Poland at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics

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Poland at the
2011 World Championships in Athletics
Flag of Poland.svg
IAAF code POL
National federation Polski Związek Lekkiej Atletyki
Website www.pzla.pl
in Daegu
Competitors 37
Medals
Ranked 11th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 0 0 1
2009
2013

Poland competed at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics from August 27 to September 4 in Daegu, South Korea.

Team selection[edit]

A team of 43 athletes was announced to represent the country in the event. The team is led by the defending champions, pole vaulter Anna Rogowska and hammer thrower Anita Włodarczyk.[1][2]

The following athletes appeared on the preliminary Entry List,[3] but not on the Official Start List of the specific event,[4] resulting in a total number of 37 competitors:

KEY: Did not participate Competed in another event
Event Athlete
Men 4 x 100 metres relay Kamil Masztak
Artur Zaczek
4 x 400 metres relay Mateusz Fórmański
Jan Ciepiela
Women 4 x 100 metres relay Ewelina Ptak
Dorota Jędrusińska

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Event Date
 Gold Paweł Wojciechowski Pole vault 29 August

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Athlete Event Preliminaries Heats Semifinals Final
Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank
Dariusz Kuć 100 metres N/A 10.36 21 Q 10.51 23 Did not advance
Marcin Marciniszyn 400 metres 45.51 18 Q 45.94 18 Did not advance
Adam Kszczot 800 metres 1:46.16 7 Q 1:44.81 5 Q 1:45.25 6
Marcin Lewandowski 1:46.73 17 Q 1:44.60 3 Q 1:44.80 4
Dominik Bochenek 110 m hurdles 13.96 29 Did not advance
Łukasz Parszczyński 3000 metres steeplechase 8:44.09 31 N/A Did not advance
Paweł Stempel
Dariusz Kuć
Robert Kubaczyk
Kamil Kryński
4 x 100 metres relay 38.37 SB 5 Q 38.50 4
Kacper Kozłowski
Piotr Wiaderek
Jakub Krzewina
Marcin Marciniszyn
4 x 400 metres relay 3:01.84 11 Did not advance
Rafał Augustyn 20 kilometres walk 1:24:47 24 Did not advance
Rafał Sikora 50 kilometres walk 3:50:24 13 Did not advance
Rafał Fedaczyński DSQ
Grzegorz Sudoł DNF
Mateusz Didenkow Pole vault 5.65 8 q N/A 5.75 7
Łukasz Michalski 5.60 10 q 5.85 4
Paweł Wojciechowski 5.50 12 q 5.90 1st, gold medalist(s)
Tomasz Majewski Shot put 20.73 6 Q 20.18 9
Piotr Małachowski Discus throw 65.48 1 q 63.37 9
Paweł Fajdek Hammer throw 76.10 11 q 75.20 11
Szymon Ziółkowski 77.19 5 Q 77.64 7
Igor Janik Javelin throw 80.88 13 Did not advance

Women[edit]

Athlete Event Preliminaries Heats Semifinals Final
Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank Time
Width
Height
Rank
Marta Jeschke 100 metres N/A 11.73 38 Did not advance
Anna Kiełbasińska 200 metres 23.34 25 Did not advance
Renata Pliś 1500 metres 4:08.83 10 q 4:11.12 20 Did not advance
Anna Kiełbasińska
Marika Popowicz
Marta Jeschke
Agnieszka Ligięza
4 x 100 metres relay DNF Did not advance
Teresa Dobija Long jump 6.30 22 N/A Did not advance
Anna Jagaciak Triple jump 13.57 28 Did not advance
Anna Rogowska Pole vault 4.55 1 q 4.55 10
Monika Pyrek 4.50 11 q 4.55 10
Żaneta Glanc Discus throw 63.44 4 Q 63.91 4
Anita Włodarczyk Hammer throw 71.09 7 73.56 SB 5
Joanna Fiodorow 66.88 21 Did not advance
Combined events – Heptathlon
Athlete Event 100H HJ SP 200 m LJ JT 800 m Final Rank
Karolina Tymińska Result 13.12 PB 1.74 SB 14.70 SB 23.87 6.39 41.32 PB 2:05.21 PB 6544 PB 4
Points 1106 903 841 993 972 693 1036

References[edit]

  1. ^ Poland looking for at least five medals in Daegu, European Athletics, August 14, 2011, archived from the original on August 26, 2011, retrieved August 14, 2011 
  2. ^ Polski Związek Lekkiej Atletyki (August 13, 2011), Skład reprezentacji Polski na MŚ w Daegu (in Polish), retrieved August 14, 2011 
  3. ^ IAAF (August 21, 2011), Entry Lists by Country (PDF), archived from the original (PDF) on August 4, 2012, retrieved August 21, 2011 
  4. ^ IAAF, Athletes participating per day, retrieved September 11, 2011 

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