Athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's heptathlon

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Women's heptathlon
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
VenueOlympic Stadium
Date12–13 August 2016
Competitors31 from 21 nations
Winning result6810 NR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Brianne Theisen-Eaton  Canada
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The women's heptathlon competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was won by Nafissatou Thiam of Belgium. The event was held at the Olympic Stadium on 12–13 August.[1]

Summary[edit]

The defending 2012 Olympic champion and the 2015 World Champion, Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill ranked second on the years rankings with 6733 points. The 2015 World runner-up Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Canada topped the season's lists with 32 points more. Katarina Johnson-Thompson had one of the highest personal best scores, though her fitness for the two-day event was in question, ranking 17th in the world. Other strong entrants included 2016 European Champion Anouk Vetter and world medallist Laura Ikauniece-Admidiņa (ranked third and fourth for the season).[2][3] While South American Champion Evelis Aguilar from Colombia did not reach the top 10 she improved her personal best in 5 events during the competition.

Day one[edit]

In the first event Ennis-Hill was the expected top finisher with 12.84 seconds (her best in a championship since the London Olympics). Theisen-Eaton was off her best at 13.18 and Johnson-Thompson was a tenth off her own. The top three performers were rounded out by Barbadian Akela Jones (13.00) and Dutchwoman Nadine Visser (13.02).[4]

World heptathlon bests came in the high jump, courtesy of Belgium's Nafissatou Thiam and Johnson-Thompson's clearances of 1.98 m (the latter setting an outright British record). The pair led the rankings after the second event. Jones was short of her best but still cleared 1.89 m to place fourth. Ennis-Hill and Theisen-Eaton performed close to their best and remained in the top five overall.[5]

Despite an elbow injury, Thiam topped the shot put with 14.91 m to take the lead in the third round. Solid marks from Ennis-Hill, Theisen-Eaton and Jones saw them remain in the top five. Her weakest event, Johnson-Thompson slid to out of the lead and into sixth place after a poor 11.68 m. Germany's Carolin Schafer moved into the top five with a personal best. Barbara Nwaba and Visser placed in the top three of this event but remained outside the top eight.[6]

In the last event of the day, Johnson-Thompson was best in the 200 m, winning in 23.26 seconds to lift herself back to fourth. Ennis-Hill was the next best, moving into the lead as a result, and Thiam was in second after delivering her best first-day performance. Jones and Schafer made up the top five, while a slow run from Theisen-Eaton saw her drop to sixth.[7]

Day two[edit]

Thiam regained the lead as a result of a 6.58 m personal best in the long jump. Britain's Ennis-Hill and Johnson-Thompson both were a little short of their best with 6.34 m and 6.51 m, respectively, but remained in the top three. Akela Jones stayed in fourth place. Theisen-Eaton scored over 1000 points in the event, but remained nearly 150 points off the lead in fifth. Claudia Rath was the second best performer of the round with 6.55 m but was down the order in 14th.[8]

Despite carrying an elbow injury, Thiam excelled in the javelin with a personal best of 53.13 m. Ennis-Hill remained in second through her throw of 46.06 m, while Theisen-Eaton's 47.36 m put her ahead of fourth-placed Schäfer. A poor throw of 36.36 m pushed Johnson-Thompson out of medal contention. Latvia's Laura Ikauniece-Admidina was the best of the round with 55.93 m, moving into fifth before the final event. Sofía Yfantídou of Greece was the other strong performer of the event with 54.57 m, moving her out of last place.[9][10]

At the start of the seventh event, Thiam had a 142-point lead worth nearly ten seconds for the 800 m. In the final race, Ennis-Hill took to the front and was on for a personal best at the halfway point, trailed by Theisen-Eaton, Johnson-Thompson and Ikauniece-Admidina. The Briton finished the race in first with 2:09.07 minutes (a season's best). Latvia's Ikauniece-Admidina had a personal best to finish second, but with Theisen-Eaton, close behind, she retained her bronze medal spot. Thiam ran her fifth lifetime best of the competition ended with 2:16.54 minutes. She remained 35 points clear at the top of the leaderboard and won the gold medal in a Belgian national record of 6810 points. Ennis-Hill relinquished her title with a 6775-point silver medal performance while Theisen-Eaton made her first Olympic podium in 6653 points. The standard of the performances in the field was high, with six women going beyond 6500 points in a heptathlon for the first time and best ever score for placings across the field from sixth onwards (bar ninth and twelfth).[11] The event would ultimately prove to be Ennis-Hill's final major competition, as she announced her retirement from athletics two months later.[12]

The medals were presented by Pierre-Olivier Beckers-Vieujant, IOC member, Belgium and Sylvia Barlag, Council Member of the IAAF.

Competition format[edit]

The heptathlon consists of seven track and field events, with a points system that awards higher scores for better results in each of the seven components. The seven event scores are summed to give a total for the heptathlon.

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing World and Olympic records were as follows.

World record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7291 pts Seoul, South Korea 23–24 September 1988
Olympic record
2016 World leading  Brianne Theisen Eaton (CAN) 6765 pts Götzis, Austria 29–30 May 2016

The following national records were established during the competition:

Country Athlete Points Notes
Belgium  Nafissatou Thiam (BEL) 6810 WL
Cuba  Yorgelis Rodríguez (CUB) 6452 =
Country Athlete Event Height Notes
Great Britain  Katarina Johnson-Thompson (GBR) High jump 1.98 m WHB

Schedule[edit]

All times are Brasilia Time (UTC-3)

Date Time Round
Friday, 12 August 2016 09:35
10:50
20:35
22:05
100 metres hurdles
High jump
Shot put
200 metres
Saturday, 13 August 2016 11:45
20:00
22:50
Long jump
Javelin throw
800 metres

Detailed results[edit]

KEY: WHB World Heptathlon Best OHB Olympic Heptathlon Best NR National Record PB Personal Best SB Seasonal Best DQ Disqualified DNS Did not start DNF Did not finish

100 metres hurdles[edit]

Wind:
Heat 1: -0.2 m/s, Heat 2: +0.3 m/s, Heat 3: -0.3 m/s, Heat 4: 0.0 m/s[13]

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Result Points Notes
1 4 Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 12.84 1149
2 4 Akela Jones  Barbados 13.00 1124
3 4 Nadine Visser  Netherlands 13.02 1121
4 4 Kendell Williams  United States 13.04 1118
5 4 Carolin Schafer  Germany 13.12 1106 PB
6 4 Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada 13.18 1097
7 4 Katerina Cachova  Czech Republic 13.19 1096
8 2 Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia 13.33 1075
9 4 Antoinette Nana Djimou  France 13.37 1069
10 3 Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 13.47 1055
11 3 Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain 13.48 1053
12 2 Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 13.56 1041 PB
2 Nadine Broersen  Netherlands
3 Heather Miller-Koch  United States
15 3 Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba 13.61 1034
16 3 Claudia Rath  Germany 13.63 1031
17 3 Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine 13.66 1027
3 Xénia Krizsán  Hungary
19 2 Jennifer Oeser  Germany 13.69 1023
20 3 Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria 13.75 1014
21 1 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 13.79 1008 PB
22 2 Barbara Nwaba  United States 13.81 1005
23 1 Ivona Dadic  Austria 13.84 1001
1 Evelis Aguilar  Colombia PB
25 2 Sofia Yfantidou  Greece 13.99 980
26 1 Eliska Klucinova  Czech Republic 14.07 968
2 Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico
28 1 Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine 14.10 964
29 1 Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 14.24 945
30 1 Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan 15.21 814
2 Grit Sadeiko  Estonia DNF 0

High jump[edit]

[14]

Key

  • o = Height cleared
  • x = Height failed
  • = Height passed
  • r  = Retired
  • SB = Season's best
  • PB = Personal best
  • NR = National record
  • AR = Area record
  • OR = Olympic record
  • WR = World record
  • WL = World lead
  • NM = No mark
  • DNS = Did not start
  • DQ = Disqualified
Rank Group Name Nationality 1.56 1.59 1.62 1.65 1.68 1.71 1.74 1.77 1.80 1.83 1.86 1.89 1.92 1.95 1.98 2.01 Result Points Notes Overall Overall rank
1 A Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium o o o o xxo o xxx 1.98 1211 WHB, PB 2252 2
A Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain o o o o o xo xxx 1.98 WHB, NR 2264 1
3 A Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain o o o o xo xo xxx 1.89 1093 SB 2242 3
A Akela Jones  Barbados o xo xxo xo xxo o xxo xxx 1.89 2217 4
5 A Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada o o o xxo o xxx 1.86 1054 SB 2151 5
A Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary o o xo o o xxo xo xxx 1.86 PB 2062 10
A Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba o o o xxo xxx 1.86 2088 8
B Jennifer Oeser  Germany o o o o o xxo xxx 1.86 PB 2077 9
9 B Carolin Schafer  Germany o o o o o xxx 1.83 1016 SB 2122 7
A Barbara Nwaba  United States o o xo xo xxx 1.83 2012 12
A Kendell Williams  United States o o o xo xxo xxx 1.83 2134 6
12 A Eliska Klucinova  Czech Republic o o o o o xxx 1.80 978 1946 22
A Alina Fyodorova  Ukraine o o o o xxo xxx 1.80 1942 24
B Heather Miller-Koch  United States xo o o o o xxo xxx 1.80 2019 13
15 A Katerina Cachova  Czech Republic o o o o xxx 1.77 941 2037 11
B Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine xo xo xxo o xxx 1.77 SB 1968 18
B Ivona Dadic  Austria o o o xo xxx 1.77 SB 1942 23
B Anouk Vetter  Netherlands xo o o xxo xo xxx 1.77 SB 1996 16
A Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria xo o o xxo xxx 1.77 1955 20
A Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia xo xo xo xxo xxx 1.77 2016 14
B Xénia Krizsán  Hungary o o o o xxo xxx 1.77 SB 1968 18
B Antoinette Nana Djimou  France o o o o xxo xxx 1.77 SB 2010 15
B Nadine Broersen  Netherlands o xo xxo xxx 1.77 SB 1982 17
24 B Claudia Rath  Germany o o o o xxx 1.74 903 1934 25
B Evelis Aguilar  Colombia xo o o o xo xo xxx 1.74 PB 1904 26
26 A Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico o xxx 1.68 830 1798 27
B Vanessa Chefer  Brazil o o o xxx 1.68 1775 29
B Nadine Visser  Netherlands o o xxo xxx 1.68 1951 21
29 B Sofia Yfantidou  Greece o o o o xxx 1.65 795 SB 1775 28
B Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan xo xr 1.65 1609 30
B Grit Sadeiko  Estonia NM 0 DNS 0

Shot put[edit]

[15][16]

Rank Group Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Overall Overall rank
1 B Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 14.41 13.30 14.91 14.91 855 3107 1
2 B Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida  France 14.88 14.75 14.74 14.88 853 2863 10
3 A Barbara Nwaba  United States 13.59 13.96 14.81 14.81 848 2869 9
4 A Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 14.78 x 14.41 14.78 846 2842 12
5 B Carolin Schafer  Germany 13.83 13.86 14.57 14.57 832 PB 2954 4
6 B Eliska Klucinova  Czech Republic 14.41 x x 14.41 821 2767 15
7 A Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 14.39 x 13.95 14.39 820 2882 8
8 A Alina Fodorova  Ukraine x x 14.38 14.38 820 2761 16
9 B Jennifer Oeser  Germany 14.28 13.67 13.91 14.28 813 SB 2890 7
10 A Akela Jones  Barbados 13.31 14.09 12.34 14.09 800 3017 3
11 A Nadine Broersen  Netherlands 13.84 x 14.04 14.04 797 2779 13
12 B Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 13.44 13.34 13.86 13.86 785 3027 2
13 B Xénia Krizsán  Hungary 13.14 13.65 13.78 13.78 779 2747 17
14 B Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba 12.58 13.69 x 13.69 773 2861 11
15 A Evelis Aguilar  Colombia 11.66 13.60 12.23 13.60 767 PB 2671 24
16 B Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia 13.52 13.38 13.15 13.52 762 2778 14
17 A Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada 13.36 13.45 13.36 13.45 757 2908 5
18 A Ivona Dadic  Austria 13.09 13.43 x 13.43 756 2698 22
19 B Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine 12.73 12.43 13.25 13.25 744 2712 21
20 B Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria 11.67 12.86 13.15 13.15 737 PB 2692 23
21 A Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 13.04 x 13.06 13.06 731 2506 27
22 B Sofia Yfantidou  Greece x 12.97 12.75 12.97 725 2500 28
23 A Heather Miller-Koch  United States 12.45 12.91 12.91 12.91 721 2740 19
24 B Nadine Visser  Netherlands 12.31 12.84 12.11 12.84 717 SB 2668 25
25 A Claudia Rath  Germany 12.83 12.54 12.76 12.83 716 2650 26
26 A Katerina Cachova  Czech Republic 11.58 11.95 12.38 12.38 686 2723 20
27 A Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain x 11.68 11.19 11.68 640 2904 6
28 A Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico 11.36 10.84 10.88 11.36 619 2417 29
29 B Kendell Williams  United States 11.21 x x 11.21 609 2743 18
B Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan NM 0 DNS 1609 30
A Grit Sadeiko  Estonia NM 0 DNS 0

200 metres[edit]

Wind: -0.7, +0.4, +0.0, -0.1 m/s.[17][18]

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Result Points Notes Overall Overall rank
1 4 Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain 23.26 1053 3957 4
2 4 Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 23.49 1030 4057 1
3 4 Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia 23.76 1004 3782 9
4 3 Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 23.93 987 3829 7
5 4 Carolin Schäfer  Germany 23.99 982 3936 5
6 4 Kendell Williams  United States 24.09 972 3715 14
7 2 Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 24.11 970 SB 3476 27
8 4 Evelis Aguilar  Colombia 24.12 969 3640 17
9 4 Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada 24.18 963 3871 6
10 3 Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba 24.26 956 3817 8
11 3 Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic 24.32 950 3673 15
12 1 Nadine Visser  Netherlands 24.34 948 3616 22
13 4 Akela Jones  Barbados 24.35 947 3964 3
14 3 Claudia Rath  Germany 24.48 935 3585 26
15 3 Ivona Dadic  Austria 24.60 924 3622 20
2 Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine 24.60 SB 3636 18
17 3 Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria 24.67 917 3609 24
18 2 Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico 24.74 911 3328 28
19 3 Barbara Nwaba  United States 24.77 908 3777 11
20 1 Nadine Broersen  Netherlands 24.94 892 SB 3671 16
21 3 Heather Miller-Koch  United States 24.97 890 3630 19
22 2 Jennifer Oeser  Germany 24.99 888 3778 10
23 2 Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida  France 25.07 880 3743 12
24 1 Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 25.10 878 3985 2
25 2 Xénia Krizsán  Hungary 25.24 865 3612 23
26 2 Eliška Klučinová  Czech Republic 25.37 853 3620 21
27 1 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 25.38 852 SB 3734 13
28 1 Alina Fodorova  Ukraine 25.44 847 3608 25
29 1 Sofia Yfantidou  Greece 26.32 769 3269 29
N/A Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan DNS 0 1609 30
N/A Grit Sadeiko  Estonia DNS 0 0

Long jump[edit]

[19][20]

Rank Group Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Overall Overall rank
1 A Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium x 6.18 6.58 6.58 1033 PB 5018 1
2 B Claudia Rath  Germany 6.39 6.52 6.55 6.55 1023 4608 14
3 B Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain 6.51 x 6.47 6.51 1010 4967 3
4 B Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada x 6.48 6.35 6.48 1001 4872 5
5 B Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida  France 6.32 6.17 6.43 6.43 985 SB 4728 8
6 B Nadine Visser  Netherlands 6.05 6.35 6.03 6.35 959 4575 15
7 A Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 6.34 6.29 6.03 6.34 956 5013 2
8 A Kendell Williams  United States x 6.31 6.30 6.31 946 4661 13
8 B Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 5.99 6.31 x 6.31 946 SB 4680 11
10 A Akela Jones  Barbados 6.20 6.26 6.30 6.30 943 4907 4
11 A Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba x 6.25 5.87 6.25 927 SB 4744 7
12 A Evelis Aguilar  Colombia 6.04 6.23 x 6.23 921 PB 4561 18
13 A Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico 5.38 6.01 6.22 6.22 918 4246 28
14 B Carolin Schäfer  Germany 6.20 x x 6.20 912 4848 6
15 A Jennifer Oeser  Germany 5.99 x 6.19 6.19 908 SB 4686 10
16 A Heather Miller-Koch  United States 6.16 x x 6.16 899 4529 19
17 A Nadine Broersen  Netherlands 6.15 x 6.04 6.15 896 SB 4567 17
18 B Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia x 6.12 6.07 6.12 887 4669 12
19 A Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 6.03 6.10 5.94 6.10 880 4709 9
19 B Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 5.89 5.94 6.10 6.10 880 4356 27
21 A Xénia Krizsán  Hungary 6.02 6.08 x 6.08 874 4486 23
21 B Eliška Klučinová  Czech Republic 6.08 x x 6.08 874 4494 21
23 B Ivona Dadic  Austria 5.98 6.05 6.05 6.05 865 4487 22
24 A Alina Fodorova  Ukraine 6.00 5.96 4.35 6.00 850 4458 24
25 A Kateřina Cachová  Czech Republic x 5.91 5.90 5.91 822 4495 20
26 B Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine 5.88 x 5.88 5.88 813 4449 25
27 B Barbara Nwaba  United States x x 5.81 5.81 792 4569 16
28 B Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria 5.53 5.72 5.61 5.72 765 4374 26
29 B Sofia Yfantidou  Greece x x 5.51 5.51 703 3972 29
N/A Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan NM 0 1609 30
N/A Grit Sadeiko  Estonia NM 0 0

Javelin throw[edit]

[21][22]

Rank Group Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Overall Overall rank
1 B Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia 50.74 55.91 55.93 55.93 975 PB 5644 5
2 B Sofia Yfantidou  Greece 48.52 51.15 54.57 54.57 949 4921 27
3 B Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 53.13 x 46.37 53.13 921 PB 5939 1
4 B Nadine Broersen  Netherlands 47.92.16 50.77 50.80 50.80 876 5443 13
5 B Xénia Krizsán  Hungary 48.027 49.53 49.78 49.78 856 SB 5342 17
6 A Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba 48.89 43.77 x 48.89 839 PB 5583 7
7 B Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida  France 48.28 48.76 x 48.76 836 5564 9
8 B Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 43.34 48.42 x 48.42 830 5539 10
9 A Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 48.07 45.01 46.04 48.07 823 SB 5503 11
10 B Carolin Schafer  Germany 47.36 47.99 x 47.99 821 5669 4
11 B Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada 47.36 45.94 43.86 47.36 809 5681 3
12 B Jennifer Oeser  Germany 47.22 46.11 46.52 47.22 806 5492 12
13 A Evelis Aguilar  Colombia 46.90 40.40 40.20 46.90 800 PB 5362 15
14 B Barbara Nwaba  United States 46.85 42.58 x 46.85 799 5368 14
15 A Eliska Klucinova  Czech Republic 45.93 42.04 46.73 46.73 797 SB 5291 18
16 B Ivona Dadic  Austria 45.39 46.08 43.01 46.08 784 5271 20
17 B Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 45.91 46.06 42.17 46.06 784 5797 2
18 B Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 45.05 x 42.87 45.05 764 5120 23
19 A Nadine Visser  Netherlands 37.66 42.48 40.49 42.48 715 SB 5290 19
20 A Akela Jones  Barbados 40.93 34.75 42.00 42.00 706 PB 5613 6
21 A Kendell Williams  United States 38.85 40.93 38.43 40.93 685 5346 16
22 A Heather Miller-Koch  United States 40.16 40.25 x 40.25 672 5201 22
23 A Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico 36.83 39.69 40.17 40.17 671 PB 4917 28
24 A Claudia Rath  Germany 36.20 39.39 x 39.39 656 5264 21
25 B Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine x x 39.10 39.10 631 5080 25
26 A Katerina Cachova  Czech Republic 37.77 35.84 36.95 37.77 625 5120 24
27 A Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain 36.36 x 33.42 36.36 598 5565 8
28 A Alina Fodorova  Ukraine 35.44 35.20 28.97 35.44 580 SB 5038 26
29 A Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria 33.42 33.41 30.20 33.42 542 4916 29
N/A Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan NM 0 DNS 1609 30
N/A Grit Sadeiko  Estonia NM 0 DNS 0

800 metres[edit]

[23][24]

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Result Points Notes
1 1 Heather Miller-Koch  United States 2:06.82 1012 PB
2 1 Claudia Rath  Germany 2:07.22 1006 SB
3 3 Jessica Ennis-Hill  Great Britain 2:09.07 978 SB
4 3 Laura Ikauniece-Admidina  Latvia 2:09.43 973 PB
5 3 Brianne Theisen Eaton  Canada 2:09.50 972 SB
6 3 Katarina Johnson-Thompson  Great Britain 2:10.47 958 SB
7 2 Barbara Nwaba  United States 2:11.61 941
8 2 Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas  Hungary 2:11.76 939 PB
9 2 Xénia Krizsán  Hungary 2:13.46 915 PB
10 2 Jennifer Oeser  Germany 2:13.82 909 SB
11 1 Vanessa Chefer  Brazil 2:14.20 904 SB
12 2 Evelis Aguilar  Colombia 2:14.32 902
13 2 Nadine Visser  Netherlands 2:14.47 900
14 3 Yorgelis Rodríguez  Cuba 2:14.65 898 PB
15 1 Alysbeth Felix  Puerto Rico 2:15.32 888
16 1 Ivona Dadic  Austria 2:15.64 884
17 2 Kendell Williams  United States 2:16.24 875
18 3 Carolin Schafer  Germany 2:16.52 871 SB
19 3 Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 2:16.54 871 PB
20 1 Hanna Kasyanova  Ukraine 2:16.58 871 SB
21 2 Nadine Broersen  Netherlands 2:17.55 857
22 2 Anouk Vetter  Netherlands 2:17.71 855 PB
23 1 Katerina Cachova  Czech Republic 2:18.95 838
24 3 Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida  France 2:20.36 819
25 2 Eliska Klucinova  Czech Republic 2:22.81 786
26 1 Sofia Yfantidou  Greece 2:30.08 692
27 3 Akela Jones  Barbados 2:41.12 560
1 Alina Fodorova  Ukraine N/A 0 DNF
1 Uhunoma Osazuwa  Nigeria N/A 0 DQ
N/A Ekaterina Voronina  Uzbekistan N/A 0 DNS
N/A Grit Sadeiko  Estonia N/A 0 DNS

Overall results[edit]

The final results of the event are in the following table.[25]

Key

The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow with a diamond symbol.

Rank Athlete Points 100 h HJ SP 200 m LJ JT 800 m
1st, gold medalist(s)  Nafissatou Thiam (BEL) 6810
(NR, WL)
1041
13.56 s
1211
1.98 m
855
14.91 m
878
25.10 s
1033
6.58 m
921
53.13 m
871
2:16.54
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Jessica Ennis-Hill (GBR) 6775
(SB)
1149
12.84 s
1093
1.89 m
785
13.86 m
1030
23.49 s
956
6.34 m
784
46.06 m
978
2:09.07
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Brianne Theisen Eaton (CAN) 6653 1097
13.18 s
1054
1.86 m
757
13.45 m
963
24.18 s
1001
6.48 m
809
47.36 m
972
2:09.50
4  Laura Ikauniece-Admidina (LAT) 6617
1075
13.33 s
941
1.77 m
762
13.52 m
1004
23.76 s
887
6.12 m
975
55.93 m
973
2:09.43
5  Carolin Schafer (GER) 6540 1106
13.12 s
1016
1.83 m
832
14.57 m
982
23.99 s
912
6.20 m
821
47.99 m
871
2:16.52
6  Katarina Johnson-Thompson (GBR) 6523
(SB)
1053
13.48 s
1211
1.98 m
640
11.68 m
1053
23.26 s
1010
6.51 m
598
36.36 m
958
2:10.47
7  Yorgelis Rodríguez (CUB) 6481
(NR)
1034
13.61 s
1054
1.86 m
773
13.69 m
956
24.26 s
927
6.25 m
839
48.89 m
898
2:14.65
8  Györgyi Zsivoczky-Farkas (HUN) 6442
(PB)
1008
13.79 s
1054
1.86 m
820
14.39 m
852
25.38 s
946
6.31 m
823
48.07 m
939
2:11.76
9  Jennifer Oeser (GER) 6401
(SB)
1023
13.69 s
1054
1.86 m
813
14.28 m
888
24.99 s
908
6.19 m
806
47.22 m
909
2:13.82
10  Anouk Vetter (NED) 6394 1055
13.47 s
941
1.77 m
846
14.78 m
987
23.93 s
880
6.10 m
830
48.42 m
855
2:17.71
11  Antoinette Nana Djimou Ida (FRA) 6383 1069
13.37 s
941
1.77 m
853
14.88 m
880
25.07 s
985
6.43 m
836
48.76 m
819
2:20.36
12  Barbara Nwaba (USA) 6309 1005
13.81 s
1016
1.83 m
848
14.81 m
908
24.77 s
792
5.81 m
799
46.85 m
941
2:11.61
13  Nadine Broersen (NED) 6300 1041
13.56 s
941
1.77 m
797
14.04 m
892
24.94 s
896
6.15 m
876
50.80 m
857
2:17.55
14  Claudia Rath (GER) 6270 1031
13.63 s
903
1.74 m
716
12.83 m
935
24.48 s
1023
6.55 m
656
39.39 m
1006
2:07.22
15  Evelis Aguilar (COL) 6263 1001
13.84 s
903
1.74 m
767
13.60 m
969
24.12 s
921
6.23 m
800
46.90 m
902
2:14.32
16  Xénia Krizsán (HUN) 6257 1027
13.66 s
941
1.77 m
779
13.78 m
865
25.24 s
874
6.08 m
856
49.78 m
915
2:13.46
17  Kendell Williams (USA) 6221 1118
13.04 s
1016
1.83 m
609
11.21 m
972
24.09 s
946
6.31 m
685
40.93 m
875
2:16.24
18  Heather Miller-Koch (USA) 6213 1041
13.56 s
978
1.80 m
721
12.91 m
890
24.97 s
899
6.16 m
672
40.25 m
1012
2:06.82
19  Nadine Visser (NED) 6190 1121
13.02 s
830
1.68 m
717
12.84 m
948
24.34 s
959
6.35 m
715
42.48 m
900
2:14.47
20  Akela Jones (BAR) 6173 1124
13.00 s
1093
1.89 m
800
14.09 m
947
24.35 s
943
6.30 m
706
42.00 m
560
2:41.12
21  Ivona Dadic (AUT) 6155 1001
13.84 s
941
1.77 m
756
13.43 m
924
24.60 s
865
6.05 m
784
46.08 m
884
2:15.64
22  Eliska Klucinova (CZE) 6077 968
14.07 s
978
1.80 m
821
14.41 m
853
25.37 s
874
6.08 m
797
46.73 m
786
2:22.81
23  Vanessa Chefer (BRA) 6024 945
14.24 s
830
1.68 m
731
13.06 m
970
24.11 s
880
6.10 m
764
45.05 m
904
2:14.20
24  Katerina Cachova (CZE) 5958 1096
13.19 s
941
1.77 m
686
12.38 m
950
24.32 s
822
5.91 m
625
37.77 m
838
2:18.95
25  Hanna Kasyanova (UKR) 5951 1027
13.66 s
941
1.77 m
744
13.25 m
924
24.60 s
813
5.88 m
631
38.10 m
871
2:16.58
26  Alysbeth Felix (PUR) 5805 968
14.07 s
830
1.68 m
619
11.36 m
911
24.74 s
918
6.22 m
671
40.17 m
888
2:15.32
27  Sofia Yfantidou (GRE) 5613 980
13.99 s
795
1.65 m
725
12.97 m
769
26.32 s
703
5.51 m
949
54.57 m
692
2:30.08
28  Alina Fodorova (UKR) 5038 964
14.10 s
978
1.80 m
819
14.38 m
847
25.4 s
850
6.00 m
580
35.44 m
0
DNF
29  Uhunoma Osazuwa (NGR) 4916 1014
13.75 s
941
1.77 m
737
13.15 m
917
24.67 s
765
5.72 m
542
33.42 m
0
DQ
 Ekaterina Voronina (UZB) 1609* 814
15.21 s
795
1.65 m
Did not participate
 Grit Sadeiko (EST) DNF 0
DNF
Did not participate

* – Ekaterina Voronina retired during the high jump and did not participate in the remaining events.

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