2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's discus throw

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

MedalistsEdit

Gold Yaime Pérez
  Cuba
Silver Erin Pendleton
  United States
Bronze Yuliya Kurylo
  Ukraine

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

22 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Yaime Pérez   Cuba 48.05 x 56.01 49.04 52.23 50.77 56.01
  Erin Pendleton   United States 53.57 53.22 x 53.63 54.15 54.96 54.96
  Yuliya Kurylo   Ukraine 48.31 x 52.19 53.96 52.02 53.75 53.96
4 Kimberley Mulhall   Australia 50.99 53.16 52.19 52.74 52.55 53.77 53.77
5 Irina Rodrigues   Portugal 51.62 52.75 x x 49.38 52.03 52.75
6 Anaïs Marcadet   France 48.85 50.25 x 51.23 49.77 52.65 52.65
7 Margaret Satupai   Samoa 51.31 49.74 x 41.33 51.17 48.26 51.31
8 Lucie Catouillart   France 45.83 50.13 47.02 47.96 x x 50.13
9 Weng Chunxia   China 49.46 48.79 x 49.46
10 Jitka Kubelová   Czech Republic 47.88 x 43.50 47.88
11 Antje Bormann   Germany 45.52 44.76 x 45.52
Siositina Hakeai   New Zealand x x x NM

QualificationsEdit

20 July

Group AEdit

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3
1 Yaime Pérez   Cuba 53.91 - - 53.91 Q
2 Anaïs Marcadet   France 38.41 47.60 52.75 52.75 q
3 Kimberley Mulhall   Australia x 50.58 52.61 52.61 q
4 Margaret Satupai   Samoa x 50.15 50.36 50.36 q
5 Antje Bormann   Germany 49.98 x 48.74 49.98 q
6 Siositina Hakeai   New Zealand 49.37 49.09 47.39 49.37 q
7 Su Xinyue   China 48.99 47.71 48.11 48.99
8 Alyssa Hasslen   United States 48.91 x 46.53 48.91
9 Hristína Anagnostopoúlou   Greece 47.54 47.66 x 47.66
10 Olga Abramchuk   Ukraine 46.71 x x 46.71
11 Corinne Nugter   Netherlands 46.29 44.38 45.94 46.29
12 Miya Itoman   Japan 38.94 x 43.85 43.85
13 Androniki Lada   Cyprus x 41.98 x 41.98

Group BEdit

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3
1 Irina Rodrigues   Portugal 51.83 51.52 51.26 51.83 q
2 Erin Pendleton   United States 48.93 51.74 48.92 51.74 q
3 Yuliya Kurylo   Ukraine x 51.19 x 51.19 q
4 Weng Chunxia   China x x 50.14 50.14 q
5 Jitka Kubelová   Czech Republic 49.98 x x 49.98 q
6 Lucie Catouillart   France x 49.60 x 49.60 q
7 Leesa Lealaisalanoa   New Zealand 42.36 48.36 48.55 48.55
8 Ashlee Smith   Trinidad and Tobago 47.68 45.49 46.31 47.68
9 Lidiane Cansian   Brazil x x 46.56 46.56
10 Candicea Bernard   Jamaica x 46.47 46.26 46.47
11 Anna Rüh   Germany 45.13 x 46.32 46.32
12 Ilaria Marchetti   Italy 43.11 44.51 45.68 45.68
13 Breanna Rak   Canada 44.87 x x 44.87
14 Taryn Gollshewsky   Australia x 43.97 x 43.97

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 27 athletes from 20 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