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The British newspaper "Telegraph" reported this event under the headline "A serious accident caused by a pole vault, and Holly Bradshaw of the United Kingdom abstained from the world track and field."
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World Athletics Championships(World Athletics Championships) will be held for 8-9 days in odd-numbered years August-September.AthleticsThe highest peak in the worldConventionIs. Popular nameWorld Championships,World land,World championship.
1980 Moscow OlympicsWestern countriesboycottproblem(1979Occurred in FebruaryUSSR OfInvasion of Afghanistan(Influence of) was newly established,1983ToHelsinkiで1th competitionWas held.at firstSummer olympicIt was held every four years in the previous year,1991 Tokyo GamesSince then, it has been held every two years, the year before and the following year.at firstEuropean regionIt was often held in2005 Helsinki GamesSince then, at this point in time, Asia (the year before the Summer Olympic Games) and Europe (the year after the Summer Olympic Games) will be held alternately.2019Has been decided.The world championships are as valuable as the Olympics for athletes and have produced a number of great games.More world records and more participating countries and regions than the Olympics (2004 Athens Olympics2022003 Paris Convention210), although it has a short history, it is the highest level of athletics.
The competitions that have been held have changed as follows.
- 1987 --Women's10000m-10km walkingAdd.
- 1993 --Women'sTriple jumpAdd.
- 1995 --Women's5000mAdd,3000mExcluded.
- 1999 --Women'sPole vault-Hammer throw-20km walkingAdded and excluded 10 km walk.
- 2005 --Women's3000m obstacleAdd.
- 2017 --Women's50km walkingAdd.The men's marathon will be held from the last day of the tournament to the third day of the tournament (August 3), which is the same as the women's marathon.
- 2022 --Men and women35km walkingAdd, men and women50km walkingExcluded.
List of competitions
In addition, the following two tournaments and three events have been recognized by the IAAF as world championships for events that were not held at the Olympic Games at that time.
Overall competition results
From the 1983 Helsinki Games to the 2013 Moscow Games, a total of 14 competitions have been held in 632 competitions, and a total of 1901 medals have been awarded...Of whichThe United States of AmericaThe team has won 301 medals, which is the largest number by country, and overwhelms other countries with 138 gold medals (88 silver medals, 75 bronze medals).Second place in both the total number of medals won and the number of gold medalsRussian FederationSo, we have a lot of influential players in men's long-distance runningKenyaIs third in the number of gold medals.To date, athletes from 3 countries and regions (including those that do not exist) have won medals, of which 96 countries and regions (previously) have won gold medals.
- Marion JonesThe number of medals in the United States is expected to decrease due to the doping violation of.
Changes in the number of gold medals by age group in major countries and Japan
|Country||1983 – 1987||1991 – 1999||2001 – 2009||2011 – 2019|
|The United States of America||18||51||51||50|
|Republic of South Africa||-||1||6||5|
Qualification of athletes
It is a tournament that literally decides the best track and field athlete in the world, but it used to beOlympicOnly recommended by the athletics federations of each country If the athletes are allowed to participate unconditionally, the number of participating athletes will increase dramatically, and the competition will become bloated, causing various problems such as accommodation facilities, food supply, movement of athletes, and lengthening of competitions.Therefore, there are two stages, A and B, for each item for each year.Participation standard record Is set, and only athletes who break this standard record are eligible to participate.Cut offIs being done.However, due to reasons such as expedition costs, some countries impose individual dispatch conditions such as dispatch setting records, and even if the standard record is exceeded, it is not always possible for the country to participate in the tournament.
- A standard record breaker or B standard record breaker
- A. Up to 1 people per country can break the standard record, except for the following special athletes (3 marathons, 7 entries), Relay is 6 people entry 4 people participation) You can participate.
- A total of up to 2 people can participate, including up to 0 people who break the standard record (including 1 people) and 3 person who breaks the standard record B..
- In countries where there are no breakthroughs in either A or B in all events, one male and one female are allowed to participate as a special case...Although it is a special entry, the entry of one person can be any number of events (excluding 1 meters, 10000 meters steeplechase, decathlon, and heptathlon).
- From the 2009 tournament, as long as the standard record is broken, up to 1 people including substitute players can enter for each event.Up to the above three people will actually participate as before.
- Area champion of each individual event
- Area champion of each individual event (Asian ChampionshipWinners such as) will automatically obtain entry qualifications and will be treated as A standard breakers. (Excluding marathon)
- Host country frame
- Only in the host country, even if there is no person who breaks the standard record, there is a quota for one person (or one relay team) for each item.
- Special entry slot (wild card)
TaiziThe record described in is a record that doubles as a world record.
|Event||Record||player||Citizenship||Date and Time||Convention|
|100m||10 seconds 67||Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price||Jamaica||April 2022, 7||Oregon 22|
|200m||21 seconds 45||Jamaica||April 2022, 7||Oregon 22|
|400m||47 seconds 99||Jarmila Kratoch Birova||Czechoslovakia||19838/10||Helsinki Games|
|800m||1 minutes 54 seconds 68||1983|
|1500m||3 minutes 58 seconds 52||(Tatyana Tomashova)||Russia||April 2003, 8||Paris tournament|
|3000m||8 minutes 28 seconds 71||Qu Yunxia||Chugoku||April 1993, 8||Stuttgart Tournament|
|5000m||14 minutes 26 seconds 83||Armaz Ayana||エチオピア||April 2015, 8||Beijing tournament|
|10000m||30 minutes 04 seconds 18||Berhane Adere||20038/23||Paris tournament|
|marathon||2 hours 18 minutes 11 seconds||20227/18||Oregon 22|
|100m hurdle||12 seconds 12||Nigeria||April 2022, 7||Oregon 22|
|400m hurdle||50 seconds 68||Sydney McLaughlin||The United States of America||20227/22||Oregon 22|
|3000m obstacle||8 minutes 53 seconds 02||Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu||20078/27||Oregon 22|
|10000m racewalk||42 minutes 55 seconds 49||(Annarita Sidoti)||Italy||19978/7||Athens competition|
|10km walking||42 minutes 13 seconds||(Irina Stankina)||Russia||19958/7||Gothenburg Tournament|
|20km walking||1 hours 25 minutes 41 seconds||(Olimpiada Ivanova)||April 2005, 8||Helsinki Games|
|50km walking||4 hours 05 minutes 56 seconds||Portugal||20178/13||London Games|
|4 x 100m relay||41 seconds 07||Veronica Campbell-Brown|
|Jamaica||April 2015, 8||Beijing tournament|
|4 x 400m relay||3 minutes 16 seconds 71||Gwen Torrance|
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|The United States of America||April 1993, 8||Stuttgart Tournament|
|High jump||2m09||Stefka Costa di Nova||Bulgaria||19878/30||Rome tournament|
|Pole vault||5m01||Yelena Isinbaeva||Russia||20058/12||Helsinki Games|
|Long jump||7m36||Jackie Joyner Cursey||The United States of America||April 1987, 9||Rome tournament|
|Triple jump||15m50||Inessa Clavets||Ukraine||19958/10||Gothenburg Tournament|
|Shot squares||21m24||Natalya Lisovskaya||Soviet Union||19879/5||Rome tournament|
|Valerie Adams||New Zealand||20118/29||Daegu Tournament|
|Discus throw||71m62||Martina Hellmann||East Germany||April 1987, 8||Rome tournament|
|Hammer throw||80m85||Anita Włodarc||Poland||20158/27||Beijing tournament|
|Spear throwing||71m99||Maria Abakumova||Russia||20119/2||Daegu Tournament|
|Seven competitions||7128 points||Jackie Joyner Cursey||The United States of America||19879/1||Rome tournament|
Number of medals won by tournament in Japan
|1991 Tokyo(Host country)||1||1||0||2|
|2007 Osaka(Host country)||0||0||1||1|
1997More japaneseTBS → TBS TV World athleticsBecame an official broadcaster of (IAAF at that time)..After this tournament, commercial broadcasting in Japan will be conducted through terrestrial broadcasting and satellites.TBS seriesExclusive broadcastIt has become. After TBS acquired the broadcasting rights, it will last for 25 years and 13 tournaments.Yuji Oda-Miho NakaiHas served as a facilitator,2022Announced graduation at the 18th Oregon Convention.
In Japan, the first1983 TheTV Asahi, 2th1987~ 5th1995UntilNippon Television NetworkHas obtained the broadcasting rights, especially the 3rd held in Tokyo1991The tournament is a host broadcaster (with another sublicense)NHK BS1(At that time, the first satellite broadcast)) was in charge.
Major athletics competition
- Summer olympic
- World Indoor Athletics Championships
- World Junior Athletics Championships
- World Youth Athletics Championships
- IAAF Continental Cup
- ^ "Dates World Championships Oregon 2022". www.worldathletics.org. April 2020, 6Browse.
- ^ The number of medals awarded varies from 632 gold medals, 638 silver medals, and 631 bronze medals due to reasons such as tying.
- ^ 1983-2009 Medal Statistics
- ^ 2011 Medal Table
- ^ 2013 Medal Table
- ^ 1992 OfBarcelona OlympicUntil then, there was a standard record for participation, but there was a stipulation that one person could participate in each event even if the standard record was not exceeded.Currently, as in this tournament, it is necessary to break the participation standard record of either A or B, and in countries where there are no breakers in all events, one male and one female are allowed to participate in all events as a special case.
- ^ COMPETITIONS ENTRY STANDARDS
- ^ COMPETITIONS ENTRY STANDARDS 2017
- ^ COMPETITIONS ENTRY STANDARDS-IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS LONDON August 2017 pdf
- ^ IAAF World Championships London 2017 qualification system and entry standards pdf
- ^ 2015 entries from the 15th tournament in 4 3 participants
- ^ 2007 11th ConventionThe rules for two or more participants have changed, and before that, when a B standard breaker was allowed to participate, only one of them could not be mixed with the A standard record breaker (this system was adopted at the Olympic Games). Continues to be adopted).
- ^ Only one of men and women from the 2013th tournament in 14
- ^ Added from the 2013th tournament in 14
- ^ IAAF news November 2011, 11
- ^ New qualification system introduced for IAAF World Championships
- ^ 15th World Championships in Athletics (2015 / Beijing) Participation standard record / dispatch setting record pdf
- ^ Rikuren Jiho Development Athletes Dedicated Coach Meeting Report (2013) Changes from XNUMX Moscow World Championships pdf
- ^ IAAF and Tokyo Broadcasting System extend partnership IAAF (2009-08-19). 20124/6Browse
- ^ TBS channel(TBS Channel 2015 from 2) ・BS-TBSincluding. BS / CS will be available the next day during the dayDelay broadcastIs the main.TBS News BirdThere is no broadcast record in.For this reason, the announcement of "TBS series exclusive broadcasting" is always displayed at the announcement spot.also,TBS RadioIs broadcasting mainly on women's marathons.
- ^ Yuji Oda & Miho Nakai's name combination to "Last World Athletics" TBS announces XNUMX/XNUMX opening "World Athletics" main caster --Sankei Sports(Retrieved September 2022, 6)
- World Athletics Championships (IAAF Official)(English)
- World Athletics 1997 Athens Tournament / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 1999, 4)
- World Athletics 1999 Seville Tournament / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2001, 6)
- World Championships in Athletics 2001 Edmonton Tournament / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2002, 6)
- World Athletics 2003 Saint-Denis Tournament / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2005, 4)
- World Championships in Athletics 2005 Helsinki / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2005, 12)
- World Championships in Athletics 2007 Osaka / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2011, 5)
- World Championships in Athletics 2009 Berlin Tournament / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2011, 5)
- World Championships in Athletics 2011 Daegu / TBS Site - Wayback machine(For archived March 2013, 4)
- World Athletics 2013 Moscow Tournament / TBS Site
- World Championships in Athletics 2017 London / TBS Site
- World Athletics 2022 Oregon Tournament / TBS Site