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2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Men's 400 metres

The men's 400 metres event at the 2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held in Beijing, China, at Chaoyang Sports Centre on 15, 16 and 17 August.[1][2]

Contents

MedalistsEdit

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

17 August

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Renny Quow   Trinidad and Tobago 45.74
  Justin Oliver   United States 45.78
  Martyn Rooney   United Kingdom 45.87
4 Jonathan Borlée   Belgium 46.06
5 Edino Steele   Jamaica 46.42
6 Allodin Fothergill   Jamaica 46.68
7 Yuzo Kanemaru   Japan 46.70
8 Andrew Dargie   Canada 46.87

SemifinalsEdit

16 August

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Yuzo Kanemaru   Japan 46.04 Q
2 Jonathan Borlée   Belgium 46.08 Q
3 Allodin Fothergill   Jamaica 46.68 q
4 Julius Kirwa   Kenya 46.76
5 Niko Verekauta   Fiji 46.77
6 Anton Kokorin   Russia 46.78
7 Alvin Samuels   South Africa 47.21
8 Yannick Fonsat   France 47.79

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Renny Quow   Trinidad and Tobago 46.18 Q
2 Justin Oliver   United States 46.22 Q
3 Grant Baker   United Kingdom 46.85
4 Kevin Borlée   Belgium 46.95
5 Victor Isaiah   Nigeria 46.98
6 Aitor Martín   Spain 47.35
7 Alex Bubner   Australia 47.43
8 Mohamed Al-Rawahi   Oman 47.74

Semifinal 3Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Martyn Rooney   United Kingdom 46.01 Q
2 Andrew Dargie   Canada 46.45 Q
3 Edino Steele   Jamaica 46.55 q
4 Silvester Kirwa Meli   Kenya 46.84
5 Quentin Summers   United States 47.04
6 Dmitriy Buryak   Russia 47.24
7 Reza Bouazar   Iran 47.25
8 Dylan Grant   Australia 47.41

HeatsEdit

15 August

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Renny Quow   Trinidad and Tobago 45.91 Q
2 Julius Kirwa   Kenya 46.23 Q
3 Dmitriy Buryak   Russia 47.27 q
4 Todd Pyper   Canada 48.07
5 Kenneth Serameng   Botswana 48.78
6 Martin Hrstka   Czech Republic 49.61
7 Li Jinlong   China 56.29

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Edino Steele   Jamaica 46.59 Q
2 Reza Bouazar   Iran 47.24 Q
3 Virender Kumar Pankaj   India 47.60
4 Philippe Sébastien Djaovazaha   Madagascar 48.21
5 Guo Jian   China 48.68
6 Yonas Al-Hosah   Saudi Arabia 48.76
7 Ismail Shaneem   Maldives 53.84

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Martyn Rooney   United Kingdom 46.25 Q
2 Victor Isaiah   Nigeria 47.20 Q
3 Alex Bubner   Australia 47.46 q
4 Joel Phillip   Grenada 47.59
5 Abu Bakarr Camara   Sierra Leone 49.96
6 Mohsen Zarinafzal   Iran 50.38
7 Stevorn Richards   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 51.64

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Quentin Summers   United States 47.24 Q
2 Alvin Samuels   South Africa 47.49 Q
3 László Bartha   Hungary 47.88
4 Petr Vanek   Czech Republic 47.98
5 Teo Turchi   Italy 48.66
6 Christian Santiago   Puerto Rico 48.96
Juan Lewis   Bahamas DQ

Heat 5Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Yuzo Kanemaru   Japan 46.53 Q
2 Grant Baker   United Kingdom 46.79 Q
3 Silvester Kirwa Meli   Kenya 47.04 q
4 Kevin Borlée   Belgium 47.07 q
5 Yoann Décimus   France 48.45
6 Gayan Rathnayake   Sri Lanka 49.26
Arnold Sorina   Vanuatu DQ

Heat 6Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jonathan Borlée   Belgium 46.25 Q
2 Andrew Dargie   Canada 46.68 Q
3 Mohamed Al-Rawahi   Oman 47.05 q
4 Anton Kokorin   Russia 47.33 q
5 Bineesh V. Baby   India 48.60
6 Sebastijan Jagarinec   Slovenia 48.68
7 Mamoudou Hanne   Mali 49.56
Fernando López   Uruguay DQ

Heat 7Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Aitor Martín   Spain 47.14 Q
2 Allodin Fothergill   Jamaica 47.15 Q
3 Niko Verekauta   Fiji 47.30 q
4 Tetsuji Yamamoto   Japan 47.52
5 Jameson Strachan   Bahamas 49.07
6 Stefanos Anastasiou   Cyprus 51.95
Moses Mlambo   Swaziland DQ
Adam Al-Nour   Sudan DNF

Heat 8Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Justin Oliver   United States 46.86 Q
2 Yannick Fonsat   France 47.24 Q
3 Dylan Grant   Australia 47.40 q
4 Pieter Smit   South Africa 47.89
5 Abdel Bashar El-Farzdag   Sudan 48.26
6 Amran Raj Krishnan   Malaysia 48.48
7 Jesús Pérez   Spain 48.62

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 58 athletes from 40 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas, WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WJC - 2006 Beijing CHN Aug 15-20, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 12 March 2013, retrieved 13 June 2015
  2. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - Eugene 2014 - FACTS & FIGURES (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 13 June 2015