200 metres

Athletics
200 metres
Athletes leaving starting blocks for a 200 metres heat at the 2012 Olympic Games
Men's records
World Usain Bolt 19.19 (2009)
Olympic Usain Bolt 19.30 (2008)
Women's records
World Florence Griffith-Joyner 21.34 (1988)
Olympic Florence Griffith-Joyner 21.34 (1988)

The 200 metres (also spelled 200 meters) is a sprint running event. On an outdoor race 400 m track, the race begins on the curve and ends on the home straight, so a combination of techniques are needed to successfully run the race. A slightly shorter race, called the stadion and run on a straight track, was the first recorded event at the ancient Olympic Games. The 200 m places more emphasis on speed endurance than shorter sprint distances as athletes rely on different energy systems during the longer sprint.

In the United States and elsewhere, athletes previously ran the 220-yard dash (201.168 m) instead of the 200 m (218.723 yards), though the distance is now obsolete. The standard adjustment used for the conversion from times recorded over 220 yards to 200 m times is to subtract 0.1 seconds,[1] but other conversion methods exist. Another obsolete version of this race is the 200 metres straight, which was run on tracks that contained such a straight. Initially, when the International Amateur Athletic Association (now known as the International Association of Athletics Federations) started to ratify world records in 1912, only records set on a straight track were eligible for consideration. In 1951, the IAAF started to recognise records set on a curved track. In 1976, the straight record was discarded.

The race attracts runners from other events, primarily the 100 metres, wishing to double up and claim both titles. This feat has been achieved by men eleven times at the Olympic Games: by Archie Hahn in 1904, Ralph Craig in 1912, Percy Williams in 1928, Eddie Tolan in 1932, Jesse Owens in 1936, Bobby Morrow in 1956, Valeriy Borzov in 1972, Carl Lewis in 1984, and most recently by Jamaica's Usain Bolt in 2008, 2012, and 2016. The double has been accomplished by women seven times: by Fanny Blankers-Koen in 1948, Marjorie Jackson in 1952, Betty Cuthbert in 1956, Wilma Rudolph in 1960, Renate Stecher in 1972, Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988, and Elaine Thompson in 2016. Marion Jones finished first in both races in 2000 but was later disqualified and stripped of her medals after admitting to taking performance-enhancing drugs. An Olympic double of 200 m and 400 m was first achieved by Valerie Brisco-Hooks in 1984, and later by Michael Johnson from the United States and Marie-José Pérec of France both in 1996. Usain Bolt is the only man to repeat as Olympic champion, Bärbel Wöckel (née Eckert) and Veronica Campbell-Brown are the two women who have repeated as Olympic champion.

The men's world record holder is Usain Bolt of Jamaica, who ran 19.19s at the 2009 World Championships. The women's world record holder is Florence Griffith-Joyner of the United States, who ran 21.34s at the 1988 Summer Olympics. The reigning Olympic champions are Usain Bolt and Elaine Thompson (Jamaica). The reigning World Champions are Ramil Guliyev (Turkey) and Dafne Schippers (the Netherlands).

Races run with an aiding wind measured over 2.0 metres per second are not acceptable for record purposes.

Continental records

Area Men Women
Time (s) Wind Athlete Nation Time (s) Wind Athlete Nation
Africa (records)19.68+0.4Frank Fredericks Namibia22.04+0.5Blessing Okagbare Nigeria
Asia (records)19.97-0.4Femi Ogunode Qatar22.010.0Li Xuemei China
Europe (records)19.72[A]+1.8Pietro Mennea Italy21.630.2Dafne Schippers Netherlands
North, Central America
and Caribbean
(records)
19.19 WR-0.3Usain Bolt Jamaica21.34 WR1.3Florence Griffith-Joyner United States
Oceania (records)20.06[A]+0.9Peter Norman Australia22.230.8Melinda Gainsford-Taylor Australia
South America (records)19.81-0.3Alonso Edward Panama22.481.0Ana Cláudia Lemos Brazil

All-time top 25

  • Only the fastest time for each athlete is listed.
  • A = Altitude

Men (outdoor)

  • Correct as of August 2018.[2]
Rank Time Wind Athlete Nation Date Place Ref
1 19.19−0.3Usain Bolt Jamaica20 August 2009Berlin
2 19.26+0.7Yohan Blake Jamaica16 September 2011Brussels
3 19.32+0.4Michael Johnson United States1 August 1996Atlanta
4 19.53+0.7Walter Dix United States16 September 2011Brussels
5 19.57 +0.4 Justin Gatlin  United States 28 June 2015 Eugene [3]
6 19.58+1.3Tyson Gay United States30 May 2009New York City
7 19.63+0.4Xavier Carter United States11 July 2006Lausanne
8 19.650.0Wallace Spearmon United States28 September 2006Daegu
+0.9 Noah Lyles  United States 20 July 2018 Monaco [4]
10 19.68+0.4Frankie Fredericks Namibia1 August 1996Atlanta
11 19.69 A –0.5 Clarence Munyai  South Africa 16 March 2018 Pretoria [5]
12 19.72 A+1.8Pietro Mennea Italy12 September 1979Mexico City
13 19.73−0.2Michael Marsh United States5 August 1992Barcelona
14 19.74 +1.4 Lashawn Merritt  United States 8 July 2016 Eugene [6]
15 19.75+1.5Carl Lewis United States19 June 1983Indianapolis
+1.7Joe DeLoach United States28 September 1988Seoul
+0.3 Steven Gardiner  Bahamas 7 April 2018 Coral Gables [7]
18 19.76 +0.7 Ramil Guliyev  Turkey 9 August 2018 Berlin [8]
19 19.77+0.7Ato Boldon Trinidad and Tobago13 July 1997Stuttgart
0.0 Isaac Makwala  Botswana 14 July 2017 Madrid [9]
21 19.79+1.2Shawn Crawford United States26 August 2004Athens
+0.9Warren Weir Jamaica23 June 2013Kingston
23 19.80+0.8Christophe Lemaitre France3 September 2011Daegu
+2.0 Rasheed Dwyer  Jamaica 23 July 2015 Toronto [10]
-0.3 Andre de Grasse  Canada 17 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro [11]


Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 19.60:

  • Usain Bolt also ran 19.30 (2008), 19.32 (2012), 19.40 (2011), 19.55 (2015), 19.56 (2010), 19.57 (2009), 19.58 (2012), 19.59 (2009).
  • Yohan Blake also ran 19.44 (2012), 19.54 (2012).

Women (outdoor)

  • Correct as of August 2018.[12]
Rank Result Wind Athlete Nation Date Location Ref
1 21.34+1.3Florence Griffith-Joyner United States29 September 1988Seoul
2 21.62 A−0.6Marion Jones United States11 September 1998Johannesburg
3 21.63+0.2Dafne Schippers Netherlands28 August 2015Beijing[13]
4 21.64+0.8Merlene Ottey Jamaica13 September 1991Brussels
5 21.66+0.2Elaine Thompson Jamaica28 August 2015Beijing[14]
6 21.69+1.0Allyson Felix United States30 June 2012Eugene[15]
7 21.71 +0.7 Marita Koch  East Germany 10 June 1979 Karl-Marx-Stadt
+0.3 21 July 1984 Potsdam
+1.2 Heike Drechsler  East Germany 29 June 1986 Jena
−0.8 29 August 1986 Stuttgart
9 21.72 +1.3Grace Jackson Jamaica29 September 1988Seoul
−0.1Gwen Torrence United States15 August 1992Barcelona
11 21.74 +0.4Marlies Göhr East Germany3 June 1984Erfurt
+1.2Silke Gladisch East Germany3 September 1987Rome
+0.6Veronica Campbell-Brown Jamaica21 August 2008Beijing
14 21.75−0.1Juliet Cuthbert Jamaica5 August 1992Barcelona
15 21.77 +0.6 Inger Miller  United States 27 August 1999 Seville
+1.5 Tori Bowie  United States 27 May 2017 Eugene [16]
17 21.81−0.1Valerie Brisco-Hooks United States9 August 1984Los Angeles
18 21.83−0.2Evelyn Ashford United States24 August 1979Montreal
19 21.85+0.3Bärbel Wöckel East Germany21 July 1984Potsdam
20 21.870.0Irina Privalova Russia25 July 1995Monaco
21 21.88 +0.1 Shaunae Miller-Uibo  Bahamas 24 August 2017 Zürich [17]
22 21.89 +0.2 Dina Asher-Smith  Great Britain 11 August 2018 Berlin [18]
23 21.93+1.3Pam Marshall United States23 July 1988Indianapolis
24 21.95+0.3Katrin Krabbe East Germany30 August 1990Split
25 21.97+1.9Jarmila Kratochvilova Czechoslovakia6 June 1981Bratislava

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 21.80:

Men (indoor)

  • Correct as of March 2018.[19]
Rank Result Athlete Nation Date Location Ref
1 19.92Frankie Fredericks Namibia18 February 1996Lievin[20]
2 20.02 Elijah Hall  United States 10 March 2018 College Station [21]
3 20.10Wallace Spearmon United States11 March 2005Fayetteville
4 20.11 Christian Coleman  United States 11 March 2017 College Station [22]
5 20.18 Divine Oduduru  Nigeria 3 February 2018 Lubbock [23]
6 20.19Trayvon Bromell United States14 March 2015Fayetteville[24]
7 20.25Linford Christie United Kingdom19 February 1995Lievin
8 20.26 Obadele Thompson Barbados6 March 1999Maebashi
Shawn Crawford United States10 March 2000Fayetteville
John Capel United States10 March 2000Fayetteville
Andre De Grasse Canada14 March 2015Fayetteville[25]
12 20.27Walter Dix United States10 March 2006Fayetteville
13 20.30Xavier Carter United States10 March 2006Fayetteville
14 20.31 Coby Miller  United States 3 March 2001 Atlanta
Jereem Richards  Trinidad and Tobago 11 March 2017 College Station [26]
16 20.32 Rohsaan Griffin  United States 27 February 1999 Atlanta
Kevin Little  United States 5 March 1999 Maebashi
20.32 A Deondre Batson  United States 14 March 2014 Albuquerque
19 20.34 A Dedric Dukes  United States 14 March 2014 Albuquerque
20.34 Rai Benjamin  Antigua and Barbuda 10 March 2018 College Station [27]
21 20.35 Ato Boldon  Trinidad and Tobago 23 February 1997 Birmingham
22 20.36 Bruno Marie-Rose  France 22 February 1987 Liévin
Rubin Williams  United States 14 March 2008 Fayetteville
Just'n Thymes  United States 11 March 2017 College Station [28]
25 20.37 Ameer Webb  United States 8 March 2013 Fayetteville

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 20.22:

Women (indoor)

  • Correct as of March 2018.[29]
Rank Result Athlete Nation Date Location Ref
1 21.87Merlene Ottey Jamaica13 February 1993Lievin
2 22.10Irina Privalova Russia19 February 1995Toronto
3 22.27Heike Drechsler East Germany7 March 1987Indianapolis
4 22.33Gwen Torrence United States3 February 1996Atlanta
5 22.38 Veronica Campbell-Brown  Jamaica 18 February 2005 Birmingham
Gabrielle Thomas  United States 10 March 2018 College Station [30]
7 22.39Marita Koch East Germany5 March 1983Budapest
Ionela Tirlea Romania6 March 1999Maebashi
9 22.40Bianca Knight United States14 March 2008Fayetteville
10 22.41 Galina Malchugina  Russia 13 March 1994 Paris
Ashley Henderson  United States 10 March 2018 College Station [31]
12 22.42 Ariana Washington  United States 11 March 2017 College Station [32]
13 22.43Svetlana Goncharenko Russia22 February 1998Lievin
14 22.45 Felicia Brown  United States 27 February 2016 Fayetteville
15 22.49 Muriel Hurtis  France 14 March 2003 Birmingham
Muna Lee  United States 14 March 2003 Fayetteville
Sanya Richards-Ross  United States 12 March 2004 Fayetteville
18 22.50 Melanie Paschke  Germany 1 March 1998 Valencia
Kamaria Brown  United States 1 March 2014 College Station
20 22.52 Nanceen Perry  United States 13 February 2000 Liévin
Jenna Prandini  United States 13 March 2015 Fayetteville
22 22.53 Hannah Cunliffe  United States 11 March 2017 College Station [33]
23 22.54 Kimberlyn Duncan  United States 24 February 2013 Fayetteville
Deanna Hill  United States 11 March 2017 College Station [34]
25 22.55 Lynna Irby  United States 10 March 2018 College Station [35]

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 22.45:

Olympic medalists

Men

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
Walter Tewksbury
 United States
Norman Pritchard
 India
Stan Rowley
 Australia
1904 St. Louis
Archie Hahn
 United States
Nate Cartmell
 United States
William Hogenson
 United States
1908 London
Robert Kerr
 Canada
Robert Cloughen
 United States
Nate Cartmell
 United States
1912 Stockholm
Ralph Craig
 United States
Donald Lippincott
 United States
Willie Applegarth
 Great Britain
1920 Antwerp
Allen Woodring
 United States
Charlie Paddock
 United States
Harry Edward
 Great Britain
1924 Paris
Jackson Scholz
 United States
Charlie Paddock
 United States
Eric Liddell
 Great Britain
1928 Amsterdam
Percy Williams
 Canada
Walter Rangeley
 Great Britain
Helmut Körnig
 Germany
1932 Los Angeles
Eddie Tolan
 United States
George Simpson
 United States
Ralph Metcalfe
 United States
1936 Berlin
Jesse Owens
 United States
Mack Robinson
 United States
Tinus Osendarp
 Netherlands
1948 London
Mel Patton
 United States
Barney Ewell
 United States
Lloyd LaBeach
 Panama
1952 Helsinki
Andy Stanfield
 United States
Thane Baker
 United States
James Gathers
 United States
1956 Melbourne
Bobby Morrow
 United States
Andy Stanfield
 United States
Thane Baker
 United States
1960 Rome
Livio Berruti
 Italy
Lester Carney
 United States
Abdoulaye Seye
 France
1964 Tokyo
Henry Carr
 United States
Paul Drayton
 United States
Edwin Roberts
 Trinidad and Tobago
1968 Mexico City
Tommie Smith
 United States
Peter Norman
 Australia
John Carlos
 United States
1972 Munich
Valeriy Borzov
 Soviet Union
Larry Black
 United States
Pietro Mennea
 Italy
1976 Montreal
Don Quarrie
 Jamaica
Millard Hampton
 United States
Dwayne Evans
 United States
1980 Moscow
Pietro Mennea
 Italy
Allan Wells
 Great Britain
Don Quarrie
 Jamaica
1984 Los Angeles
Carl Lewis
 United States
Kirk Baptiste
 United States
Thomas Jefferson
 United States
1988 Seoul
Joe DeLoach
 United States
Carl Lewis
 United States
Robson da Silva
 Brazil
1992 Barcelona
Michael Marsh
 United States
Frankie Fredericks
 Namibia
Michael Bates
 United States
1996 Atlanta
Michael Johnson
 United States
Frankie Fredericks
 Namibia
Ato Boldon
 Trinidad and Tobago
2000 Sydney
Konstantinos Kenteris
 Greece
Darren Campbell
 Great Britain
Ato Boldon
 Trinidad and Tobago
2004 Athens
Shawn Crawford
 United States
Bernard Williams
 United States
Justin Gatlin
 United States
2008 Beijing
Usain Bolt
 Jamaica
Shawn Crawford
 United States
Walter Dix
 United States
2012 London
Usain Bolt
 Jamaica
Yohan Blake
 Jamaica
Warren Weir
 Jamaica
2016 Rio
Usain Bolt
 Jamaica
Andre De Grasse
 Canada
Christophe Lemaitre
 France

Women

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1948 London
Fanny Blankers-Koen
 Netherlands
Audrey Williamson
 Great Britain
Audrey Patterson
 United States
1952 Helsinki
Marjorie Jackson
 Australia
Bertha Brouwer
 Netherlands
Nadezhda Khnykina-Dvalishvili
 Soviet Union
1956 Melbourne
Betty Cuthbert
 Australia
Christa Stubnick
 United Team of Germany
Marlene Mathews
 Australia
1960 Rome
Wilma Rudolph
 United States
Jutta Heine
 United Team of Germany
Dorothy Hyman
 Great Britain
1964 Tokyo
Edith McGuire
 United States
Irena Kirszenstein
 Poland
Marilyn Black
 Australia
1968 Mexico City
Irena Szewińska
 Poland
Raelene Boyle
 Australia
Jenny Lamy
 Australia
1972 Munich
Renate Stecher
 East Germany
Raelene Boyle
 Australia
Irena Szewińska
 Poland
1976 Montreal
Bärbel Eckert
 East Germany
Annegret Richter
 West Germany
Renate Stecher
 East Germany
1980 Moscow
Bärbel Wöckel
 East Germany
Natalya Bochina
 Soviet Union
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
1984 Los Angeles
Valerie Brisco-Hooks
 United States
Florence Griffith
 United States
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
1988 Seoul
Florence Griffith-Joyner
 United States
Grace Jackson
 Jamaica
Heike Drechsler
 East Germany
1992 Barcelona
Gwen Torrence
 United States
Juliet Cuthbert
 Jamaica
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
1996 Atlanta
Marie-José Pérec
 France
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
Mary Onyali
 Nigeria
2000 Sydney
Pauline Davis-Thompson
 Bahamas
Susanthika Jayasinghe
 Sri Lanka
Beverly McDonald
 Jamaica
2004 Athens
Veronica Campbell
 Jamaica
Allyson Felix
 United States
Debbie Ferguson
 Bahamas
2008 Beijing
Veronica Campbell-Brown
 Jamaica
Allyson Felix
 United States
Kerron Stewart
 Jamaica
2012 London
Allyson Felix
 United States
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
 Jamaica
Carmelita Jeter
 United States
2016 Rio de Janeiro
Elaine Thompson
 Jamaica
Dafne Schippers
 Netherlands
Tori Bowie
 United States

World Championships medalists

Men

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1983 Helsinki
 Calvin Smith (USA)  Elliott Quow (USA)  Pietro Mennea (ITA)
1987 Rome
 Calvin Smith (USA)  Gilles Quénéhervé (FRA)  John Regis (GBR)
1991 Tokyo
 Michael Johnson (USA)  Frankie Fredericks (NAM)  Atlee Mahorn (CAN)
1993 Stuttgart
 Frankie Fredericks (NAM)  John Regis (GBR)  Carl Lewis (USA)
1995 Gothenburg
 Michael Johnson (USA)  Frankie Fredericks (NAM)  Jeff Williams (USA)
1997 Athens
 Ato Boldon (TRI)  Frankie Fredericks (NAM)  Claudinei da Silva (BRA)
1999 Seville
 Maurice Greene (USA)  Claudinei da Silva (BRA)  Francis Obikwelu (NGR)
2001 Edmonton
 Konstantinos Kenteris (GRE)  Christopher Williams (JAM)  Shawn Crawford (USA)
2003 Saint-Denis
 John Capel (USA)  Darvis Patton (USA)  Shingo Suetsugu (JPN)
2005 Helsinki
 Justin Gatlin (USA)  Wallace Spearmon (USA)  John Capel (USA)
2007 Osaka
 Tyson Gay (USA)  Usain Bolt (JAM)  Wallace Spearmon (USA)
2009 Berlin
 Usain Bolt (JAM)  Alonso Edward (PAN)  Wallace Spearmon (USA)
2011 Daegu
 Usain Bolt (JAM)  Walter Dix (USA)  Christophe Lemaitre (FRA)
2013 Moscow
 Usain Bolt (JAM)  Warren Weir (JAM)  Curtis Mitchell (USA)
2015 Beijing
 Usain Bolt (JAM)  Justin Gatlin (USA)  Anaso Jobodwana (RSA)
2017 London
 Ramil Guliyev (TUR)  Wayde van Niekerk (RSA)  Jereem Richards (TTO)

Women

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1983 Helsinki
 Marita Koch (GDR)  Merlene Ottey (JAM)  Kathy Smallwood-Cook (GBR)
1987 Rome
 Silke Gladisch (GDR)  Florence Griffith-Joyner (USA)  Merlene Ottey (JAM)
1991 Tokyo
 Katrin Krabbe (GER)  Gwen Torrence (USA)  Merlene Ottey (JAM)
1993 Stuttgart
 Merlene Ottey (JAM)  Gwen Torrence (USA)  Irina Privalova (RUS)
1995 Gothenburg
 Merlene Ottey (JAM)  Irina Privalova (RUS)  Galina Malchugina (RUS)
1997 Athens
 Zhanna Pintusevich-Block (UKR)  Susanthika Jayasinghe (SRI)  Merlene Ottey (JAM)
1999 Seville
 Inger Miller (USA)  Beverly McDonald (JAM)  Merlene Frazer (JAM)
 Andrea Philipp (GER)
2001 Edmonton
 Debbie Ferguson (BAH)  LaTasha Jenkins (USA)  Cydonie Mothersille (CAY)
2003 Saint-Denis
 Anastasiya Kapachinskaya (RUS)  Torri Edwards (USA)  Muriel Hurtis (FRA)
2005 Helsinki
 Allyson Felix (USA)  Rachelle Boone-Smith (USA)  Christine Arron (FRA)
2007 Osaka
 Allyson Felix (USA)  Veronica Campbell (JAM)  Susanthika Jayasinghe (SRI)
2009 Berlin
 Allyson Felix (USA)  Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM)  Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie (BAH)
2011 Daegu
 Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM)  Carmelita Jeter (USA)  Allyson Felix (USA)
2013 Moscow
 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM)  Murielle Ahouré (CIV)  Blessing Okagbare (NGR)
2015 Beijing
 Dafne Schippers (NED)  Elaine Thompson (JAM)  Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM)
2017 London
 Dafne Schippers (NED)  Marie-Josée Ta Lou (CIV)  Shaunae Miller-Uibo (BAH)

World Indoor Championships medalists

Men

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 Paris[A]  Aleksandr Yevgenyev (URS)  Ade Mafe (GBR)  João Batista da Silva (BRA)
1987 Indianapolis
 Kirk Baptiste (USA)  Bruno Marie-Rose (FRA)  Robson da Silva (BRA)
1989 Budapest
 John Regis (GBR)  Ade Mafe (GBR)  Kevin Little (USA)
1991 Seville
 Nikolay Antonov (BUL)  Linford Christie (GBR)  Ade Mafe (GBR)
1993 Toronto
 James Trapp (USA)  Damien Marsh (AUS)  Kevin Little (USA)
1995 Barcelona
 Geir Moen (NOR)  Troy Douglas (BER)  Sebastián Keitel (CHI)
1997 Paris
 Kevin Little (USA)  Iván García (CUB)  Francis Obikwelu (NGR)
1999 Maebashi
 Frankie Fredericks (NAM)  Obadele Thompson (BAR)  Kevin Little (USA)
2001 Lisbon
 Shawn Crawford (USA)  Christian Malcolm (GBR)  Patrick van Balkom (NED)
2003 Birmingham
 Marlon Devonish (GBR)  Joseph Batangdon (CMR)  Dominic Demeritte (BAH)
2004 Budapest
 Dominic Demeritte (BAH)  Johan Wissman (SWE)  Tobias Unger (GER)

Women

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 Paris[A]  Marita Koch (GDR)  Marie-Christine Cazier (FRA)  Kim Robertson (NZL)
1987 Indianapolis
 Heike Drechsler (GDR)  Merlene Ottey-Page (JAM)  Grace Jackson (JAM)
1989 Budapest
 Merlene Ottey (JAM)  Grace Jackson (JAM)  Natalya Kovtun (URS)
1991 Seville
 Merlene Ottey (JAM)  Irina Sergeyeva (URS)  Grit Breuer (GER)
1993 Toronto
 Irina Privalova (RUS)  Melinda Gainsford (AUS)  Natalya Voronova (RUS)
1995 Barcelona
 Melinda Gainsford (AUS)  Pauline Davis (BAH)  Natalya Voronova (RUS)
1997 Paris
 Ekaterini Koffa (GRE)  Juliet Cuthbert (JAM)  Svetlana Goncharenko (RUS)
1999 Maebashi
 Ionela Târlea (ROU)  Svetlana Goncharenko (RUS)  Pauline Davis (BAH)
2001 Lisbon
 Juliet Campbell (JAM)  LaTasha Jenkins (USA)  Natalya Vinogradova-Safronnikova (BLR)
2003 Birmingham
 Muriel Hurtis-Houairi (FRA)  Anastasiya Kapachinskaya (RUS)  Juliet Campbell (JAM)
2004 Budapest
 Natallia Safronnikava (BLR)  Svetlana Goncharenko (RUS)  Karin Mayr-Krifka (AUT)
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Season's best

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