Athletics at the 2012 Summer Paralympics – Men's 100 metres T13

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Men's 100 metres T13
at the XIV Paralympic Games
Venue London Olympic Stadium
Dates 31 August and 1 September
Competitors 15 from 13 nations
Gold medal    Ireland
Silver medal    Cuba
Bronze medal    South Africa
Athletics at the
2012 Summer Paralympics
Athletics pictogram (Paralympics).svg
T/F11–13: Blind and visually impaired
T/F20: Intellectual disability
T/F31–38: Cerebral palsy
F40: Les Autres
T/F42–46: Amputees
T/F51–58: Spinal cord disability
Men T/F11–13
100 m   T11   T12   T13
200 m T11 T12 T13
400 m T11 T12 T13
800 m T12 T13
1500 m T11 T13
5000 m T11 T12
4×100 m relay T11–13
Marathon T12
Long jump F11 F13
Triple jump F11 F12
Shot put F11–12
Discus throw F11
Javelin throw F12–13
Women T/F11–13
100 m   T11   T12   T13
200 m T11 T12
400 m T12 T13
1500 m T12
Long jump F11–12 F13
Shot put F11–12
Discus throw F11–12
Javelin throw F12–13

The Men's 100m T13 event for the 2012 Summer Paralympics took place at the London Olympic Stadium on 31 August and on 1 September.[1]

The T13 category is for athletes with a moderate visual impairment. Athletes in this category have a variety of visual impairments, but can typically recognize contours from a distance of 2 to 6 metres. Athletes in this category do not typically require a guide.



Heats took place on 31 August 2012. Jason Smyth broke his own world record in 10.54, while Jonathan Ntutu broke the African record.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Jason Smyth Ireland 10.54 Q, WR
2 1 Luis Felipe Gutierrez Cuba 10.94 Q
3 2 Jonathan Ntutu South Africa 11.00 Q, AF
4 2 Radoslav Zlatanov Bulgaria 11.10 Q
5 2 Alexey Labzin Russia 11.15 Q
6 1 Artem Loginov Russia 11.16 Q
7 2 André Andrade Brazil 11.22 q
8 1 Braedon Samuel Dolfo Canada 11.26 q
9 1 Ayoub Chaoui Morocco 11.37
10 2 Philipp Handler Switzerland 11.45
11 2 Songwut Lamsan Thailand 11.59
12 1 Joan Munar Martinez Spain 11.60
13 2 Mohammed Fannouna Palestine 11.88
14 1 Biondi Misasi Suriname 11.92
15 2 Mohamed Amguoun Morocco 12.66


The final took place on 1 September 2012. Jason Smyth of Ireland won gold in a new world record time of 10.46. Luis Felipe Gutierrez took silver for his second medal of the Games, with the South African Ntutu just clinching bronze.

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Jason Smyth Ireland 10.46 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Luis Felipe Gutierrez Cuba 11.02
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jonathan Ntutu South Africa 11.03
4 Alexey Labzin Russia 11.03
5 Artem Loginov Russia 11.18
6 Radoslav Zlatanov Bulgaria 11.25
7 Braedon Samuel Dolfo Canada 11.27
8 André Andrade Brazil 11.28


  1. ^ "Athletics - Schedule & Results". Official site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Retrieved 16 August 2012.