2013 World Championships in Athletics - Men's Javelin Throw
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2013 World Championships in Athletics %E2%80%93 Men's Javelin Throw

Men's javelin throw
at the 2013 World Championships
VenueLuzhniki Stadium
Dates15 August (qualification)
17 August (final)
Competitors33 from 25 nations
Winning distance87.17 m (285 ft  in)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
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The men's javelin throw at the 2013 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Luzhniki Stadium on 15-17 August.[1]

Change seems to be hitting the event. Last year's surprise Olympic champion Keshorn Walcott, didn't make the final, nor did the returning bronze medalist Guillermo Martínez. The defending champion Matthias de Zordo did not return, nor did the Olympic silver medalist Oleksandr Pyatnytsya. Former two time Olympic gold medalist Andreas Thorkildsen was in danger of not qualifying, on his final attempt, he got into an automatic qualifier, one of only three, joining Ihab Abdelrahman El Sayed, who set the Egyptian national record at 83.62.

Four throws into the final and Tero Pitkämäki took the early lead. Five throws later Vít?zslav Veselý threw the winner 87.17. Two more throws and Roman Avramenko was sitting in third place after the first round. In the second round Pitkämäki improved, followed by world leader Dmitriy Tarabin taking over third place. Veselý's remaining throws wouldn't be enough to place in the top four. Pitkämäki improved again on his third attempt, falling just 10 cm short of Veselý. That mark would be good enough for silver.

At the same time as Kenyan women were in their customary position battling the Ethiopians in the women's 5000, Julius Yego's fifth round throw of 85.40 was a Kenyan national record, but more importantly, Kenya's first field event finalist was in third place in the world championships, with only one throw to go. Throwing before the home crowd, Tarabin's final effort of 86.23 took third place back for good, dashing Yego's hope for a medal.[2]

Records

Prior to the competition, the records were as follows:[3]

World record  Jan ?elezný (CZE) 98.48 Germany Jena, Germany 25 May 1996
Championship record  Jan ?elezný (CZE) 92.80 Canada Edmonton, Canada 12 August 2001
World leading  Dmitri Tarabin (RUS) 88.84 Russia Moscow, Russia 24 July 2013
African record  Marius Corbett (RSA) 88.75 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21 September 1998
Asian record  Kazuhiro Mizoguchi (JPN) 87.60 United States San Jose, United States 27 May 1989
North, Central American and Caribbean record  Breaux Greer (USA) 91.29 United States Indianapolis, United States 21 June 2007
South American record  Edgar Baumann (PAR) 84.70 United States San Marcos, United States 17 October 1999
European record  Jan ?elezný (CZE) 98.48 Germany Jena, Germany 25 May 1996
Oceanian record  Jarrod Bannister (AUS) 89.02 Australia Brisbane, Australia 29 February 2008

Qualification standards

A result[4] B result
83.50 81.00

Schedule

Date Time Round
15 August 2013 9:30 Qualification
17 August 2013 18:35 Final

All times are local times (UTC+4)

Results

KEY: Q Qualified q 12 best performers NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best

Qualification

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 82.50 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advanced to the final.[5]

Rank Group Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Tero Pitkämäki  Finland (FIN) 84.39 84.39 Q
2 B Ihab Abdelrahman El Sayed  Egypt (EGY) 83.62 83.62 Q, NR
3 A Andreas Thorkildsen  Norway (NOR) x 79.45 83.05 83.05 Q
4 A Ivan Zaytsev  Uzbekistan (UZB) 81.53 x - 81.53 q
5 A Vít?zslav Veselý  Czech Republic (CZE) x 81.51 - 81.51 q
6 B Antti Ruuskanen  Finland (FIN) 80.02 81.36 - 81.36 q
7 B Dmitriy Tarabin  Russia (RUS) x 81.32 - 81.32 q
8 A Julius Yego  Kenya (KEN) 79.56 x 80.88 80.88 q
9 A Kim Amb  Sweden (SWE) 80.84 x 80.37 80.84 q
10 A Stuart Farquhar  New Zealand (NZL) 80.73 x 76.73 80.73 q
11 B Risto Mätas  Estonia (EST) 79.25 x 80.18 80.18 q
12 B Fatih Avan  Turkey (TUR) 78.09 79.93 80.09 80.09
13 A Bernhard Seifert  Germany (GER) 80.02 x x 80.02
14 B Vadims Vasi?evskis  Latvia (LAT) 79.09 77.59 79.68 79.68
15 A Guillermo Martínez  Cuba (CUB) 79.67 77.88 76.70 79.67
16 B Teemu Wirkkala  Finland (FIN) 79.50 78.54 79.26 79.50
17 B Víctor Fatecha  Paraguay (PAR) 76.13 79.03 x 79.03 PB
18 A Keshorn Walcott  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 78.78 x 75.84 78.78
19 B Riley Dolezal  United States (USA) 72.96 78.76 77.25 78.76
20 A Aleksey Tovarnov  Russia (RUS) 74.15 73.25 78.43 78.43
21 B Yukifumi Murakami  Japan (JPN) 77.75 x 76.74 77.75
22 B Zhao Qinggang  China (CHN) 76.23 76.78 77.61 77.61
23 B Lars Hamann  Germany (GER) 77.10 74.75 72.00 77.10
24 A Marcin Krukowski  Poland (POL) x x 76.93 76.93
25 A Valeriy Iordan  Russia (RUS) 76.92 72.79 73.70 76.92
26 A Hamish Peacock  Australia (AUS) 70.61 76.33 75.31 76.33
27 B ?ukasz Grzeszczuk  Poland (POL) 74.72 x x 74.72
28 B Gabriel Wallin  Sweden (SWE) 74.66 x x 74.66
29 A Thomas Röhler  Germany (GER) 71.88 74.45 73.67 74.45
30 B John Robert Oosthuizen  South Africa (RSA) 74.36 70.99 x 74.36
31 A Uladzimir Kazlou  Belarus (BLR) 72.66 67.79 x 72.66
32 B Leslie Copeland  Fiji (FIJ) 70.56 72.30 68.46 72.30
B Roman Avramenko  Ukraine (UKR) 76.73 79.91 80.37 80.37 DQ[6]

Final

The final was started at 18.35.[7]

Rank Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Vít?zslav Veselý  Czech Republic (CZE) 87.17 78.80 81.21 83.80 x - 87.17
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tero Pitkämäki  Finland (FIN) 83.40 86.88 87.07 85.67 x 85.22 87.07
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Dmitriy Tarabin  Russia (RUS) x 84.38 x 82.25 x 86.23 86.23
4 Julius Yego  Kenya (KEN) 80.60 x 81.13 x 85.40 81.20 85.40 NR
5 Antti Ruuskanen  Finland (FIN) 77.96 80.32 x x 75.86 81.44 81.44
6 Andreas Thorkildsen  Norway (NOR) 80.93 76.82 x 80.62 81.06 - 81.06
7 Ihab Abdelrahman El Sayed  Egypt (EGY) 79.02 78.57 80.94 78.70 76.85 x 80.94
8 Risto Mätas  Estonia (EST) 78.32 78.87 80.03 80.03
9 Stuart Farquhar  New Zealand (NZL) 79.24 75.72 x 79.24
10 Kim Amb  Sweden (SWE) 77.64 76.28 78.91 78.91
11 Ivan Zaytsev  Uzbekistan (UZB) 74.58 78.33 77.72 78.33
Roman Avramenko  Ukraine (UKR) 81.32 x 80.12 82.05 78.61 80.80 82.05 DQ

References

  1. ^ Start list
  2. ^ http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/sports/2013/08/18/captain-yegos-record-throw-misses-podium-just/
  3. ^ "Javelin Throw records". IAAF. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ IAAF World Championships Moscow 2013 - Standards, All Russia Athletic Federation, 2012, archived from the original on 16 August 2013, retrieved 2013
  5. ^ Qualification Results
  6. ^ Doping
  7. ^ Final Results

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