9 medals for Top Athletics at World Championships!

Medal balance 3-3-3


Kristjan Čeh won discus throw with 71.13m in championship record.

Kristjan said: “In my opinion, the world record is even more important than a medal.” That points out what is his aim for future.

Kristjan’s series:

65.27m – 69.02m – 71.13m – 68.95m – 70.51m – 67.57m

Kristjan CEH, Slovenien, diskus,

Anderson Peters defended his world championship title in javelin with a massive throw of 90.54m Anderson threw three times over 90 in one competition. That never happened before at World Championships. And also Anderson is first thrower after Železný (1993, 1995) to defend javelin title.

Andersons’ series:

90.21m – 90.46m – 87.21m – 88.11m – 85.83m – 90.54m

Anderson PETERS, Grenada, spjut

Team Canada are World 4x100m Champions

Jerome Blake & Brendon Rodney helped to their team to get GOLD medal in 4x100m relay

  • 37.48s
  • National record
  • World lead
  • 3rd gold medal in world championships history for Canada after 1995 & 1997


  • Brown 10.45s
  • Blake 8.86s
  • Rodney 9.38s
  • De Grasse 8.79s
1 CAN 4 37.48CANADA 0.147 Aaron BROWN1639 10.45 (2) Jerome BLAKE1638 8.86 19.31 (2)(1) Brendon RODNEY1656 9.38 28.69 (2)(4) Andre DE GRASSE1640 8.79 (2)


Miltiadis Tentoglou won silver medal in long jump with 8.32m.

Miltiadis’ series:

X – 8.30m – 8.29m – 8.24m – 8.32m – 8.20m

Miltiadis TENTOGLOU, Grekland, längd

11 years after winning gold in Daegu, Kirani James won silver medal and just like Olympics 1-1-1 he has now 1-1-1 at Worlds

James’ splits

100m 10.81s

200m 20.95s

300m 31.98s

400m 44.48s

Kirani JAMES, Grenada, 400 meter

Silver medal for Jamaican team in 4x400m relay men with Karayme Bartley.


Jakub Vadlejch won the bronze medal in the javelin throw with 88.09m and only 4cm separated him from the silver medal.

Jakub’s series:
85.52m – 87.23m – 88.09m – 83.48m – 81.31m – 82.88m

Jakub VADLEJCH, Tjeckien, spjut

World bronze medalist in javelin Haruka Kitaguchi. Haruka is the first Japanese female who won non long distance medal

Haruka’s series:

62.07m – X – 55.78m – 61.27m – X – 63.27m

Haruka KITAGUCHI, Japan, spjut

British team with our hurdle specialist Jessie Knight won bronze medal in 3:22.64 SB.

Photos: Deca Text Och Bild