Athletics Olympic Games 2012 London (GBR) - 03-12.08
LondonLondon 2012Men EventsWomen EventsTodor 66index London 2012index Athletics
MendateGoldSilverBronze
Men 100m05.08Usain BoltJAMJAM9.63s ORYohan BlakeJAMJAM9.75sJustin GatlinUSAUSA9.79s
Men 200m09.08Usain BoltJAMJAM19.32sYohan BlakeJAMJAM19.44sWarren WeirJAMJAM19.84s
Men 400m06.08Kirani JamesGRNGRN43.94sLuguelin SantosDOMDOM44.46sLalonde GordonTRITRI44.52s
Men 800m09.08David Lekuta RudishaKENKEN1:40.91 WRNijel AmosBOTBOT1:41.73Timothy KitumKENKEN1:42.53
Men 1500m07.08Taoufik MakhloufiALGALG3:34.08Leonel ManzanoUSAUSA3:34.79Abdalaati IguiderMARMAR3:35.13
Men 5000m11.08Mohamed FarahGBRGBR13:41.66Dejen GebremeskelETHETH13:41.98Thomas Pkemei LongosiwaKENKEN13:42.36
Men 10000m04.08Mohamed FarahGBRGBR27:30.42Galen RuppUSAUSA27:30.90Tariku BekeleETHETH27:41.43
Men Marathon12.08Stephen KiprotichUGAUGA2:08:01Abel KiruiKENKEN2:08.27Wilson Kipsang KiprotichKENKEN2:09.37
Men 110m Hurdles08.08Aries MerrittUSAUSA12_92sJason RichardsonUSAUSA13.04sHansle ParchmentJAMJAM13.12s
Men 400m Hurdles06.08Felix SanchezDOMDOM47.63sMichael TinsleyUSAUSA47.91sJavier CulsonPURPUR48.10s
Men 3000m Steeplechase05.08Ezekiel KemboiKENKEN8:18.56Mahiedine Mekhissi-BenabbadFRAFRA8:19.08Abel Kiprop MutaiKENKEN8:19.73
Men Jumps
Men High Jump 07.08Ivan UkhovRUSRUS 2.38mErik KynardUSAUSA 2.33mMutaz Essa BarshimQATQAT2.29m
Derek DrouinCANCAN2.29m
Robert GrabarzGBRGBR2.29m
Men Pole Vault10.08Renaud LavillenieFRAFRA5.97m ORBjorn OttoGERGER5.91mRaphael HolzdeppeGERGER5.91m
Men Long Jump04.08Greg RutherfordGBRGBR8.31mMitchell WattAUSAUS8.16mWill ClayeUSAUSA8.12m
Men Triple Jump09.08Christian TaylorUSAUSA17.81mWill ClayeUSAUSA17.62mFabrizio DonatoITAITA17.48m
Men Throuws
Men Shot Put03.08Tomasz MajewskiPOLPOL21.89mDavid StorlGERGER21.86mReese HoffaUSAUSA21.23m
Men Discus Throw07.07Robert HartingGERGER68.27mEhsan HadadiIRIIRI68.18mGerd KanterESTEST68.03m
Men Hammer Throw05.08Krisztian ParsHUNHUN80.59mPrimoz KozmusSLOSLO79.36mKoji MurofushiJPNJPN78.71m
Men Javelin Throw11.08Keshorn WalcottTRITRI84.58mAntti RuuskanenFINFIN84.12mVítězslav VeselýCZECZE83.34m
Men Multi Event and Road
Men Decathlon09.08Ashton EatonUSAUSA8869Trey HardeeUSAUSA8671Leonel SuarezCUBCUB8523
Men 20km Road Walk04.08Ding ChenCHNCHN1:18.46Erick BarrondoGUAGUA1:18.57Zhen WangCHNCHN1:19.25
Men 50km Road Walk11.08Jared TallentAUSAUS3:36.53Tianfeng SiCHNCHN3:37.16Robert HeffernanIRLIRL3:37.54
Men Relays
Men 4×100m Relay --.08JamaicaJAM _36.84s WRTrinidad TobagoTRI _38.12sFranceFRA _38.16s
Nesta Carter
Michael Frater
Yohan Blake
Usain Bolt
(Kemar Bailey-Cole)
Keston Bledman
Marc Burns
Emmanuel Callender
Richard Thompson
Jimmy Vicaut
Christophe Lemaitre
Pierre-Alexis Pessonneaux
Ronald Pognon
Men 4×400m Relay --.08BahamasBAH _2:56.72United StatesUSA _2:57.05Trinidad TobagoTRI _2:59.40
Chris Brown
Demetrius Pinder
Michael Mathieu
Ramon Miller
Bryshon Nellum
Joshua Mance
Tony McQuay
Angelo Taylor
(Manteo Mitchell)
Lalonde Gordon
Jarrin Solomon
Ade Alleyne-Forte
Deon Lendore
Medal relocations after positive dopping tests.
1. Men 4×100 metres relay: Tyson Gay was stripped of his silver medal due to doping violations.
Following consideration by the IOC, the United States team was disqualified. The decision was referred back to the IAAF for other results to be adjusted in the wake of the disqualification, promoting Trinidad and Tobago to silver, and France to bronze. The French team received their bronze medals at the IAAF Diamond League in Paris in July 2015.
2. Men 50km Walk: On 24 March 2016, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has issued decision that all competitive results obtained by Sergey Kirdyapkin of Russia from 20 August 2009 to 15 October 2012 are disqualified.
Redistribution of the medals in this event occurred in 17 June 2016, with Tallent awarded the gold medal by the IOC at a ceremony in Melbourne, Australia,[12] with Si claiming silver and Heffernan bronze.
3. Men Javelin Throw: Original silver medalist Oleksandr Pyatnytsya of Ukraine was stripped of his silver medal and result following a positive finding in a retest of his 2012 anti-doping sample.
On 24 February 2017 Antti Ruuskanen received the silver medal in Finland. On 28 June 2017 Vítězslav Veselý received the bronze medal in Czechia.
Women EventsdateGoldSilverBronze
Women 100m04.08Shelly-Ann Fraser-PryceJAMJAM10.75sCarmelita JeterUSAUSA10.78sVeronica Campbell-BrownJAMJAM10.81s
Women 200m08.08Allyson FelixUSAUSA21.88sShelly-Ann Fraser-PryceJAMJAM22.09sCarmelita JeterUSAUSA22.14s
Women 400m05.08Sanya Richards-RossUSAUSA49.55sChristine OhuruoguGBRGBR49.70sDeedee TrotterUSAUSA49.72s
Women 800m11.08Caster SemenyaRSARSA1:57.23Ekaterina PoistogovaRUSRUS1:57.53vacant
Women 1500m10.08Maryam Yusuf JamalBRNBRN4:10.74Tatyana TomashovaURSURS4:10.90Abeba AregawiRUSRUS4:11.03
Women 5000m10.08Meseret DefarETHETH15:04.25Vivian Jepkemoi CheruiyotKENKEN15:04.73Tirunesh DibabaETHETH15:05.15
Women 10000m03.08Tirunesh DibabaETHETH30:20.75Sally Jepkosgei KipyegoKENKEN30:26.37Vivian Jepkemoi CheruiyotKENKEN30:30.44
Women Marathon05.08Tiki GelanaETHETH2:23.07 ORPriscah JeptooKENKEN2:23.12Tatyana Petrova ArkhipovaRUSRUS2:23.29
Women 100m Hurdles07.08Sally PearsonAUSAUS12.35sDawn HarperUSAUSA12.37sKellie WellsUSAUSA12.48s
Women 400m Hurdles08.08Natalya AntyukhRUSRUS52.70sLashinda DemusUSAUSA52.77sZuzana HejnovaCZECZE53.38s
Women 3000m Steeplechase06.08Habiba GhribiTUNTUN9:08.37Sofia AssefaETHETH9:09.84Milcah Chemos CheywaKENKEN9:09.88
Women Jumps
Women High Jump11.08Anna ChicherovaRUSRUS22.05mBrigetta BarrettUSAUSA2.03mSvetlana ShkolinaRUSRUS2.03m
Women Pole Vault06.08Jennifer SuhrUSAUSA4.75mYarisley SilvaCUBCUB4.75mElena IsinbaevaRUSRUS4.70m
Women Long Jump08.08Brittney ReeseUSAUSA7.12mElena SokolovaRUSRUS7.07mJanay DeloachUSAUSA6.89m
Women Triple Jump07.08Olga RypakovaKAZKAZ14.98mCaterine IbarguenCOLCOL14.80mOlha SaladuhaUKRUKR14.79m
Women Throuws
Women Shot Put06.08Valerie AdamsNZLNZL20.70mLijiao GongCHNCHN20.22mLi LingCHNCHN19.63m
Women Discus Throw04.08Sandra PerkovicCROCRO69.11mYanfeng LiCHNCHN67.22mYarelys BarriosCUBCUB66.38m
Women Hammer Throw10.08Anita WlodarczykPOLPOL77.60mBetty HeidlerGERGER77.13mZhang WenxiuCHNCHN76.34m
Women Javelin Throw09.08Barbora SpotakovaCZECZE69.55mChristina ObergfollGERGER65.16mLinda StahlGERGER64.91m
Women Multi Event and Road
Women Heptathlon04.08Jessica EnnisGBRGBR69.55mLilli SchwarzkopfGERGER6649vacant
Women 20km Road Walk11.08Elena LashmanovaRUSRUS1:25:02 WROlga KaniskinaRUSRUS1:25.16Shenjie QieyangCHNCHN1:26.00
Women Relays
Women 4×100m Relay --.08United StatesUSA _40.82s WRJamaicaJAM _41.41sUkraineUKR _42.04s
Tianna Madison
Allyson Felix
Bianca Knight
Carmelita Jeter
(Jeneba Tarmoh)
(Lauryn Williams)
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
Sherone Simpson
Veronica Campbell-Brown
Kerron Stewart
(Samantha Henry-Robinson)
(Schillonie Calvert)
Olesya Povh
Hrystyna Stuy
Mariya Ryemyen
Elyzaveta Bryzgina
Women 4×400m Relay --.08United StatesUSA _3:16.87JamaicaJAM _3:20.95UkraineUKR _3:23.57
DeeDee Trotter
Allyson Felix
Francena McCorory
Sanya Richards-Ross
(Keshia Baker)
(Diamond Dixon)
Christine Day
Rosemarie Whyte
Shericka Williams
Novlene Williams-Mills
(Shereefa Lloyd)
Alina Lohvynenko
Olha Zemlyak
Hanna Yaroshchuk
Nataliya Pyhyda
Medal relocations after positive dopping tests.
1. Women 800m: On 10 February 2017, the Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld a four-year ban that effectively stripped of the gold medal of Mariya Savinova, based upon her biological passport.
Caster Semenya of South Africa was advanced to gold, and Ekaterina Poistogova of Russia to silver. In the case of bronze medal reallocation the bronze medal will be awarded to Pamela Jelimo of Kenya.
2. Women 1500m: On 17 August 2015, the Court of Arbitration for Sport says it approved a settlement agreed to by Turkish athlete Aslı Çakır Alptekin and the IAAF. Alptekin has agreed to forfeit her 1500 metres Olympic title and serve an eight-year ban for blood doping.
On 29 March 2017, Turkish athlete Gamze Bulut was banned for doping and lost her Olympic silver medal.
Maryam Yusuf Jamal of Bahrain was advanced to gold. In the case of silver and bronze medals reallocation the silver medal could be awarded to Tatyana Tomashova of Russia, and the bronze medal could be awarded to Abeba Aregawi of Ethiopia. However when reallocating medals, the IOC has previously elected not to advance athletes with a history of doping violations. Both Tatyana Tomashova and Abeba Aregawi had doping violations in the past. Therefore, it is possible that runners from the United States (Shannon Rowbury) and Slovakia (Lucia Klocová) in the original sixth and seventh positions could be awarded medals.
3. Women 3000m Steeplechase: On 30 January 2015, the Russian Anti-Doping Agency confirmed that runner Yuliya Zaripova will be stripped of her gold medal in the 3,000 metres steeplechase after testing positive for anabolic steroids.
On 4 June 2016, the gold medal was officially reallocated to second place Habiba Ghribi from Tunisia by the IOC
and IAAF updated the results.
4. Women 4x400 Relay: On 1 February 2017, the International Olympic Committee stripped the silver medal of the Russian team due to doping of Antonina Krivoshapka
Medals were reallocated.
5. Women 20km Walk: On 24 March 2016, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has issued decision that all competitive results obtained by Olga Kaniskina from 15 August 2009 to 15 October 2012 are disqualified.
Qieyang Shenjie of China was advanced to silver, and Liu Hong of China to bronze.
6. Women Shot Put: The original winner, Nadzeya Ostapchuk of Belarus, was stripped of her gold medal shortly after the event after failing a doping test. The rest of the competitors were elevated by one position accordingly. On 20 August 2016, Yevgeniya Kolodko of Russia was also stripped of her silver medal after retested samples from the competition returned a positive doping result.
Gong Lijiao of China was advanced to silver, and Li Ling of China to bronze.
7. Women Discus Throw: The original silver medalist, Darya Pishchalnikova of Russia, was stripped of her silver medal after failing drugs tests. The rest of the competitors were elevated by one position accordingly.
8. Women Hammer Throw: The original gold medalist, Tatyana Lysenko of Russia, was stripped of her gold medal after failing drugs tests.
Medals were reallocated.
9. Women Heptathlon: On 29 November 2016, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has issued decision that all competitive results of original bronze medalist Tatyana Chernova of Russia between 15 August 2011 and 22 July 2013 are annulled.
Medals AllGSBAll
1. United States912728
2. Jamaica45312
3. Russia4239
4. Great Britain4116
5. Ethiopia3227
6. Kenya24612
7. Australia21 3
8. Poland2 2
9. Germany1528
10.China1449
11.Trinidad Tobago1124
12.France1113
13.Dominicana11 2
14.Czechia1 23
15.Algeria1 1
15.Bahamas1 1
15.Bahrain1 1
15.Croatia1 1
15.Grenada1 1
15.Hungary1 1
15.Kazakhstan1 1
15.New Zealand1 1
15.South Africa1 1
15.Tunisia1 1
15.Uganda1 1
Silver or Bronze
26.Cuba 123
27.Botswana 1 1
27.Colombia 1 1
27.Finland 1 1
27.Guatemala 1 1
27.Iran 1 1
27.Slovenia 1 1
Only Bronze
33.Ukraine 33
34.Canada 11
34.Estonia 11
34.Ireland 11
34.Italy 11
34.Japan 11
34.Morocco 11
34.Puerto Rico 11
34.Qatar 11
Totals: 41 nations474646139
Women Heptathlon
Day 1
Women 100m Hurdles Heptathlon
Women High Jump Heptathlon
Women Shot Put Heptathlon
Women 200m Heptathlon
Day 2
Women Long Jump Heptathlon
Women Javelin Throw Heptathlon
Women 800m Heptathlon
Doping: Prior to the Olympic competition, several prominent athletes were ruled out of the competition due to failed tests. World indoor medallists Dimitrios Chondrokoukis, Debbie Dunn, and Mariem Alaoui Selsouli were withdrawn from their Olympic teams in July for doping, as was 2004 Olympic medallist Zoltán Kővágó.
At the Olympic competition, Tameka Williams admitted to taking a banned stimulant and was removed from the games.
Ivan Tsikhan did not compete in the hammer throw as a re-test of his sample from the 2004 Athens Olympics, where he won silver, was positive.
Hassan Hirt, Amine Laâlou, Marina Marghieva, Diego Palomeque and defending 50km walk champion Alex Schwazer were also suspended before taking part in their events.
Syrian hurdler Ghfran Almouhamad became the first track-and-field athlete to be suspended following a positive in-competition doping sample.
Nadzeya Astapchuk was stripped of the women's shot put title after her sample came back positive for the banned anabolic agent metenolone.
Karin Melis Mey was withdrawn before the long jump final when an earlier failed doping test was confirmed.
Multiple medalists were found guilty of doping after the Olympics. Russia has the most (9) medals stripped.
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