = Championship Record

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Mateusz Michalski  Poland 11.05
2nd, silver medalist(s) Elchin Muradov  Azerbaijan 11.26
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Josiah Jamison  United States 11.39
4 Rza Osmanov  Azerbaijan 11.52

T13[edit]

Results[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T13 was held on January 23 and 24

T13 = visual impairment: visual acuity ranges from 2/60 to 6/60 and/or has a visual field of more than 5 degrees and less than 20 degrees.

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Ndodomzi Jonathan Ntutu  South Africa 11.18 Q
2 Alexey Labzin  Russia 11.23 Q, SB
3 Yizhi Yuan  China 11.24 Q, SB
4 Ioannis Protos  Greece 11.40 Q
5 Radoslav Zlatanov  Bulgaria 11.41 Q
6 Hussein Kadhim  Iraq 11.53 Q
7 Ivan Stoev  Bulgaria 11.78 q
8 Songwut Lamsan  Thailand 11.87 q
9 Oh Taeil  South Korea 12.47
10 Henry Nzungi Mwendo  Kenya DQ R 162.7

Key: SB = Season Best

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Alexey Labzin  Russia 11.09 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ndodomzi Jonathan Ntutu  South Africa 11.11 =AR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ioannis Protos  Greece 11.25
4 Radoslav Zlatanov  Bulgaria 11.30
5 Hussein Kadhim  Iraq 11.53
6 Ivan Stoev  Bulgaria 11.72
7 Songwut Lamsan  Thailand 11.91

Key: =AR = Equal Continental Record, SB = Season Best

T34[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T34 was held on January 24 and 25

T34 = good functional strength, minimal limitation or control problems in the arms or trunk, compete in a wheelchair or from a throwing frame.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Sebastien Mobre  France 16.53 Q, CR
2 2 Stefan Rusch  Netherlands 17.72 Q
3 2 Mohamed Hammadi  United Arab Emirates 17.95 Q
4 2 Austin Pruitt  United States 18.11 Q
5 1 Bart Pijs  Netherlands 18.13 Q, SB
6 1 Henk Schuiling  Netherlands 18.52 Q
7 2 Janne Seppala  Finland 18.66 q
8 1 Ahmad Almutairi (T33)  Kuwait 18.98 q, CR
9 2 Masaki Hirooka  Japan 19.96
10 1 Damien Bowen  Australia 21.72 SB

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Sebastien Mobre  France 16.84
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mohamed Hammadi  United Arab Emirates 16.95 AR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Stefan Rusch  Netherlands 17.65 SB
4 Austin Pruitt  United States 18.12
5 Bart Pijs  Netherlands 18.14
6 Henk Schuiling  Netherlands 18.31
7 Janne Seppala  Finland 18.70
8 Ahmad Almutairi (T33)  Kuwait 19.18

Key: AR = Continental Record, SB = Season Best

T35[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T13 was held on January 24

T35 = good static balance, problems in dynamic balance. May need assistive device for walking, not when standing.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Teboho Mokgalagadi  South Africa 12.96 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Allel Boukhalfa  Algeria 13.38 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Niels Stein  Germany 13.59 SB
4 Ivan Otleykin  Russia 14.06
5 Ioannis Letkas  Greece 14.14 SB
6 Andrey Antipov  Russia 14.26 SB
7 Hugues Quiatol  France 14.36
8 Pedro Marquez Jr. Villanueva  Mexico 15.17

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best

T36[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T36 was held on January 23 and 24

T36 = walk without assistance or assistive devices, more control problems with upper than lower limbs. All four limbs are involved, dynamic balance often better than static balance.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 So Wa Wai  Hong Kong 12.46 Q, SB
2 2 Benjamin Rushgrove  Great Britain 12.48 Q, SB
3 1 Graeme Ballard  Great Britain 12.66 Q
4 2 Che Mian  China 12.74 Q
5 1 Roman Pavlyk  Ukraine 12.77 Q
6 1 Marcin Mielczarek  Poland 12.82 Q
7 1 Hossam Sewalem  Egypt 13.00 q
8 1 Xu Ran  China 13.10 q
9 2 Mohd Raduan Emeari  Malaysia 13.23
10 2 Andrey Zhirnov  Russia 13.26
11 2 Anastasios Petropoulos  Greece 13.54

Key: SB = Season Best

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) So Wa Wai  Hong Kong 12.17 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Benjamin Rushgrove  Great Britain 12.25 AR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roman Pavlyk  Ukraine 12.26 SB
4 Che Mian  China 12.39 SB
5 Graeme Ballard  Great Britain 12.57
6 Marcin Mielczarek  Poland 12.58 SB
7 Hossam Sewalem  Egypt 12.78 AR
8 Xu Ran  China 12.83

Key: CR = Championship Record, AR = Continental Record, SB = Season Best

T37[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T37 was held on January 23 and 24

T37 = spasticity in an arm and leg on the same side, good functional ability on the other side, better development, good arm and hand control.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Mostafa Fathalla Mohamed  Egypt 11.64 Q, WR
2 1 Fanie Van Der Merwe  South Africa 11.84 Q
3 1 Omar Monterola  Venezuela 11.84 Q, AR
4 1 Roman Kapranov  Russia 12.02 q, AR
5 2 Sofiane Hamdi  Algeria 12.21 Q
6 2 Ma Yuxi  China 12.26 Q
7 2 Alexandr Lyashchenko  Russia 12.31 Q, SB
8 1 Yang Sen  China 12.38 q, SB
9 2 Andrea Dalle Ave  South Africa 12.48
10 2 Vladislav Barinov  Russia 12.58
11 2 Sergii Kravchenko  Ukraine 12.69
12 1 Benjamin Ivan Cardozo Sanchez  Mexico 12.79 SB
13 2 Ali Alansari  United Arab Emirates 13.45

Key: CR = Championship Record, AR = Continental Record, SB = Season Best

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Mostafa Fathalla Mohamed  Egypt 11.61 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Fanie Van Der Merwe  South Africa 11.69 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Sofiane Hamdi  Algeria 11.86
4 Roman Kapranov  Russia 12.08
5 Alexandr Lyashchenko  Russia 12.28 SB
6 Yang Sen  China 12.30 SB
7 Ma Yuxi  China 12.40
Omar Monterola  Venezuela DNS

Key: WR = World Record, SB = Season Best

T38[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T38 was held on January 23 and 24

T38 = meet the minimum disability criteria for athletes with cerebral palsy, head injury or stroke, a limitation in function that impacts on sports performance.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Evan O'Hanlon  Australia 11.21 Q, CR
2 Mohamed Farhat Chida  Tunisia 11.64 Q, SB
3 Edson Pinheiro  Brazil 11.68 Q
4 Zhou Wenjun  China 11.70 Q
5 Mykyta Senyk  Ukraine 11.98 Q, SB
6 Kyle Edward Whitehouse  Canada 12.25 Q, SB
7 Aliaksandr Pankou  Belarus 12.37 q, SB
8 Evgeny Kurochkin  Russia 12.50 q
9 Paulo Pereira  Brazil 12.52 SB
10 Chris Mullins  Australia 12.56
11 Juan Ramon Carrapiso Martinez  Spain 12.66
12 Mitchell Pink  Australia 12.85 SB

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Evan O'Hanlon  Australia 11.14 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Zhou Wenjun  China 11.42
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Edson Pinheiro  Brazil 11.76
4 Mykyta Senyk  Ukraine 11.95 SB
5 Kyle Edward Whitehouse  Canada 12.36
6 Aliaksandr Pankou  Belarus 12.37
7 Evgeny Kurochkin  Russia 12.79
8 Mohamed Farhat Chida  Tunisia DQ R 162.7

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best, R 162.7 = False start

T42[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T42 was held on January 26

T42 = single above knee amputation or equivalent impairment.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Heinrich Popow  Germany 12.56 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Clavel Kayitare  France 12.60 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Atsushi Yamamoto  Japan 13.06
4 Scott Reardon  Australia 13.45
5 Daniel Jorgensen  Denmark 13.76 SB
6 Kortney Clemons  United States 14.35 SB
7 Bernhard Haarhoff  South Africa 15.09 AR

Key: CR = Championship Record, AR = Continental Record, SB = Season Best

T44[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T44 was held on January 25 and 26

American Jerome Singleton won the race, causing South African Oscar Pistorius to lose an international 100 metres race for the first time in seven years.[6][7][8]

T44 = single below knee amputation or equivalent impairment.

Also T43 classified athletes competed in this event: double below knee amputations or equivalent impairments.

Results[edit]

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified SB Season Best

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 2 in each heat(Q) and the next 2 fastest(q) advance to the final. [9]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Oscar Pistorius  South Africa 11.33 Q
2 1 Jerome Singleton  United States 11.35 Q, SB
3 2 Arnu Fourie  South Africa 11.41 Q
4 3 Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira  Brazil 11.60 Q
5 3 Blake Leeper  United States 11.63 q
5 3 Jonathan Peacock  Great Britain 11.63 Q, SB
7 2 Jim Bob Bizzell  United States 11.71 Q
8 2 David Behre  Germany 11.79 q
9 3 Christoph Bausch   Switzerland 11.91 SB
10 1 Markus Rehm  Germany 12.13
11 1 Jean-Baptiste Alaize  France 12.14
12 1 Andre Oliveira  Brazil 12.15 SB
13 3 Ronald Hertog  Netherlands 12.38
14 2 Robert Mayer  Austria 12.44
15 3 Jack Swift  Australia 12.51 SB
16 1 Junfeng Shang  China 12.65
17 Jun Haruta  Japan 12.68

Final[edit]

[10]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Jerome Singleton  United States 11.34 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Oscar Pistorius  South Africa 11.34
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira  Brazil 11.43
4 Arnu Fourie  South Africa 11.43
5 Blake Leeper  United States 11.57 SB
6 Jonathan Peacock  Great Britain 11.89
7 David Behre  Germany 11.96
Jim Bob Bizzell  United States DQ R 162.7

Key: SB = Season Best, R 162.7 = False start

T46[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T46 was held on January 25 and 26

T46 = single above or below elbow amputation or equivalent impairments.

Also T45 classified athletes competed in this event: double arm amputations above or below the elbow or equivalent impairments.

Results[edit]

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified SB Season Best

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat(Q) and the next 2 fastest(q) advance to the final. [11]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Francis Kompaon  Papua New Guinea 11.36 Q
2 1 Arnaud Assoumani  France 11.38 Q
3 2 Simon Patmore  Australia 11.38 Q
4 2 Xu Zhao  China 11.42 Q
5 1 Ni Guo  China 11.44 Q
5 1 Wei He  China 11.50 Q
7 1 Samkelo Mike Radebe (T45)  South Africa 11.51 q
8 2 Yohansson Nascimento (T45)  Brazil 11.52 q
9 1 Yury Nosulenko  Russia 11.52
10 1 Manuel Cortajerena  Argentina 11.89
11 2 Lucas Ezequiel Schonfeld  Argentina 11.93 SB
12 1 Markanda Reddy  India 12.09
13 2 Florin Marius Cojoc  Romania 12.11
1 Kimou Addoh  Ivory Coast DNS
2 Kouame Jean-Luc Noumbo  Ivory Coast DNS

Key: DNS = Did not Start

Final[edit]

[12]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Yohansson Nascimento (T45)  Brazil 11.01 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ni Guo  China 11.13 CR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Arnaud Assoumani  France 11.18 SB
4 Xu Zhao  China 11.23 SB
5 Francis Kompaon  Papua New Guinea 11.27 SB
6 Samkelo Mike Radebe (T45)  South Africa 11.27
7 Wei He  China 11.33 SB
Simon Patmore  Australia DQ R 162.7

Key: WR = World Record, CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best, DQ = Disqualified, R 162.7 = False start

T51[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T53 was held on January 28 and 29

T51 = a weakness in shoulder function, can bend but not straighten the elbow joint, no trunk or leg function, no movement in the fingers, can bend wrists backwards but not forwards.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Edgar Navarro Sanchez  Mexico 22.27 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Toni Piispanen  Finland 22.71 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Pieter Du Preez  South Africa 23.49 SB
4 Kevin Stokes  United States 26.29
5 Mohamed Berrahal  Algeria 27.76
6 Jeremy Finton  United States 30.59

Key: CR = Championship Record, SB = Season Best

T52[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T52 was held on January 28 and 29

T52 = good shoulder, elbow and wrist function, poor to normal finger flexion and extension, no trunk or leg function.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Salvador Hernandez Mondragon  Mexico 17.29 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Beat Boesch   Switzerland 17.74
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Nitz  United States 18.19 SB
4 Tomoya Ito  Japan 18.39 AR
5 Sam McIntosh  Australia 18.52 AR
6 Josh Roberts  United States 19.72

Key: CR = Championship Record, AR = Continental Record, SB = Season Best

T53[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T53 was held on January 22 and 23

T53 = normal upper limb function, no abdominal, leg or lower spinal function.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Michael Bushell  Great Britain 15.24 Q
2 Brent Lakatos  Canada 15.36 Q
3 Jung Dong Ho  South Korea 15.51 Q
4 Li Huzhao  China 15.53 Q
5 Ariosvaldo Fernandes Silva  Brazil 15.55 Q
6 Sopa Intasen  Thailand 15.80 q
7 Eric Gauthier  Canada 16.10 Q
8 Pichet Krungget  Thailand 16.18 q
9 Brian Siemann  United States
10 Jaime Ramirez Valencia  Mexico

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Li Huzhao  China 14.82 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Michael Bushell  Great Britain 14.86
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Brent Lakatos  Canada 15.07
4 Ariosvaldo Fernandes Silva  Brazil 15.46
5 Sopa Intasen  Thailand 15.66
6 Jung Dong Ho  South Korea 15.99
7 Eric Gauthier  Canada 16.04
8 Pichet Krungget  Thailand 16.29

Key: WR = World Record, CR = Championship Record, AR = Continental Record, PB = Personal Best, SB = Season Best

T54[edit]

The Men's 100 metres, T13 was held on January 28 and 29

T54 = normal upper limb function, partial to normal trunk function, may have significant function of the lower limbs.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) advance to the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Leo Pekka Tahti  Finland 14.19 Q, CR
2 1 Supachai Koysub  Thailand 14.37 Q
3 4 Kenny van Weeghel  Netherlands 14.51 Q
4 3 Saichon Konjen  Thailand 14.61 Q
5 1 Li Meng  China 14.79 Q
6 3 Marc Schuh  Germany 14.82 Q
7 3 Zong Kai  China 14.97 Q
8 4 Liu Yang  China 15.08 Q
9 4 Freddy Sandoval  Mexico 15.11 Q
10 3 Colin Mathieson  Canada 15.18 q
11 2 Mohammad Vahdani  United Arab Emirates 15.18 Q
12 3 Niklas Almers  Sweden 15.21 q
13 3 Juan Pablo Cervantes Garcia  Mexico 15.40 Q
14 2 Pedro Gandarilla Fernandez  Mexico 15.40 q
15 4 Esa-Pekka Mattila  Finland 15.41 q
16 2 Andreas Ottosson  Sweden 15.42 Q
17 2 Curtis Thom  Canada 15.56
18 1 Maamar Rachif  Algeria 15.59
19 4 Thiago Souza  Brazil 15.59
20 4 Jasim Alnaqbi  United Arab Emirates 15.62
21 2 Matthew Cameron  Australia 15.69
22 1 Juan Valladares  Venezuela 15.74
23 4 Samuel Harrison Carter  Australia 15.88
24 2 Muhammad Firdaus Nordin  Singapore 15.88
25 3 Alejandro Maldonado  Argentina 15.95
26 1 Richard Nicholson  Australia 16.04
27 3 Mohamed Bani Hashem  United Arab Emirates 16.32
28 2 Giandomenico Sartor  Italy 16.65
29 1 Oscar Alvarenga Torres  Costa Rica 16.82
30 2 Jose Jimenez  Costa Rica 16.97
31 1 Sean Burns  United States 18.53
4 Marcel Hug   Switzerland DQ R 162.7

Key: CR = Championship Record, R 162.7 = False start

Semifinals[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Leo Pekka Tahti  Finland 14.17 Q, CR
2 Kenny van Weeghel  Netherlands 14.59 Q
3 Saichon Konjen  Thailand 14.65 Q
4 Marc Schuh  Germany 14.81 Q
5 Li Meng  China 14.84 Q
6 Liu Yang  China 14.87 q
7 Zong Kai  China 14.87 q
8 Colin Mathieson  Canada 14.96 Q
9 Freddy Sandoval  Mexico 15.07
10 Juan Pablo Cervantes Garcia  Mexico 15.10
11 Mohammad Vahdani  United Arab Emirates 15.18
12 Niklas Almers  Sweden 15.19
13 Pedro Gandarilla Fernandez  Mexico 15.31
14 Andreas Ottosson  Sweden 15.32
15 Esa-Pekka Mattila  Finland 15.53
Supachai Koysub  Thailand DQ R 162.7

Key: CR = Championship Record, R 162.7 = False start

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Leo Pekka Tahti  Finland 14.14 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Saichon Konjen  Thailand 14.41
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kenny van Weeghel  Netherlands 14.47
4 Zong Kai  China 14.70
5 Li Meng  China 14.73
6 Liu Yang  China 14.82
7 Colin Mathieson  Canada 14.93
8 Marc Schuh  Germany 15.05

Key: CR = Championship Record

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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