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  • All-time/All-World Championships!

    Just for fun...

    What would the results look like if there were a World Championships competition with the all-time best athletes in the world, in each event, competing against each other? Where would your country come out, point-wise?
    Here's the rules:

    - Finals only competition - Top 8 in each event score points: 1st=10pts, 2nd=8pts, 3rd=6pts, 4th=5pts, 5th=4pts, 6th=3pts, 7th=2pts, 8th=1pt)
    - Only the top 3 athletes from each country can compete/score.
    - Relay teams from the same country must have completely different members (i.e. Michael Johnson can't be on two teams at the same time).
    - Olympic events and legal-outdoor marks only.

    I'll start it off with the results of my favorite two events:

    Men's 400m Intermediate Hurdles:
    1) 46.78 - Kevin Young - USA (10pts)
    2) 47.02 - Edwin Moses - USA (8pts)
    3) 47.03 - Bryan Bronson - USA (6pts)
    4) 47.10 - Samuel Matete - Zambia (5pts)
    5) 47.23 - Amadou Dia Ba - Senegal (4pts)
    6) 47.25 - Felix Sanchez - Domincan Rep. (3pts)
    7) 47.37 - Stephan Diagana - France (2pts)
    8) 47.48 - Harald Schmid - Germany (1pt)

    Men's Triple Jump:
    1) 18.29 - Jonathan Edwards - Great Britan (10pts)
    2) 18.09 - Kenny Harrison - USA (8pts)
    3) 17.97 - Willie Banks - USA (6pts)
    4) 17.92 - Khristo Markov - Bulgaria (4.5pts)
    4) 17.92 - James Beckford - Jamaica (4.5pts)
    6) 17.90 - Vladimir Inozemtsev - Ukraine (3pts)
    7) 17.89 - João Carlos de Oliveira - Brazil (2pts)
    8) 17.87 - Mike Conley - USA (1pt)

    Point totals after 2 events:
    39 - USA
    10 - Great Britain
    5 - Zambia
    4.5 - Bulgaria
    4.5 - Jamaica
    4 - Senegal
    3 - Dominican Rep.
    3 - Ukraine
    2 - France
    2 - Brazil
    1 - Germany

    The total points list will probably get long, but I think it's fun, and it makes for a heck of a fantasy track meet!

    Who wants to play?

  • #2
    Re: All-time/All-World Championships!

    Here's the Men's 4x400m, also (just to help explain the relay rules):

    1) 2:54.20 - USA (Young, Pettigrew, Washington, Johnson) (10pts)
    2) 2:55.99 - USA (Smith, Harrison, Mills, Maybank) (8pts)
    3) 2:56.16 - USA (Matthews, Freeman, James, Evans) (6pts)
    4) 2:56.60 - Great Britain (Thomas, Baulch, Richardson, Black) (5pts)
    5) 2:56.75 - Jamaica (McDonald, Haughton, McFarlane, Clark) (4pts)
    6) 2:58.00 - Poland (Rysiukiewicz, Czubak, Haczek, Mackowiak) (3pts)
    7) 2:58.19 - Bahamas (Moncur, Brown, McIntosh, Munnigs) (2pts)
    8) 2:58.56 - Brazil (da Silva, dos Santos, de Araújo, Parrela) (1pt)

    Point totals after 3 events:
    63 - USA
    14 - Great Britain
    8.5 -Jamaica
    5 - Zambia
    4.5 - Bulgaria
    4 - Senegal
    3 - Brazil
    3 - Dominican Rep.
    3 - Poland
    3 - Ukraine
    2 - Bahamas
    2 - France
    1 - Germany

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    • #3
      Re: All-time/All-World Championships!

      Point
      >totals after 3 events:
      63 - USA
      14 - Great Britain


      That's probably the highest GBR are going to get! The more events you do scoring for, the further down we're going to go :-(

      As expected, USA are dominating the list already after a few events. I'd be interested to see how the women's lists would go - I'd guess it would be a close battle between USA, Russia, GDR, and China.

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      • #4
        Re: All-time/All-World Championships!

        Okay, I've been bored this morning, and I'm too impatient to wait for you guys, so I went ahead and did it myself (the men's side, anyway):

        Men’s 100m:
        1) 9.78 – Tim Montgomery – USA (10pts)
        2) 9.79 – Maurice Greene – USA (8pts)
        3) 9.84 – Donovan Bailey – Canada (5.5pts)
        3) 9.84 – Bruny Surin – Canada (5.5pts)
        5) 9.85 – Leroy Burrell – USA (4pts)
        6) 9.86 – Frank Fredreicks – Namibia (2.5pts)
        6) 9.86 – Ato Boldon – Trinidad (2.5pts)
        8) 9.87 – Linford Christie – Great Britain (1pt)

        Men’s 200m:
        1) 19.32 – Michael Johnson – USA (10pts)
        2) 19.68 – Frank Fredricks – Namibia (8pts)
        3) 19.72 – Pietro Mennea – Italy (6pts)
        4) 19.73 – Michael Marsh – USA (5pts)
        5) 19.75 – Carl Lewis – USA (4pts)
        6) 19.77 – Ato Boldon – Trinidad (3pts)
        7) 19.84 – Francis Obikwelu – Nigeria (2pts)
        8) 19.85 – Konstadinos Kederis – Greece (1pt)

        Men’s 400m:
        1) 43.18 – Michael Johnson – USA (10pts)
        2) 43.29 – Butch Reynolds – USA (8pts)
        3) 43.50 – Quincy Watts – USA (6pts)
        4) 44.14 – Roberto Hernandez – Cuba (5pts)
        5) 44.17 – Innocent Egbunike – Nigeria (4pts)
        6) 44.18 – Samson Kitur – Kenya (3pts)
        7) 44.20 – Charles Gitonga – Kenya (2pts)
        8) 44.21 – Ian Morris – Trinidad (1pt)

        Men’s 800m:
        1) 1:41.11 – Wilson Kipketer – Denmark (10pts)
        2) 1:41.73 – Sebastian Coe – Great Britain (8pts)
        3) 1:41.77 – Joaquim Cruz – Brazil (6pts)
        4) 1:42.28 – Sammy Koskei – Kenya (5pts)
        5) 1:42.34 – Wifred Bungei – Kenya (4pts)
        6) 1:42.47 – Yuriy Borzakovskiy – Russia (3pts)
        7) 1:42.55 – Andre Bucher – Switzerland (2pts)
        8) 1:42.58 – Vbjorn Rodal – Norway (1pt)

        Men’s 1500m:
        1) 3:26.00 – Hicham El Guerrouj – Morocco (10pts)
        2) 3:26.34 – Bernard Lagat – Kenya (8pts)
        3) 3:27.52 – Noureddine Morceli – Algeria (6pts)
        4) 3:28.12 – Noah Ngeny – Kenya (5pts)
        5) 3:28.95 – Fermin Cacho – Spain (4pts)
        6) 3:28.98 – Mehdi Baala – France (3pts)
        7) 3:29.18 – Venuste Niyongabo – Burundi (2pts)
        8) 3:29.29 – William Chirchir – Kenya (1pt)

        Men’s 5000m:
        1) 12:39.36 – Haile Gebrselassie – Etheopia (10pts)
        2) 12:39.74 – Daniel Komen – Kenya (8pts)
        3) 12:48.81 – Stephen Cherono – Kenya (6pts)
        4) 12:49.28 – Brahim Lahlafi – Morocoo (5pts)
        5) 12:49.71 – Mohammed Mourhit – Belgium (4pts)
        6) 12:49.87 – Paul Tergat – Kenya (3pts)
        7) 12:50.24 – Hicham El Guerrouj – Morocco (2pts)
        8) 12:50.80 – Salah Hissou – Morocco (1pt)

        Men’s 10,000m:
        1) 26:22.75 – Haile Gebrselassie – Etheopia (10pts)
        2) 26:27.85 – Paul Tergat – Kenya (8pts)
        3) 26:30.03 – Nicholas Kemboi – Kenya (6pts)
        4) 26:36.26 – Paul Koech – Kenya (5pts)
        5) 26:38.08 – Salah Hissou – Morocco (4pts)
        6) 26:38.76 – Abdullah Ahmad Hassan – Qatar (3pts)
        7) 26:49.57 – Kenenisa Bekele – Etheopia (2pts)
        8) 26:49.90 – Assefa Mezgebu – Etheopia (1pt)

        Men’s Marathon:
        1) 2:04.55 – Paul Tergat – Kenya (10pts)
        2) 2:04.56 – Sammy Korir – Kenya (8pts)
        3) 2:05.38 – Khalid Khannouchi – USA (6pts)
        4) 2:05.50 – Evans Rutto – Kenya (5pts)
        5) 2:06.05 – Ronaldo da Costa – Brazil (4pts)
        6) 2:06.16 – Toshinari Takaoka – Japan (3pts)
        7) 2:06.33 – Gert Thys – South Africa (2pts)
        8) 2:06.35 – Haile Gebrselassie – Ethiopia (1pt)

        Men’s 110m High Hurdles:
        1) 12.91 – Colin Jackson – Great Britain (10pts)
        2) 12.92 – Allen Johnson – USA (7pts)
        2) 12.92 – Roger Kindgom – USA (7pts)
        4) 12.93 – Renaldo Nehemiah – USA (5pts)
        5) 13.00 – Tony Jarrett – Great Britain (3.5pts)
        5) 13.00 – Anier Garcia – Cuba (3.5pts)
        7) 13.05 – Florian Schwarthoff – Germany (2pts)
        8) 13.08 – Mark McKoy – Canada (1pt)

        Men’s 400m Int. Hurdles:
        1) 46.78 – Kevin Young – USA (10pts)
        2) 47.02 – Edwin Moses – USA (8pts)
        3) 47.03 – Bryan Bronson – USA (6pts)
        4) 47.10 – Samuel Matete – Zambia (5pts)
        5) 47.23 – Amadou Dia Ba – Senegal (4pts)
        6) 47.25 – Felix Sanchez – Dominican Rep. (3pts)
        7) 47.37 – Stephane Diagana – France (2pts)
        8) 47.48 – Harald Schmid – Germany (1pt)

        Men’s 3000m Steeplechase:
        1) 7:53.17 – Brahim Boulami – Morocco (10pts)
        2) 7:55.72 – Bernard Barmasai – Kenya (8pts)
        3) 7:56.16 – Moses Kiptanui – Kenya (6pts)
        4) 7:57.29 – Reuben Kosgei – Kenya (5pts)
        5) 7:57.38 – Saif Saaeed Shaheen – Qatar (4pts)
        6) 8:03.57 – Ali Ezzine – Morocco (3pts)
        7) 8:06.91 – Simon Vroemen – Netherlands (2pts)
        8) 8:06.91 – Bouabdallah Tahri – France (1pt)

        Men’s 4x100m Relay:
        1) 37.40 – USA (Marsh, Burrell, Dennis, Carl Lewis) (10pts)
        2) 37.59 – USA (Drummond, Montgomery, Brian Lewis, Greene) (8pts)
        3) 37.69 – Canada (Esmie, Gilbert, Surin, Bailey) (6pts)
        4) 37.73 – Great Britain (Gardener, Campbell, Devonish, Chambers) (5pts)
        5) 37.77 – Great Britain (Jackson, Jarrett, Regis, Christie) (4pts)
        6) 37.79 – France (Moriniere, Sangouma, Trouabal, Marie-Rose) (3pts)
        7) 37.90 – Brazil (de Lima, Ribeiro, Domingos, Quirino) (2pts)
        8) 37.91 – Nigeria (Asonze, Obikwelu, Effiong, Aliu) (1pt)

        Men’s 4x400m Relay:
        1) 2:54.20 - USA (Young, Pettigrew, Washington, Johnson) (10pts)
        2) 2:55.99 - USA (Smith, Harrison, Mills, Maybank) (8pts)
        3) 2:56.16 - USA (Matthews, Freeman, James, Evans) (6pts)
        4) 2:56.60 - Great Britain (Thomas, Baulch, Richardson, Black) (5pts)
        5) 2:56.75 - Jamaica (McDonald, Haughton, McFarlane, Clark) (4pts)
        6) 2:58.00 - Poland (Rysiukiewicz, Czubak, Haczek, Mackowiak) (3pts)
        7) 2:58.19 - Bahamas (Moncur, Brown, McIntosh, Munnigs) (2pts)
        8) 2:58.56 - Brazil (da Silva, dos Santos, de Araújo, Parrela) (1pt)

        Men’s Long Jump:
        1) 8.95 – Mike Powell – USA (10pts)
        2) 8.90 – Bob Beamon – USA (8pts)
        3) 8.87 – Carl Lewis – USA (6pts)
        4) 8.86 – Robert Emmiyan – Armenia (5pts)
        5) 8.71 – Ivan Pedroso – Cuba (4pts)
        6) 8.62 – James Beckford – Jamaica (3pts)
        7) 8.56 – Yago Lamela – Spain (2pts)
        8) 8.54 – Lutz Dombrowski – Germany (1pt)

        Men’s Triple Jump:
        1) 18.29 - Jonathan Edwards - Great Britan (10pts)
        2) 18.09 - Kenny Harrison - USA (8pts)
        3) 17.97 - Willie Banks - USA (6pts)
        4) 17.92 - Khristo Markov - Bulgaria (4.5pts)
        4) 17.92 - James Beckford - Jamaica (4.5pts)
        6) 17.90 - Vladimir Inozemtsev - Ukraine (3pts)
        7) 17.89 - João Carlos de Oliveira - Brazil (2pts)
        8) 17.87 - Mike Conley - USA (1pt)

        Men’s High Jump:
        1) 2.45 – Javier Sotomayor – Cuba (10pts)
        2) 2.42 – Patrik Sjoberg – Sweden (8pts)
        3) 2.41 – Igor Paklin – Kyrgyz Rep. (6pts)
        4) 2.40 – Rudolf Povarnitsyn – Ukraine (3.5pts)
        4) 2.40 – Charles Austin – USA (3.5pts)
        4) 2.40 – Sorin Matei – Romania (3.5pts)
        4) 2.40 – Vyacheslav Voronin – Russia (3.5pts)
        8) 2.39 – Jianhua Zhu – China (0.5pts)
        8) 2.39 – Hollis Conway – USA (0.5pts)

        Men’s Pole Vault:
        1) 6.14 – Sergey Bubka – Ukraine (10pts)
        2) 6.05 – Maksim Tarasov – Russia (7pts)
        2) 6.05 – Dmitri Markov – Australia (7pts)
        4) 6.03 – Okkert Brits – South Africa (4.5pts)
        4) 6.03 – Jeff Hartwig – USA (4.5pts)
        6) 6.01 – Igor Trandenkov – Russia (3pts)
        7) 6.00 – Radion Gataullin – Uzbekistan (1.5pts)
        7) 6.00 – Tim Lobinger – Germany (1.5pts)

        Men’s Shot Put:
        1) 23.12 – Randy Barnes – USA (10pts)
        2) 23.06 – Ulf Timmermann – Germany (8pts)
        3) 22.91 – Alessandro Andrei – Italy (6pts)
        4) 22.86 – Brian Oldfield – USA (5pts)
        5) 22.75 – Werner Gunthor – Switzerland (4pts)
        6) 22.67 – Kevin Toth – USA (3pts)
        7) 22.64 – Udo Beyer – Germany (2pts)
        8) 22.24 – Sergey Smirnov – Russia (1pt)

        Men’s Discus:
        1) 74.08 – Jurgen Schult – Germany (10pts)
        2) 73.88 – Virgilijus Alekna – Lithuania (8pts)
        3) 71.86 – Yuriy Dumchev – Russia (6pts)
        4) 71.70 – Robert Fazekas – Hungary (5pts)
        5) 71.50 – Lars Riedel – Germany (4pts)
        6) 71.32 – Ben Plucknett – USA (3pts)
        7) 71.26 – John Powell – USA (1pt)
        7) 71.26 – Rickard Bruch – Sweden (1pt)
        7) 71.26 – Imrich Bugar – Czech Rep. (1pt)

        Men’s Hammer:
        1) 86.74 – Yuriy Sedykh – Russia (10pts)
        2) 86.04 – Sergey Litvinov – Russia (8pts)
        3) 84.86 – Koji Murofushi – Japan (6pts)
        4) 84.62 – Igor Astapkovich – Belarus (5pts)
        5) 84.48 – Igor Nikulin – Russia (4pts)
        6) 84.40 – Juri Tamm – Estonia (3pts)
        7) 84.32 – Ivan Tikhon – Belarus (2pts)
        8) 84.19 – Adrian Annus – Hungary (1pt)

        Men’s Javelin:
        1) 98.48 – Jan Zelezny – Czech Rep. (10pts)
        2) 93.09 – Aki Parviainen – Finland (8pts)
        3) 92.61 – Sergey Makarav – Russia (6pts)
        4) 92.60 – Raymond Hecht – Germany (5pts)
        5) 91.69 – Konstadinos Gatsioudis – Greece (4pts)
        6) 91.46 – Steve Backley – Great Britain (3pts)
        7) 90.60 – Seppo Raty – Finland (2pts)
        8) 90.44 – Boris Henry – Germany (1pt)

        Men’s Decathlon:
        1) 9026 – Roman Sebrle – Czech Rep. (10pts)
        2) 8994 – Tomas Dvorak – Czech Rep. (8pts)
        3) 8891 – Dan O’Brien – USA (6pts)
        4) 8847 – Daley Thompson – Great Britain (5pts)
        5) 8832 – Jurgen Hingsen – Germany (4pts)
        6) 8815 – Erki Nool – Estonia (3pts)
        7) 8792 – Uwe Freimuth – Germany (2pts)
        8) 8784 – Tom Pappas – USA (1pt)

        Final Point Totals:
        USA – 223
        KEN – 106
        GBR – 54.5
        GER – 41.5
        MAR – 35
        RUS – 29.5
        CZE – 29
        ETH – 24
        CUB – 22.5
        CAN – 18
        UKR – 16.5
        BRA – 15
        ITA – 12
        JAM – 11.5
        NAM – 10.5
        DEN – 10
        FIN – 10
        FRA – 9
        SWE – 9
        LIT – 8
        AUS – 7
        NIG – 7
        QAT – 7
        RSA – 6.5
        TRI – 6.5
        ALG – 6
        KYR – 6
        SPN – 6
        SUI – 6
        ARM – 5
        GRE – 5
        HUN – 5
        ZAM – 5
        BUL – 4.5
        BEL – 4
        SEN – 4
        ROM – 3.5
        DOM – 3
        EST – 3
        JPN – 3
        POL – 3
        BAH – 2
        BUR – 2
        NED – 2
        UZB – 1.5
        NOR – 1
        CHN – 0.5

        What I wouldn't give to watch THIS competition!

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        • #5
          Re: All-time/All-World Championships!

          that's good and cool work Grasshopper, I will have fun reading it over. Thanks !

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          • #6
            Re: All-time/All-World Championships!

            I have used the same criteria as Grasshopper when compiling the womens finals. This is the results ->

            Women’s 100m:
            1) 10.61 – Florence Griffith-Joyner – USA (10pts)
            2) 10.65 – Marion Jones – USA (8pts)
            3) 10.73 – Christine Arron – France (6pts)
            4) 10.74 – Merlene Otttey – Jamaica (5pts)
            5) 10.76 – Evelyn Ashford – USA (4pts)
            6) 10.77 – Irina Privalova – Russia (3pts)
            7) 10.79 – Li Xuemei – China (2pts)
            8) 10.81 – Marlies Göhr – Germany (1pt)

            Women’s 200m:
            1) 21.34 – Florence Griffith-Joyner – USA (10pts)
            2) 21.62 – Marion Jones – USA (8pts)
            3) 21.64 – Merlene Otttey – Jamaica (6pts)
            4) 21.71 – Marita Koch – Germany (4.5pts)
            4) 21.71 – Heike Dreschler - Germany (4.5pts)
            6) 21.72 – Grace Jackson – Jamaica (3pts)
            7) 21.74 – Silke Möller – Germany (2pts)
            8) 21.77 – Gwen Torrence - USA (0.5pt)
            8) 21.77 – Inger Miller - USA (0.5pt)

            Women’s 400m:
            1) 47.60 – Marita Koch - Germany (10pts)
            2) 47.99 – Jarmila Kratochvílová – Czech Republic (8pts)
            3) 48.25 – Marie-José Pérec – France (6pts)
            4) 48.27 – Olga Bryzgina – Ukraine (5pts)
            5) 48.59 – Tatána Kocembová – Czech Republic (4pts)
            6) 48.63 – Cathy Freeman – Australia (3pts)
            7) 48.83 – Valerie Brisco – USA (2pts)
            8) 48.89 – Ana Guevara – Mexico (1pt)

            Women’s 800m:
            1) 1:53.28 – Jarmila Kratochvílová – Czech Republic (10pts)
            2) 1:53.43 – Nadezhda Olizarenko – Ukraine (8pts)
            3) 1:54.44 – Ana Fidelia Quirot – Cuba (6pts)
            4) 1:54.81 – Olga Minyeva – Russia (5pts)
            5) 1:54.94 – Tatyana Kazankina – Russia (4pts)
            6) 1:55.05 – Doina Melinte – Romania (3pts)
            7) 1:55.19 – Maria Mutola – Mozambique (1.5pts)
            7) 1:55.19 – Jolanda Ceplak – Slovania (1.5pt)

            Women’s 1500m:
            1) 3:50.46 – Qu Yunxia – China (10pts)
            2) 3:50.98 – Jiang Bo – China (8pts)
            3) 3:51.34 – Lang Yinglai – China (6pts)
            4) 3:52.47 – Tatyana Kazankina – Russia (5pts)
            5) 3:53.96 – Paula Ivan – Romania (4pts)
            6) 3:54.23 – Olga Dvirna – Russia (3pts)
            7) 3:55.30 – Hassiba Boulmerka – Algeria (2pts)
            8) 3:55.33 – Süreyya Ayhan – Turkey (1pt)

            Women’s 5000m:
            1) 14:28.09 – Jiang Bo – China (10pts)
            2) 14:29.32 – Olga Yegorova – Russia (7pts)
            2) 14:29.32 – Berhane Adere – Ethiopia (7pts)
            4) 14:29.82 – Dong Yanmei – China (5pts)
            5) 14:30.88 – Getenesh Wami – Ethiopia (4pts)
            6) 14:31.42 – Paula Radcliffe – Great Britain (3pts)
            7) 14:31.48 – Gabriela Szabo – Romania (2pts)
            8) 14:32.08 – Zahra Ouaziz – Morocco (1pt)

            Women’s 10.000m:
            1) 29:31.78 – Wang Junxia – China (10pts)
            2) 30:01.09 – Paula Radcliffe –Great Britain (8pts)
            3) 30:04.18 – Berhane Adere – Ethiopia (6pts)
            4) 30:07.15 – Werknesh Kidane – Ethiopia (5pts)
            5) 30:07.20 – Sun Yingjie – China (4pts)
            6) 30:12.53 – Lornah Kiplagat – Netherlands (3pts)
            7) 30:13.37 – Zhong Huandi – China (2pts)
            8) 30:13.74 – Ingrid Kristiansen – Norway (1pt)

            Women’s Marathon:
            1) 2:15:25 – Paula Radcliffe – Great Britain (10pts)
            2) 2:18.47 – Catherine N'dereba – Kenya (8pts)
            3) 2:19:39 – Sun Yingjie – China (6pts)
            4) 2:19.46 – Naoko Takahashi – Japan (5pts)
            5) 2:20.43 – Tegla Loroupe – Kenya (3.5pts)
            5) 2:20.43 – Margaret Okayo – Kenya (3.5pts)
            7) 2:21.16 – Deena Kastor – USA (2pts)
            8) 2:21.18 – Mizuki Noguchi – Japan (1pt)

            Women’s 100m Hurdles:
            1) 12.21 – Yordanka Donkova – Bulgaria (10pts)
            2) 12.25 – Ginka Zagorcheva – Bulgaria (8pts)
            3) 12.26 – Ludmila Narozilenko – Russia (6pts)
            4) 12.33 – Gail Devers – USA (5pts)
            5) 12.36 – Grazyna Rabsztyn – Poland (4pts)
            6) 12.39 – Vera Komisova – Russia (2.5pts)
            6) 12.39 – Natalya Grigoryeva – Ukraine (2.5pts)
            8) 12.42 – Bettine Jahn – Germany (0.5pt)
            8) 12.42 – Anjanette Kirkland – USA (0.5pt)

            Women’s 400m Int. Hurdles:
            1) 52.34 – Yuliya Pechonkina – Russia (10pts)
            2) 52.61 – Kim Batten – USA (8pts)
            3) 52.62 – Tonja Buford-Bailey – USA (6pts)
            4) 52.74 – Sally Gunnell – Great Britain (5pts)
            5) 52.79 – Sandra Farmer-Patrick – USA (4pts)
            6) 52.82 – Deon Hemmings – Jamaica (3pts)
            7) 52.89 – Daimí Pernía – Cuba (2pts)
            8) 52.90 – Nezha Bidouane – Morocco (1pt)

            Women’s 3000m Steeplechase:
            1) 9:08.33 – Gulnara Samitova – Russia (10pts)
            2) 9:16.51 – Alesya Turova – Belarus (8pts)
            3) 9:22.29 – Justyna Bak – Poland (6pts)
            4) 9:24.78 – Lyubov Ivanova – Russia (5pts)
            5) 9:32.31 – Yekaterina Volkova – Russia (4pts)
            6) 9:33.12 – Elodie Olivarès – France (3pts)
            7) 9:33.16 – Cristina Casandra – Romania (2pts)
            8) 9:38.31 – Melanie Schulz – Germany (1pt)

            Women’s 4x100m Relay:
            1) 41.37 – Germany (Möller. Günther. Auerswald. Göhr) (10pts)
            2) 41.47 – USA (Gaines. Jones. Miller. Devers) (8pts)
            3) 41.49 – Russia (Bogoslovskaya. Malchugina. Voronova. Privalova) (6pts)
            4) 41.55– USA (Brown. Williams. Griggith-Joyner. Marshall) (5pts)
            5) 41.78 – France (Girard. Hurtis. Félix. Arron) (4pts)
            6) 41.92 – Bahamas (Fynes. Sturrup. Davis-Thompson. Ferguson) (3pts)
            7) 41.94 – Jamaica (Duhaney. Cuthbert. McDonald. Ottey) (2pts)
            8) 42.00 – Soviet Union**(Nastburko. Voronova. Zhirova. Barbashina) (1pt)
            * two runners from Russia. two from Ukraine 0.5 to each RUS/UKR

            Women’s 4x400m Relay:
            1) 3:15.17 - Soviet Union* (Ledovskaya. Nazarova. Pinigina. Bryzgina) (10pts)
            2) 3:15.51 - USA (Hill. Dixon. Brisco. Griffith-Joyner) (8pts)
            3) 3:15.92 - Germany (Walther. Busch. Neubauer. Koch) (6pts)
            4) 3:16.71 - USA (Torrence. Malone. Kaiser-Brown. Miles-Clark) (5pts)
            5) 3:18.38 - Russia (Ruzina. Alekseyeva. Ponomaryova. Privalova) (4pts)
            6) 3:19.23 - Germany (Maletzki. Rohde. Streidt. Lathan) (3pts)
            7) 3:20.12 - Soviet Union^ (Prororchenko. Goyshchik. Zyuskova. I. Nazarova) (2pts)
            8) 3:20.32 - Czechoslovakia (Kocembová. Strnadová. Morvciková. Kratochvilová) (1pt)
            *2 from UKR 5pts. one each from RUS and BLR 2.5pts/each
            ^2 from RUS and 2 from UKR. 1 pts each

            Women’s Long Jump:
            1) 7.52 – Galina Chistyakova – Russia (10pts)
            2) 7.49 – Jackie Joyner-Kersee – USA (8pts)
            3) 7.48 – Heike Drechsler – Germany (6pts)
            4) 7.43 – Anisoara Cusmir – Romania (5pts)
            5) 7.42 – Tatyana Kotova – Russia (4pts)
            6) 7.39 – Yelena Belevskaya – Belarus (3pts)
            7) 7.37 – Inessa Kravets – Ukraine (2pts)
            8) 7.31 – Yelena Khlopotnova – Ukraine (0.5pt)
            8) 7.31 – Marion Jones – USA (0.5pt)

            Women’s Triple Jump:
            1) 15.50 - Inessa Kravets - Ukraine (10pts)
            2) 15.32 - Tatyana Lebedeva - Russia (8pts)
            3) 15.29 - Yamilé Aldama - Cuba (6pts)
            4) 15.20 - Sárka Kaspárková - Czech Republic (4.5pts)
            4) 15.20 - Tereza Marinova - Bulgaria (4.5pts)
            6) 15.16 - Rodica Mateescu - Romania (3pts)
            7) 15.15 - Ashia Hansen - Great Britain (2pts)
            8) 15.12 - Iva Prandzheva - Bulgaria (1pt)

            Women’s High Jump:
            1) 2.09 – Stefka Kostadinova – Bulgaria (10pts)
            2) 2.07 – Lyudmila Andonova – Bulgaria (8pts)
            3) 2.06 –Kajsa Bergqvist – Sweden (5.5pts)
            3) 2.06 – Hestrie Cloete – South Africa (5.5pts)
            5) 2.05 – Tamara Bykova – Russia (3pts)
            5) 2.05 – Heike Henkel – Germany (3pts)
            5) 2.05 – Inga Babakova – Ukraine (3pts)
            8) 2.04 – Silvia Costa – Cuba (0.5pts)
            8) 2.04 – Venelina Veneva – Bulgaria (0.5pts)

            Women’s Pole Vault:
            1) 4.82 – Yelena Isinbayeva – Russia (10pts)
            2) 4.81 – Stacy Dragila – USA (8pts)
            3) 4.78 – Svetlana Feofanova – Russia (6pts)
            4) 4.77 – Annika Becker – Germany (5pts)
            5) 4.70 – Tatyana Polnova – Russia (3.5pts)
            5) 4.70 – Yvonne Buschbaum – Germany (3.5pts)
            7) 4.65 – Mary Sauer – USA (2pts)
            8) 4.62 – Monika Pyrek – Poland (1pts)

            Women’s Shot Put:
            1) 22.63 – Natalya Lisovskaya – Russia (10pts)
            2) 22.45 – Ilona Slupianek – Germany (8pts)
            3) 22.32 – Helena Fibingerová – Czech Republic (6pts)
            4) 22.19 – Claudia Losch – Germany (5pts)
            5) 21.89 – Ivanka Khristova – Bulgaria (4pts)
            6) 21.86 – Marianne Adam – Germany (3pts)
            7) 21.76 – Li Meisu – China (2pts)
            8) 21.73 – Natalya Akhrimenko – Russia (1pt)

            Women’s Discus:
            1) 76.80 – Gabriele Reinsch – Germany (10pts)
            2) 74.56 – Ilke Wyludda – Germany (7pts)
            2) 74.56 – Zdenka Silhavá – Czech Republic (7pts)
            4) 74.08 – Diana Gansky – Germany (5pts)
            5) 73.84 – Daniela Costian – Romania (4pts)
            6) 73.28 – Galina Savinkova – Russia (3pts)
            7) 73.22 – Tsvetanka Khristova – Bulgaria (2pt)
            8) 72.14 – Galina Murashova – Lithuania (1pt)

            Women’s Hammer:
            1) 76.07 – Mihaela Melinte – Romania (10pts)
            2) 75.68 – Olga Kuzenkova – Russia (8pts)
            3) 75.14 – Yipsi Moreno – Cuba (6pts)
            4) 74.50 – Manuela Montebrun – France (5pts)
            5) 72.96 – Irina Sekachova – Ukriane (4pts)
            6) 72.60 – Kamila Skolimowska – Poland (3pts)
            7) 72.03– Gu Yuan – China (2pts)
            8) 72.01 – Anna Mahon – USA (1pt)

            Women’s Javelin:
            1) 71.54 – Osleidys Menéndez – Cuba (10pts)
            2) 69.48 – Trine Hattestad – Norway (8pts)
            3) 67.51 – Miréla Manjani – Greece (6pts)
            4) 67.20 – Tatyana Shikolenko – Russia (5pts)
            5) 66.91 – Tanja Damaske – Germany (4pts)
            6) 66.80 – Louise Currey – Australia (3pts)
            7) 66.54 – Sonia Bisset – Cuba (2pts)
            8) 65.76 – Steffi Nerius – Germany (1pt)

            Women’s Heptathlon:
            1)7291 – Jackie Joyner-Kersee – USA (10pts)
            2) 7007 – Larisa Nikitina – Russia (8pts)
            3) 7001 – Carolina Klüft – Sweden (6pts)
            4) 6985 – Sabine Braun – Germany (5pts)
            5) 6946 – Sabine John – Germany (4pts)
            6) 6942 – Ghada Shouaa – Syria (3pts)
            7) 6935 – Ramona Neubert – Germany (2pts)
            8) 6861 – Eunice Barber – France (1pt)


            RUS 157
            USA 124
            GER 114
            CHN 67
            BUL 48
            UKR 41.5
            CZE 40.5
            ROM 33
            CUB 32.5
            GBR 28
            FRA 25
            ETH 22
            JAM 19
            KEN 15
            POL 14
            BLR 13.5
            SWE 11.5
            NOR 8
            AUS 6
            GRE 6
            JPN 6
            RSA 5.5
            BAH 3
            NED 3
            SYR 3
            ALG 2
            MAR 2
            MOZ 1.5
            SLO 1.5
            LTU 1
            MEX 1
            NOR 1
            TUR 1

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