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Sunday, August 29, 1999 Published at 20:34 GMT 21:34 UK


Seville winners: Final day

Britain's 4x100m relay team show off their silver medals

Final medals table:


  • United States 11, 3, 3
  • Russia 6, 3, 4
  • Germany 4, 4, 4
  • Greece 2, 2, 2
  • Morocco 2, 2, 1
  • Cuba 2, 2, 0
  • Spain 2, 1, 1
  • Ethiopia 2, 0, 3
  • Romania 2, 0, 2
  • Czech Republic 2, 0, 1
  • Britain 1, 4, 2
  • Kenya 1, 4, 1
  • Italy 1, 3, 0
  • France 1, 2, 0
  • Australia 1, 1, 2
  • Ukraine 1, 1, 2
  • China 1, 1, 0
  • Bahamas 1, 0, 0
  • Denmark 1, 0, 0
  • North Korea 1, 0, 0
  • Finland 1, 0, 0
  • Brazil 0, 2, 0
  • Canada 0, 2, 0
  • Jamaica 0, 1, 5
  • Nigeria 0, 1, 2
  • Japan 0, 1, 1
  • Bulgaria 0, 1, 0
  • Ecuador 0, 1, 0
  • Hungary 0, 1, 0
  • Mozambique 0, 1, 0
  • Poland 0, 1, 0
  • South Africa 0, 1, 0
  • Mexico 0, 0, 2
  • Algeria 0, 0, 1
  • American Samoa 0, 0, 1
  • Belgium 0, 0, 1
  • Israel 0, 0, 1
  • Norway 0, 0, 1
  • Slovenia 0, 0, 1
  • Sweden 0, 0, 1
  • Switzerland 0, 0, 1
  • Syria 0, 0, 1

    Note: Two bronze medals awarded in the women's 200 metres

    Final results from day eight:

    Women's marathon final:
    1 S Ok Jong (Prk) 2.26:59secs
    2 A Ichihashi (Jpn) 2.27:02
    3 L Slavuteanu-Simon (Rom) 2.27:41
    4 F Roba (Eth) 2.28:04
    5 E Alemu (Eth) 2.28:52
    6 S Krolik-Oberem (Ger) 2.28:55
    7 M Manuela Machado (Por) 2.29:11
    8 K Obata (Jpn) 2.29:11
    9 C Dreher (Ger) 2.29:22
    10 C-O Kim (Prk) 2.29:26
    11 E Wanjiru (Ken) 2.29:36
    12 Y Sun (Chn) 2.30:12

    Men's 4x100m relay final:
    1 United States 37.59secs
    2 Great Britain 37.73
    3 Nigeria 37.91
    4 Brazil 38.05
    5 Cuba 38.63
    6 Poland 38.70
    7 South Africa 38.74
    8 Hungary 38.83.

    Women's 4x100m relay final:
    1 Bahamas 41.92
    2 France 42.06
    3 Jamaica 42.15
    4 United States 42.30
    5 Germany 42.63
    6 Canada 43.39
    7 Poland 43.51
    8 Great Britain 43.52.

    Women's 1500m final:
    1 S Masterkova (Rus) 3:59.53
    2 R Jacobs (USA) 4:00.35
    3 K Dulecha (Eth) 4:00.96
    4 V Beclea (Rom) 4:00.98
    5 C Sacramento (Por) 4:01.29
    6 E Buhaianu (Rom) 4:04.27
    7 A Jakubczak (Pol) 4:04.40
    8 A Melia Menendez (Spa) 4:04.72
    9 L Chojecka (Pol) 4:05.55
    10 M Runyan (USA) 4:06.45
    11 J Maranga (Ken) 4:07.28
    12 A Weyermann (Swi) 4:17.86.

    Men's 800m final:
    1 W Kipketer (Den) 1:43.30
    2 H Sepeng (Rsa) 1:43.32
    3 D Said-Guerni (Alg) 1:44.18
    4 N Tellez (Cub) 1:45.03
    5 J Kimutai (Ken) 1:45.18
    6 A Longo (Ita) 1:45.33
    7 K Kimwetich (Ken) 1:46.27
    8 N Schumann (Ger) 1:46.79.

    Men's javelin:
    1 A Parviainen (Fin) 89.52m
    2 K Gatsioudis (Gre) 89.18
    3 J Zelezny (Cze) 87.67
    4 P Arne Fagernes (Nor) 86.24
    5 R Hecht (Ger) 85.92
    6 B Henry (Ger) 85.43
    7 E Gonzalez (Cub) 84.32
    8 S Backley (Gbr) 83.84
    9 S Makarov (Rus) 83.20
    10 E Rags (Lat) 81.64
    11 H Haatainen (Fin) 80.92
    12 M Narhi (Fin) 79.47.

    Men's 4x400m relay final:
    1 United States 2:56.45
    2 Poland 2:58.91
    3 Jamaica 2:59.34
    4 South Africa 3:00.20
    5 France 3:00.59
    6 Russia 3:00.98
    7 Bahamas 3:02.74
    8 Senegal 3:03.80.

    Women's 4x400m relay final:
    1 Russia 3:21.98
    2 United States 3:22.09
    3 Germany 3:22.43
    4 Czech Republic 3:23.82
    5 Jamaica 3:24.83
    6 Australia 3:28.04
    7 Cuba 3:29.19
    8 Italy 3:29.56.

    Women's high jump final:
    1 I Babakova (Ukr) 01.99m
    2 Y Yelesina (Rus) 01.99
    3 S Lapina (Rus) 01.99
    4 T Waller (USA) 01.96
    4 Z Kovacikova (Cze) 01.96
    4 K Bergqvist (Swe) 01.96
    7 V Styopina (Ukr) 01.96
    8 S Zalevskaya (Kaz) 01.93
    9 A Acuff (USA) 01.93
    10 H Haugland (Nor) 01.93
    10 M Iagar-Dinescu (Rom) 01.93
    12 Y Gulyayeva (Rus) 01.93.




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