Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metres

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Men's 100 metres
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Venue Stadium Australia
Date 22-23 September
Competitors 99 from 73 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Maurice Greene  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Obadele Thompson  Barbados
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Athletics at the
2000 Summer Olympics
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The Men's 100 metres at the 2000 Summer Olympics as part of the athletics programme were held at Stadium Australia on Friday 22 September and Saturday 23 September 2000.[1]

The top three runners in each of the initial eleven heats automatically qualified for the second round. The next eight fastest runners from across the heats also qualified. Those 41 runners competed in 5 heats in the second round, with the top three runners from each heat and the single next fastest runner qualifying for the semifinals. There were two semifinals, and only the top four from each heat advanced to the final.

Records[edit]

World and Olympic records prior to the Games.

World Record 9.79 Maurice Greene USA Athens, Greece 16 June 1999
Olympic Record 9.84 Donovan Bailey CAN Atlanta, USA 27 July 1996

Qualification[edit]

Results[edit]

All times shown are in seconds.

  • Q denotes qualification by place in heat.
  • q denotes qualification by overall place.
  • DNS denotes did not start.
  • DNF denotes did not finish.
  • DQ denotes disqualification.
  • NR denotes national record.
  • OR denotes Olympic record.
  • WR denotes world record.
  • PB denotes personal best.
  • SB denotes season best.

Round 1[edit]

Heat 1 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 11:35 am
Wind: -0.6 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =10 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 9 0.317 s 10.31 s Q
2 =10 Patrick Johnson  Australia 3 0.152 s 10.31 s Q
3 25 Venancio Jose  Spain 8 0.169 s 10.36 s Q
4 =33 Martin Lachkovics  Austria 5 0.150 s 10.41 s q
5 =42 Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 6 0.189 s 10.45 s
6 55 Jamal Al-Saffar  Saudi Arabia 2 0.165 s 10.54 s
7 77 Lương Tích Thiện  Vietnam 7 0.245 s 10.85 s
8 84 Pa Modou Gai  The Gambia 1 0.173 s 11.03 s
9 85 Mario Bonello  Malta 4 0.157 s 11.06 s
Heat 2 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 11:41 am
Wind: -0.6 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 7 Marcin Nowak  Poland 9 0.164 s 10.27 s Q
2 =10 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 3 0.152 s 10.31 s Q
3 =17 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 5 0.155 s 10.33 s Q
4 =17 Sayon Cooper  Liberia 6 0.168 s 10.33 s Q
5 =26 David Patros  France 4 0.258 s 10.38 s Q
6 66 Chiang Wai Hung  Hong Kong 2 0.200 s 10.64 s
7 80 Teymur Qasımov  Azerbaijan 1 0.227 s 10.97 s
8 88 Haseri Asli  Brunei 7 0.259 s 11.11 s
9 94 Sisomphone Vongphakdy  Laos 8 0.221 s 11.47 s
Heat 3 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 11:47 am
Wind: +0.4 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 9 Curtis Johnson  United States 1 0.194 s 10.30 s Q
2 =10 Vicente de Lima  Brazil 9 0.159 s 10.31 s Q
3 19 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 2 0.169 s 10.34 s Q
4 =33 Bruny Surin  Canada 6 0.198 s 10.41 s Q
5 46 Renward Wells  Bahamas 8 0.252 s 10.47 s
6 49 Dejan Vojnovic  Croatia 5 0.139 s 10.50 s SB
7 =53 Tommi Hartonen  Finland 4 0.235 s 10.53 s
8 72 Seun Ogunkoya  Nigeria 3 0.193 s 10.72 s
- - Fernando Arlete  Guinea-Bissau 7 0.197 s DNF
Heat 4 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 11:53 am
Wind: -0.5 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 5 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 2 0.239 s 10.23 s Q
2 =20 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 5 0.214 s 10.35 s Q
3 =29 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 7 0.169 s 10.39 s Q
4 32 Stefano Tilli  Italy 6 0.209 s 10.40 s Q
5 =39 Raphael Oliveira  Brazil 8 0.179 s 10.44 s
6 63 Paul Brizzell  Ireland 4 0.205 s 10.62 s
7 =64 Petko Yankov  Bulgaria 3 0.227 s 10.63 s
8 =82 Christopher Adolf  Palau 9 0.147 s 11.01 s NR
9 =82 Toluta'u Koula  Tonga 1 0.215 s 11.01 s
Heat 5 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 11:59 am
Wind: -0.5 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 8 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 1 0.224 s 10.28 s Q
2 =20 Serge Bengono II  Cameroon 7 0.200 s 10.35 s Q
3 =36 Piotr Balcerzak  Poland 5 0.146 s 10.42 s Q
4 38 Tommy Kafri  Israel 9 0.207 s 10.43 s
5 =39 Christian Nsiah  Ghana 2 0.154 s 10.44 s
6 =49 Francesco Scuderi  Italy 3 0.152 s 10.50 s
7 61 Idrissa Sanou  Burkina Faso 4 0.234 s 10.60 s
8 76 Youssouf Simpara  Mali 8 0.218 s 10.82 s
- - Ronald Promesse  Saint Lucia 6 0.272 s DNF
Heat 6 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:05 pm
Wind: +0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =10 Maurice Greene  United States 3 0.195 s 10.31 s Q
2 =29 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 5 0.240 s 10.39 s Q
3 =42 Joseph Batangdon  Cameroon 8 0.192 s 10.45 s Q
4 =51 Andrea Colombo  Italy 9 0.264 s 10.52 s
5 =62 Watson Nyambek  Malaysia 7 0.175 s 10.61 s
6 =67 John Muray  Indonesia 4 0.180 s 10.68 s
7 92 Teina Teiti  Cook Islands 2 0.170 s 11.22 s
- - Cherico Detenamo  Nauru 1 DNS
- - Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6 DNS
Heat 7 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:11 pm
Wind: +0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =20 Stéphan Buckland  Mauritius 2 0.218 s 10.35 s Q
2 =26 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 1 0.171 s 10.38 s Q
3 =29 Donovan Bailey  Canada 6 0.235 s 10.39 s Q
4 =36 Marc Blume  Germany 7 0.208 s 10.42 s
5 =51 Paul di Bella  Australia 9 0.231 s 10.52 s
6 =64 Edgardo Antonio Serpas  El Salvador 4 0.168 s 10.63 s
7 =67 Hadhari Saindou Djaffar  Comoros 3 0.250 s 10.68 s
8 79 Kelsey Nakanelua  American Samoa 5 0.245 s 10.93 s NR
9 95 Jean Randriamamitiana  Madagascar 8 0.210 s 12.50 s
Heat 8 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:17 pm
Wind: +1.9 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 9 0.170 s 10.04 s Q
2 2 Antoine Boussombo  Gabon 1 0.177 s 10.13 s Q =NR
3 3 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 2 0.193 s 10.15 s Q SB
4 6 Ibrahim Meité  Côte d'Ivoire 3 0.191 s 10.24 s q PB
5 =10 Claudio Sousa  Brazil 6 0.222 s 10.31 s Q
6 16 Anninos Marcoullides  Cyprus 8 0.278 s 10.32 s q SB
7 =55 Yanes Raubaba  Indonesia 5 0.247 s 10.54 s
8 86 Oltion Luli  Albania 4 0.235 s 11.08 s
9 93 Mamane Sani Ali  Niger 7 0.219 s 11.25 s SB
Heat 9 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:23 pm
Wind: -1.0 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 4 Jonathan Drummond  United States 5 0.198 s 10.20 s Q
2 =20 Matt Shirvington  Australia 9 0.241 s 10.35 s Q
3 =33 Patrick Jarrett  Jamaica 7 0.146 s 10.41 s Q
4 =47 Anatoliy Dovhal  Ukraine 2 0.174 s 10.48 s
5 =55 Oscar Meneses  Guatemala 8 0.212 s 10.54 s
6 =60 Shigeyuki Kojima  Japan 1 0.217 s 10.59 s
7 70 Caimin Douglas  Netherlands Antilles 6 0.259 s 10.69 s
8 89 Abraham Kepsin  Vanuatu 3 0.172 s 11.12 s PB
9 91 Philam Garcia  Guam 4 0.220 s 11.21 s
Heat 10 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:29 pm
Wind: -0.7 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =26 Jason Gardener  Great Britain 1 0.188 s 10.38 s Q
2 =42 Lindel Frater  Jamaica 3 0.154 s 10.45 s Q
3 =47 Kostyantyn Rurak  Ukraine 5 0.224 s 10.48 s Q
4 =53 Sherwin Vries  Namibia 4 0.165 s 10.53 s
5 =58 Niconnor Alexander  Trinidad and Tobago 2 0.149 s 10.56 s
6 =67 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 9 0.183 s 10.68 s
7 71 Ruslan Rusidze  Georgia 8 0.166 s 10.70 s
8 73 Alpha B. Kamara  Sierra Leone 7 0.162 s 10.74 s
9 =74 Vitaliy Medvedev  Kazakhstan 6 0.209 s 10.75 s
Heat 11 of 11
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 12:35 pm
Wind: -1.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 =20 Christopher Williams  Jamaica 3 0.186 s 10.35 s Q
2 =39 Matthew Quinn  South Africa 5 0.170 s 10.44 s Q
3 =42 Koji Ito  Japan 7 0.234 s 10.45 s Q
4 =55 Héber Viera  Uruguay 6 0.246 s 10.54 s
5 =58 Gabriel Simon  Argentina 4 0.166 s 10.56 s
6 78 Erwin Heru Susanto  Indonesia 8 0.164 s 10.87 s
7 81 Moumi Sebergue  Chad 1 0.249 s 11.00 s
8 87 Guillermo Dongo  Suriname 9 0.197 s 11.10 s
9 90 Nelson Lucas  Seychelles 2 0.218 s 11.15 s
Round 1
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Wind Time Qual. Record
1 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 8 9 1 +1.9 10.04 s Q
2 Antoine Boussombo  Gabon 8 1 2 +1.9 10.13 s Q =NR
3 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 8 2 3 +1.9 10.15 s Q SB
4 Jonathan Drummond  United States 9 5 1 -1.0 10.20 s Q
5 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 4 2 1 -0.5 10.23 s Q
6 Ibrahim Meité  Côte d'Ivoire 8 3 4 +1.9 10.24 s q PB
7 Marcin Nowak  Poland 2 9 1 -0.6 10.27 s Q
8 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 5 1 1 -0.5 10.28 s Q
9 Curtis Johnson  United States 3 1 1 +0.4 10.30 s Q
10 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 2 3 2 -0.6 10.31 s Q
Maurice Greene  United States 6 3 1 +0.2 10.31 s Q
Patrick Johnson  Australia 1 3 2 -0.6 10.31 s Q
Vicente de Lima  Brazil 3 9 2 +0.4 10.31 s Q
Aziz Zakari  Ghana 1 9 1 -0.6 10.31 s Q
Claudio Sousa  Brazil 8 6 5 +1.9 10.32 s q SB
16 Anninos Marcoullides  Cyprus 8 8 6 +1.9 10.32 s q SB
17 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 2 5 3 -0.6 10.33 s Q
Sayon Cooper  Liberia 2 6 4 -0.6 10.33 s Q
19 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 3 2 3 +0.4 10.34 s Q
20 Serge Bengono II  Cameroon 5 7 2 -0.5 10.35 s Q
Stéphan Buckland  Mauritius 7 2 1 +0.3 10.35 s Q
Deji Aliu  Nigeria 4 5 2 -0.5 10.35 s Q
Matt Shirvington  Australia 9 9 2 -1.0 10.35 s Q
Christopher Williams  Jamaica 11 3 1 -1.2 10.35 s Q
25 Venancio Jose  Spain 1 8 3 -0.6 10.36 s Q
26 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 7 1 2 +0.3 10.38 s Q
Jason Gardener  Great Britain 10 1 1 -0.7 10.38 s Q
David Patros  France 2 4 5 -0.6 10.38 s Q
29 Donovan Bailey  Canada 7 6 3 +0.3 10.39 s Q
Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 6 5 2 +0.2 10.39 s Q
Shingo Kawabata  Japan 4 7 3 -0.5 10.39 s Q
32 Stefano Tilli  Italy 4 6 4 -0.5 10.40 s Q
33 Patrick Jarrett  Jamaica 9 7 3 -1.0 10.41 s Q
Martin Lachkovics  Austria 1 5 4 -0.6 10.41 s Q
Bruny Surin  Canada 3 6 4 +0.4 10.41 s Q
36 Piotr Balcerzak  Poland 5 5 3 -0.5 10.42 s Q
Marc Blume  Germany 7 7 4 +0.3 10.42 s
38 Tommy Kafri  Israel 5 9 4 -0.5 10.43 s
39 Matthew Quinn  South Africa 11 5 2 -1.2 10.44 s Q
Christian Nsiah  Ghana 5 2 5 -0.5 10.44 s
Raphael Oliveira  Brazil 4 8 5 -0.5 10.44 s
42 Joseph Batangdon  Cameroon 6 8 3 +0.2 10.45 s Q
Lindel Frater  Jamaica 10 3 2 -0.7 10.45 s Q
Koji Ito  Japan 11 7 3 -1.2 10.45 s Q
Nicolas Macrozonaris  Canada 1 6 5 -0.6 10.45 s
46 Renward Wells  Bahamas 3 8 5 +0.4 10.47 s
47 Kostyantyn Rurak  Ukraine 10 5 3 -0.7 10.48 s Q
Anatoliy Dovhal  Ukraine 9 2 4 -1.0 10.48 s
49 Francesco Scuderi  Italy 5 3 6 -0.5 10.50 s
Dejan Vojnovic  Croatia 3 5 6 +0.4 10.50 s SB
51 Andrea Colombo  Italy 6 9 4 +0.2 10.52 s
Paul di Bella  Australia 7 9 5 +0.3 10.52 s
53 Tommi Hartonen  Finland 3 4 7 +0.4 10.53 s
Sherwin Vries  Namibia 10 4 4 -0.7 10.53 s
55 Oscar Meneses Gonzalez  Guatemala 9 8 5 -1.0 10.54 s
Yanes Raubaba  Indonesia 8 5 7 +1.9 10.54 s
Héber Viera  Uruguay 11 6 4 -1.2 10.54 s
58 Niconnor Alexander  Trinidad and Tobago 10 2 5 -0.7 10.56 s
Gabriel Simon  Argentina 11 4 5 -1.2 10.56 s
60 Shigeyuki Kojima  Japan 9 1 6 -1.0 10.59 s
61 Idrissa Sanou  Burkina Faso 5 4 7 -0.5 10.60 s
62 Watson Nyambek  Malaysia 6 7 5 +0.2 10.61 s
63 Paul Brizzell  Ireland 4 4 6 -0.5 10.62 s
64 Edgardo Antonio Serpas  El Salvador 7 4 6 +0.3 10.63 s
Petko Yankov  Bulgaria 4 3 7 -0.5 10.63 s
66 Wai Hung Chiang  Hong Kong 2 2 6 -0.6 10.64 s
67 Sergey Bychkov  Russia 10 9 6 -0.7 10.68 s
Hadhari Saindou Djaffar  Comoros 7 3 7 +0.3 10.68 s
John Herman Muray  Indonesia 6 4 6 +0.2 10.68 s
70 Caimin Douglas  Netherlands Antilles 9 6 7 -1.0 10.69 s
71 Ruslan Rusidze  Georgia 10 8 7 -0.7 10.70 s
72 Seun Ogunkoya  Nigeria 3 3 8 +0.4 10.72 s
73 Alpha B. Kamara  Sierra Leone 10 7 8 -0.7 10.74 s
74 Jamal A. Al Saffar  Saudi Arabia 1 2 6 -0.6 10.75 s
Vitaliy Medvedev  Kazakhstan 10 6 9 -0.7 10.75 s
76 Youssouf Simpara  Mali 5 8 8 -0.5 10.82 s
77 Tich Thien Luong  Vietnam 1 7 7 -0.6 10.85 s
78 Erwin Heru Susanto  Indonesia 11 8 6 -1.2 10.87 s
79 Kelsey Nakanelua  American Samoa 7 5 8 +0.3 10.93 s NR
80 Teymur Gasimov  Azerbaijan 2 1 7 -0.6 10.97 s
81 Moumi Sebergue  Chad 11 1 7 -1.2 11.00 s
82 Christopher Adolf  Palau 4 9 8 -0.5 11.01 s NR
Toluta'u Koula  Tonga 4 1 9 -0.5 11.01 s
84 Pa Modou Gai  The Gambia 1 1 8 -0.6 11.03 s
85 Mario Bonello  Malta 1 4 9 -0.6 11.06 s
86 Oltion Luli  Albania 8 4 8 +1.9 11.08 s
87 Guillermo Dongo  Suriname 11 9 8 -1.2 11.10 s
88 Haseri Asli  Brunei 2 7 8 -0.6 11.11 s
89 Abraham Kepsin  Vanuatu 9 3 8 -1.0 11.12 s PB
90 Nelson Lucas  Seychelles 11 2 9 -1.2 11.15 s
91 Philam Garcia  Guam 9 4 9 -1.0 11.21 s
92 Teina Teiti  Cook Islands 6 2 7 +0.2 11.22 s
93 Mamane S. Ani Ali  Niger 8 7 9 +1.9 11.25 s SB
94 Sisomphone Vongphakdy  Laos 2 8 9 -0.6 11.47 s
95 Jean Randriamamitiana  Madagascar 7 8 9 +0.3 12.50 s
- Fernando Arlete  Guinea-Bissau 3 7 - +0.4 DNF
Ronald Promesse  Saint Lucia 5 6 - -0.5 DNF
Cherico Detenamo  Nauru 6 1 - +0.2 DNS
Angelos Pavlakakis  Greece 6 6 - +0.2 DNS

Round 2[edit]

Heat 1 of 5
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 8:45 pm
Wind: -1.7 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 2 Maurice Greene  United States 4 0.182 s 10.10 s Q
2 =11 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 2 0.145 s 10.23 s Q
3 26 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 5 0.165 s 10.36 s Q
4 =27 Marcin Nowak  Poland 6 0.186 s 10.37 s
5 =27 Sayon Cooper  Liberia 8 0.147 s 10.37 s
6 31 Ibrahim Meité  Côte d'Ivoire 1 0.191 s 10.40 s
7 34 Serge Bengono II  Cameroon 3 0.222 s 10.46 s
8 39 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 7 0.184 s 10.60 s
Heat 2 of 5
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 8:51 pm
Wind: +0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 3 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 3 0.155 s 10.11 s Q
2 7 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 4 0.222 s 10.19 s Q
3 8 Bruny Surin  Canada 2 0.130 s 10.20 s Q
4 =16 Jason Gardener  Great Britain 5 0.177 s 10.27 s
5 23 Christopher Williams  Jamaica 6 0.187 s 10.30 s
6 25 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 8 0.144 s 10.35 s
7 =29 Piotr Balcerzak  Poland 1 0.152 s 10.38 s
8 =32 Martin Lachkovics  Austria 9 0.189 s 10.44 s
9 37 Joseph Batangdon  Cameroon 7 0.231 s 10.52 s
Heat 3 of 5
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 8:57 pm
Wind: +0.8 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 3 0.187 s 10.04 s Q
2 5 Matt Shirvington  Australia 5 0.142 s 10.13 s Q
3 10 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 6 0.193 s 10.22 s Q
4 =11 Lindel Frater  Jamaica 2 0.185 s 10.23 s Q
5 20 Vicente de Lima  Brazil 4 0.191 s 10.28 s
6 24 David Patros  France 7 0.241 s 10.33 s
7 =29 Kostyantyn Rurak  Ukraine 8 0.191 s 10.38 s
8 40 Donovan Bailey  Canada 1 0.216 s 11.36 s
Heat 4 of 5
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 9:03 pm
Wind: +0.8 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 4 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 4 0.150 s 10.12 s Q
2 6 Jonathan Drummond  United States 5 0.145 s 10.15 s Q
3 14 Koji Ito  Japan 1 0.221 s 10.25 s Q SB
4 15 Stéphan Buckland  Mauritius 6 0.150 s 10.26 s
5 =16 Antoine Boussombo  Gabon 3 0.190 s 10.27 s
6 =16 Stefano Tilli  Italy 7 0.162 s 10.27 s
7 =16 Matthew Quinn  South Africa 2 0.157 s 10.27 s
8 41 Patrick Jarrett  Jamaica 8 0.184 s 16.40 s
Heat 5 of 5
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Time: 9:09 pm
Wind: +0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 9 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 5 0.229 s 10.21 s Q
2 13 Curtis Johnson  United States 3 0.142 s 10.24 s Q
3 =21 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 4 0.181 s 10.29 s Q
4 =21 Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 7 0.144 s 10.29 s
5 =32 Patrick Johnson  Australia 6 0.236 s 10.44 s
6 35 Claudio Sousa  Brazil 1 0.182 s 10.47 s
7 36 Anninos Marcoullides  Cyprus 8 0.183 s 10.48 s
8 38 Venancio Jose  Spain 2 0.189 s 10.53 s
Round 2
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Lane Place Wind Time Qual. Record
1 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 3 3 1 +0.8 10.04 s Q
2 Maurice Greene  United States 1 4 1 -1.7 10.10 s Q
3 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 2 3 1 +0.3 10.11 s Q
4 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 4 1 1 +0.8 10.12 s Q
5 Matt Shirvington  Australia 3 5 2 +0.8 10.13 s Q
6 Jonathan Drummond  United States 4 5 2 +0.8 10.15 s Q
7 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 2 4 2 +0.3 10.19 s Q
8 Bruny Surin  Canada 2 2 3 +0.3 10.20 s Q
9 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 5 5 1 +0.2 10.21 s Q
10 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 3 6 3 +0.8 10.22 s Q
11 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 1 2 2 -1.7 10.23 s Q
Lindel Frater  Jamaica 3 2 4 +0.8 10.23 s Q
13 Curtis Johnson  United States 5 3 2 +0.2 10.24 s Q
14 Koji Ito  Japan 4 1 3 +0.8 10.25 s Q SB
15 Stéphan Buckland  Mauritius 4 6 4 +0.8 10.26 s
16 Antoine Boussombo  Gabon 4 3 5 +0.8 10.27 s
Jason Gardener  Great Britain 2 5 4 +0.3 10.27 s
Matthew Quinn  South Africa 4 2 7 +0.8 10.27 s
Stefano Tilli  Italy 4 7 6 +0.8 10.27 s
20 Vicente de Lima  Brazil 3 4 5 +0.8 10.28 s
21 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 5 4 3 +0.2 10.29 s Q
Georgios Theodoridis  Greece 5 7 4 +0.2 10.29 s
23 Christopher Williams  Jamaica 2 6 5 +0.3 10.30 s
24 David Patros  France 3 7 6 +0.8 10.33 s
25 Freddy Mayola  Cuba 2 8 6 +0.3 10.35 s
26 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 1 5 3 -1.7 10.36 s Q
27 Sayon Cooper  Liberia 1 8 5 -1.7 10.37 s
Marcin Nowak  Poland 1 6 4 -1.7 10.37 s
29 Piotr Balcerzak  Poland 2 1 7 +0.3 10.38 s
Kostyantyn Rurak  Ukraine 3 8 7 +0.8 10.38 s
31 Ibrahim Meité  Côte d'Ivoire 1 1 6 -1.7 10.40 s
32 Patrick Johnson  Australia 5 6 5 +0.2 10.44 s
Martin Lachkovics  Austria 2 9 8 +0.3 10.44 s
34 Serge Bengono II  Cameroon 1 3 7 -1.7 10.46 s
35 Claudio Sousa  Brazil 5 1 6 +0.2 10.47 s
36 Anninos Marcoullides  Cyprus 5 8 7 +0.2 10.48 s
37 Joseph Batangdon  Cameroon 2 7 9 +0.3 10.52 s
38 Venancio Jose  Spain 5 2 8 +0.2 10.53 s
39 Shingo Kawabata  Japan 1 7 8 -1.7 10.60 s
40 Donovan Bailey  Canada 3 1 8 +0.8 11.36 s
41 Patrick Jarrett  Jamaica 3 1 8 +0.8 16.40 s

Semi Final[edit]

Semi Final 1
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Time: 6:50 pm
Wind: +0.4 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 4 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 5 0.164 s 10.14 s Q
2 5 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 4 0.189 s 10.15 s Q
3 7 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 3 0.161 s 10.19 s Q
4 8 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 6 0.184 s 10.20 s Q
5 9 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 7 0.220 s 10.25 s
6 11 Curtis Johnson  United States 1 0.146 s 10.27s
7 13 Koji Ito  Japan 2 0.217 s 10.39 s
8 15 Lindel Frater  Jamaica 8 0.203 s 10.46 s
Semi Final 2
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Time: 6:57 pm
Wind: +0.2 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Qual. Record
Heat Overall
1 1 Maurice Greene  United States 5 0.227 s 10.06 s Q
2 2 Jonathan Drummond  United States 3 0.137 s 10.10 s Q
3 3 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 4 0.212 s 10.13 s Q
4 6 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 1 0.236 s 10.16 s Q
5 10 Matt Shirvington  Australia 6 0.166 s 10.26 s
6 12 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 8 0.253 s 10.32 s
7 14 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 7 0.163 s 10.45 s
- - Bruny Surin  Canada 2 0.151 s DNF
Semi Finals
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation SF Lane Place Wind Time Qual. Record
1 Maurice Greene  United States 2 5 1 +0.2 10.06 s Q
2 Jonathan Drummond  United States 2 3 2 +0.2 10.10 s Q
3 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 2 4 3 +0.2 10.13 s Q
4 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 1 5 1 +0.4 10.14 s Q
5 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 1 4 2 +0.4 10.15 s Q
6 Aziz Zakari  Ghana 2 1 4 +0.2 10.16 s Q
7 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 1 3 3 +0.4 10.19 s Q
8 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 6 4 +0.4 10.20 s Q
9 Leo Myles-Mills  Ghana 1 7 5 +0.4 10.25 s
10 Matt Shirvington  Australia 2 6 5 +0.2 10.26 s
11 Curtis Johnson  United States 1 1 6 +0.4 10.27 s
12 Deji Aliu  Nigeria 2 8 6 +0.2 10.32 s
13 Koji Ito  Japan 1 2 7 +0.4 10.39 s
14 Sunday Emmanuel  Nigeria 2 7 7 +0.2 10.45 s
15 Lindel Frater  Jamaica 1 8 8 +0.4 10.46 s
- Bruny Surin  Canada 2 2 - +0.2 DNF

Final[edit]

The three medallists celebrating
Final
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Time: 8:20 pm
Wind: -0.3 m/s
Place Athlete Nation Lane Reaction Time Record
1 Maurice Greene  United States 5 0.197 s 9.87 s
2 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 8 0.136 s 9.99 s
3 Obadele Thompson  Barbados 4 0.216 s 10.04 s
4 Dwain Chambers  Great Britain 3 0.174 s 10.08 s SB
5 Jon Drummond  United States 6 0.147 s 10.09 s
6 Darren Campbell  Great Britain 1 0.193 s 10.13 s
7 Kim Collins  Saint Kitts and Nevis 7 0.210 s 10.17 s
- Aziz Zakari  Ghana 2 0.180 s DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Athletics at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games: Men's 100 metres". Sports Reference. Retrieved 7 July 2017. 

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