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Germany at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics

Germany at the
World Championships in Athletics


Flag of Germany
IAAF code GER
National federation Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband
external link
At the 2009 World Championships in Athletics
in Berlin
Competitors 91
Medals Gold
2
Silver
3
Bronze
4
Total
9
2007
2011

Germany will compete at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics from 15–23 August as the host nation. A team of 92 athletes was announced in preparation for the competition, but current women's Marathon world leader Irina Mikitenko and hurdler Thomas Goller withdrew from the Championships. Mikitenko was replaced by the current European Champion Ulrike Maisch. Selected athletes have achieved one of the competition's qualifying standards. Six out of the seven medallists for Germany from the last Championships are competing, including the gold medallists Betty Heidler and Franka Dietzsch. Women's high jump world leader Ariane Friedrich and European record holders Christina Obergföll and Sebastian Bayer are among Germany's other aspiring medallists.[1]

Contents

  • Team selection 1
  • Results 2
    • Men 2.1
    • Women 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Team selection

Results

Men

Track and road events
Event Athletes Heat Round 1 Heat Round 2 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
100 m Martin Keller 10.35 23 q 10.40 35 Did not advance
Stefan Schwab 10.50 50 Did not advance
Tobias Unger 10.42 44 Did not advance
200 m Robert Hering 20.64 3 Q 20.58 10 Q 20.52 11 Did not advance
Alexander Kosenkow 20.99 34 Did not advance
Aleixo Platini Menga 20.84 21 Q 20.68 17 Did not advance
800 m Robin Schembera 1:54.47 46 Did not advance
1500 m Stefan Eberhardt 3:40.10 25 Did not advance
Carsten Schlangen 3:44.00 35 Did not advance
5000 m Arne Gabius 13:49.13 28 Did not advance
110 m hurdles Matthias Bühler 13.75 33 Did not advance
Alexander John 13.41 3 Q 13.64 22 Did not advance
Helge Schwarzer 13.66 23 Q 13.72 23 Did not advance
3000 m steeplechase Steffen Uliczka 8:37.99 23 Did not advance
4×100 m relay Marius Broening
Martin Keller
Alexander Kosenkow
Daniel Schnelting
Stefan Schwab
Tobias Unger
DNF Did not advance
4×400 m relay Martin Grothkopp
Kamghe Gaba
Ruwen Faller
Eric Krüger
Jonas Plass
Thomas Schneider
3:03.52 11 Did not advance
Marathon Martin Beckmann 2:18:08 35
Falk Cierpinski 2:22:36 51
André Pollmächer 2:15:36 18
Tobias Sauter 2:35:43 66
20 km walk André Höhne 1:21:59 14
50 km walk André Höhne 3:43.19 PB 5
Field events
Event Athletes Qualification Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Long jump Sebastian Bayer 7.98 19 Did not advance
Nils Winter 7.69 34 Did not advance
Triple jump Charles Friedek NM Did not advance
High jump Raul Spank 2.30 4 Q 2.32
Pole vault Malte Mohr 5.65 7 q 5.50 14
Björn Otto 5.55 19 Did not advance
Alexander Straub 5.65 1 q 5.65 7
Shot put Ralf Bartels 20.41 Q 6 21.37
Peter Sack 20.20 q 9 NM
David Storl 19.19 28 Did not advance
Discus throw Robert Harting 66.81 1 Q 69.43
Markus Münch 60.55 20 Did not advance
Hammer throw Markus Esser 76.81 8 q 76.27 6
Sergey Lytvynov 77.58 4 Q 76.58 5
Javelin throw Mark Frank 80.85 5 q 81.32 8
Tino Häber 74.11 34 Did not advance
Decathlon Pascal Behrenbruch 8439 6
Moritz Cleve 7777 27
Norman Müller 8096 16

Women

Track and road events
Event Athletes Heat Round 1 Heat Round 2 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
100 m Verena Sailer 11.29 4 Q 11.26 12 q 11.24 11 Did not advance
Marion Wagner 11.49 23 Q 11.64 31 Did not advance
400 m Sorina Nwachukwu 51.74 16 Q 51.98 18 Did not advance
800 m Jana Hartmann 2:04.99 29 Did not advance
100 m hurdles Carolin Nytra 13.03 17 Q 12.94 13 Did not advance
400 m hurdles Jonna Tilgner 56.73 24 q 57.11 21 Did not advance
3000 m steeplechase Antje Möldner 9:21.73 NR 2 Q 9:18.54 NR 9
4×100 m relay Anne Möllinger
Verena Sailer
Lisa Schorr
Cathleen Tschirch
Marion Wagner
Katja Wakan
42.96 3 Q 42.87
4×400 m relay Esther Cremer
Florence Ekpo-Umoh
Claudia Hoffmann
Fabienne Kohlmann
Sorina Nwachukwu
Jonna Tilgner
3:25.08 3 Q 3:27.61 5
Marathon Susanne Hahn 2:38:39 34
Ulrike Maisch DNF
Sabrina Mockenhaupt 2:30:07 17
Luminita Zaituc DNF
20 kilometres walk Sabine Krantz DNF
Field and combined events
Event Athletes Qualification Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Long jump Melanie Bauschke 6.32 23 Did not advance
Bianca Kappler 6.29 25 Did not advance
Beatrice Marscheck 6.19 31 Did not advance
Triple jump Katja Demut 11.38 34 Did not advance
High jump Ariane Friedrich 1.95 1 Q 2.02
Meike Kröger 1.92 10 q 1.87 11
Pole vault Anna Battke 4.55 7 q 4.40 7
Kristina Gadschiew 4.50 12 q 4.40 10
Silke Spiegelburg 4.55 1 q 4.65 4
Shot put Denise Hinrichs 18.69 6 Q 18.39 11
Nadine Kleinert 19.36 2 Q 20.20 PB
Christina Schwanitz 18.25 9 q 17.84 12
Discus throw Franka Dietzsch 58.44 23 Did not advance
Nadine Müller 61.63 9 Q 62.04 6
Hammer throw Andrea Bunjes 67.01 24 Did not advance
Betty Heidler 75.27 CR 1 Q 77.12 NR
Kathrin Klaas 70.53 11 q 74.23 PB 4
Javelin throw Steffi Nerius 61.73 6 q 67.30
Christina Obergföll 60.74 7 q 64.34 5
Linda Stahl 63.86 2 Q 63.23 6
Heptathlon Julia Mächtig 6265 8
Jennifer Oeser 6493
Lilli Schwarzkopf DNF

References

  1. ^ Wenig, Jorg (2009-07-08). Germany announces team for Berlin - Mikitenko, Friedrich and Obergföll carry biggest hopes. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-08-13.

External links

  • Official competition website
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