2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's 400 metres

The men's 400 metres at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships took place on 7–8 March 2014.

Men's 400 metres
at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships
VenueErgo Arena
Dates7 March (heats and semifinals)
8 March (final)
Competitors27 from 22 nations
Winning time45.24
Medalists
gold medal    Czech Republic
silver medal    Bahamas
bronze medal    United States
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RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships
World record   Kerron Clement (USA) 44.57 Fayetteville, United States 12 March 2005
Championship record   Nery Brenes (CRC) 45.11 Istanbul, Turkey 10 March 2012
World leading   Lalonde Gordon (TRI) 45.17 Boston, United States 8 February 2014
African record   Sunday Bada (NGR) 45.51 Paris, France 9 March 1997
Asian record   Shunji Karube (JPN) 45.76 Paris, France 9 March 1997
European record   Thomas Schönlebe (GDR) 45.05 Sindelfingen, West Germany 5 February 1988
North and Central American
and Caribbean record
  Kerron Clement (USA) 44.57 Fayetteville, United States 12 March 2005
Oceanian record   Daniel Batman (AUS) 45.93 Birmingham, Great Britain 2 March 2003
South American record   Bayano Kamani (PAN) 46.26 Boston, United States 29 January 2005

Qualification standardsEdit

Indoor Outdoor
46.80 45.10

ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
7 March 2014 10:45 Heats
7 March 2014 21:25 Semifinals
8 March 2014 20:30 Final

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Qualification: First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the semi-finals.[1]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 6 Chris Brown   Bahamas 45.84 Q, SB
2 5 5 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 46.01 Q
3 1 5 Lalonde Gordon   Trinidad and Tobago 46.07 Q
4 1 4 Edino Steele   Jamaica 46.38 Q
5 4 6 Kyle Clemons   United States 46.42 Q
6 1 6 Marek Niit   Estonia 46.52 q
7 3 5 Luguelín Santos   Dominican Republic 46.54 Q
=8 2 5 David Verburg   United States 46.62 Q
3 4 Nery Brenes   Costa Rica 46.62 Q
10 3 6 Nigel Levine   Great Britain 46.64 q
11 5 4 Nick Ekelund-Arenander   Denmark 46.68
12 3 1 Anderson Henriques   Brazil 46.82 PB
13 2 3 Rafał Omelko   Poland 46.84 Q
14 4 4 Akheem Gauntlett   Jamaica 46.85 Q
15 2 4 Jarrin Solomon   Trinidad and Tobago 46.86
16 4 2 Tabarie Henry   United States Virgin Islands 46.87
17 1 3 Vitaliy Butrym   Ukraine 46.98
18 5 3 Mark Ujakpor   Spain 47.16
19 1 2 Erison Hurtault   Dominica 47.25
20 2 6 Gustavo Cuesta   Dominican Republic 47.43
21 4 3 Bram Peters   Netherlands 47.50
22 3 3 Donald Sanford   Israel 47.90
23 2 2 Nika Kartavtsevi   Georgia 48.68 SB
24 5 2 Falcón Fagúndez   Uruguay 49.89 PB
25 5 1 Jannot Bacar   Comoros 50.11
3 2 Siologa Viliamu Sepa   Samoa DQ R163.3(a)[2]
4 5 Richard Buck   Great Britain DQ R163.2[3]

SemifinalsEdit

Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) qualified for the finals. [4]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 3 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 45.79 Q
2 1 5 Kyle Clemons   United States 46.06 Q
3 2 5 Chris Brown   Bahamas 46.19 Q
4 2 4 Nery Brenes   Costa Rica 46.25 Q, SB
5 1 6 Lalonde Gordon   Trinidad and Tobago 46.29 Q
6 2 3 David Verburg   United States 46.33 Q
7 2 6 Luguelín Santos   Dominican Republic 46.37
8 1 1 Nigel Levine   Great Britain 46.84
9 2 2 Rafał Omelko   Poland 46.94
10 2 1 Akheem Gauntlett   Jamaica 47.13
11 1 2 Marek Niit   Estonia 47.67
1 4 Edino Steele   Jamaica DQ R163.3(b)[5]

FinalEdit

[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 45.24 NR
  6 Chris Brown   Bahamas 45.58 PB
  4 Kyle Clemons   United States 45.74
4 1 David Verburg   United States 46.21
5 2 Lalonde Gordon   Trinidad and Tobago 46.39
6 3 Nery Brenes   Costa Rica 47.32

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Heats results
  2. ^ Lane infringement
  3. ^ Jostling/Obstruction on the track
  4. ^ Semifinals results
  5. ^ Infringement of the inside border
  6. ^ Final results