|Women's 100 metres|
at the Games of the XXIII Olympiad
|Venue||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|Date||4 August 1984 (heats, quarter-finals)|
5 August 1984 (semi-final, final)
|Competitors||46 from 33 nations|
|Winning time||10.97 OR|
| Athletics at the|
1984 Summer Olympics
|100 m hurdles||women|
|110 m hurdles||men|
|400 m hurdles||men||women|
|4×100 m relay||men||women|
|4×400 m relay||men||women|
|20 km walk||men|
|50 km walk||men|
The women's 100m metres was an event at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. The final was held on August 5, 1984.
The heats were held on 1984-08-04.
|1||Jeanette Bolden||United States||11.25||Q|
|4||Gillian Forde||Trinidad and Tobago||11.76||Q|
|5||Ruth Enang Mesode||Cameroon||11.81||Q|
|7||Barbara Ingiro||Papua New Guinea||12.19|
|8||Eugenia Osho-Williams||Sierra Leone||12.57|
|4||Françoise M'Pika||Republic of the Congo||12.54||Q|
|1||Evelyn Ashford||United States||11.06||Q|
|3||Heather Oakes||Great Britain||11.32||Q|
|7||Jabou Jawo||The Gambia||12.10||NR|
|1||Alice Brown||United States||11.15||Q|
|4||Esmeralda de Jesus Garcia||Brazil||11.63||Q|
|6||Evelyn Farrell||Netherlands Antilles||11.94|
|7||Lee Young-sook||South Korea||12.06|
|8||Divina Estrella||Dominican Republic||12.25|
|3||Shirley Thomas||Great Britain||11.91||Q|
|4||Felicia Candelario||Dominican Republic||12.12||Q|
|7||Grace Ann Dinkins||Liberia||12.35|
|2||Heidi-Elke Gaugel||West Germany||11.38||Q|
|5||Angela Williams||Trinidad and Tobago||11.74||Q|
|6||Lydia de Vega||Philippines||11.85||q|
|7||Ruperta Charles||Antigua and Barbuda||12.04|
The quarterfinals were held on 1984-08-04.
|1||Evelyn Ashford||United States||11.21||Q|
|3||Heidi-Elke Gaugel||West Germany||11.50||Q|
|6||Angela Williams||Trinidad and Tobago||11.89|
|5||Gillian Forde||Trinidad and Tobago||11.86|
|6||Lydia de Vega||Philippines||11.97|
|7||Shirley Thomas||Great Britain||12.13|
|8||Francoise Mpika||Republic of the Congo||12.60|
|1||Alice Brown||United States||11.35||Q|
|3||Heather Oakes||Great Britain||11.54||Q|
|–||Felicia Candelario||Dominican Republic||DNS|
|2||Jeanette Bolden||United States||11.42||Q|
|6||Esmeralda de Jesus Garcia||Brazil||11.82|
|7||Ruth Enang Mesode||Cameroon||12.02|
The semifinals were held on 1984-08-05.
|1||Evelyn Ashford||United States||11.03||Q|
|1||Alice Brown||United States||11.31||Q|
|2||Jeanette Bolden||United States||11.48||Q|
|4||Heather Oakes||Great Britain||11.57||Q|
|6||Heidi-Elke Gaugel||West Germany||11.62|
|Evelyn Ashford||United States||10.97||OR|
|Alice Brown||United States||11.13|
|4||Jeanette Bolden||United States||11.25|
|7||Heather Oakes||Great Britain||11.43|
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