2005 World Championships in Athletics - Men's 50 km Walk

__NOTOC__The 50 km race walk at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics was held on August 12 in the streets of Helsinki with the goal line situated in the Helsinki Olympic Stadium.

Results

Finishing times

# 3:38:08 (PB)
# 3:41:25
# 3:41:54 (NR)
# 3:44:04 (NR)
# 3:44:45
# 3:49:01
# 3:49:55 (SB)
# 3:51:15
# 3:53:57
# 3:55:02
# 3:55:48
# 3:57:56
# 3:58:32
# 3:59:31
# 3:59:35
# 4:01:25 (SB)
# 4:01:54 (SB)
# 4:05:44
# 4:06:23 (SB)
# 4:08:12
# 4:10:30
# 4:22:17
# 4:25:27

Athletes who did not finish

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Athletes disqualified

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External links

* [http://www.iaaf.org/WCH05/results/gender=M/discipline=50KR/combCode=hash/roundCode=f/index.html IAAF results]


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