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  • Complete Paris Results

    courtesty IAAF
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    IAAF Golden League

    Gaz de France Paris Saint-Denis
    Paris, 04-Jul-2003

    RESULTS MEN

    100 METRES Race 1 - MEN Wind: +0.0

    1 Williams Bernard USA 10.05
    2 Aliu Deji NGR 10.07
    3 Greene Maurice USA 10.11
    4 Lewis-Francis Mark GBR 10.23
    5 Johnson Patrick AUS 10.23
    6 Macrozonaris Nicolas CAN 10.33
    7 Chambers Dwain GBR 10.45
    Drummond Jon USA DNS

    100 METRES Race 2 - MEN Wind: +1.5

    1 Miller Coby USA 10.18
    2 Capel John USA 10.19
    3 Emedolu Uchenna NGR 10.26
    4 Nthepe Issa-AimÈ FRA 10.29
    5 Boldon Ato TRI 10.30
    6 Crawford Shawn USA 10.36
    7 Eyana JÈrÙme FRA 10.45

    200 METRES - MEN Wind: +0.5

    1 Capel John USA 20.21
    2 Clay Ramon USA 20.31
    3 Patton Darvis USA 20.32
    4 Buckland StÈphane MRI 20.42
    5 Fredericks Frank NAM 20.42
    6 Miller Coby USA 20.43
    Crawford Shawn USA DSQ
    Emedolu Uchenna NGR DNF

    800 METRES - MEN

    1 Borzakovskiy Yuriy RUS 1:43.94
    2 Mulaudzi Mbulaeni RSA 1:44.12
    3 Bucher AndrÈ SUI 1:44.25
    4 Krummenacker David USA 1:44.30
    5 Reina Antonio Manuel ESP 1:44.37
    6 Som Bram NED 1:44.59
    7 Sepeng HezekiÈl RSA 1:44.73
    8 Aissat Nicolas FRA 1:45.31
    9 Lacasse Florent FRA 1:46.16
    10 Lomba Jimmy FRA 1:46.64
    Rotich Henry KEN DNF

    1500 METRES - MEN

    1 Baala Mehdi FRA 3:30.97
    2 Lagat Bernard KEN 3:31.40
    3 Korir Paul KEN 3:32.44
    4 Chouki Fouad FRA 3:33.05
    5 Silva Rui POR 3:33.75
    6 Rotich Laban KEN 3:33.91
    7 Rono Robert KEN 3:34.18
    8 Kipchirchir Alex KEN 3:34.70
    9 Shabunin Vyacheslav RUS 3:35.08
    10 Whiteman Anthony GBR 3:35.49
    11 Kiptanui Timothy KEN 3:35.64
    12 ChÈkhÈmani Abdelkader FRA 3:36.66
    Kiptoo David KEN DNF
    Lelei David KEN DNF
    Sullivan Kevin CAN DNS

    5000 METRES - MEN

    1 Chebii Abraham KEN 12:53.37
    2 Gebrselassie Haile ETH 12:54.36
    3 Limo Benjamin KEN 12:54.99
    4 Kipchoge Eliud KEN 12:55.52
    5 Hissou Salah MAR 12:59.15
    6 Gebremariam Gebre-egziabher ETH 13:03.19
    7 Kipkosgei Luke KEN 13:06.92
    8 Sghyr IsmaÔl FRA 13:10.79
    9 Goumri Abderrahim MAR 13:11.39
    10 Limo Richard KEN 13:14.75
    11 Kamathi Charles KEN 13:20.43
    12 Mezgebu Assefa ETH 13:22.42
    13 Lahssini El Hassan FRA 13:22.89
    14 MartÌnez JosÈ Manuel ESP 13:24.88
    15 Amyne Mohammed MAR 13:25.34
    ChÈkhÈmani Rachid FRA DNF
    Keino Martin KEN DNF
    Korir Shadrack KEN DNF

    3000 M STEEPLECHASE - MEN

    1 Cherono Stephen KEN 8:06.41
    2 Koech Paul KEN 8:06.63
    3 Tahri Bouabdallah FRA 8:06.91
    4 Misoi Kipkirui KEN 8:07.74
    5 Kemboi Ezekiel KEN 8:14.87
    6 Hachlaf Abdelkader MAR 8:15.33
    7 Potapovich Pavel RUS 8:15.54
    8 Ezzine Ali MAR 8:17.12
    9 Le Dauphin Vincent FRA 8:17.48
    10 Kipyego Michael KEN 8:18.81
    11 Cheruiyot Abel KEN 8:24.23
    12 Saifeldin Khamis Abdullah QAT 8:31.68
    Kosgei Reuben KEN DNF
    Langat John KEN DNF
    Manyim Philip KEN DNF

    110 METRES HURDLES Race 1 - MEN Wind: +0.0

    1 Johnson Allen USA 12.97
    2 Ross Duane USA 13.21
    3 Olijars Stanislavs LAT 13.26
    4 Phillips Chris USA 13.27
    5 Bramlett Ron USA 13.32
    6 Doucoure Ladji FRA 13.42
    7 Liu Xiang CHN 13.45
    8 Wade Larry USA 14.02

    110 METRES HURDLES Race 2 - MEN Wind: +0.0

    1 Dorival Dudley HAI 13.47
    2 Wignall Maurice JAM 13.55
    3 Balzer Falk GER 13.73
    4 Giaconi Andrea ITA 13.76
    5 Lavanne CÈdric FRA 13.90
    6 Lamine Philippe FRA 13.93
    7 Bownes Shaun RSA 34.42

    400 METRES HURDLES - MEN

    1 S·nchez Felix DOM 48.30
    2 Rawlinson Christopher GBR 48.83
    3 Herbert Llewellyn RSA 49.04
    4 Thompson Kemel JAM 49.28
    5 Griffiths Dean JAM 49.37
    6 Muzik JirÌ CZE 49.94
    7 Keita Naman FRA 50.12
    8 Thomas Eric USA 1:03.96

    POLE VAULT - MEN

    1 Miles Derek USA 5.76
    2 Lobinger Tim GER 5.76
    3 Hysong Nick USA 5.76
    4 Mack Timothy USA 5.76
    5 Averbukh Aleksandr ISR 5.71
    6 Mesnil Romain FRA 5.71
    7 Kristiansson Patrik SWE 5.66
    8 Barbaud Alexandre FRA 5.66
    9 Bˆrgeling Lars GER 5.56
    Chistiakov Viktor AUS NM
    Hartwig Jeff USA NM
    Markov Dmitri AUS NM

    JAVELIN THROW - MEN

    1 Zelezn? Jan CZE 89.06
    2 Makarov Sergey RUS 87.69
    3 Rags Eriks LAT 84.70
    4 Henry Boris GER 84.61
    5 Nicolay Christian GER 80.73
    6 Thorkildsen Andreas NOR 80.19
    7 Dorique Laurent FRA 79.94
    8 Lusis Voldemars LAT 78.50
    9 Pienaar Gerhardus RSA 71.14
    V‰rnik Andrus EST NM

    RESULTS WOMEN

    100 METRES - WOMEN Wind: -0.4

    1 Sturrup Chandra BAH 11.01
    2 White Kelli USA 11.09
    3 Arron Christine FRA 11.12
    4 Edwards Torri USA 11.16
    5 Miller Inger USA 11.30
    6 Kislova Marina RUS 11.30
    7 Williams Angela USA 11.31
    8 Gaines Chryste USA 11.34
    9 Onyali-Omagbemi Mary NGR 11.54

    200 METRES - WOMEN Wind: +0.7

    1 White Kelli USA 22.43
    2 Hurtis Muriel FRA 22.62
    3 Felix Allyson USA 22.66
    4 Jenkins LaTasha USA 22.67
    5 Kapachinskaya Anastasiya RUS 22.81
    6 Gevaert Kim BEL 22.98
    7 FÈlix Sylviane FRA 24.04
    Campbell Juliet JAM DNS

    800 METRES - WOMEN

    1 Mutola Maria de Lourdes MOZ 1:57.58
    2 Ceplak Jolanda SLO 1:57.84
    3 AÔt Hammou Amina MAR 1:58.82
    4 Graf Stephanie AUT 1:59.02
    5 Cummins Diane CAN 1:59.51
    6 MartÌnez Mayte ESP 1:59.62
    7 Khrushchelyova Natalya RUS 2:00.27
    8 Chzhao Larisa RUS 2:00.55
    9 Fouquet Virginie FRA 2:01.45
    Nwosu Alice NGR DNF

    1500 METRES - WOMEN

    1 RodrÌguez Natalia ESP 4:03.33
    2 Zadorozhnaya Yelena RUS 4:03.57
    3 Tullett Hayley GBR 4:03.87
    4 Tomashova Tatyana RUS 4:04.09
    5 Martins Maria FRA 4:04.55
    6 Mugo Naomi KEN 4:05.82
    7 Varga Judit HUN 4:06.06
    8 Turova Alesya BLR 4:07.03
    9 Cioncan Maria ROM 4:07.14
    10 Gorelova Natalya RUS 4:07.24
    11 Dulecha Kutre ETH 4:09.13
    12 Rozenberg Yekaterina RUS 4:09.29
    13 Dejaeghere Veerle BEL 4:09.71
    14 Walsham Suzy AUS 4:09.99
    15 Ngotho Margaret KEN 4:10.06
    16 Legesse Meskerem ETH 4:15.77
    Vriesde Letitia SUR DNF

    3000 METRES - WOMEN

    1 Szabo Gabriela ROM 8:34.09
    2 El Kamch Zhor MAR 8:34.85
    3 Adere Berhane ETH 8:36.25
    4 Yegorova Olga RUS 8:38.00
    5 Kidane Werknesh ETH 8:39.51
    6 Inzikuru Docus UGA 8:46.29
    7 Ejigu Sentayehu ETH 8:46.51
    8 Burika Gelete ETH 8:48.93
    9 Fukushi Kayoko JPN 8:49.10
    Hyman Mardrea JAM DNF
    Komyagina Olga RUS DNF
    Ouaziz Zahra MAR DNF

    100 METRES HURDLES Race 1 - WOMEN Wind: +0.0

    1 Devers Gail USA 12.49
    2 Foster Brigitte JAM 12.64
    3 Alozie Glory ESP 12.71
    4 Morrison Melissa USA 12.72
    5 McKelvy Miesha USA 12.73
    6 Adams Jenny USA 12.79
    7 Girard Patricia FRA 13.07
    8 Cherry Damu USA 13.13

    100 METRES HURDLES Race 2 - WOMEN Wind: +0.0

    1 Shekhodanova Natalya RUS 12.83
    2 Lenskiy Irina ISR 12.90
    3 Golding-Clarke Lacena JAM 12.95
    4 Laukhova Svetlana RUS 13.06
    5 Okori ReÔna-Flor FRA 13.25
    6 Aron HaÔdy FRA 13.34
    7 Ramalalanirina Nicole FRA 13.38
    8 Michot CÈcile FRA 13.42

    400 METRES HURDLES - WOMEN

    1 Glover Sandra USA 54.47
    2 Tirlea Ionela ROM 54.55
    3 Pittman Jana AUS 54.55
    4 Hayes Joanna USA 54.66
    5 Danvers Natasha GBR 54.91
    6 Tereschuk-Antipova Tetiana UKR 55.93
    7 Febbraio Surita RSA 56.24
    8 Morandais Sylvanie FRA 57.24

    HIGH JUMP - WOMEN

    1 Vlaöic Blanka CRO 1.99
    2 Cloete Hestrie RSA 1.99
    3 Babakova Inha UKR 1.97
    4 Acuff Amy USA 1.95
    5 Chicherova Anna RUS 1.95
    6 Efimenko Tatyana KGZ 1.93
    7 Seryogina Viktoriya RUS 1.93
    8 Rath Daniela GER 1.90
    9 Yelesina Yelena RUS 1.90
    10 Kaliturina Olga RUS 1.87
    11 Lapina Svetlana RUS 1.87
    12 NiarÈ GaÎlle FRA 1.84

    TRIPLE JUMP - WOMEN
    Wind
    1 Lebedeva Tatyana RUS 15.12 -0.9
    2 Aldama YamilÈ CUB 15.08 +0.3
    3 Mbango Etone FranÁoise CMR 14.82 -0.9
    4 Pyatykh Anna RUS 14.48 -0.3
    5 Gavrila Adelina ROM 14.42 -0.4
    6 MartÌnez MagdelÌn ITA 14.36 -0.6
    7 Hovorova Olena UKR 14.34 -1.1
    8 Oleynikova Yelena RUS 14.05 +0.0
    9 Huang Qiuyan CHN 13.92 -0.3
    10 Retel Rose-Lise FRA 13.51 +0.0
    Ndoye KÈnÈ SEN DNS

  • #2
    Re: Complete Paris Results

    Notes to self:
    Men
    1. I give up trying to pick the 100/200 = too many in the mix now - KK still the favorite in Paris 200.
    2. 800: Borz's confidence must be way up - if he can stay close the first 400, he's the WC.
    3. AJ and Sanchez are now locks in the hurdles
    4. PV: 3 of 4 are Americans - not including Hartwig, who could still win. Markov and Lobinger biggest threats.
    4. Zelez is now a lock
    Women
    1. Paris locks - Mutola, Devers, Lebedeva (5" from 50' - hey gh what did you jump again?)
    2. White will double win, despite the 100 loss today.

    What's the betting site again? (jk!)

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    • #3
      Re: Complete Paris Results

      Where the hell are the US distance runners. Is Jason Lunn site seeing in Europe.

      It seems even the hapless French have a sub 3:50 miler.

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      • #4
        Re: Complete Paris Results

        Seems like a VERRRRY still night or a broken wind guage.

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        • #5
          Re: Complete Paris Results

          All the top french runners (you'll notice a steepler here, and others here and elsewhere) are Morroccans or Algerians ... like our KK, etc.

          Also, it's extremely foolish to call AJ, Devers and Mutola "locks." Mutola could easily lose to Ceplak or someone else, though I think she'll win.

          Short hurdle races are very unpredictable. Devers looked like a huge lock two years ago and she lost -- she had won several races in row more impressively than this year. AJ has had one dominating race; hardly worth calling a lock. I think GD and AJ are great and hope they'll win, perhaps even "think" they'll win, but to call them locks based on this is ridiculous.

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          • #6
            Re: Complete Paris Results

            That's why they were 'notes to self'. I AM convinced, but as Dennis Miller is wont to say, 'I could be wrong.'

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            • #7
              Re: Complete Paris Results

              >Seems like a VERRRRY still night or a broken wind
              >guage.>>

              Stade de France is a huge multi-level stadium. It's generally very hard to get a significant breeze on the floor of one of those things.

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              • #8
                Re: Complete Paris Results

                >>Seems like a VERRRRY still night or a broken
                >wind
                >guage.>>

                Stade de France is a huge
                >multi-level stadium. It's generally very hard to
                >get a significant breeze on the floor of one of
                >those things.

                I can see a lack of significant breeze but five 0.0's?

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                • #9
                  Re: Complete Paris Results

                  >I can see a lack of
                  >significant breeze but five 0.0's?>>

                  men's 100 heats at Montréal Olympics:

                  0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.01, 0.0, 0.0

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                  • #10
                    Re: Complete Paris Results

                    Allen Johnson's 12.97 in the 110 hurdles was one of the meet's top performances, if not THE performance. Very strong mark from Gail Devers too.

                    The men's 100 was a snooze, although Bernard Williams notched a victory in the "A" race. It will boost his confidence in the showdown to Paris. When Patrick Johnson faced virtually all the big guns at once, he didn't do so hot. I see him in the Worlds finish, but not a medal. What's up with Dwain Chambers?

                    Allyson Felix's 3rd place finish in the women's 200 is nice. The teen is building up her international experience, but not overracing.

                    David Krummenacker's 4th place finish in the 800 aside isn't bad. Too bad he was one of the few U.S. distance runners in France. Then again, unlike our sprinters our distance corps is too dang slow to get a decent number of invites to meets like Gaz de France.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Complete Paris Results

                      Re: the wind...I was there and as close to the homestretch as its possible to be (row 1) There wasn't any breeze at all at track level. GH is correct: the design of this (huge) stadium pretty effectively masks whatever breeze there might be outside. Sad to see Geb get beat, but he's still awfully impressive for someone who's been on the scene for a full decade. After seeing Bekele's amazing kick in Lausanne, I'd love to see him, Chebii, and Geb, of course, in a FAST 5000. I'd like to see any of them try to do a 52 or 53 last lap off, say, a 12:40 pace.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Complete Paris Results

                        Several observations and/or questions:

                        1) Biggest upset would probably go to Mehdi Baala, who held off Bernard Lagat. I like this guy, but probably for no other reason than I know his wife (who ran for my alma mater a few years back).

                        2) I've noticed Gail Devers wears a chain dangling out of the right leg of her briefs with a charm on it. Anybody know the significance?

                        3) Those of you who think Carol Lewis is an awful announcer (and I agree with you) haven't heard anything like CBC's Don Whitman. First of all, he does literally no prep work -- it's obvious that he doesn't look at unfamiliar names before he goes on the air. He almost always mispronounces them (and pronounced Makarov's name two different ways within 15 seconds). Finally, he knows nothing; in response to a mail inquiry about whether or not rabbits are paid, he said "I believe they recieve some financial remuneration for their efforts", implying that he really wasn't sure (and his tongue tripped over "remuneration" to boot). Atleast they got rid of the grating Geoff Gowan and replaced him with a bland and boring Michael Smith. Bland and boring -- that's the Canadian way!

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