History of World Championships Results: 400 Meters – Men

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}]