2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's 100 metres

The women's 100 metres at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held at the Moncton 2010 Stadium on 20 & 21 July.[1][2]

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
Jodie Williams
  Great Britain
Takeia Pinckney
  United States
Jamile Samuel
  Netherlands

RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world junior and championship records were as follows.

Name Nationality Time Location Date
World junior record Marlies Oelsner   East Germany 10.88 Dresden July 1, 1977
Championship record Veronica Campbell   Jamaica 11.12 Santiago de Chile October 18, 2000

No new records were established during the competition.

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

21 July
Wind: -0.7 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Jodie Williams   United Kingdom 11.40
  Takeia Pinckney   United States 11.49
  Jamile Samuel   Netherlands 11.56
4 Ashton Purvis   United States 11.60
5 Leena Günther   Germany 11.67
6 Tatjana Pinto   Germany 11.80
7 Loudia Laarman   Canada 11.81
8 Stella Silas   Nigeria 11.98

SemifinalsEdit

21 July

Semifinal 1Edit

Wind: +1.7 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Tatjana Pinto   Germany 11.68 Q
2 Takeia Pinckney   United States 11.71 Q
3 Loudia Laarman   Canada 11.73 q
4 Fanny Chalas   Dominican Republic 11.87
5 Marilyn Nwawulor   United Kingdom 11.95
6 Deandre Whitehorne   Jamaica 12.05
7 Lenka Kršáková   Slovakia 12.27
8 Nodoka Seko   Japan 12.28

Semifinal 2Edit

Wind: +1.6 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Ashton Purvis   United States 11.68 Q
2 Leena Günther   Germany 11.72 Q
3 Bárbara Leôncio   Brazil 11.78
4 Anasztázia Nguyen   Hungary 11.92
5 Siedatha Palmer   Jamaica 11.93
6 Orlann Ombissa   France 12.01
7 Martina Amidei   Italy 12.16
8 Kirsten Niuwendam   Suriname 12.36

Semifinal 3Edit

Wind: +1.2 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jodie Williams   United Kingdom 11.59 Q
2 Jamile Samuel   Netherlands 11.68 Q
3 Stella Silas   Nigeria 11.78 q
4 Caitlin Sargent   Australia 11.90
5 Mujinga Kambundji    Switzerland 11.92
6 Jessie Saint-Marc   France 12.00
7 V'Alonnee Robinson   Bahamas 12.14
8 María Martín-Sacristán   Spain 12.17

HeatsEdit

20 July

Heat 1Edit

Wind: +0.3 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Leena Günther   Germany 11.50 Q
2 Mujinga Kambundji    Switzerland 11.70 Q
3 Deandre Whitehorne   Jamaica 11.82 Q
4 Marilyn Nwawulor   United Kingdom 11.85 q
5 Shinelle Proctor   Anguilla 13.01
6 Battsengel Tungalag   Mongolia 13.68
Alja Sitar   Slovenia DQ IAAF rule 162.7

Heat 2Edit

Wind: +0.2 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Ashton Purvis   United States 11.73 Q
2 Orlann Ombissa   France 11.78 Q
3 Martina Amidei   Italy 11.86 Q
4 Siedatha Palmer   Jamaica 11.87 q
5 Lenka Kršáková   Slovakia 12.07 q
6 Patricia Taea   Cook Islands 13.05

Heat 3Edit

Wind: +0.2 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Takeia Pinckney   United States 11.48 Q
2 Bárbara Leôncio   Brazil 11.67 Q
3 Anasztázia Nguyen   Hungary 12.00 Q
4 Lee Sun-Ae   South Korea 12.16
5 Victoria Woodward   Argentina 12.25
6 Angie Lam On Ki   Hong Kong 12.31
7 Joanne Loutoy   Seychelles 12.65

Heat 4Edit

Wind: +0.1 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Tatjana Pinto   Germany 11.63 Q
2 Caitlin Sargent   Australia 11.77 Q
3 Jessie Saint-Marc   France 11.83 Q
4 Stella Silas   Nigeria 11.90 q
5 V'Alonnee Robinson   Bahamas 11.95 q
6 Kirsten Niuwendam   Suriname 12.07 q
7 Shantely Scott   Costa Rica 12.92
8 Marina Ramadani   Albania 13.31

Heat 5Edit

Wind: 0.0 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jodie Williams   United Kingdom 11.53 Q
2 Loudia Laarman   Canada 11.64 Q
3 María Martín-Sacristán   Spain 11.97 Q
4 Marvar Etienne   Bahamas 12.12
5 Chathubashini Maralanda   Sri Lanka 12.43
6 Lovelite Detenamo   Nauru 12.75

Heat 6Edit

Wind: +0.3 m/s

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Jamile Samuel   Netherlands 11.57 Q
2 Fanny Chalas   Dominican Republic 11.80 Q
3 Nodoka Seko   Japan 12.07 Q
4 Fanni Schmelcz   Hungary 12.13
5 Nimet Karakuş   Turkey 12.33
6 Aziza Sbaity   Lebanon 12.44
7 Rebecca Kafanfdo   Burkina Faso 12.66

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 41 athletes from 34 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas, WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WJC - 2010 Moncton CAN Jul 19-25, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 9 March 2014, retrieved 13 June 2015
  2. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - Eugene 2014 - FACTS & FIGURES (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 13 June 2015

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