Athletics at the 2003 Summer Universiade – Men's 100 metres

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The men's 100 metres event at the 2003 Summer Universiade was held in Daegu, South Korea with the final on 26 August.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Chris Lambert
 Great Britain
Leigh Julius
 South Africa
Dejan Vojnović
 Croatia

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Wind:
Heat 1: +0.2 m/s, Heat 2: +0.6 m/s, Heat 3: -0.3 m/s, Heat 4: +0.6 m/s, Heat 5: -0.1 m/s, Heat 6: -0.4 m/s, Heat 7: -0.1 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Chris Lambert  Great Britain 10.33 Q
1 4 Aleksandr Ryabov  Russia 10.53 Q
1 1 Leigh Julius  South Africa 10.55 Q
1 7 Wang Peng  China 10.58 Q
2 4 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 10.59 Q
2 5 Nobuhiro Tajima  Japan 10.59 Q
1 6 Dejan Vojnović  Croatia 10.60 Q
1 3 Kazuki Ishikura  Japan 10.62 Q[1]
2 6 Nazmizan Mohamed  Malaysia 10.62 Q
2 7 Boštjan Fridrih  Slovenia 10.63 Q
2 3 Roman Smirnov  Russia 10.64 Q[1]
3 3 Liu Yuan-kai  Chinese Taipei 10.69 Q[1]
3 5 Thobias Akwenye  Namibia 10.70 Q
2 1 Gergely Németh  Hungary 10.71 Q
1 2 Malang Sané  Senegal 10.71 Q
4 5 Kang Tae-suk  South Korea 10.71 Q
2 2 Adam Miller  Australia 10.75 Q[2]
3 4 Xavier James  Bermuda 10.73 Q[3]
3 2 Benedictus Botha  Namibia 10.80 Q
4 3 Craig Bearda  New Zealand 10.87 Q[1]
3 1 Prabashitha Caldera  Sri Lanka 10.93 Q
5 3 Lai Ka Pun Ryan  Hong Kong 10.93 q[1]
6 3 Koffi Arsene Kouadio  Ivory Coast 10.95 [1]
3 7 Raymond Diogo  Uganda 11.10 Q
4 6 Md. Abdulla Hel Kafi  Bangladesh 11.24 Q
5 7 Wilfried Bingangoye  Gabon 11.24
4 1 Boikaego Ennetse  Botswana 11.35 Q
7 3 Jaffar Shah  Pakistan 11.38 [1]
5 1 Lei Ka In  Macau 11.45
8 3 Thushanthan Ariyanayakam  Sri Lanka 11.45 [1]
6 2 Rory Forde  Guyana 11.73 [3]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Wind:
Heat 1: +0.8 m/s, Heat 2: -2.0 m/s, Heat 3: -0.1 m/s, Heat 4: +1.9 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Chris Lambert  Great Britain 10.31 Q[4]
2 1 Nazmizan Mohamed  Malaysia 10.38 Q
1 4 Nobuhiro Tajima  Japan 10.39 Q
2 4 Wang Peng  China 10.40 Q
3 1 Kazuki Ishikura  Japan 10.42 Q
4 1 Kang Tae-suk  South Korea 10.49 Q
1 3 Leigh Julius  South Africa 10.53 Q
3 4 Thobias Akwenye  Namibia 10.57 Q
4 4 Liu Yuan-kai  Chinese Taipei 10.61 Q
1 2 Dejan Vojnović  Croatia 10.62 Q[1]
2 2 Aleksandr Ryabov  Russia 10.66 Q[1]
2 3 Roman Smirnov  Russia 10.68 Q
2 3 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 10.68 Q
5 4 Xavier James  Bermuda 10.69 [3]
4 3 Adam Miller  Australia 10.70 Q[2]
3 2 Boštjan Fridrih  Slovenia 10.74 Q[1]
5 3 Malang Sané  Senegal 10.77
4 2 Gergely Németh  Hungary 10.79 Q[1]
6 1 Prabashitha Caldera  Sri Lanka 10.81
5 2 Benedictus Botha  Namibia 10.90 [1]
7 4 Raymond Diogo  Uganda 10.92
6 2 Lai Ka Pun Ryan  Hong Kong 10.94 [1]
7 2 Craig Bearda  New Zealand 11.06 [1]
8 1 Boikaego Ennetse  Botswana 11.36
8 2 Md. Abdulla Hel Kafi  Bangladesh 11.43 [1]

Semifinals[edit]

Wind:
Heat 1: -0.1 m/s, Heat 2: -2.2 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Chris Lambert  Great Britain 10.38 Q
2 2 Dejan Vojnović  Croatia 10.58 Q
3 1 Wang Peng  China 10.60 Q
4 2 Leigh Julius  South Africa 10.61 Q
5 1 Kazuki Ishikura  Japan 10.66 Q
5 2 Aleksandr Ryabov  Russia 10.66 Q
5 2 Nobuhiro Tajima  Japan 10.66 Q
8 2 Nazmizan Mohamed  Malaysia 10.68
9 1 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 10.69 Q
10 1 Gergely Németh  Hungary 10.71
11 1 Roman Smirnov  Russia 10.73
12 2 Kang Tae-suk  South Korea 10.76
13 2 Boštjan Fridrih  Slovenia 10.79
14 2 Adam Miller  Australia 10.81 [2]
15 1 Thobias Akwenye  Namibia 10.83
16 1 Liu Yuan-kai  Chinese Taipei 10.86

Final[edit]

Wind: -1.2 m/s

Rank Lane Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Chris Lambert  Great Britain 10.44
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 Leigh Julius  South Africa 10.50
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Dejan Vojnović  Croatia 10.58
4 2 Nobuhiro Tajima  Japan 10.60
5 7 Aleksandr Ryabov  Russia 10.65
6 6 Wang Peng  China 10.66
7 1 Kazuki Ishikura  Japan 10.71
8 8 Matic Šušteršic  Slovenia 10.85

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