RESULTS-Day Three Finals Results from IAAF World Championships

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica, and Carmelita Jeter, USA
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica, and Carmelita Jeter, USA

MOSCOW, Russia (Sporting Alert) — The following are the results from finals on Day Three at the 2013 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Moscow, Russia, on Monday.

Highlighting the winners on Monday was another Jamaican sprinter, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who dominated the women’s 100 metres to win in a world-leading time of 10.71 seconds.

The double Olympic 100m champion ran unchallenged to the finishing line before punching her fist in delight.

Fraser-Pryce led home Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast, who ran 10.93 for the silver and 2011 winner Carmelita Jeter of USA, who took the bronze in 10.94.

USA champion English Gardner, and Jamaican Kerron Stewart both ran 10.97.

In the field, Valerie Adams of New Zealand dominated the women’s Shot Put with a 20.88m effort, while Raphael Holzdeppe of Germany edged French favorite Renaud Lavillenie in the men’s pole vault.

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110m Hurdles: 1, David Oliver, United States, 13.00. 2, Ryan Wilson, United States, 13.13. 3, Sergey Shubenkov, Russia, 13.24, 4, Jason Richardson, United States, 13.27. 5, William Sharman, Great Britain, 13.30, 6, Aries Merritt, United States, 13.31. 7, Thomas Martinot-Lagarde, France, 13.42. 8, Andrew Riley, Jamaica, 13.51.

Pole Vault: 1, Raphael Holzdeppe, Germany, 5.89 2, Renaud Lavillenie, France, 5.89. 3. Bjorn Otto, Germany, 5.82. 4, Brad Walker, United States, 5.82. 5, Malte Mohr, Germany, 5.82. 6, Seito Yamamoto, Japan, 5.75.

Hammer Throw: 1, Pawel Fajdek, Poland, 81.97m. 2, Krisztian Pars, Hungary, 80.30. 3, Lukas Melich, Czech Republic, 79.36. 4, Primož Kozmus, Slovenia, 79.22. 5, Dilshod Nazarov, Tajikistan, 78.31. 6, Koji Murofushi, Japan, 78.03.


100m: 1, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica, 10.71. 2, Murielle Ahoure, Ivory Coast, 10.93. 3, Carmelita Jeter, United States, 10.94. Also: 4, English Gardner, United States, 10.97. 5, Kerron Stewart, Jamaica, 10.97. 6, Blessing Okagbare, Nigeria, 11.04. 7, Alexandria Anderson, United States, 11.10. 8, Octavious Freeman, United States, 11.16.

400m: 1, Christine Ohuruogu, Britain, 49.41. 2, Amantle Montsho, Botswana, 49.41. 3, Antonina Krivoshapka, Russia, 49.78. 4, Stephanie McPherson, Jamaica, 49.99. 5, Natasha Hastings, United States, 50.30. 6, Francena McCorory, United States, 50.68. 7, Kseniya Ryzhova, Russia, 50.98. 8, Novlene Williams-Mills, Jamaica, 51.49.

Shot Put: 1, Valerie Adams, New Zealand, 20.88m. 2. Christina Schwanitz, Germany, 20.41. 3, Gong Lijiao, China, 19.95. Also: 4, Michelle Carter, United States, 19.94. 5, Yevgeniya Kolodko, Russia, 19.81. 6, Ling Li, China, 18.39. 7, Irina Tarasova, Russia, 18.37. 8, Tia Brooks, United States, 18.09.

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