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Women's 400 metres at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad Medalists   Tonique Williams-Darling   Bahamas   Ana Guevara   Mexico   Natalya Antyukh   Russia «2000 2008» Athletics at the 2004 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 women 10,000 m men women 100 m hurdles women 110 m hurdles men 400 m hurdles men women 3000 m steeplechase men 4×100 m relay men women 4×400 m relay men women Road events Marathon men women 20 km walk men women 50 km walk men Field events Long jump men women Triple jump men women High jump men women Pole vault men women Shot put men women Discus throw men women Javelin throw men women Hammer throw men women Combined events Heptathlon women Decathlon men The women's 400 m. at the 2004 Summer Olympics as part of the athletics program were held at the Athens Olympic Stadium. Contents 1 Records 2 Heats 3 Round 1 4 Semifinals 4.1 Semifinal 1 4.2 Semifinal 2 4.3 Semifinal 3 4.4 Semifinals summary 5 Final 6 References Records These were the standing world and Olympic records prior to the 2004 Summer Olympics. World record Marita Koch (GDR) 47.60 s Canberra, Australia 6 October 1985 Olympic record  Marie-José Pérec (FRA) 48.25 s Atlanta, USA 29 July 1996 Heats All times shown are in seconds. Q denotes automatic qualification. q denotes fastest losers. DNS denotes did not start. DNF denotes did not finish. NR denotes national record. PB denotes personal best. SB denotes seasons best. In the initial six heats the first three from each plus the six fastest losers progressed through to the three semi-finals. Here the first two from each went to the final along with the two fastest losers. Round 1 Qualification: First 3 in each heat (Q) and the next 6 fastest (q) advance to the Semifinals. Rank Heat Athlete Country Time Notes 1 6 Sanya Richards United States 50.11 Q 2 6 Christine Amertil Bahamas 50.23 Q, PB 3 6 Christine Ohurougu Great Britain 50.50 Q, PB 4 4 Natalya Antyukh Russia 50.54 Q 5 4 DeeDee Trotter United States 50.56 Q 6 4 Novlene Williams Jamaica 50.59 Q, PB 7 3 Natalya Nazarova Russia 50.82 Q 8 1 Ana Guevara Mexico 50.93 Q 9 2 Monique Hennagan United States 51.02 Q 10 6 Tiandra Ponteen Saint Kitts and Nevis 51.17 q 11 1 Lee McConnell Great Britain 51.19 Q 11 3 Donna Fraser Great Britain 51.19 Q 13 5 Tonique Williams-Darling Bahamas 51.20 Q 14 1 Grażyna Prokopek Poland 51.29 Q, PB 14 2 Mariyana Dimitrova Bulgaria 51.29 Q 16 4 Aliann Pompey Guyana 51.33 q 17 5 Svetlana Usovich Belarus 51.37 Q 18 2 Kaltouma Nadjina Chad 51.50 Q 19 5 Antonina Yefremova Ukraine 51.53 Q 20 3 Hazel-Ann Regis Grenada 51.66 Q 21 1 Fatou Bintou Fall Senegal 51.87 q 22 3 Estie Wittstock South Africa 51.89 q 23 5 Mireille Nguimgo Cameroon 51.90 q 24 4 Egle Uljas Estonia 51.91 q, NR 25 2 Nadia Davy Jamaica 52.04 26 2 Maria Laura Almirao Brazil 52.10 27 1 Hortense Bewouda Cameroon 52.11 28 6 Geisa Aparecida Coutinho Brazil 52.18 29 3 Amy Mbacke Thiam Senegal 52.44 30 2 Kirsi Mykkanen Finland 52.53 31 5 Allison Beckford Jamaica 52.85 32 5 Sandrine Thiebaud-Kangni Togo 52.87 33 1 Oksana Luneva Kyrgyzstan 52.94 34 4 Svetlana Bodritskaya Kazakhstan 53.35 35 6 Makelesi Bulikiobo Fiji 53.58 36 3 Amantle Montsho Botswana 53.77 NR 37 3 Zamira Amirova Uzbekistan 54.43 38 5 K V Damayanthi Dharsha Sri Lanka 54.58 39 2 Fanfang Bo China 56.01 40 4 Shifana Ali Maldives 1:00.92 NR 41 6 Salamtou Hassane Niger 1:03.28 NR 42 1 Ruwida El Hubti Libya 1:03.57 NR Semifinals Semifinal 1 Rank Athlete Country Time Notes 1 Ana Guevara Mexico 50.15 Q 2 Christine Amertil Bahamas 50.17 Q, PB 3 Sanya Richards United States 50.54 q 4 Christine Ohurougu Great Britain 51.00 5 Tiandra Ponteen Saint Kitts and Nevis 51.33 6 Svetlana Usovich Belarus 51.42 7 Hazel-Ann Regis Grenada 51.47 8 Egle Uljas Estonia 53.13 Richards was fastest away but was caught by Guevara at the 300 m. mark who was then joined by Amertil who improved her personal best for the second time in two days. Guevara eased comfortably through the last fifty, just doing enough to ensure Amertil didn't cross the line first. Richards held on to third from Ohurougu who could not reproduce her personal best of round one and cost herself a fastest losers place in the final by easing off considerably with 20 metres to go. Semifinal 2 Rank Athlete Country Time Notes 1 Tonique Williams-Darling Bahamas 50.00 Q 2 DeeDee Trotter United States 50.14 Q, PB 3 Natalya Nazarova Russia 50.63 q 4 Fatou Bintou Fall Senegal 51.21 5 Kaltouma Nadjina Chad 51.57 6 Estie Wittstock South Africa 51.77 7 Donna Fraser Great Britain 51.94 8 Grażyna Prokopek Poland 51.96 The Bahamian, Williams-Darling, was always in control and easily kept in front of the below par Nazarova who was fighting hard to run her down. The Russian claimed a fastest losers place as she was overtaken in the home straight by a fast finishing DeeDee Trotter. Semifinal 3 Rank Athlete Country Time Notes 1 Monique Hennagan United States 49.88 Q 2 Natalya Antyukh Russia 50.04 Q 3 Novlene Williams Jamaica 50.85 4 Mariyana Dimitrova Bulgaria 51.20 PB 5 Aliann Pompey Guyana 51.61 6 Antonina Yefremova Ukraine 51.90 7 Mireille Nguimgo Cameroon 52.21 8 Lee McConnell Great Britain 52.63 The easiest of the semis for Hennagan and Antyukh who were in a different class from the rest though the Jamaican, Williams, might have got closer to them if she had not left all her running until the last hundred metres. Semifinals summary Rank Heat Athlete Country Time Notes 1 3 Monique Hennagan United States 49.88 Q 2 2 Tonique Williams-Darling Bahamas 50.00 Q 3 3 Natalya Antyukh Russia 50.04 Q 4 2 DeeDee Trotter United States 50.14 Q, PB 5 1 Ana Guevara Mexico 50.15 Q 6 1 Christine Amertil Bahamas 50.17 Q, PB 7 1 Sanya Richards United States 50.54 q 8 2 Natalya Nazarova Russia 50.63 q 9 3 Novlene Williams Jamaica 50.85 10 1 Christine Ohurougu Great Britain 51.00 11 3 Mariyana Dimitrova Bulgaria 51.20 PB 12 2 Fatou Bintou Fall Senegal 51.21 13 1 Tiandra Ponteen Saint Kitts and Nevis 51.33 14 1 Svetlana Usovich Belarus 51.42 15 1 Hazel-Ann Regis Grenada 51.47 16 2 Kaltouma Nadjina Chad 51.57 17 3 Aliann Pompey Guyana 51.61 18 2 Estie Wittstock South Africa 51.77 19 3 Antonina Yefremova Ukraine 51.90 20 2 Donna Fraser Great Britain 51.94 21 2 Grazyna Prokopek Poland 51.96 22 3 Mireille Nguimgo Cameroon 52.21 23 3 Lee McConnell Great Britain 52.63 24 1 Egle Uljas Estonia 53.13 Final Rank Athlete Country Time Notes 1 ! Tonique Williams-Darling Bahamas 49.42 2 ! Ana Guevara Mexico 49.56 SB 3 ! Natalya Antyukh Russia 49.89 4 Monique Hennagan United States 49.97 5 DeeDee Trotter United States 50.00 PB 6 Sanya Richards United States 50.19 7 Christine Amertil Bahamas 50.37 8 Natalya Nazarova Russia 50.65 AR Area record | CR championship record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB/PR personal best/record | SB seasonal best | WL world leading (in a given season) | WR world record References Official Olympic Report 2004 Olympic Results v · d · e400 metres at the Athletics at the Summer Olympics Men's 1896 • 1900 • 1904 • 1908 • 1912 • 1920 • 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 • 1996 • 2000 • 2004 • 2008 Women's 1896 • 1900 • 1904 • 1908 • 1912 • 1920 • 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 • 1996 • 2000 • 2004 • 2008