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Friday, August 27, 1999 Published at 12:08 GMT 13:08 UK


Seville winners: Day Six

Johnson claims his second world high hurdles gold medal

Final results:

Men's 400m final:
1 M Johnson (USA) 43.18secs
2 S Claro Parrela (Bra) 44.29
3 A Cardenas (Mex) 44.31
4 J Young (USA) 44.36
5 A Pettigrew (USA) 44.54
6 M Richardson (Gbr) 44.65
7 G Haughton (Jam) 45.07
8 J Baulch (Gbr) 45.18

Men's pole vault final:
1 M Tarasov (Rus) 06.02m,
2 D Markov (Aus) 05.90,
3 A Averbukh (Isr) 05.80,
4 N Hysong (USA) 05.70,
4 D Ecker (Ger) 05.70,
6 T Lobinger (Ger) 05.70,
7 I Potapovich (Kaz) 05.70,
7 M Stolle (Ger) 05.70,
9 D Krasnov (Isr) 05.50,
10 O Brits (Rsa) 05.50

Women's 400m final:
1 Cathy Freeman (Australia) 49.67secs
2 Anja Rucker (Germany) 49.74
3 Lorraine Graham (Jamaica) 49.92
4 Falilat Ogunkoya (Nigeria) 50.03
5 Katharine Merry (Britain) 50.52
6 Natalya Nazarova (Russia) 50.61
7 Grit Breuer (Germany) 50.67
8 Olga Kotlyarova (Russia) 50.72

Women's 10,000m final:
1 G Wami (Eth) 30mins 24.56secs
2 P Radcliffe (Gbr) 30:27.13
3 T Loroupe (Ken) 30:32.03
4 H Hiroyama (Jpn) 31:26.84
5 C Takahashi (Jpn) 31:27.62
6 M Hashim (Eth) 31:32.06
7 B Adere (Eth) 31:32.51
8 T Recio (Spa) 31:43.80
9 M Renders (Bel) 31:51.21
10 O Jevtic (Yug) 31:57.67
11 D Drossin (USA) 32:11.14
12 Y Kawakami (Jpn) 32:19.02
13 R Joseph (Tan) 32:20.26
14 M Abel (Spa) 32:22.88
15 A Dias (Por) 32:37.72
16 A M Letko-Lauck (USA) 32:57.07
17 G Zheng (Chn) 32:59.83
18 B Bitzner-Ducret (Fra) 33:06.98
19 Z Dong (Chn) 33:12.94
20 L Vasilevskaya (Rus) 33:13.21
21 M L Larrraga (Spa) 33:15.98
22 Z Dahmani (Fra) 33:46.23
23 P Mamba (Swz) 38:45.18

Medals table

  • United States 6 gold, 1 silver , 3 bronze
  • Germany 4, 4, 2
  • Russia 4, 1, 3
  • Czech Republic 2, 0, 0
  • Kenya 1, 3, 1
  • Britain 1, 3, 2
  • Cuba 1, 2, 0
  • Greece 1, 1, 2
  • Morocco 1, 1, 1
  • Ethiopia 2, 0, 1
  • Spain 1, 0, 1
  • Romania 1, 0, 1
  • France 1, 0, 0
  • Canada 0, 2, 0
  • Italy 0, 2, 0
  • Ukraine 0, 1, 2
  • Bulgaria 0, 1, 0
  • Ecuador 0, 1, 0
  • Hungary 0, 1, 0
  • Mozambique 0, 1, 0
  • Australia 1, 0, 1
  • Austria 0, 1, 0
  • Mexico 0, 0, 2
  • American Samoa 0, 0, 1
  • Syria 0, 0, 1
  • Jamaica 0, 0, 2
  • Israel 0, 0, 1





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