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Sunday, August 22, 1999 Published at 22:47 GMT 23:47 UK


Seville winners: Day two

Karsten Kobs: Gold in the hammer

Medal table
  • United States 4 gold, 1 silver 0, bronze
  • Germany 1, 1, 0
  • France 1, 0, 0
  • Russia 1, 0, 0
  • Ukraine 0, 1, 2
  • Britain 0, 1, 1
  • Canada 0, 1, 0
  • Ecuador 0, 1, 0
  • Hungary 0, 1, 0
  • Australia 0, 0, 1
  • Greece 0, 0, 1
  • Mexico 0, 0, 1
  • Syria 0, 0, 1

Men's 100m

1. M Greene (USA) 9.80sec
2. B Surin (Can) 9.84
3. D Chambers (Gbr) 9.97
4. O Thompson (Bar) 10.00
5. T Harden (USA) 10.02
6. T Montgomery (USA) 10.04
7. J Gardener (Gbr) 10.07
8. K Streete-Thompson (Cay) 10.24.

Women's 100m

1. M Jones (USA) 10.70secs
2. I Miller (USA) 10.79
3. E Thanou (Gre) 10.84
4. Z Pintusevich (Ukr) 10.95
5. G Devers (USA) 10.95
6. C Arron (Fra) 10.97
7. C Sturrup (Bah) 11.06
8. M Nku (Ngr) 11.16

Hammer

1. Karsten Kobs, Germany, 80.24 meters
2. Zsolt Nemeth, Hungary, 79.05m
3.Vladislav Piskunov, Ukraine, 79.03m
4 Tibor Gecsek, Hungary, 78.95m
5 Andrey Skvaruk, Ukraine, 78.80m
6. Christos Polychroniou, Greece, 78.31m
7. Nicola Vizzoni, Italy, 78.31m
8. Vadim Khersontsev, Russia, 76.96m
9. Igor Astapkovich, Belarus, 76.02m
10. Ilya Konovalov, Russia, 75.63m
11. Olli-Pekka Karjalainen, Finland, 75.59m
12. Vladimir Maska, Czech Republic, 75.26m

Heptathlon

1. E Barber (Fra) 6861 pts
2. D Lewis (Gbr) 6724
3. G Shouaa (Syr) 6500
4. S Braun (Ger) 6497
5. T Hautala (Fin) 6369
6. K Specht-ertl (Ger) 6317
7. U Wlodarczyk (Pol) 6287
8. R Nazaroviene (Lit) 6262
9. M Collonville (Fra) 6188
10. N Roshchupkina (Rus) 6175
11. S Burrell (USA) 6162
12. M Garcia (Cub) 6159
13. I Vostrikova (Rus) 6153
14. G Bacher (Ita) 6055
15. S Kazanina (Kaz) 5993
16. K Nekolna (Cze) 5787
17. N Haynes (USA) 5787
18. C Bond-Mills (Can) 5730.




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