[54] Five runners in a lead pack stayed together for the first 20 km (12 mi) and the pack was down to only four athletes by 35 km (22 mi), including Ruth Chepngetich and Edna Kiplagat of Kenya, Bahrain's Rose Chelimo and Namibia's Helalia Johannes. [16] This decision became subject to investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Internal Revenue Service. [10][11], Eugene had hosted the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics. Marija Šestak received her triple jump bronze medal from the 2007 World Championships. Czy jej młot doleci do podium? [69], There were six finals on the second day of competition. [45][46] The qualification period for the 10,000 metres, marathon, race walks, relays, and combined events ran from 7 March 2018 to 6 September 2019. UGA. For the first time in his career, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia earned world championship gold. Decathlon world record holder Kevin Mayer said organisers had not prioritised athletes in respect of the climate and low spectator attendance. Alphonce Felix Simbu. For results, schedules, news updates, and more, visit the 2019 Dubai World Para Athletics Championships website. Caio Bonfim. 12. Home; News; Timetable/Results; Past Editions; World Athletics Partner; World Athletics Partner; World Athletics Partner ... World Athletics Supplier; Results. [94][95], ^[1] IAAF does not include the medals won by athletes competing as Authorised Neutral Athletes in their official medal table. [22] In response to low attendances, the stadium capacity was reduced to 21,000 for the championships, with large banners covering the empty seats, yet on the third day less than half these seats were filled despite the organisers giving free tickets to migrant workers and children. It was held between 27 September and 6 October 2019 in Doha, Qatar, at the renovated multi-purpose Khalifa International Stadium, but reduced to 21,000 available seats. 1:50:58. World leader Juan Miguel Echevarría from Cuba jumped 8.25 m (27 ft 3⁄4 in) while giving up the entire 20 cm (7.9 in) width of the board. Wild Card as: Countries who have no male and/or no female athletes who have achieved the Entry Standard or considered as having achieved the entry standard (see above) or qualified relay team, may enter one unqualified male athlete OR one unqualified female athlete in one event of the championships (except the road events and field events, combined events, 10,000 m and 3000 m steeplechase). [9], Both Doha and Eugene are hosts of IAAF Diamond League meetings. 1:30:22. In the third round, Echevarría improved to 8.34 m (27 ft 4 1⁄4 in) and Henderson responded again with 8.39 m (27 ft 6 1⁄4 in), which ultimately settled the medal positions. The championships was brought to a close with the men's and women's 4 × 400 metres relay finals. In response to the issue, IAAF Chief Executive Jon Ridgeon worked with the local organisers to take attendance-boosting measures. [80] The fourth gold medallist of the evening was Australia's Kelsey-Lee Barber, who surprised China's Liu Shiying and Lü Huihui by moving up from fourth to first place with her final throw of the competition. In the women's 400 metres hurdles final, Americans Dalilah Muhammad and Sydney McLaughlin turned the race into a duel which resulted in Olympic champion Muhammad setting a world record of 52.16 seconds to hold off 20-year-old McLaughlin, who ran the third fastest time ever. In the men's 1500 metres final Kenya's Timothy Cheruiyot set a quick pace and surged at the end to take the gold medal. In the final, as the third jumper on the runway, Gayle jumped a personal best 8.46m to take the lead. Karsten Warholm kept the men's 400 m hurdles final to the form book by retaining his world title, while Abderrahman Samba's bronze medal added the host nation Qatar to the medal table. 28 Sep 2019 16:30. [28] IAAF President Coe responded that the championships was a way to achieve social change and "rise above political structures". [42][43][44] Following criticism that the qualification method was biased the IAAF reverted to their traditional qualifying method. Cuban Juan Miguel Echevarría's jump of 8.40 m (27 ft 6 1⁄2 in) was the best performance in men's long jump qualifying for ten years. Twenty-one sketches were submitted and a group of young Qataris were invited to vote on their favourite designs. [78], On the fifth day, the United States team won three of the four finals. In collaboration with the IAAF Athletes' Commission, an athlete education and support site was set up in Doha: the Athletics Integrity Hub. The men's shot put final saw four men surpass the previous championships record. Including results, highlights, interviews and athlete information 17. Anita Włodarczyk patrzy, Joanna Fiodorow rzuca. The next thrower into the ring was Włodarczyk's Polish teammate Joanna Fiodorow, who threw her personal best 76.35 m (250 ft 5 in) to win the silver medal and drop Zalina Petrivskaya's first throw of the competition to third place after the first three throwers.

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