2001 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 200 metres

These are the official results of the Women's 200 metres event at the 2001 IAAF World Championships in Edmonton, Canada.

MedalistsEdit

Gold   Debbie Ferguson
Bahamas (BAH)
Silver   LaTasha Jenkins
United States (USA)
Bronze   Cydonie Mothersill
Cayman Islands (CAY)

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

First 4 of each Heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Cydonie Mothersill   Cayman Islands 22.54 Q, NR
2 2 Beverly McDonald   Jamaica 22.70 Q, SB
3 4 LaTasha Jenkins   United States 22.82 Q
4 4 Myriam Léonie Mani   Cameroon 22.82 Q
5 4 Mary Onyali-Omagbemi   Nigeria 22.87 Q, SB
6 1 K.V.Damayanthi Dharsha   Sri Lanka 22.88 Q
6 5 Juliet Campbell   Jamaica 22.88 Q
8 2 Aïda Diop   Senegal 22.91 Q, SB
9 4 Johanna Manninen   Finland 22.93 Q, PB
9 5 Alenka Bikar   Slovenia 22.93 Q
11 4 Gabi Rockmeier   Germany 22.95 q
12 5 Inger Miller   United States 22.98 Q, SB
13 3 Debbie Ferguson   Bahamas 23.00 Q
14 1 Birgit Rockmeier   Germany 23.01 Q
15 3 Sarah Reilly   Ireland 23.02 Q, NR
16 2 Lauren Hewitt   Australia 23.07 Q
16 4 Fabe Dia   France 23.07 q, SB
18 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 23.10 Q
19 3 Louise Ayetotche   Ivory Coast 23.15 Q
20 5 Manuela Levorato   Italy 23.23 q
21 1 Irina Khabarova   Russia 23.25 Q
22 1 Natalya Safronnikova   Belarus 23.30 q
23 1 Liliana Allen   Mexico 23.32
24 5 Felipa Palacios   Colombia 23.40
25 1 Aleen Bailey   Jamaica 23.70
26 2 LaDonna Antoine   Canada 23.76
27 3 Lyubov Perepelova   Uzbekistan 24.03
28 2 Gabriela Patterson   Costa Rica 24.37 PB
29 3 Karin Mayr   Austria 24.38
30 5 Natasha Mayers   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 24.91
31 5 Marcia Daniel   Dominica 25.04
32 2 Ann Mooney   Papua New Guinea 25.34
33 3 Ekundayo Williams   Sierra Leone 25.35
34 1 Kaitinano Mwemweata   Kiribati 28.76 NR
2 Susanthika Jayasinghe   Sri Lanka DQ
2 Kelli White   United States DQ
3 Marion Jones   United States DQ
3 Yekaterina Leshchova   Russia DQ
4 Valma Bass   Saint Kitts and Nevis DNS
4 Nadjina Kaltouma   Chad DNS

SemifinalsEdit

First 2 of each Heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Debbie Ferguson   Bahamas 22.39 Q, SB
2 2 Myriam Léonie Mani   Cameroon 22.59 Q, SB
3 2 LaTasha Jenkins   United States 22.63 Q
4 2 Cydonie Mothersill   Cayman Islands 22.63 q
5 1 Juliet Campbell   Jamaica 22.68 Q
6 2 Alenka Bikar   Slovenia 22.76 q, NR
7 3 Mary Onyali-Omagbemi   Nigeria 22.80 SB
8 3 Inger Miller   United States 22.80 SB
9 3 Beverly McDonald   Jamaica 22.84
10 1 K.V.Damayanthi Dharsha   Sri Lanka 22.88 SB
11 2 Aïda Diop   Senegal 22.94
12 1 Birgit Rockmeier   Germany 22.97
13 2 Natalya Safronnikova   Belarus 23.02
14 2 Lauren Hewitt   Australia 23.05
15 1 Johanna Manninen   Finland 23.11
16 1 Manuela Levorato   Italy 23.13
17 1 Fabe Dia   France 23.14
18 3 Sarah Reilly   Ireland 23.24
19 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 23.29
20 3 Irina Khabarova   Russia 23.43
21 2 Louise Ayetotche   Ivory Coast 23.47
3 Gabi Rockmeier   Germany DNF
1 Marion Jones   United States DQ
3 Kelli White   United States DQ

FinalEdit

Rank Lane Name Nationality React Time Notes
  4 Debbie Ferguson   Bahamas 0.176 22.52
  7 LaTasha Jenkins   United States 0.157 22.85
  1 Cydonie Mothersill   Cayman Islands 0.164 22.88
4 2 Juliet Campbell   Jamaica 0.169 22.99
5 8 Alenka Bikar   Slovenia 0.160 23.00
6 6 Myriam Léonie Mani   Cameroon 0.140 23.15
5 Marion Jones   United States 0.186 DQ
3 Kelli White   United States 0.147 DQ

ReferencesEdit