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Athletics at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Pictogram for athletics at the 2008 Games Venue Beijing National Stadium Dates August 15–24 Competitors 2,057 from 200 nations «2004   Athletics at the 2008 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 women 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 Athletics at the 2008 Summer Olympics were held during the last 10 days of the games, from August 15 to August 24, 2008, at the Beijing National Stadium. The Olympic sport of athletics is split into four distinct sets of events: track and field events, road running events, and racewalking events. Both men and women had very similar schedules of events. Men competed in 24 events and women in 23, as their schedule lacked the 50 km race walk. In addition, both the men's 110 m hurdles and decathlon are reflected in the women's schedule by the 100 m hurdles and heptathlon, respectively. The Olympic record was broken in 17 returning events. In five events, including the inaugural women's 3000 m steeplechase, the world record was broken. It was one of the few parts of the Olympic Games where the Chinese contestants failed to dominate. The host nation took home two bronze medals from the athletics events and the 110 metres hurdles favourite Liu Xiang had to withdraw after a false start due to injury. Contents 1 Medal summary 1.1 Men 1.2 Women 1.3 Medal table 2 Records broken 2.1 Men's Olympic and world records 2.2 Women's Olympic and world records 3 Participating nations of women's events 4 Participating nations of men's events 5 See also 6 References 7 External links // Medal summary Men Event Gold Silver Bronze 100 metres details  Usain Bolt Jamaica (JAM) 9.69 (WR)  Richard Thompson Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 9.89  Walter Dix United States (USA) 9.91 200 metres details  Usain Bolt Jamaica (JAM) 19.30 (WR)  Shawn Crawford United States (USA) 19.96  Walter Dix United States (USA) 19.98 400 metres details  LaShawn Merritt United States (USA) 43.75  Jeremy Wariner United States (USA) 44.74  David Neville United States (USA) 44.80 800 metres details  Wilfred Bungei Kenya (KEN) 1:44.65  Ismail Ahmed Ismail Sudan (SUD) 1:44.70  Alfred Kirwa Yego Kenya (KEN) 1:44.82 1500 metres details  Asbel Kipruto Kiprop Kenya (KEN) 3:33.11  Nicholas Willis New Zealand (NZL) 3:34.16  Mehdi Baala France (FRA) 3.34.21 5000 metres details  Kenenisa Bekele Ethiopia (ETH) 12:57.82 (OR)  Eliud Kipchoge Kenya (KEN) 13:02.80  Edwin Cheruiyot Soi Kenya (KEN) 13:06.22 10,000 metres details  Kenenisa Bekele Ethiopia (ETH) 27:01.17 (OR)  Sileshi Sihine Ethiopia (ETH) 27:02.77  Micah Kogo Kenya (KEN) 27:04.11 110 metres hurdles details  Dayron Robles Cuba (CUB) 12.93  David Payne United States (USA) 13.17  David Oliver United States (USA) 13.18 400 metres hurdles details  Angelo Taylor United States (USA) 47.25  Kerron Clement United States (USA) 47.98  Bershawn Jackson United States (USA) 48.06 3000 metres steeplechase details  Brimin Kiprop Kipruto Kenya (KEN) 8:10.34  Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad France (FRA) 8:10.49  Richard Kipkemboi Mateelong Kenya (KEN) 8:11.01 4×100 metres relay details  Jamaica (JAM) Nesta Carter Michael Frater Usain Bolt Asafa Powell Dwight Thomas* 37.10 (WR)  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) Keston Bledman Marc Burns Emmanuel Callender Richard Thompson Aaron Armstrong* 38.06  Japan (JPN) Naoki Tsukahara Shingo Suetsugu Shinji Takahira Nobuharu Asahara 38.15 4×400 metres relay details  United States (USA) LaShawn Merritt Angelo Taylor David Neville Jeremy Wariner Kerron Clement* Reggie Witherspoon* 2:55.39 (OR)  Bahamas (BAH) Andretti Bain Michael Mathieu Andrae Williams Christopher Brown Avard Moncur* Ramon Miller* 2:58.03  Russia (RUS) Maksim Dyldin Vladislav Frolov Anton Kokorin Denis Alexeev 2:58.06 Marathon details  Samuel Wanjiru Kenya (KEN) 2:06:32 (OR)  Jaouad Gharib Morocco (MAR) 2:07:16  Tsegay Kebede Ethiopia (ETH) 2:10:00 20 kilometres walk details  Valeriy Borchin Russia (RUS) 1:19:01  Jefferson Pérez Ecuador (ECU) 1:19:15  Jared Tallent Australia (AUS) 1:19:42 50 kilometres walk details  Alex Schwazer Italy (ITA) 3:37:09 (OR)  Jared Tallent Australia (AUS) 3:39:27  Denis Nizhegorodov Russia (RUS) 3:40:14 High jump details  Andrey Silnov Russia (RUS) 2.36 m  Germaine Mason Great Britain (GBR) 2.34 m  Yaroslav Rybakov Russia (RUS) 2.34 m Pole vault details  Steven Hooker Australia (AUS) 5.96 m (OR)  Evgeny Lukyanenko Russia (RUS) 5.85 m  Denys Yurchenko Ukraine (UKR) 5.70 m Long jump details  Irving Saladino Panama (PAN) 8.34 m  Khotso Mokoena South Africa (RSA) 8.24 m  Ibrahim Camejo Cuba (CUB) 8.20 m Triple jump details  Nelson Évora Portugal (POR) 17.67 m  Phillips Idowu Great Britain (GBR) 17.62 m  Leevan Sands Bahamas (BAH) 17.59 m Shot put details  Tomasz Majewski Poland (POL) 21.51 m  Christian Cantwell United States (USA) 21.09 m  Andrei Mikhnevich Belarus (BLR) 21.05 m Discus throw details  Gerd Kanter Estonia (EST) 68.82 m  Piotr Małachowski Poland (POL) 67.82 m  Virgilijus Alekna Lithuania (LTU) 67.79 m Hammer throw details  Primož Kozmus Slovenia (SLO) 82.02 m  Vadim Devyatovskiy Belarus (BLR) 81.61 m[1]  Ivan Tsikhan Belarus (BLR) 81.51 m[1] Javelin throw details  Andreas Thorkildsen Norway (NOR) 90.57 m (OR)  Ainārs Kovals Latvia (LAT) 86.64 m  Tero Pitkämäki Finland (FIN) 86.16 m Decathlon details  Bryan Clay United States (USA) 8791  Andrei Krauchanka Belarus (BLR) 8551  Leonel Suárez Cuba (CUB) 8527 * Athletes who participated in the heats only and received medals. Vadim Devyatovskiy and Ivan Tsikhan of Belarus, who originally won silver and bronze in the hammer throw, were disqualified for doping.[1] In June 2010 the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that the disqualifed Belarusians should get their original medals back due to errors at the Chinese medical lab.[1] Women Event Gold Silver Bronze 100 metres details  Shelly-Ann Fraser Jamaica (JAM) 10.78  Sherone Simpson Jamaica (JAM)  Kerron Stewart Jamaica (JAM) 10.98 200 metres details  Veronica Campbell-Brown Jamaica (JAM) 21.74  Allyson Felix United States (USA) 21.93  Kerron Stewart Jamaica (JAM) 22.00 400 metres details  Christine Ohuruogu Great Britain (GBR) 49.62  Shericka Williams Jamaica (JAM) 49.69  Sanya Richards United States (USA) 49.93 800 metres details  Pamela Jelimo Kenya (KEN) 1:54.87  Janeth Jepkosgei Busienei Kenya (KEN) 1:56.07  Hasna Benhassi Morocco (MAR) 1:56.73 1500 metres details  Nancy Jebet Lagat Kenya (KEN) 4:00.23  Iryna Lishchynska Ukraine (UKR) 4:01.63  Nataliya Tobias Ukraine (UKR) 4:01.78 5000 metres details  Tirunesh Dibaba Ethiopia (ETH) 15:41.40  Elvan Abeylegesse Turkey (TUR) 15:42.74  Meseret Defar Ethiopia (ETH) 15:44.12 10,000 metres details  Tirunesh Dibaba Ethiopia (ETH) 29:54.66 (OR)  Elvan Abeylegesse Turkey (TUR) 29:56.34  Shalane Flanagan United States (USA) 30:22.22 100 metres hurdles details  Dawn Harper United States (USA) 12.54  Sally McLellan Australia (AUS) 12.64  Priscilla Lopes-Schliep Canada (CAN) 12.64 400 metres hurdles details  Melaine Walker Jamaica (JAM) 52.64 (OR)  Sheena Tosta United States (USA) 53.70  Tasha Danvers Great Britain (GBR) 53.84 3000 metres steeplechase details  Gulnara Galkina-Samitova Russia (RUS) 8:58.81 (WR)  Eunice Jepkorir Kenya (KEN) 9:07.41  Yekaterina Volkova Russia (RUS) 9:07.64 4×100 metres relay details  Russia (RUS) Evgeniya Polyakova Aleksandra Fedoriva Yulia Gushchina Yuliya Chermoshanskaya 42.31  Belgium (BEL) Olivia Borlée Hanna Mariën Élodie Ouédraogo Kim Gevaert 42.54 (NR)  Nigeria (NGR) Franca Idoko Gloria Kemasuode Halimat Ismaila Oludamola Osayomi Agnes Osazuwa* 43.04 4×400 metres relay details  United States (USA) Mary Wineberg Allyson Felix Monique Henderson Sanya Richards Natasha Hastings* 3:18.54  Russia (RUS) Yulia Gushchina Lyudmila Litvinova Tatiana Firova Anastasia Kapachinskaya Elena Migunova* Tatyana Veshkurova* 3:18.82  Jamaica (JAM) Shericka Williams Shereefa Lloyd Rosemarie Whyte Novelene Williams Bobby-Gaye Wilkins* 3:20.40 Marathon details  Constantina Diṭă-Tomescu Romania (ROU) 2:26:44  Catherine Ndereba Kenya (KEN) 2:27:06  Zhou Chunxiu China (CHN) 2:27:07 20 kilometres walk details  Olga Kaniskina Russia (RUS) 1:26:31 (OR)  Kjersti Tysse Plätzer Norway (NOR) 1:27:07  Elisa Rigaudo Italy (ITA) 1:27:12 High jump details  Tia Hellebaut Belgium (BEL) 2.05 m  Blanka Vlašić Croatia (CRO) 2.05 m  Anna Chicherova Russia (RUS) 2.03 m Pole vault details  Yelena Isinbayeva Russia (RUS) 5.05 m (WR)  Jennifer Stuczynski United States (USA) 4.80 m  Svetlana Feofanova Russia (RUS) 4.75 m Long jump details  Maurren Maggi Brazil (BRA) 7.04 m  Tatyana Lebedeva Russia (RUS) 7.03 m  Blessing Okagbare Nigeria (NGR) 6.91 m Triple jump details  Françoise Mbango Etone Cameroon (CMR) 15.39 m (OR)  Tatyana Lebedeva Russia (RUS) 15.32 m  Hrysopiyi Devetzi Greece (GRE) 15.23 m Shot put details  Valerie Vili New Zealand (NZL) 20.56 m  Natallia Mikhnevich Belarus (BLR) 20.28 m  Nadzeya Astapchuk Belarus (BLR) 19.86 m Discus throw details  Stephanie Brown Trafton United States (USA) 64.74 m  Yarelis Barrios Cuba (CUB) 63.64 m  Olena Antonova Ukraine (UKR) 62.59 m Hammer throw details  Aksana Miankova Belarus (BLR) 76.31 m (OR)  Yipsi Moreno Cuba (CUB) 75.20 m  Zhang Wenxiu China (CHN) 74.32 m Javelin throw details  Barbora Špotáková Czech Republic (CZE) 71.42 m  Mariya Abakumova Russia (RUS) 70.78 m  Christina Obergföll Germany (GER) 66.13 m Heptathlon details  Natalya Dobrynska Ukraine (UKR) 6733  Hyleas Fountain United States (USA) 6619  Tatyana Chernova Russia (RUS) 6591 * Athletes who participated in the heats only and received medals. Lyudmila Blonska of Ukraine originally won the silver medal in the women's heptathlon, but was disqualified after she tested positive for methyltestosterone.[2] Medal table