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2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's 10,000 metres walk

The women's 10,000 metres walk event at the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held in Eugene, Oregon, USA, at Hayward Field on 23 July.[1][2][3][4]

Contents

MedalistsEdit

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics
World Junior Record   Elena Lashmanova (RUS) 42:59.48 Tallinn, Estonia 21 July 2011
Championship Record   Tatiana Mineeva (RUS) 43:24.72 Bydgoszcz, Poland 9 July 2008
World Junior Leading   Viktoryia Rashchupkina (BLR) 46:08.68 Brest, Belarus 23 June 2014
Broken records during the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics
 

ResultsEdit

FinalEdit

23 July
Start time: 10:28 Temperature: 14 °C Humidity: 88 %

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes Red cards
~ Lost contact
> Bent knee
  Anežka Drahotová   Czech Republic 42:47.25 WJR
  Wang Na   China 44:02.64 PB ~
  Ni Yuanyuan   China 44:16.72 PB
4 Laura García-Caro   Spain 44:32.84 NJR ~~
5 María Pérez   Spain 44:57.30 PB
6 Rena Goto   Japan 45:54.07 PB ~
7 Kana Minemura   Japan 46:22.88 PB
8 Stefany Coronado   Bolivia 46:42.06 NJR
9 Jéssica Hancco   Peru 46:47.31 NJR
10 Viktoryia Rashchupkina   Belarus 47:00.30 >
11 Katarzyna Zdzieblo   Poland 47:10.01 PB
12 Živilė Vaiciukevičiūtė   Lithuania 47:19.80 PB
13 Eleonora Dominici   Italy 47:24.48 PB
14 Nicole Colombi   Italy 47:38.82 PB >
15 Mihaela Acatrinei   Romania 47:47.64 PB
16 Mara Ribeiro   Portugal 47:48.33 PB
17 Karla Jaramillo   Ecuador 47:59.90 NJR
18 Tayla-Paige Billington   Australia 48:40.01 PB >
19 Ganna Suslyk   Ukraine 48:48.46 PB ~
20 Monika Vaiciukevičiūtė   Lithuania 48:50.07 PB
21 Anél Oosthuizen   South Africa 48:55.26 PB
22 Carmen Bianca Molnar   Romania 49:06.42 PB
23 Mariana Mota   Portugal 49:07.82 PB
24 Sonia Irene Barrondo   Guatemala 49:15.32 NJR ~>
25 María Guadalupe Sánchez   Mexico 49:47.04 PB >
26 Diana Aydosova   Kazakhstan 49:50.28 PB
27 Lee Da-seul   South Korea 49:50.90 PB ~>
28 Monika Hornáková   Slovakia 49:52.26 PB
29 Rita Récsei   Hungary 50:31.88 >
30 Daniela Pastrana   Colombia 51:04.22 PB
31 Dana Aydosova   Kazakhstan 51:09.74 >
32 Katharine Newhoff   United States 51:40.42 PB ~
Derya Karakurt   Turkey DNF
Jasmine Dighton   Australia DQ 230.6(a) ~~~
Eliška Drahotová   Czech Republic DQ 230.6(a) >>>
Oxana Golyatkina   Russia DQ 230.6(a) ~~~
Olga Shargina   Russia DQ 230.6(a) >~~

Note:
IAAF Rule 230.6(a) - Repeated failure to comply with the definition of Race Walking

Intermediate times:
1000m: 4:24.56 Anežka Drahotová
2000m: 8:39.46 Anežka Drahotová
3000m: 12:50.67 Anežka Drahotová
4000m: 17:04.34 Anežka Drahotová
5000m: 21:21.15 Anežka Drahotová
6000m: 25:39.66 Anežka Drahotová
7000m: 29:57.03 Anežka Drahotová
8000m: 34:17.93 Anežka Drahotová
9000m: 38:36.45 Anežka Drahotová

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 37 athletes from 26 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - OREGON 2014 - TEAM MANUAL (PDF), IAAF, 27 June 2014, retrieved 21 August 2015
  2. ^ IAAF World Junior Championships - Eugene (USA) - 22-27 July 2014 - RESULTS (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 21 August 2015
  3. ^ IAAF World Junior Championships - Eugene (USA) - 22-27 July 2014 - DAY 2 23 JUL FULL RESULTS (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 29 August 2015
  4. ^ http://www.iaaf.org/competitions/iaaf-world-junior-championships/iaaf-world-junior-championships-2014-4954/timetable/bydiscipline/women/10000-metres-race-walk

External linksEdit