MEDAL COUNT: 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships

A list of all the medalists from the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England.

Top Five Countries:

RANK
COUNTRY
G
S
B
TOTAL
1
United States
6
10
2
18
2
Great Britain
2
1
4
7
3
Ethiopia
4
1
0
5
3
Poland
2
2
1
5
5
France
2
0
1
3
5
Germany
0
1
2
3
5
Netherlands
0
1
2
3

Medalists By Event:

EVENT
PL
ATHLETE
COUNTRY
60
G
Christian Coleman
United States
60
S
Su Bingtian
China
60
B
Ronnie Baker
United States
400
G
Pavel Maslák
Czech Republic
400
S
Michael Cherry
United States
400
B
Deon Lendore
Trinidad and Tobago
800
G
Adam Kszczot
Poland
800
S
Drew Windle
United States
800
B
Saúl Ordóñez
Spain
1500
G
Samuel Tefera
Ethiopia
1500
S
Marcin Lewandowski
Poland
1500
B
Abdelaati Iguider
Morocco
3000
G
Yomif Kejelcha
Ethiopia
3000
S
Selemon Barega
Ethiopia
3000
B
Bethwell Birgen
Kenya
60H
G
Andrew Pozzi
Great Britain
60H
S
Jarret Eaton
United States
60H
B
Aurel Manga
France
4x400
G
-
Poland
4x400
S
-
United States
4x400
B
-
Belgium
HJ
G
Danil Lysenko
Russia
HJ
S
Mutaz Essa Barshim
Qatar
HJ
B
Mateusz Przybylko
Germany
PV
G
Renaud Lavillenie
France
PV
S
Sam Kendricks
United States
PV
B
Piotr Lisek
Poland
LJ
G
Juan Miguel Echevarría
Cuba
LJ
S
Luvo Manyonga
South Africa
LJ
B
Marquis Dendy
United States
TJ
G
Will Claye
United States
TJ
S
Almir dos Santos
Brazil
TJ
B
Nelson Évora
Portugal
SP
G
Tomas Walsh
New Zealand
SP
S
David Storl
Germany
SP
B
Tomáš Staněk
Czech Republic
HEP
G
Kevin Mayer
France
HEP
S
Damian Warner
Canada
HEP
B
Maicel Uibo
Estonia
EVENT
PL
ATHLETE
COUNTRY
60
G
Murielle Ahouré
Ivory Coast
60
S
Marie-Josée Ta Lou
Ivory Coast
60
B
Mujinga Kambundji
Switzerland
400
G
Courtney Okolo
United States
400
S
Shakima Wimbley
United States
400
B
Eilidh Doyle
Great Britain
800
G
Francine Niyonsaba
Burundi
800
S
Ajeé Wilson
United States
800
B
Shelayna Oskan-Clarke
Great Britain
1500
G
Genzebe Dibaba
Ethiopia
1500
S
Laura Muir
Great Britain
1500
B
Sifan Hassan
Netherlands
3000
G
Genzebe Dibaba
Ethiopia
3000
S
Sifan Hassan
Netherlands
3000
B
Laura Muir
Great Britain
60H
G
Kendra Harrison
United States
60H
S
Christina Manning
United States
60H
B
Nadine Visser
Netherlands
4x400
G
-
United States
4x400
S
-
Poland
4x400
B
-
Great Britain
HJ
G
Mariya Lasitskene
Russia
HJ
S
Vashti Cunningham
United States
HJ
B
Alessia Trost
Italy
PV
G
Sandi Morris
United States
PV
S
Anzhelika Sidorova
Russia
PV
B
Katerina Stefanidi
Greece
LJ
G
Ivana Španović
Serbia
LJ
S
Brittney Reese
United States
LJ
B
Sosthene Moguenara-Taroum
Germany
TJ
G
Yulimar Rojas
Venezuela
TJ
S
Kimberly Williams
Jamaica
TJ
B
Ana Peleteiro
Spain
SP
G
Anita Márton
Hungary
SP
S
Danniel Thomas-Dodd
Jamaica
SP
B
Gong Lijiao
China
PEN
G
Katarina Johnson-Thompson
Great Britain
PEN
S
Ivona Dadic
Austria
PEN
B
Yorgelis Rodríguez
Cuba

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