2019 World Athletics Championships – Women's triple jump

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Women's triple jump
at the 2019 World Championships
VenueKhalifa International Stadium
Dates3 October (qualification)
5 October (final)
Competitors26 from 17 nations
Winning distance15.37
Medalists
gold medal    Venezuela
silver medal    Jamaica
bronze medal    Colombia
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The women's triple jump at the 2019 World Athletics Championships was held at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, from 3 to 5 October 2019.[1]

Summary[edit]

Just a month before this event, Yulimar Rojas jumped 15.41m for the #2 mark in history. It was almost half a metre longer than world #2 Shanieka Ricketts. #6 of all time Caterine Ibargüen was also in this competition and has been in that neighborhood in the past, but hadn't jumped over 15 metres since 2016. At 35, she had already set the Masters world record twice this season.

As the third jumper in the finals, Rickets put her first effort out at 14.81m. The next jumper up was Rojas jumping marginally better with a 14.87m. The next best jumper in the first round was Kimberly Williams with a 14.64m, her personal best. As her second attempt, Rojas landed 15.37 m (50 ft 5 in) (-0.6) meaning into a slight headwind. It was the #4 jump in history, with only Françoise Mbango Etone's winning jump from the 2008 Olympics separating it from her own #2. Game. Set. Match.

Later in the round, Williams duplicated her personal best and held on to third place until the fifth round, when Ibargüen took the bronze away with a 14.73m. On her third attempt, the crowd was silenced for a moment as Rojas flew beyond the world record, but the jump was ruled a foul as she took off more than half a shoe length beyond the take off board. Inconsequential to the results, Rojas' fourth attempt of 15.18m equaled the #26 jump in history[2] and was the sixth longest ancillary jump in history.[3]

Records[edit]

Before the competition records were as follows:[4]

Record Perf. Athlete Nat. Date Location
World 15.50 Inessa Kravets  UKR 10 Aug 1995 Gothenburg, Sweden
Championship 15.50 Inessa Kravets  UKR 10 Aug 1995 Gothenburg, Sweden
World leading 15.41 m (50 ft 6 12 in) Yulimar Rojas  VEN 6 Sep 2019 Andújar, Spain
South American
African 15.39 Françoise Mbango Etone  CMR 17 Aug 2008 Beijing, China
Asian 15.25 Olga Rypakova  KAZ 4 Sep 2010 Split, Croatia
NACAC 15.29 Yamilé Aldama  CUB 11 Jul 2003 Rome, Italy
European 15.50 Inessa Kravets  UKR 10 Aug 1995 Gothenburg, Sweden
Oceanian 14.04 Nicole Mladenis  AUS 9 Mar 2002 Hobart, Australia
Nicole Mladenis  AUS 7 Dec 2003 Perth, Australia

Schedule[edit]

The event schedule, in local time (UTC+3), is as follows:[5]

Date Time Round
3 October 16:40 Qualification
5 October 20:35 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 14.30 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advanced to the final.[6][7]

Rank Group Name Nationality Round Mark Notes
1 2 3
1 A Shanieka Ricketts  Jamaica (JAM) 14.42 14.42 Q
2 A Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia (COL) 13.97 14.32 14.32 Q
3 A Olha Saladukha  Ukraine (UKR) x x 14.32 14.32 Q
4 B Yulimar Rojas  Venezuela (VEN) x 14.31 14.31 Q
5 A Keturah Orji  United States (USA) 14.30 14.30 Q
6 A Kristiina Mäkelä  Finland (FIN) 14.26 14.10 14.06 14.26 q
7 B Rouguy Diallo  France (FRA) 14.25 14.04 x 14.25 q
8 B Ana Peleteiro  Spain (ESP) 14.11 14.23 14.23 q
9 B Tori Franklin  United States (USA) 14.23 x 13.86 14.23 q
10 A Patrícia Mamona  Portugal (POR) 14.21 11.95 14.18 14.21 q
11 B Kimberly Williams  Jamaica (JAM) 14.20 13.75 13.73 14.20 q
12 B Andreea Panturoiu  Romania (ROM) x 14.12 14.02 14.12 q
13 B Olga Rypakova  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14.09 14.05 x 14.09
14 B Dovilė Kilty  Lithuania (LTU) 14.01 14.09 12.62 14.09
15 B Liadagmis Povea  Cuba (CUB) 14.01 14.08 13.98 14.08
16 A Gabriela Petrova  Bulgaria (BUL) 13.84 13.98 x 13.98
17 B Ottavia Cestonaro  Italy (ITA) x 13.97 x 13.97
18 A Evelise Veiga  Portugal (POR) 13.48 13.89 13.58 13.89
19 B Yosiris Urrutia  Colombia (COL) x 13.77 13.73 13.77
20 B Susana Costa  Portugal (POR) 13.71 13.77 13.65 13.77
21 A Iryna Vaskouskaya  Belarus (BLR) 13.67 13.57 12.48 13.67
22 A Diana Zagainova  Lithuania (LTU) 13.58 x 13.64 13.64
23 A Patricia Sarrapio  Spain (ESP) 13.58 13.40 13.46 13.58
24 A Liuba Zaldívar  Ecuador (ECU) 13.48 13.56 13.16 13.56
25 B Anna Krasutska  Ukraine (UKR) 13.16 13.14 13.09 13.16
26 B Aleksandra Nacheva  Bulgaria (BUL) 13.05 x 12.71 13.05
A Thea LaFond  Dominica (DMA) DNS
A Yanis David  France (FRA)

Final[edit]

The final was started on 5 October at 20:35.[8]

Rank Name Nationality Round Mark Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
1st place, gold medalist(s) Yulimar Rojas  Venezuela (VEN) 14.87 15.37 x 15.18 14.77 x 15.37
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Shanieka Ricketts  Jamaica (JAM) 14.81 14.76 14.92 14.72 14.85 x 14.92
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia (COL) 14.16 x 14.40 14.46 14.73 14.47 14.73
4 Kimberly Williams  Jamaica (JAM) 14.64 14.64 14.53 x x 14.17 14.64 PB
5 Olha Saladukha  Ukraine (UKR) 14.52 14.40 x 12.34 14.25 14.05 14.52 SB
6 Ana Peleteiro  Spain (ESP) 14.47 13.41 x 14.27 14.20 14.20 14.47
7 Keturah Orji  United States (USA) x 14.46 x 14.37 14.24 14.45 14.46
8 Patrícia Mamona  Portugal (POR) 14.40 14.34 14.30 14.17 x x 14.40
9 Tori Franklin  United States (USA) 14.07 x 14.08 14.08
10 Rouguy Diallo  France (FRA) x x 14.08 14.08
11 Andreea Panturoiu  Romania (ROM) 14.07 x x 14.07
12 Kristiina Mäkelä  Finland (FIN) 13.81 13.99 13.74 13.99

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Triple Jump Women − Qualification − Start List" (PDF). IAAF. 2 October 2019. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  2. ^ https://www.iaaf.org/records/all-time-toplists/jumps/triple-jump/outdoor/women/senior?regionType=world&windReading=regular&page=1&bestResultsOnly=true&firstDay=1899-12-31&lastDay=2019-10-13
  3. ^ http://www.alltime-athletics.com/wtripleok.htm
  4. ^ "Triple jump Women − Records". IAAF. Retrieved 27 September 2019.
  5. ^ "Women's triple jump − Timetable". IAAF. Retrieved 27 September 2019.
  6. ^ Qualification summary
  7. ^ Qualification results
  8. ^ "Triple Jump Women − Final − Results" (PDF). IAAF. 5 October 2019. Retrieved 6 October 2019.