2011 World Championships in Athletics – Women's long jump

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The women's long jump event at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Daegu Stadium on August 27 and 28.

Reigning world champion Brittney Reese was the pre-event favourite as she held the best mark that year (7.19 m) and led on the Diamond League circuit. Russia's Darya Klishina and Olga Zaytseva were the only ones to have cleared seven metres that season, while Americans Funmi Jimoh and Janay DeLoach were the only jumpers to have defeated Reese on the circuit. Veronika Shutkova and Maurren Maggi (the 2008 Olympic gold medallist) were other highly ranked entrants.[1][2]

Maggi produced the best jump of the qualifying rounds, followed by Belarusian Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova. Brittney Reese needed the last of her three jumps to achieve the qualifying mark. Zaytseva was the most prominent jumper to be eliminated at the first stage.[3] Maggi, Jimoh and Naide Gomes were high-profile eliminations in the first half of the final round. Reese took the lead with her first jump of 6.82 m and, despite having had five no-jumps, she remained in first place to take the gold. It was Olga Kucherenko, Ineta Radēviča and Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova who fought for the minor medals. Mironchyk-Ivanova jumped 6.74 m in round three, only to be overtaken by Kucherenko (6.77 m) the following round. Radēviča produced her best (6.76 m) with her final jump to edge into the bronze medal position.[4]

Reese's mark of 6.82 m was the shortest winning distance in the history of the event at the World Championships.[4] Nevertheless, she became only the second woman to ever win two consecutive long jump world titles, matching the feat of her fellow American Jackie Joyner-Kersee.[5] Kucherenko and Radēviča gained their first ever medals on the world stage, although both had been medallists at the 2010 European Athletics Championships.

Mironchyk-Ivanova was fourth. She had a jump which seemed to be the longest of all, about 6.90 m. Unfortunately for the Belarusian, her ponytail swang and left the mark behind at 6.74 m and she lost the win and all the other medals as a result.[6]

A retest of silver medallist Kucherenko's sample in 2016 came back posiitive for doping and she was stripped of her medal. As a result Radēviča was promoted to silver medal and Mironchyk-Ivanova moved into the medals with a bronze.[7]

Medalists[edit]

Revised

Gold Silver Bronze
Brittney Reese
 United States (USA)
Ineta Radēviča
 Latvia (LAT)
Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova
 Belarus (BLR)

Original

Gold Silver Bronze
Brittney Reese
 United States (USA)
Olga Kucherenko
 Russia (RUS)
Ineta Radēviča
 Latvia (LAT)

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the established records were as follows.

World record  Galina Chistyakova (URS) 7.51 Leningrad, Soviet Union 11 June 1988
Championship record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7.36 Rome, Italy 3 September 1987
World leading  Brittney Reese (USA) 7.19 Eugene, OR, United States 26 June 2011
African record  Chioma Ajunwa (NGR) 7.12 Atlanta, GA, United States 2 August 1996
Asian record  Weili Yao (CHN) 7.01 Jinan, China 5 June 1993
North, Central American and Caribbean record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7.49 New York, NY, United States 22 May 1994
Sestriere, Italy 31 July 1994
South American record  Maurren Higa Maggi (BRA) 7.26 Bogotá, Colombia 26 June 1999
European record  Galina Chistyakova (URS) 7.51 Leningrad, Soviet Union 11 June 1988
Oceanian record  Bronwyn Thompson (AUS) 7.00 Melbourne, Australia 7 March 2002

Qualification standards[edit]

A standard B standard
6.75 6.65

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
August 27, 2011 21:15 Qualification
August 28, 2011 18:15 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 6.75 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advance to the final.

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 B Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil (BRA) 6.55 6.86 6.86 Q
2 B Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova  Belarus (BLR) 6.80 6.80 Q
3 A Brittney Reese  United States (USA) 6.41 x 6.79 6.79 Q
4 B Darya Klishina  Russia (RUS) 6.77 6.77 Q
5 A Naide Gomes  Portugal (POR) 6.76 6.76 Q
6 B Funmi Jimoh  United States (USA) 6.68 x 6.26 6.68 q
7 A Olga Kucherenko  Russia (RUS) 6.37 6.67 x 6.67 q
8 A Carolina Klüft  Sweden (SWE) 6.60 x 6.40 6.60 q
9 B Ineta Radēviča  Latvia (LAT) x 6.59 x 6.59 q
10 B Mayookha Johny  India (IND) 6.52 x 6.53 6.53 q
11 B Karin Mey Melis  Turkey (TUR) x x 6.52 6.52 q
12 A Janay DeLoach  United States (USA) x 6.29 6.51 6.51 q
13 B Olga Zaytseva  Russia (RUS) 6.50 x x 6.50
14 A Bianca Kappler  Germany (GER) 6.48 6.48 6.32 6.48
15 A Viktoriya Rybalko  Ukraine (UKR) 6.45 x 6.40 6.45
16 A Veronika Shutkova  Belarus (BLR) 6.45 x 6.29 6.45
17 A Bianca Stuart  Bahamas (BAH) x 3.96 6.44 6.44
18 B Blessing Okagbare  Nigeria (NGR) x 6.36 6.27 6.36
19 B Irene Pusterla  Switzerland (SUI) 6.34 6.22 6.21 6.34
20 B Shara Proctor  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) x x 6.34 6.34
21 A Marestella Torres  Philippines (PHI) 6.31 6.19 6.22 6.31
22 A Teresa Dobija  Poland (POL) x x 6.30 6.30
23 A Lauma Griva  Latvia (LAT) 6.27 6.16 6.10 6.27
24 A Keila Costa  Brazil (BRA) 6.09 6.07 6.26 6.26
25 A Yuliya Tarasova  Uzbekistan (UZB) x 6.26 x 6.26
26 B Éloyse Lesueur  France (FRA) x x 6.22 6.22
27 B Nina Kolarič  Slovenia (SLO) x 6.19 6.15 6.19
28 A Jovanee Jarrett  Jamaica (JAM) 6.19 x 5.75 6.19
29 B Jung Soon-Ok  South Korea (KOR) x x 6.18 6.18 SB
30 B Chantel Malone  British Virgin Islands (IVB) 5.96 6.12 x 6.12
31 B Sostene Moguenara  Germany (GER) x x 6.02 6.02
32 A Ola Sesay  Sierra Leone (SLE) 5.64 5.94 5.43 5.94
33 B Tori Polk  United States (USA) x 5.66 x 5.66
34 A Enas Gharib  Egypt (EGY) 5.35 5.48 5.44 5.48 SB
N/A B Concepción Montaner  Spain (ESP) x x x NM
N/A A Ivana Španović  Serbia (SRB) DNS

Final[edit]

Format: Each athlete has three attempts, then the eight best performers have three further attempts

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Brittney Reese  United States (USA) 6.82 x x x x x 6.82
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ineta Radēviča  Latvia (LAT) 6.61 6.63 6.66 6.61 x 6.76 6.76 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova  Belarus (BLR) x 6.71 6.74 x x x 6.74
4 Carolina Klüft  Sweden (SWE) x 6.44 6.56 x 6.37 x 6.56
5 Janay DeLoach  United States (USA) 6.32 6.39 x x 6.32 6.56 6.56
6 Darya Klishina  Russia (RUS) 6.39 6.30 6.49 x 6.50 6.33 6.50
7 Karin Mey Melis  Turkey (TUR) x 6.44 x x 6.44 6.19 6.44
8 Mayookha Johny  India (IND) 6.37 6.31 6.26 6.37
10 Naide Gomes  Portugal (POR) x 6.16 6.26 6.26
11 Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil (BRA) x x 6.17 6.17
N/A Funmi Jimoh  United States (USA) x x x NM
N/A Olga Kucherenko  Russia (RUS) 6.48 6.56 6.65 6.77 x x DQ [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin, David (2011-08-20). Women's Long Jump - PREVIEW Archived 2012-05-03 at the Wayback Machine.. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
  2. ^ Long jump 2011. IAAF (2011-08-27). Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
  3. ^ Martin, David (2011-08-27). Women's Long Jump - Qualification - Reese takes stuttering step into final Archived 2012-05-15 at the Wayback Machine.. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-28.
  4. ^ a b Lee, Lauren & Martin, David (2011-08-28). Women's Long Jump - Final - Reese successfully defends Archived 2012-05-15 at the Wayback Machine.. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.
  5. ^ Wenig, Jörg (2011-08-28).Reese - Walking in the footsteps of idol Joyner-Kersee Archived 2011-09-16 at the Wayback Machine.. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-08-29.
  6. ^ Merlo, Gianni (2011-09-03).- Incredible: Nastassia has lost the long jump gold and $60,000 dollars because of a hairstyle. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-09-03.
  7. ^ Palmer, Dan (2017-02-01). Long jumper Kucherenko banned for two years, reports claim. Inside the Games. Retrieved 2018-03-17.
  8. ^ "13th IAAF World Championships in athletics - long jump, women's final". IAAF. 2011-08-28. Retrieved 2017-07-14. 

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