Athletics at the 2001 Summer Universiade – Women's 200 metres

The women's 200 metres event at the 2001 Summer Universiade was held at the Workers Stadium in Beijing, China on 30–31 August.[1]

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
Li Xuemei
  China
Kim Gevaert
  Belgium
Natallia Safronnikava
  Belarus

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Wind:
Heat 2: +2.2 m/s, Heat 3: +1.1 m/s, Heat 4: +1.5 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Li Xuemei   China 23.21 Q[2]
2 4 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 23.35 Q
3 4 Jacqueline Poelman   Netherlands 23.36 Q
1 5 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 23.37 Q[2]
1 2 Shanta Ghosh   Germany 23.48 Q[2]
2 2 Yan Jiankui   China 23.50 Q
1 3 Natallia Safronnikava   Belarus 23.60 Q[2]
3 2 Rosemar Coelho Neto   Brazil 23.72 Q[3]
3 5 Nicole Marahrens   Germany 23.75 Q
4 4 Tania Woods   United States 23.81 Q
2 3 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 23.82 Q
1 1 Caro Hunt   New Zealand 23.84 Q[2]
4 2 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 23.92 Q
2 1 Lucimar Moura   Brazil 24.08 Q
3 3 Jimyria Hicks   United States 24.08 Q
4 5 Rebecca Wardell   New Zealand 24.09 Q[2]
4 3 Mariya Enkina   Russia 24.12 Q
5 4 Viktoriya Kovyreva   Kazakhstan 24.12 q
5 5 Žana Minina   Lithuania 24.32 q
3 1 Ruth Grajeda   Mexico 24.37 Q[4]
4 1 Carole Kaboud Mebam   Cameroon 24.49 Q
6 5 Mary Apio   Uganda 24.58
6 3 Judith Baarssen   Netherlands 24.69
7 5 Amorette Bradshaw   Canada 24.73
5 1 Christina Schnohr   Denmark 24.80
7 4 Anne Mooney   Papua New Guinea 25.31 [2]
7 3 Ilze Jordaan   South Africa 25.41 [5]
6 2 Lina Bejjani   Lebanon 25.68
7 1 Eleana Leung   Hong Kong 26.19
7 2 Adriana Lewis   Peru 26.79
? ? K. Matsebula   Swaziland 28.74

QuarterfinalsEdit

Wind:
Heat 1: 0.0 m/s, Heat 2: -0.4 m/s, Heat 3: +0.9 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 23.27 Q
1 3 Natallia Safronnikava   Belarus 23.33 Q
2 1 Li Xuemei   China 23.38 Q
2 3 Shanta Ghosh   Germany 23.39 Q
1 2 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 23.43 Q
2 2 Mary Onyemuwa   Nigeria ??.?? Q
3 2 Yan Jiankui   China 23.51 Q
3 3 Lucimar Moura   Brazil 23.54 Q
4 3 Tania Woods   United States 23.57 Q
3 1 Jacqueline Poelman   Netherlands 23.60 Q
4 1 Rosemar Coelho Neto   Brazil 23.81 Q
5 1 Nicole Marahrens   Germany 23.85 q
5 3 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 23.86 q
6 3 Ruth Grajeda   Mexico 24.01 q[4]
4 2 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 24.03 Q
7 3 Viktoriya Kovyreva   Kazakhstan 24.10 q
6 1 Mariya Enkina   Russia 24.12
5 2 Jimyria Hicks   United States 24.15
6 2 Caro Hunt   New Zealand 24.16
7 1 Rebecca Wardell   New Zealand 24.43
8 2 Carole Kaboud Mebam   Cameroon 24.91
1 Žana Minina   Lithuania DNF

SemifinalsEdit

Wind:
Heat 1: +2.0 m/s, Heat 2: +0.7 m/s

Rank Heat Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Li Xuemei   China 22.76 Q[6]
2 1 Kim Gevaert   Belgium 23.00 Q[6]
3 1 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 23.13 Q[6]
4 2 Jacqueline Poelman   Netherlands 23.20 Q[6]
5 2 Natallia Safronnikava   Belarus 23.27 Q[6]
6 2 Tania Woods   United States 23.34 Q[7]
7 1 Mary Onyemuwa   Nigeria 23.35 Q[8]
8 2 Yan Jiankui   China 23.41 Q[6]
9 2 Nicole Marahrens   Germany 23.48 [9]
10 1 Shanta Ghosh   Germany 23.55 [9]
11 1 Aminata Diouf   Senegal 24.02 [9]
12 1 Viktoriya Kovyreva   Kazakhstan 24.09 [9]
13 2 Lucimar Moura   Brazil 24.16 [9]
14 2 Katleen De Caluwé   Belgium 24.17 [9]
15 2 Ruth Grajeda   Mexico 24.24 [9]
1 Rosemar Coelho Neto   Brazil DNF [2]

FinalEdit

Wind: +0.5 

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
  Li Xuemei   China 22.86
  Kim Gevaert   Belgium 22.94
  Natallia Safronnikava   Belarus 23.16
4 Mireille Donders    Switzerland 23.31
5 Mary Onyemuwa   Nigeria 23.49
6 Jacqueline Poelman   Netherlands 23.58
7 Tania Woods   United States 23.83
8 Yan Jiankui   China 23.99

ReferencesEdit