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2000 African Championships in Athletics

The 12th African Championships in Athletics were held in Algiers, Algeria between 12 and 15 July 2000 at the Stade 5 Juillet 1962.

Men's Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Abdul Aziz Zakari
Ghana
10.13 Stéphan Buckland
Mauritius
10.20 Kenneth Andam
Ghana
10.33
200 m Abdul Aziz Zakari
Ghana
20.23 Joseph Batangdon
Cameroon
20.31 =NR Oumar Loum
Senegal
20.76
400 m Eric Milazar
Mauritius
45.62 Malik Louahla
Algeria
45.78 Sofiène Labidi
Tunisia
45.81
800 m Djabir Saïd-Guerni
Algeria
1:45.88 Mbulaeni Mulaudzi
South Africa
1:46.28 Mouhssin Chehibi
Morocco
1:46.47
1500 m Youssef Baba
Morocco
3:42.07 Adil Kaouch
Morocco
3:42.53 Mohamed Khaldi
Algeria
3:42.77
5000 m Ali Saïdi Sief
Algeria
13:26.86 Saïd Bérioui
Morocco
13:31.75 Mohamed Saïd El Wardi
Morocco
13:30.01 (???)
10,000 m Abraha Hadush
Ethiopia
28:40.51 Dejene Berhanu
Ethiopia
28:41.11 Kamel Kohil
Algeria
28:48.98
3000 m St. Lotfi Turki
Tunisia
8:33.29 Laïd Bessou
Algeria
8:35.89 David Chepkisa
Kenya
8:39.00
110 m H Joseph-Berlioz Randriamihaja
Madagascar
13.99 Doudou Félou Sow
Senegal
14.38 Toufik Dahmani
Algeria
15.10
400 m H Sylvester Omodiale
Nigeria
49.81 Jean-Dominique Dième
Senegal
50.29 Yvon Rakotoarimiandry
Madagascar
50.39
20 km Walk Hatem Ghoula
Tunisia
1:25:38 Moussa Aouanouk
Algeria
1:25:42 Merzak Abbès
Algeria
1:32:37
4 X 100 m Ghana 39.90 Mauritius 40.07 Gabon 40.53
4 X 400 m Algeria
3:05.45 Botswana 3:06.07 Senegal 3:06.53

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Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High Jump Abderrahmane Hammad
Algeria
2.34 CR Malcolm Hendriks
South Africa
2.20 Eugène Ernesta
Seychelles
2.20 NR
Long Jump Younès Moudrik
Morocco
8.34 Hatem Mersal
Egypt
7.90 Mehdi El Ghazouani
Morocco
7.88
Pole Vault Rafik Mefti
Algeria
5.00 Karim Sène
Senegal
4.80 Mohamed Benyahia
Algeria
4.65
Triple Jump Andrew Owusu
Ghana
16.69 Samuel Okantey
Ghana
16.69 Olivier Sanou
Burkina Faso
16.31
Shot Put Chima Ugwu
Nigeria
19.02 John Sullivan
South Africa
17.46 Hicham Aïtaha
Morocco
16.91
Discus Frits Potgieter
South Africa
60.35 Mickael Conjungo
Central African Republic
59.58 Chima Ugwu
Nigeria
57.91
Javelin Maher Ridane
Tunisia
72.51 Khaled Es Sayed Yassin
Egypt
72.01 Walid Abderrazak Mohamed
Egypt
71.67
Hammer Samir Haouam
Algeria
69.38 Mohamed Karim Horchani
Tunisia
63.68 Yamen Hussein Abdel Moneim
Egypt
63.71
Decathlon Rédouane Youcef
Algeria
7129 points Mada Ndiaye
Senegal
6981 points Adil Chakri
Morocco
6715 points

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Women's results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Myriam Léonie Mani
Cameroon
11.21 Aïda Diop
Senegal
11.46 Monica Twum
Ghana
11.47
200 m Myriam Léonie Mani
Cameroon
22.54 Aïda Diop
Senegal
23.01 Fatima Yusuf
Nigeria
23.27
400 m Claudine Komgang
Cameroon
51.35 Mireille Nguimgo
Cameroon
51.81 Nadjina Kaltouma
Chad
52.27
800 m Hasna Benhassi
Morocco
1:59.01 Nouria Mérah-Benida
Algeria
1:59.73 Gladys Wamuyu
Kenya
2:00.32
1500 m Nouria Mérah-Benida
Algeria
4:16.14 Gladys Wamuyu
Kenya
4:16.56 Berhane Herpassa
Ethiopia
4:16.87
5000 m Asmae Leghzaoui
Morocco
15:43.46 Meseret Defar
Ethiopia
15:49.86 Merima Denboba
Ethiopia
15:53.68
10,000 m Souad Aït Salem
Algeria
34:02.28 Genet Teka
Ethiopia
34:05.18 Bouchra Chaabi
Morocco
34:08.79
100 m H Glory Alozie
Nigeria
13.09 Lalanirina Rosa Rakotozafy
Madagascar
13.21 Maria-Joëlle Conjungo
Central African Republic
13.77
400 m H Mame Tacko Diouf
Senegal
57.48 Gnima Touré
Senegal
58.96 Nabila Jami
Morocco
62.45
10 km Walk Bahia Boussad
Algeria
49:33 Nagwa Ibrahim Ali
Egypt
50:15 Dounia Kara
Algeria
50:55
4 X 100 m Ghana 43.99 Senegal 44.62 Cameroon 46.97
4 X 400 m Cameroon 3:32.89 Morocco 3:42.91 Algeria 3:51.01

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 Hind Bounouar
Morocco
1.75 Amina Lemgherbi
Algeria
1.70 Hamida Benhocine
Algeria
1.70
Pole Vault Syrine Balti
Tunisia
3.85 Annelie van Wyk
South Africa
3.80 Rasha Abdel Khalek
Egypt
3.10
Long Jump Kéné Ndoye
Senegal
6.39 Elisa Cossa
Mozambique
6.20 Béryl Laramé
Seychelles
6.18
Triple Jump Baya Rahouli
Algeria
14.23 Françoise Mbango Etone
Cameroon
13.87 Kéné Ndoye
Senegal
13.81
Shot Put Hanaa Salah El Melegi
Egypt
16.01 Amel Ben Khaled
Tunisia
15.39 Wafa Ismail El Baghdadi
Egypt
14.97
Discus Monia Kari
Tunisia
58.46 Ndoumbé Gaye
Senegal
50.81 Felicia Nkiru Ojiego
Nigeria
49.65
Hammer Caroline Fournier
Mauritius
59.60 Marwa Hussein
Egypt
57.15 Djida Yalloulène
Algeria
49.72
Javelin Aïda Sellam
Tunisia
53.35 Lindy Leveaux
Seychelles
50.88 Hanaa Salah El Melegi
Egypt
42.31
Heptathlon Yasmina Kettab
Algeria
5837 points Maralize Fouché
South Africa
5726 points Patience Itanyi
Nigeria
5611 points

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

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Algeria 12 4 9 25
2 Tunisia 6 2 1 9
3 Morocco 5 3 7 15
4 Ghana 5 1 2 8
5 Cameroon 4 3 1 8
6 Nigeria 3 0 4 7
7 Senegal 2 9 3 14
8 Mauritius 2 2 0 4
9 South Africa 1 5 0 6
10 Egypt 1 4 5 10
11 Ethiopia 1 3 2 6
12 Madagascar 1 1 1 3
13= Kenya 0 1 2 3
13= Seychelles 0 1 2 3
15 Central African Republic 0 1 1 2
16 Botswana 0 1 0 1
17= Burkina Faso 0 0 1 1
17= Chad 0 0 1 1
17= Gabon 0 0 1 1

See also

External links

  • Results - GBR Athletics
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