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  • Updated Doha Results--Oops!

    Looks like virtually every time goes up 0.01 (but no explanation yet)
    12/05/2006

    Qatar IAAF Super Tour
    Doha, 12/05/2006


    Men' results

    100 Metres - Men Final Wind: +1.7 m/s
    Pts
    1 Gatlin Justin USA 9.77 20 +3 =WR
    2 Fasuba Olusoji A. NGR 9.85 16
    3 Crawford Shawn USA 10.09 14
    4 Trammell Terrence USA 10.11 12
    5 Henry Anson CAN 10.12 10
    6 Obikwelu Francis POR 10.14 8
    7 Emedolu Uchenna NGR 10.17 6
    8 Norman Joshua USA 10.34 4

    100 Metres - Men Heats Race 1 Wind: +1.1 m/s

    1 Gatlin Justin USA 9.86
    2 Fasuba Olusoji A. NGR 9.93
    3 Emedolu Uchenna NGR 10.21
    4 Williams Bernard USA 10.27
    5 Habeeb Yahya Hassan I. KSA 10.28
    6 Batman Daniel AUS 10.35
    7 Vries Sherwin RSA 10.40
    8 Al-Waleed Ibrahim Abdulla QAT 10.55

    100 Metres - Men Heats Race 2 Wind: +2.1 m/s

    1 Crawford Shawn USA 10.07
    2 Obikwelu Francis POR 10.16
    3 Trammell Terrence USA 10.19
    4 Henry Anson CAN 10.25
    5 Norman Joshua USA 10.26
    6 Campbell Darren GBR 10.30
    7 Mayola Freddy CUB 10.33
    8 Bader Ahmed QAT 10.66

    200 Metres - Men Wind: +0.2 m/s
    Pts
    1 Saidy Ndure Jaysuma GAM 20.59 20
    2 Kaba Fantoni Koura ITA 20.70 16
    3 Vries Sherwin RSA 20.70 14
    4 Batman Daniel AUS 20.72 12
    5 Ernst Sebastian GER 20.83 10
    6 Alerte David FRA 20.89 8
    7 Al-Bishi Hamed Hamadan KSA 20.97 6
    8 Schnelting Daniel GER 21.03 4

    800 Metres - Men (Summary)
    Pts
    1 Al-Azemi Mohammad K KUW 1:44.80 20
    2 Bungei Wilfred KEN 1:44.85 16
    3 Al Salhi Mohammed KSA 1:45.16 14
    4 Laalou Amine MAR 1:45.65 12
    5 Yego Alfred Kirwa KEN 1:45.96 10
    6 Sultan Majed Saeed QAT 1:46.72 8
    7 Adam Ali Adam Abdu QAT 1:47.03 6
    8 Suleiman Abdulrahman QAT 1:47.42 4

    800 Metres - Men Race 1
    Pts
    1 Bungei Wilfred KEN 1:44.85 16
    2 Al Salhi Mohammed KSA 1:45.16 14
    3 Laalou Amine MAR 1:45.65 12
    4 Yego Alfred Kirwa KEN 1:45.96 10
    5 Sultan Majed Saeed QAT 1:46.72 8
    6 Suleiman Abdulrahman QAT 1:47.42 4
    7 Barrios Eugenio ESP 1:47.78
    8 Madi Nabil ALG 1:48.33
    9 Al-Badri Salem Amer QAT 1:49.31
    dos Santos Osmar Barbosa BRA DNF
    Chehibi Mouhssin MAR DNF

    800 Metres - Men Race 2
    Pts
    1 Al-Azemi Mohammad K KUW 1:44.80 20
    2 Adam Ali Adam Abdu QAT 1:47.03 6
    3 Ismail Ismail Ahmed SUD 1:47.90
    4 Moradi Sadjad IRI 1:48.60
    5 Kaki Khamis Abubaker SUD 1:48.97
    6 Al Daraan Ali KSA 1:49.98
    7 Al-Sabani Ismail M.H KSA 1:51.86
    8 Al-Khosaibi Hilal OMA 1:57.83
    Rutto Nahashon KEN DNF

    1500 Metres - Men
    Pts
    1 Kipchirchir Alex KEN 3:34.30 20
    2 Ali Belal Mansoor BRN 3:36.15 16
    3 Simotwo Suleiman Kipses KEN 3:36.50 14
    4 Silva Rui POR 3:37.91 12
    5 Hachlaf Abdelkader MAR 3:38.96 10
    6 Zerguelaine Antar ALG 3:39.75 8
    7 Boukensa Tarek ALG 3:39.92 6
    8 Cronje Johan RSA 3:41.45 4
    9 Baba Youssef MAR 3:43.92 3
    10 Hussein Mohamed Othman KSA 3:45.15 3
    11 Abdelgadir Abdalla SUD 3:46.61 3
    12 Kareem Nasser Shams QAT 3:56.70 3
    Esho Benson Marrianyi KEN DNF
    Koech Gilbert KEN DNF
    Iguider Abdelati MAR DNS

    3000 Metres - Men
    Pts
    1 Songok Isaac Kiprono KEN 7:28.98 20
    2 Choge Augustine Kiprono KEN 7:29.74 16
    3 Kipchoge Eliud KEN 7:30.48 14
    4 Bekele Tariku ETH 7:37.08 12
    5 Feleke Abreham Cherkos ETH 7:41.29 10
    6 Zewdie Maregu ETH 7:41.92 8
    7 Rashed Essa Ismail QAT 7:42.11 6
    8 Kipruto Brimin Kiprop KEN 7:47.33 4
    9 Salem Gamal Belal QAT 7:48.22 3
    10 Limo Benjamin KEN 7:49.20 3
    11 Abdallah Ali ERI 7:50.93 3
    12 Abdullah Ahmad Hassan QAT 7:51.46 3
    Bett Charles Kiplangat KEN DNF
    Korir Shadrack KEN DNF
    Obaid Musa Amer QAT DNF

    400 Metres Hurdles - Men
    Pts
    1 Jackson Bershawn USA 48.66 20
    2 Iakov?°kis Perikl??s GRE 49.83 16
    3 Carter James USA 50.27 14
    4 Garrett LaBronze USA 50.90 12
    5 Maillard S?©bastien FRA 51.13 10
    6 Hierrezuelo Sergio CUB 51.53 8
    7 Weakley Ian JAM 72.03 6

    Triple Jump - Men
    Pts Wind
    1 Oprea Marian ROM 17.29 20 +2.5
    2 Greg??rio Jadel BRA 17.20 16 +0.6
    3 Mokoena Godfrey Khotso RSA 16.66 14 +4.7
    4 Aboubaker Ibrahim Mohamdein QAT 16.56 12 +4.7
    5 Lewis Randy GRN 16.52 10 +2.6
    6 Andersson Anton SWE 16.36 8 +2.6
    7 Al-Majrashi Mohammad KSA 16.32 6 +2.7
    8 Fofana Colomba FRA 16.24 4 +1.8
    9 Valukevic Dmitrij SVK 16.00 +3.1

    Discus Throw - Men
    Pts
    1 Alekna Virgilijus LTU 69.47 20
    2 K??v?°g?? Zolt?°n HUN 67.46 16
    3 Tammert Aleksander EST 63.98 14
    4 Malachowski Piotr POL 61.82 12
    5 Martin Scott AUS 60.56 10
    6 Hadadi Ehsan IRI 60.00 8
    7 Kruger Frantz RSA 59.65 6
    8 Al-Dosari Rashid Shafi QAT 57.74 4
    9 Mart??nez Lois Maikel CUB 57.38
    10 Dheeb Ahmed Mohamed QAT 55.41

    Javelin Throw - Men
    Pts
    1 Thorkildsen Andreas NOR 90.13 20
    2 Zelezn?? Jan CZE 86.07 16
    3 Rags Eriks LAT 85.79 14
    4 J?§rvenp?§?§ Tero FIN 84.95 12
    5 Wenk Stefan GER 79.99 10
    6 Pienaar Gerhardus RSA 77.82 8
    7 Nilsen Ronny NOR 74.12 6
    8 Intas Tomas LTU 73.61 4
    9 Luaces Isbel CUB 72.80


    Women' results

    100 Metres - Women Wind: +2.0 m/s
    Pts
    1 Durst Stephanie USA 11.13 20
    2 Williams Lauryn USA 11.18 16
    3 Jones LoLo USA 11.26 14
    4 Atangana Delphine CMR 11.48 12
    5 Feraez Fabienne BEN 11.55 10
    6 Green Emma SWE 11.58 8
    7 Dia Fabe FRA 11.72 6
    Felix Allyson USA DNS

    200 Metres - Women Wind: +0.5 m/s
    Pts
    1 Felix Allyson USA 22.78 20
    2 Durst Stephanie USA 22.82 16
    3 Feraez Fabienne BEN 23.21 14
    4 Amertil Christine BAH 23.26 12
    5 Glenn Brianna USA 23.39 10
    6 Atangana Delphine CMR 23.61 8
    7 Nadjina Kaltouma CHA 23.63 6
    8 Lamalle Adrianna FRA 24.48 4

    1500 Metres - Women
    Pts
    1 Defar Meseret ETH 4:06.12 20
    2 Wanjiru Veronica Nyaruai KEN 4:08.22 16
    3 Tadesse Mestawat ETH 4:10.04 14
    4 M?©rah-Benida Nouria ALG 4:11.37 12
    5 Douma-Hussar Carmen CAN 4:12.43 10
    6 Jepkosgei Janeth KEN 4:15.43 8
    Chepkwony Caroline KEN DNF
    Macharia Faith KEN DNF
    Alaoui Selsouli Mariem MAR DNS
    Adam Muna Jabir SUD DNS

    3000 Metres Steeplechase - Women
    Pts
    1 Kiptum Jeruto KEN 9:35.66 20
    2 MacFarlane Donna AUS 9:39.36 16
    3 Chepchumba Salome KEN 9:40.50 14
    4 Casandra Cristina ROM 9:45.76 12
    5 Mitchell Victoria AUS 9:46.70 10
    6 Hayakari Minori JPN 9:54.46 8
    7 Galaviz Lisa USA 9:56.18 6
    8 Chaabi Bouchra MAR 9:56.88 4
    9 Dejaeghere Veerle BEL 10:03.53 3
    10 Rionoropo Jackline Chemwok KEN 10:06.28 3
    11 Rollison Melissa AUS 10:06.93 3
    12 Monteiro In?™s POR 10:11.32 3
    13 Bobocel Ancuta ROM 10:14.82
    14 de Croock Stephanie BEL 10:18.70
    Gaffigan Ann USA DNF

    100 Metres Hurdles - Women Wind: +0.8 m/s
    Pts
    1 Ennis-London Delloreen JAM 12.74 20
    2 Jones LoLo USA 12.81 16
    3 Lamalle Adrianna FRA 12.97 14
    4 Faustin-Parker Nadine HAI 12.98 12
    5 Carruthers Danielle USA 13.08 10
    6 Wilks Antoinette JAM 13.44 8
    7 V?°ri Edit HUN 13.93 6
    Perry Michelle USA DQ

    High Jump - Women
    Pts
    1 Bergqvist Kajsa SWE 1.97 20
    2 Vla?°ic Blanka CRO 1.97 16
    3 Hellebaut Tia BEL 1.93 14
    4 Kuptsova Marina RUS 1.89 10
    4 Mykhalchenko Iryna UKR 1.89 10
    4 Acuff Amy USA 1.89 10
    7 Beitia Ruth ESP 1.89 6
    8 Green Emma SWE 1.85 4

    Pole Vault - Women
    Pts
    1 Rogowska Anna POL 4.63 20
    2 Piwowarska Joanna POL 4.53 16
    3 Kushch Natalya UKR 4.43 14
    4 Sauer Mary USA 4.43 12
    5 Schwartz Jillian USA 4.43 9
    5 Suttle Kellie USA 4.43 9
    7 Howe-Nadin Kym AUS 4.35 6
    8 Grigorieva Tatiana AUS 4.35 4
    9 Boslak Vanessa FRA 4.35
    10 Ellis Dana CAN 4.25
    10 Polnova Tatyana RUS 4.25
    Ryshich Nastja GER NM
    Moln?°r Krisztina HUN NM

    Long Jump - Women
    Pts Wind
    1 Udmurtova Oksana RUS 7.02 20 +1.5
    2 Lebedeva Tatyana RUS 6.97 16 +1.7
    3 Thompson Bronwyn AUS 6.76 14 +2.5
    4 Vaszi T?ºnde HUN 6.53 12 +2.0
    5 Militaru Alina ROM 6.53 10 +3.7
    6 Glenn Brianna USA 6.47 8 +3.3
    7 Bobby George Anju IND 6.43 6 +1.5
    8 Tigau Viorica ROM 6.37 4 +3.2
    9 Anton Adina ROM 6.37 +2.1

  • #2
    If they change Bergqvist's jump to 1.96 then I wll never look at another Doha result again .
    If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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    • #3
      :!: explanation

      Newspaper L'Equipe told the explanation in its today editition after having spoke to the timining company, Tissot which is part of Swiss Timming: the electronic timing apparatus used in Doha was used at Torino Olympics for Ice Skating. The rounded timing rule for this sport is rounded DOWN. In Doha, it didn't hit the timer chief, so the times were automatically rounded DOWN, instead of rounded UP. That's a human fault. It was only when competent people checked the photo-finish that they found the mistake. This is part of the IAAF World Ratification procedure anyway.

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      • #4
        re the above: that's good info, and it makes good sense. So much for the conspiracy theories.

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        • #5
          Re: :!: explanation

          Originally posted by Pierre-Jean
          It was only when competent people checked the photo-finish that they found the mistake.
          Aye, and there's the rub.

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          • #6
            Re: :!: explanation

            Originally posted by tafnut
            Originally posted by Pierre-Jean
            It was only when competent people checked the photo-finish that they found the mistake.
            Aye, and there's the rub.
            As I said in another thread, it doesn't take a very high level of competence to know times in T&F are rounded up. Anyone who's passed the lowest-level officiating exam must know it.
            Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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            • #7
              Fine distinction, perhaps, but the people who run timing systems, typically, aren't officials. They're technicians hired to run equipment. I'm pretty sure I've never been at a meet (and the announcer frequently sits right next to the timing people) where anybody who was actually an official came and looked at an image, other than when perhaps the meet referee needs to confirm some 1000ths for a tie-breaking advance to the next round. And even then, their only concern who is the 1000th reading, not what it translates to in 100ths.

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              • #8
                Either way, it's covered in the first class of Timing 101.
                Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                • #9
                  Re: :!: explanation

                  Originally posted by Powell
                  Originally posted by tafnut
                  Originally posted by Pierre-Jean
                  It was only when competent people checked the photo-finish that they found the mistake.
                  Aye, and there's the rub.
                  As I said in another thread, it doesn't take a very high level of competence to know times in T&F are rounded up. Anyone who's passed the lowest-level officiating exam must know it.
                  Agreed! The idea that this is really no big deal just doesn't wash with me. The fact that incorrect info got out in the media and got international play for several days before being retracted is amazing. If, say, Gatlin had "only" run 9.86 and it got later bumped to 9.87, it would one thing. But this was a WR ("WR"), which I'd assume would get incredibly close scrutiny from the instant the race finished...

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                  • #10
                    Seems like the settled on +1.7 for the wind reading. At one point this was replaced by a +2.0. Any story there??

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                    • #11
                      Wind was announced in stadium as 1.7 (and over wcsn). Results on IAAF website said 1.7.

                      When IAAF sent out text version of the results after the meet, it said 2.0. Shortly thereafter they sent a correction noting it was 1.7.

                      I see no conspiracy there, just somebody making a typo somewheere along the line. This is a story without legs.

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                      • #12
                        Re: :!: explanation

                        Originally posted by Pierre-Jean
                        Newspaper L'Equipe told the explanation in its today editition after having spoke to the timining company, Tissot which is part of Swiss Timming: the electronic timing apparatus used in Doha was used at Torino Olympics for Ice Skating. The rounded timing rule for this sport is rounded DOWN. In Doha, it didn't hit the timer chief, so the times were automatically rounded DOWN, instead of rounded UP. That's a human fault. It was only when competent people checked the photo-finish that they found the mistake. This is part of the IAAF World Ratification procedure anyway.
                        Very interesting. I read somewhere else that Tissot has done athletics events before (which was news to me--I've never seen them at a meet or heard of their doing track stuff). I wonder what meets they've done, and of course whether the same apparatus was used with the same rounding settings. Shouldn't someone now go back and look at the photos of every single Tissot timed meet to see if further adjustments need to be made, just for the sake of statistical accuracy?

                        I think so.

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                        • #13
                          As I noted in another thread (or earlier in this one: who can tell anymore?!) at one point the Swiss split up all the sports and different companies, as I understand it, were assigned different sports. If that's completely true, this may be a first for them, since nobody can recall ever seeing them before.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by bad hammy
                            Seems like the settled on +1.7 for the wind reading. At one point this was replaced by a +2.0. Any story there??
                            The wind was immediately shown as +1.7 on the wind gauge. The speaker said that the wind was +1.7 and that legal limit is +2.0, but that's what most people heard actually. People kept repeating +2.0 all night, even at the hotel.

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