Mobile Site You Are Here >  >  >  >  > Men's Long Jump

Athletics at the 2004 Athina Summer Games:

Men's Long Jump

Athletics at the 2004 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games ▪ Next Summer Games

Events:
Phases:

Host City: Athina, Greece
Venue(s): Olympic Stadium, Athens Olympic Sports Complex Spiros Loues, Maroussi
Date Started: August 24, 2004
Date Finished: August 26, 2004

Gold: USA Dwight Phillips
Silver: USA John Moffitt
Bronze: ESP Joan Lino Martínez

Summary

American Dwight Phillips was the favorite, having won the Olympic Trials and leading the world list with 8.60 (28-2¾). He had also won the 2003 World Championships. The competition was over early in Athina, as Phillips opened the final with 8.59 (28-2¼) – it would be his best mark and would win the gold medal. He had only one other fair mark, 8.35 (27-4¾) in the final round, and passed rounds 4-5. Behind him, American John Moffitt won the silver medal with his fifth round mark of 8.47 (27-9½), surpassing Spaniard Joan Lino Martínez who had jumped 8.32 (27-3¾) in round two. Defending champion Iván Pedroso (CUB) was back in the final, but finished seventh, now past his best years.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Dwight Phillips 26 United States USA Gold
2 John Moffitt 23 United States USA Silver
3 Joan Lino Martínez 26 Spain ESP Bronze
4 James Beckford 29 Jamaica JAM
5 Chris Tomlinson 22 Great Britain GBR
6 Ignisious Gaisah 21 Ghana GHA
7 Iván Pedroso 31 Cuba CUB
8 Bogdan Ţărus 29 Romania ROU
9 Vitaly Shkurlatov 25 Russia RUS
10 Jonathan Chimier 22 Mauritius MRI
11 Yago Lamela 27 Spain ESP
12 Salim Sdiri 25 France FRA
13 QR Petar Dachev 25 Bulgaria BUL
14 QR Kafétien Gomis 24 France FRA
15 QR Víctor Castillo 23 Venezuela VEN
16 QR Kirill Sosunov 28 Russia RUS
17 QR Nikolay Atanasov 29 Bulgaria BUL
18 QR Volodymyr Ziuskov 22 Ukraine UKR
19 QR Nicola Trentin 30 Italy ITA
20 QR Kareem Streete-Thompson 31 Cayman Islands CAY
21 QR Osbourne Moxey 25 Bahamas BAH
22 QR Louis Tsatoumas 22 Greece GRE
23 QR Walter Davis 25 United States USA
24 QR Tarik Bougtaïb 23 Morocco MAR
25 QR Gable Garenamotse 27 Botswana BOT
26 QR Siniša Ergotić 35 Croatia CRO
27 QR Ndiss Kaba Badji 20 Senegal SEN
28 QR Yann Domenech 25 France FRA
29 QR Shinichi Terano 25 Japan JPN
30 QR Yahya Berrabah 22 Morocco MAR
31 QR Nils Winter 27 Germany GER
32 QR Jadel Gregório 23 Brazil BRA
33 QR Gaspar Araújo 22 Portugal POR
34 QR Zhou Can 25 China CHN
35 QR Dimitrios Filindras 31 Greece GRE
36 QR Irving Saladino 21 Panama PAN
37 QR Abdul Rahman Al-Nubi 24 Qatar QAT
38 QR Tamás Margl 28 Hungary HUN
39 QR Gregor Cankar 29 Slovenia SLO
AC QR Dimitrios Serelis 24 Greece GRE