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PROTRACK » International Results & News » Sally Pearson among the nominations for IAAF Athlete of the Year

Sally Pearson among the nominations for IAAF Athlete of the Year

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http://www.iaaf.org//news/newsid=62664.html

IAAF Selects Candidates for 2011 World Athlete of the Year Award
IAAF Website
Monday, 3 October 2011


Monaco – The IAAF is pleased to announce the names of the 10 men and 10 women who have been shortlisted for the 2011 World Athlete of the Year Award.

The 10 male and female candidates have been selected by an IAAF panel of 8 athletics experts. An email poll involving the World Athletics Family will begin today and close on Sunday 23 October, midnight CET.

At the conclusion of the voting process, three male and three female finalists will be selected and announced by the IAAF.

The Council of the International Athletic Foundation will then select the male and female winners from the finalists with the announcement taking place live, on stage, during the 2011 World Athletics Gala, on 12 November 2011.

The candidates are:

in alphabetical order


Men

Yohan Blake, Jamaica

Usain Bolt, Jamaica

Mo Farah, Great Britain

Robert Harting, Germany

Kirani James, Grenada

Patrick Makau, Kenya

Koji Murofushi, Japan

David Rudisha, Kenya

Christian Taylor, USA

Jesse Williams, USA


Women

Maria Abakumova, Russia

Valerie Adams, New Zealand

Veronica Campbell Brown, Jamaica

Tatyana Chernova, Russia

Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya

Anna Chicherova, Russia

Lashinda Demus, USA

Carmelita Jeter, USA

Amantle Montsho, Botswana

Sally Pearson, Australia

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