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1988 African Championships in Athletics

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1988 African Championships in Athletics

The 1988 African Championships in Athletics were held in Annaba, Algeria.

Medal summary

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres John Myles-Mills
Ghana
10.25 Charles-Louis Seck
Senegal
10.29 Iziak Adeyanju
Nigeria
10.34
200 metres Davidson Ezinwa
Nigeria
20.97 Emmanuel Tuffour
Ghana
21.00 Mustapha Kamel Selmi
Algeria
21.21
400 metres Innocent Egbunike
Nigeria
45.43 Gabriel Tiacoh
Ivory Coast
45.86 Moses Ugbisie
Nigeria
46.04
800 metres Babacar Niang
Senegal
1:46.99 Getahun Ayana
Ethiopia
1:47.46 Ahmed Belkessam
Algeria
1:47.49
1500 metres Getahun Ayana
Ethiopia
3:42.77 Mahmoud Kalboussi
Tunisia
3:43.44 Mustapha Lachaal
Morocco
3:43.48
5000 metres Brahim Boutayeb
Morocco
13:49.69 Haji Bulbula
Ethiopia
13:50.08 Mohamed Issangar
Morocco
14:02.25
10000 metres Brahim Boutayeb
Morocco
28:55.28 Haji Bulbula
Ethiopia
29:04.65 Mohamed Choumassi
Morocco
29:30.59
Marathon Dereje Nedi
Ethiopia
2:27:51 Allaoua Khélil
Algeria
2:28:11 Kebede Balcha
Ethiopia
2:29:04
3000 metre steeplechase Azzedine Brahmi
Algeria
8:26.56 Abdelaziz Sahere
Morocco
8:27.30 Kamel Benlakhlef
Algeria
8:38.21
110 metres hurdles Noureddine Tadjine
Algeria
14.33 Marcelin Dally
Ivory Coast
14.35 Zouhair Khazine
Morocco
14.46
400 metres hurdles Amadou Dia Bâ
Senegal
48.81 Henry Amike
Nigeria
49.36 Hamidou Mbaye
Senegal
50.27
High jump Boubacar Guèye
Senegal
2.16 Paul Ngadjadoum
Chad
2.16 Fred Salle
Cameroon
2.13
Pole vault Choukri Abahnini
Tunisia
4.90 Mejdi Drine
Tunisia
4.80 Samir Agsous
Algeria
4.80
Long jump Yusuf Alli
Nigeria
7.78 Fred Salle
Cameroon
7.53 Lotfi Khaïda
Algeria
7.51
Triple jump António Santos
Angola
16.43 (NR) Lotfi Khaïda
Algeria
16.22w Fethi Khelid Aboud
Libya
16.00
Shot put Ahmed Mohamed Ashoush
Egypt
19.40 Ahmed Kamel Shata
Egypt
19.00 Adewale Olukoju
Nigeria
17.70
Discus throw Adewale Olukoju
Nigeria
62.12 Hassan Ahmed Hamad
Egypt
55.94 Yacine Louail
Algeria
47.72
Hammer throw Hakim Toumi
Algeria
69.06 Djamel Zouiche
Algeria
63.92 Sherif Farouk El Hennawi
Egypt
59.28
Javelin throw Justin Arop
Uganda
74.52 Tarek Chaabani
Tunisia
67.50 Samir Ménouar
Algeria
64.62
Decathlon Mahmoud Aït Ouhamou
Algeria
7160 Mourad Mahour Bacha
Algeria
7128 Abdennacer Moumen
Morocco
7051
20 kilometre road walk Mohamed Bouhalla
Algeria
1:27:43 Abdelwahab Ferguène
Algeria
1:34:07 Arezki Boumrar
Algeria
1:41:46
4 x 100 metres relay Nigeria 39.27 Ghana 39.44 Senegal 39.66
4 x 400 metres relay Ethiopia 3:07.11 Ivory Coast 3:08.45 Burundi 3:09.11

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Mary Onyali
Nigeria
11.25 Falilat Ogunkoya
Nigeria
11.51 Lalao Ravaonirina
Madagascar
11.54
200 metres Falilat Ogunkoya
Nigeria
23.33w Martha Appiah
Ghana
23.72w Veronica Bawuah
Ghana
24.35w
400 metres Airat Bakare
Nigeria
52.15 Célestine N'Drin
Ivory Coast
52.77 Mercy Addy
Ghana
52.88
800 metres Hassiba Boulmerka
Algeria
2:06.16 Maria de Lurdes Mutola
Mozambique
2:06.55 Sheila Seebaluck
Mauritius
2:08.26
1500 metres Hassiba Boulmerka
Algeria
4:12.14 Fatima Aouam
Morocco
4:12.57 Getenesh Urge
Ethiopia
4:17.61
3000 metres Fatima Aouam
Morocco
8:59.19 Josiane Boullé
Mauritius
9:14.37 Tigist Moreda
Ethiopia
9:15.92
10000 metres Marcianne Mukamurenzi
Rwanda
33:03.98 Hassania Darami
Morocco
33:41.75 Malika Benhabylès
Algeria
35:41.80
100 metres hurdles Maria Usifo
Nigeria
13.71 Dinah Yankey
Ghana
13.94 Yasmina Azzizi
Algeria
14.08
400 metres hurdles Maria Usifo
Nigeria
56.74 Ruth Kyalisima
Uganda
57.32 Marie Womplou
Ivory Coast
57.60
High jump Lucienne N'Da
Ivory Coast
1.80 Constance Senghor
Senegal
1.68 Salimata Coulibaly
Ivory Coast
1.68
Long jump Juliana Yendork
Ghana
5.70 Néné Sangharé
Senegal
5.68w Fatou Tambédou
Senegal
5.56w
Shot put Hanan Ahmed Khaled
Egypt
15.02 Souad Malloussi
Morocco
14.85 Jeanne Ngo Minyemeck
Cameroon
13.92
Discus throw Grace Apiafi
Nigeria
50.60 Hanan Ahmed Khaled
Egypt
47.58 Zoubida Laayouni
Morocco
47.50
Javelin throw Yasmina Azzizi
Algeria
48.82 Samia Djémaa
Algeria
45.74 Schola Mujawamaria
Uganda
44.86
Heptathlon Yasmina Azzizi
Algeria
5740 Marie-Lourdes Ally Samba
Mauritius
4821 Huda Hashem Ismail
Egypt
4289
5000 metre track walk Sabiha Mansouri
Algeria
25:51.70 Dalila Frihi
Algeria
27:06.20 Kheïra Sadat
Algeria
29:19.30
4 x 100 metres relay Ghana 44.68 Ivory Coast 45.59 Senegal 46.45
4 x 400 metres relay Uganda 3:37.74 Ivory Coast 3:38.30 Morocco 3:50.25

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Nigeria 11 2 3 16
2 Algeria 10 7 11 28
3 Morocco 3 4 7 14
4 Ghana 3 4 2 9
5 Senegal 3 3 4 10
6 Ethiopia 3 3 3 9
7 Egypt 2 3 2 7
8 Uganda 2 1 1 4
9 Ivory Coast 1 6 2 9
10 Tunisia 1 3 0 4
11 Rwanda 1 0 0 1
Angola 1 0 0 1
13 Mauritius 0 2 1 3
14 Cameroon 0 1 2 3
15 Mozambique 0 1 0 1
Chad 0 1 0 1
17 Madagascar 0 0 1 1
Libya 0 0 1 1
Burundi 0 0 1 1

See also

External links

  • Results - GBR Athletics
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