1987 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 100 metres

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These are the official results of the Men's 100 metres event at the 1987 IAAF World Championships in Rome, Italy. There were a total number of 56 participating athletes, with seven qualifying heats and the final held on Sunday 30 August 1987.

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Ben Johnson of Canada initially won the final in a world record time of 9.83 seconds, but he was disqualified by the IAAF on 30 September 1989 after he admitted to the use of performance-enhancing drugs between 1981 and 1988.

Medalists

Gold Flag of the United States.svg Carl Lewis
United States (USA)
Silver Flag of Jamaica.svg Raymond Stewart
Jamaica (JAM)
Bronze Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Linford Christie
Great Britain (GBR)

Records

Existing records at the start of the event.

World RecordFlag of the United States.svg  Calvin Smith  (USA)9.93 Colorado Springs, USA July 3, 1983
Championship RecordFlag of the United States.svg  Carl Lewis  (USA)10.07 Helsinki, Finland August 8, 1983

Final

RANKFINAL wind +1.0TIME
Med 1.png Flag of the United States.svg  Carl Lewis  (USA)9.93=WR
Med 2.png Flag of Jamaica.svg  Raymond Stewart  (JAM)10.08
Med 3.png Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)10.14
4.Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Kovács  (HUN)10.20
5.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Viktor Bryzgin  (URS)10.25
6.Flag of the United States.svg  Lee McRae  (USA)10.34
7.Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)16.23
DSQFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Ben Johnson  (CAN)9.83

Semifinals

RANKHEAT 1 wind -0.3TIME
1.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Ben Johnson  (CAN)10.15
2.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)10.25
3.Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)10.33
4.Flag of the United States.svg  Lee McRae  (USA)10.37
5.Flag of Austria.svg  Andreas Berger  (AUT)10.37
6.Flag of Ghana.svg  Eric Akogyiram  (GHA)10.40
7.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Andrew Smith  (JAM)10.41
8.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Yevgenyev  (URS)10.51


RANKHEAT 2 wind -1.3TIME
1.Flag of the United States.svg  Carl Lewis  (USA)10.03CR
2.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Raymond Stewart  (JAM)10.12
3.Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Kovács  (HUN)10.22
4.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Viktor Bryzgin  (URS)10.23
5.Flag of Cuba.svg  Andrés Simón  (CUB)10.24
6.Flag of Nigeria.svg  Chidi Imoh  (NGR)10.29
7.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mike McFarlane  (GBR)10.38
8.Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Valentin Atanasov  (BUL)10.53

Quarterfinals

RANKHEAT 1 wind -2.9TIME
1.Flag of the United States.svg  Carl Lewis  (USA)10.38
2.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)10.40
3.Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Kovács  (HUN)10.52
4.Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Robson da Silva  (BRA)10.53
5.Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Haas  (FRG)10.65
6.Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ronald Desruelles  (BEL)10.69
7.Flag of Cuba.svg  Ricardo Chacón  (CUB)10.70
8.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Muravyov  (URS)10.80


RANKHEAT 2 wind -1.5TIME
1.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Viktor Bryzgin  (URS)10.29
2.Flag of Austria.svg  Andreas Berger  (AUT)10.35
3.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mike McFarlane  (GBR)10.35
4.Flag of France.svg  Max Morinière  (FRA)10.39
5.Flag of Senegal.svg  Charles-Louis Seck  (SEN)10.43
6.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Desai Williams  (CAN)10.43
7.Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Cheng Hsin-Fu  (TPE)10.53
8.Flag of Burkina Faso.svg  Harouna Pale  (BUR)10.67


RANKHEAT 3 wind -0.1TIME
1.Flag of Nigeria.svg  Chidi Imoh  (NGR)10.20
2.Flag of the United States.svg  Lee McRae  (USA)10.21
3.Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)10.28
4.Flag of Ghana.svg  Eric Akogyiram  (GHA)10.31
5.Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Valentin Atanasov  (BUL)10.37
6.Flag of Japan.svg  Hiroki Fuwa  (JPN)10.38
7.Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Achmed de Kom  (NED)10.45
8.Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Joilto Bonfim  (BRA)10.46


RANKHEAT 4 wind -0.4TIME
1.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Raymond Stewart  (JAM)10.14
2.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Ben Johnson  (CAN)10.14
3.Flag of Cuba.svg  Andrés Simón  (CUB)10.23
4.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Yevgenyev  (URS)10.37
5.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Andrew Smith  (JAM)10.37
6.Flag of Spain.svg  José Javier Arqués  (ESP)10.46
7.Flag of Algeria.svg  Mustapha Kamel Selmi  (ALG)10.48
8.Flag of Nigeria.svg  Patrick Nwankwo  (NGR)10.49

Qualifying heats

RANKHEAT 1 wind +1.8TIME
1.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Raymond Stewart  (JAM)10.23
2.Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ronald Desruelles  (BEL)10.39
3.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mike McFarlane  (GBR)10.39
4.Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Cheng Hsin-Fu  (TPE)10.41
5.Flag of the United States.svg  Mark Witherspoon  (USA)10.65
6.Flag of Cuba.svg  Leandro Peñalver  (CUB)10.65
7.Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis.svg  Earl Hazel  (SKN)10.96
8.Flag of Guinea.svg  Robert Loua  (GUI)11.09


RANKHEAT 2 wind +1.3TIME
1.Flag of France.svg  Max Morinière  (FRA)10.29
2.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Aleksandr Yevgenyev  (URS)10.33
3.Flag of Cuba.svg  Andrés Simón  (CUB)10.34
4.Flag of the United States.svg  Lee McRae  (USA)10.34
5.Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Haas  (FRG)10.39
6.Flag of Benin.svg  Oussen Issa Allassane  (BEN)10.68
7.Flag of Lebanon.svg  Ziad Hanna  (LIB)11.04
8.Flag of Palestine.svg  Amawi Mohd Eid Ismail  (PLE)11.56


RANKHEAT 3 wind +0.4TIME
1.Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Robson da Silva  (BRA)10.42
2.Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Achmed de Kom  (NED)10.49
3.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Vladimir Muravyov  (URS)10.53
4.Flag of Burkina Faso.svg  Harouna Pale  (BUR)10.68
5.Flag of the People's Republic of Congo.svg  Théophile Nkounkou  (CGO)10.89
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Allan Wells  (GBR)DNS
Flag of the United States Virgin Islands.svg  Greg Barnes  (ISV)DNS
Flag of the Comoros (1978-1992).svg  Youssouf Ali  (COM)DNS


RANKHEAT 4 wind +1.6TIME
1.Flag of Italy.svg  Pierfrancesco Pavoni  (ITA)10.24
2.Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Viktor Bryzgin  (URS)10.25
3.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)10.29
4.Flag of Japan.svg  Hiroki Fuwa  (JPN)10.43
5.Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Tao Li  (CHN)10.52
6.Flag of the Netherlands Antilles.svg  Julien Thode  (AHO)10.69
7.Flag of Peru.svg  Óscar Fernández  (PER)11.04
8.Flag of Malta.svg  Alan Zammit  (MLT)11.32


RANKHEAT 5 wind +0.6TIME
1.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Ben Johnson  (CAN)10.24
2.Flag of Jamaica.svg  Andrew Smith  (JAM)10.39
3.Flag of Spain.svg  José Javier Arqués  (ESP)10.41
4.Flag of Senegal.svg  Charles-Louis Seck  (SEN)10.43
5.Flag of Nigeria.svg  Patrick Nwankwo  (NGR)10.43
6.Flag of Algeria.svg  Mustapha Kamel Selmi  (ALG)10.48
7.Flag of the Turks and Caicos Islands.svg  Rodney Cox  (TCA)11.18
8.Flag of Monaco.svg  Gilbert Bessi  (MON)11.77


RANKHEAT 6 wind +1.5TIME
1.Flag of the United States.svg  Carl Lewis  (USA)10.05
2.Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Kovács  (HUN)10.26
3.Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Valentin Atanasov  (BUL)10.39
4.Flag of Cuba.svg  Ricardo Chacón  (CUB)10.43
5.Flag of Germany.svg  Dirk Schweisfurth  (FRG)10.50
6.Flag of Portugal.svg  Arnaldo Abrantes  (POR)10.64
7.Flag of Nauru.svg  Rick Hiram  (NRU)11.37
Flag of Anguilla.svg  Trevor Davis  (AIA)DNS


RANKHEAT 7 wind +2.5TIME
1.Flag of Nigeria.svg  Chidi Imoh  (NGR)10.22 w
2.Flag of Austria.svg  Andreas Berger  (AUT)10.22 w
3.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Desai Williams  (CAN)10.30 w
4.Flag of Ghana.svg  Eric Akogyiram  (GHA)10.37 w
5.Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Joilto Bonfim  (BRA)10.41 w
6.Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Jerry Jeremiah  (VAN)10.81 w
7.Flag of Maldives.svg  Ibrahim Mohamed-Waheed  (MDV)11.48 w
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Takale Tuna  (PNG)DNS

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