History of World Championships Results: 400 Meters – Men

2019
(Doha, Qatar, October 4)
1. Steven Gardiner (Bah) 43.48
2. Anthony Zambrano (Col) 44.15
3. Fred Kerley (US) 44.17
4. Demish Gaye (Jam) 44.46
5. Kirani James (Grn) 44.54
6. Emmanuel Korir (Ken) 44.94
7. Machel Cedenio (Tri) 45.30
8. Akeem Bloomfield (Jam) 45.36
[Vernon Norwood (US) 4th in semi]
[Michael Norman (US) 7th in semi]
[Nathan Strother (US) 7th in semi]
2017
(London, August 8)
1 Wayde van Niekerk (South Africa) 43.98
2 Steven Gardiner (Bahamas) 44.41
3 Abdalelah Haroun (Qatar) 44.48
4 Baboloki Thebe (Botswana) 44.66
5 Nathon Allen (Jamaica) 44.88
6 Demish Gaye (Jamaica) 45.04
7 Fred Kerley (US) 45.23
dnc Isaac Makwala (Botswana)
[Gil Roberts (US) 3rd in semi
[Wil London (US) 5th in semi]
[LaShawn Merritt (US) 7th in semi]
2015
(Beijing, August 26)
1 Wayde van Niekerk (South Africa) 43.48
2 LaShawn Merritt (US) 43.65
3 Kirani James (Grenada) 43.78
4 Luguelín Santos (Dominican Republic) 44.11
5 Isaac Makwala (Botswana) 44.63
6 Rabah Yousif (Great Britain) 44.68
7 Machel Cedenio (Trinidad) 45.06
8 Youssef Al-Masrahi (Saudi Arabia) 45.15
[David Verburg (US) 3rd in semi]
[Bryshon Nellum (US) 5th in semi]
[Vernon Norwood (US) 6th in semi]
2013
(Moscow, August 13)
1 LaShawn Merritt (US) 43.74
2 Tony McQuay (US) 44.40
3 Luguelín Santos (Dominican Republic) 44.52
4 Jonathan Borlée (Belgium) 44.54
5 Pavel Maslák (Czech Republic) 44.91
6 Youssef Al-Masrahi (Saudi Arabia) 44.97
7 Kirani James (Grenada) 44.99
8 Anderson Henriques (Brazil) 45.03
[Arman Hall (US) 5th in heat]
2011
1 Kirani James (Grenada) 44.60
2 LaShawn Merritt (US) 44.63
3 Kevin Borlee (Belgium) 44.90
4 Jermaine Gonzales (Jamaica) 44.99
5 Jonathan Borlée (Belgium) 45.07
6 Rondell Bartholomew (Grenada) 45.45
7 Tabarie Henry (Virgin Islands) 45.55
8 Femi Ogunode (Qatar) 45.55
[Jamaal Lawrence (US) 4th in semi]
[Greg Nixon (US) 5th in semi]
[Tony McQuay (US) 6th in heat]
2009
1 LaShawn Merritt (US) 44.06
2 Jeremy Wariner (US) 44.60
3 Renny Quow (Trinidad) 45.02
4 Tabarie Henry (Virgin Islands) 45.42
5 Chris Brown (Bahamas) 45.47
6 David Gillick (Ireland) 45.53
7 Michael Bingham (Great Britain) 45.56
8 Leslie Djhone (France) 45.90
[Lionel Larry (US) 6th in semi]
[Gil Roberts (US) 5th in heat]
2007
1 Jeremy Wariner (US) 43.45
2 LaShawn Merritt (US) 43.96
3 Angelo Taylor (US) 44.32
4 Chris Brown (Bahamas) 44.45
5 Leslie Djhone (France) 44.59
6 Tyler Christopher (Canada) 44.71
7 Johan Wissman (Sweden) 44.72
8 Avard Moncur (Bahamas) 45.40
[Lionel Larry (US) dnf in heat]
2005
1 Jeremy Wariner (US) 43.93
2 Andrew Rock (US) 44.35
3 Tyler Christopher (Canada) 44.44
4 Chris Brown (Bahamas) 44.48
5 Tim Benjamin (Great Britain) 44.93
6 Brandon Simpson (Jamaica) 45.01
7 Darold Williamson (US) 45.12
8 John Steffensen (Australia) 45.46
2003
1 Tyree Washington (US) 44.77
2 Marc Raquil (France) 44.79
3 Michael Blackwood (Jamaica) 44.80
4 Leslie Djhone (France) 44.83
5 Eric Milazar (Mauritius) 45.17
6 Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 45.48
retroactive doping dq—[1] Jerome Young (US) [44.50]
retroactive doping dq—[6] Calvin Harrison (US) [44.96]
2001
1 Avard Moncur (Bahamas) 44.64
2 Ingo Schultz (Germany) 44.87
3 Greg Haughton (Jamaica) 44.98
4 Eric Milazar (Mauritius) 45.13
5 Hamdan Al-Bishi (Saudi Arabia) 45.23
6 Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 46.23
dnc Robert Mackowiak (Poland)
retroactive doping dq—[4] Antonio Pettigrew (US) [44.99]
[Leonard Byrd (US) 4th in semi]
[Jerome Young (US) retroactive doping dq—4th in semi]
[Michael Johnson (US) eligible as wild card, but did not enter]
1999
1 Michael Johnson (US) 43.18 WR, WCR
2 Sanderlei Parrela (Brazil) 44.29
3 Alejandro Cárdenas (Mexico) 44.31
4 Mark Richardson (Great Britain) 44.65
5 Greg Haughton (Jamaica) 45.07
6 Jamie Baulch (Great Britain) 45.18
retroactive doping dq—[4] Jerome Young (US) [44.36]
retroactive doping dq—[5] Antonio Pettigrew (US) [44.54]
[Jerome Davis (US) 5th in semi]
1997
1 Michael Johnson (US) 44.12
2 Davis Kamoga (Uganda) 44.37
3 Tyree Washington (US) 44.39
4 Mark Richardson (Great Britain) 44.47
5 Jerome Young (US) 44.51
6 Iwan Thomas (Great Britain) 44.52
7 Jamie Baulch (Great Britain) 45.22
retroactive doping dq—[7] Antonio Pettigrew (US) [44.57]
1995
1 Michael Johnson (US) 43.39 WCR
2 Butch Reynolds (US) 44.22
3 Greg Haughton (Jamaica) 44.56
4 Samson Kitur (Kenya) 44.71
5 Mark Richardson (Great Britain) 44.81
6 Darnell Hall (US) 44.83
7 Roger Black (Great Britain) 45.28
8 Sunday Bada (Nigeria) 45.50
1993
1 Michael Johnson (US) 43.65 WCR
2 Butch Reynolds (US) 44.13
3 Samson Kitur (Kenya) 44.54
4 Quincy Watts (US) 45.05
5 Sunday Bada (Nigeria) 45.11
6 Greg Haughton (Jamaica) 45.63
7 Simon Kemboi (Kenya) 45.65
8 Kennedy Ochieng (Kenya) 45.68
1991
1 Antonio Pettigrew (US) 44.57
2 Roger Black (Great Britain) 44.62
3 Danny Everett (US) 44.63
4 Roberto Hernández (Cuba) 44.86
5 Andrew Valmon (US) 45.09
6 Ian Morris (Trinidad) 45.12
7 Susumu Takano (Japan) 45.39
8 Mark Garner (Australia) 45.47
1987
1 Thomas Schönlebe (East Germany) 44.33
2 Innocent Egbunike (Nigeria) 44.56
3 Butch Reynolds (US) 44.80
4 Roberto Hernández (Cuba) 44.99
5 Derek Redmond (Great Britain) 45.06
6 David Kitur (Kenya) 45.34
7 Gabriel Tiacoh (Côte d’Ivoire) 46.27
8 Roddie Haley (US) 46.77
[Antonio McKay (US) 5th in quarter]
[Redmond 45.03 WCR {quarter}; Schönlebe 44.81 WCR {quarter}; Egbunike 44.26 WCR {semi}]
1983
1 Bert Cameron (Jamaica) 45.05 WCR
2 Michael Franks (US) 45.22
3 Sunder Nix (US) 45.24
4 Erwin Skamrahl (West Germany) 45.37
5 Hartmut Weber (West Germany) 45.49
6 Thomas Schönlebe (East Germany) 45.50
7 Michael Paul (Trinidad) 45.80
8 Gérson Souza (Brazil) 45.91
[Eliot Tabron (US) 6th in quarter]
[Nix 46.19 WCR {heat}; Cameron 46.11 WCR {heat}; Weber 45.74 WCR {heat}; Franks 45.57 WCR {quarter}, 45.44 WCR {semi}]