2002 IAAF Grand Prix Final
The 2002 IAAF Grand Prix Final was the eighteenth edition of the season-ending competition for the IAAF Grand Prix track and field circuit, organised by the International Association of Athletics Federations. It was held on 14 September at the Stade Sébastien Charléty in Paris, France. Paris became the third city to host the event for a second time, following Rome and Fontvieille.
|Host city||Paris, France|
|Main venue||Stade Sébastien Charléty|
Hicham El Guerrouj (1500 metres) and Marion Jones (100 metres) were the overall points winners of the tournament. Both athletes took their second career win in the series, El Guerrouj becoming the third man to achieve the feat and Jones the second woman. A total of 18 athletics events were contested, ten for men and eight for women.
This was the last IAAF Grand Prix Final to be staged, the competition being replaced by the IAAF World Athletics Final in 2003.
|Overall||Hicham El Guerrouj (MAR)||116||Félix Sánchez (DOM)||116||Christian Olsson (SWE)||102|
|100 metres||Jon Drummond (USA)||9.97||Kim Collins (SKN)||9.98||Francis Obikwelu (POR)||10.03|
|400 metres||Michael Blackwood (JAM)||44.72||Greg Haughton (JAM)||44.87||Leonard Byrd (USA)||44.92|
|1500 metres||Hicham El Guerrouj (MAR)||3:29.27||Bernard Lagat (KEN)||3:30.54||Cornelius Chirchir (KEN)||3:31.51|
|3000 metres||Abraham Chebii (KEN)||8:33.42||Paul Bitok (KEN)||8:34.00||Mark Bett (KEN)||8:34.20|
|400 m hurdles||Félix Sánchez (DOM)||47.62||Stéphane Diagana (FRA)||47.82||James Carter (USA)||48.12|
|High jump||Stefan Holm (SWE)||2.31 m||Yaroslav Rybakov (RUS)||2.28 m||Abderrahmane Hammad (ALG)||2.28 m|
|Pole vault||Jeff Hartwig (USA)||5.75 m||Aleksandr Averbukh (ISR)||5.75 m||Tim Lobinger (GER)||5.65 m|
|Triple jump||Christian Olsson (SWE)||17.48 m||Jonathan Edwards (GBR)||17.41 m||Alexander Martínez (CUB)||17.09 m|
|Shot put||Adam Nelson (USA)||21.34 m||Yuriy Bilonog (UKR)||20.74 m||Milan Haborák (SVK)||20.40 m|
|Hammer throw||Koji Murofushi (JPN)||81.14 m||Adrián Annus (HUN)||80.03 m||Balázs Kiss (HUN)||79.74 m|
|Overall||Marion Jones (USA)||116||Gail Devers (USA)||111||Ana Guevara (MEX)||108|
|100 metres||Marion Jones (USA)||10.88||Debbie Ferguson (BAH)||10.97||Tayna Lawrence (JAM)||10.99|
|400 metres||Ana Guevara (MEX)||49.90||Lorraine Fenton (JAM)||50.47||Jearl Miles Clark (USA)||51.48|
|1500 metres||Yelena Zadorozhnaya (RUS)||4:00.63||Suzy Favor Hamilton (USA)||4:01.08||Geraldine Hendricken (IRL)||4:02.08|
|3000 metres||Gabriela Szabo (ROM)||8:56.29||Tatyana Tomashova (RUS)||8:56.34||Berhane Adere (ETH)||8:56.60|
|100 m hurdles||Gail Devers (USA)||12.51||Brigitte Foster (JAM)||12.62||Anjanette Kirkland (USA)||12.62|
|Long jump||Maurren Maggi (BRA)||7.02 m||Tatyana Kotova (RUS)||6.86w m||Tünde Vaszi (HUN)||6.70 m|
|Discus throw||Natalya Sadova (RUS)||65.79 m||Vera Pospíšilová (CZE)||64.10 m||Ellina Zvereva (BLR)||63.28 m|
|Javelin throw||Osleidys Menéndez (CUB)||65.69 m||Mikaela Ingberg (FIN)||62.34 m||Tatyana Shikolenko (RUS)||62.25 m|
- IAAF Grand Prix Final. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2015-01-17.
- IAAF Grand Prix Final archive from IAAF