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IAAF World Championships Day 7 Results From Finals

Dafne Schippers
Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands. Photo by Getty Images

BEIJING, China – Results from the finals that took place on Day 7 at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China, on Friday.

There were four finals contests on the day – three on the women’s side and one in the men’s category.

Dutch sprinter Dafne Schippers won the women’s 200m titles with stunning run of 21.63 seconds to beat Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson, who ran a personal best as well, at 21.66 and Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica (21.97).

Jamaica’s Danielle Williams won the women’s 100m hurdles, while American Tianna Bartoletta produced a massive world leading 7.14m to take the women’s long jump gold medal.

On the men’s side, Russia’s Sergey Shubenkov finished first in the men’s 100m hurdles in 12.98, a new national record.

Women’s Results

200m – 1 Dafne SCHIPPERS NED 21.63 CR, 2 Elaine THOMPSON JAM 21.66 PB, 3 Veronica CAMPBELL-BROWN JAM 21.97 SB, 4 Candyce MCGRONE USA 22.01 PB, 5 Dina ASHER-SMITH GBR 22.07 NR, 6 Jeneba TARMOH USA 22.31, 7 Ivet LALOVA-COLLIO BUL 22.41, 8 Sherone SIMPSON JAM 22.50 SB

100m hurdles – 1 Danielle WILLIAMS JAM 12.57 PB, 2 Cindy ROLEDER GER 12.59 PB; 3 Alina TALAY BLR 12.66 NR, 4 Brianna ROLLINS USA 12.67, 5 Tiffany PORTER GBR 12.68, 6 Noemi ZBÄREN SUI 12.95, 7 Shermaine WILLIAMS JAM 12.95, 8 Sharika NELVIS USA 13.06

Long Jump – 1 Tianna BARTOLETTA USA 7.14 WL, 2 Shara PROCTOR GBR 7.07 NR, 3 Ivana ŠPANOVIC SRB 7.01 NR, 4 Christabel NETTEY CAN 6.95, 5 Lorraine UGEN GBR 6.85, 6 Malaika MIHAMBO GER 6.79, 7 Khaddi SAGNIA SWE 6.78 PB, 8 Janay DELOACH SOUKUP USA 6.67, 9 Nastassia MIRONCHYK – IVANOVA BLR 6.66, 10 Darya KLISHINA RUS 6.65, 11 Katarina JOHNSON-THOMPSON GBR 6.63, 12 Erica JARDER SWE 6.48

Men’s Results

110m hurdles – 1 Sergey SHUBENKOV RUS 12.98 NR, 2 Hansle PARCHMENT JAM 13.03 SB, 3 Aries MERRITT USA 13.04 SB, 4 Pascal MARTINOT-LAGARDE FRA 13.17, 5 Dimitri BASCOU FRA 13.17, 6 Omar MCLEOD JAM 13.18, 7 David OLIVER USA 13.33, 8 Garfield DARIEN FRA 13.34

Written By

Racquel Smith joined World-Track and Field Website in 2008 as a contributor for the Beijing Olympic Games and she has grown with us ever since. Despite being a mother of two, Racquel has been one of our main go-to writers from Caribbean meetings.

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