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1987 World Championships in Athletics – Women's heptathlon

Events at the
1987 World Championships
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
10 km walk women
20 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

These are the official results of the Women's Heptathlon competition at the 1987 World Championships in Rome, Italy. There were a total number of 25 participating athletes, including six non-finishers. The competition started on August 31, 1987 and ended on September 1, 1987.

Contents

  • Medalists 1
  • Schedule 2
  • Records 3
  • Results 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Medalists

Gold Jackie Joyner-Kersee
United States (USA)
Silver Larisa Nikitina
Soviet Union (URS)
Bronze Jane Frederick
United States (USA)

Schedule

  • August 31, 1987
  • 100 m hurdles
  • High Jump
  • Shot Put
  • 200 m
  • September 1, 1987
  • Long Jump
  • Javelin Throw
  • 800 m

Records

Standing records prior to the 1987 World Athletics Championships
World Record  Jackie Joyner (USA) 7161 August 2, 1986 Houston, United States
Event Record  Ramona Neubert (GDR) 6714 August 9, 1983 Helsinki, Finland
Broken records during the 1987 World Athletics Championships
Event Record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7128 September 1, 1987 Rome, Italy

Results

Rank Athlete Points 100h HJ SP 200 LJ JT 800
1st  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7128 CR 12.91 1.90 16.00 22.95 7.14 45.68 2:16.29
2nd  Larisa Nikitina (URS) 6564 13.77 1.87 15.66 24.48 6.33 55.24 2:27.01
3rd  Jane Frederick (USA) 6502 13.65 1.78 16.30 24.69 6.33 46.62 2:13.77
4  Anke Vater-Behmer (GDR) 6460 13.59 1.81 13.77 23.54 6.67 35.82 2:09.03
5  Liliana Năstase (ROU) 6325 13.09 1.75 13.11 24.09 6.59 41.84 2:17.91
6  Marion Reichelt (GDR) 6296 13.65 1.81 13.39 24.17 6.46 38.64 2:12.76
7  Marianna Maslennikova (URS) 6228 13.46 1.84 13.22 24.41 6.12 35.42 2:08.12
8  Zhu Yuqing (CHN) 6211 13.37 1.78 15.12 23.99 6.10 43.40 2:27.45
9  Kim Hagger (GBR) 6167 13.24 1.81 12.63 24.68 6.56 35.64 2:17.59
10  Jane Flemming (AUS) 6149 13.50 1.81 13.21 23.75 6.20 38.24 2:20.58
11  Nadine Debois (FRA) 6139 13.64 1.72 13.22 24.23 6.25 34.70 2:05.17
12  Cindy Greiner (USA) 6042 13.76 1.72 13.46 24.45 6.29 36.84 2:13.99
13  Tineke Hidding (NED) 6040 13.77 1.72 13.11 24.18 6.18 40.14 2:16.10
14  Svetlana Buraga (URS) 5982 13.15 1.75 13.36 24.17 5.89 33.76 2:15.58
15  Joanne Mulliner (GBR) 5842 13.84 1.75 12.86 24.80 5.80 36.72 2:13.83
16  Ragne Kytölä (FIN) 5791 14.27 1.78 11.78 25.16 5.92 38.96 2:14.03
17  Cornelia Heinrich (FRG) 5664 14.48 1.75 14.04 25.67 5.94 41.06 2:29.90
18  Sabine Braun (FRG) 5621 14.14 1.75 12.42 25.49 5.77 37.74 2:20.94
19  Connie Polman-Tuin (CAN) 5608 14.35 1.66 12.85 25.27 6.10 35.80 2:19.77
 Eva Karblom (SWE) DNF 14.40 1.66 13.61 25.10 6.25 39.06 DNS
 Ingrid Meilicke (PAR) DNF 15.19 1.51 10.35 27.28 5.14 34.70 DNS
 Zuzana Lajbnerová (TCH) DNF 14.15 1.75 14.06 25.59 DNS
 Manuela Marxer (LIE) DNF 14.76 1.66 10.69 DNS
 Chantal Beaugeant (FRA) DNF 14.62 DNS
 Alessandra Becatti (ITA) DNF DNF

See also

References

  • Results
  • IAAF Statistics Handbook Daegu 2011, Part 3 of 5, Page 263
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