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1997 World Championships in Athletics – Women's javelin throw


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Updated: 2017-08-11T20:58Z
Events at the
1997 World Championships
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Track events
100 m men women
200 mmenwomen
400 mmenwomen
800 mmenwomen
1500 mmenwomen
5000 mmenwomen
10,000 mmenwomen
100 m hurdleswomen
110 m hurdlesmen
400 m hurdlesmenwomen
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relaymenwomen
4×400 m relaymenwomen
Road events
Marathonmenwomen
10 km walkwomen
20 km walkmen
50 km walkmen
Field events
Long jumpmenwomen
Triple jumpmenwomen
High jumpmenwomen
Pole vaultmen
Shot putmenwomen
Discus throwmenwomen
Javelin throwmenwomen
Hammer throwmen
Combined events
Heptathlonwomen
Decathlonmen

These are the official results of the Women's Javelin Throw event at the 1997 World Championships in Athens, Greece. There were a total number of 29 participating athletes, with the final held on Saturday August 9, 1997. All results were made with a rough surfaced javelin (old design).

Medalists

GoldNorway Trine Hattestad
Norway (NOR)
SilverAustralia Joanna Stone
Australia (AUS)
BronzeGermany Tanja Damaske
Germany (GER)

Schedule

Qualification Round
Group AGroup B
07.08.1997 – 08:30h07.08.1997 – 10:10h
Final Round
09.08.1997 – 19:10h

Abbreviations

  • All results shown are in metres
Q automatic qualification
q qualification by rank
DNS did not start
NM no mark
WR world record
AR area record
NR national record
PB personal best
SB season best

Records

Standing records prior to the 1997 World Athletics Championships
World Record  Petra Felke-Meier (GDR) 80.00 m September 9, 1988 East Germany Potsdam, East Germany
Event Record  Fatima Whitbread (GBR) 76.64 m September 6, 1987 Italy Rome, Italy
Season Best  Trine Hattestad (NOR) 69.66 m June 18, 1997 Finland Helsinki, Finland

Qualification

  • Held on Thursday 1997-08-07
RANKGROUP ADISTANCE
1. Trine Hattestad (NOR)66.12 m
2. Heli Rantanen (FIN)64.46 m
3. Mirela Maniani-Tzelili (GRE)63.50 m
4. Felicia Țilea-Moldovan (ROM)63.06 m
5. Oksana Ovchinnikova (RUS)61.58 m
6. Osleidys Menéndez (CUB)60.90 m
7. Karen Forkel (GER)60.70 m
8. Zuleima Araméndiz (COL)58.98 m
9. Laverne Eve (BAH)58.80 m
10. Nikolett Szabó (HUN)57.78 m
11. Lee Young-Sun (KOR)55.98 m
12. Lynda Lipson (USA)52.64 m
13. Shelley Holroyd (GBR)51.06 m
14. Trishel Thompson (GUY)38.14 m


RANKGROUP BDISTANCE
1. Joanna Stone (AUS)67.72 m
2. Mikaela Ingberg (FIN)63.92 m
3. Sonia Bisset (CUB)63.48 m
4. Tanja Damaske (GER)63.30 m
5. Rita Ramanauskaitė (LTU)62.60 m
6. Tatyana Shikolenko (RUS)61.78 m
7. Silke Renk (GER)60.72 m
8. Odelmys Palma (CUB)58.42 m
9. Tessa Sanderson (GBR)57.84 m
10. Taina Uppa (FIN)57.72 m
11. Ewa Rybak (POL)56.24 m
12. Nicole Carroll (USA)55.62 m
13. Erica Wheeler (USA)54.16 m
14. Ageliki Tsiolakoudi (GRE)53.48 m
15. Nikola Tomečková (CZE)52.86 m

Final

RankAthleteAttemptsDistanceNote
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1st, gold medalist(s)  Trine Hattestad (NOR)68.78 63.32 X 66.32 X 65.46 68.78 m
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Joanna Stone (AUS)64.68 68.16 66.94 66.12 68.64 68.60 68.64 m
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Tanja Damaske (GER)64.30 63.72 64.36 64.18 66.26 67.12 67.12 m
4  Mikaela Ingberg (FIN)64.50 X 63.72 61.70 64.14 66.00 66.00 m
5  Felicia Țilea-Moldovan (ROM)60.32 55.24 64.90 61.14 59.24 64.40 64.90 m
6  Sonia Bisset (CUB)63.80 63.16 63.08 60.44 60.52 63.34 63.80 m
7  Osleidys Menéndez (CUB)63.76 62.44 X 59.88 63.02 62.14 63.76 m
8  Tatyana Shikolenko (RUS)X 63.76 X 62.68 X X 63.76 m
9  Oksana Ovchinnikova (RUS)58.72 61.32 62.92 62.92 m
10  Heli Rantanen (FIN)62.64 59.96 X 62.64 m
11  Mirela Maniani-Tzelili (GRE)61.02 X 57.80 61.02 m
12  Rita Ramanauskaitė (LTU)56.80 57.38 56.36 57.38 m

See also

References

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