2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Women's 60 metres

The Women's 60 metres event at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on March 10.

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
Me'Lisa Barber
  United States
Lauryn Williams
  United States
Kim Gevaert
  Belgium

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

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

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Christine Arron   France 7.16 Q
2 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 7.17 Q
3 5 Me'Lisa Barber   United States 7.18 Q
4 5 Sylvie Mballa Éloundou   Cameroon 7.22 Q
5 5 LaVerne Jones-Ferrette   United States Virgin Islands 7.22 Q, NR
6 3 Alena Neumiarzhitskaya   Belarus 7.23 Q, SB
7 3 Heidi Hannula   Finland 7.24 Q, PB
DQ 2 Zhanna Block   Ukraine 7.26 Q, Doping
8 3 Mariya Bolikova   Russia 7.26 Q
9 4 Lauryn Williams   United States 7.28 Q
10 1 Larisa Kruglova   Russia 7.31 Q
11 1 Angela Moroşanu   Romania 7.36 Q
11 2 Joice Maduaka   Great Britain 7.36 Q
13 3 Endurance Ojokolo   Nigeria 7.36 Q, SB
14 4 Guzel Khubbieva   Uzbekistan 7.38 Q
14 5 Emily Maher   Ireland 7.38 Q
16 1 Tezzhan Naimova   Bulgaria 7.39 Q
17 2 Affoué Amandine Allou   Ivory Coast 7.42 Q
18 4 Fabienne Beret-Martinel   France 7.43 Q
19 3 Ailis McSweeney   Ireland 7.44 q
20 3 Lina Grinčikaitė   Lithuania 7.46 q
21 1 Aksel Gürcan   Turkey 7.63 q, SB
22 5 Lucimar de Moura   Brazil 7.65 q
23 2 Lin Wen-Wen   Chinese Taipei 7.78 PB
23 5 Valentina Nazarova   Turkmenistan 7.78 PB
25 5 Auxiliadora Bonilla Lacayo   Nicaragua 7.79 PB
26 1 Qin Wangping   China 7.81 SB
27 2 Aleksandra Vojneska   Macedonia 7.88
28 2 Charlene Attard   Malta 7.89 PB
29 4 Loi Ieong   Macau 7.94 Q, NR
30 1 Desiree Craggette   Guam 8.23
31 4 Montserrat Pujol   Andorra 8.30
32 3 Gharid Ghrouf   Palestine 8.42 NR
4 Delphine Atangana   Cameroon DNS
4 Fana Ashby   Trinidad and Tobago DNS

SemifinalsEdit

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Lauryn Williams   United States 7.10 Q, PB
2 2 Christine Arron   France 7.11 Q
3 3 Me'Lisa Barber   United States 7.12 Q
4 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 7.13 Q, SB
5 2 Mariya Bolikova   Russia 7.16 Q
DQ 1 Zhanna Block   Ukraine 7.19 q, SB, Doping
6 3 Larisa Kruglova   Russia 7.21 Q
7 2 Sylvie Mballa Éloundou   Cameroon 7.23 q
7 3 Alena Neumiarzhitskaya   Belarus 7.23 SB
9 2 Heidi Hannula   Finland 7.26
10 1 LaVerne Jones-Ferrette   United States Virgin Islands 7.27
11 2 Angela Moroşanu   Romania 7.33
11 3 Guzel Khubbieva   Uzbekistan 7.33
13 2 Tezzhan Naimova   Bulgaria 7.36
14 1 Emily Maher   Ireland 7.37
14 2 Affoué Amandine Allou   Ivory Coast 7.37
14 3 Fabienne Beret-Martinel   France 7.37
17 3 Lina Grinčikaitė   Lithuania 7.38
18 1 Joice Maduaka   Great Britain 7.41
19 3 Ailis McSweeney   Ireland 7.42
20 3 Endurance Ojokolo   Nigeria 7.53
21 2 Lucimar de Moura   Brazil 7.72
22 1 Aksel Gürcan   Turkey 7.78
23 1 Loi Ieong   Macau 7.88 NR

FinalEdit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time React Notes
  3 Me'Lisa Barber   United States 7.01 0.158 WL
  6 Lauryn Williams   United States 7.01 0.145 WL
  5 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 7.11 0.150 NR
4 4 Christine Arron   France 7.13 0.147
5 7 Mariya Bolikova   Russia 7.17 0.161
DQ 1 Zhanna Block   Ukraine 7.19 0.216 Doping[1]
6 2 Larisa Kruglova   Russia 7.23 0.143
7 8 Sylvie Mballa Éloundou   Cameroon 7.30 0.127

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "List of athletes currently serving a period of ineligibility as a result of an anti-doping rule violation under IAAF Rules". IAAF. 2012-11-02. Retrieved 2012-11-17.