400m final record

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The 400 metre race takes place over one lap of the Olympic track. Athletes have to negotiate three bends and be well placed to accelerate in the home straight to cross the finishing line first.

One of the best known 400m figures is America€™s Michael Johnson (now a regular member of the BBC€™s commentary team) who still holds the World Record for the men€™s event at 43.18secs which he set in 1999. Kirana James of Grenada is the current Olympic champion.

The current Women's Olympic Champion is USA's Sanya Richards-Ross. The world record for this event is held by Marita Koch of Germany, who recorded a time of 47.60 in Canberra in 1985 still thought to be outside the reach of modern day athletes.

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2016 Olympic 400m Mens Result

Final - Monday 15th August 2016

Result Athlete Nationality Time
1st Wayde van Niekirk South Africa 43.03 (New WR)
2nd Kirani James Grenada 43.76
3rd LaShawn Merritt USA 43.85

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2016 Olympic Womens 400m Final Result

Final: Tuesday 16th August 2016

Result Athlete Nationality Time
1st Shaunae Miller Bahamas 49.44
2nd Allyson Felix USA 49.51
3rd Shericka Jackson Jamaica 49.85

400m Medallists - Men

Year Host Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens United States Thomas Burke United States Herbert Jamison Great Britain Charles Gmelin
1900 Paris United States Maxie Long United States William Holland Denmark Ernst Schultz
1904 St. Louis United States Harry Hillman United States Frank Waller United States Herman Groman
1908 London Great Britain Wyndham Halswelle Not Awarded Not Awarded
1912 Stockholm United States Charles Reidpath Germany Hanns Braun United States Edward Lindberg
1920 Antwerp South Africa Bevil Rudd Great Britain Guy Butler Sweden Nils Engdahl
1924 Paris Great Britain Eric Liddell United States Horatio Fitch Great Britain Guy Butler
1928 Amsterdam United States Ray Barbuti Canada James Ball Germany Joachim Buchner
1932 Los Angeles United States Bill Carr United States Ben Eastman Canada Alex Wilson
1936 Berlin United States Archie Williams Great Britain Godfrey Brown United States James LuValle
1948 London Jamaica Arthur Wint Jamaica Herb McKenley United States Mal Whitfield
1952 Helsinki Jamaica George Rhoden Jamaica Herb McKenley United States Ollie Matson
1956 Melbourne United States Charles Jenkins Germany Karl-Friedrich Haas Finland Voitto Hellsten
Soviet Union Ardalion Ignatyev
1960 Rome United States Otis Davis Germany Carl Kaufmann South Africa Malcolm Spence
1964 Tokyo United States Mike Larrabee Trinidad And Tobago Wendell Mottley Poland Andrzej Badenski
1968 Mexico City United States Lee Evans United States Larry James United States Ron Freeman
1972 Munich United States Vincent Matthews United States Wayne Collett Kenya Julius Sang
1976 Montreal Cuba Alberto Juantorena United States Fred Newhouse United States Herman Frazier
1980 Moscow Soviet Union Viktor Markin Australia Rick Mitchell East Germany Frank Schaffer
1984 Los Angeles United States Alonzo Babers Ivory Coast Gabriel Tiacoh United States Antonio McKay
1988 Seoul United States Steve Lewis United States Butch Reynolds United States Danny Everett
1992 Barcelona United States Quincy Watts United States Steve Lewis Kenya Samson Kitur
1996 Atlanta United States Michael Johnson Great Britain Roger Black Uganda Davis Kamoga
2000 Sydney United States Michael Johnson United States Alvin Harrison Jamaica Greg Haughton
2004 Athens United States Jeremy Wariner United States Otis Harris United States Derrick Brew
2008 Beijing United States LaShawn Merritt United States Jeremy Wariner United States David Neville
2012 London Kirani James Luguelin Santos Trinidad And TobagoLalonde Gordon

400m Medallists - Women

Year Host Gold Silver Bronze
1964 Tokyo Australia Betty Cuthbert Great Britain Ann Packer Australia Judy Amoore
1968 Mexico City France Colette Besson Great Britain Lillian Board Soviet Union Natalya Pechonkina
1972 Munich East Germany Monika Zehrt West Germany Rita Wilden United States Kathy Hammond
1976 Montreal Poland Irena Szewiska East Germany Christina Brehmer East Germany Ellen Streidt
1980 Moscow East Germany Marita Koch Czechoslovakia Jarmila Kratochvilova East Germany Christina Lathan
1984 Los Angeles United States Valerie Brisco-Hooks United States Chandra Cheeseborough Great Britain Kathy Smallwood-Cook
1988 Seoul Soviet Union Olga Bryzgina East Germany Petra Muller Soviet Union Olga Nazarova
1992 Barcelona France Marie-Jose Perec Unified Team Olga Bryzgina Colombia Ximena Restrepo
1996 Atlanta France Marie-Jose Perec Australia Cathy Freeman Nigeria Falilat Ogunkoya
2000 Sydney Australia Cathy Freeman Jamaica Lorraine Graham Great Britain Katharine Merry
2004 Athens Bahamas Tonique Williams-Darling Mexico Ana Guevara Russia Natalya Antyukh
2008 Beijing Great Britain Christine Ohuruogu Jamaica Shericka Williams United States Sanya Richards
2012 London United StatesSanya Richards-Ross Great BritainChristine Ohurougu United StatesDeeDee Trotter
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