2016 European Athletics Championships – Women's 100 metres

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Women's 100 metres
at the 2016 European Athletics Championships
Venue Olympic Stadium
Location Amsterdam
Dates
  • 7 July (Round 1)
  • 8 July (semifinals & final)
Competitors 30 from 21 nations
Winning time 10.90
Medalists
gold medal    Netherlands
silver medal    Bulgaria
bronze medal     Switzerland
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The women's 100 metres at the 2016 European Athletics Championships took place at the Olympic Stadium on 7 and 8 July.[1]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2014 European Athletics Championships
World record  Florence Griffith Joyner (USA) 10.49[2] Indianapolis, United States 16 July 1988
European record  Christine Arron (FRA) 10.73[3] Budapest, Hungary 19 August 1998
Championship record  Christine Arron (FRA) 10.73 Budapest, Hungary 19 August 1998
World Leading  Elaine Thompson (JAM) 10.70[4] Kingston, Jamaica 1 July 2016
European Leading  Dafne Schippers (NED) 10.83[5] Doha, Qatar 6 May 2016

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
7 July 2016 12:45 Round 1
8 July 2016 19:15 Semifinals
8 July 2016 21:45 Final

All times are local times (UTC+2)

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

First 4 (Q) and next 3 fastest (q) qualify for the semifinals.[6]

Heat 1: -0.5 m/s, Heat 2: -0.4 m/s, Heat 3: -1.0 m/s

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 1 Rebekka Haase  Germany 11.23 Q
2 1 6 Ramona Papaioannou  Cyprus 11.36 Q
2 1 4 Naomi Sedney  Netherlands 11.36 Q, SB
4 2 4 Olesya Povh  Ukraine 11.37 Q
5 1 3 Inna Eftimova  Bulgaria 11.39 Q
6 3 2 Gloria Hooper  Italy 11.40 Q
7 2 8 Maja Mihalinec  Slovenia 11.41 Q
8 3 8 Lorène Bazolo  Portugal 11.44 Q
9 3 3 Ezinne Okparaebo  Norway 11.45 Q
9 1 8 Salomé Kora   Switzerland 11.45 q, PB
11 1 7 Irene Siragusa  Italy 11.55 q
11 1 2 Maria Belibasaki  Greece 11.55 q
13 2 5 Amy Foster  Ireland 11.57 Q
14 3 5 Marika Popowicz-Drapała  Poland 11.61 Q
15 2 2 Jennifer Galais  France 11.64 Q
15 3 7 Estela García  Spain 11.64
17 3 6 Anasztázia Nguyen  Hungary 11.66 SB
18 2 7 Alexandra Bezeková  Slovakia 11.71
19 2 3 Andreea Ograzeanu  Romania 11.73
20 3 4 Lina Grinčikaitė Samuolė  Lithuania 11.77
21 2 6 Marisa Lavanchy   Switzerland 11.89
22 1 5 Charlotte Wingfield  Malta 11.90

Semifinals[edit]

First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the final.[7]

Heat 1: -1.0 m/s, Heat 2: -0.4 m/s, Heat 3: 0.2 m/s

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 5 Dafne Schippers*  Netherlands 10.96 Q
2 3 4 Desiree Henry*  Great Britain 11.09 Q
3 3 7 Mujinga Kambundji*   Switzerland 11.23 Q
4 2 5 Ivet Lalova-Collio*  Bulgaria 11.26 Q
5 2 4 Tatjana Pinto*  Germany 11.27 Q
6 2 6 Nataliya Pohrebnyak*  Ukraine 11.27 q
7 3 5 Floriane Gnafoua*  France 11.32 q
8 3 6 Olesya Povh  Ukraine 11.35
9 1 6 Asha Philip*  Great Britain 11.37 Q
10 3 9 Ezinne Okparaebo  Norway 11.44
10 3 8 Naomi Sedney  Netherlands 11.44
12 1 7 Rebekka Haase  Germany 11.46
13 2 8 Gloria Hooper  Italy 11.48
14 1 9 Ramona Papaioannou  Cyprus 11.55
15 1 8 Maja Mihalinec  Slovenia 11.55
16 2 7 Lorène Bazolo  Portugal 11.57
17 2 9 Jennifer Galais  France 11.62
17 1 3 Maria Belibasaki  Greece 11.62
17 3 3 Amy Foster  Ireland 11.62
20 2 3 Salomé Kora   Switzerland 11.65
21 2 2 Marika Popowicz-Drapała  Poland 11.68
22 3 2 Irene Siragusa  Italy 11.78
23 1 2 Inna Eftimova  Bulgaria 11.85
1 4 Stella Akakpo*  France DQ R162.7[8]

*Athletes who received a bye to the semifinals[9]

Final[edit]

Start of the final
Schippers winning the final

Wind: -0.2 m/s[10]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1st, gold medalist(s) 7 Dafne Schippers  Netherlands 10.90
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Ivet Lalova-Collio  Bulgaria 11.20
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4 Mujinga Kambundji   Switzerland 11.25
4 9 Asha Philip  Great Britain 11.27
5 2 Nataliya Pohrebnyak  Ukraine 11.28
6 8 Tatjana Pinto  Germany 11.33
7 3 Floriane Gnafoua  France 11.36
5 Desiree Henry  Great Britain DNF

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