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1994 World Junior Championships in Athletics

The 1994 World Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, on July 20-24.

1994 World Junior Championships in Athletics
Estadio de Honra EUL 2012.jpg
The host stadium in Lisbon
Host cityPortugal Lisbon, Portugal
Nations participating143
Athletes participating1139
Events42
Dates20-24 July
Main venueEstádio Universitário de Lisboa
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ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Deji Aliu
  Nigeria
10.21 Jason Gardener
  Great Britain
10.25 Deworski Odom
  United States
10.26 WYB
200 metres
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Tony Wheeler
  United States
20.62 Deji Aliu
  Nigeria
20.88 Ian Mackie
  Great Britain
20.95
400 metres
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Awotoro Adediran
  Nigeria
45.83 Ramon Clay
  United States
46.13 Shaun Farrell
  New Zealand
46.31
800 metres
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Paul Byrne
  Australia
1:47.42 Japheth Kimutai
  Kenya
1:48.22 Alain Miranda
  Cuba
1:48.24
1500 metres
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Julius Achon
  Uganda
3:39.78 André Bucher
   Switzerland
3:40.46 Philip Mosima
  Kenya
3:41.09
5000 metres
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Daniel Komen
  Kenya
13:45.37 Habte Jifar
  Ethiopia
13:49.70 Giuliano Battocletti
  Italy
13:51.16
10,000 metres
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Daniel Komen
  Kenya
28:29.74 Kenji Takao
  Japan
28:55.24 Michitane Noda
  Japan
29:00.55
20 kilometres road run
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Clodoaldo da Silva
  Brazil
1:03:21 Carlos García
  Spain
1:03:38 Antonello Landi
  Italy
1:03:40
110 metres hurdles
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Frank Busemann
  Germany
13.47 Dudley Dorival
  United States
13.65 Darius Pemberton
  United States
13.93
400 metres hurdles
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Hennadiy Horbenko
  Ukraine
50.56 Miklós Róth
  Hungary
50.85 Noel Levy
  Great Britain
50.94
3000 metres steeplechase
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Paul Chemase
  Kenya
8:31.51 Julius Chelule
  Kenya
8:33.64 Yarba Lakhal
  Morocco
8:34.42
10,000 metres walk
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Jorge Segura
  Mexico
40:26.93 Yevgeniy Shmalyuk
  Russia
40:32.72 Artur Meleshkevich
  Belarus
40:35.52
4 × 100 metres relay
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  Great Britain
Jason Gardener
Julian Golding
Ian Mackie
Trevor Cameron
39.60   United States
Deworski Odom
Tony Simmons
Patrick Johnson
Toya Jones
39.76   Canada
Carlton Chambers
Dave Tomlin
Chris Robinson
Eric Frempong-Manso
39.90
4 × 400 metres relay
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  United States
Desmond Johnson
Tony Wheeler
Milton Campbell
Ramon Clay
3:03.32   Jamaica
Rohan McDonald
Davian Clarke
Mario Watts
Michael McDonald
3:04.12   Great Britain
Guy Bullock
Nick Budden
Noel Levy
Mark Hylton
3:06.59
High jump
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Jagan Hames
  Australia
2.23 Antoine Burke
  Ireland
2.20 Mika Polku
  Finland
2.20
Pole vault
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Viktor Chistyakov
  Russia
5.60 Dmitriy Markov
  Belarus
5.50 Taoufik Lachheb
  France
5.30
Long jump
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Gregor Cankar
  Slovenia
8.04 Bogdan Tarus
  Romania
8.01 Shigeru Tagawa
  Japan
7.85
Triple jump
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Onochie Achike
  Great Britain
16.67 Leonard Cobb
  United States
16.65 Ronald Servius
  France
16.55
Shot put
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Adam Nelson
  United States
18.34 Andreas Gustafsson
  Sweden
17.95 Ville Tiisanoja
  Finland
17.90
Discus throw
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Frantz Kruger
  South Africa
58.22 Julio Piñero
  Argentina
57.80 Timo Sinervo
  Finland
56.76
Javelin throw
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Marius Corbett
  South Africa
77.98 Matti Närhi
  Finland
74.92 Isbel Luaces
  Cuba
72.82
Hammer throw
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Szymon Ziółkowski
  Poland
70.44 Igor Tugay
  Ukraine
70.08 Sergey Vasilyev
  Russia
66.14
Decathlon
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Benjamin Jensen
  Norway
7676 Klaus Isekenmeier
  Germany
7298 Glenn Lindqvist
  Finland
7288
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WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Sabrina Kelly
  United States
11.36 Aspen Burkett
  United States
11.40 Philomena Mensah
  Ghana
11.43
200 metres
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Heide Seÿerling
  South Africa
22.80 (w) LaKeisha Backus
  United States
22.86 (w) Tatyana Tkalich
  Ukraine
23.35 (w)
400 metres
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Olabisi Afolabi
  Nigeria
51.97 Monique Hennagan
  United States
52.25 Hana Benešová
  Czech Republic
52.60
800 metres
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Mioara Cosulianu
  Romania
2:04.95 Jackline Maranga
  Kenya
2:05.05 Kutre Dulecha
  Ethiopia
2:05.17
1500 metres
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Anita Weyermann
   Switzerland
4:13.97 Marta Domínguez
  Spain
4:14.59 Atsumi Yashima
  Japan
4:15.84
3000 metres
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Gabriela Szabo
  Romania
8:47.40 Susie Power
  Australia
8:56.93 Sally Barsosio
  Kenya
8:59.34
10,000 metres
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Yoko Yamazaki
  Japan
32:34.11 Jackline Okemwa
  Kenya
33:19.51 Jebiwot Keitany
  Kenya
33:35.98
100 metres hurdles
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Kirsten Bolm
  Germany
13.26 LaTasha Colander
  United States
13.30 Diane Allahgreen
  Great Britain
13.31
400 metres hurdles
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Ionela Târlea
  Romania
56.25 Virna De Angeli
  Italy
56.93 Emma Holmqvist
  Sweden
57.23
5000 metres walk
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Irina Stankina
  Russia
21:05.41 Susana Feitor
  Portugal
21:12.87 Natalya Trofimova
  Russia
21:24.71
4 × 100 metres relay
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  Jamaica
Tulia Robinson
Beverley Langley
Kerry-Ann Richards
Astia Walker
44.01   Germany
Sandra Roos
Gabriele Becker
Sandra Görigk
Esther Möller
44.78   Great Britain
Diane Allahgreen
Susan Williams
Sinead Dudgeon
Rebecca Drummond
45.08
4 × 400 metres relay
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  United States
Cicely Scott
Monique Hennagan
Michelle Brown
Jowanna McMullen
3:32.08   Romania
Marinella Mircea
Lavinia Miroiu
Andrea Burlacu
Ionela Tîrlea
3:36.59   Germany
Susanne Merkel
Claudia Angerhausen
Ivonne Teichmann
Ulrike Urbansky
3:36.65
High jump
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Olga Kaliturina
  Russia
1.88 Kajsa Bergqvist
  Sweden
1.88 Amy Acuff
  United States
Lenka Riháková
  Slovakia
1.88
Long jump
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Yelena Lysak
  Russia
6.72 Heli Koivula
  Finland
6.64 Ingvild Larsen
  Norway
6.39
Triple jump
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Yelena Lysak
  Russia
14.43 Ren Ruiping
  China
14.36 Tatyana Lebedeva
  Russia
13.62
Shot put
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Cheng Xiaoyan
  China
18.76 Yumileidi Cumbá
  Cuba
18.09 Claudia Mues
  Germany
17.07
Discus throw
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Corrie de Bruin
  Netherlands
55.18 Sabine Sievers
  Germany
54.86 Suzy Powell
  United States
52.62
Javelin throw
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Taina Uppa
  Finland
59.02 María Caridad Álvarez
  Cuba
58.26 Réka Kovács
  Hungary
55.88
Heptathlon
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Kathleen Gutjahr
  Germany
5918 Regla Cárdenas
  Cuba
5834 Ding Ying
  China
5785
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 tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Portugal)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)58417
2  Russia (RUS)5139
3  Kenya (KEN)34310
4  Germany (GER)3328
5  Romania (ROM)3205
6  South Africa (RSA)3003
7  Great Britain (GBR)2158
8  Australia (AUS)2103
  Jamaica (JAM)2103
  Nigeria (NGR)2103
11  Finland (FIN)1247
12  Japan (JPN)1135
13  China (CHN)1113
  Ukraine (UKR)1113
15   Switzerland (SUI)1102
16  Norway (NOR)1012
17  Brazil (BRA)1001
  Mexico (MEX)1001
  Netherlands (NED)1001
  Poland (POL)1001
  Slovenia (SLO)1001
  Uganda (UGA)1001
23  Cuba (CUB)0325
24  Sweden (SWE)0213
25  Spain (ESP)0202
26  Italy (ITA)0123
27  Belarus (BLR)0112
  Ethiopia (ETH)0112
  Hungary (HUN)0112
30  Argentina (ARG)0101
  Ireland (IRL)0101
  Portugal (POR)*0101
33  France (FRA)0022
34  Canada (CAN)0011
  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
  Ghana (GHA)0011
  Morocco (MAR)0011
  New Zealand (NZL)0011
  Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (39 nations)424243127


ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count through an unofficial result list,[1] 1139 athletes from 143 countries participated in the event. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas, WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WJC - 1994 Lisbon POR Jul 20-24, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 31 August 2013, retrieved 13 June 2015
  2. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - Eugene 2014 - FACTS & FIGURES (PDF), IAAF, p. 5, retrieved 13 June 2015

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