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2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro - Men's 50 km walk

 

Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Format: Final only
Date Started: August 19, 2016  
Date Finished: August 19, 2016  
 (Competitors: 63; Countries: 35)  
    Venue(s): Olympic Stadium, Estádio Olímpico João Havelange, Rio de Janeiro
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Summary by Sports-reference.com      

Slovakia'€™s [Matej Toth] was the 2015 World Champion and came to Rio as the favorite, with Australian [Jared Tallent] expected to challenge. Tallent had been silver medalist in Beijing and originally won silver in London, but was moved up to the gold medal after a doping disqualification. France'€™s [Yohann Diniz], the world record holder, took the lead and held it through 30 km. He soon succumbed to intestinal distress. The lead was then taken by Canadian [Evan Dunfee], but Tallent took over and led through 40 and 45 km. He could not hold the pace, as Toth caught him at 48 km and eventually won by 18 seconds. Japan'€™s [Hirooki Arai] was eight seconds behind Tallent, and finished 14 seconds ahead of Dunfee. Arai was soon disqualified, however, and Dunfee moved up to third place. Arai'€™s DQ was for impeding Dunfee and interfering with him, but on Japanese appeal the disqualification was overturned and Arai received the bronze medal with Dunfee fourth.

Summary by Wikipedia
     

The men's 50 kilometres race walk at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was held on 19 August. Matej Tóth, winner of the 2015 World Championships from Slovakia won the gold medal, reigning Olympic champion Jared Tallent from Australia finished second and Japanese walker Hirooki Arai took the bronze. The winning time was 3:40:58.

Canadian Evan Dunfee was awarded the bronze medal after Athletics Canada successfully filed a protest because Arai had made contact with Dunfee in the last 2km of race, but the Japanese committee appealed the decision, and the medal was reinstated for Arai

Off the start line, Vladimir Savanović went for the lead putting an immediate gap on the field and getting four minutes of worldwide television time. Before the first kilometer was over, world record holder Yohann Diniz lost his tolerance for the breakaway and went after Savanović, quickly bridging the gap. Savanovic was already showing signs of fading and disappeared back into the pack. Diniz stayed out front. Over the first 4 kilometers, the race broke up, with a lead pack of about nine separating from the larger pack of the field, with a smaller group of four stuck in between. The lead pack at 5K, already 29 seconds behind Diniz, consisted of Matej Tóth, Jared Tallent Evan Dunfee, Robert Heffernan, Andres Chocho, Horacio Nava, Yu Wei, Takayuki Tanii and Matteo Giupponi. Hirooki Arai bridged the gap and joined the lead pack.

The gap stayed consistent through 10K, but the next 5K, Diniz accelerated his pace, opening up the gap to 55 seconds. Diniz began to pick up lapped walkers already. By 20K, the pack was 1:24 behind Diniz and had over 2 minutes on the next group, with no stragglers in between. Leading up to the half way mark, Toth made a test surge, but Dunfee and the rest of the pack pulled it back except Tanii who fell off the back. Diniz had a 1:41 advantage at half way. Dunfee was the next to attack, picking up the pace by some 20 seconds over the next 5K. The back began to string out behind with Toth trying to cover the move, Tallent leading Heffernan, Arai, Yu and Chocho as the others remaining in contact. Dunfee broke away from the pack and continued to take time out of the gap to Diniz, bringing it down to 1:15.

Suddenly at the 33K mark, Diniz stopped in front of his coach. For an agonizing 1:15 Diniz stood by the railing. When Dunfee arrived, he patted Diniz on the pack and Diniz joined Dunfee in the lead. It was only until the next water stop that Diniz was able to struggle to stay with Dunfee, then the gap began to grow. Within the next half kilometer Chocho was shown the red paddle, asking him off the course. Before the 35K mark, Heffernan began to lose contact, further shrinking the pack. Diniz was caught by the next water stop, where he tried to join the back of the pack. Another 2 minutes and Diniz stopped again, falling backward onto the pavement, lying on the street. Attendants rushed to him with ice and water. Within 30 seconds, Diniz was back on his feet racing, now well behind the pack of four (Toth, Tallent, Arai and Yu) and even the straggler Heffernan. Coming in to the 39K mark, the pack quickly pulled in Dunfee. During the next kilo, Tallent was the next to attack, Arai tried to cover the move for a short distance but fell back to the pack. With the new injection of speed, Yu fell off the back. With Tallent pulling away, Toth and Arai walked together as Dunfee fell off the back. For the next 7K, Tallent extended his lead. Around 44K, Toth started to separate from Arai.

During the last half of the penultimate lap, Toth noticeably began to gain on Tallent, passing him just before the bell and pulling away. Behind them Dunfee began to see Arai come back into range. Within the next 500 meters, Dunfee had passed Arai. After falling back about 10 metres, Arai surged back on Dunfee but as he passed, Arai didn't use the width of the street, instead almost going deliberately at Dunfee's left side. The two made contact twice, Dunfee being knocked off stride as Arai suddenly gained a 10 metre advantage. A tired Dunfee struggled to find his form. Toth had built up enough of a lead he was celebrating before the crowd, accepting a Slovak flag more than 100 metres before the finish. Arai was gaining on Tallent but Tallent managed to hold his form together long enough to cross six seconds ahead of Arai. Dunfee wobbled across the finish line 14 seconds later, collapsing past the finish line. The first four finished within 40 seconds.

While Toth continued to celebrate on his feet, medical attendants had to deal with the other three finishers exhausted on the ground at the finish line. Another five minutes and four more finishers later, Diniz crossed the finish line after struggling and stopping multiple times. 19 seconds after Diniz, Caio Bonfim crossed the line to a big cheer setting the new Brazilian record. Dunfee had also set the Canadian record. After the race, Athletics Canada filed a protest based on the contact with Arai, resulting in Arai's disqualification with Dunfee being awarded third place and the bronze medal. That decision was then appealed by Japan Association of Athletics Federations and was reversed.

Records

 

Prior to this event, the world and Olympic records stood as follows:

World record  Yohann Diniz (FRA) 3:32:33 Zürich, Switzerland 15 August 2014
Olympic record  Jared Tallent (AUS) 3:36:53 London, Great Britain 11 August 2012
2016 world leading  Yohann Diniz (FRA) 3:37:48 Saint-Sébastien-sur-Loire, France 13 March 2016
        Results          
19 AUG 2016 Report Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Report: men's 50km race walk – Rio 2016 Olympic Games

One is the world record-holder, the other is the world champion. But aside from being two of the best race walkers on the planet, Yohann Diniz and Matej Toth are two very different athletes.

While Diniz raced away at the start of the men’s 50km race walk, Toth played a more patient game and waited until the last 10 minutes of the race before taking the lead. He went on to win in 3:40:58, earning the Slovak Republic’s first Olympic medal in athletics.

Diniz waited just a matter of minutes before shooting into the lead on the two-kilometre loop around the streets of Pontal. He went through 5km in a steady 22:10 with a lead of 28 seconds over Toth and defending Olympic champion Jared Tallent.

Diniz’s lead was 30 seconds at 10km and, after a 21:40 5km segment, he reached 15km in 1:05:58, by which point he was 53 seconds ahead of his nearest challengers.

His lead continued to grow. It was 1:23 at 20km and 1:40 at half way. But with Toth and Canadian record-holder Evan Dunfee pushing the pace behind, the chase pack of nine athletes started to make up ground on DIniz.

Disaster then struck for Diniz. Struggling with stomach problems, and possibly exhaustion, he stopped at about the 32km point. When Dunfee, who by this point had edged ahead of the chase pack, came past Diniz, the Frenchman started racing again.

The pair walked together for the best part of a circuit before Dunfee began to pull clear. The Pan-American 20km race walk champion continued to lead through 35km in 2:34:39 and was looking strong. Or much stronger than Diniz, at least.

Diniz eventually dropped back to join five other men in the chase pack: Toth, Tallent, Japan’s Hirooki Arai, China’s Yu Wei and Ireland’s 2013 world champion Robert Heffernan. Diniz then dramatically fell to the ground, but was back in racing a few moments later.

Dunfee opened up a significant lead, but Toth and Tallent rejoined him before the 40km point, Tallent taking the split in 2:56:54. Within the space of 10 minutes, Tallent had a 12-second lead over Toth and Arai, while Dunfee started to slip back.

At 45km, passed in 3:18:47, Tallent was 22 seconds ahead of Toth and was looking comfortable. Toth, meanwhile, was digging hard and appeared to be struggling. But looks can be deceptive.

Toth pulled clear of Arai and then began to close on Tallent. Despite Tallent’s composure and Toth’s strain, the world champion was closing on the Australian.

With the clock at 3:31:45, Toth went past Tallent. The look on Tallent’s face – showing perhaps his first real sign of strain up to that point – said it all.

Drama was unfolding behind, too. Dunfee had slipped to fourth but was gaining on world bronze medallist Arai. The Canadian dug in and went past Arai with just a couple of minutes to go. Arai responded, but collided with Dunfee, forcing him to lose momentum and fall back to fourth.

Toth’s two-second lead over Tallent at the start of the final circuit grew to 18 seconds by the end, and he crossed the line in 3:40:58 to take his second global title in as many years.

After the final turn, it looked as though Arai and even Dunfee would catch Tallent before the line. But the Australian gritted his teeth and held on to silver in a season’s best of 3:41:16.

“When Jared pushed the pace, I didn’t think I could get gold,” said Toth. “He looked very strong, fast and light. The difference at one point was 22 seconds, which I thought was too much to make up.

“When he pushed pace at 40km, I told myself that he deserves it, and that he will be a great Olympic champion. Behind him, I was just trying to achieve everything that I wanted to do.

“After 44km, I saw he was slowing down, so I tried to push. At that point I maybe wasn’t pushing to win, but I just wanted to get all of my energy from my heart and my head into the race. It was only in the last 4km that I thought I could do it.

“It was one of the hardest 50km races in my career; the conditions were even tougher than in Beijing last year,” added Toth. “It wasn’t easy for me, but everyone wants to win.”

Tallent, although disappointed to miss out on gold, was gracious in defeat.

“When I went into the lead, I really thought that this was going to be my moment to cross the line first and become Olympic champion,” he said. “But I just didn’t have it at the end. I’m pleased for Matej, though. He’s a great guy and trains really hard.”

Behind the leading two, Arai crossed the line in third place in 3:41:24 with Dunfee close behind in a national record of 3:41:38. Canadian coaching staffasked for a review of the video, at which point the referee decided that an infraction had taken place. Arai was initially disqualified for obstructing Dunfee, but the decision was later reversed after a protest from Japan.

Yu was the top Chinese finisher, taking fifth place in 3:43:00. Heffernan placed sixth in 3:43:55, while Norway’s Havard Haukenes finished strongly to take seventh in a PB of 3:46:33.

Despite all of the dramas during the race, Diniz managed to finish in a respectable 3:46:43 in eighth, while Caio Bonfim gave the home crowd something to cheer for, setting a Brazilian record of 3:47:02 in ninth place. Australia's Chris Erickson, with a PB of 3:48:40, rounded out the top 10.

Jesus Angel Garcia, making his seventh Olympic appearance, finished 20th in 3:54:29. Fellow Spaniard and world 20km race walk champion Miguel Angel Lopez failed to finish.

Jon Mulkeen for the IAAF

50 km walk Men     Final 19 August        
Rank Mark Wind   Athlete Country NOC Birth Date   Records
1 3.40.58     Matej Tóth   SVK 10 Feb 83   SB
2 3.41.16     Jared Tallent   AUS 17 Oct 84   SB
3 3.41.24     Hiroki Arai   JPN 18 May 88    
4 3.41.38     Evan Dunfee   CAN 28 Sep 90   AR , PB
5 3.43.00     Yu Wei   CHN 11 Sep 87    
6 3.43.55     Robert Heffernan   IRL 20 Feb 78   SB
7 3.46.33     Håvard Haukenes   NOR 22 Apr 90   PB
8 3.46.43     Yohann Diniz   FRA 1 Jan 78    
9 3.47.02     Caio Bonfim   BRA 19 Mar 91   NR , PB
10 3.48.40     Chris Erickson   AUS 1 Dec 81   PB
11 3.48.50     Wang Zhendong   CHN 11 Jan 91    
12 3.49.32     Quentin Rew   NZL 16 Jul 84   SB
13 3.50.53     Horacio Nava   MEX 20 Jan 82    
14 3.51.00     Takayuki Tanii   JPN 14 Feb 83    
16 3.51.35     Omar Zepeda   MEX 8 Jul 77    
17 3.51.42     Jorge Armando Ruiz   COL 17 May 89   PB
18 3.53.22     Serhiy Budza   UKR 6 Dec 84   SB
19 3.53.59     Brendan Boyce   IRL 15 Oct 86   SB
20 3.54.29     Jesús Ángel García   ESP 17 Oct 69   SB
21 3.54.40     Marco De Luca   ITA 12 May 81    
22 3.55.01     Rafał Augustyn   POL 14 May 84    
23 3.55.43     Jarkko Kinnunen   FIN 19 Jan 84    
24 3.55.51     Rafał Fedaczyński   POL 3 Dec 80    
25 3.56.07     José Ojeda   MEX 12 Nov 85    
26 3.58.25     Dušan Majdán   SVK 8 Sep 87   SB
27 3.58.59     Koichiro Morioka   JPN 2 Apr 85   SB
28 3.59.21     Aléxandros Papamihaíl   GRE 18 Sep 88   SB
29 4.01.52     Jonathan Rieckmann   BRA 20 Aug 87    
30 4.02.00     Ronal Quispe   BOL 5 Mar 89   NR , PB
31 4.02.46     Narcis Mihaila   ROU 4 Aug 87   PB
32 4.03.42     Pedro Isidro   POR 17 Jul 85   SB
33 4.04.10     Tadas Šuškevičius   LTU 22 May 85   SB
34 4.07.29     Rolando Saquipay   ECU 21 Jul 79    
35 4.07.55     Sandeep Kumar   IND 16 Dec 86   SB
36 4.08.16     Miguel Carvalho   POR 2 Sep 94   SB
37 4.08.28     Arnis Rumbenieks   LAT 4 Apr 88    
38 4.11.03     Marc Mundell   RSA 7 Jul 83    
39 4.11.51     Ivan Banzeruk   UKR 9 Feb 90    
40 4.13.02     Brendon Reading   AUS 26 Jan 89   SB
41 4.15.14     Mario Alfonso Bran   GUA 17 Oct 89    
42 4.15.53     Vladimir Savanović   SRB 12 Jun 85   SB
43 4.16.12     John Nunn   USA 3 Feb 78    
44 4.19.15     Bence Venyercsán   HUN 8 Jan 96    
45 4.19.33     Claudio Villanueva   ECU 3 Aug 88    
46 4.25.41     Nenad Filipović   SRB 5 Oct 78   SB
47 4.32.35     Han Yucheng   CHN 16 Dec 78    
48 4.32.37     Pavel Chihuán   PER 19 Jan 86    
49 4.39.48     Predrag Filipović   SRB 5 Oct 78   SB
  DQ     Edward Araya   CHI 14 Feb 86    
  DQ     Martin Tistan   SVK 12 Nov 92    
  DQ     Luis Fernando López   COL 3 Jun 79    
  DQ     Lukáš Gdula   CZE 6 Dec 91    
  DQ     Jaime Quiyuch   GUA 24 Apr 88    
  DQ     Miklós Srp   HUN 6 Mar 93    
  DQ     Teodorico Caporaso   ITA 14 Sep 87    
  DQ     Dominic King   GBR 30 May 83    
  DQ     James Rendón   COL 7 Apr 85    
  DQ     Park Chil-Sung   KOR 8 Jul 82    
  DQ     Andrés Chocho   ECU 4 Nov 83    
  DNF     Mário José dos Santos   BRA 10 Sep 79    
  DNF     Matteo Giupponi   ITA 8 Oct 88    
  DNF     José Montaña   COL 21 Mar 92    
  DNF     José Ignacio Díaz   ESP 22 Nov 79    
  DNF     Marius Cocioran   ROU 10 Jul 83    
  DNF     Sándor Rácz   HUN 14 Sep 86    
  DNF     Artur Mastianica   LTU 30 Jul 92    
  DNF     Kim Hyun-Sub   KOR 31 May 85    
  DNF     Carl Dohmann   GER 18 May 90    
  DNF     Ivan Trotski   BLR 27 May 76    
  DNF     Veli-Matti Partanen   FIN 28 Oct 91    
  DNF     Matt Bilodeau   CAN 83    
  DNF     Miguel Ángel López   ESP 3 Jul 88    
  DNF     João Vieira   POR 20 Feb 76    
  DNF     Hagen Pohle   GER 5 Mar 92    
  DNF     Alex Wright   IRL 19 Dec 90    
  DNF     Yerenman Salazar   VEN 24 Oct 78    
  DNF     Ihor Hlavan   UKR 25 Sep 90    
  DNF     Luis Campos   PER 10 Nov 95    

Quick View

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) Matej Tóth  Slovakia 3:40:58  
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Jared Tallent  Australia 3:41:16 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Hirooki Arai  Japan 3:41:24 SB
4 Evan Dunfee  Canada 3:41:38 NR
5 Yu Wei  China 3:43:00  
6 Robert Heffernan  Ireland 3:43:55  
7 Håvard Haukenes  Norway 3:46:33 PB
8 Yohann Diniz  France 3:46:43  
9 Caio Bonfim  Brazil 3:47:02 NR
10 Chris Erickson  Australia 3:48:40 PB
11 Wang Zhendong  China 3:48:50  
12 Quentin Rew  New Zealand 3:49:32  
13 Horacio Nava  Mexico 3:50:53 ~
14 Takayuki Tanii  Japan 3:51:00 ~
15 Adrian Blocki  Poland 3:51:31  
16 Omar Zepeda  Mexico 3:51:35 ~
17 Jorge Armando Ruiz  Colombia 3:51:42 > PB
18 Serhiy Budza  Ukraine 3:53:22 SB
19 Brendan Boyce  Ireland 3:53:59  
20 Jesús Ángel García  Spain 3:54:29  
21 Marco de Luca  Italy 3:54:40  
22 Rafał Augustyn  Poland 3:55:01 >
23 Jarkko Kinnunen  Finland 3:55:43  
24 Rafał Fedaczyński  Poland 3:55:51  
25 José Leyver Ojeda  Mexico 3:56:07  
26 Dušan Majdán  Slovakia 3:58:25 >> SB
27 Koichiro Morioka  Japan 3:58:59  
28 Alexandros Papamichail  Greece 3:59:21  
29 Jonathan Rieckmann  Brazil 4:01:52 ~
30 Ronald Quispe  Bolivia 4:02:00 NR
31 Narcis Stefan Mihaila  Romania 4:02:46 PB
32 Pedro Isidro  Portugal 4:03:42 ~
33 Tadas Suskevicius  Lithuania 4:04:10  
34 Rolando Saquipay  Ecuador 4:07:29  
35 Sandeep Kumar  India 4:07:55 ~
36 Miguel Carvalho  Portugal 4:08:16  
37 Arnis Rumbenieks  Latvia 4:08:28  
38 Marc Mundell  South Africa 4:11:03  
39 Ivan Banzeruk  Ukraine 4:11:51  
40 Brendon Reading  Australia 4:13:02  
41 Mario Alfonso Bran  Guatemala 4:15:14 >
42 Vladimir Savanović  Serbia 4:15:53  
43 John Nunn  United States 4:16:12  
44 Bence Venyercsán  Hungary 4:19:15  
45 Claudio Villanueva  Ecuador 4:19:33  
46 Nenad Filipovic  Serbia 4:25:41  
47 Han Yucheng  China 4:32:35 >>
48 Pavel Chihuán  Peru 4:32:37 >
49 Predrag Filipović  Serbia 4:39:48 >
Kim Hyun-sub  South Korea DNF  
Ivan Trotski  Belarus DNF >
Ihor Hlavan  Ukraine DNF  
Miguel Ángel López  Spain DNF  
Carl Dohmann  Germany DNF  
Hagen Pohle  Germany DNF >
Matteo Giupponi  Italy DNF  
Mathieu Bilodeau  Canada DNF  
Artur Mastianica  Lithuania DNF  
José Leonardo Montaña  Colombia DNF >~
Alex Wright  Ireland DNF  
Jose Ignacio Diaz  Spain DNF >>
Marius Cocioran  Romania DNF  
Sándor Rácz  Hungary DNF  
Luis Henry Campos  Peru DNF >>
Mário dos Santos  Brazil DNF  
Veli-Matti Partanen  Finland DNF  
Yerenman Salazar  Venezuela DNF  
Joao Vieira  Portugal DNF  
Edward Araya  Chile DQ >>~ R 230.7a
Teodorico Caporaso  Italy DQ ~ ~ ~ R 230.7a
Andres Chocho  Ecuador DQ ~ ~ ~ R 230.7a
Lukáš Gdula  Czech Republic DQ >>> R 230.7a
Dominic King  Great Britain DQ >>> R 230.7a
Luis Lopez  El Salvador DQ >~~ R 230.7a
Aleksi Ojala  Finland DQ >>> R 230.7a
Park Chil-sung  South Korea DQ ~ ~ ~ R 230.7a
Jaime Quiyuch  Guatemala DQ >~> R 230.7a
James Rendon  Colombia DQ ~ ~ ~ R 230.7a
Miklos Srp  Hungary DQ >~> R 230.7a
Martin Tišťan  Slovakia DQ >>> R 230.7a

Final Standings

Rk Athlete Age NOC T TW LCW BKW 5KT 5KR 10kT 10kR 15kT 15kR 20kT 20kR 25kT 25kR 30kT 30kR 35kT 35kR 40kT 40kR 45kT 45kR
1 Matej Toth 33 SVK 3-40:58 0 0 0 22:38 2 44:48 2 1-06:51 2 1-29:04 2 1-51:11 2 2-12:59 3 2-34:53 3 2-57:01 3 3-19:09 2
2 Jared Tallent 31 AUS 3-41:16 0 0 0 22:38 3 44:48 4 1-06:53 3 1-29:05 4 1-51:12 6 2-13:01 4 2-34:53 4 2-56:54 1 3-18:47 1
3 Hirooki Arai 28 JPN 3-41:24 1 1 0 22:47 12 44:49 9 1-06:54 8 1-29:05 7 1-51:11 4 2-13:02 6 2-34:53 5 2-56:58 2 3-19:13 3
4 Evan Dunfee 25 CAN 3-41:38 0 0 0 22:39 4 44:49 6 1-06:53 6 1-29:04 3 1-51:11 3 2-12:57 2 2-34:39 1 2-57:01 4 3-19:28 4
5 Yu Wei 28 CHN 3-43:00 0 0 0 22:39 8 44:49 10 1-06:53 5 1-29:05 6 1-51:12 8 2-13:02 8 2-34:53 6 2-57:02 5 3-19:44 5
6 Robbie Heffernan 38 IRL 3-43:55 0 0 0 22:39 5 44:48 3 1-06:53 7 1-29:05 9 1-51:12 5 2-13:02 5 2-34:55 7 2-57:18 6 3-20:14 6
7 Havard Haukenes 26 NOR 3-46:33 0 0 0 23:00 25 45:51 19 1-08:38 19 1-31:15 12 1-54:00 12 2-16:37 11 2-39:12 9 3-01:35 9 3-24:09 8
8 Yohann Diniz 38 FRA 3-46:43 0 0 0 22:10 1 44:18 1 1-05:58 1 1-27:41 1 1-49:31 1 2-11:29 1 2-34:47 2 2-58:27 7 3-23:06 7
9 Caio Bonfim 25 BRA 3-47:02 0 0 0 23:00 23 45:52 28 1-08:38 20 1-31:15 17 1-54:06 22 2-16:38 13 2-39:19 11 3-02:02 11 3-24:58 10
10 Chris Erickson 34 AUS 3-48:40 0 0 0 23:00 28 45:53 31 1-08:38 25 1-31:16 21 1-54:07 24 2-16:45 15 2-39:18 10 3-02:00 10 3-25:06 11
11 Wang Zhendong 25 CHN 3-48:50 0 0 0 23:01 31 45:53 30 1-08:39 28 1-31:20 29 1-54:06 23 2-17:05 21 2-40:16 17 3-03:29 14 3-26:25 13
12 Quentin Rew 32 NZL 3-49:32 0 0 0 23:00 26 45:52 29 1-08:39 26 1-31:20 27 1-54:05 15 2-16:48 18 2-39:39 12 3-02:44 12 3-26:06 12
13 Horacio Nava 34 MEX 3-50:53 1 1 0 22:39 7 44:49 7 1-06:54 10 1-29:06 10 1-51:13 9 2-13:16 9 2-36:01 8 2-59:54 8 3-24:45 9
14 Takayuki Tanii 33 JPN 3-51:00 1 1 0 22:40 9 44:49 8 1-06:54 9 1-29:05 8 1-52:01 10 2-16:37 10 2-39:59 15 3-03:45 15 3-27:21 15
15 Adrian Blocki 26 POL 3-51:31 0 0 0 23:08 37 45:59 37 1-08:39 31 1-31:20 26 1-54:00 13 2-16:47 17 2-39:43 13 3-03:07 13 3-27:10 14
16 Omar Zepeda 39 MEX 3-51:35 1 1 0 23:03 34 45:56 35 1-09:17 37 1-32:31 40 1-55:47 41 2-19:00 33 2-42:20 27 3-05:22 17 3-28:06 16
17 Jorge Armando Rui­z 27 COL 3-51:42 1 0 1 23:01 32 45:56 33 1-09:17 34 1-32:28 38 1-55:46 38 2-18:59 32 2-42:21 30 3-05:42 19 3-28:54 18
18 Serhiy Budza 31 UKR 3-53:22 0 0 0 23:31 42 46:43 43 1-09:35 40 1-32:15 33 1-55:15 31 2-18:12 26 2-41:08 20 3-04:41 16 3-28:45 17
19 Brendan Boyce 29 IRL 3-53:59 0 0 0 23:32 48 46:43 44 1-09:37 42 1-32:27 37 1-55:46 34 2-18:58 30 2-42:20 29 3-06:21 24 3-30:21 21
20 Jesus Angel Garcia 46 ESP 3-54:29 0 0 0 23:49 56 46:57 52 1-10:00 45 1-32:54 43 1-55:46 35 2-18:59 31 2-42:19 26 3-05:42 18 3-29:55 19
21 Marco De Luca 35 ITA 3-54:40 0 0 0 22:43 11 45:29 13 1-08:23 12 1-31:15 15 1-54:05 17 2-16:51 19 2-40:33 19 3-05:44 20 3-30:16 20
22 Rafal‚ Augustyn 32 POL 3-55:01 1 0 1 23:00 27 45:52 25 1-08:38 22 1-31:20 25 1-54:08 25 2-17:26 24 2-41:28 22 3-06:14 23 3-31:06 23
23 Jarkko Kinnunen 32 FIN 3-55:43 0 0 0 23:32 51 46:50 49 1-10:10 47 1-33:31 46 1-56:59 44 2-20:24 38 2-44:03 33 3-08:05 25 3-31:57 24
24 Rafal‚ Fedaczynski 35 POL 3-55:51 0 0 0 24:03 61 47:45 60 1-11:34 58 1-35:28 56 1-59:17 51 2-23:11 43 2-46:49 37 3-09:57 29 3-32:36 26
25 Jose Leyver Ojeda 30 MEX 3-56:07 0 0 0 23:31 43 46:43 42 1-09:35 41 1-32:32 41 1-55:46 36 2-18:58 29 2-42:20 28 3-06:04 22 3-30:35 22
26 Dusan Majdan 28 SVK 3-58:25 2 0 2 24:22 70 48:49 73 1-13:04 71 1-36:52 59 2-00:39 58 2-24:23 47 2-48:04 41 3-11:21 30 3-34:49 28
27 Koichiro Morioka 31 JPN 3-58:59 0 0 0 22:47 13 45:29 14 1-08:23 16 1-31:16 22 1-54:04 14 2-16:38 14 2-40:33 18 3-05:48 21 3-31:59 25
28 Alexandros Papamikhail 27 GRE 3-59:21 0 0 0 23:34 52 46:59 55 1-10:22 51 1-33:46 48 1-57:18 46 2-20:45 39 2-44:30 34 3-08:39 26 3-33:28 27
29 Jonathan Riekmann 28 BRA 4-01:52 1 1 0 23:32 49 46:50 50 1-10:18 49 1-33:46 47 1-57:12 45 2-20:24 37 2-43:45 32 3-08:53 27 3-35:21 29
30 Ronal Quispe 27 BOL 4-02:00 0 0 0 23:53 58 47:45 62 1-11:33 56 1-35:28 54 1-59:17 52 2-23:11 44 2-46:58 38 3-11:33 31 3-36:51 30
31 Narcis Mihaila 28 ROU 4-02:46 0 0 0 24:32 78 49:09 77 1-13:28 74 1-37:45 68 2-02:01 65 2-26:08 53 2-50:16 43 3-14:35 35 3-38:51 32
32 Pedro Isidro 31 POR 4-03:42 1 1 0 24:03 64 47:56 65 1-12:15 62 1-36:56 63 2-01:27 61 2-27:01 56 2-53:02 51 3-17:50 41 3-40:24 33
33 Tadas Suskevicius 31 LTU 4-04:10 0 0 0 24:04 67 47:44 59 1-11:34 59 1-35:27 52 1-59:17 53 2-23:15 45 2-47:40 39 3-12:44 32 3-38:02 31
34 Rolando Saquipay 37 ECU 4-07:29 0 0 0 23:00 24 45:51 21 1-08:39 27 1-31:20 28 1-55:57 43 2-21:59 41 2-47:41 40 3-13:53 33 3-40:51 34
35 Sandeep Kumar 30 IND 4-07:55 1 1 0 23:49 57 46:58 54 1-10:18 50 1-34:25 50 1-59:13 49 2-24:35 48 2-50:22 44 3-16:12 38 3-42:04 37
36 Miguel Carvalho 21 POR 4-08:16 0 0 0 24:24 74 48:43 70 1-12:50 66 1-36:56 61 2-01:26 60 2-25:52 51 2-50:35 46 3-15:40 36 3-41:48 36
37 Arnis Rumbenieks 28 LAT 4-08:28 0 0 0 24:23 73 48:48 71 1-13:04 73 1-37:25 67 2-01:56 64 2-26:41 55 2-51:34 48 3-17:02 40 3-43:03 38
38 Marc Mundell 33 RSA 4-11:03 0 0 0 24:31 77 49:09 76 1-13:30 75 1-38:14 69 2-03:06 68 2-27:57 58 2-53:10 53 3-18:50 43 3-45:10 39
39 Ivan Banzeruk 26 UKR 4-11:51 0 0 0 23:31 41 46:43 41 1-09:34 38 1-32:15 34 1-55:26 32 2-20:07 36 2-46:29 36 3-14:00 34 3-41:48 35
40 Brendon Reading 27 AUS 4-13:02 0 0 0 23:55 60 47:45 61 1-11:33 55 1-35:28 57 1-59:30 56 2-24:53 50 2-51:35 49 3-18:40 42 3-45:46 41
41 Mario Alfonso Bran 26 GUA 4-15:14 1 0 1 24:04 65 48:05 67 1-12:20 65 1-36:45 58 2-01:39 63 2-27:25 57 2-53:15 54 3-20:50 46 3-48:02 42
42 Vladimir Savanovic‡ 31 SRB 4-15:53 0 0 0 24:23 72 48:49 74 1-13:04 72 1-36:52 60 2-00:39 59 2-24:22 46 2-48:42 42 3-16:16 39 3-45:28 40
43 John Nunn 38 USA 4-16:12 0 0 0 24:03 62 47:49 63 1-11:35 60 1-35:28 55 1-59:29 55 2-24:51 49 2-52:30 50 3-20:16 45 3-48:20 43
44 Bence Venyercsan 20 HUN 4-19:15 0 0 0 24:05 68 48:20 69 1-12:51 67 1-37:18 66 2-03:04 67 2-29:56 62 2-57:23 56 3-24:29 48 3-52:04 45
45 Claudio Villanueva 28 ECU 4-19:33 0 0 0 23:49 55 46:57 51 1-10:23 52 1-35:13 51 2-00:38 57 2-26:22 54 2-53:25 55 3-24:02 47 3-51:45 44
46 Nenad Filipovic‡ 37 SRB 4-25:41 1 0 1 24:03 63 47:57 66 1-12:15 63 1-36:56 64 2-02:59 66 2-29:56 61 2-58:08 57 3-26:50 49 3-56:11 46
47 Han Yucheng 37 CHN 4-32:35 2 0 2 22:47 14 45:29 11 1-08:23 15 1-31:15 14 1-54:15 27 2-21:38 40 2-53:04 52 3-28:58 50 4-04:51 47
48 Pavel Chihuan 30 PER 4-32:37 1 0 1 23:31 44 46:48 48 1-10:18 48 1-34:25 49 1-59:13 50 2-29:45 60 3-02:27 58 3-33:19 51 4-06:34 48
49 Predrag Filipovic‡ 37 SRB 4-39:48 1 0 1 24:23 71 48:51 75 1-13:36 76 1-39:41 71 2-06:54 71 2-35:50 64 3-05:34 59 3-36:58 52 4-09:19 49
AC Kim Hyeon-Seop 31 KOR   0 0 0 22:59 19 45:45 17 1-08:24 17 1-31:16 23 1-54:05 19 2-17:16 23 2-41:33 23 3-16:05 37    
AC Ivan Trotsky 40 BLR   1 0 1 23:31 46 46:43 45 1-09:35 39 1-32:15 35 1-55:15 30 2-18:12 27 2-43:14 31 3-18:56 44    
AC Ihor Hlavan 25 UKR   0 0 0 22:56 15 45:45 16 1-08:23 13 1-31:15 18 1-54:05 16 2-16:47 16 2-39:46 14        
AC Miguel Angel Lopez 28 ESP   0 0 0 23:15 38 45:52 23 1-08:38 18 1-31:16 20 1-53:57 11 2-16:38 12 2-40:06 16        
AC Carl Dohmann 26 GER   0 0 0 23:04 35 45:56 34 1-09:10 33 1-32:04 32 1-54:56 29 2-17:47 25 2-41:24 21        
AC Hagen Pohle 24 GER   1 0 1 23:16 39 45:52 26 1-08:39 30 1-31:16 24 1-54:06 21 2-16:58 20 2-41:57 24        
AC Matteo Giupponi 27 ITA   0 0 0 22:40 10 45:29 12 1-08:23 14 1-31:16 19 1-54:06 20 2-17:13 22 2-42:05 25        
AC Mathieu Bilodeau 32 CAN   0 0 0 23:43 54 46:58 53 1-10:05 46 1-33:19 44 1-57:23 48 2-22:53 42 2-50:22 45        
AC Artur Mastianica 24 LTU   0 0 0 24:24 75 48:48 72 1-12:56 69 1-37:09 65 2-01:28 62 2-25:56 52 2-51:11 47        
AC Jose Leonardo Montana 24 COL   2 1 1 22:56 16 45:44 15 1-08:23 11 1-31:15 13 1-54:27 28 2-18:31 28            
AC Alex Wright 25 IRL   0 0 0 22:59 21 45:51 18 1-08:38 21 1-31:15 11 1-54:10 26 2-19:45 34            
AC Jose Ignacio Di­az 36 ESP   2 0 2 24:47 79 50:39 79 1-15:34 78 1-40:33 72 2-05:53 70 2-33:41 63            
AC Marius Cocioran 33 ROU   0 0 0 23:41 53 47:31 58 1-11:34 57 1-35:27 53 1-59:21 54                
AC Sandor Racz 29 HUN   0 0 0 25:00 80 50:08 78 1-15:34 77 1-41:31 73 2-09:11 72                
AC Lui­s Campos 20 PER   2 0 2 23:31 47 47:23 57 1-13:01 70 1-38:56 70                    
AC Mario Jose dos Santos Junior 36 BRA   0 0 0 23:00 22 45:52 22 1-08:38 24                        
AC Aku Partanen 24 FIN   0 0 0 23:32 50 46:47 47 1-11:30 54                        
AC Yerenman Salazar 37 VEN   0 0 0 23:07 36 46:44 46 1-11:37 61                        
AC Joao Vieira 40 POR   0 0 0 23:55 59 47:23 56                            
AC Park Chil-Seong 34 KOR   3 3 0 [22:59] 20 [45:52] 24 [1-08:39] 29 [1-31:34] 30 [1-55:47] 42 [2-19:49] 35 [2-45:08] 35 [3-09:55]      
AC Andres Chocho 32 ECU   3 3 0 [22:39] 6 [44:49] 5 [1-06:53] 4 [1-29:05] 5 [1-51:12] 7 [2-13:02] 7            
AC Lukas Gdula 24 CZE   3 0 3 [24:04] 66 [47:52] 64 [1-12:15] 64 [1-36:56] 62 [2-03:43] 69 [2-28:55] 59            
AC Edward Araya 30 CHI   3 1 2 [23:01] 30 [45:56] 32 [1-09:17] 35 [1-32:28] 39 [1-55:46] 37                
AC Teodorico Caporaso 28 ITA   3 3 0 [23:31] 45 [46:42] 40 [1-09:37] 43 [1-32:27] 36 [1-55:47] 39                
AC Dom King 33 GBR   3 3 0 [23:24] 40 [46:35] 38 [1-09:49] 44 [1-33:22] 45 [1-57:19] 47                
AC Aleksi Ojala 23 FIN   3 0 3 [23:01] 29 [45:52] 27 [1-08:43] 32 [1-31:46] 31 [1-55:26] 33                
AC Jaime Quiyuch 28 GUA   3 1 2 [22:59] 18 [45:51] 20 [1-08:38] 23 [1-31:15] 16 [1-54:05] 18                
AC James Rendon 31 COL   3 3 0 [23:03] 33 [45:56] 36 [1-09:17] 36 [1-32:43] 42 [1-55:47] 40                
AC Miklos Srp 23 HUN   3 1 2 [24:05] 69 [48:20] 68 [1-12:53] 68                        
AC Lui­s Lopez 22 ESA   3 2 1 [22:59] 17 [46:37] 39 [1-10:36] 53                        
AC Martin Tistan 23 SVK   3 0 3 [24:24] 76  
 
      

 

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