2007 African Junior Athletics Championships

8th African Junior Championships
Host city Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Date(s) 9 – 12 August
Level Under-20
Events 44

The 2007 African Junior Athletics Championships was the eighth edition of the biennial, continental athletics tournament for African athletes aged 19 years or younger. It was held in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, from 9–12 August. A total of 44 events were contested, 22 by men and 22 by women.[1]

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Gabriel Mvumvure (ZIM) 10.51 Idriss Khalid Zougari (MAR) 10.71 Kagisho Kumbane (RSA) 10.75
200 metres Gabriel Mvumvure (ZIM) 21.03 Idriss Khalid Zougari (MAR) 21.25 Kagisho Kumbane (RSA) 21.50
400 metres Julius Kirwa (KEN) 46.56 Silvester Kirwa Meli (KEN) 47.41 Pako Seribe (BOT) 47.44
800 metres David Rudisha (KEN) 1:46.41 Leonard Kibet Kiplagat (KEN) 1:47.95 Nadjim Manseur (ALG) 1:48.20
1500 metres Cornelius Ndiwa (KEN) 3:46.47 Dawit Wolde (ETH) 3:46.71 Dumisane Hlaselo (RSA) 3:49.25
5000 metres Mathew Kisorio (KEN) 14:13.25 Degen Gebremskel (ETH) 14:14.96 Dino Sefir (ETH) 14:15.53
10,000 metres Mathew Kisorio (KEN) 29:34.96 Hunegnaw Mesfin (ETH) 30:02.17 Imane Merga (ETH) 30:12.03
110 metres hurdles Louw Smit (RSA) 13.98 Idris Abdelrahman (EGY) 14.23 Moussa Dembélé (SEN) 14.36
400 metres hurdles John Kituu Wambua (KEN) 52.02 Amine Gounieber (ALG) 52.20 Tanarat Teklu (ETH) 52.63
3000 metres steeplechase Abel Mutai (KEN) 8:29.76 Yacob Jarso (ETH) 8:29.99 Patrick Terer (KEN) 8:29.99
4×100 m relay South Africa (RSA) 40.61 Burkina Faso (BUR) 41.39 Ghana (GHA) 41.46
4×400 m relay Kenya (KEN) 3:09.90 Ghana (GHA) 3:13.89 South Africa (RSA) 3:15.38
10,000 metres walk Maher Ben Halima (TUN) 53:09.98 Amine Djerarfaoui (ALG) 53:10.67 Degu Sore (ETH) 55:13.67
High jump Karim Lotfy (EGY) 2.17 m Hubert De Beer (RSA) 2.15 m Sean Stone (RSA) 2.01 m
Pole vault Karim El-Mafhoum (MAR) 4.60 m Larbi Bourada (ALG) 4.60 m Mouhcine Cheaouri (MAR) 4.40 m
Long jump Keenan Watson (RSA) 7.79 m (w) Ethan Alexander (RSA) 7.52 m Mohamed Yassine Chaieb (TUN) 7.44 m
Triple jump Seif Islam Temacini (ALG) 15.58 m Edwin Kemei (KEN) 14.88 m Mohamed Amin Trabelsi (TUN) 14.83 m
Shot put Jan Hoffman (RSA) 19.03 m Orazio Cremona (RSA) 17.66 m Moussa Diarra (GAB) 16.69 m
Discus throw Victor Hogan (RSA) 56.35 m Jan Hoffman (RSA) 54.57 m Becave Coulibaly (MLI) 42.42 m
Hammer throw Mostafa Al-Gamel (EGY) 66.36 m Alaa El-Din (EGY) 63.51 m Clinton Williams (RSA) 61.51 m
Javelin throw Mohamed Ali Kebabou (TUN) 71.47 m Ferney Kitvsoff (RSA) 69.22 m Ihab El-Sayed (EGY) 65.63 m
Decathlon Mehdi Mouaci (ALG) 6604 pts Nicolas Castor (MRI) 6346 pts Richard Adou (CIV) 4859 pts

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Constance Mkenku (RSA) 11.65 Sergine Kouanga (CMR) 11.88 Fadoua Adili (MAR) 12.10
200 metres Constance Mkenku (RSA) 23.96 Sergine Kouanga (CMR) 24.42 Pamela Jelimo (KEN) 24.68
400 metres Pamela Jelimo (KEN) 54.93 Benjamine Saka (BEN) 56.20 Vivian Mills (GHA) 57.04
800 metres Lydia Wafula (KEN) 2:06.05 Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 2:06.13 Amina Bakhit (SUD) 2:06.38
1500 metres Emebt Etea (ETH) 4:17.39 Mercy Kosgei (KEN) 4:20.41 Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 4:20.91
3000 metres Emebt Etea (ETH) 9:07.53 Bizunesh Urgesa (ETH) 9:12.10 Jacklin Chebii (KEN) 9:20.59
5000 metres Mary Ngugi (KEN) 15:50.55 Makida Haruna (ETH) 15:52.17 Pauline Korikwiang (KEN) 15:59.61
100 metres hurdles Tété Traore (BUR) 14.26 Salma Abou Emam (EGY) 14.41 Claudia Viljoen (RSA) 14.48
400 metres hurdles Fayza Omer Jomaa (SUD) 58.59 Hayat Lambarki (MAR) 59.10 Gnouwéré Coulibaly (BUR) 62.70
3000 metres steeplechase Mueni Mutai (KEN) 10:02.46 Beatrice Kiprop (KEN) 10:10.06 Trihas Gebre (ETH) 10:17.30
4×100 m relay South Africa (RSA) 46.60 Burkina Faso (BUR) 48.10 Ghana (GHA) 48.37
4×400 m relay Kenya (KEN) 3:49.52 Ghana (GHA) 3:53.54 Burkina Faso (BUR) 3:56.24
10,000 metres walk Bekashign Aynalem (ETH) 52:53.79 Tegist Bedilu (ETH) 54:17.69 Afef El-Trabelsi (TUN) 55:10.63
High jump Marcoleen Pretorius (RSA) 1.75 m Meryem Ouahbi (MAR) 1.61 m Salamatou Moussa (GHA) 1.55 m
Pole vault All three entrants failed to clear a height
Long jump Yamina Hjaji (MAR) 5.97 m Christy Coetzee (RSA) 5.94 m Enas Gharib (EGY) 5.89 m
Triple jump Yamina Hjaji (MAR) 12.33 m Enas Gharib (EGY) 12.32 m Worokia Sanou (BUR) 12.24 m
Shot put Walaa Atteya (EGY) 12.95 m Nakani Coulibaly (MLI) 12.95 m Liliane Kragbe (CIV) 9.30 m
Discus throw Mariam Traore (MLI) 36.50 m Ebtehal Aboud (LBA) 36.22 m Rose Nacoulma (BUR) 25.19 m
Hammer throw Noura Zakaria (EGY) 42.84 m Ebtehal Aboud (LBA) 16.90 m Sonia Halliche (ALG) 13.03 m
Javelin throw Gerlize De Klerk (RSA) 49.18 m Abaynesh Sisay (ETH) 41.04 m Rose Nacoulma (BUR) 39.37 m
Heptathlon Katia Amokrane (ALG) 4316 pts Korotimi Traore (BUR) 3601 pts Emmanuelle Bagabila (BUR) 3456 pts

References

  1. ^ Ouma, Mark (2007-08-13). Rudisha takes expected gold in Ouagadougou as African junior championships conclude. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-13.
Results
  • African Junior Championships 2007. World Junior Athletics History. Retrieved on 2013-10-13.
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