IAAF World Indoor Championships

All-Athletics.com Top 10 World Indoors Performances

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As expected, Team USA athletes dominated the list, after winning 13 gold medals at the four-day championships at the Oregon Convention Center.

Ten of the 13 American champions are on the All-Athletics.com list, including Heptathlon champion Ashton Eaton, shot put thrower Michelle Carter and men’s and women’s 60m champions, Trayvon Bromell and Barbara Pierre.

Brianna Theisen-Eaton of Canada, who used a brilliant 800m to net the gold medal in the women’s Pentathlon and Jamaican hurdler Omar McLeod were also among those listed.

On the men’s side Renaud Lavillenie of France, the men’s Pole Vault champion with 6.02m, led the performance chart with 1472 points, followed by McLeod 1435pts, and Italian High Jumper Gianmarco Tamberi (1433pts).

Brittney Reese of USA who used a last round effort of 7.22m to win the women’s Long Jump tallied 1452 points to top the female chart and she was followed by compatriots Jennifer Suhr (Pole Vault, 1431pts) and Barbara Pierre (60m, 1413pts).

NameEventPos.ResultPerformance Score
Men
Renaud LavillenieFRAPole Vault16.021472
Omar McLeodJAM60m Hurdles17.411435
Gianmarco TamberiITAHigh Jump12.361433
Ashton EatonUSAHeptathlon164701432
Trayvon BromellUSA60m16.471427
Tom WalshNZLShot Put121.781427
Pavel MaslákCZE400m145.441412
Boris BerianUSA800m11:45.831406
Bin DongCHNTriple Jump117.331400
Marquis DendyUSALong Jump18.261394
Women
Brittney Reese USALong Jump17.221452
Jennifer Suhr USAPole Vault14.901431
Barbara Pierre USA60m17.021413
Brianna Theisen-Eaton CANPentathlon148811407
Nia Ali USA60m Hurdles17.811404
Ivana Spanović SRBLong Jump27.071389
Sifan Hassan NED1500m14:04.961388
Michelle Carter USAShot Put120.211388
Sandi Morris USAPole Vault24.851385
Kemi Adekoya BRN400m151.451382

Note: The 2016 Indoor Top Lists and the Indoor All-Time Lists were updated live with Sopot results.

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The next updated All-Athletics.com World Rankings will be published on Wednesday, 23 March.

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