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2002 African Championships in Athletics

2002 African Championships
Host stadium in Radès
Host city Radès, Tunisia
Date(s) 6–10 August
Main stadium Stade 7 November
Participation 412 athletes from
42 nations
Events 43

The 13th African Championships in Athletics were held in Tunis and Radès, Tunisia in August, 2002.

Men's Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres

(wind: 3.8 m/s)
Frankie Fredericks
Namibia
9.93 w Uchenna Emedolu
Nigeria
10.00 w Idrissa Sanou
Burkina Faso
10.16 w
200 metres

(wind: 2.4 m/s)
Frankie Fredericks
Namibia
20.10 w Abdul Aziz Zakari
Ghana
20.33 w Oumar Loum
Senegal
20.37 w
400 metres
Eric Milazar
Mauritius
45.67 Sofiène Labidi
Tunisia
45.87 Marcus la Grange
South Africa
45.95
800 metres
Djabir Saïd-Guerni
Algeria
1:45.52 William Yiampoy
Kenya
1:45.79 Mbulaeni Mulaudzi
South Africa
1:46.20
1500 metres
Bernard Lagat
Kenya
3:38.11 Laban Rotich
Kenya
3:38.60 Abdelkader Hachlaf
Morocco
3:38.78
5000 metres
Paul Bitok
Kenya
13:31.95 Benjamin Limo
Kenya
13:32.10 Mohamed Amine
Morocco
13:33.98
10,000 metres
Paul Malakwen Kosgei
Kenya
28:44.81 John Cheruiyot Korir
Kenya
28:45.23 Benjamin Maiyo
Kenya
28:45.24
3000 metres steeplechase
Brahim Boulami
Morocco
8:19.51 Wilson Boit Kipketer
Kenya
8:20.92 Stephen Cherono
Kenya
8:23.85
110 metres hurdles

(wind: 4.8 m/s)
Shaun Bownes
South Africa
13.36 w Joseph-Berlioz Randriamihaja
Madagascar
13.80 w Sultan Tucker
Liberia
13.98 w
400 metres hurdles
Llewellyn Herbert
South Africa
49.76 Willie Smith
Namibia
50.03 Héni Kechi
Tunisia
50.44
20 kilometres walk
Hatem Ghoula
Tunisia
1:26:42 Moussa Aouanouk
Algeria
1:30:27 Karim Boudhiba
Tunisia
1:35:05
4 × 100 metres relay
Nigeria
Taiwo Ajibade
Chinedu Oriala
Sunday Emmanuel
Uchenna Emedolu
39.76 Senegal
Malang Sané
Abdou Demba Lam
Jacques Sambou
Oumar Loum
40.08 Mauritius
David Victoire
Fernando Augustin
Arnaud Casquette
Eric Milazar
40.27
4 × 400 metres relay
Morocco
Abdellatif El Ghazaoui
Nabil Jabir
Ismael Daif
Abdelkrim Khoudri
3:09.72 Mauritius
Jean-François Degrâce
Fernando Augustin
Kursley Montimerdo
Eric Milazar
3:10.14 Senegal
Ousmane Niang
Seydina Doucouré
Jacques Sambou
Oumar Loum
3:14.40

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Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
Abderrahmane Hammad
Algeria
2.25 Kabelo Mmono
Botswana
2.10 Mohamed Bradai
Algeria
2.10
Pole vault
Karim Sène
Senegal
5.00 Béchir Zaghouani
Tunisia
4.90 Mohamed Benyahia
Algeria
4.80
Long jump
Younès Moudrik
Morocco
8.06 w Hatem Mersal
Egypt
8.02 w Nabil Adamou
Algeria
7.98 w
Triple jump
Olivier Sanou
Burkina Faso
17.06 w Andrew Owusu
Ghana
17.02 w Abdou Demba Lam
Senegal
16.34 w
Shot put
Janus Robberts
South Africa
19.73 Hicham Aït Aha
Morocco
17.18 Mohamed Meddeb
Tunisia
16.40
Discus throw
Janus Robberts
South Africa
54.32 Walid Boudaoui
Algeria
49.49 Omar Ahmed El Ghazali
Egypt
48.17
Hammer throw
Chris Harmse
South Africa
76.07 Yamen Hussein Abdel Moneim
Egypt
69.19 Saber Souid
Tunisia
68.40
Javelin throw
Gerhardus Pienaar
South Africa
78.63 Walid Abderrazak Mohamed
Egypt
70.86 Mohamed Ali Ben Zina
Tunisia
66.69
Decathlon
Hamdi Dhouibi
Tunisia
7965 points Anis Riahi
Tunisia
7363 points Rédouane Youcef
Algeria
7089 points

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Women results

Track

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres

(wind: 4.1 m/s)
Endurance Ojokolo
Nigeria
11.15 w Myriam Léonie Mani
Cameroon
11.29 w Chinedu Odozor
Nigeria
11.32 w
200 metres

(wind: 2.2 m/s)
Nadjina Kaltouma
Chad
22.80 w Aïda Diop
Senegal
23.29 w Myriam Léonie Mani
Cameroon
23.30 w
400 metres
Nadjina Kaltouma
Chad
51.09 Mireille Nguimgo
Cameroon
51.61 Awatef Ben Hassine
Tunisia
52.22 (NR)
800 metres
Maria de Lurdes Mutola
Mozambique
2:03.11 Agnes Samaria
Namibia
2:03.63 Mina Aït Hammou
Morocco
2:03.94
1500 metres
Jackline Maranga
Kenya
4:18.91 Abir Nakhli
Tunisia
4:19.02 Hasna Benhassi
Morocco
4:20.15
5000 metres
Berhane Adere
Ethiopia
15:51.08 Dorcus Inzikuru
Uganda
15:54.22 Ejegayehu Dibaba
Ethiopia
15:56.02
10,000 metres
Susan Chepkemei
Kenya
31:45.14 Leah Malot
Kenya
32:00.78 Eyerusalem Kuma
Ethiopia
32:21.60
100 metres hurdles

(wind: 2.5 m/s)
Lalanirina Rosa Rakotozafy
Madagascar
13.13w Angela Atede
Nigeria
13.16w Kéné Ndoye
Senegal
13.72w
400 metres hurdles
Zahra Lachgar
Morocco
57.91 Carole Kaboud Mebam
Cameroon
58.11 Mame Tacko Diouf
Senegal
58.86
10 kilometres walk
Nagwa Ibrahim Saleh Ali
Egypt
49:26 Bahia Boussad
Algeria
49:57 Grace Wanjiru
Kenya
51:35
4 × 100 metres relay
South Africa
Dikeledi Moropane
Geraldine Pillay
Dominique Koster
Janice Josephs
45.60 Ivory Coast
Christiane Yao
Makaridja Sanganoko
Matagari Diazasouba
Amandine Allou Affoue
47.15 Ghana
Georgina Sowah
Vida Bruce
Gifty Addy
Aisha Primang
47.41
4 × 400 metres relay
Cameroon
Hortense Béwouda
Carole Kaboud Mebam
Myriam Léonie Mani
Mireille Nguimgo
3:35.33 Nigeria
Hajarat Yusuf
Oluyemi Fagbamila
Pauline Ibeagha
Kudirat Akhigbe
3:38.25 Algeria
Houria Moussa
Sarah Bouaoudia
Nahida Touhami
Sarah Arrous
3:39.70 (NR)

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Field

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
Hestrie Cloete
South Africa
1.95 Amina Lemgherbi
Algeria
1.70 Hanen Dhouibi
Tunisia
1.70
Pole vault
Syrine Balti
Tunisia
4.06 Aïda Mohsni
Tunisia
3.60 Asma Akkari
Tunisia
3.40
Long jump
Françoise Mbango Etone
Cameroon
6.68 w Kéné Ndoye
Senegal
6.45 w Chinedu Odozor
Nigeria
6.39
Triple jump
Françoise Mbango Etone
Cameroon
14.95 Kene Ndoye
Senegal
14.28 Baya Rahouli
Algeria
13.78
Shot put
Vivian Chukwuemeka
Nigeria
17.60 Amel Ben Khaled
Tunisia
15.94 Wafa Ismail El Baghdadi
Egypt
15.43
Discus throw
Monia Kari
Tunisia
55.28 Vivian Chukwuemeka
Nigeria
54.12 Elizna Naudé
South Africa
51.89
Hammer throw
Marwa Hussein Arafat
Egypt
61.64 Caroline Fournier
Mauritius
58.39 Hayat El Ghazi
Morocco
58.27
Javelin throw
Aïda Sellam
Tunisia
55.46 Sorochukwu Ihuefo
Nigeria
55.30
(NR)
Bernadette Ravina
Mauritius
51.49
Heptathlon
Margaret Simpson
Ghana
6105 points Stéphanie Domaingue
Mauritius
5206 points Imen Chatbri
Tunisia
5103 points

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Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 South Africa 8 0 3 11
2 Tunisia 5 6 9 20
3 Kenya 5 6 3 14
4 Morocco 4 1 5 10
5 Nigeria 3 5 2 10
6 Cameroon 3 3 1 7
7 Algeria 2 4 6 12
8 Egypt 2 3 2 7
9 Namibia 2 2 0 4
10 Chad 2 0 0 2
11 Senegal 1 4 5 10
12 Mauritius 1 3 2 6
13 Ghana 1 2 1 4
14 Madagascar 1 1 0 2
15 Ethiopia 1 0 2 3
16 Burkina Faso 1 0 1 2
17 Mozambique 1 0 0 1
18= Botswana 0 1 0 1
18= Ivory Coast 0 1 0 1
18= Uganda 0 1 0 1
21 Liberia 0 0 1 1

Participating nations

See also

External links

  • Medalists - GBR Athletics
  • Full results
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