Rio 2016 Olympics: Results Of The Men’s 200m Semi Finals

The 200m semi finals served up a huge surprise in the final semi final; Justin Gaitlin (USA) and Yohan Blake of Jamaica are out of the finals. The ‘big man’ Usain Bolt and Andre De Grasse looked easy and playful in their semi final and got through to the next round with ease. Nickel Ashmeade was not so fortunate, and placed fourth in his event, at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Results of mens 200m semi finals in rio

1 Usain Bolt Jamaica 19.78s
2 Andre De Grasse Canada 19.80s
3 LaShawn Merritt United States 19.94s
4 Christophe Lemaitre France 20.01s
5 Alonso Edward Panama 20.07s
6 Adam Gemili Great Britain 20.08s
7 Ramil Guliyev Turkey 20.09s
8 Churandy Martina Netherlands 20.10s
9 Justin Gatlin United States 20.13s
10 Bruno Hortelano Spain 20.16s
11 Daniel Talbot Great Britain 20.25s
12 Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Great Britain 20.25s
13 Nickel Ashmeade Jamaica 20.31s
14 Rondel Sorrillo Trinidad & Tobago 20.33s
15 Nery Brenes Costa Rica 20.33s
16 Aaron Brown Canada 20.37s
17 Yohan Blake Jamaica 20.37s
18 Salem Eid Yaqoob Bahrain 20.43s
19 Ameer Webb United States 20.43s
20 José Carlos Herrera Mexico 20.48s
21 Ejowvokoghene Oduduru Nigeria 20.59s
22 Roberto Skyers Cuba 20.60s
23 Lykourgos-Stefanos Tsakonas Greece 20.63s
24 Matteo Galvan Italy 20.88s

 

 Schedule for Jamaican Athletes

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17

MORNING SESSION
8:55 a.m.: Women’s 800m Round 1

AFTERNOON SESSION
6:45 p.m.: Women’s 100m Hurdles semi-finals
7:15 p.m.: Women’s Long Jump Final
8:00 p.m.: Men’s 200m semi-finals
8:30 p.m.: Women’s 200m Final
8:55 p.m.: Women’s 100m Hurdles Final

 

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  1. Reblogged this on Denise N. Fyffe and commented:

    The 200m semi finals served up a huge surprise in the final semi final; Justin Gaitlin (USA) and Yohan Blake of Jamaica are out of the finals. The ‘big man’ Usain Blake and Andre De Grasse looked easy and playful in their semi final and got through to the next round with ease. Nickel Ashmeade was not so fortunate, and placed fourth in his event, at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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