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1Doha Results - Felix fastest 400m in 2011 Empty Doha Results - Felix fastest 400m in 2011 Sat May 07, 2011 10:15 am



DOHA Diamond League Results
Friday 7th May 2011

Men's 200m
1 DIX, Walter USA 20.06 World Leading Time & Equals the Meet Record
Reaction Time: 0.187
2 OGUNODE, Femi QAT 20.30 National Record
Reaction Time: 0.217
3 SAIDY NDURE, Jaysuma NOR 20.55
Reaction Time: 0.251
4 BOASE, Jordan USA 20.60
Reaction Time: 0.207
5 FORSYTHE, Mario JAM 20.86 Season's Best
Reaction Time: 0.206
6 WAUGH, Ainsley JAM 20.90
Reaction Time: 0.183
7 AL SALFA, Omar Jouma Bilal UAE 21.32
Reaction Time: 0.172

Women's 200m
1 MOORE, Lashauntea USA 22.83
Reaction Time: 0.172
2 WILLIAMS, Charonda USA 22.95
Reaction Time: 0.259
3 HALL, Patricia JAM 23.16 PB
Reaction Time: 0.184
4 OKAGBARE, Blessing NGR 23.19
Reaction Time: 0.219
5 FEDORIVA, Aleksandra RUS 23.31
Reaction Time: 0.234
6 MOORE, Consuella USA 23.85
Reaction Time: 0.223
7 SAVLINIS, Yelizaveta RUS 23.98
Reaction Time: 0.190

Women's 400m
1 FELIX, Allyson USA 50.33 World Leading Time
Reaction Time: 0.181
2 MONTSHO, Amantle BOT 50.41
Reaction Time: 0.256
3 HALL, Patricia JAM 51.74 Season's Best
Reaction Time: 0.210
4 HURTIS, Muriel FRA 52.30
Reaction Time: 0.234
5 PRENDERGAST, Davita JAM 52.43 Season's Best
Reaction Time: 0.252
6 HARGROVE, Monica USA 52.49
Reaction Time: 0.223
7 THIAM, Amy Mbacké SEN 52.82
Reaction Time: 0.175
8 GUEI, Floria FRA 54.000
Reaction Time: 0.351

Men's 800m
1 KIPROP, Asbel KEN 1:44.74 Season's Best
2 RIMMER, Michael GBR 1:45.12
3 YEGO, Alfred Kirwa KEN 1:45.17
4 KIPLAGAT, Richard KEN 1:45.48
5 REINA, Antonio Manuel ESP 1:45.55
6 LEWANDOWSKI, Marcin POL 1:46.42
7 DRIOUCH, Hamza QAT 1:50.25
ALI, Belal Mansoor BRN DNS

Intermediate times:
400m Tangui, Sammy (KEN) 50.59
600m Kiprop, Asbel (KEN) 1:17.18

Men's 1500m
1 CHEPSEBA, Nixon Kiplimo KEN 3:31.84 World Leading Time
2 KIPLAGAT, Silas KEN 3:32.15
3 GEBREMEDHIN, Mekonnen ETH 3:32.28
4 NDIKU, Caleb Mwangangi KEN 3:33.05 PB
5 KEITANY, Haron KEN 3:33.39
6 IGUIDER, Abdelaati MAR 3:33.50
7 NDIWA, Remmy Limo KEN 3:33.65
8 KOMBICH, Ismail Kipngetich KEN 3:34.38
9 RONO, Geoffrey Kipkoech KEN 3:35.28
10 MAKHLOUFI, Taoufik ALG 3:44.78
POLONET, Vickson Naran KEN DNF

Women's 1500m
1 MISHCHENKO, Anna UKR 4:03.00 World Leading Time
2 JELAGAT, Irene KEN 4:04.89
3 HILALI, Siham MAR 4:05.18
4 KIBIWOT, Viola KEN 4:05.54
5 KALKIDAN, Gezahegne ETH 4:06.52
6 LAKHOUAD, Ibtissam MAR 4:07.60
7 PLIS, Renata POL 4:09.51
8 AKKAOUI, Malika MAR 4:09.88 PB
9 ELMORE, Malindi CAN 4:11.79
10 SUM, Eunice KEN 4:12.41
11 BOGALE, Tizita ETH 4:12.78
12 DESALEGN, Bethlhem UAE 4:18.67 National Record

Men's 3000m
1 ALAMIREW, Yenew ETH 7:27.26 World Leading Time & new Meet Record
2 SOI, Edwin Cheruiyot KEN 7:27.55 PB
3 KIPCHOGE, Eliud KEN 7:27.66 PB
4 CHOGE, Augustine Kiprono KEN 7:28.76 PB
5 CHEPKOK, Vincent Kiprop KEN 7:30.15 PB
6 KOMEN, Daniel Kipchirchir KEN 7:31.41 PB
7 KIPSIRO, Moses Ndiema UGA 7:31.83
8 BEKELE, Tariku ETH 7:33.50
9 LONGOSIWA, Thomas Pkemei KEN 7:33.93
10 RASHED, Essa Ismail QAT 7:34.70 PB
11 KIPTOO, Mark KEN 7:34.82
12 KIPKOECH, John KEN 7:34.82
13 ROTICH, Lucas Kimeli KEN 7:35.57 PB
14 BIWOTT, Yusuf Kibet KEN 7:36.84
15 WELDAY, Hais ERI 7:37.23
16 C'KURUI, James Kwalia QAT 7:37.52
17 EBUYA, Joseph KEN 7:55.01
SIMOTWO, Suleiman Kipses KEN DNF

Intermediate times:
1000m Gathimba, Gideon (KEN) 2:30.43
2000m Kipsiro, Moses Ndiema (UGA) 5:00.66

For All Meet Results:



Felix wins 400 meters at Diamond League meet
By Michael Casey, AP Sports Writer
USA Today
6th May 2011

DOHA, Qatar — It was a tough night for American stars at the Diamond League opener Friday, with only triple world champion Allyson Felix and sprinter Walter Dix among the big names who won.

Felix edged a hard-charging Amantle Montsho to win the 400 meters in 50.33 seconds. The reigning three-time world champion in the 200 held on down the stretch to finish 0.08 ahead of Botswana's Montsho. Patricia Hall of Jamaica was third.

It was the American's 10th win in Qatar, including the world indoor gold last year as part of the United States' 4x400 relay.

"It was decent," said Felix, who won the Diamond League title last year in the 200 and 400 and is considering running both events at the worlds in August. "I wasn't sure what to expect being it's my first race. Now I have a place to work from.

"I felt like we went out slow in the (first) 200. It was a little windy and it really forced us to work home. I felt comfortable in this race and I can definitely push myself a lot more."

Olympic bronze medalist Dix got his season going with a win in the 200, easily beating Femi Ogunode. Dix's time of 20.06 was the best this year and a meet record.

"Walter Dix is reloaded," Dix said. "I didn't train in January and missed the indoor season, but now I feel very strong. Everyone is beatable and everyone is on my list."

In the 100 hurdles, 2010 winner Lolo Jones came in third behind fellow Americans Kellie Wells and Danielle Carruthers. Wells won in 12.58, 0.11 seconds faster than Jones and the fastest time this year.

Jones, who won the gold in the 60-meter hurdles at the 2010 world indoors, has struggled in recent months with a nerve injury and came into the meet on a three-race losing streak after being beaten last week at the Drake Relays.

She admitted the nerve pain "was a concern" ahead of the race, but felt she was improving and wasn't going to "beat herself up" over the race.

"It was good. A lot of people ask if I'm disappointed. You know, not really because I'm coming off an injury," she said. "There is definitely huge room for improvements. In the third hurdle we were all kind of there. I was right in the mix. I got high over the fourth hurdle and everyone passed me so I had to play catch-up."

Louis Van Zyl won the 400 hurdles in 48.11 seconds, beating fellow South African Cornel Fredericks by 0.32 seconds. American Bershawn Jackson, last year's winner, placed third.

Jackson, a world champion in 2005, shrugged off the results, saying it was only his second race of the season. He is still aiming for gold at the worlds and eventually breaking 47 seconds.

"I just started training in January. Them guys are sharp and ready," he said of the South Africans who beat him. "The reason I came here is to just see where I'm at. I feel good. I didn't expect too much. I was happy with my performance and I'll get a lot better as the season goes on."

The opener lacked some of the fireworks of last year's inaugural event, with some top stars pulling out injured. Several top Jamaican and American athletes entered a Jamaican invitational this weekend.

While there were 10 reigning world and Olympic champions competing for $480,000 in prize money, the 16-event field missed 100-meter stars Usain Bolt, Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell. The 100 was a non-Diamond League event and, in the end, was canceled.

The men's 800 also lost some of its luster after world record-holder David Rudisha pulled out due to injury.



The 3000m in Doha turned out to one of the fastest in history - the following stats from it makes interesting reading.

Stats From The Doha Diamond League 3000
(from K. Ken Nakamura)

Several Interesting stats from Doha's 3000m

1) 7:27.26 by Yenew Alamirew (ETH) is the fastest 3000m for month of May.
Since it was run on May 6, it is also the earliest (not counting Indoor and AUS season) recorded sub-7:30

2) 7:27.26 by Yenew Alamirew is the fastest 3000m on Asian soil

3) 7:27.66 by Eliud Kipchoge is the fastest third place time in history
On the related topic:
7:27.55 by Edwin Soi, 7:28.76 by Augustine Choge, and 7:30.15 by Vincent Chepkok are second fastest 2nd, 4th and 5th place, respectively.

4) Eliud Kipchoge ran 5th (4 outdoor plus 1 indoor) sub-7:30 3000m of his career.
On the category of total sub-7:30 3000m, Kipchoge is third behind Haile Gebrselassie (12) and Daniel Komen (9)
(Note: The total number of sub-7:30 includes indoor and en-route performances)





Felix purrs in Doha 400m run
By Luke Phillips
Sydney Morning Herald
May 7, 2011

American athlete Allyson Felix got her outdoor season off to the perfect start as she raced to victory in the 400m at the opening Diamond League meeting here on Friday.

The triple world 200m champion was happy with her outing as she trains towards possibly attempting a 200-400m double at the August 27-September 4 World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.

Felix held off a spirited comeback from Botswana's Amantle Montsho down the home stretch to coast to the win in a world lead of 50.33sec.

"It's a decent time, nothing special," said the Los Angeles native. "We went out very conservatively in the first 200m because it was windy.

"That made us work hard and Montsho is always strong and she pushed all the way to the end."

Felix, winning in Doha for the 10th time in recent years, added: "It is a very long season so I just want to take things slowly and progress. There's lots more work to do.

"Now I know where I am at and what I have to work towards. I will now focus on my speed and the first part of the race."

There was no such dream start to the outdoor season, however, for Felix's team-mate Lolo Jones, for whom a bout of debilitating sciatica put paid to her indoor season.

Jones, the two-time world indoor champion, had to be happy with third in the 100m hurdles (12.67sec) behind compatriots Kellie Wells (12.58) and Danielle Carruthers (12.64).

Kenya's 1500m Olympic champion Asbel Kiprop showed his versatility bystorming to victory in the 800m in 1:44.74 ahead of Briton Michael Rimmer and compatriot Alfred Yego, the 2007 world champion.

In the absence through injury of world record holder David Rudisha of Kenya and Sudan's two-time world indoor champion Abubaker Kaki, Kiprop was in control of the race from start to finish.

"If Rudisha and Kaki were in the same race, I'm sure I could have run faster," said Kiprop.

With the Kingston International Invitational meet scheduled for Saturday, the lead US and Jamaican sprinters opted to compete there, and organisers here eventually decided to scrap the men's 100m.

Walter Dix, who won double Olympic bronze in Beijing, was one American sprinter to make the trip to Doha and he won the 200m comfortably in 20.06sec.

Louis Van Zyl (48.11sec) and Cornel Fredericks notched up a South African one-two in the men's 400m hurdles, pushing American defending world and Olympic bronze medallist Bershawn Jackson into third.

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