2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships - Gallery From The Games

Gallery From The Games

Photos from the games in Istanbul:

  • Justin Gatlin celebrating his win in the 60 metres.

  • Nery Brenes celebrating his win after the 400 metres.

  • Ashton Eaton en route to victory in the heptathlon.

  • Mauro Vinícius da Silva celebrating his win after long jump.

  • Abdalaati Iguider (far right) en route to victory in the 1500 metres.

  • Ryan Whiting during the shot put in which he won gold.

  • Renaud Lavillenie during the pole vault in which he won gold.

  • Mohammed Aman celebrating his win after finishing the 800 metres.

  • Dimitrios Chondrokoukis celebrating his win in the high jump.

  • The winners in the pole vault (from left) Björn Otto, Renaud Lavillenie and Brad Walker.

  • Aries Merritt en route to victory in the 60 metres hurdles.

  • Silver medalist in the triple jump Christian Taylor.

  • Bernard Lagat en route to victory in the 3000 metres.

  • Genzebe Dibaba celebrating her win after the 1500 metres.

  • Yamilé Aldama celebrating her win after the triple jump.

  • Nataliya Dobrynska celebrating her win after the pentathlon.

  • Chaunté Lowe celebrating her win after the high jump.

  • Pamela Jelimo celebrating her win after finishing the 800 metres.

  • Aslı Çakır Alptekin celebrating her bronze medal performance in the 1500 metres.

  • Hellen Onsando Obiri winning the 3000 metres.

  • Gold medalist in the long jump Brittney Reese.

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