1994 IAAF World Cup

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The 7th IAAF World Cup in Athletics was an international track and field sporting event sponsored by the International Association of Athletics Federations, held on September 9–11, 1994, at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre in London, England.

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Overall results

Men

Pos.TeamResult
1Africa115
2Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 111
3Americas95
4Europe91
5Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 85,5
6Flag of the United States.svg  United States 78
7Asia75
8Oceania62,5
 

Women

Pos.TeamResult
1Europe111
2Americas98
3Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 79
4Africa78
5Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 73
6Asia67
7Oceania57
8Flag of the United States.svg  United States 48

Results summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Linford Christie  (GBR)
Great Britain
10.21Flag of Nigeria.svg  Olapade Adeniken  (NGR)
Africa
10.25Flag of Qatar.svg  Talal Mansour  (QAT)
Asia
10.31
200 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Regis  (GBR)
Great Britain
20.45Flag of Namibia.svg  Frankie Fredericks  (NAM)
Africa
20.55Flag of Norway.svg  Geir Moen  (NOR)
Europe
20.72
400 metresFlag of the United States.svg  Antonio Pettigrew  (USA)
United States
45.26Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Du'aine Ladejo  (GBR)
Great Britain
45.44Flag of Brazil.svg  Inaldo Sena  (BRA)
Americas
45.67
800 metresFlag of the United States.svg  Mark Everett  (USA)
United States
1:46.02Flag of Kenya.svg  William Tanui  (KEN)
Africa
1:46.84Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Craig Winrow  (GBR)
Great Britain
1:47.16
1500 metresFlag of Algeria.svg  Noureddine Morceli  (ALG)}
Africa
3:34.70Flag of Germany.svg  Rüdiger Stenzel  (GER)
Germany
3:40.04Flag of Qatar.svg  Mohamed Suleiman  (QAT)
Asia
3:40.52
5000 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Brahim Lahlafi  (MAR)
Africa
13:27.96Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Nuttall  (GBR)
Great Britain
13:32.47Flag of Germany.svg  Martin Bremer  (GER)
Germany
13:33.57
10,000 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Khalid Skah  (MAR)
Africa
27:38.74Flag of Argentina.svg  Antonio Silio  (ARG)
Americas
28:16.54Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Robert Denmark  (GBR)
Great Britain
28:20.65
110 metre hurdlesFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Jarrett  (GBR)
Great Britain
13.23Flag of the United States.svg  Allen Johnson  (USA)
United States
13.29Flag of Cuba.svg  Emilio Valle  (CUB)
Americas
13.45
400 metre hurdlesFlag of Zambia.svg  Samuel Matete  (ZAM)
Africa
48.77Flag of Ukraine.svg  Oleg Tverdokhleb  (UKR)
Europe
49.26Flag of Brazil.svg  Eronilde de Araújo  (BRA)
Americas
49.62
3000 metre steeplechaseFlag of Kenya.svg  Moses Kiptanui  (KEN)
Africa
8:28.28Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saad Shaddad Al-Asmari  (KSA)
Asia
8:35.74Flag of Italy.svg  Alessandro Lambruschini  (ITA)
Europe
8:40.34
4×100 metre relayGreat Britain
Darren Braithwaite
Tony Jarrett
John Regis
Linford Christie
38.46Africa
Frank Nwankpa
Emmanuel Tuffour
Oluyemi Kayode
Olapade Adeniken
38.97United States
Mark Witherspoon
Roland McGhee
Marcel Carter
Sam Jefferson
39.33
4×400 metre relayGreat Britain
David McKenzie
Du'aine Ladejo
Jamie Baulch
Roger Black
3:01.34Africa
Simon Kemboi
Samuel Matete
Samson Kitur
Sunday Bada
3:02.66Europe
Mathias Rusterholz
Stéphane Diagana
Mikhail Vdovin
Dmitriy Golovastov
3:03.26
High jumpFlag of Cuba.svg  Javier Sotomayor  (CUB)
Americas
2.40Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Tim Forsyth  (AUS)
Oceania
2.28Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Steve Smith  (GBR)
Great Britain
2.28
Pole vaultFlag of South Africa.svg  Okkert Brits  (RSA)
Africa
5.90Flag of France.svg  Jean Galfione  (FRA)
Europe
5.75Flag of Cuba.svg  Alberto Manzano  (CUB)
Americas
Flag of Germany.svg  Andrei Tivontchik  (GER)
Germany
5.40
Long jumpFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Fred Salle  (GBR)
Great Britain
8.10Flag of Brazil.svg  Douglas de Souza  (BRA)
Americas
7.96Flag of the United States.svg  Dion Bentley  (USA)
United States
7.93
Triple jumpFlag of Cuba.svg  Yoelbi Quesada  (CUB)
Americas
17.61Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Julian Golley  (GBR)
Great Britain
17.06Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Oleg Sakirkin  (KAZ)
Asia
16.81
Shot putFlag of the United States.svg  C. J. Hunter  (USA)
United States
19.92Flag of Ukraine.svg  Aleksandr Klimenko  (UKR)
Europe
19.16Flag of New Zealand.svg  Courtney Ireland  (NZL)
Oceania
18.93
Discus throwFlag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg  Vladimir Dubrovshchik  (BLR)
Europe
64.54Flag of Cuba.svg  Alexis Elizalde  (CUB)
Americas
61.50Flag of Nigeria.svg  Adewale Olukoju  (NGR)
Africa
60.22
Hammer throwFlag of Tajikistan.svg  Andrey Abduvaliyev  (TJK)
Asia
81.72Flag of the United States.svg  Lance Deal  (USA)
United States
81.14Flag of Germany.svg  Heinz Weis  (GER)
Germany
80.32
Javelin throwFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Steve Backley  (GBR)
Great Britain
85.02Flag of Germany.svg  Raymond Hecht  (GER)
Germany
84.36Flag of New Zealand.svg  Gavin Lovegrove  (NZL)
Oceania
82.28

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of Russia.svg  Irina Privalova  (RUS)
Europe
11.32Flag of Cuba.svg  Liliana Allen  (CUB)
Americas
11.50Flag of Nigeria.svg  Mary Onyali  (NGR)
Africa
11.52
200 metresFlag of Jamaica.svg  Merlene Ottey  (JAM)
Americas
22.23Flag of Russia.svg  Irina Privalova  (RUS)
Europe
22.51Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Cathy Freeman  (AUS)
Oceania
22.72
400 metresFlag of Russia.svg  Irina Privalova  (RUS)
Europe
50.62Flag of Nigeria.svg  Fatima Yusuf  (NGR)
Africa
50.80Flag of the United States.svg  Jearl Miles  (USA)
United States
51.24
800 metresFlag of Mozambique.svg  Maria Mutola  (MOZ)
Africa
1:58.27Flag of Brazil.svg  Luciana Mendes  (BRA)
Americas
2:00.13Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg  Natalya Dukhnova  (BLR)
Europe
2:02.81
1500 metresFlag of Algeria.svg  Hassiba Boulmerka  (ALG)
Africa
4:01.05Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Angela Chalmers  (CAN)
Americas
4:01.73Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Kelly Holmes  (GBR)
Great Britain
4:10.81
3000 metresFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Yvonne Murray  (GBR)
Great Britain
8:56.81Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Robyn Meagher  (CAN)
Americas
9:05.81Flag of Romania.svg  Gabriela Szabo  (ROU)
Europe
9:15.16
10,000 metresFlag of South Africa.svg  Elana Meyer  (RSA)
Africa
30:52.51Flag of Portugal.svg  Fernanda Ribeiro  (POR)
Europe
31:04.25Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Wei Li  (CHN)
Asia
32:37.94
100 metre hurdlesFlag of Cuba.svg  Aliuska López  (CUB)
Americas
12.91Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Svetla Dimitrova  (BUL)
Europe
12.95Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jacqui Agyepong  (GBR)
Great Britain
13.02
400 metre hurdlesFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Sally Gunnell  (GBR)
Great Britain
54.80Flag of Germany.svg  Silvia Rieger  (GER)
Germany
56.14Flag of Russia.svg  Anna Knoroz  (RUS)
Europe
56.63
4×100 metre relayAfrica
Faith Idehen
Mary Tombiri
Christy Opara-Thompson
Mary Onyali
42.92Germany
Andrea Philipp
Silke Lichtenhagen
Silke Knoll
Melanie Paschke
43.22Oceania
Monique Miers
Cathy Freeman
Melinda Gainsford
Michelle Seymour
43.36
4×400 metre relayGreat Britain
Phylis Smith
Linda Keough
Melanie Neef
Sally Gunnell
3:27.36Germany
Karin Janke
Uta Rohländer
Heike Meißner
Anja Rücker
3:27.59Americas
Nancy McLeón
Sandie Richards
Idalmis Bonne
Julia Duporty
3:27.91
High jumpFlag of Slovenia.svg  Britta Bilač  (SLO)
Europe
1.91Flag of South Africa.svg  Charmaine Weavers  (RSA)
Africa
1.91Flag of Cuba.svg  Silvia Costa  (CUB)
Americas
1.91
Long jumpFlag of Ukraine.svg  Inessa Kravets  (UKR)
Europe
7.00Flag of Cuba.svg  Niurka Montalvo  (CUB)
Americas
6.70Flag of Nigeria.svg  Christy Opara-Thompson  (NGR)
Africa
6.66
Triple jumpFlag of Russia.svg  Anna Biryukova  (RUS)
Europe
14.46Flag of the United States.svg  Sheila Hudson-Strudwick  (USA)
United States
14.00Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Ren Ruiping  (CHN)
Asia
13.84
Shot putFlag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Huang Zhihong  (CHN)
Asia
19.45Flag of Cuba.svg  Belsy Laza  (CUB)
Americas
19.07Flag of Germany.svg  Astrid Kumbernuss  (GER)
Germany
18.89
Discus throwFlag of Germany.svg  Ilke Wyludda  (GER)
Germany
65.30Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg  Ellina Zvereva  (BLR)
Europe
63.86Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Daniela Costian  (AUS)
Oceania
63.38
Javelin throwFlag of Norway.svg  Trine Hattestad  (NOR)
Europe
66.48Flag of Cuba.svg  Isel López  (CUB)
Americas
61.40Flag of Germany.svg  Karen Forkel  (GER)
Germany
61.26

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