1999 African Junior Athletics Championships

4th African Junior Championships
Host city Tunis, Tunisia
Date(s) 22 – 25 July
Level Under-20
Events 43

The 1999 African Junior Athletics Championships was the fourth edition of the biennial, continental athletics tournament for African athletes aged 19 years or younger. It was held in Tunis, Tunisia, from 22–25 July. A total of 43 events were contested, 22 by men and 21 by women.[1]

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Harry Adu-Mfum (GHA) 10.52 Souleymane Meité (CIV) 10.70 Eric Appiah (GHA) 10.74
200 metres Paul Gorries (RSA) 21.19 Fernando Augustin (MRI) 21.42 Harry Adu-Mfum (GHA) 21.73
400 metres Ousmane Niang (SEN) 47.41 Fernando Augustin (MRI) 47.70 California Molefe (BOT) 48.03
800 metres Mbulaeni Mulaudzi (RSA) 1:49.13 Vincent Kemboi (KEN) 1:49.66 Abdelkabir Louraïbi (MAR) 1:50.47
1500 metres Peter Kipkoech (KEN) 3:45.81 Rashid Ramzi (MAR) 3:47.13 Reda Khaldi (ALG) 3:50.10
5000 metres Reuben Kamzee (KEN) 13:43.30 Duncan Lebo (KEN) 13:46.48 Driss Benismail (MAR) 14:11.11
10,000 metres Duncan Lebo (KEN) 29:59.27 Reuben Kamzee (KEN) 29:59.34 Jeffrey Gwebu (RSA) 30:21.93
110 metres hurdles
(Wind: +2.3 m/s)
Ryan Jackson (RSA) 14.60 w Selwyn Lieutier (MRI) 14.79 w Hamdi Mhirsi (TUN) 15.00 w
400 metres hurdles Alwyn Myburgh (RSA) 51.03 Mohamed Mouhlal (MAR) 52.13 Héni Kéchi (TUN) 52.51
3000 metres steeplechase Raymond Yator (KEN) 8:19.84 Christopher Soget (KEN) 8:20.07 Abdelatif Chemlal (MAR) 8:45.78
4×100 m relay South Africa (RSA)
Daniel Mahlangu
Ryan Jackson
Tshepo Thobelangope
Paul Gorries
41.42 Ghana (GHA)
Eric Appiah
Seidu Duah
Anthony Essumang
Harry Adu-Mfum
41.74 Botswana (BOT)
Tshepho Kelaotswe
Albert Kelebele
California Molefe
Otawsitse Kamopede
42.02
4×400 m relay South Africa (RSA)
Tshepo Thobelangope
Molensi Mpholaleng
Alwyn Myburgh
Paul Gorries
3:13.01 Tunisia (TUN)
Khabab Bousnina
Héni Kéchi
Selim Medersi
Laroussi Titi
3:15.75 Botswana (BOT)
Othusistse Ramophedi
Tshepho Kelaotswe
Albert Kelebele
California Molefe
3:20.00
10,000 metres walk Sofiene Azouzi (TUN) 49:10.64 Ismail Bendoumia (ALG) 49:36.29 Ahmed Amira (ALG) 51:49.03
High jump Kabelo Mmono (BOT) 2.05 m Mohamed Ouaziz (ALG) 1.95 m Fernando Nana (BUR) 1.85 m
Pole vault Béchir Zaghouani (TUN) 4.80 m Karim Berhaiem (TUN) 4.60 m Mouloud Ziani (ALG) 4.00 m
Long jump Daniel Mahlangu (RSA) 7.45 m Jonathan Chimier (MRI) 7.44 m (w) Anthony Essumang (GHA) 7.42 m
Triple jump Abdallah Machraoui (TUN) 15.57 m Mourad Tabbache (ALG) 14.75 m Yahya Berrabah (MAR) 14.71 m
Shot put Hicham Aït Aha (MAR) 16.56 m Mohamed Meddeb (TUN) 15.36 m Mohsen Bousnina (TUN) 15.19 m
Discus throw Hannes Hopley (RSA) 54.97 m Hatem El-Kébir (TUN) 49.60 m Mohsen Bousnina (TUN) 47.53 m
Hammer throw Ahmed Abdelraouf (EGY) 59.02 m Saber Souid (TUN) 58.07 m Wael Abou Dhab (EGY) 54.78 m
Javelin throw Gerhardus Pienaar (RSA) 70.03 m Sadek Al-Mohsen (EGY) 63.29 m Sofiène El-Ajra (TUN) 56.08 m
Decathlon Mustapha Kheirallah (EGY) 6763 pts Abdel Hamid Médjamia (ALG) 6202 pts Mohamed Khal Letaief (TUN) 5625 pts

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Makaridja Sanganoko (CIV) 11.74 Anais Oyembo (GAB) 11.94 Awatef Hamrouni (TUN) 11.98
200 metres
(Wind: +2.6 m/s)
Makaridja Sanganoko (CIV) 24.23 w Awatef Ben Hassine (TUN) 24.59 w Aisha Pinamang (GHA) 24.69 w
400 metres Awatef Ben Hassine (TUN) 54.54 Akosua Serwaa (GHA) 55.16 Ethel Lokko (GHA) 55.86
800 metres Abir Nakhli (TUN) 2:06.89 Nancy Langat (KEN) 2:07.01 Akosua Serwaa (GHA) 2:07.80
1500 metres Jeruto Kiptum (KEN) 4:19.61 Seltana Aït Hammou (MAR) 4:19.94 Meryem Karouani (MAR) 4:20.05
3000 metres Malika Asahssah (MAR) 9:15.11 Pamela Kiyara (KEN) 9:23.50 Fouzia Zoutat (ALG) 9:23.56
10,000 metres Beatrice Toroitich (KEN) 36:08.03 Siphuluwazi Sibindi (ZIM) 36:37.37 Simret Sultan (ERI) 36:53.30
100 metres hurdles
(Wind: +2.6 m/s)
Stéphanie Domaingue (MRI) 14.36 w Hamida Benhocine (ALG) 14.71 w Hajer Jelel (EGY) 14.85 w
400 metres hurdles Lantosoa Razafinjanahary (MAD) 60.15 Houria El-Mohandis (MAR) 61.66 Najia Bouaati (MAR) 61.83
4×100 m relay Tunisia (TUN)
Awatef Hamrouni
Awatef Ben Hassine
Saloua Dellagi
Nadia Abid
46.98 Ghana (GHA)
Aisha Pinamang
Ethel Lokko
Margaret Simpson
Esther Dankwa
47.13 Algeria (ALG)
Sarah Bouaoudia
Sara Arrous
Houria Moussa
Hamida Benhocine
47.89
4×400 m relay Ghana (GHA)
Grace Nartey
Esther Dankwa
Akosua Serwaa
Ethel Lokko
3:41.83 Tunisia (TUN)
Awatef Ben Mansour
Abir Nakhli
Maha Chaouachi
Awatef Ben Hassine
3:42.66 Algeria (ALG)
Houria Moussa
Hamida Benhocine
Sarah Bouaoudia
Sara Arrous
3:58.32
5000 metres walk Chaima Trabelsi (TUN) 26:04.45 Rania Hammani (TUN) 26:06.35 Hakima Embarek (ALG) 26:46.16
High jump Nicolize Steyn (RSA) 1.82 m Marizca Gertenbach (RSA) 1.76 m Sameh Drid (TUN) 1.65 m
Pole vault Sirine Balti (TUN) 3.65 m Sylma Jordaan (RSA) 3.40 m Aida Mohsni (TUN) 3.15 m
Long jump Koïta Yah Soucko (MLI) 5.77 m Zine-Bahi Othmani (TUN) 5.70 m Linda Félix (SEY) 5.55 m
Triple jump Ilhem Ben Salah (TUN) 12.86 m (w) Mariette Mien (BUR) 12.23 m Ghada Ismail (EGY) 12.07 m
Shot put Amira Naji (EGY) 14.15 m Afef Ben Khaled (TUN) 12.30 m Ines Boujenfa (TUN) 12.17 m
Discus throw Darine Hajabi (TUN) 43.44 m Ines Boujenfa (TUN) 41.12 m Kazai Suzanne Kragbé (CIV) 39.32 m
Hammer throw Melissa Sooprayen (MRI) 43.85 m Racha Kerim (EGY) 43.42 m Nabila Kérouche (ALG) 40.42 m
Javelin throw Daria Smith (NAM) 46.91 m Ola Ali (EGY) 40.79 m Nesrine Mohamed (EGY) 40.29 m
Heptathlon Margaret Simpson (GHA) 5366 pts Stéphanie Domaingue (MRI) 4673 pts Soraya Mehdioui (ALG) 4652 pts

References

  1. ^ African Junior Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2013-10-13.
Results
  • African Junior Championships 1999. World Junior Athletics History. Retrieved on 2013-10-13.
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