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2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Women's 100 metres

The women's 100 metres at the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics will be held at Hayward Field on 22 and 23 July.[1]

Contents

MedalistsEdit

RecordsEdit

Standing records prior to the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics
World Junior Record   Marlies Göhr (GDR) 10.88 Dresden, East Germany 1 July 1977
Championship Record   Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) 11.12 Santiago, Chile 18 October 2000
World Junior Leading   Kaylin Whitney (USA) 11.10 Eugene, United States 5 July 2014
Broken records during the 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics
 

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Qualification: The first 3 of each heat (Q) and the 3 fastest times (q) qualified

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Note
1 5 Dina Asher-Smith   Great Britain 11.18 Q
2 8 Ángela Tenorio   Ecuador 11.27 q*
3 4 Desiree Henry   Great Britain 11.36 Q
4 1 Ewa Swoboda   Poland 11.42 Q, =NJR, NYR
5 7 Kaylin Whitney   United States 11.48 Q
6 4 Iréne Ekelund   Sweden 11.55 Q
7 6 Andrea Purica   Venezuela 11.59 Q, PB
8 3 Vitoria Cristina Rosa   Brazil 11.60 Q, PB
9 7 Anna Doi   Japan 11.65 Q
10 2 Ariana Washington   United States 11.67 Q
11 1 Kedisha Dallas   Jamaica 11.68 Q
11 5 Tamiris de Liz   Brazil 11.68 Q, SB
13 4 Floriane Gnafoua   France 11.69 Q, PB
14 5 Keianna Albury   Bahamas 11.70 Q
15 4 Brenessa Thompson   Guyana 11.71 q
16 1 Sade McCreath   Canada 11.72 Q, PB
17 2 Anne Sjoukje Runia   Netherlands 11.75 Q
17 7 Eva Berger   France 11.75 Q
17 3 Tebogo Mamathu   South Africa 11.75 Q
20 1 Cecilia Tamayo   Mexico 11.77 q
21 2 Cristina Lara   Spain 11.78 Q
21 5 Johanelis Herrera Abreu   Italy 11.78 q
23 5 Emilia Kjellberg   Sweden 11.79 PB
24 3 Aaliyah Telesford   Trinidad and Tobago 11.81 Q
25 6 Zakiya Denoon   Trinidad and Tobago 11.83 Q
26 2 Nelda Huggins   British Virgin Islands 11.87
27 4 Brianne Bethel   Bahamas 11.88
28 2 Tristan Evelyn   Barbados 11.91
29 5 Olivia Fotopoulou   Cyprus 11.92
30 2 Dayleen Santana   Puerto Rico 11.93
30 6 Natasha Brown   Canada 11.93 Q
32 7 Lisa Marie Kwayie   Germany 11.95
33 6 Hana Basic   Australia 11.96
34 4 Paraskevi Andreou   Cyprus 11.97
35 2 Simone du Plooy   South Africa 11.98
35 6 Tegest Tamangnu   Ethiopia 11.98
37 7 Ajla del Ponte    Switzerland 11.99
38 6 Hu Chia-chen   Chinese Taipei 12.02
39 1 Kayla Anise Richardson   Philippines 12.03
40 5 Suzie Acolatse   Ghana 12.04
41 7 Larissa Chambers   Australia 12.05
42 1 Nina Braun   Germany 12.08
43 1 Loungo Matlhaku   Botswana 12.12
44 6 Marije van Hunenstijn   Netherlands 12.14
45 4 Helene Rønningen   Norway 12.16
46 3 Evelyn Rivera   Colombia 12.17
47 3 Sayaka Adachi   Japan 12.24
48 3 Alexandra Toth   Austria 12.26
49 6 Ngosi Musa   Sierra Leone 12.28
50 7 Quashira McIntosh   United States Virgin Islands 12.44
51 3 Adrine Monagi   Papua New Guinea 12.79
52 5 Im Lan Loi   Macau 12.83 PB
53 4 Aireen Akter   Bangladesh 13.52 PB
N/A 1 Tiffany Tshilumba   Luxembourg DNS
N/A 2 Ghislaine Amoda   Central African Republic DNS
  • Tenorio was originally disqualified for a false start, but was reinstated and allowed to effectively run a solo time trial. As her time would have been sufficient to merit a fastest loser spot, an extra slot was created to ensure Abreu, the slowest of the existing 'fastest loser' qualifiers did not lose out.[2]

SemifinalsEdit

Qualification: The first 2 of each heat (Q) and the 2 fastest times (q) qualified

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Note
1 2 Dina Asher-Smith   Great Britain 11.31 Q
2 1 Ángela Tenorio   Ecuador 11.32 Q
3 3 Kaylin Whitney   United States 11.44 Q
4 1 Desiree Henry   Great Britain 11.48 Q
5 3 Ewa Swoboda   Poland 11.51 Q
6 1 Iréne Ekelund   Sweden 11.64 q
7 1 Andrea Purica   Venezuela 11.70 q
8 1 Brenessa Thompson   Guyana 11.71
9 1 Tamiris de Liz   Brazil 11.73
9 2 Ariana Washington   United States 11.73 Q
11 2 Vitoria Cristina Rosa   Brazil 11.75
12 3 Keianna Albury   Bahamas 11.76
13 3 Kedisha Dallas   Jamaica 11.77
14 3 Anna Doi   Japan 11.84
15 3 Floriane Gnafoua   France 11.88
16 3 Aaliyah Telesford   Trinidad and Tobago 11.94
17 3 Natasha Brown   Canada 12.02
17 2 Eva Berger   France 12.02
19 2 Cecilia Tamayo   Mexico 12.10
20 2 Cristina Lara   Spain 12.11
21 2 Anne Sjoukje Runia   Netherlands 12.12
21 2 Tebogo Mamathu   South Africa 12.12
23 1 Zakiya Denoon   Trinidad and Tobago 12.13
24 1 Sade McCreath   Canada 12.16

FinalEdit

Wind: -1.0 m/s

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Note
  Dina Asher-Smith   Great Britain 11.23
  Ángela Tenorio   Ecuador 11.39
  Kaylin Whitney   United States 11.45
4 Desiree Henry   Great Britain 11.56
5 Ewa Swoboda   Poland 11.59
6 Iréne Ekelund   Sweden 11.61
7 Ariana Washington   United States 11.65
8 Andrea Purica   Venezuela 11.76

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