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1998 African Championships in Athletics

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1998 African Championships in Athletics

The 11th African Championships in Athletics were held in Dakar, Senegal, from August 18 to August 22 in the Stade Leopold Senghor.

Men's results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Seun Ogunkoya
Nigeria
9.94 CR Frankie Fredericks
Namibia
9.97 Leonard Myles-Mills
Ghana
10.10
200 m Frankie Fredericks
Namibia
19.99 CR Sunday Emmanuel
Nigeria
20.45 Oumar Loum
Senegal
20.59
400 m Clement Chukwu
Nigeria
44.65 CR Davis Kamoga
Uganda
44.79 Ibrahima Wade
Senegal
45.05
800 m Japheth Kimutai
Kenya
1:45.82 Patrick Ndururi
Kenya
1:45.85 Djabir Saïd-Guerni
Algeria
1:46.31
1500 m Laban Rotich
Kenya
3:45.03 Adil Kaouch
Morocco
3:47.34 Ali Saïdi Sief
Algeria
3:47.89
3000 m Tom Nyariki
Kenya
8:03.75 Brahim Lahlafi
Morocco
8:05.00 Fita Bayissa
Ethiopia
8:05.16
5000 m Daniel Komen
Kenya
13:35.70 Hailu Mekonnen
Ethiopia
13:38.19 William Kalya
Kenya
13:39.17
3000 m st. Bernard Barmasai
Kenya
8:11.74 CR Richard Limo
Kenya
8:20.67 Brahim Boulami
Morocco
8:29.52
110 m H Shaun Bownes
South Africa
13.72 William Erese
Nigeria
13.92 Doudou Félou Sow
Senegal
14.57
400 m H Samuel Matete
Zambia
48.58 Ken Harnden
Zimbabwe
49.39 Ibou Faye
Senegal
49.59
20 km Walk Hatem Ghoula
Tunisia
1:31:28 Moussa Aouanouk
Algeria
1:32:18 Getachew Demisse
Ethiopia
1:34:19
4 x 100 m Ivory Coast 38.76 Nigeria 38.88 Cameroon 39.61
4 x 400 m Senegal
3:04.20 Zimbabwe 3:04.47 Nigeria 3:05.18

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Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Abderrahmane Hammad
Algeria
2.21 Khemraj Naiko
Mauritius
2.18 Gavin Lendis
South Africa
2.15
Long jump Hatem Mersal
Egypt
8.13 Anis Gallali
Tunisia
8.01 Mark Anthony Awere
Ghana
7.77
Pole vault Okkert Brits
South Africa
5.40 =CR Kersley Gardenne
Mauritius
5.20 Mohamed Bédoui
Tunisia
4.80
Triple jump Andrew Owusu
Ghana
17.23 CR Ndabazinhle Mdhlongwa
Zimbabwe
17.19 Oluyemi Sule
Nigeria
16.37
Shot put Burger Lambrechts
South Africa
19.78 Dhia Kamel Ahmed
Egypt
17.61 Quentin Soné Ehawa
Cameroon
15.51
Discus Frantz Kruger
South Africa
62.17 Frits Potgieter
South Africa
60.50 Mickael Conjungo
Central African Republic
57.52
Javelin Marius Corbett
South Africa
79.82 Khaled Es Sayed Yassin
Egypt
72.84 Bouna Diop
Senegal
72.66
Hammer Chris Harmse
South Africa
72.11 CR Hakim Toumi
Algeria
69.36 Samir Haouam
Algeria
68.79
Decathlon Rédouane Youcef
Algeria
7352 points Mohamed Benyahia
Algeria
7093 points Issam Abdelatif Saber
Egypt
6420 points

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Women results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Mary Onyali
Nigeria
11.05 CR Endurance Ojokolo
Nigeria
11.08 Rose Aboaje
Nigeria
11.31
200 m Falilat Ogunkoya
Nigeria
22.22 CR Rose Aboaje
Nigeria
22.83 Heide Seyerling
South Africa
22.89
400 m Falilat Ogunkoya
Nigeria
50.07 CR Charity Opara
Nigeria
50.13 Ony Paule Ratsimbazafy
Madagascar
52.11
800 m Maria de Lurdes Mutola
Mozambique
1:57.95 Hasna Benhassi
Morocco
2:01.24 Julia Sakara
Zimbabwe
2:01.55
1500 m Jackline Maranga
Kenya
4:11.75 CR Julia Sakara
Zimbabwe
4:13.64 Bouchra Benthami
Morocco
4:17.83
3000 m Zahra Ouaziz
Morocco
8:53.75 Genet Gebregiorgis
Ethiopia
9:13.47 Yemenashu Taye
Ethiopia
9:13.59
5000 m Berhane Adere
Ethiopia
15:54.31 CR Sally Barsosio
Kenya
15:59.12 Merima Denboba
Ethiopia
16:11.16
100 m H Glory Alozie
Nigeria
12.77 CR Mame Tacko Diouf
Senegal
13.08 Corien Botha
South Africa
13.25
400 m H Nezha Bidouane
Morocco
54.24 CR Mame Tacko Diouf
Senegal
55.06 Saidat Onanuga
Nigeria
56.84
5000 m walk Nagwa Ibrahim Ali
Egypt
24:28.42 Dounia Kara
Algeria
25:17.17 Anne-Hortense Ebéna
Cameroon
25:33.11
4 x 100 m Nigeria 43.75 Madagascar 43.78 Ghana 43.89
4 x 400 m Nigeria 3:31.07 CR Senegal 3:31.07 Cameroon 3:33.85

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Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Hestrie Storbeck
South Africa
1.92 Irène Tiendrébéogo
Burkina Faso
1.84 Nkechinyere Mbaoma
Nigeria
1.75
Long jump Chioma Ajunwa
Nigeria
6.78 =CR Chinedu Odozor
Nigeria
6.45 Baya Rahouli
Algeria
6.36
Triple jump Baya Rahouli
Algeria
13.96 CR Françoise Mbango Etone
Cameroon
13.80 Kéné Ndoye
Senegal
13.30
Shot put Veronica Abrahamse
South Africa
15.07 Amel Ben Khaled
Tunisia
14.83 Hanan Ahmed Khaled
Egypt
14.68
Discus Elizna Naudé
South Africa
50.28 Caroline Fournier
Mauritius
50.28 Hanan Ahmed Khaled
Egypt
42.82
Hammer Caroline Fournier
Mauritius
54.29 Marwa Ahmed Hussein
Egypt
47.55 Djida Yalloulène
Algeria
47.43
Javelin
(old type)
Lindy Leveaux
Seychelles
47.56 Bernadette Ravina
Mauritius
46.79 Monique Djikada
Cameroon
45.61
Heptathlon Patience Itanyi
Nigeria
5376 points Mary Dolly Zé Oyono
Cameroon
5211 points Paulette Mendy
Senegal
4716 points

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Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Nigeria 10 7 5 22
2 South Africa 9 1 3 13
3 Kenya 6 3 1 10
4 Algeria 3 3 5 11
5 Egypt 2 3 3 8
6 Morocco 2 3 2 7
7 Mauritius 1 4 0 5
8 Senegal 1 3 7 11
9 Ethiopia 1 2 4 8
10 Tunisia 1 2 1 4
11 Namibia 1 1 0 2
12 Ghana 1 0 3 4
13= Ivory Coast 1 0 0 1
13= Mozambique 1 0 0 1
13= Seychelles 1 0 0 1
13= Zambia 1 0 0 1
17 Zimbabwe 0 4 1 5
18 Cameroon 0 2 5 7
19 Madagascar 0 1 1 2
20= Burkina Faso 0 1 0 1
20= Uganda 0 1 0 1
22 Central African Republic 0 0 1 1

See also

External links

  • Results - GBR Athletics
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