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IAAF World Champs 2013 - W400m H/S/F

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1 IAAF World Champs 2013 - W400m H/S/F on Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:28 am

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400 Metres - women
First 4 in each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q)
POS Rank Heat ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS
1 1 2 Christine Ohuruogu GBR 50.20 Q
2 1 3 Francena McCorory USA 50.56 Q
3 2 2 Natasha Hastings USA 50.64 Q
4 1 4 Kseniya Ryzhova RUS 50.69 Q
5 1 5 Amantle Montsho BOT 50.75 Q
6 2 4 Novlene Williams-Mills JAM 50.83 Q
7 2 3 Stephanie McPherson JAM 50.98 Q
8 2 5 Regina George NGR 51.01 Q
9 3 4 Nataliia Pygyda UKR 51.17 Q SB
10 1 1 Antonina Krivoshapka RUS 51.27 Q
11 3 3 Libania Grenot ITA 51.43 Q SB
12 2 1 Ashley Spencer USA 51.48 Q
13 4 4 Bianca Razor ROU 51.51 Q PB
14 3 1 Kineke Alexander VIN 51.62 Q SB
15 4 3 Floria Guei FRA 51.75 Q
16 3 2 Marie Gayot FRA 51.83 Q
17 4 1 Omolara Omotoso NGR 51.98 Q
18 5 4 Tjipekapora Herunga NAM 52.01 q SB
19 6 4 Chiara Bazzoni ITA 52.14 q
20 7 4 Esther Cremer GER 52.17 q
21 3 5 Patricia Hall JAM 52.20 Q
22 4 2 Amy Mbacke Thiam SEN 52.24 Q
23 5 1 Agne Šerkšniené LTU 52.28 q PB
24 5 2 Moa Hjelmer SWE 52.39
25 4 5 Aauri Lorena Bokesa ESP 52.44 Q
26 6 1 Olesea Cojuhari MDA 52.45
27 5 5 Jennifer Carey IRL 52.62
28 6 5 Caitlin Sargent AUS 52.63
29 6 2 Joelma Sousa BRA 53.01
30 5 3 Alicia Brown CAN 53.26
31 7 1 Kadecia Baird GUY 53.73
32 6 3 Yanmin Zhao CHN 54.03
33 7 2 Gretta Taslakian LIB 54.56
34 7 3 Sade Sealy BAR 55.45
35 8 2 Phumlile Ndzinisa SWZ 56.36
DQ R163.3 5 Maureen Jelagat Maiyo KEN


W400m SF
2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q)
POS Rank Heat ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS
1 1 1 Amantle Montsho 49.56 Q
2 1 2 Christine Ohuruogu GBR 49.75 Q SB
3 1 3 Francena McCorory USA 49.86 Q PB
4 2 2 Natasha Hastings USA 49.94 Q SB
5 2 3 Antonina Krivoshapka RUS 49.99 Q
5 3 3 Stephanie McPherson JAM 49.99 q
7 3 2 Novlene Williams-Mills JAM 50.34 q
8 4 2 Libania Grenot ITA 50.47 SB
9 2 1 Kseniya Ryzhova RUS 50.48 Q
10 3 1 Regina George NGR 50.84 PB
11 4 3 Nataliia Pygyda UKR 51.02 PB
12 5 2 Floria Guei FRA 51.42 PB
13 4 1 Bianca Razor ROU 51.49 PB
14 5 3 Marie Gayot FRA 51.54 PB
15 6 2 Kineke Alexander VIN 51.64
16 5 1 Ashley Spencer USA 51.80
17 6 3 Aauri Lorena Bokesa ESP 51.94
18 6 1 Chiara Bazzoni ITA 52.11
19 7 1 Tjipekapora Herunga NAM 52.28
20 7 2 Amy Mbacke Thiam SEN 52.37
21 7 3 Omolara Omotoso NGR 52.38
22 8 3 Esther Cremer GER 52.42
23 8 2 Agne Šerkšniené LTU 52.48
24 8 1 Patricia Hall JAM 52.60


Women's 400m FINAL

POSATHLETECOUNTRYTIMEReaction Time
1Christine OhuruoguGBR49.41 NR0.247
2Amantle MontshoBOT49.410.273
3Antonina KrivoshapkaRUS49.780.209
4Stephanie McPhersonJAM49.990.198
5Natasha HastingsUSA50.300.163
6Francena McCororyUSA50.680.241
7Kseniya RyzhovaRUS50.980.195
8Novlene Williams-MillsJAM51.490.276
Given the closeness of the result it might have been a different outcome if the lane draw had of been in Montsho's favour. Christine Ohuruogu was in lane 4 and tracked Montsho (lane 5) all the way round. My view is, at this level, the fastest athlete from the semis should be in lane 4 and the second fastest should be in lane 5. There is definitely an advantage in lane 4 if you have your main rival in the outside lane.  

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