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IAAF World Championships Day 4 Finals Results

The following are the results from the finals that took place on Day 4 at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China, on Tuesday.

The following are the results from the finals that took place on Day 4 at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China, on Tuesday.

There were victories on the day for David Rudisha of Kenya, who won the men’s 800m title in a time of 1:45.84, with his countryman Nicholas Bett taking the 400m hurdles title in a world leader time of 47.79.

Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia ran away with the women’s 1500m crown in a time of 4:08.09.

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Men’s Results

800 — 1, David Rudisha, Kenya, 1:45.84. 2, Adam Kszczot, Poland, 1:46.08. 3, Amel Tuka, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1:46.30. 4, Ferguson Cheruiyot Rotich, Kenya, 1:46.35. 5, Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, France, 1:46.63. 6, Musaeb Abdulrahman Balla, Qatar, 1:47.01. 7, Nader Belhanbel, Morocco, 1:47.09. 8, Alfred Kipketer, Kenya, 1:47.66.

400 Hurdles — 1, Nicholas Bett, Kenya, 47.79. 2, Denis Kudryavtsev, Russia, 48.05. 3, Jeffery Gibson, Bahamas, 48.17. 4, Kerron Clement, United States, 48.18. 5, Boniface Mucheru Tumuti, Kenya, 48.33. 6, Yasmani Copello, Turkey, 48.96. 7, Patryk Dobek, Poland, 49.14. 8, Michael Tinsley, United States, 50.02.

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Long Jump — 1, Greg Rutherford, Britain, 8.41m. 2, Fabrice Lapierre, Australia, 8.24. 3, Wang Jianan, China, 8.18. 4, Gao Xinglong, China, 8.14. 5, Li Jinzhe, China, 8.10. 6, Aleksandr Menkov, Russia, 8.02. 7, Kafetien Gomis, France, 8.02. 8, Sergey Polyanskiy, Russia, 7.97. 9, Jeff Henderson, United States, 7.95. 10, Tyrone Smith, Bermuda, 7.79.

Women’s Results

1,500 — 1, Genzebe Dibaba, Ethiopia, 4:08.09. 2, Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon, Kenya, 4:08.96. 3, Sifan Hassan, Netherlands, 4:09.34. 4, Dawit Seyaum, Ethiopia, 4:10.26. 5, Laura Muir, Britain, 4:11.48. 6, Abeba Aregawi, Sweden, 4:12.16. 7, Shannon Rowbury, United States, 4:12.39. 8, Angelika Cichocka, Poland, 4:13.22. 9, Rababe Arafi, Morocco, 4:13.66. 10, Tatyana Tomashova, Russia, 4:14.18. 11, Jennifer Simpson, United States, 4:16.28. 12, Malika Akkaoui, Morocco, 4:16.98.

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Discus — 1, Denia Caballero, Cuba, 227-3. 2, Sandra Perkovic, Croatia, 221-1. 3, Nadine Mueller, Germany, 215-0. 4, Yaime Perez, Cuba, 214-9. 5, Julia Fischer, Germany, 209-7. 6, Dani Samuels, Australia, 207-2. 7, Shanice Craft, Germany, 207-0. 8, Su Xinyue, China, 206-4. 9, Whitney Ashley, United States, 200-3. 10, Melina Robert-Michon, France, 199-10. 11, Gia Lewis-Smallwood, United States, 198-8. 12, Natalia Semenova, Ukraine, 195-4.

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