|3rd IAAF World Indoor Championships|
|Dates||8 March–10 March|
|Host city||Seville, Spain|
|Venue||Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo|
|Events||26 (+1 non-championship)|
|Participation||518 athletes from |
The 3rd IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics were held at the Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo in Seville, Spain from March 8 to March 10, 1991. It was the first Indoor Championships to include relay races as well as women's triple jump, albeit as a non-championship event. There were a total number of 518 athletes participated from 80 countries.
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|60 metres|| Andre Cason ||6.54|| Linford Christie ||6.55|| Chidi Imoh ||6.60|
|200 metres|| Nikolay Antonov ||20.67|| Linford Christie ||20.72|| Ade Mafe ||20.92|
|400 metres|| Devon Morris ||46.17|| Samson Kitur ||46.21|| Cayetano Cornet ||46.52|
|800 metres|| Paul Ereng ||1:47.08|| Tomás de Teresa ||1:47.82|| Simon Hoogewerf ||1:47.88|
|1500 metres|| Noureddine Morceli ||3:41.57|| Fermín Cacho ||3:42.68|| Mário Silva ||3:43.85|
|3000 metres|| Frank O'Mara ||7:41.14|
| Hammou Boutayeb ||7:43.64|| Robert Denmark ||7:43.90|
|60 metres hurdles|| Greg Foster ||7.45|| Igors Kazanovs ||7.47|| Mark McKoy ||7.49|
|5000 metres walk|| Mikhail Shchennikov ||18:23.55|
| Giovanni De Benedictis ||18:23.60|| Frants Kostyukevich ||18:47.05|
|4 × 400 metres relay|
Clifton Campbell ,
|High jump|| Hollis Conway ||2.40|| Artur Partyka ||2.37|| Javier Sotomayor ||2.31|
| Aleksey Yemelin |
|Pole vault|| Sergey Bubka ||6.00|| Viktor Ryzhenkov ||5.80|| Ferenc Salbert ||5.70|
|Long jump|| Dietmar Haaf ||8.15|| Jaime Jefferson ||8.04|| Giovanni Evangelisti ||7.93|
|Triple jump|| Igor Lapshin ||17.31|| Leonid Voloshin ||17.04|| Tord Henriksson ||16.80|
|Shot put|| Werner Günthör ||21.17|| Klaus Bodenmüller ||20.42|| Ron Backes ||20.06|
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|60 metres|| Irina Sergeyeva ||7.02|
| Merlene Ottey ||7.08|| Liliana Allen ||7.12|
|200 metres|| Merlene Ottey ||22.24|
| Irina Sergeyeva ||22.41|| Grit Breuer ||22.58|
|400 metres|| Diane Dixon ||50.64|
| Sandra Myers ||50.99|| Anita Protti ||51.41|
|800 metres|| Christine Wachtel ||2:01.51|| Violeta Beclea ||2:01.75|| Ella Kovacs ||2:01.79|
|1500 metres|| Lyudmila Rogachova ||4:05.09|| Ivana Kubešová ||4:06.22|| Tudorita Chidu ||4:06.27|
|3000 metres|| Marie-Pierre Duros ||8:50.69|| Margareta Keszeg ||8:51.51|| Lyubov Kremlyova ||8:51.90|
|60 metres hurdles|| Lyudmila Narozhilenko ||7.88|| Monique Ewanjé-Épée ||7.90|| Aliuska López ||8.03|
|3000 metres walk|| Beate Anders ||11:50.90|
| Kerry Saxby ||12:03.21|| Ileana Salvador ||12:07.67|
|4 × 400 metres relay|
|High jump|| Heike Henkel ||2.00|| Tamara Bykova ||1.97|| Heike Balck ||1.94|
|Long jump|| Larisa Berezhnaya ||6.84|| Heike Drechsler ||6.82|| Marieta Ilcu ||6.74|
|Shot put|| Sui Xinmei ||20.54|
| Huang Zhihong ||20.33|| Natalya Lisovskaya ||20.00|
|Triple jump|| Inessa Kravets ||14.44|
| Li Huirong ||13.98|| Sofiya Bozhanova ||13.62|
|Totals (25 nations)||26||26||27||79|
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