Athletics at the 1999 Summer Universiade – Women's 100 metres

The women's 100 metres event at the 1999 Summer Universiade was held on 10 and 11 July at the Estadio Son Moix in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.[1][2][3]

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
Angela Williams
  United States
Katia Benth
  France
Virgen Benavides
  Cuba

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Wind:
Heat 1: -1.6 m/s, Heat 2: -1.2 m/s, Heat 3: -1.2 m/s, Heat 4: -1.8 m/s, Heat 5: -2.0 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Katia Benth   France 11.49 Q[4]
2 4 Virgen Benavides   Cuba 11.50 Q
3 1 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 11.65 Q
3 3 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 11.65 Q
5 2 Rahela Markt   Croatia 11.67 Q, SB
6 3 Shanta Gosh   Germany 11.73 Q
7 2 Yelena Anisimova   Russia 11.78 Q
8 5 Torri Edwards   United States 11.82 Q
9 2 Annika Amundin   Sweden 11.86 Q
10 4 Manuela Grillo   Italy 11.88 Q
11 1 Angela Williams   United States 11.89 Q
12 1 Esi Benyarku   Canada 11.95 Q
12 1 Elena Sordelli   Italy 11.95 Q
14 4 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 11.96 Q
15 2 Lisette Rondón   Chile 11.97 Q, SB
16 5 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 12.01 Q
17 1 Wan Kin Yee   Hong Kong 12.03 q
17 3 Carmen Blay   Spain 12.03 Q
19 4 Marit Nyberg Birknes   Norway 12.04 q
20 4 Arantxa Iglesias   Spain 12.05 q
20 5 Ann Helen Rinden   Norway 12.05 Q
22 5 Abiodun Oyepitan   Great Britain 12.06 Q
23 1 Yuliya Vertyanova   Russia 12.10 q
24 3 Yessica Torres   Mexico 12.19 Q
25 5 Suzaan Louwrens   South Africa 12.19
26 3 Gloria Kemasuode   Nigeria 12.22
27 2 Anais Oyembo   Gabon 12.24
28 2 Juliet Tajiri   Uganda 12.38
29 2 Seynabou Ndiaye   Senegal 12.41
30 5 Nancy Castillo   Mexico 12.56
31 3 Maritza Figueroa   Nicaragua 12.57
32 4 Adriana Lewis   Peru 12.62
33 5 Yemi Ogunbanwo   Nigeria 12.66
34 5 Zuleyka Almodovar   Puerto Rico 12.78
35 2 Monika Gachevska   Bulgaria 12.87
36 4 Diana Fournouzlian   Lebanon 13.20
37 1 Christine Sciberras   Malta 13.42
38 1 Dinh Thi Thuy   Vietnam 13.97
3 Denia Barton   Costa Rica DNS
3 Sazie Nicolas   France DNS

QuarterfinalsEdit

Wind:
Heat 1: -0.1 m/s, Heat 2: +0.1 m/s, Heat 3: +0.3 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Virgen Benavides   Cuba 11.29 Q
2 2 Katia Benth   France 11.35 Q
3 3 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 11.39 Q
4 3 Angela Williams   United States 11.44 Q
5 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 11.51 Q
6 2 Shanta Gosh   Germany 11.56 Q
7 1 Torri Edwards   United States 11.57 Q
8 1 Manuela Grillo   Italy 11.73 Q, SB
9 2 Abiodun Oyepitan   Great Britain 11.74 Q
9 2 Annika Amundin   Sweden 11.74 q
9 3 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 11.74 Q
12 1 Yelena Anisimova   Russia 11.75 Q
13 3 Rahela Markt   Croatia 11.77 Q
14 3 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 11.79 q
15 2 Elena Sordelli   Italy 11.83 q
16 1 Arantxa Iglesias   Spain 11.86
16 2 Esi Benyarku   Canada 11.86 q
18 1 Ann Helen Rinden   Norway 11.92
18 3 Marit Nyberg Birknes   Norway 11.92
20 3 Wan Kin Yee   Hong Kong 11.97
21 3 Carmen Blay   Spain 11.98
22 1 Lisette Rondón   Chile 12.00
23 1 Yessica Torres   Mexico 12.11
24 2 Yuliya Vertyanova   Russia 12.18

SemifinalsEdit

Wind:
Heat 1: -0.9 m/s, Heat 2: +0.5 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Katia Benth   France 11.27 Q, SB
2 2 Virgen Benavides   Cuba 11.32 Q
3 2 Angela Williams   United States 11.35 Q
4 1 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 11.41 Q
5 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 11.44 Q
6 1 Torri Edwards   United States 11.45 Q
7 1 Shanta Gosh   Germany 11.59 Q
8 2 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 11.61 Q
9 2 Manuela Grillo   Italy 11.71 SB
10 1 Yelena Anisimova   Russia 11.73
11 1 Annika Amundin   Sweden 11.77
11 2 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 11.77
13 1 Abiodun Oyepitan   Great Britain 11.81
14 1 Elena Sordelli   Italy 11.92
15 2 Esi Benyarku   Canada 11.93
16 2 Rahela Markt   Croatia 11.94

FinalEdit

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
  Angela Williams   United States 11.19
  Katia Benth   France 11.23
  Virgen Benavides   Cuba 11.25
4 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 11.32
5 Torri Edwards   United States 11.34
6 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 11.37
7 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 11.55
8 Shanta Gosh   Germany 11.60

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Heats, quarterfinals and semifinals results Archived 2014-05-03 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Final results". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
  3. ^ Full results (p. 397)
  4. ^ French results