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2017 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 100 metres hurdles

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Women's 100 metres hurdles
at the 2017 World Championships
Venue Olympic Stadium
Dates 11 August (heats & semifinal)
12 August (final)
Competitors 40 from 22 nations
Winning time 12.59
Medalists
gold medal
 
   Australia
silver medal
 
   United States
bronze medal
 
   Germany
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The women's 100 metres hurdles at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics was held at the London Olympic Stadium on 11−12 August.[1]

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  • Women's 100m Hurdles Final - World Champs 2017
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  • WCH London 2017 - 400m Hurdles - Women - Final - Kori Carter wins!
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  • KORI CARTER 53.07 - WOMEN 400M HURDLES FINAL - IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS [LONDON 2017]

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Contents

Summary

World record holder Kendra Harrison (USA) was the slowest time qualifier to the final, while 2011 champion Sally Pearson (AUS), Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) and Pamela Dutkiewicz (GER) were the top three fastest. It was Harper-Nelson's fifth straight championship and fourth final.

In the final, Harrison was out slightly faster than Pearson, Christina Manning (USA) and heptathlete Nadine Visser over the first hurdle. Harrison held the lead until she rattled the third hurdle, where Pearson and Manning advanced, about even over the fourth hurdle, with a wall of Harrison, Dutkiewicz, Visser, Harper-Nelson and Alina Talay (BLR) mere inches behind. But Pearson was gaining a little ground at every hurdle as Harper-Nelson edged forward ahead of Manning. By the tenth barrier, Pearson had almost a metre lead, Harper Nelson another half metre on Manning, with Dutkiewicz and Harrison still just inches behind. On the run in to the finish, Harper-Nelson gained on Pearson, but not enough to grab gold, while Dutkiewicz got past Harrison and Manning, all leaning for a photo finish.

Records

Before the competition records were as follows:[2]

Record Perf. Athlete Nat. Date Location
World 12.20 Kendra Harrison  USA 22 Jul 2016 London, Great Britain
Championship 12.28 Sally Pearson  AUS 3 Sep 2011 Daegu, South Korea
World leading 12.28 Kendra Harrison  USA 4 Jul 2017 Székesfehérvár, Hungary
African 12.44 Glory Alozie  NGR 8 Aug 1998 Fontvieille, Monaco
28 Aug 1998 Brussels, Belgium
28 Aug 1999 Seville, Spain
Asian 12.44 Olga Shishigina  KAZ 27 Jun 1995 Luzern, Switzerland
NACAC 12.20 Kendra Harrison  USA 22 Jul 2016 London, Great Britain
South American 12.71 Maurren Maggi  BRA 19 May 2001 Manaus, Brazil
European 12.21 Yordanka Donkova  BUL 20 Aug 1988 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Oceanian 12.28 Sally Pearson  AUS 3 Sep 2011 Daegu, South Korea

No records were set at the competition.[3]

Qualification standard

The standard to qualify automatically for entry was 12.98.[4]

Schedule

The event schedule, in local time (UTC+1), was as follows:[5]

Date Time Round
11 August 10:45 Heats
11 August 19:05 Semifinals
12 August 20:05 Final

Results

Heats

The first round took place on 11 August in five heats as follows:[6]

Heat 1 2 3 4 5
Start time 10:44 10:52 11:00 11:08 11:16
Wind (m/s) −1.4 −0.9 −0.6 −0.6 −0.6
Photo finish

The first four in each heat ( Q ) and the next four fastest ( q ) qualified for the semifinals. The overall results were as follows:[7]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 2 Kendra Harrison  United States (USA) 12.60 Q
2 1 5 Danielle Williams  Jamaica (JAM) 12.66 Q
3 4 6 Sally Pearson  Australia (AUS) 12.72 Q
4 1 6 Pamela Dutkiewicz  Germany (GER) 12.74 Q
5 2 6 Megan Simmonds  Jamaica (JAM) 12.78 Q
6 5 9 Christina Manning  United States (USA) 12.87 Q
7 4 3 Dawn Harper-Nelson  United States (USA) 12.88 Q
8 3 8 Alina Talay  Belarus (BLR) 12.88 Q, SB
9 3 3 Yanique Thompson  Jamaica (JAM) 12.88 Q
10 2 7 Nia Ali  United States (USA) 12.93 Q
11 1 2 Isabelle Pedersen  Norway (NOR) 12.94 Q
12 4 2 Rushelle Burton  Jamaica (JAM) 12.94 Q
13 5 6 Nadine Visser  Netherlands (NED) 12.96 Q
14 5 8 Oluwatobiloba Amusan  Nigeria (NGR) 12.97 Q
15 1 3 Anne Zagré  Belgium (BEL) 12.97 Q
16 2 8 Phylicia George  Canada (CAN) 13.01 Q
17 5 3 Elvira Herman  Belarus (BLR) 13.01 Q
18 4 9 Hanna Plotitsyna  Ukraine (UKR) 13.01 Q
19 3 9 Devynne Charlton  Bahamas (BAH) 13.02 Q
20 3 5 Lindsay Lindley  Nigeria (NGR) 13.07 q
21 4 4 Ricarda Lobe  Germany (GER) 13.08 q
22 3 4 Michelle Jenneke  Australia (AUS) 13.11 q
23 1 7 Sharona Bakker  Netherlands (NED) 13.12 q
24 5 5 Nadine Hildebrand  Germany (GER) 13.14
25 3 6 Elisavet Pesiridou  Greece (GRE) 13.14
26 1 9 Gréta Kerekes  Hungary (HUN) 13.15
27 2 5 Ayako Kimura  Japan (JPN) 13.15 Q
28 2 9 Luca Kozák  Hungary (HUN) 13.17
29 2 4 Tiffany Porter  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) 13.18
30 5 2 Angela Whyte  Canada (CAN) 13.23
31 4 5 Hitomi Shimura  Japan (JPN) 13.29
32 2 3 Eefje Boons  Netherlands (NED) 13.34
33 4 8 Eline Berings  Belgium (BEL) 13.35
34 5 7 Jung Hye-lim  South Korea (KOR) 13.37
35 4 7 Marthe Koala  Burkina Faso (BDI) 13.38
36 1 8 Fabiana Moraes  Brazil (BRA) 13.40
37 1 4 Alicia Barrett  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) 13.42
38 2 2 Mulern Jean  Haiti (HAI) 13.63
39 3 7 Lina Ahmed  Egypt (EGY) 13.78 SB
5 4 Deborah John  Trinidad and Tobago (TTO) DNF

Semifinals

The semifinals took place on 11 August in three heats as follows:[8]

Heat 1 2 3
Start time 19:05 19:14 19:23
Wind (m/s) +0.5 +0.5 +0.2
Photo finish

The first two in each heat ( Q ) and the next two fastest ( q ) qualified for the final. The overall results were as follows:[9]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 6 Sally Pearson  Australia (AUS) 12.53 Q
2 3 7 Dawn Harper-Nelson  United States (USA) 12.63 Q, SB
3 3 4 Pamela Dutkiewicz  Germany (GER) 12.71 Q
4 2 5 Christina Manning  United States (USA) 12.71 Q
5 1 4 Nia Ali  United States (USA) 12.79 Q
6 1 7 Nadine Visser  Netherlands (NED) 12.83 q
7 2 6 Alina Talay  Belarus (BLR) 12.85 Q, SB
8 3 6 Kendra Harrison  United States (USA) 12.86 q
9 3 5 Isabelle Pedersen  Norway (NOR) 12.87
10 2 7 Yanique Thompson  Jamaica (JAM) 12.88
11 1 5 Megan Simmonds  Jamaica (JAM) 12.93
12 3 9 Rushelle Burton  Jamaica (JAM) 12.94
13 3 2 Devynne Charlton  Bahamas (BAH) 12.95
14 2 9 Oluwatobiloba Amusan  Nigeria (NGR) 13.04
15 1 8 Phylicia George  Canada (CAN) 13.04
16 3 8 Hanna Plotitsyna  Ukraine (UKR) 13.08
17 1 3 Ricarda Lobe  Germany (GER) 13.11
18 2 4 Danielle Williams  Jamaica (JAM) 13.14
19 2 8 Elvira Herman  Belarus (BLR) 13.16
20 1 2 Lindsay Lindley  Nigeria (NGR) 13.18
21 2 3 Michelle Jenneke  Australia (AUS) 13.25
22 3 3 Sharona Bakker  Netherlands (NED) 13.29
23 2 2 Ayako Kimura  Japan (JPN) 13.29
24 1 9 Anne Zagré  Belgium (BEL) 13.34

Final

The final took place on 12 August at 20:05. The wind was +0.1 metres per second and the results were as follows (photo finish):[10]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Sally Pearson  Australia (AUS) 12.59
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Dawn Harper-Nelson  United States (USA) 12.63 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Pamela Dutkiewicz  Germany (GER) 12.72
4 3 Kendra Harrison  United States (USA) 12.74
5 7 Christina Manning  United States (USA) 12.74
6 8 Alina Talay  Belarus (BLR) 12.81 SB
7 2 Nadine Visser  Netherlands (NED) 12.83
8 9 Nia Ali  United States (USA) 13.04

References

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