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Athletics at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie

At the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie, the athletics events were held at the Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium from 1 to 6 October. A total of 46 track and field events were contested.[1]

Athletics at the VI Francophonie Games
Host cityBeirut, Lebanon Lebanon
Date(s)1–6 October 2009
Main stadiumCamille Chamoun Sports City Stadium
Participation398 athletes from
36 nations
Events46
Records set5 Games records


Contents

Medal summaryEdit

For full event details see Athletics at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie – Results

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Ben Youssef Meité (CIV) 10.15 (w)   Aziz Ouhadi (MAR) 10.31 (w)   Mamadou Lamine Niang (SEN) 10.32 (w)
200 metres   Ben Youssef Meité (CIV) 20.37   Stéphan Buckland (MRI) 20.59   Khalid Zougari (MAR) 20.77
400 metres   Eric Milazar (MRI) 46.00   Mathieu Gnanligo (BEN) 46.03   Marouane Maadadi (MAR) 46.54
800 metres   Amine Laâlou (MAR) 1:46.68   Abdoulaye Wagne (SEN) 1:47.48   Mohcine El Amine (MAR) 1:47.76
1500 metres   Amine Laâlou (MAR) 3:51.59   Fouad Elkaam (MAR) 3:51.85   Matthew Lincoln (CAN) 3:53.61
5000 metres   Chakir Boujattaoui (MAR) 13:42.72   Anis Selmouni (MAR) 13:43.73   Hicham Bellani (MAR) 13:45.53
10,000 metres   Dieudonné Disi (RWA) 29:38.68   Anis Selmouni (MAR) 29:39.07   Hicham Bellani (MAR) 29:43.39
110 metres hurdles   Jared MacLeod (CAN) 13.56 GR   Alexandru Mihăilescu (ROU) 13.92   Aymen Ben Ahmeda (TUN) 14.07
400 metres hurdles   Fadil Bellaabouss (FRA) 50.23   Sébastien Maillard (FRA) 50.35   Mamadou Kassé Hanne (SEN) 50.69
3000 metres steeplechase   Abdellatif Chamlal (MAR) 8:40.18   Chakir Boujattaoui (MAR) 8:41.06   Amor Yahya (TUN) 8:48.30
4×100 metres relay   Burkina Faso (BUR)
Siaka Son
Idrissa Sanou
Innocent Bologo
Gérard Kobiane
39.57   Mauritius (MRI)
Fabrice Coiffic
Eric Milazar
Henrico Louis
Stéphan Buckland
39.60   Senegal (SEN)
Alassane Diallo
Mamadou Lamine Niang
Niang Oumar
Abdourahmane Ndour
39.87
4×400 metres relay   Senegal (SEN)
Mamadou Kassé Hanne
Abdoulaye Wagne
Assane Thiam
Mamadou Gueye
3:06.93   Morocco (MAR)
Ismael Daif
Abdelkrim Khoudri
Younés Belkaifa
Amine Laâlou
3:07.46   Mauritius (MRI)
Antonio Vieillesse
Fernando Augustin
Ian Monet
Eric Milazar
3:08.29
Marathon   Zäid Laâroussi (MAR) 2:24:08   Felix Ntirenganya (RWA) 2:24:23   Ahmed Nasef (MAR) 2:24:44
20 km walk   Hervé Davaux (FRA) 1:25:35   Hassanine Sebei (TUN) 1:28:30   Bertrand Moulinet (FRA) 1:31:02
High jump   Mihai Donisan (ROU) 2.24 m   Mathias Cianci (FRA) 2.20 m   Mark Dillon (CAN) 2.20 m
Pole vault   Vincent Favretto (FRA) 5.40 m   Kristian Wilson (CAN) 5.10 m   David Foley (CAN) 5.00 m
Long jump   Yahya Berrabah (MAR) 8.40 m GR, NR   Ndiss Kaba Badji (SEN) 8.32 m   Julien Fivaz (SUI) 7.76 m
Triple jump   Hugo Mamba Schlick (CMR) 16.78 m   Alin Anghel (ROU) 16.24 m   Julien Kapek (FRA) 16.23 m
Shot put   Tumatai Dauphin (FRA) 18.63 m   Yasser Ibrahim Farag (EGY) 18.09 m   Laurențiu Popa (ROU) 17.17 m
Discus throw   Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly (EGY) 61.01 m   Yasser Ibrahim Farag (EGY) 59.56 m   Jean-François Aurokiom (FRA) 59.46 m
Hammer throw   Mohsen El Anany (EGY) 71.30 m   Frédérick Pouzy (FRA) 68.24 m   Jérôme Bortoluzzi (FRA) 68.03 m
Javelin throw   Ihab Al Sayed Abdelrahman (EGY) 77.33 m GR   Curtis Moss (CAN) 75.74 m   Levente Bartha (ROU) 74.65 m
Decathlon   Massimo Bertocchi (CAN) 8053 pts   François Gourmet (Wallonia) 7660 pts   Jamie Adjetey-Nelson (CAN) 7602 pts

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Geneviève Thibault (CAN) 11.55 (w)   Kadiatou Camara (MLI) 11.73 (w)   Chantal Grant (CAN) 11.74 (w)
200 metres   Kaltouma Nadjina (CHA) 23.09   Kimberly Hyacinthe (CAN) 23.15   Esther Akinsulie (CAN) 23.63
400 metres   Kaltouma Nadjina (CHA) 51.04   Fatou Bintou Fall (SEN) 52.90   Ndeye Fatou Soumah (SEN) 53.21
800 metres   Seltana Ait Hammou (MAR) 2:02.62   Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 2:02.76   Linda Marguet (FRA) 2:03.15
1500 metres   Btissam Lakhouad (MAR) 4:21.56   Siham Hilali (MAR) 4:21.56   Seltana Ait Hammou (MAR) 4:21.79
5000 metres   Bouchra Chaabi (MAR) 16:23.05   Hanane Ouhaddou (MAR) 16:27.51   Thérese Ngono Etoundi (CMR) 16:31.08
10,000 metres   Claudette Mukasakindi (RWA) 35:32.60   Bouchra Chaâbi (MAR) 35:32.87   Maria Laghrissi (MAR) 37:53.14
100 metres hurdles   Élisabeth Davin (Wallonia) 13.32   Gnima Faye (SEN) 13.35   Anne Zagré (Wallonia) 13.37
400 metres hurdles   Hayat Lambarki (MAR) 58.40   Lamiae Lhabze (MAR) 58.81   Carole Kaboud Mebam (CMR) 58.85
3000 metres steeplechase   Ancuța Bobocel (ROU) 10:05.01   Hanane Ouhaddou (MAR) 10:07.40   Elsa Delaunay (FRA) 10:48.29
4×100 metres relay   Canada (CAN)
Chantal Grant
Kimberly Hyacinthe
Teneshia Peart
Geneviève Thibault
44.78   France (FRA)
Lina Jacques-Sébastien
Ayodele Ikuesan
Amandine Elard
Aurore Ruet
45.19   Cameroon (CMR)
Stephanie Belibi
Esther Ndoumbe
Joséphine Mbarga-Bikié
Carole Waboud
46.24
4×400 metres relay   Canada (CAN)
Vicki Tolton
Kate Ruediger
Kimberly Hyacinthe
Esther Akinsulie
3:35.95   Senegal (SEN)
Fatou Diabaye
Mame Fatou Faye
Fatou Bintou Fall
Ndeye Fatou Soumah
3:36.27   Morocco (MAR)
Naima Ibrahimi
Hayat Lambarki
Lamiae Lhabze
Halima Hachlaf
3:37.72
Marathon   Epiphanie Nyirabaramé (RWA) 2:44:36   Adeline Roche (FRA) 3:03:18 Not awarded
10 km walk   Chaima Trabelsi (TUN) 48:27   Christine Guinaudeau (FRA) 49:10   Megan Huzzey (CAN) 50.15
High jump   Sandrine Champion (FRA) 1.84 m   Beatrice Lundmark (SUI) 1.84 m   Nicole Forrester (CAN) 1.80 m
Pole vault   Télie Mathiot (FRA) 4.25 m   Gabriella Duclos-Lasnier (CAN) 4.20 m   Leanna Wellwood (CAN) 4.10 m
Long jump   Alina Militaru (ROU) 6.49 m   Vanessa Gladone (FRA) 6.30 m   Cristina Sandu (ROU) 6.27 m
Triple jump   Vanessa Gladone (FRA) 13.40 m   Jamaa Chnaik (MAR) 13.35 m   Amy Zongo (FRA) 13.27 m
Shot put   Anca Heltne (ROU) 17.80 m   Jessica Cérival (FRA) 17.14 m   Julie Labonté (CAN) 15.93 m
Discus throw   Ileana Sorescu (ROU) 54.28 m   Kazai Suzanne Kragbé (CIV) 53.68 m   Coralie Glatre (FRA) 51.55 m
Hammer throw   Manuela Montebrun (FRA) 70.26 m GR   Bianca Perie (ROU) 67.67 m   Amelie Perrin (FRA) 66.17 m
Javelin throw   Lindy Leveau-Agricole (SEY) 57.48 m GR   Hana'a Ramadhan Omar (EGY) 55.89 m   Maria Negoiță (ROU) 55.17 m
Heptathlon   Gabriella Kouassi (FRA) 5460 pts   Jennifer Cotten (CAN) 5230 pts   Béatrice Kamboulé (BUR) 4861 pts

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Morocco1013932
2  France981027
3  Canada551020
4  Romania53412
5  Egypt3306
6  Rwanda3104
7  Ivory Coast2103
8  Chad2002
9  Senegal15410
10  Mauritius1214
11  Tunisia1124
12  French Community of Belgium1113
13  Cameroon1034
14  Burkina Faso1012
15  Seychelles1001
16   Switzerland0112
17  Benin0101
  Mali0101
Totals (18 nations)464646138

Games recordsEdit

ParticipationEdit

Key: Country (no. of athletes)

ReferencesEdit

General
Specific
  1. ^ Comité International des Jeux de la Francophonie; Comité National des Jeux de la Francophonie (2009). "Les sites des Jeux - oif". Archived from the original (Les jeux de la Francophonie) on 2009-09-23. Retrieved 2009-09-27.[failed verification]

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