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2009 World Championships in Athletics – Men's long jump

Events at the
2009 World Championships
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men women
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
20 km walk men women
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

The men's long jump at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Olympic Stadium on 20 and 22 August. The season had seen a number of athletes performing to a high level before the championships, with reigning World and Olympic champion Irving Saladino. The other athlete to jump that distance was Dwight Phillips, who is the world leader with a jump of 8.74 meters. Dwight Phillips took bronze in 2007 and is looking for his first win over Irving Saladino at an international level. Italy's Andrew Howe, the 2007 world silver medalist, withdrew from the Championships. Other expected to medal content are Olympic silver medalist Godfrey Khotso Mokoena and Olympic Bronze Medalist Ibrahim Camejo.

Medalists

Gold  Dwight Phillips
 (United States)
Silver  Godfrey Khotso Mokoena
 (South Africa)
Bronze  Mitchell Watt
 (Australia)

Records

Prior to the competition, the following records were as follows.

World record  Mike Powell (USA) 8.95 Tokyo, Japan 30 August 1991
Championship record  Mike Powell (USA) 8.95 Tokyo, Japan 30 August 1991
World leading  Dwight Phillips (USA) 8.74 Eugene, United States 7 June 2009
African record  Godfrey Khotso Mokoena (RSA) 8.50 Madrid, Spain 4 July 2009
Asian Record  Mohamed Salman Al-Khuwalidi (KSA) 8.48 Sotteville, France 2 July 2006
North American record  Mike Powell (USA) 8.95 Tokyo, Japan 30 August 1991
South American record  Irving Saladino (PAN) 8.73 Hengelo, Netherlands 24 May 2008
European record  Robert Emmiyan (URS) 8.86 Tsaghkadzor, Soviet Union 22 May 1987
Oceanian record  Jai Taurima (AUS) 8.49 Sydney, Australia 28 September 2000

No new records was set during this competition.

Qualification standards

A standard B standard
8.15m 8.05m

Schedule

Date Time Round
20 August 2009 18:10 Qualification
22 August 2009 18:05 Final

Results

Qualification

Qualification: Qualifying Performance 8.15 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advance to the final.

Rank Group Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Dwight Phillips  United States (United States) 8.44 8.44 Q
2 B Greg Rutherford  Great Britain (Great Britain) 8.30 8.30 Q, NR
3 B Godfrey Khotso Mokoena  South Africa (South Africa) x 8.29 8.29 Q
4 B Irving Saladino  Panama (Panama) 8.00 8.16 8.16 Q
5 A Mitchell Watt  Australia (Australia) 8.14 x - 8.14 q
6 B Fabrice Lapierre  Australia (Australia) 8.14 - - 8.14 q
7 B Brian Johnson  United States (United States) x 7.94 8.09 8.09 q
8 B Yahya Berrabah  Morocco (Morocco) 8.08 x x 8.08 q
9 A Chris Tomlinson  Great Britain (Great Britain) 8.06 8.02 8.00 8.06 q
10 B Salim Sdiri  France (France) 7.88 x 8.04 8.04 q
11 B Gable Garenamotse  Botswana (Botswana) 7.81 8.03 8.01 8.03 q
12 A Louis Tsatoumas  Greece (Greece) 8.01 7.98 7.86 8.01 q
13 A Li Jinzhe  China (China) 8.01 7.92 7.90 8.01
14 A Tommi Evilä  Finland (Finland) x 7.84 8.01 8.01
15 A Kim Deok-Hyeon  South Korea (South Korea) 7.62 7.89 7.99 7.99
16 B Hussein Taher Al-Sabee  Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia) 7.89 7.99 x 7.99
17 A Viktor Kuznyetsov  Ukraine (Ukraine) 7.98 7.87 7.95 7.98
18 B Ndiss Kaba Badji 7.95 7.98 7.61 7.98
19 A Sebastian Bayer 7.98 x x 7.98
20 B Nicholas Gordon x 7.72 7.92 7.92
21 A Kafétien Gomis 7.82 7.90 7.68 7.90
22 A Alain Bailey 7.63 7.70 7.88 7.88
23 A Andriy Makarchev x 7.68 7.87 7.87
24 B Olexiy Lukashevych x 7.87 6.18 7.87
25 A Luis Méliz 7.87 x x 7.87 SB
26 B Roman Novotný x 7.86 x 7.86
27 B Stanley Gbagbeke 7.82 x x 7.82
28 B Michel Tornéus 7.78 7.63 7.78 7.78
29 B Morten Jensen 7.69 7.75 7.71 7.75
30 A Stephan Louw x 7.74 7.69 7.74
31 B Tyrone Smith 7.62 7.72 7.71 7.72
32 A Aleksandr Menkov 7.72 x x 7.72
33 A Ibrahim Camejo 7.69 7.71 7.57 7.71
34 B Nils Winter x x 7.69 7.69
35 A Štepán Wagner 7.52 7.68 7.49 7.68
36 A Mohamed Salman Al-Khuwalidi x 7.37 7.66 7.66 SB
37 A Nikolay Atanasov 7.63 x x 7.63
38 B Miguel Pate x x 7.61 7.61
39 A Hugo Chila 7.29 7.54 - 7.54
39 A Konstantin Safronov x 7.54 7.29 7.54
41 A Daisuke Arakawa 7.39 7.50 7.53 7.53
42 B Yochai Halevi 7.42 7.39 x 7.42 SB
A Henry Dagmil x x x NM
B Carlos Jorge x x x NM
B Clayton Latham x x x NM

Key: NR = National record, NM = No mark, Q = qualification by place in heat, q = qualification by overall place, SB = Seasonal best

Final

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Result Notes
1st Dwight Phillips 8.40 8.54 8.37 8.25 - x 8.54
2nd Godfrey Khotso Mokoena x 8.47 8.31 8.19 x x 8.47
3rd Mitchell Watt 8.28 x x x 8.37 x 8.37
4 Fabrice Lapierre 8.21 7.77 8.19 x 8.21 8.20 8.21
5 Greg Rutherford 7.83 7.96 x 8.05 8.15 8.17 8.17
6 Salim Sdiri 7.78 x 7.99 8.07 7.92 7.83 8.07
7 Gable Garenamotse 8.06 8.04 x 7.77 7.83 7.69 8.06
8 Chris Tomlinson 8.02 7.93 7.93 7.66 8.06 8.02 8.06
9 Brian Johnson 6.30 x 7.86 7.86
10 Yahya Berrabah 5.91 x 7.83 7.83
11 Louis Tsatoumas x 7.59 x 7.59
12 Irving Saladino x x x NM

Key: NM = No mark

References

  • Long jump qualification from IAAF. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-08-26.
  • Long jump final results from IAAF. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-08-26.
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