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Moscow 2013: how did London and Daegu winners perform?
24.08.2013
Daegu 2011 World champions' and London 2012 Olympic champions' performances in Moscow

London 2012 winners who won gold medals in Moscow:

Mo Farah (GBR, 5000 m and 10 000 m), Usain Bolt (JAM, 100 m and 200 m), Sandra Perkovic (CRO, discus throw), Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH, 10 000 m), Ashton Eaton (USA, decathlon), Brittney Reese (USA, long jump), Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM, 100 m), Yelena Lashmanova (RUS, 20 km race walk), Robert Harting (GER, discus throw), Ezekiel Kemboi KEN, 3000 m steeple), Stephen Kiprotich (UGA, marathon), Tatyana Lysenko (RUS, hammer throw), Meseret Defar (ETH, 5000 m), Valerie Adams (NZL, shot put)

London 2012 winners who didn't win gold medals in Moscow:

Tiki Gelana (ETH, marathon, DNF), Chen Ding (CHN, 20 km race walk, silver), Renaud Lavillenie (FRA, pole vault, silver), Krisztian Pars (HUN, hammer throw, silver), Jenn Suhr (USA, pole vault, silver), Kirani James (GRN, 400 m, 7th), Ivan Ukhov (RUS, high jump, 4th), Natalya Antyukh (RUS, 400 m hurdles, 6th in semi-final), Felix Sanchez (DOM, 400 m hurdles, 5th), Greg Rutherford (GBR, long jump, 8th in qualification group), Allyson Felix (USA, 200 m, DNF), Tomasz Majewski (POL, shot put, 6th), Keshorn Walcott (TRI, javelin throw, 10th in qualification group), Sally Pearson (AUS, 100 m hurdles, silver), Anna Chicherova (RUS, high jump, silver), Mariya Savinova (RUS, 800 m, silver), Christian Taylor (USA, triple jump, 4th)

Daegu 2011 champions who defended their titles in Moscow:

Edna Kiplagat (KEN, marathon), Brittney Reese (USA, long jump), Valerie Adams (NZL, shot put), Robert Harting (GER, discus throw), Ezekiel Kemboi (KEN, 3000 m steeple), Mo Farah (GBR, 5000 m), David Storl (GER, shot put), Tatyana Lysenko (RUS, hammer throw), Usain Bolt (JAM, 200 m), Asbel Kiprop (KEN, 1500 m).

Daegu 2011 champions who didn't defend their titles in Moscow:

Ibrahim Jeilan (ETH, 10 000 m, silver), Trey Hardee (USA, decathlon, DNF), Koji Murofushi (JPN, hammer throw, 6th), Amantle Montsho (BOT, 400 m, silver), Jason Richardson (USA, 110 m hurdles, 4th), Carmelita Jeter (USA, 100 m, bronze), Fabiana Murer (BRA, pole vault, 5th), Kirani James (GRN, 400 m, 7th), Jesse Williams (USA, high jump, 13th in qualification group), Olha Saladukha (UKR, triple jump, bronze), Lashinda Demus (USA, 400 m hurdles, bronze), Jenny Simpson (USA, 1500 m, silver), Dwight Phillips (USA, long jump, 11th), Sally Pearson (AUS, 100 m hurdles, silver), Anna Chicherova (RUS, high jump, silver), Mariya Savinova (RUS, 800 m, silver), Mariya Abakumova (RUS, javelin throw, bronze).