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2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Women's 60 metres hurdles

The women's 60 metres hurdles at the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships took place on 2 and 3 March 2018.[1][2]

Women's 400 metres
at the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships
VenueArena Birmingham
Dates2–3 March
Competitors37 from 24 nations
Winning time7.70 CR
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Netherlands
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Contents

SummaryEdit

Kendra Harrison came into these championships as the favorite based on her outdoor world record, but so far world championship medals have evaded her. She dominated her way through the rounds.

In the final, Christina Manning got the best start along with Devynne Charlton, but Harrison quickly made up ground. By the second hurdle, she had a foot (30 cm) lead, over the two, with Charlton fading from contention after that, while Sharika Nelvis and Isabelle Pedersen were the next back by the third hurdle. Nadine Visser pulled even with Pedersen still 2 feet behind Nelvis. Out front, Harrison had a metre lead over Manning. On the run in, Harrison and Manning retained their positions, while Visser closed quickly to take bronze from Nelvis. Seventh over the last barrier, Cindy Roleder also closed quickly to almost catch Nelvis for fourth. Harrison's winning time of 7.70 was a new Championship record.

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started on 2 March at 18:05.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Kendra Harrison   United States 7.77 Q
2 2 8 Isabelle Pedersen   Norway 7.93 Q, PB
3 3 8 Devynne Charlton   Bahamas 7.95 Q, SB
4 5 6 Oluwatobiloba Amusan   Nigeria 7.95 Q
5 5 5 Sally Pearson   Australia 7.96 Q, SB
6 2 4 Christina Manning   United States 7.96 Q
7 1 8 Sharika Nelvis   United States 7.97 Q
8 3 3 Cindy Roleder   Germany 7.97 Q
9 3 5 Nadine Visser   Netherlands 8.01 Q
10 1 5 Stephanie Bendrat   Austria 8.06 Q
11 3 7 Elvira Herman   Belarus 8.07 Q
12 5 4 Alina Talay   Belarus 8.11 Q
13 4 6 Hanna Plotitsyna   Ukraine 8.11 Q
14 1 7 Nooralotta Neziri   Finland 8.13 Q
15 2 7 Andrea Ivančević   Croatia 8.15 Q
16 4 3 Luca Kozák   Hungary 8.16 Q
17 5 3 Karolina Kołeczek   Poland 8.16 Q, SB
18 1 2 Eefje Boons   Netherlands 8.16 Q
19 5 8 Ivana Lončarek   Croatia 8.16 q
20 4 7 Lindsay Lindley   Nigeria 8.17 Q
21 3 4 Michelle Jenneke   Australia 8.20 q, SB
22 4 2 Reetta Hurske   Finland 8.20 q
23 2 2 Eline Berings   Belgium 8.20 Q
24 5 7 Gréta Kerekes   Hungary 8.20 q
25 4 8 Angela Whyte   Canada 8.21 SB
26 3 1 Marilyn Nwawulor   Great Britain 8.22
27 2 5 Beate Schrott   Austria 8.27
28 1 6 Veronica Borsi   Italy 8.27
29 2 6 Megan Marrs   Great Britain 8.28
30 3 2 Anamaria Nesteriuc   Romania 8.32
31 5 2 Ricarda Lobe   Germany 8.33
32 1 3 Andrea Vargas   Costa Rica 8.34
33 2 3 Elisa Di Lazzaro   Italy 8.35
34 3 6 Elin Westerlund   Sweden 8.36
35 4 5 Karel Elodie Ziketh   Ivory Coast 8.43
36 5 1 Mulern Jean   Haiti 8.51 SB
1 4 Elisavet Pesiridou   Greece DNF

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals started on 3 March at 18:05.[4]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 4 Kendra Harrison   United States 7.79 Q
2 1 6 Christina Manning   United States 7.83 Q
3 3 6 Nadine Visser   Netherlands 7.83 Q, NR
4 2 6 Cindy Roleder   Germany 7.86 Q
5 3 3 Sharika Nelvis   United States 7.86 Q
6 3 4 Isabelle Pedersen   Norway 7.86 q, PB
7 1 4 Devynne Charlton   Bahamas 7.89 Q, NR
8 1 5 Oluwatobiloba Amusan   Nigeria 7.91 q
9 2 5 Sally Pearson   Australia 7.92 SB
10 1 7 Elvira Herman   Belarus 8.06
11 2 3 Alina Talay   Belarus 8.07
12 3 8 Andrea Ivančević   Croatia 8.07 SB
13 2 1 Lindsay Lindley   Nigeria 8.08
14 1 3 Hanna Plotitsyna   Ukraine 8.09
15 3 5 Stephanie Bendrat   Austria 8.10
16 3 1 Eline Berings   Belgium 8.14
17 2 2 Gréta Kerekes   Hungary 8.17
18 2 8 Nooralotta Neziri   Finland 8.20
19 3 2 Reetta Hurske   Finland 8.20
20 1 1 Ivana Lončarek   Croatia 8.21
21 3 7 Karolina Kołeczek   Poland 8.21
22 1 2 Michelle Jenneke   Australia 8.22
23 1 8 Luca Kozák   Hungary 8.24
24 2 7 Eefje Boons   Netherlands 8.24

FinalEdit

 
The finish of the race

The final was started on 3 March at 20:55.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Kendra Harrison   United States 7.70 CR
  6 Christina Manning   United States 7.79
  4 Nadine Visser   Netherlands 7.84
4 3 Sharika Nelvis   United States 7.86
5 7 Cindy Roleder   Germany 7.87
6 2 Isabelle Pedersen   Norway 7.94
7 1 Oluwatobiloba Amusan   Nigeria 8.05
8 8 Devynne Charlton   Bahamas 8.18

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IAAF World Indoor Championships Timetable". IAAF. Retrieved March 16, 2016.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Heats results
  4. ^ Semifinals results
  5. ^ Final results