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• World Championships Qualifying Standards Released

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Last night in Monaco, IAAF officially released the 2019 Doha World Athletics Champiompionships qualifying standards.

World Championships in Doha, Qatar will be held next year between September 27 and October 6.

At first, the IAAF designed a world ranking system to determine which athletes would qualify for Worlds championships.  However, after criticisms from athletes, coaches, and member federations, IAAF council decided to use the qualifying system from the 2017 championships.

The main way to qualify for these championships is by achieving IAAF standard. 

Download PDF here to see the IAAF qualifying system.

IAAF 2019 Doha World Championships Standards

Men # Event # Women
10.10 48 100m 48 11.24
20.40 56 200m  56 23.02
45.30 48 400m  48 51.80
01:45.80 48 800m  48 02:00.60
3:36.00 (3:53.10) 45 1500m (Mile) 45 4:06.50 (4:25.20)
13:22.00 42 5000m 42 15:22.00
27:40.00 27 10,000m 27 31:50.00
2:16:00 100 Marathon 100 2:37:00
08:29.00 45 Marathon 45 09:40.00
13.46 40 110m H / 100m H 40 12.98
49.30 40 400m H 40 56.00
2.30 32 High Jump  32 1.94
5.71 32 Pole Vault 32 4.56
8.17 32 Long Jump 32 6.72
16.95 32 Triple Jump 32 14.20
20.70 32 Shot Put 32 18.00
65.00 32  Discus Throw 32 61.20
76.00 32 Hammer Throw 32 71.00
83.00 32 Javelin Throw 32 61.50


Heptathlon 24 6300
8200 24 Decathlon

1:22:30 60 20km Race Walk 60 1:33:30
3:59:00 50  50km Race Walk 30 4:30:00
Top 10 at IWR + 6 from Top Lists 16 4x100m 16 Top 10 at IWR + 6 from Top Lists
Top 10 at IWR + 6 from Top Lists 16 4x400m 16 Top 10 at IWR + 6 from Top Lists
Top 10 at IWR + 4 from Top Lists 16 4x400m Mixed 16 Top 10 at IWR + 4 from Top Lists



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