2011 IPC Athletics World Championships – Men's 4 x 100 metres relay

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Events at the
2011 World Championships
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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
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
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Long jump men women
Triple jump men
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Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Club throw men women
Combined events
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The men's 4 x 100 metres relay events at the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships were held at the QEII Stadium on 24, 27 and 29 January

Medalists[edit]

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Class Gold Silver Bronze
T11−13  Russia
Fedor Trikolich
Alexey Labzin
Artem Loginov
Andrey Koptev
 Portugal
Jose Alves
Firmino Baptista
Luis Goncalves
Gabriel Potra
 Spain
Martin Parejo Maza
Maximiliano Rodriguez
Xavier Porras
Gerard Desgarrega Puigdevall
T35−38  Ukraine
Andriy Onufriyenko
Sergii Kravchenko
Roman Pavlyk
Mykyta Senyk
 China
Mian Che
Wenjun Zhou
Yuxi Ma
Sen Yang
 Australia
Evan O'Hanlon
Brad Scott
Wade McMahon
Tim Sullivan
T42−46  South Africa
Samkelo Mike Radebe
Arnu Fourie
David Henry Roos
Oscar Pistorius
 United States
David Prince
Blake Leeper
Jim Bob Bizzell
Jerome Singleton
 Brazil
Andre Oliveira
Yohansson Nascimento
Emicarlo Souza
Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira

T11−13[edit]

The Men's 4 x 100 metres relay, T11−13 was held on January 24 and 27

  • T11−13
    • T11 = visual impairment - range from no light perception, to light perception with the inability to recognise the shape of a hand.
    • T12 = recognise the shape of a hand, have a visual acuity of 2/60 and/or visual field of less than 5 degrees.
    • T13 = visual acuity ranges from 2/60 to 6/60, and/or visual field of over 5 degrees and less than 20 degrees.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

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Qualification: First 4 fastest(q) advance to the final.

Rank Heat Nation Athletes Time Notes
1 1  Russia Fredor Trikolich, Alexey Labzin, Artem Loginov, Andrey Koptev 43.04 q
2 1  Portugal Jose Alves, Firmino Baptista, Luis Goncalves, Gabriel Potra 44.50 q
3 2  Spain Martin Parejo Maza, Maximiliano Rodriguez, Xavier Porras, Gerard Desgarrega Puigdevall 46.96 q
4 1  Canada Richard Carr, Brandon King, Dustin Riley Walsh, Braedon Samuel Dolfo 47.46 q
5 2  China Pengkai Zhu, Shun Qi, Zhen Zhang, Yansong Li 48.38
6 2  Kenya Henry Nzungi Mwendo, Samwel Mushai Kimani, Francis Thuo Karanja, Henry Kirwa DQ R 170.14,163.3,170.19

Key: q = qualification by overall place, DQ = Disqualified, R 163.3 = Leaving the lane, R 170.14 = Passing of the baton outside the take-over zone

Final[edit]

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Rank Nation Athletes Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Russia Fedor Trikolich, Alexey Labzin, Artem Loginov, Andrey Koptev 42.99
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Portugal Jose Alves, Firmino Baptista, Luis Goncalves, Gabriel Potra 44.44
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Spain Martin Parejo Maza, Maximiliano Rodriguez, Xavier Porras, Gerard Desgarrega Puigdevall 45.45
4  Canada Richard Carr, Brandon King, Dustin Riley Walsh, Braedon Samuel Dolfo 46.55

T35−38[edit]

The Men's 4 x 100 metres relay, T35−38 was held on January 27

  • T35−38
    • T35 = good at keeping balanced while still, problems in keeping balance while moving. A shift of centre of gravity may lead to loss of balance. May need assistive devices for walking, not when standing, may have sufficient lower extremity function to run.
    • T36 = walk without assistance or assistive devices, have more control problems with their upper than lower limbs. All four limbs are involved, dynamic balance is often better than static balance.
    • T37 = spasticity in an arm and leg on the same side, good functional ability on the non impaired side, better development, good arm and hand control, walk without assistance.
    • 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]

Final[edit]

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Rank Nation Athletes Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ukraine Andriy Onufriyenko, Sergii Kravchenko, Roman Pavlyk, Mykyta Senyk 45.99 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  China Mian Che, Wenjun Zhou, Yuxi Ma, Sen Yang 46.03 AR
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Australia Evan O'Hanlon, Brad Scott, Wade McMahon, Tim Sullivan 46.07
4  Russia Andrey Zhirnov, Vladislav Barinov, Alexandr Lyashchenko, Roman Kapranov 48.33
5  South Africa Andrea Dalle Ave, Dyan Buis, Teboho Mokgalagadi, Fanie Van Der Merwe DQ R 170.14, 170.7

Key: DQ = Disqualified, CR = Championship Record, AR = Area Record, R 170.14 = Passing of the baton outside the take-over zone

T42−46[edit]

The Men's 4 x 100 metres relay, T42−46 was held on January 29

  • T42−46 = Athletes with amputations or equivalent impairments.

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

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Rank Nation Athletes Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  South Africa Samkelo Mike Radebe, Arnu Fourie, David Henry Roos, Oscar Pistorius 42.80 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  United States David Prince, Blake Leeper, Jim Bob Bizzell, Jerome Singleton 42.84
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Brazil Andre Oliveira, Yohansson Nascimento, Emicarlo Souza, Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira 43.43
4  Germany Reinhold Boetzel, Heinrich Popow, Markus Rehm, David Behre 45.71
5  Japan Hiroyuki Yasui, Jun Haruta, Toru Suzuki, Atsushi Yamamoto 47.40
6  China Xu Zhao, Ni Guo, Junfeng Shang, Weizhong Guo 49.81
7  Australia Simon Patmore, Michael Roeger, Jack Swift, Scott Reardon DQ R 170.5.19.4

Key: DQ = Disqualified, CR = Championship Record

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References[edit]

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