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2010 African Championships in Athletics

2010 African Championships
The host stadium in Nairobi
Host city Nairobi, Kenya
Date(s) 28 July – 1 August
Main stadium Nyayo Stadium
Participation 587 athletes from
46 nations
Events 44
Records set 6 Championship records

The 2010 African Championships in Athletics was held in Nairobi, Kenya from 28 July to 1 August 2010.

Background

The African Championships in Athletics were held in Kenya for the first time. Previously two major athletics events have been held in Kenya, namely 1987 All-Africa Games and 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships.

Preparations

The championships were awarded to Kenya at the April 2007 Confederation of African Athletics Congress in Dakar, Senegal. [1]

The event was originally scheduled to be held from April 28 to May 2, 2010, but due to delayed preparations the event was moved forward.[2] The Moi International Sports Centre was initially set to become the host venue,[3] but it was later changed to the smaller Nyayo Stadium.[4]

Men's results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
Ben-Youssef Méité
 Ivory Coast
10.08 PB Abdul Aziz Zakari
 Ghana
10.12 SB Simon Magakwe
 South Africa
10.14 SB
200 m
Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud
 Egypt
20.36 NR Ben-Youssef Méité
 Ivory Coast
20.39 SB Simon Magakwe
 South Africa
20.56
400 m
Mohamed Khouaja
 Libya
44.98 NR Rabah Yousif
 Sudan
45.18 Gary Kikaya
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
45.28
800 m
David Rudisha
 Kenya
1:42.84 CR Alfred Kirwa Yego
 Kenya
1:44.85 SB Jackson Kivuva
 Kenya
1:45.47 SB
1500 m
Asbel Kiprop
 Kenya
3:36.19 CR Amine Laâlou
 Morocco
3:36.38 Mekonnen Gebremedhin
 Ethiopia
3:36.65
5000 m
Edwin Soi
 Kenya
13:30.46 SB Vincent Yator
 Kenya
13:30.53 SB Mark Kiptoo
 Kenya
13:32.45 SB
10,000 m
Wilson Kiprop
 Kenya
27:32.91 Moses Kipsiro
 Uganda
27:33.37 Geoffrey Mutai
 Kenya
27:33.83
110 m hurdles
Othmane Hadj Lazib
 Algeria
13.77 Selim Nurudeen
 Nigeria
13.83 Ruan de Vries
 South Africa
13.98
400 m hurdles
L. J. van Zyl
 South Africa
48.51 SB Cornel Fredericks
 South Africa
48.79 SB Mamadou Kasse Hann
 Senegal
49.10 SB
3000 m steeplechase
Richard Mateelong
 Kenya
8:23.54 Ezekiel Kemboi
 Kenya
8:26.13 Roba Gary Chubeta
 Ethiopia
8:27.15
20 km walk
Hassanine Sebei
 Tunisia
1:20:36 CR David Kimutai Rotich
 Kenya
1:21:07 SB Hichem Medjeber
 Algeria
1:22:53 PB
4 x 100 m relay
Hannes Dreyer
Simon Magakwe
Lehann Fourie
Thuso Mpuang
 South Africa
39.12 Fred Agbaje
Benjamin Adukwu
Ogho-Oghene Egwero
Obinna Metu
 Nigeria
39.22 Emmanuel Kubi
Nana Kofi Sanah
Godwin Hukporti
Aziz Zakari
 Ghana
39.31
4 x 400 m relay
Geoffrey Ngeno
Vincent Koskei
Julius Kirwa
Mark Mutai
 Kenya
3:02.96 Isaac Makwala
Thapelo Ketlogetswe
Pako Seribe
Obakeng Ngwigwa
 Botswana
3:05.16 Saul Weigopwa
James Godday
Tobi Ogunmola
Isah Salihu
 Nigeria
3:06.53

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
Kabelo Kgosiemang
 Botswana
2.19 Bong Matogno
 Cameroon
2.15 SB Fernand Djoumessi
 Cameroon
Mohamed Idris
 Sudan
2.15
Pole vault
Hamdi Dhouibi
 Tunisia
4.70 Larbi Bouraada
 Algeria
4.60 Mourad Souissi
 Algeria
4.40
Long jump
Godfrey Khotso Mokoena
 South Africa
8.23 SB Ndiss Kaba Badji
 Senegal
8.10 Stanley Gbagbeke
 Nigeria
8.06
Triple jump
Tosin Oke
 Nigeria
17.22 Hugo Mamba-Schlick
 Cameroon
16.78 SB Tumelo Thagane
 South Africa
16.64
Shot put
Burger Lambrechts
 South Africa
18.63 Roelof Potgieter
 South Africa
18.62 Orazio Cremona
 South Africa
18.27
Discus throw
Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly
 Egypt
59.30 Yasser Ibrahim Farag
 Egypt
58.71 Victor Hogan
 South Africa
58.11
Hammer throw
Mohsen Mohamed Anani
 Egypt
74.72 Chris Harmse
 South Africa
72.56 Mostafa Al-Gamel
 Egypt
71.40
Javelin throw
Ihab Al Sayed Abdelrahman
 Egypt
78.02 SB Gerhardus Pienaar
 South Africa
75.96 Julius Yego
 Kenya
74.51 SB
Decathlon
Larbi Bouraada
 Algeria
8148 CR Mourad Souissi
 Algeria
7818 PB Guillaume Thierry
 Mauritius
7100

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
Blessing Okagbare
 Nigeria
11.03 CR Ruddy Zang Milama
 Gabon
11.15 NR Oludamola Osayomi
 Nigeria
11.22 SB
200 m
Oludamola Osayomi
 Nigeria
23.36 SB Estie Wittstock
 South Africa
23.50 SB Ruddy Zang Milama
 Gabon
23.59 PB
400 m
Amantle Montsho
 Botswana
50.03 SB Amy Mbacke Thiam
 Senegal
51.32 SB Shade Abugan
 Nigeria
51.63
800 m
Zahra Bouras
 Algeria
2:00.22 Janeth Jepkosgei
 Kenya
2:00.50 Malika Akkaoui
 Morocco
2:01.01 PB
1500 m
Nancy Jebet Lagat
 Kenya
4:10.43 Gelete Burka Bati
 Ethiopia
4:11.12 Btissam Lakhouad
 Morocco
4:11.81
5000 m
Vivian Cheruiyot
 Kenya
16:18.72 Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
16:20.54 Sentayehu Ejigu
 Ethiopia
16:22.32
10,000 m
Tirunesh Dibaba
 Ethiopia
31:51.39 Meselech Melkamu
 Ethiopia
31:55.50 Linet Masai
 Kenya
31:59.36 SB
100 m hurdles
Seun Adigun
 Nigeria
13.14 SB Gnima Faye
 Senegal
13.67 Amina Ferguen
 Algeria
13.87
400 m hurdles
Hayat Lambarki
 Morocco
55.96 PB Ajoke Odumosu
 Nigeria
55.97 Maureen Jelagat Maiyo
 Kenya
56.74 SB
3000 m steeplechase
Milcah Chemos Cheywa
 Kenya
9:32.18 CR Sofia Assefa
 Ethiopia
9:32.58 Lydiah Rotich
 Kenya
9:37.32 SB
20 km walk
Grace Wanjiru Njue
 Kenya
1:34:19 AR Chaima Trabelsi
 Tunisia
1:35:33 Aynalem Eshetu Shefrawe
 Ethiopia
1:41:46 SB
4 x 100 m relay
Lawretta Ozoh
Agnes Osazuwa
Damola Osayomi
Blessing Okagbare
 Nigeria
43.45 CR Fanny Appes Ekanga
Charlotte Mebenga Amombo
Carole Made Kaboud Mebam
Delphine Atangana
 Cameroon
44.90 Rosina Amenebede
Elizabeth Amolofo
Beatrice Gyaman
Flings Owusu-Agyapong
 Ghana
45.40
4 x 400 m relay
Shade Abugan
Margaret Etim
Bukola Abogunloko
Ajoke Odumosu
 Nigeria
3:29.26 Grace Miroyo Kidake
Catherine Nandi
Maureen Jelagat Maiyo
Janeth Jepkosgei
 Kenya
3:35.12 Ndeye Fatou Soumah
Fatou Diabaye
Marietou Badji
Amy Mbacke Thiam
 Senegal
3:35.55

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
Selloane Tsoaeli
 Lesotho
1.75 Lissa Labiche
 Seychelles
1.70 Cherotich Koech
 Kenya
1.55
Pole vault
Nisrine Dinar
 Morocco
3.70 Laetitia Berthier
 Burundi
3.50 Sinali Alima Outtara
 Ivory Coast
3.40
Long jump
Blessing Okagbare
 Nigeria
6.62 Comfort Onyali
 Nigeria
6.42 Jamaa Chnaik
 Morocco
6.30
Triple jump
Sarah Nambawa
 Uganda
13.95 NR Nkurika Domeke
 Nigeria
13.71 SB Otonye Iworima
 Nigeria
13.65 SB
Shot put
Mirian Ibekwe
 Nigeria
13.67 Priscilla Isiao
 Kenya
13.62 SB Doris Ratsimbazafy
 Madagascar
13.56
Discus throw
Elizna Naude
 South Africa
56.74 Kazai Suzanne Kragbe
 Ivory Coast
55.53 Sarah Hasseib Dardiri
 Egypt
46.51
Hammer throw
Amy Sène
 Senegal
64.11 NR Marwa Hussein
 Egypt
62.36 SB Florence Ezeh
 Togo
57.94 NR
Javelin throw
Sunette Viljoen
 South Africa
63.33 Justine Robbeson
 South Africa
60.24 Hana'a Hassan Omar
 Egypt
55.14
Heptathlon
Margaret Simpson
 Ghana
6031 CR Janet Wienand
 South Africa
5500 Selloane Tsoaeli
 Lesotho
5302

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medal table

Reigning Olympic champion Asbel Kiprop broke the 1500 m record to win gold for Kenya.
      Host nation
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Kenya 10 7 8 25
2  Nigeria 8 5 5 18
3  South Africa 6 7 6 19
4  Egypt 4 2 3 9
5  Algeria 3 2 3 8
6  Morocco 2 1 3 6
7  Botswana 2 1 0 3
7  Tunisia 2 1 0 3
9  Ethiopia 1 4 4 9
10  Senegal 1 3 2 6
11  Côte d'Ivoire 1 2 1 4
12  Ghana 1 1 2 4
13  Uganda 1 1 0 2
14  Lesotho 1 0 1 2
15  Libya 1 0 0 1
16  Cameroon 0 3 1 4
17  Sudan 0 1 1 2
17  Gabon 0 1 1 2
19  Burundi 0 1 0 1
19  Seychelles 0 1 0 1
21  Togo 0 0 1 1
21  Madagascar 0 0 1 1
21  Mauritius 0 0 1 1
21  Democratic Republic of the Congo 0 0 1 1
Total 44 44 44 132
  • Source: [1]

Participating nations

References

  1. ^ Daily Nation, July 26, 2010: On your marks, set...Kenya ready on eve of Games
  2. ^ The Standard, September 26, 2009: African Championships dates changed
  3. ^ The Standard, July 14, 2009: African Athletics Championships event organisers in race against time
  4. ^ Daily Nation, December 22, 2009: Nyayo it is for continental athletics fete
Daily reports
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-07-27). High powered rivalries expected in Nairobi – African Championships preview. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-31.
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-07-28). Kiprop takes men’s 10,000m as African championships begin in Nairobi. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-31.
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-07-29). Meite, Okagbare take 100m titles, Cheruiyot over Defar again in the 5000m - African champs Day 2. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-31.
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-07-30). Rudisha sizzles 1:42.84 in Nairobi as Kenya collects three golds in Nairobi - African champs, day 3. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-31.
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-07-31). Dibaba takes down Masai in 10,000m to notch first Ethiopian gold in Nairobi - African champs, day 4. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-31.
  • Negash, Elshadai (2010-08-01). Kenya captures five gold medals as African champs conclude in Nairobi - African champs, day 5. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-08-01.

External links

  • Results
  • Confederation of African Athletics website

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