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Athletics at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Men's javelin throw

Men's javelin throw
at the Games of the XX Olympiad
Venue Olympic Stadium
Dates September 2 (qualifications)
September 3 (final)
Competitors 23 from 15 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    West Germany
Silver medal    Soviet Union
Bronze medal    United States
Athletics at the
1972 Summer Olympics
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
10,000 m men
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men
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
Pentathlon women
Decathlon men

The Men's Javelin Throw event at the 1972 Summer Olympics took place on September 2–3 at the Olympic Stadium, Munich.[1]

The qualifying standard was 80 m (262 ft 5 12 in).

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows:[2]

World record Jānis Lūsis 93.80 m Stockholm, Sweden July 6, 1972
Olympic record  Jānis Lūsis (URS) 90.10 m Mexico City, Mexico October 16, 1968

Results

Qualifying Round

Rank Series Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Notes
1 A Klaus Wolfermann West Germany 86.22 86.22 Q
2 B Jānis Lūsis Soviet Union 82.92 82.92 Q
3 A Hannu Siitonen Finland 81.80 81.80 Q
4 B Miklós Németh Hungary 70.90 81.78 81.78 Q
5 A Frederick Luke United States 81.34 81.34 Q
6 B Manfred Stolle East Germany 80.78 80.78 Q
7 A Jorma Kinnunen Finland 80.10 80.10 Q
8 B Milton Sonsky United States 79.96 78.78 74.24 79.96 q
9 B József Csík Hungary 79.08 x x 79.08 q
10 A William Schmidt United States 75.28 75.90 78.96 78.96 q
11 A Lolesio Tuita France 75.36 78.78 77.34 78.78 q
12 A Bjørn Grimnes Norway x 77.54 x 77.54 q
13 B Richard Dowswell Canada 66.54 72.52 77.42 77.42
14 A Gergely Kulcsar Hungary x x 77.24 77.24
15 B Urs von Wartburg Switzerland 76.36 x 76.20 76.36
16 A André Claude Canada 75.56 x x 75.56
17 B David Travis Great Britain 74.68 70.10 74.30 74.68
18 B Günther Glassauer West Germany x x 73.12 73.12
19 B Jacques Abehi Ivory Coast 72.20 x x 72.20
20 A Renzo Cramerotti Italy 71.12 x x 71.12
21 B Donald Velez Nicaragua x 63.74 x 64.74
22 A Seif Abdelat Alkahtani Saudi Arabia x x 53.06 53.06
B Léo Pusa Finland x x x NM
A Edmund Jaworski Poland DNS

Finals

The eight highest-ranked competitors after three rounds qualified for the final three throws to decide the medals.

Rank Athlete Nationality 1 2 3 4 5 6 Result
1st Klaus Wolfermann West Germany 86.68 85.14 x 88.40 90.48 84.70 90.48 OR
2nd Jānis Lūsis Soviet Union 88.88 x 89.54 x 81.66 90.46 90.46
3rd William Schmidt United States 75.96 84.42 x 79.92 84.12 x 84.42
4 Hannu Siitonen Finland 84.32 x x x x x 84.32
5 Bjørn Grimnes Norway 71.86 82.38 83.08 x x x 83.08
6 Jorma Kinnunen Finland x 82.08 75.76 x x 77.60 82.08
7 Miklós Németh Hungary 80.80 81.98 78.58 81.88 x 81.40 81.98
8 Frederick Luke United States 66.64 x 80.06 79.70 71.46 x 80.06
9 Manfred Stolle East Germany x x 79.32 79.32
10 Milton Sonsky United States 77.62 77.94 72.38 77.94
11 Lolesio Tuita France 76.34 x 69.38 76.34
12 József Csík Hungary 75.52 76.14 x 76.14

References

  1. ^ Official report of the Games of the XXth Olympiad - part 3
  2. ^ The Athletics Site: world record progression - javelin throw men
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