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PROTRACK » GENERAL » IAAF World Champs 2013 - M400m H/S/F Merritt smashes 44s

IAAF World Champs 2013 - M400m H/S/F Merritt smashes 44s

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400 METRES - MEN
HEATS RESULT
SUMMARY

First 4 in each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q)
POS RANK HEAT BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS
1 1 3 1150 LaShawn MERRITT USA 44.92 Q
2 1 5 560 Kirani JAMES GRN 45.00 Q
3 1 1 1148 Tony MCQUAY USA 45.06 Q
4 1 2 210 Anderson HENRIQUES BRA 45.13 Q PB
5 2 3 1054 Deon LENDORE TRI 45.17 Q
6 2 5 1055 Jarrin SOLOMON TRI 45.19 Q PB
7 3 5 637 Javere BELL JAM 45.20 Q
8 1 4 349 Luguelín SANTOS DOM 45.23 Q
9 2 1 176 Jonathan BORLÉE BEL 45.24 Q
10 2 4 175 Kévin BORLÉE BEL 45.32 Q
11 2 2 642 Javon FRANCIS JAM 45.37 Q
12 3 2 612 Matteo GALVAN ITA 45.39 Q PB
12 4 2 744 Yousef Ahmed MASRAHI KSA 45.39 Q
12 3 4 151 Chris BROWN BAH 45.39 Q
15 4 4 488 Nigel LEVINE GBR 45.41 Q
16 3 3 330 Pavel MASLÁK CZE 45.44 Q
17 5 2 1129 Arman HALL USA 45.45 q
18 3 1 341 Nick EKELUND-ARENANDER DEN 45.81 Q
19 4 3 1198 José MELÉNDEZ VEN 45.82 Q PB
20 4 5 345 Gustavo CUESTA DOM 45.93 Q
21 5 4 647 Omar JOHNSON JAM 45.97 q
22 6 2 597 Brian GREGAN IRL 46.04 q
23 4 1 306 Nery BRENES CRC 46.16 Q
24 6 4 666 Yuzo KANEMARU JPN 46.18 q
25 5 3 943 Vladimir KRASNOV RUS 46.23
26 5 5 925 Wayde VAN NIEKERK RSA 46.37
27 6 3 154 LaToy WILLIAMS BAH 46.65
28 6 5 801 Kevin MOORE MLT 47.52
29 5 1 153 Ramon MILLER BAH 47.53
30 7 5 1040 Angelo GARLAND TKS 48.65
31 7 3 231 Ak. Hafiy Tajuddin ROSITI BRU 49.98
32 7 2 807 Hamdinou CHEIKH EL WELY MTN 52.33 PB
1 314 Yoandys LESCAY CUB DQ
4 810 Daniel ALEMAN NCA DQ
1 808 Thet Zaw WIN MYA DQ

Slowest qualifier was Kanemaru in 46.18. Not sure what's happened with Kevin Moore, 47.52 is way off his best.



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M400m Rankings after the Semi Finals

POS Rank Heat ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS
1 1 2 LaShawn Merritt USA 44.60 Q
2 1 1 Yousef Ahmed Masrahi KSA 44.61 Q NR
3 2 1 Tony McQuay USA 44.66 Q SB
4 1 3 Kirani James GRN 44.81 Q
5 2 3 Luguelín Santos DOM 44.83 Q
6 3 3 Pavel Maslák CZE 44.84 q NR
7 2 2 Jonathan Borlée BEL 44.85 Q SB
8 3 1 Anderson Henriques BRA 44.95 q PB
9 4 1 Kévin Borlée BEL 45.03
10 3 2 Chris Brown BAH 45.18 SB
11 4 3 Jarrin Solomon TRI 45.43
12 4 2 Deon Lendore TRI 45.47
13 5 3 Arman Hall USA 45.54
14 6 3 Nigel Levine GBR 45.60
15 5 1 Javon Francis JAM 45.62
16 5 2 Matteo Galvan ITA 45.69
17 7 3 Javere Bell JAM 45.77
18 6 2 Omar Johnson JAM 45.89
18 6 1 Nick Ekelund-Arenander DEN 45.89
20 7 2 Gustavo Cuesta DOM 45.93
21 7 1 Brian Gregan IRL 45.98
22 8 2 José Meléndez VEN 46.22
23 8 1 Yuzo Kanemaru JPN 46.28
24 8 3 Nery Brenes CRC 46.34

Interesting that Kevin Borlee going into these champs was ranked higher  (5) than brother Jonathon who ran a SB to qualify for the final. Anderson Henriques ran a PB to qualify for the final just ahead of K Borlee.

Should be a cracking final. Kirani James is still the favourite, but his semi win wasn't as convincing as Merritt's who has been the fastest in both heats & semis.

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400 METRES - MEN
FINAL RESULT

13 AUG 2013

POS BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK REACTION TIME
1 1150 LaShawn MERRITT USA 43.74 WL 0.256
2 1148 Tony MCQUAY USA 44.40 PB 0.155
3 349 Luguelín SANTOS DOM 44.52 SB 0.350
4 176 Jonathan BORLÉE BEL 44.54 SB 0.224
5 330 Pavel MASLÁK CZE 44.91 0.169
6 744 Yousef Ahmed MASRAHI KSA 44.97 0.162
7 560 Kirani JAMES GRN 44.99 0.186
8 210 Anderson HENRIQUES BRA 45.03 0.157

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http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Other-Sport/2013/08/14/Merritt-powers-to-world-400-metres-gold-as-James-fades.aspx

Merritt powers to world 400 gold as James fades

By ALISON WILDEY
The star.com
14 August 2013


MOSCOW (Reuters) - LaShawn Merritt ran a tactically perfect race to lift the United States back to the top of the 400 metres podium at the world championships on Tuesday as defending champion Kirani James faded badly to finish seventh.

Merritt took the race out from the gun and went hard over the first 200 but, unlike James, the American had plenty left in the tank coming into the home straight to seal victory in a world-leading 43.74 seconds.

The 2009 champion held a slight lead over James as the pair came off the final bend but while Merritt seemed to have endless reserves of energy, James's suddenly ran out and he went backwards through the field.

"It was poor execution on my end, I need to go back to the drawing board and think again," James told the BBC.

"I didn't come to the world championships expecting this. I just need to move on now."

Merritt's compatriot Tony McQuay made it a one-two for the U.S. who have now won all but four of the men's world titles in the event, in 44.40.

Fast-finishing Luguelin Santos of Dominican Republic edged out Belgium's Jonathan Borlee for bronze in 44.52.

"It isn't a shock that Merritt won the race, it is the way he won the race and the way James lost it," world record holder Michael Johnson told the BBC.

"James didn't want to run too fast too early but he had to, to keep up. Kirani had nothing left to give at the crucial moment."

Having finished second to the young Grenadian in Daegu in 2011, Merritt watched his Olympic crown go the same way last year after pulling up with a hamstring injury in his heat. He is the only man to beat James this season.

Merritt returned from a 21-month doping suspension in 2011 after a positive test for using an over-the-counter male enhancement product that contained a banned substance.

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