2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Women's pentathlon

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Women's pentathlon
at the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships
VenueOregon Convention Center
DatesMarch 18
Competitors12 from 9 nations
Winning points4881
Medalists
gold medal    Canada
silver medal    Ukraine
bronze medal    United States
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The women's pentathlon at the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships took place on March 18, 2016.[1][2]

Returning silver medalist Brianne Theisen-Eaton came in with high expectations. She started the 60m hurdles with the fastest time of the day. Her high jump was the second best putting her firmly in the lead. In the shot put, Theisen-Eaton's 13.70 put her in the middle of the field, but paled in comparison to Alina Fyodorova's 15.44 personal best. And Anastasiya Mokhnyuk's 15.01 pushed both Ukrainian women ahead. In the Long Jump, extended her lead with a 6.66 personal best, while Fyodorova maintained second place. Going into the final event, the 800 metres, the medalists were apparently settled, Theisen-Eaton over a hundred points ahead of 4th place Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas but 36 points behind Fodorova and 140 points behind Mokhnyuk. Theisen-Eaton's faster 800 expected to overtake Fodorova for silver. In the race, Barbara Nwaba charged out to the lead with Theisen-Eaton marking her through 30 and 33 second laps. Even with the fast first half of the race, by the end of the third lap the lead pair had not dropped the pack enough to change the outcome. But Theisen-Eaton launched into a sprint that ultimately beat Nwaba to the finish line, a personal best 2:09.99 worth 965 points. Nwaba's 2:10.07 gave her enough of a gap on Zsivoczky-Farkas to get 4th place by 5 points. Further behind were Fodorova and even further to Mokhnyuk. Not only had Theisen-Eaton advanced to silver, she gained enough to get gold.

Less than a month after the event, Mokhnyuk tested positive for meldonium. The IAAF officially disqualified her in January 2019 and awarded the bronze medal Barbara Nwaba[3]. Meldonium was only added to the list of prohibited substances on January 1, 2016. WADA is investigating whether a plethora of positive test results from early 2016 could be the residual result of usage prior to the ban.

Results[edit]

60 metres hurdles[edit]

The 60 metres hurdles were started at 11:15.[4]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 2 Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada 8.04 1120 PB
2 2 Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine 8.11 1104 PB
3 1 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 8.27 1068 PB
4 2 Kendell Williams  United States 8.31 1059
5 2 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic 8.34 1052
6 1 Barbara Nwaba  United States 8.43 1032 SB
7 2 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia 8.47 1024
8 1 Celina Leffler  Germany 8.49 1019 SB
9 1 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 8.56 1004
10 1 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada 8.64 987
11 1 Morgan Lake  Great Britain 8.70 974
12 2 Salcia Slack  Jamaica 8.72 969

High jump[edit]

The high jump was started at 12:15.[5]

Rank Athlete Nationality 1.64 1.67 1.70 1.73 1.76 1.79 1.82 1.85 1.88 1.91 Result Points Notes Total
1 Morgan Lake  Great Britain o o o xo xxx 1.88 1080 2054
2 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine o o o o o o o o xxx 1.85 1041 SB 2109
3 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary o xo o o xo o xxx 1.85 1041 SB 2045
4 Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada o o xo xo xxx 1.85 1041 SB 2161
5 Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine o xo o o xxo xxx 1.85 1041 PB 2145
6 Kendell Williams  United States xo o o o xxo xxo xxx 1.85 1041 2100
7 Barbara Nwaba  United States o o o o xo xxx 1.82 1003 2035
8 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic o o o o o xxo xxx 1.79 966 2018
9 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada o xo o xxo xxx 1.79 966 1953
10 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia o o o xxo o xxx 1.76 928 1952
11 Celina Leffler  Germany xxo o xxo xxx 1.70 855 SB 1874
Salcia Slack  Jamaica xxx NM 0 969

Shot put[edit]

Gold medal winner, Brianne Theisen-Eaton, during the first event

The shot put was started at 14:25.[6]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Total
1 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 15.05 15.44 15.41 15.44 890 2999
2 Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine 14.35 14.11 15.01 15.01 862 PB 3007
3 Barbara Nwaba  United States 15.00 15.00 861 PB 2896
4 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 13.88 14.54 13.92 14.54 830 PB 2875
5 Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada 13.44 13.60 13.70 13.70 774 SB 2935
6 Morgan Lake  Great Britain 13.18 13.61 13.01 13.61 768 SB 2822
7 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia 13.46 13.20 x 13.46 758 NR 2710
8 Kendell Williams  United States 13.45 x 13.09 13.45 757 2857
9 Salcia Slack  Jamaica 13.14 13.24 x 13.24 743 1712
10 Celina Leffler  Germany 12.58 12.74 13.17 13.17 739 2613
11 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada 12.54 12.30 12.26 12.54 697 2650
12 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic 11.13 12.26 11.76 12.26 678 SB 2696

Long jump[edit]

The long jump was started at 17:15.[7]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Total
1 Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine 6.37 6.66 6.37 6.66 1059 PB 4066
2 Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada 6.37 6.42 x 6.42 981 SB 3916
3 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 6.33 6.31 6.33 953 SB 3952
4 Kendell Williams  United States x 6.30 6.10 6.30 943 3800
5 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 6.28 x x 6.28 937 SB 3812
6 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic x 5.91 6.11 6.11 883 3579
7 Morgan Lake  Great Britain 6.03 5.88 5.95 6.03 859 SB 3681
8 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada 5.72 5.67 6.01 6.01 853 3503
9 Salcia Slack  Jamaica x 5.93 x 5.93 828 2540
10 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia 5.58 5.86 5.89 5.89 816 3526
11 Barbara Nwaba  United States 5.84 x 5.76 5.84 801 SB 3697
12 Celina Leffler  Germany 5.64 5.83 5.75 5.83 798 3411

800 metres[edit]

The competitors during the last event.

The 800 metres were started at 20:10.[8]

Rank Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada 2:09.99 965 SB
2 Barbara Nwaba  United States 2:10.07 964 SB
3 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 2:18.48 844 SB
4 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia 2:18.65 842 SB
5 Salcia Slack  Jamaica 2:19.00 837
6 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic 2:19.97 824
7 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada 2:20.18 821
8 Morgan Lake  Great Britain 2:20.40 818
9 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 2:20.42 818
10 Kendell Williams  United States 2:22.82 786
11 Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine 2:23.19 781
12 Celina Leffler  Germany 2:24.01 770

Final standing[edit]

After all events.[9]

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Nationality 60m H HJ SP LJ 800m Points Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada 8.04 1.85 13.70 6.42 2:09.99 4881 WL
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 8.27 1.85 15.44 6.33 2:20.42 4770 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Barbara Nwaba  United States 8.43 1.82 15.00 5.84 2:10.07 4661 PB
4 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 8.56 1.85 14.54 6.28 2:18.48 4656 SB
5 Kendell Williams  United States 8.31 1.85 13.45 6.30 2:22.82 4586
6 Morgan Lake  Great Britain 8.70 1.88 13.61 6.03 2:20.40 4499
7 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic 8.34 1.79 12.26 6.11 2:19.97 4403
8 Makeba Alcide  Saint Lucia 8.47 1.76 13.46 5.89 2:18.65 4368
9 Georgia Ellenwood  Canada 8.64 1.79 12.54 6.01 2:20.18 4324
10 Celina Leffler  Germany 8.49 1.70 13.17 5.83 2:24.01 4181
11 Salcia Slack  Jamaica 8.72 NM 13.24 5.93 2:19.00 3377
DQ Anastasiya Mokhnyuk  Ukraine 8.11 1.85 15.01 6.66 2:23.19 4847 PB

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IAAF World Indoor Championships Timetable". IAAF. Retrieved March 16, 2016.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ https://www.iaaf.org/results/iaaf-world-indoor-championships/2016/iaaf-world-indoor-championships-5681/women/pentathlon/800-metres/points
  4. ^ 60 m hurdles results
  5. ^ High jump results
  6. ^ Shot put results
  7. ^ Long jump results
  8. ^ 800 m results
  9. ^ Final standing