2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's 800 metres

The women's 800 metres event at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, at Moncton Stadium on 20, 21 and 22 July.[1][2]

MedalistsEdit

Gold Elena Mirela Lavric
  Romania
Silver Cherono Koech
  Kenya
Bronze Annet Negesa
  Uganda

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

22 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Elena Mirela Lavric   Romania 2:01.85
  Cherono Koech   Kenya 2:02.29
  Annet Negesa   Uganda 2:02.51
4 Rose Mary Almanza   Cuba 2:02.67
5 Ajee' Wilson   United States 2:04.18
6 Corinna Harrer   Germany 2:04.28
7 Sarah Kelly   United Kingdom 2:04.80
8 Yekaterina Zavyalova   Russia 2:05.56

SemifinalsEdit

21 July

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Annet Negesa   Uganda 2:02.27 Q
2 Elena Mirela Lavric   Romania 2:02.53 Q
3 Sarah Kelly   United Kingdom 2:02.89 q
4 Laura Roesler   United States 2:04.34
5 Carly Paracholski   Canada 2:05.99
6 Camilla De Bleecker   Belgium 2:06.44
7 Anna Roche   New Zealand 2:07.01
8 Alena Brooks   Trinidad and Tobago 2:10.10

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Cherono Koech   Kenya 2:04.21 Q
2 Yekaterina Zavyalova   Russia 2:04.33 Q
3 Ajee' Wilson   United States 2:04.33 q
4 Natoya Goule   Jamaica 2:05.07
5 Joanna Jóźwik   Poland 2:05.09
6 Selina Büchel    Switzerland 2:07.28
7 Esma Aydemir   Turkey 2:08.79
8 Zenitha Eriksson   Finland 2:11.99

Semifinal 3Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Rose Mary Almanza   Cuba 2:04.22 Q
2 Corinna Harrer   Germany 2:04.35 Q
3 Nelly Jepkosgei   Kenya 2:05.13
4 Annie Leblanc   Canada 2:05.17
5 Angie Smit   New Zealand 2:05.51
6 Jessica dos Santos   Brazil 2:06.54
7 Alawia Maki   Sudan 2:06.54
8 Manami Mashita   Japan 2:10.54

HeatsEdit

20 July

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Joanna Jóźwik   Poland 2:07.64 Q
2 Natoya Goule   Jamaica 2:08.11 Q
3 Laura Roesler   United States 2:08.17 Q
4 Alawia Maki   Sudan 2:08.66 Q
5 Marija Stambolic   Serbia 2:09.35
6 Darya Orekhova   Russia 2:09.51
7 Esin Dölek   Turkey 2:11.85
8 Halina Amialiashchyk   Belarus 2:12.76

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Angie Smit   New Zealand 2:07.13 Q
2 Selina Büchel    Switzerland 2:07.40 Q
3 Annie Leblanc   Canada 2:07.45 Q
4 Sarah Kelly   United Kingdom 2:07.72 Q
5 Esma Aydemir   Turkey 2:08.17 q
6 Ayaka Yokose   Japan 2:09.14
7 Lovisa Lindh   Sweden 2:10.51
8 Evangelina Thomas   Argentina 2:13.77

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Elena Mirela Lavric   Romania 2:05.90 Q
2 Ajee' Wilson   United States 2:05.94 Q
3 Yekaterina Zavyalova   Russia 2:06.14 Q
4 Carly Paracholski   Canada 2:06.70 Q
5 Nelly Jepkosgei   Kenya 2:07.36 q
6 Faithful Goremusandu   Zimbabwe 2:08.89
7 Vendela Mindelöf   Sweden 2:09.01
8 Stefanie Barmet    Switzerland 2:11.36
9 Woina Wolde   Ethiopia 2:14.94

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Cherono Koech   Kenya 2:06.48 Q
2 Corinna Harrer   Germany 2:07.16 Q
3 Camilla De Bleecker   Belgium 2:07.49 Q
4 Anna Roche   New Zealand 2:07.58 Q
5 Zenitha Eriksson   Finland 2:07.64 q
6 Olga Lyakhova   Ukraine 2:09.24
7 Saloua Bouakira   Algeria 2:10.35
8 Alejandra Pozas   Mexico 2:12.79

Heat 5Edit

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Annet Negesa   Uganda 2:04.20 Q
2 Rose Mary Almanza   Cuba 2:06.74 Q
3 Manami Mashita   Japan 2:08.47 Q
4 Jessica dos Santos   Brazil 2:08.53 Q
5 Alena Brooks   Trinidad and Tobago 2:08.82 q
6 Charline Mathias   Luxembourg 2:09.73
7 Anuschka Nice   South Africa 2:12.94
8 Azemra Gebru   Ethiopia 2:23.08
9 Tatiana Guela   Central African Republic 2:34.49

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 42 athletes from 32 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