2016 IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships

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2016 IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships
2016 IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships logo.png
OrganisersIAAF
Edition27th
Date7–8 May
Host cityRome, Italy
Events5
Participation398 athletes from
55 nations
Official websiteroma2016.org/

The 2016 IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships (Italian: Campionati del mondo a squadre di marcia 2016) was the 27th edition of the global team racewalking competition organised by the International Association of Athletics Federations. It was held in Rome, Italy from 7 to 8 May 2016. It was the first edition of the tournament under its new name, having previously been known as the IAAF World Race Walking Cup since 1989.[1][2]

Overview[edit]

The programme remained unchanged, with senior men's races over 20 km and 50 km, a 20 km senior women's race, and junior category events for both sexes over 10 km.[3] However, following the approval by the IAAF of the women's 50 km walk as an official event, for the first time women were permitted to enter the 50 km. A separate women's 50 km was not scheduled, but women were allowed to enter the men's event and were treated as equal competitors for team scoring.[4]

The local organising committee was headed by Alfio Giomi, the head of the Italian Athletics Federation, and included Maurizio Damilano, a former Olympic champion in racewalking.[4] The competition was organised at relatively short notice – Cheboksary was originally chosen as the host city but the suspension of the All-Russia Athletic Federation for systemic doping issues by the IAAF meant the host bidding was reopened.[5][6] Rome was the clear winner in the bidding process in January 2016, with nine votes compared to Guayaquil and Kiev's four and two for Monterrey.[7] It was the fourth time that the competition was held in Italy, with previous editions having visited the country in 1963, 1965 and 2002.[3]

The course was set on the streets of Rome around the Baths of Caracalla. It was a flat looped route, with one loop for the junior races and two for the senior races. The start point was beside the Arch of Constantine and the Colosseum and finishing point was the Stadio delle Terme di Caracalla.[4]

Chinese athletes won both the junior races: Ma Zhenxia took the women's title and Zhang Jun the men's.[8][9]

The competition was broadcast on television in the host country by Rai Sport 1 and Rai Sport 2.[10]

In June 2016, the Italian sports newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, reported that Gold medalist in the 50 km men's competition Alex Schwazer had again tested positive to a banned substance. He has since announced at a press conference that he had not taken anabolic steroids, despite his sample from January 1, testing positive on May 12.[11] On 11 August 2016, Schwarzer was stripped of his title and banned for 8 years, due to positive doping test.[12][13]

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
7 May 2016
09:30 10 km junior women
10:35 10 km junior men
16:00 Opening ceremony
16:30 20 km women
18:15 20 km men
8 May 2016
09:00 50 km men

All times are local times UTC+2

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Race Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 20 km walk  Wang Zhen (CHN) 1:19:22  Cai Zelin (CHN) 1:19:34  Álvaro Martín (ESP) 1:19:36
Men's 20 km walk team  China (CHN)
Wang Zhen
Cai Zelin
Wang Kaihua
Li Tianlei
Chen Ding
16  Canada (CAN)
Benjamin Thorne
Iñaki Gomez
Evan Dunfee
Mathieu Bilodeau
27  Ecuador (ECU)
Andrés Chocho
Mauricio Arteaga
Brian Pintado
Jordy Jiménez
41
Junior men's 10 km walk  Zhang Jun (CHN) 40:23  Manuel Bermúdez (ESP) 40:27  Noel Alí Chama (MEX) 40:29
Junior men's 10 km walk team  Mexico (MEX)
Noel Alí Chama
Andrés Olivas
8 pts  Peru (PER)
César Augusto Rodríguez
Lenyn Mamani
13 pts  Japan (JPN)
Masatora Kawano
Ryutaro Yamamoto
Masaya Ishikawa
17 pts

Women[edit]

Race Gold Silver Bronze
Women's 20 km walk  Maria Guadalupe González (MEX) 1:26:17 AR  Qieyang Shenjie (CHN) 1:26:49  Érica de Sena (BRA) 1:27:18
Women's 20 km walk team  China (CHN)
Liu Hong
Qieyang Shenjie
Lü Xiuzhi
Yang Jiayu
Nie Jingjing
10  Australia (AUS)
Regan Lamble
Beki Smith
Tanya Holliday
Rachel Tallent
Stephanie Stigwood
43  Colombia (COL)
Sandra Arenas
Sandra Galvis
Yeseida Carrillo
Arabelly Orjuela
61
Junior women's 10 km walk  Ma Zhenxia (CHN) 45:25  Ma Li (CHN) 45:25  Valeria Ortuño (MEX) 45:28
Junior women's 10 km walk team  China (CHN)
Ma Zhenxia
Ma Li
Zhang Lifang
3 pts  Mexico (MEX)
Valeria Ortuño
Vivian Castillo
Iliana García
9 pts  Australia (AUS)
Clara Smith
Tayla Paige Billington
Zoe Hunt
21 pts

Open[edit]

Race Gold Silver Bronze
Open 50 km walk[14][a]  Jared Tallent (AUS) 3:42:36  Ihor Hlavan (UKR) 3:44:02  Marco De Luca (ITA) 3:44:47
Open 50 km walk team  Italy (ITA)
Alex Schwazer[b][15]
Marco De Luca
Teodorico Caporaso
Matteo Giupponi
Federico Tontodonati
14  Ukraine (UKR)
Ihor Hlavan
Ivan Banzeruk
Serhiy Budza
Marian Zakalnytstyi
Andriy Hrechovskyi
25  Spain (ESP)
José Ignacio Díaz
Francisco Arcilla
Mikel Odriozola
Pablo Oliva
30

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

[16]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Penalties
1st place, gold medalist(s) Wang Zhen  China 1:19:22
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Cai Zelin  China 1:19:34 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Álvaro Martín  Spain 1:19:36 PB
4 Dane Bird-Smith  Australia 1:19:38 PB
5 Benjamin Thorne  Canada 1:19:55 PB ~
6 Andrés Chocho  Ecuador 1:20:07 PB ~~
7 Iñaki Gómez  Canada 1:20:12
8 Caio Bonfim  Brazil 1:20:20 PB
9 Ruslan Dmytrenko  Ukraine 1:20:33 SB
10 Christopher Linke  Germany 1:20:40
11 Mauricio Arteaga  Ecuador 1:21:08 PB
12 Eiki Takahashi  Japan 1:21:12 ~
13 Wang Kaihua  China 1:21:12
14 Nazar Kovalenko  Ukraine 1:21:21 SB ~
15 Carl Dohmann  Germany 1:21:26 PB ~~
16 Evan Dunfee  Canada 1:21:26
17 Alexandros Papamichail  Greece 1:21:33 SB
18 Iván Garrido  Colombia 1:21:35 PB
19 Diego García  Spain 1:21:36 PB
20 Hagen Pohle  Germany 1:21:39
21 Yerko Araya  Chile 1:21:39 ~
22 Ganapathi Krishnan  India 1:21:41 PB
23 Dzianis Simanovich  Belarus 1:21:48 SB ~~
24 Brian Pintado  Ecuador 1:21:49 PB
25 Paolo Yurivilca  Peru 1:21:49 NR ~
26 Quentin Rew  New Zealand 1:21:54 NR
27 Gurmeet Singh  India 1:22:04 ~
28 Richard Vargas  Venezuela 1:22:10 NR
29 Takumi Saito  Japan 1:22:26
30 João Vieira  Portugal 1:22:39 SB
31 Manish Singh  India 1:22:41
32 Ivan Losyev  Ukraine 1:22:43 SB
33 Miguel Ángel López  Spain 1:22:46 SB
34 Tom Bosworth  Great Britain 1:22:55
35 Dawid Tomala  Poland 1:23:07 ~
36 Rafał Augustyn  Poland 1:23:09 SB >>
37 Håvard Haukenes  Norway 1:23:15 PB
38 Anton Kučmín  Slovakia 1:23:17
39 Rhydian Cowley  Australia 1:23:21 >
40 Dzmitry Dziubin  Belarus 1:23:32
41 Satoshi Maruo  Japan 1:23:38
42 Sandeep Kumar  India 1:23:51
43 Kim Hyun-sub  South Korea 1:23:51 SB
44 Georgiy Sheiko  Kazakhstan 1:23:51 ~
45 Aliaksandr Liakhovich  Belarus 1:23:59
46 Jarkko Kinnunen  Finland 1:24:00 ~>
47 Moacir Zimmermann  Brazil 1:24:02
48 Francesco Fortunato  Italy 1:24:19
49 Choe Byeong-kwang  South Korea 1:24:20
50 Aurélien Quinion  France 1:24:27 PB
51 Alberto Amezcua  Spain 1:24:28
52 Vito Minei  Italy 1:24:42 PB
53 Jakub Jelonek  Poland 1:24:44
54 Mert Atlı  Turkey 1:24:45
55 Alex Wright  Ireland 1:24:46 SB
56 Benjamin Sánchez  Spain 1:24:50 SB
57 Lebogang Shange  South Africa 1:24:53
58 Aleksi Ojala  Finland 1:24:59 PB >
59 Jean Blancheteau  France 1:25:08 SB
60 Michele Antonelli  Italy 1:25:11
61 Nils Brembach  Germany 1:25:20 ~
62 Pavel Chihuán  Peru 1:25:24 SB
63 Brendan Boyce  Ireland 1:25:38 SB
64 Alexander Castañeda  Colombia 1:25:46 SB ~
65 Marius Šavelskis  Lithuania 1:26:02
66 Ersin Tacir  Turkey 1:26:14
67 Leonardo Dei Tos  Italy 1:26:38
68 Robert Heffernan  Ireland 1:26:48 >
69 Isamu Fujisawa  Japan 1:26:54
70 Wayne Snyman  South Africa 1:27:15
71 Cian McManamon  Ireland 1:27:26 PB
72 Kenny Martín Pérez  Colombia 1:27:39 SB
73 Yassir Cabrera  Panama 1:27:46 PB ~
74 Miguel Carvalho  Portugal 1:28:03
75 Li Tianlei  China 1:28:21
76 Park Chil-sung  South Korea 1:28:32 SB
77 Dušan Majdán  Slovakia 1:28:42
78 Marco Antonio Rodríguez  Bolivia 1:28:44
79 Rafał Fedaczyński  Poland 1:28:56
80 Jordy Jiménez  Ecuador 1:29:17
81 Luis Colón  Puerto Rico 1:29:25 SB ~
82 Rudney Nogueira  Brazil 1:29:30 SB
83 Andriy Kovenko  Ukraine 1:29:32 ~
84 Kostyantyn Puzanov  Ukraine 1:29:50 >
85 Predrag Filipović  Serbia 1:29:53
86 Emmanuel Corvera  United States 1:29:56 ~~
87 Şahin Şenoduncu  Turkey 1:30:46
88 Adrian Ionuţ Dragomir  Romania 1:31:03 SB >
89 Mathieu Bilodeau  Canada 1:31:13 SB
90 Anthony Peters  United States 1:31:19 PB
91 Yauhen Zaleski  Belarus 1:31:31 ~~
92 Fabián Bernabé  France 1:32:10 SB
93 Miroslav Úradník  Slovakia 1:32:23
94 Brendon Reading  Australia 1:32:32
95 Nathan Brill  Australia 1:32:48
96 Joo Hyeon-myeong  South Korea 1:33:35 PB
97 Matthew Forgues  United States 1:35:42 PB
98 Sizwe Ndebele  South Africa 1:36:12
99 Josè Romero  Honduras 1:36:59 SB
100 Deiby Cordero  Costa Rica 1:37:06
101 Lauri Lelumees  Estonia 1:44:12 SB >>
102 Matthew Dewitt  United States 1:46:59 >
Éider Arévalo  Colombia DNF
Ebrahim Rahimian  Iran DNF
Peter Van Hove  Belgium DNF *[17]
Serkan Doğan  Turkey DNF
Michal Morvay  Slovakia DNF >
José Alessandro Bagio  Brazil DNF
Chen Ding  China DNF
Kai Kobayashi  Japan DNF
Luís Alfonso López  El Salvador DNF
José Leonardo Montaña  Colombia DNF
Veli-Matti Partanen  Finland DNF
John Cody Risch  United States DNF >
Giorgio Rubino  Italy DNF ~
Sérgio Vieira  Portugal DNF
Singh Devender  India DQ ~~~
Dominic King  Great Britain DQ ~>>
Hamid Reza Zooravand  Iran DQ ~>>
Raouf Ben Behi  Tunisia DQ >>>
Lukáš Gdula  Czech Republic DQ >>>
Matias Korpela  Finland DQ >>>
Mohammed Abusweilem  Palestine DNS
Michael Hosking  Australia DNS

Team (Men 20 km)[edit]

[18]

Rank Team Points
1  China 16
2  Canada 28
3  Ecuador 41
4  Germany 45
5  Ukraine 55
6  Spain 55
7  India 80
8  Japan 82
9  Belarus 108
10  Poland 124
11  Brazil 137
12  Australia 137
13  Colombia 154
14  Italy 160
15  South Korea 168
16  Ireland 186
17  France 201
18  Turkey 207
19  Slovakia 208
20  South Africa 225
21  United States 273

Men's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

[19]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Penalties
1st place, gold medalist(s) Zhang Jun  China 40:23
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Manuel Bermúdez  Spain 40:27 PB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Noel Alí Chama  Mexico 40:29 PB ~
4 Callum Wilkinson  Great Britain 40:29 NU20R ~~
5 Andrés Olivas  Mexico 40:43 PB ~
6 César Augusto Rodríguez  Peru 41:08 SB ~
7 Lenyn Mamani  Peru 41:16 PB
8 Masatora Kawano  Japan 41:22 ~
9 Ryutaro Yamamoto  Japan 41:37
10 Cristian Merchán  Colombia 41:48 PB ~
11 Salih Korkmaz  Turkey 41:53 PB
12 Dominik Černý  Slovakia 42:07 PB
13 Leo Köpp  Germany 42:14 PB
14 Adam Garganis  Australia 42:24 PB
15 César Herrera  Colombia 42:44 SB
16 Hu Linfeng  China 42:50 SB
17 Gabriel Bordier  France 42:50
18 Jhonatan Amores  Ecuador 42:51 PB
19 Guy Thomas  Great Britain 42:55 PB >>
20 Eduard Zabuzhenko  Ukraine 42:58 PB >
21 Daniel Chamosa  Spain 43:00
22 Giacomo Brandi  Italy 43:06
23 Mikita Kaliada  Belarus 43:07
24 Sebastián Merchán  Colombia 43:09 PB
25 Iván López  Spain 43:20 PB
26 Cameron Corbishley  Great Britain 43:27 ~
27 Masaya Ishikawa  Japan 43:32
28 Ruslan Udodau  Belarus 43:39 ~
29 David Kuster  France 43:42 PB
30 Oleksandr Zholob  Ukraine 43:56 SB
31 Thibaut Hypolite  France 44:05 SB ~~
32 Kyle Swan  Australia 44:07
33 Łukasz Niedziałek  Poland 44:12 ~
34 Zenamarkos Asmare  Ethiopia 44:47 NU20R >
35 Dzmitry Lukyanchuk  Belarus 44:49
36 Vít Hlaváč  Czech Republic 44:52
37 Matheus Correa  Brazil 45:02
38 Volodymyr Mytsyk  Ukraine 45:15 PB >
39 Arkadiusz Drozdowicz  Poland 45:36
40 Tyler Jones  Australia 45:40 >
41 Cameron Haught  United States 45:42 PB
42 Zamanbek Bababek  Kazakhstan 46:02
43 Soma Kovács  Hungary 46:18 >
44 Nicolò Coppini  Italy 46:40
45 Jovan Delčev  Serbia 46:54 >>
46 Juan Manuel Calderon  Costa Rica 46:54 NU20R
47 Alessandro Rigamonti  Italy 46:59 >>>
48 Mustafa Özbek  Turkey 47:14
49 Alexander Bellavance  United States 47:38 PB
50 Ruslan Sergatsjov  Estonia 48:00 PB >
51 Jamie Shaw  New Zealand 48:15
52 Nathan Bonzon   Switzerland 48:38 >>
53 Anthony Gruttadauro  United States 48:40
54 Anže Tesovnik  Slovenia 50:23
Pablo Rodríguez  Bolivia DNF
Donát Burger  Hungary DQ >>>>
Jin Xiangqian  China DQ ~~~~

Team (Men 10 km junior)[edit]

[20]

Rank Team Points
1  Mexico 8
2  Peru 13
3  Japan 17
4  China 17
5  Great Britain 23
6  Spain 23
7  Colombia 25
8  France 46
9  Australia 46
10  Ukraine 50
11  Belarus 51
12  Turkey 59
13  Italy 66
14  Poland 72
15  United States 90

Women's 20 km[edit]

[21]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Penalties
1 Liu Hong  China 1:25:59 DQ [22]
1st place, gold medalist(s) Maria Guadalupe González  Mexico 1:26:17 AR
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Qieyang Shenjie  China 1:26:49 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Érica de Sena  Brazil 1:27:18 AR
4 Elisa Rigaudo  Italy 1:28:03 SB >
5 Lü Xiuzhi  China 1:28:36 ~~
6 Ana Cabecinha  Portugal 1:28:40 SB
7 Yang Jiayu  China 1:28:56 SB
8 Inês Henriques  Portugal 1:29:00 PB
9 Raquel González  Spain 1:29:01 SB
10 Sandra Arenas  Colombia 1:29:31 NR
11 Regan Lamble  Australia 1:29:33 PB
12 Kimberly García  Peru 1:29:38 NR
13 Júlia Takács  Spain 1:29:47 SB
14 Beki Smith  Australia 1:29:49 PB ~~
15 Tanya Holliday  Australia 1:29:49 PB >>
16 Nie Jingjing  China 1:30:02 SB
17 Ángela Castro  Bolivia 1:30:33 NR
18 Inna Kashyna  Ukraine 1:30:34 SB
19 Anežka Drahotová  Czech Republic 1:31:15
20 Nadiya Borovska  Ukraine 1:31:32 SB
21 Brigita Virbalytė-Dimšienė  Lithuania 1:31:52
22 Sandra Galvis  Colombia 1:32:00 ~
23 Valentina Trapletti  Italy 1:32:04
24 Ai Michiguchi  Japan 1:32:43 ~~
25 Alana Barber  New Zealand 1:32:48 NR
26 Yeseida Carrillo  Colombia 1:33:05 PB
27 Wendy Cornejo  Bolivia 1:33:15 PB ~
28 Jessica Hancco  Peru 1:33:20 PB
29 Katarzyna Golba  Poland 1:33:24
30 Rena Goto  Japan 1:33:29
31 Jeon Yeong-eun  South Korea 1:33:32 SB >~
32 Paola Pérez  Ecuador 1:33:35 SB
33 Mária Gáliková  Slovakia 1:33:43
34 Panayiota Tsinopoulou  Greece 1:33:47 PB
35 Nastassia Yatsevich  Belarus 1:33:52
36 Neringa Aidietytė  Lithuania 1:34:06 >
37 Miranda Melville  United States 1:34:10
38 Laura Polli   Switzerland 1:34:11
39 Antigoni Drisbioti  Greece 1:34:11
40 Rachel Tallent  Australia 1:34:16
41 Arabelly Orjuela  Colombia 1:34:19 SB ~
42 Violaine Averous  France 1:34:21 SB ~
43 Magaly Bonilla  Ecuador 1:34:21 PB ~~
44 Ainhoa Pinedo  Spain 1:34:30
45 Mária Czaková  Slovakia 1:34:47
46 Askale Tiksa  Ethiopia 1:34:50 NR
47 Maritza Guaman  Ecuador 1:35:07 PB
48 Katarzyna Zdziebło  Poland 1:35:20
49 Valentyna Myronchuk  Ukraine 1:35:28 PB
50 Daniela Cardoso  Portugal 1:35:37
51 Ana Veronica Rodean  Romania 1:35:38
52 Alina Tsvilii  Ukraine 1:36:00 PB
53 Živilė Vaiciukevičiūtė  Lithuania 1:36:14
54 Olena Shumkina  Ukraine 1:36:20
55 Yesenia Miranda  El Salvador 1:36:27 PB
56 Émilie Menuet  France 1:36:43
57 Stefany Coronado  Bolivia 1:37:00 SB
58 Chahinez Nasri  Tunisia 1:37:42
59 Nicole Colombi  Italy 1:37:47
60 Andreea Arsine  Romania 1:37:48
61 Mylène Ortiz  France 1:37:54
62 Regina Rykova  Kazakhstan 1:37:54
63 Johana Ordóñez  Ecuador 1:38:25 SB
64 Polina Repina  Kazakhstan 1:38:36 SB
65 Aynalem Eshetu  Ethiopia 1:38:39 PB
66 Stephanie Stigwood  Australia 1:38:42
67 Diana Aydosova  Kazakhstan 1:39:01
68 Dušica Topić  Serbia 1:39:31 NR
69 Ching Siu Nga  Hong Kong 1:39:39
70 Ayalnesh Dejene  Ethiopia 1:40:04 PB
71 Priyanka  India 1:40:04 PB
72 Vera Santos  Portugal 1:40:27 SB
73 Mihaela Pușcașu  Romania 1:40:38 ~~
74 Masumi Fuchise  Japan 1:40:40
75 Monika Vaiciukevičiūtė  Lithuania 1:40:48
76 Marie Polli   Switzerland 1:40:48 SB >
77 Anel Oosthuizen  South Africa 1:41:12 >
78 Ekaterini Theodoropoulou  Greece 1:41:29 SB
79 Mihaela Acatrinei  Romania 1:41:35 ~
80 Monika Hornáková  Slovakia 1:42:22 >
81 Amandine Marcou  France 1:42:56
82 Nair da Rosa  Brazil 1:43:04 PB
83 Liliane Priscila Barbosa  Brazil 1:43:18 PB
84 Kathleen Burnett  United States 1:43:22
85 Lucie Auffret  France 1:45:19
86 Dana Aydosova  Kazakhstan 1:46:25
87 Erin Gray  United States 1:46:51
88 Danica Gogov  Serbia 1:47:47 PB
Ameni Mannai  Tunisia DNF *[17]
Susana Feitor  Portugal DNF
Khushbir Kaur  India DNF
Cisiane Lopes  Brazil DNF
Maria Michta-Coffey  United States DNF
Beatriz Pascual  Spain DNF
María José Poves  Spain DNF
Kristina Saltanovič  Lithuania DNF
Agnieszka Szwarnóg  Poland DNF >
Despina Zapounidou  Greece DNF
Paulina Buziak  Poland DQ >>>
Bethan Davies  Great Britain DQ ~~~
Sibilla Di Vincenzo  Italy DQ >>>
Eleonora Giorgi  Italy DQ ~~~
Monika Kapera  Poland DQ >>>
Robyn Stevens  United States DNS

Team (Women 20 km)[edit]

[23]

Rank Team Points
1  China 14
2  Australia 40
3  Colombia 58
4  Portugal 64
5  Spain 66
6  Italy 86
7  Ukraine 87
8  Bolivia 101
9  Lithuania 110
10  Ecuador 122
11  Japan 128
12  Greece 151
13  Slovakia 158
14  France 159
15  Brazil 168
16  Ethiopia 181
17  Romania 184
18  Kazakhstan 193
19  United States 208

Women's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

[24]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Penalties
1st place, gold medalist(s) Ma Zhenxia  China 45:25
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Ma Li  China 45:25 ~~
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Valeria Ortuño  Mexico 45:28 AU20R
4 Noemi Stella  Italy 45:55 SB
5 Taika Nummi  Finland 46:08
6 Vivian Castillo  Mexico 46:56 PB ~
7 Clara Smith  Australia 47:10
8 Karla Jaramillo  Ecuador 47:11 NU20R
9 Zhang Lifang  China 47:14
10 Yukiho Mizoguchi  Japan 47:25 ~~
11 Iliana García  Mexico 47:25
12 Evelyn Inga  Peru 47:34 NU20R
13 Leyde Guerra  Peru 47:34 NU20R
14 Tayla Billington  Australia 47:41
15 María Fernanda Montoya  Colombia 47:53 SB
16 Marina Peña  Spain 48:04 PB
17 Zoe Hunt  Australia 48:11 >~~
18 Dimitra Bohori  Greece 48:12 PB
19 Emilia Lehmeyer  Germany 48:13 PB
20 Giada Francesca Ciabini  Italy 48:36
21 Maika Yagi  Japan 48:50
22 Zofia Kreja  Poland 48:50 >>
23 Emma Achurch  Great Britain 48:50 >>
24 Irene Montejo  Spain 49:14
25 Odeth Huanca  Bolivia 49:19
26 Sayori Matsumoto  Japan 49:22 SB
27 Eloïse Terrec  France 49:22 PB
28 Saskia Feige  Germany 49:46 PB
29 Michelle Semblantes  Ecuador 49:48
30 Valeryia Komel  Belarus 49:53
31 Meaghan Podlaski  United States 49:57 NU20R
32 Clemence Beretta  France 50:04 PB
33 Enni Nurmi  Finland 50:06 PB
34 Olga Niedziałek  Poland 50:18 ~~~
35 Teresa Zurek  Germany 50:30 >
36 Camille Aurriere  France 50:38
37 Anali Cisneros  United States 50:38
38 Carmen Escariz  Spain 51:38
39 Anastasia Sanzana  Chile 51:43
40 Carolina Costa  Portugal 51:49
41 Kristina Povorozniuk  Ukraine 51:49
42 Kateřina Maternová  Czech Republic 52:08 ~~
43 Daria Khusainova  Ukraine 52:10 PB
44 Yuliia Balym  Ukraine 52:20
45 Laura Langley  New Zealand 52:53
46 Yelizaveta Spirina  Kazakhstan 53:00 PB
47 Kayla Allen  United States 55:51
Anthea Mirabello  Italy DQ >>>>

Team (Women 10 km junior)[edit]

[25]

Rank Team Points
1  China 3
2  Mexico 9
3  Australia 21
4  Italy 24
5  Peru 25
6  Japan 31
7  Ecuador 37
8  Finland 38
9  Spain 40
10  Germany 47
11  Poland 56
12  France 59
13  United States 68
14  Ukraine 84

Open 50 km[edit]

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Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Penalties
1 Alex Schwazer  Italy 3:39:00 SB
1st place, gold medalist(s) Jared Tallent  Australia 3:42:36 SB
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Igor Glavan  Ukraine 3:44:02 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Marco De Luca  Italy 3:44:47 PB ~
4 Teodorico Caporaso  Italy 3:48:29 PB ~
5 José Ignacio Díaz  Spain 3:51:10 SB
6 Ivan Banzeruk  Ukraine 3:51:57 SB
7 Matteo Giupponi  Italy 3:52:27 SB
8 Jorge Armando Ruiz  Colombia 3:52:27 PB >>
9 Damian Błocki  Poland 3:54:26 SB
10 Rolando Saquipay  Ecuador 3:54:32 SB
11 Francisco Arcilla  Spain 3:55:06 PB
12 Federico Tontodonati  Italy 3:55:17 PB
13 Claudio Villanueva  Ecuador 3:58:56 SB
14 Mikel Odriozola  Spain 3:59:58
15 James Rendón  Colombia 4:00:31 SB
16 Jorge Alejandro Martínez  Mexico 4:00:59 >>
17 Serhiy Budza  Ukraine 4:00:59 SB >>
18 Xu Faguang  China 4:01:36 SB
19 Yerenman Salazar  Venezuela 4:02:48 NR
20 Narcis Mihăilă  Romania 4:03:42 PB
21 Jonnathan Cáceres  Ecuador 4:04:29 SB
22 Pablo Oliva  Spain 4:05:41
23 Luis Henry Campos  Peru 4:05:47 PB
24 Omar Daniel Sierra  Colombia 4:05:56
25 Grzegorz Sudoł  Poland 4:07:53 SB >
26 Jitendra Singh  India 4:08:36 PB >
27 Fredy Hernández  Colombia 4:10:53 SB
28 Marian Zakalnytstyi  Ukraine 4:13:24 SB
29 Zhang Hang  China 4:17:03
30 Dávid Tokodi  Hungary 4:17:22
31 Zhang Lin  China 4:19:43 >
32 Kang Kil-dong  South Korea 4:20:24 PB >
33 Rob Tersteeg  Netherlands 4:21:33 PB
34 Nicholas Christie  United States 4:24:55 SB
35 Steven Washburn  United States 4:28:20 PB ~
36 Michael Mannozzi  United States 4:39:33 PB ~
37 Hatem Ghoula  Tunisia 4:40:50 SB
38 Ozan Pamuk  Turkey 4:44:46 NR
39 Erin Talcott  United States 4:51:08
Marius Cocioran  Romania DNF
Konstadinos Dedopoulos  Greece DNF >
Alejandro Francisco Florez   Switzerland DNF
Jesús Ángel García  Spain DNF
Han Yucheng  China DNF
Pedro Isidro  Portugal DNF
Perseus Karlström  Sweden DNF
Luis Fernando López  Colombia DNF
Ronald Quispe  Bolivia DNF
Chandan Singh  India DNF >
Erik Tysse  Norway DNF
Hugo Andrieu  France DQ >>>
Andriy Hrechkovskyi  Ukraine DQ >>>
Ato Ibáñez  Sweden DQ >>>
Eemeli Kiiski  Finland DQ ~~>
Xavier Le Coz  France DQ ~~~
Liu Jian  China DQ >>>
Ondrej Motl  Czech Republic DQ ~~~
Basanta Bahadur Rana  India DQ >>>
Maciej Rosiewicz  Georgia DQ >>>
Pavel Schrom  Czech Republic DQ >>>
Rafał Sikora  Poland DQ >>>
Edmund Sim  Singapore DQ >>>
Florin Alin Știrbu  Romania DQ >>>
Catalin Suhani  Romania DQ >>>
Ian Whatley  United States DQ >>>
Anders Hansson  Sweden DNS

Team (Open 50 km)[edit]

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Rank Team Points
1  Italy 14
2  Ukraine 25
3  Spain 30
4  Ecuador 44
5  Colombia 47
6  China 78
7  United States 105

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China6309
2 Mexico2125
3 Australia1113
4 Italy*1012
5 Ukraine0202
6 Spain0123
7 Canada0101
 Peru0101
9 Brazil0011
 Colombia0011
 Ecuador0011
 Japan0011
Totals (12 nations)10101030
  • Note: Totals include both individual and team medals, with medals in the team competition counting as one medal.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 398 athletes from 55 countries participated.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Gold medalist in men's 50 km walk  Alex Schwazer (ITA) (3:39:00) was disqualified due to the failed doping test.[12]
  2. ^ Alex Schwazer, who had won the individual race, was later disqualified for doping, but Italy was not taken out of the gold medal team.

References[edit]

  1. ^ IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships Rome 2016 Facts & Figures. IAAF (2016). Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  2. ^ "20 Kilometres Race Walk Women – 2016 IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 31 July 2016.
  3. ^ a b Competition details – IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships Rome 2016. IAAF. Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  4. ^ a b c IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships Rome 2016 Team Manual. IAAF (2016). Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  5. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (2016-05-06). Rome dedicating switched IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships to dead gold medallist. Inside The Games. Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  6. ^ The Shape of Things to Come. SPIKES magazine (2014-11-20). Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  7. ^ Rome and Bydgoszcz to host reallocated 2016 IAAF World Athletics Series events. IAAF (2016-01-07). Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  8. ^ Results 10 Kilometres Race Walk Men. IAAF. Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  9. ^ Results 10 Kilometres Race Walk Men. IAAF. Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  10. ^ Mondiali di marcia: Roma 2016 in TV (in Italian). Roma2016 (2015-05-03). Retrieved on 2016-05-07.
  11. ^ "Italian walker Alex Schwazer determined to clear name after testing positive to steroids".
  12. ^ a b Rio 2016 Olympics: 50km walker Alex Schwazer banned for eight years
  13. ^ "CAS 2016/A/4707Alex Schwazer v. IAAF, NADO Italia, FIDAL & WADA" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-11-05. Retrieved 2018-08-24.
  14. ^ "Doping walker Alex Schwazer handed eight-year ban for second offence". Athletics Weekly. Retrieved 2 August 2017. Schwazer returned to competition this year, winning the IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships in Rome in May where he won the 50km event ahead of Australia’s 2012 Olympic champion Jared Tallent, who will now be awarded gold with Ukrainian Ihor Hlavan being upgraded to silver and fellow Italian Marco de Luca handed bronze.
  15. ^ "ALEX SCHWAZER – ATHLETE HONOURS". iaaf.org. Retrieved 2 August 2017. IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships – f – DQ – Roma – 08 MAY 2016
  16. ^ Men's 20 km results
  17. ^ a b Beyond time limit
  18. ^ Men's 20 km team results
  19. ^ Men's 10 km junior results
  20. ^ Men's 10 km junior team results
  21. ^ Women's 20 km results
  22. ^ Tested positive for higenamine and was disqualified
  23. ^ Women's 20 km team results
  24. ^ Women's 10 km junior results
  25. ^ Women's 10 km junior team results
  26. ^ Open 50 km results
  27. ^ Open 50 km team results

External links[edit]