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2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics

The 15th World Junior Championships in Athletics was an international athletics competition for athletes qualifying as juniors (born 1995 or later) which was held at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA, on 22–27 July 2014.[1] A total of 44 athletics events were contested at the championships, 22 by male and 22 by female athletes. A total of 1546 athletes from 175 countries were participate.[1]

2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host cityUnited States Eugene, Oregon, USA
Nations participating175
Athletes participating1546
Events44
Dates22–27 July
Main venueHayward Field
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Several medalists from the 2012 championships were eligible to defend their titles, including Wilhem Belocian, Ashraf Amgad Elseify, Falk Wendrich, Jessica Judd, Ana Peleteiro and Sofi Flinck.

Contents

Men's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Kendal Williams
  United States
10.21
PB
Trayvon Bromell
  United States
10.28 Yoshihide Kiryu
  Japan
10.34
200 m
details
Trentavis Friday
  United States
20.04w Divine Oduduru
  Nigeria
20.25w Michael O'Hara
  Jamaica
20.31w
400 m
details
Machel Cedenio
  Trinidad and Tobago
45.13
WJL
Nobuya Kato
  Japan
46.17
SB
Abbas Abubakar Abbas
  Bahrain
46.20
800 m
details
Alfred Kipketer
  Kenya
1:43.95
WJL
Joshua Tiampati Masikonde
  Kenya
1:45.14
PB
Andreas Almgren
  Sweden
1:45.65
NJR
1500 m
details
Jonathan Kiplimo Sawe
  Kenya
3:40.02
SB
Abdi Waiss Mouhyadin
  Djibouti
3:41.38 Hillary Cheruiyot Ngetich
  Kenya
3:41.61
SB
5000 m
details
Yomif Kejelcha
  Ethiopia
13:25.19
PB
Yasin Haji
  Ethiopia
13:26.21
PB
Moses Letoyie
  Kenya
13:28.11
10,000 m
details
Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei
  Uganda
28:32.86 Elvis Kipchoge Cheboi
  Kenya
28:35.20 Nicholas Mboroto Kosimbei
  Kenya
28:38.68
110 m hurdles
(99.0 cm)
details
Wilhem Belocian
  France
12.99
WJR
Tyler Mason
  Jamaica
13.06
AJR
David Omoregie
  Great Britain
13.35
400 m hurdles
details
Jaheel Hyde
  Jamaica
49.29
WJL
Ali Khamis Khamis
  Bahrain
49.55
NJR
Tim Holmes
  United States
50.07
3000 m steeplechase
details
Barnabas Kipyego
  Kenya
8:25.57 Titus Kipruto Kibiego
  Kenya
8:26.15 Evans Rutto Chematot
  Bahrain
8:32.61
PB
4×100 m relay
details
  United States
Jalen Miller
Trayvon Bromell
Kendal Williams
Trentavis Friday
38.70
WJL
  Japan
Takuya Kawakami
Yoshihide Kiryu
Yuki Koike
Masaharu Mori
39.02
SB
  Jamaica
Raheem Robinson
Michael O'Hara
Edward Clarke
Jevaughn Minzie
39.12
SB
4×400 m relay
details
  United States
Josephus Lyles
Tyler Brown
Ricky Morgan
Michael Cherry
3:03.31
WJL
  Japan
Julian Jrummi Walsh
Kaisei Yui
Takamasa Kitagawa
Nobuya Kato
3:04.11
AJR
  Jamaica
Twayne Crooks
Martin Manley
Nathon Allen
Jaheel Hyde
3:04.47
SB
10,000 m walk
details
Daisuke Matsunaga
  Japan
39:27.19
CR
Diego García
  Spain
39:51.59
NJR
Paolo Yurivilca
  Peru
40:02.07
NJR

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Mikhail Akimenko
  Russia
2.24
PB
Dzmitry Nabokau
  Belarus
2.24
PB
Woo Sang-hyeok
  South Korea
2.24
PB
Pole vault
details
Axel Chapelle
  France
5.55
WJL
Daniil Kotov
  Russia
5.50
PB
Oleg Zernikel
  Germany
5.50
PB
Long jump
details
Wang Jianan
  China
8.08 Lin Qing
  China
7.94 Shotaro Shiroyama
  Japan
7.83
Triple jump
details
Lázaro Martínez
  Cuba
17.13
CR
Max Hess
  Germany
16.55
PB
Mateus de Sá
  Brazil
16.47
NJR
Shot put (6 kg)
details
Konrad Bukowiecki
  Poland
22.06
WJL
Denzel Comenentia
  Netherlands
20.17
PB
Braheme Days, Jr.
  United States
20.01
Discus throw (1.750 kg)
details
Martin Marković
  Croatia
66.94
WJL
Henning Prüfer
  Germany
64.18
PB
Sven Martin Skagestad
  Norway
63.21
Hammer throw (6 kg)
details
Ashraf Amgad Elseify
  Qatar
84.71
WJL
Bence Pásztor
  Hungary
79.99 Ilya Terentyev
  Russia
76.31
Javelin throw
details
Gatis Čakšs
  Latvia
74.04
PB
Matija Muhar
  Slovenia
72.97 Andrian Mardare
  Moldova
72.81
Decathlon (junior)
details
Jiří Sýkora
  Czech Republic
8135
CR
Cedric Dubler
  Australia
8094
AJR
Tim Nowak
  Germany
7980
NJR

Women's resultsEdit

TrackEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Dina Asher-Smith
  Great Britain
11.23 Ángela Tenorio
  Ecuador
11.39 Kaylin Whitney
  United States
11.45
200 m
details
Kaylin Whitney
  United States
22.82 Irene Ekelund
  Sweden
22.97 Ángela Tenorio
  Ecuador
23.15
400 m
details
Kendall Baisden
  United States
51.85 Gilda Casanova
  Cuba
52.59 Olivia Baker
  United States
53.00
800 m
details
Margaret Nyairera Wambui
  Kenya
2:00.49
PB
Sahily Diago
  Cuba
2:02.11 Georgia Wassall
  Australia
2:02.71
1500 m
details
Dawit Seyaum
  Ethiopia
4:09.86 Gudaf Tsegay
  Ethiopia
4:10.83 Sheila Chepngetich Keter
  Kenya
4:11.21
PB
3000 m
details
Mary Cain
  United States
8:58.48
PB
Lilian Kasait Rengeruk
  Kenya
9:00.53 Valentina Chepkwemoi Mateiko
  Kenya
9:00.79
PB
5000 m
details
Alemitu Heroye
  Ethiopia
15:10.08 Alemitu Hawi
  Ethiopia
15:10.46
PB
Agnes Jebet Tirop
  Kenya
15:43.12
100 m hurdles
details
Kendell Williams
  United States
12.89
CR
Dior Hall
  United States
12.92
PB
Nadine Visser
  Netherlands
12.99
NJR
400 m hurdles
details
Shamier Little
  United States
55.66 Shona Richards
  Great Britain
56.16
NJR
Jade Miller
  United States
56.22
PB
3000 m steeplechase
details
Ruth Jebet
  Bahrain
9:36.74 Rosefline Chepngetich
  Kenya
9:40.28
PB
Daisy Jepkemei
  Kenya
9:47.65
SB
4×100 m relay
details
  United States
Teahna Daniels
Ariana Washington
Jada Martin
Kaylin Whitney
43.46
WJL
  Jamaica
Sashalee Forbes
Kedisha Dallas
Saqukine Cameron
Natalliah Whyte
43.97
SB
  Germany
Lisa Marie Kwayie
Lisa Mayer
Gina Lückenkemper
Chantal Butzek
44.65
SB
4×400 m relay
details
  United States
Shamier Little
Olivia Baker
Shakima Wimbley
Kendall Baisden
3:30.42
WJL
  Great Britain
Shona Richards
Loren Bleaken
Sabrina Bakare
Cheriece Hylton
3:32.00
SB
  Germany
Laura Müller
Hannah Mergenthaler
Laura Gläsner
Ann-Kathrin Kopf
3:33.02
SB
10,000 m walk
details
Anežka Drahotová
  Czech Republic
42:47.25
WJR
Wang Na
  China
44:02.64
PB
Ni Yuanyuan
  China
44:16.72
PB

FieldEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Morgan Lake
  Great Britain
1.93 Michaela Hrubá
  Czech Republic
1.91
NJR
Irina Ilieva
  Russia
1.88
Pole vault
details
Alayna Lutkovskaya
  Russia
4.50
CR
Desiree Freier
  United States
4.45
AJR
Eliza McCartney
  New Zealand
4.45
NR
Long jump
details
Akela Jones
  Barbados
6.34 Nadia Akpana Assa
  Norway
6.31 Maryse Luzolo
  Germany
6.24
Triple jump
details
Rouguy Diallo
  France
14.44 Liadagmis Povea
  Cuba
14.07 Li Xiaohong
  China
14.03
Shot put
details
Guo Tianqian
  China
17.71 Raven Saunders
  United States
16.63 Emel Dereli
  Turkey
16.55
Discus throw
details
Izabela da Silva
  Brazil
58.03
WJL
Valarie Allman
  United States
56.75 Navjeet Kaur Dhillon
  India
56.36
PB
Hammer throw
details
Al'ona Shamotina
  Ukraine
66.05 Réka Gyurátz
  Hungary
64.68 Iliana Korosidou
  Greece
63.67
Javelin throw
details
Ekaterina Starygina
  Russia
56.85
SB
Sofi Flinck
  Sweden
56.70 Sara Kolak
  Croatia
55.74
Heptathlon
details
Morgan Lake
  Great Britain
6148
PB
Yorgelis Rodríguez
  Cuba
6006 Nadine Visser
  Netherlands
5948

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (United States)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States*115521
2  Kenya45716
3  Ethiopia3306
4  Great Britain3216
5  Russia3126
6  France3003
7  China2226
8  Czech Republic2103
9  Cuba1405
10  Japan1326
11  Jamaica1236
12  Bahrain1124
13  Brazil1012
  Croatia1012
15  Barbados1001
  Latvia1001
  Poland1001
  Qatar1001
  Trinidad and Tobago1001
  Uganda1001
  Ukraine1001
22  Germany0257
23  Sweden0213
24  Hungary0202
25  Netherlands0123
26  Australia0112
  Ecuador0112
  Norway0112
29  Belarus0101
  Djibouti0101
  Nigeria0101
  Slovenia0101
  Spain0101
34  Greece0011
  India0011
  Moldova0011
  New Zealand0011
  Peru0011
  South Korea0011
  Turkey0011
Totals (40 nations)444444132

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 1411 athletes from 153 countries participated in the event. Registered athletes from   Afghanistan,   Burkina Faso, the   Central African Republic,   Chad,   Côte d'Ivoire,   Guinea-Bissau,   Iraq and   Libya did not show.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "More Records set to be broken - World Junior Championships Entries confirm 186 countries". IAAF. 10 July 2014. Retrieved 28 July 2014.
  2. ^ IAAF World Junior Championships - Eugene (USA) - 22-27 July 2014 - RESULTS (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 21 August 2015

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