2009 World Championships in Athletics

2009 World Championships In Athletics

The 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics (German: 12. IAAF Leichtathletik WM Berlin 2009) were held in Berlin, Germany from 15–23 August 2009. The majority of events took place in the Olympiastadion, while the marathon and racewalking events started and finished at the Brandenburg Gate.

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2009 World Championships In Athletics - Participating Nations
... The entry list released on the IAAF Website before the championships contained 2098 athletes from 202 countries and territories ... a total of 1984 competed (1086 male, and 898 female) at the championships, with 201 of the 213 IAAF National Member Federations represented ... number of athletes competing at the event broke the previous championship record of 1,821 athletes set at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics in Seville ...
Kerron Stewart - 2009 World Championships in Athletics
... Stewart came second in the 100 m at the 2009 Jamaican national championships, finishing in 10.93 s and qualifying for the 2009 World Championships ... At the 2009 IAAF Golden Gala, Stewart won a gold medal in the Women's 100m in front of Olympic Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser, with a time of 10.75s, which tied the meet record ... At the 2009 World Championships Kerron Stewart won a silver medal in 100m just two hundredths of a second behind Jamaican team mate Shelly-Ann Fraser equalling her personal best of 10.75 seconds and ensuring a ...

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