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2001 World Youth Championships in Athletics

The 2001 World Youth Championships in Athletics was the second edition of the World Youth Championships in Athletics. It was held in Debrecen, Hungary from July 12 to July 15, 2001.[1]

2001 World Youth Championships in Athletics
2001 IAAF World Youth Championships.JPG
Host cityHungary Debrecen, Hungary
Date(s)12–15 July
Main stadiumGyulai István Atlétikai Stadion
Debrecen Athletics Stadium.JPG
LevelYouth (under 18)
Events39

Contents

ResultsEdit

Boys[1]Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Darrel Brown
  Trinidad and Tobago
10.31 CR Willie Hordge
  United States
10.41 Jonathan Wade
  United States
10.53
200 m Jonathan Wade
  United States
20.95 Michael Grant
  United States
21.30 Dion Rodriguez
  Trinidad and Tobago
21.36
400 m Karol Grzegorczyk
  Poland
46.90 Piotr Kędzia
  Poland
47.12 Jermaine Gonzales
  Jamaica
47.51
800 m Salem Amer Al-Badri
  Qatar
1:50.15 Cosmas Rono
  Kenya
1:50.35 Liao Fu-Pin
  Chinese Taipei
1:51.35
1500 m Isaac Songok
  Kenya
3:36.78 CR Samuel Dadi
  Ethiopia
3:39.78 Abdulrahman Sulaiman
  Qatar
3:42.03
3000 m Markos Geneti
  Ethiopia
7:55.82 David Kilel
  Kenya
7:56.95 James Kwalia
  Kenya
7:57.71
2000 m St. David Kirwa
  Kenya
5:33.40 Brimin Kipruto
  Kenya
5:36.81 Abrham Kebeto
  Ethiopia
5:37.76
110 m H 91.4 cm Nassim Meziane Ibrahimi
  Qatar
13.27 Marthinus van der Vyver
  South Africa
13.35 Eddy De Lépine
  France
13.39
400 m H 84.0 cm Amin Mohammed Al-Ozon
  Syria
50.25 Jonathan Walker
  United States
51.32 Kenji Narisako
  Japan
52.09
10,000 m track walk Vladimir Kanaykin
  Russia
42:55.75 Mikhail Seredovich
  Belarus
43:44.32 Francisco Flores
  Mexico
43:53.13
Medley relay   Poland
Tomasz Kaska
Piotr Zrada
Piotr Kędzia
Karol Grzegorczyk
1:50.46   United States
Jonathan Wade
Michael Grant
Willie Hordge
Jonathan Walker
1:50.90   South Africa
Samuel Brits
Marthinus van der Vyver
Leigh Julius
Louis Van Zyl
1:51.35
High jump Aleksey Dmitrik
  Russia
2.23 James Watson
  Australia
2.21 Aleksandr Plisko
  Belarus
2.19
Pole vault Artyom Kuptsov
  Russia
5.15 Vincent Favretto
  France
5.15 Go Kishita
  Japan
5.00
Long jump Thiago Dias
  Brazil
7.72 Ibrahim Abdulla Al-Waleed
  Qatar
7.62 Andrew Howe Besozzi
  Italy
7.61
Triple jump Jonathan Moore
  Great Britain
16.36 Arnie David Giralt
  Cuba
16.33 Osniel Tosca
  Cuba
15.67
Shot put 5 kg Georgi Ivanov
  Bulgaria
19.73 Yasser Ibrahim Farag
  Egypt
19.58 Lee Min-Won
  South Korea
19.57
Discus 1.500 kg Khalid Habash Al-Suwaidi
  Qatar
62.67 Robert Harting
  Germany
62.04 Omar Ahmed El Ghazali
  Egypt
61.06
Hammer 5 kg József Horváth
  Hungary
80.11 Werner Smit
  South Africa
79.48 Kirill Ikonnikov
  Russia
77.75
Javelin 700g Teemu Wirkkala
  Finland
76.18 Hamed Al-Khalifa
  Qatar
73.56 Tero Järvenpää
  Finland
68.85
Octathlon Rene Oruman
  Estonia
6219 Essa Mufarrah
  Saudi Arabia
6024 Jason Dudley
  Australia
5997
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)

GirlsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Allyson Felix
  United States
11.57 Kerron Stewart
  Jamaica
11.72 Zuzana Kosová
  Czech Republic
11.83
200 m Angel Perkins
  United States
23.07 Amy Spencer
  Great Britain
23.45 Zuzana Kosová
  Czech Republic
23.98
400 m Stephanie Smith
  United States
52.19 Jerrika Chapple
  United States
52.80 Anneisha McLaughlin
  Jamaica
53.35
800 m Cherotich Ruto
  Kenya
2:05.50 Veronika Plesarová
  Czech Republic
2:06.01 Carlene Robinson
  Jamaica
2:06.18
1500 m Georgie Clarke
  Australia
4:14.08 Florence Kyalo
  Kenya
4:15.71 Sentayehu Ejigu
  Ethiopia
4:17.51
3000 m Sally Chepyego
  Kenya
9:09.95 Mestewat Tufa
  Ethiopia
9:11.60 Fridah Domongole
  Kenya
9:12.70
100 m H 76.2 cm Kathrin Geissler
  Germany
13.49 Ashley Lodree
  United States
13.75 Carla Fick
  South Africa
13.75
400 m H Camile Robinson
  Jamaica
58.72 Kim Crow
  Australia
59.28 Olga Nikolayeva
  Russia
59.41
5000 m track walk Jiang Kun
  China
22:49.21 Kseniya Ischeykina
  Russia
22:58.43 Snezhana Yurchenko
  Belarus
23:28.51
Medley relay   United States
Ashley Lodree
Allyson Felix
Angel Perkins
Stephanie Smith
2:03.83   Jamaica
Shaunette Davidson
Kerron Stewart
Kashain Page
Anneisha McLaughlin
2:07.45   Romania
Mariana Bilal
Nadia Cocoranu
Gabriela Ciuca
Ioana Ciurila
2:09.70
High jump Aileen Wilson
  Great Britain
1.87 Petrina Price
  Australia
1.81 Levern Spencer
  Saint Lucia
1.81
Pole vault Silke Spiegelburg
  Germany
4.00 Aleksandra Kiryashova
  Russia
4.00 Anna Olko
  Poland
3.95
Long jump Shermin Oksuz
  Australia
6.41 CR Elena Anghelescu
  Romania
6.32 Angela Dies
  Germany
6.03
Triple jump Alina Popescu
  Romania
13.76 Svetlana Bolshakova
  Russia
13.32 Michelle Sanford
  United States
13.22
Shot put Valerie Adams
  New Zealand
16.87 CR Michelle Carter
  United States
15.23 Yulia Leantsiuk
  Belarus
15.08
Discus Ma Xuejun
  China
54.93 CR Darya Pishchalnikova
  Russia
49.37 Amarachi Ukabam
  United States
46.13
Hammer Andrea Kéri
  Hungary
59.86 Berta Castells
  Spain
59.65 Mariya Smaliachkova
  Belarus
59.16
Javelin Kimberley Mickle
  Australia
51.83 Justine Robbeson
  South Africa
51.54 Andrea Kvetová
  Czech Republic
51.49
Heptathlon Annett Wichmann
  Germany
5470 Christine Schulz
  Germany
5346 Amandine Constantin
  France
5296
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

 
Aleksey Dmitrik of Russia won the high jump.
 
Allyson Felix of the USA won the gold in the 100 metres and the medley relay.
 
Silke Spiegelburg won the pole vault gold for Germany.

  *   Host nation (Hungary)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States57315
2  Kenya44210
3  Russia3429
4  Australia3317
5  Qatar3216
6  Germany3115
7  Great Britain2204
8  Poland2114
9  China2002
  Hungary*2002
11  Jamaica1236
12  Ethiopia1225
13  Romania1113
14  Finland1012
  Trinidad and Tobago1012
16  Brazil1001
  Bulgaria1001
  Estonia1001
  New Zealand1001
  Syria1001
21  South Africa0325
22  Belarus0145
23  Czech Republic0134
24  France0123
25  Cuba0112
  Egypt0112
27  Saudi Arabia0101
  Spain0101
29  Japan0022
30  Chinese Taipei0011
  Italy0011
  Mexico0011
  Saint Lucia0011
  South Korea0011
Totals (34 nations)393939117

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "IAAF World Youth Championships". GBR Athletics. 2007. Retrieved 2008-08-23.

External linksEdit