Athletics at the 2007 Summer Universiade

The athletics competition at the 2007 Summer Universiade was held in the Main Stadium at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand, between 9 August and 14 August 2007.

Athletics at the 2007 Summer Universiade
Dates9 – 14 August
Host cityBangkok, Thailand
VenueThammasat Stadium
LevelSenior
Events46
Participation1016 athletes from
107 nations


Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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  Simeon Williamson (GBR) 10.22   Zhang Peimeng (CHN) 10.30   Neville Wright (CAN) 10.37
200 metres
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  Amr Seoud (EGY) 20.74 PB   Leigh Julius (RSA) 20.96   Tomoya Kamiyama (JPN) 20.97
400 metres
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  Sean Wroe (AUS) 45.49   Piotr Klimczak (POL) 46.06 SB   Dmitry Buryak (RUS) 46.22 SB
800 metres
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  Ehsan Mohajer Shojaei (IRI) 1:46.04   Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 1:46.11   Livio Sciandra (ITA) 1:46.19
1500 metres
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  Samir Khadar (ALG) 3:39.62   Álvaro Rodríguez (ESP) 3:39.78   Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 3:40.98
5000 metres
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  Halil Akkaş (TUR) 14:08.47   Yuki Matsuoka (JPN) 14:09.33   Simon Ayeko (UGA) 14:10.13
10,000 metres
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  Mohamed Fadil (MAR) 30:19.41 SB   Simon Ayeko (UGA) 30:22.58   Stephen Mokoka (RSA) 30:31.78
Half marathon
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  Mohamed Fadil (MAR) 1:05:49 SB   Najim El Gady (MAR) 1:06:04   Takashi Toyoda (JPN) 1:06:30
3000 metre steeplechase
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  Halil Akkaş (TUR) 8:20.83 CR   Barnabas Kirui (KEN) 8:22.67   Ion Luchianov (MDA) 8:23.83
110 metres hurdles
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  Sergey Demidyuk (UKR) 13.33 PB   Ji Wei (CHN) 13.57   Anselmo Gomes da Silva (BRA) 13.58
400 metres hurdles
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  Petrus Koekemoer (RSA) 49.06   Kurt Couto (MOZ) 49.12 SB   Javier Culson (PUR) 49.35
4 × 100 m relay
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  Thailand
Pirom Autas,
Wachara Sondee,
Sompote Suwannarangsri,
Sittichai Suwonprateep
39.15   South Africa
Johannes Dreyer,
Leigh Julius,
Hendrik Kotze,
Snyman Prinsloo
Petrus Koekemoer
39.20   China
Wang Xiaoxu,
Zhang Peimeng,
Du Bing,
Yin Hualong
39.30
4 × 400 m relay
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  Poland
Witold Bańka,
Piotr Klimczak,
Piotr Kędzia,
Daniel Dąbrowski
3:02.05   Australia
Dylan Grant,
Mark Ormrod,
Joel Milburn,
Sean Wroe
3:02.76   Russia
Maxim Alexandrenko,
Valentin Kruglyakov,
Vladimir Antmanis,
Dmitry Buryak
3:05.04
20 km walk
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  Chu Yafei (CHN) 1:24:37   Park Chil-Sung (KOR) 1:24:42   Koichiro Morioka (JPN) 1:25:10
High jump
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  Aleksandr Shustov (RUS) 2.31   Kyriacos Ioannou (CYP) 2.26   Oleksandr Nartov (UKR) 2.26
Pole vault
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  Alexander Straub (GER) 5.60   Leonid Kivalov (RUS) 5.60   Dmitry Starodubtsev (RUS) 5.50
Long jump
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  Robert Crowther (AUS) 8.02 PB   Chao Chih-chien (TPE) 7.95 PB   Roman Novotny (CZE) 7.88
Triple jump
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  Kim Deok-Hyeon (KOR) 17.02 SB   Viktor Kuznyetsov (UKR) 16.94 SB   Wu Bo (CHN) 16.64
Shot put
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  Maxim Sidorov (RUS) 20.01   Māris Urtāns (LAT) 19.38   Chang Ming-huang (TPE) 19.36
Discus throw
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  Gerhard Mayer (AUT) 61.55   Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly (EGY) 60.89   Märt Israel (EST) 60.32
Hammer throw
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  Aleksandr Vashchyla (BLR) 76.94   Aliaksandr Kazulka (BLR) 74.52   Igor Vinichenko (RUS) 73.94
Javelin throw
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  Vadims Vasiļevskis (LAT) 83.92 SB   Igor Janik (POL) 82.28 SB   Ainārs Kovals (LAT) 82.23
Decathlon
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  Jacob Minah (GER) 8099 PB   Hans Van Alphen (BEL) 8047 PB   Carlos Chinin (BRA) 7920

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Johanna Manninen
  Finland
11.46 Olena Chebanu
  Ukraine
11.56 Audra Dagelytė
  Lithuania
11.65
200 metres
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Iryna Shtangyeyeva
  Ukraine
22.95 Kadi-Ann Thomas
  Great Britain
23.28 PB Hanna Mariën
  Belgium
23.48
400 metres
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Olga Tereshkova
  Kazakhstan
51.62 PB Danijela Grgić
  Croatia
51.88 SB Ksenia Zadorina
  Russia
51.89
800 metres
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Yuliya Krevsun
  Ukraine
1:57.63 WL, PB Ekaterina Kostetskaya
  Russia
1:59.52 Charlotte Best
  Great Britain
2:01.50 PB
1500 metres
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Olesya Chumakova
  Russia
4:09.32 Tatyana Holovchenko
  Ukraine
4:10.46 Sylwia Ejdys
  Poland
4:11.51
5000 metres
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Jessica Augusto
  Portugal
15:28.78 CR Tatyana Holovchenko
  Ukraine
15:40.56 Elizaveta Grechishnikova
  Russia
15:50.58
10,000 metres
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Ksenia Agafonova
  Russia
32:20.94 Ryoko Kizaki
  Japan
32:55.11 PB Jo Pun-Hui
  North Korea
33:20.55
Half marathon
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Kim Kum-Ok
  North Korea
1:12:31 Kei Terada
  Japan
1:12:37 Jong Yong-Ok
  North Korea
1:13:56
3000 metre steeplechase
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Dobrinka Shalamanova
  Bulgaria
9:45.04 Valentyna Gorpynych
  Ukraine
9:45.55 Türkan Erişmiş
  Turkey
9:46.12 PB
100 metres hurdles
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Yauheniya Valadzko
  Belarus
13.03 PB Nevin Yanit
  Turkey
13.07 Yevgeniya Snihur
  Ukraine
13.08
400 metres hurdles
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Tatyana Azarova
  Kazakhstan
55.52 Anastasiya Rabchenyuk
  Ukraine
55.98 Jonna Tilgner
  Germany
56.27 SB
4 × 100 m relay
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  Finland
Heidi Hannula,
Sari Keskitalo,
Ilona Ranta,
Johanna Manninen
43.48   Thailand
Sangwan Jaksunin,
Orranut Klomdee,
Jutamass Tawoncharoen,
Nongnuch Sanrat
43.92 SB   Ukraine
Olena Chebanu,
Halyna Tonkovyd,
Iryna Shtangyeyeva,
Iryna Shepetyuk
43.99
4 × 400 m relay
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  Ukraine
Nataliya Pygyda,
Antonina Yefremova,
Olha Zavhorodnya,
Oksana Shcherbak
3:29.59   Russia
Olga Shulikova,
Elena Voinova,
Anastasia Kochetove,
Ksenia Zadorina
3:30.49   Great Britain
Kelly Massey,
Laura Finucane,
Kadi-Ann Thomas,
Faye Harding
3:33.70
20 km walk
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Jiang Qiuyan
  China
1:35:22 Lidia Mongelli
  Italy
1:37:23 Sniazhana Yurchanka
  Russia
1:37:26
High jump
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Marina Aitova
  Kazakhstan
1.92 Ariane Friedrich
  Germany
1.90 Anna Ustinova
  Kazakhstan
1.90
Pole vault
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Aleksandra Kiryashova
  Russia
4.40 Kristina Gadschiew
  Germany
4.40 Nicole Büchler
   Switzerland
4.35 PB
Long jump
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Olga Rypakova
  Kazakhstan
6.85 SB Yelena Sokolova
  Russia
6.61 Styliani Pilatou
  Greece
6.52
Triple jump
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Olha Saladukha
  Ukraine
14.79 PB Dana Velďáková
  Slovakia
14.41 PB Yarianna Martínez
  Cuba
14.25
Shot put
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Irina Tarasova
  Russia
17.46 Yuliya Leantsiuk
  Belarus
17.20 Magdalena Sobieszek
  Poland
16.88
Discus throw
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Yarelis Barrios
  Cuba
61.36 Dani Samuels
  Australia
60.47 SB Dragana Tomašević
  Serbia
56.82
Hammer throw
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Darya Pchelnik
  Belarus
68.74 Eileen O'Keeffe
  Ireland
68.46 Lenka Ledvinová
  Czech Republic
66.41
Javelin throw
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Buoban Pamang
  Thailand
61.40 NR Monica Stoian
  Romania
61.19 PB Urszula Jasińska
  Poland
60.63
Heptathlon
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Viktorija Žemaitytė
  Lithuania
5971 Sara Aerts
  Belgium
5904 Hanna Melnychenko
  Ukraine
5852

Medals tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia64717
2  Ukraine56415
3  Kazakhstan4015
4  Belarus3205
5  China2226
6  Germany2215
7  Australia2204
8  Turkey2114
9  Morocco2103
  Thailand2103
11  Finland2002
12  Poland1236
13  South Africa1214
14  Great Britain1124
15  Latvia1113
16  Egypt1102
  South Korea1102
18  North Korea1023
19  Cuba1012
  Lithuania1012
21  Algeria1001
  Austria1001
  Bulgaria1001
  Iran1001
  Portugal1001
26  Japan0336
27  Belgium0213
28  Brazil0134
29  Chinese Taipei0112
  Italy0112
  Uganda0112
32  Croatia0101
  Cyprus0101
  Ireland0101
  Kenya0101
  Mozambique0101
  Romania0101
  Slovakia0101
  Spain0101
40  Czech Republic0022
41  Canada0011
  Estonia0011
  Greece0011
  Moldova0011
  Puerto Rico0011
  Serbia0011
  Switzerland0011
Totals (47 nations)464646138

Participating nationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

ResultsEdit

Daily reportsEdit

  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-10). "Historic gold for Thailand as athletics starts at World University Games, Day 1". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-11). "Rypakova leaps 6.85m - World University Games day 2". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-12). "Second gold for Manninen, Vasilevskis takes Javelin win in Bangkok - World University Games days 3". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-13). "Chumakova takes gold No. 5 for Russia in Bangkok - World University Games day 4". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-14). "Second gold for Akkas, historic wins for Egypt and Portugal and two records fall, WUG 5th day". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  • Robinson, Javier Clavelo (2007-08-15). "Krevsun runs world season's best 1:57.63 – World University Games, Final Day". IAAF.org. Retrieved 2007-08-17.