Athletics at the 2017 Summer Universiade

Athletics was contested at the 2017 Summer Universiade from August 23 to 28 at the Taipei Municipal Stadium in Taipei, Taiwan.[1]

Athletics at the 2017 Summer Universiade
Athletics Universiade 2017.png
Dates23–28 August 2017
Host cityTaipei, Taiwan
VenueTaipei Municipal Stadium
LevelSenior
Events46
Participation1258 athletes from
115 nations
Records set2 URs


Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Yang Chun-han
  Chinese Taipei
10.22 Thando Roto
  South Africa
10.24 Cameron Burrell
  United States
10.27
200 metres
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Jeffrey John
  France
20.93 James Linde
  Canada
20.96 Ján Volko
  Slovakia
20.99
400 metres
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Luguelín Santos
  Dominican Republic
45.24 SB Yoandys Lescay
  Cuba
45.31 SB Rafał Omelko
  Poland
45.56
800 metres
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Jesús Tonatiu López
  Mexico
1:46.06 PB Mohamed Belbachir
  Algeria
1:46.73 Aymeric Lusine
  France
1:47.18
1500 metres
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Timo Benitz
  Germany
3:43.45 Alexis Miellet
  France
3:43.91 Jonathan Davies
  Great Britain
3:43.99
5000 metres
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François Barrer
  France
14:00.86 Jonathan Davies
  Great Britain
14:02.46 Andreas Vojta
  Austria
14:02.65
10,000 metres
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Sadic Bahati
  Uganda
29:08.68 PB Nicolae Soare
  Romania
29:12.76 PB Kazuya Shiojiri
  Japan
29:20.96
110 metres hurdles
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Balázs Baji
  Hungary
13.35 Chen Kuei-ru
  Chinese Taipei
13.55 NR Damian Czykier
  Poland
13.56
400 metres hurdles
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Juander Santos
  Dominican Republic
48.65 Chen Chieh
  Chinese Taipei
49.05 PB Abdelmalik Lahoulou
  Algeria
49.30
3000 metres steeplechase
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Krystian Zalewski
  Poland
8:35.88 Rantso Mokopane
  South Africa
8:36.25 Ali Messaoudi
  Algeria
8:37.14
4x100 metres relay
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  Japan (JPN)
Yusuke Tanaka
Shuhei Tada
Sho Kitagawa
Jun Yamashita
38.65 SB   United States (USA)
John Lewis III
LeShon Collins
Jacarias Martin
Cameron Burrell
38.69   Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Wei Yi-ching [fr]
Yang Chun-han
Cheng Po-yu [de]
Chen Chia-hsun
39.06 SB
4x400 metres relay
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  Dominican Republic (DOM)
Juander Santos
Luis Charles
Andito Charles
Luguelín Santos
Kendris Díaz*
3:04.34   United States (USA)
Amere Lattin
Curtis Brown
Jordan Clarke
Kahmari Montgomery
3:06.68   Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Tesař
Lukáš Hodboď
Filip Šnejdr
Vít Müller
Martin Juránek*
3:08.14
Half marathon
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Kei Katanishi
  Japan
1:06:09 Naoki Kudo
  Japan
1:06:23 Kengo Suzuki
  Japan
1:06:56
Half marathon team
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  Japan (JPN) 3:19:28   South Africa (RSA) 3:31:38   Turkey (TUR) 3:34:42
20 kilometres walk
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Toshikazu Yamanishi
  Japan
1:27:30 Julio César Salazar
  Mexico
1:28:20 Fumitaka Oikawa
  Japan
1:30:11
20 km walk team
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  Japan (JPN) 4:28:41   Mexico (MEX) 4:29:14   Ukraine (UKR) 4:41:34
High jump
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Falk Wendrich
  Germany
2.29 m PB Marco Fassinotti
  Italy
2.29 m SB Hsiang Chun-hsien
  Chinese Taipei
2.26 m SB
Pole vault
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Diogo Ferreira
  Portugal
5.55 m Sergey Grigoryev
  Kazakhstan
5.50 m Claudio Stecchi
  Italy
5.40 m
Long jump
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Radek Juška
  Czech Republic
8.02 m Yasser Triki
  Algeria
7.96 m Raihau Maiau
  France
7.91 m
Triple jump
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Nazim Babayev
  Azerbaijan
17.01 m Hugues Fabrice Zango
  Burkina Faso
16.97 m PB Ryoma Yamamoto
  Japan
16.80 m
Shot put
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Francisco Belo
  Portugal
20.86 m PB Konrad Bukowiecki
  Poland
20.16 m Andrei Gag
  Romania
20.12 m
Discus throw
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Reginald Jagers III
  United States
61.24 m Alin Firfirică
  Romania
61.13 m Róbert Szikszai
  Hungary
60.91 m
Hammer throw
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Paweł Fajdek
  Poland
79.16 m Pavel Bareisha
  Belarus
77.98 m Serghei Marghiev
  Moldova
74.98 m
Javelin throw
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Cheng Chao-tsun
  Chinese Taipei
91.36 m UR, AS Andreas Hofmann
  Germany
91.07 m PB Huang Shih-feng
  Chinese Taipei
86.64 m PB
Decathlon
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Kyle Cranston
  Australia
7687 SB Juuso Hassi [de]
  Finland
7566 Aaron Booth
  New Zealand
7523 PB

* Indicates the athlete only competed in the preliminary heats and received medals.

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Sashalee Forbes
  Jamaica
11.18 Irene Siragusa
  Italy
11.31 PB Salomé Kora
  Switzerland
11.33
200 metres
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Irene Siragusa
  Italy
22.96 PB Gunta Latiševa-Čudare
  Latvia
23.15 PB Anna Bongiorni
  Italy
23.47
400 metres
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Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik
  Poland
51.76 Justine Palframan
  South Africa
51.83 SB Bianca Răzor
  Romania
51.97
800 metres
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Rose Mary Almanza
  Cuba
2:02.21 Olha Lyakhova
  Ukraine
2:03.11 Dorcus Ajok
  Uganda
2:03.22
1500 metres
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Amela Terzić
  Serbia
4:19.18 Dorcus Ajok
  Uganda
4:19.48 Kristiina Mäki
  Czech Republic
4:20.65
5000 metres
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Hanna Klein
  Germany
15:45.28 Jessica O'Connell
  Canada
15:50.96 Jessica Judd
  Great Britain
15:51.19
10,000 metres
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Darya Maslova
  Kyrgyzstan
33:19.27 Sanjivani Jadhav
  India
33:22.00 PB Ai Hosoda
  Japan
33:27.89
100 metres hurdles
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Nadine Visser
  Netherlands
12.98 Elvira Herman
  Belarus
13.17 Luca Kozák
  Hungary
13.19
400 metres hurdles
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Ayomide Folorunso
  Italy
55.63 SB Joanna Linkiewicz
  Poland
55.90 Olena Kolesnichenko
  Ukraine
56.14
3000 metres steeplechase
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Tuğba Güvenç
  Turkey
9:51.27 Viktória Gyürkés
  Hungary
9:52.17 Özlem Kaya
  Turkey
9:52.59
4x100 metres relay
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  Switzerland (SUI)
Ajla Del Ponte
Salomé Kora
Cornelia Halbheer
Selina von Jackowski
43.81   Poland (POL)
Kamila Ciba
Agata Forkasiewicz
Małgorzata Kołdej
Karolina Zagajewska
44.19   Japan (JPN)
Sayaka Takeuchi
Mizuki Nakamura
Ichiko Iki
Miyu Maeyama
44.56 SB
4x400 metres relay
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  Poland (POL)
Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik
Iga Baumgart
Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz
Justyna Święty-Ersetic
Aleksandra Gaworska*
Martyna Dąbrowska*
3:26.75   Mexico (MEX)
Dania Aguillón
Natali Brito
Leticia Cook
Paola Morán
3:33.98 SB   Romania (ROU)
Anamaria Nesteriuc
Sanda Belgyan
Camelia Gal
Bianca Răzor
3:34.16
Half marathon
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Yuki Munehisa
  Japan
1:13:48 Esma Aydemir
  Turkey
1:14:28 Saki Fukui
  Japan
1:14:37
Half marathon team
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  Japan (JPN) 3:43:35   Turkey (TUR) 3:55:13   Chinese Taipei (TPE) 4:05:52
20 kilometres walk
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Inna Kashyna
  Ukraine
1:39:44 Zhang Xin
  China
1:41:18 Elisa Neuvonen
  Finland
1:42:50
20 km walk team
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  Ukraine (UKR) 5:12:01   China (CHN) 5:19:12 None awarded
High jump
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Oksana Okunyeva
  Ukraine
1.97 m =SB Iryna Herashchenko
  Ukraine
1.91 m Airinė Palšytė
  Lithuania
1.91 m
Pole vault
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Iryna Zhuk
  Belarus
4.40 m Annika Roloff
  Germany
4.40 m Marta Onofre
  Portugal
4.40 m SB
Long jump
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Alina Rotaru
  Romania
6.65 m Nektaria Panagi
  Cyprus
6.42 m Anna Bühler
  Germany
6.38 m
Triple jump
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Neele Eckhardt
  Germany
13.91 m Fu Luna
  China
13.59 m PB Māra Grīva
  Latvia
13.58 m SB
Shot put
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Brittany Crew
  Canada
18.34 m Klaudia Kardasz
  Poland
17.90 m PB Paulina Guba
  Poland
17.76 m
Discus throw
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Kristin Pudenz
  Germany
59.09 m Valarie Allman
  United States
58.36 m Taryn Gollshewsky
  Australia
58.11 m
Hammer throw
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Malwina Kopron
  Poland
76.85 m UR, PB Hanna Malyshchyk
  Belarus
74.93 m Joanna Fiodorow
  Poland
71.33 m
Javelin throw
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Marcelina Witek
  Poland
63.31 m PB Marina Saito
  Japan
62.37 m PB Jenni Kangas
  Finland
60.98 m PB
Heptathlon
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Verena Preiner
  Austria
6224 Alysha Burnett
  Australia
5835 PB Noor Vidts
  Belgium
5728

* Indicates the athlete only competed in the preliminary heats and received medals.

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan (JPN)72716
2  Poland (POL)64414
3  Germany (GER)5218
4  Ukraine (UKR)3227
5  Dominican Republic (DOM)3003
6  Chinese Taipei (TPE)*2248
7  Italy (ITA)2226
8  France (FRA)2125
9  Portugal (POR)2013
10  United States (USA)1315
11  Belarus (BLR)1304
  Mexico (MEX)1304
13  Romania (ROU)1236
14  Turkey (TUR)1225
15  Canada (CAN)1203
16  Hungary (HUN)1124
17  Australia (AUS)1113
  Uganda (UGA)1113
19  Cuba (CUB)1102
20  Czech Republic (CZE)1023
21  Austria (AUT)1012
  Switzerland (SUI)1012
23  Azerbaijan (AZE)1001
  Jamaica (JAM)1001
  Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)1001
  Netherlands (NED)1001
  Serbia (SRB)1001
28  South Africa (RSA)0404
29  China (CHN)0303
30  Algeria (ALG)0224
31  Finland (FIN)0123
  Great Britain (GBR)0123
33  Latvia (LAT)0112
34  Burkina Faso (BUR)0101
  Cyprus (CYP)0101
  India (IND)0101
  Kazakhstan (KAZ)0101
38  Belgium (BEL)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
  Moldova (MDA)0011
  New Zealand (NZL)0011
  Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (42 nations)505049149

Participating nationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2017-08-22. Retrieved 2017-08-06.

External linksEdit