Athletics at the 2011 Summer Universiade – Men's 800 metres

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The men's 800 metres event at the 2011 Summer Universiade was held on 19–21 August.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Lachlan Renshaw
 Australia
Teng Haining
 China
Fred Samoei
 Kenya

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Fred Samoei  Kenya 1:46.23 Q
2 2 Ahmed Mainy  Morocco 1:47.65 Q, PB
3 2 Anis Ananenka  Belarus 1:48.95 Q
4 4 Vitalij Kozlov  Lithuania 1:49.74 Q
5 4 Lachlan Renshaw  Australia 1:49.77 Q
6 4 Ryan Martin  United States 1:49.90 Q
7 4 Tommy Granlund  Sweden 1:49.99 q
8 2 Abdelmadjed Touil  Algeria 1:50.13 q
9 6 Joe Thomas  Great Britain 1:50.18 Q
10 5 Vyacheslav Sokolov  Russia 1:50.20 Q
11 5 Lutimar Paes  Brazil 1:50.26 Q
12 6 James Kaan  Australia 1:50.37 Q
13 5 Tlou Seloba  South Africa 1:50.41 Q
14 6 Otlaadisa Segosebe  Botswana 1:50.41 Q, PB
15 6 Roman Fosti  Estonia 1:50.94 q
16 1 Sören Ludolph  Germany 1:50.98 Q
17 1 André Olivier  South Africa 1:51.02 Q
18 1 Cihat Ulus  Turkey 1:51.09 Q
19 3 Teng Haining  China 1:51.21 Q
20 3 Rafith Rodríguez  Colombia 1:51.24 Q
21 1 Vid Tršan  Slovenia 1:51.32
22 7 Mahfoud Brahimi  Algeria 1:51.36 Q
23 7 Oleksandr Osmolovych  Ukraine 1:51.59 Q
24 6 Jowayne Hibbert  Jamaica 1:51.81
25 3 Sajjad Moradi  Iran 1:51.88 Q
26 4 Mohd Jironi Riduan  Malaysia 1:51.90 SB
27 5 Ivan Obezchik  Kazakhstan 1:52.04
28 3 Edgar Cortez  Nicaragua 1:52.05
29 5 Moslem Niadoost  Iran 1:52.08
30 7 Casimir Loxsom  United States 1:52.09 Q
31 3 Jaden Ostapowich  Canada 1:52.18
32 7 Dušan Babić  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:52.39
33 6 Alex Ngouari-Mouissi  Republic of the Congo 1:52.66 PB
34 2 Ragnar Lipp  Estonia 1:52.72 SB
35 7 Farkhod Kuralov  Tajikistan 1:52.82
36 2 Mervin Guarte  Philippines 1:53.32
37 2 Matias Reedtz  Denmark 1:53.47
38 2 Julio Pérez  Peru 1:53.71
39 1 Nimet Gashi  Albania 1:55.38 PB
40 7 Lee Mooyong  South Korea 1:55.60
41 3 Merab Kinnidze  Georgia 1:55.66
42 4 Marius Schneider  Norway 1:56.46
43 5 Benjamin Njia  Uganda 1:56.76
44 1 Varasiko Tomeru  Fiji 1:57.31
45 7 Seymour Walter  United States Virgin Islands 1:58.16
46 4 Christopher Svensson  Sweden 1:58.36
47 4 Said Al Mandhari  Oman 1:59.26
48 6 Khalid Mohhamed Hazazi  Saudi Arabia 2:00.02
49 5 Qais Al Rawahi  Oman 2:00.20
50 3 Charlton Sunter  Netherlands Antilles 2:03.26
51 1 Moussargue Tchoumgoyo  Chad 2:06.93
52 5 Md Abdul Momin Mamun  Bangladesh DNS

Semifinals[edit]

Qualification: First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Fred Samoei  Kenya 1:46.91 Q
2 2 Casimir Loxsom  United States 1:47.10 Q
3 2 Vyacheslav Sokolov  Russia 1:47.15 q
4 2 Teng Haining  China 1:47.27 q, PB
5 2 André Olivier  South Africa 1:47.48
6 2 Ahmed Mainy  Morocco 1:47.54 PB
7 1 Sören Ludolph  Germany 1:47.98 Q
8 1 Lachlan Renshaw  Australia 1:48.03 Q
8 3 Lutimar Paes  Brazil 1:48.03 Q
10 3 Ryan Martin  United States 1:48.07 Q
11 3 Sajjad Moradi  Iran 1:48.10
12 3 Mahfoud Brahimi  Algeria 1:48.11
13 1 Rafith Rodríguez  Colombia 1:48.17
14 2 Vitalij Kozlov  Lithuania 1:48.29
15 1 Abdelmadjed Touil  Algeria 1:48.92
16 1 Joe Thomas  Great Britain 1:49.04
17 1 Tommy Granlund  Sweden 1:49.09
18 2 James Kaan  Australia 1:49.41
19 3 Oleksandr Osmolovych  Ukraine 1:49.46
20 1 Anis Ananenka  Belarus 1:49.53
21 1 Otlaadisa Segosebe  Botswana 1:49.81 PB
22 3 Cihat Ulus  Turkey 1:50.30
23 3 Roman Fosti  Estonia 1:50.77
24 3 Tlou Seloba  South Africa 1:53.81

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Lachlan Renshaw  Australia 1:46.36
2nd, silver medalist(s) Teng Haining  China 1:46.62 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Fred Samoei  Kenya 1:46.72
4 Casimir Loxsom  United States 1:46.73
5 Lutimar Paes  Brazil 1:47.23
6 Vyacheslav Sokolov  Russia 1:47.80
7 Sören Ludolph  Germany 1:48.33
8 Ryan Martin  United States 1:51.89

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