Athletics at the 2006 Lusophony Games

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Athletics at the 1st Lusophony Games
Macau Stadium Instituto do Desporto Mo707 3.JPG
The host stadium in Macau
Host city Macau, PR ChinaMacau
Date(s) 11 – 12 October
Main stadium Macau Stadium
Level Senior
Participation ? athletes from
11 nations
Events 31
2009


The Athletics at the 2006 Lusophony Games were held in the Macau Stadium on October 11 and 12. Brazil was the dominating delegation taking 19 out of 30 gold medals (63% of the total), while Sri Lanka managed to grab all three of gold medals it won in the Games in this sport. A total of 31 events were held, comprising 15 corresponding events for men and women, plus the men's 3000 metres steeplechase.[1]

Although the competition primarily featured junior and lower-quality senior international athletes, a number of well-known performers competed, including Susanthika Jayasinghe of Sri Lanka (who completed a 100 and 200 metres double), 1996 Olympic champion Fernanda Ribeiro and Portuguese triple jumper Nelson Évora.[1]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 19 15 7 41
2  Portugal 6 13 15 34
3  Sri Lanka 3 2 1 6
4  Mozambique 2 0 2 4
5  Cape Verde 1 0 0 1
6  São Tomé and Príncipe 0 1 0 1
7  Macau 0 0 5 5
8  Guinea-Bissau 0 0 1 1
9  Angola 0 0 0 0
9 East Timor East Timor 0 0 0 0
9  India 0 0 0 0
Total 31 31 31 93

Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Jorge Celio Sena (BRA) 10.42  Rafael Ribeiro (BRA) 10.57  Ricardo Monteiro (POR) 10.83
200 m  Bruno Barros (BRA) 21.55  Arnaldo Abrantes (POR) 21.92  Holder da Silva (GNB) 22.42
400 m  Fernando Almeida (BRA) 46.88  Rohitha Pushpakumara (SRI) 47.61  Paulo Ferreira (POR) 51.46
800 m  Kléberson Davide (BRA) 1:50.50  Diego Chargal Gomes (BRA) 1:51.50  Renato Silva (POR) 1:51.63
1500 m  Chaminda Indika Wijekoon (SRI) 3:56.67  Tiago Rodrigues (POR) 3:56.96  António Travassos (POR) 3:57.55
5000 m  Sergio Silva (BRA) 14:22.40  Carlos da Silva (POR) 14:42.52  Eder Silva (BRA) 14:42.86
Half marathon  Nelson Cruz (CPV) 1:09:08  Licinio Pimentel (POR) 1:09:36  Rui Teixeira (POR) 1:09:51
110 m hurdles  Rodrigo Pereira (BRA) 14.00  Eder Souza (BRA) 14.06  Luís Sá (POR) 14.59
400 m hurdles  Kurt Couto (MOZ) 50.29 NR  Raphael Fernandes (BRA) 50.55  Edivaldo Monteiro (POR) 51.66
3000 m steeplechase  Pedro Ribeiro (POR) 8:58.11  Alberto Paulo (POR) 8:59.07  Iurquen Roese (BRA) 9:38.44
High jump  Fábio Baptista (BRA) 2.12 m  Rafael Gonçalves (POR) 2.10 m  Guilherme Cobbo (BRA) 2.10 m
Long jump  Rogério Bispo (BRA) 7.79 m  Thiago Dias (BRA) 7.52 m  José Gaspar (POR) 7.24 m
Triple jump  Nelson Évora (POR) 16.30 m  Hilton da Silva (BRA) 15.66 m  Sampath Weerasinghe (SRI) 15.62 m
Shot put  Marco Fortes (POR) 17.73 m  Gustavo Mendonça (BRA) 17.01 m  Ronald Odair Julião (BRA) 16.10 m
4×100 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Thiago Dias
Fernando Almeida
Jorge Celio Sena
Rafael Ribeiro
40.28  Portugal (POR) 41.12  Macau (MAC) 42.37
4×400 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Diego Venâncio
Kléberson Davide
Raphael Fernandes
Fernando Almeida
3:07.81  Sri Lanka (SRI) 3:14.10  Portugal (POR) 3:14.96

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)

Women's[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Susanthika Jayasinghe (SRI) 11.42  Franciela Krasucki (BRA) 11.77  Thaissa Presti (BRA) 12.01
200 m  Susanthika Jayasinghe (SRI) 23.20  Franciela Krasucki (BRA) 24.12  Elisa Cossa (MOZ) 24.57
400 m  Cristina Elaine (BRA) 55.38  Carla Ratão (POR) 57.40  Joana Frias (POR) 1:00.52
800 m  Leonor Piuza (MOZ) 2:07.34  Geisiane de Lima (BRA) 2:13.76  Gisiane Bertoni (BRA) 2:13.94
1500 m  Sandra Teixeira (POR) 4:25.43  Sabine Heitling (BRA) 4:26.78  Lidia Sousa (POR) 4:40.47
5000 m  Sabine Heitling (BRA) 17:19.37  Celma Bonfim (STP) 18:17.12  Un Ieng Wong (MAC) 21:44.45
Half marathon  Mónica Silva (POR) 1:22:34  Fernanda Ribeiro (POR) 1:24:57  Leong Lai Heong (MAC) 1:39:52
100 m hurdles  Lucimara da Silva (BRA) 13.57  Fabiana Moraes (BRA) 14.07  Telma Cossa (MOZ) 14.09
400 m hurdles  Amanda Dias (BRA) 58.25  Gisele Cruz (BRA) 1.01.05  Catarina Bastos (POR) 1.03.55
High jump  Marisa Anselmo (POR) 1.84 m  Monica Freitas (BRA) 1.81 m  Sofia Pires (POR) 1.70 m
Long jump  Tânia Silva (BRA) 5.96 m  Patricia Venancio (BRA) 5.95 m  Patricia Mamona (POR) 5.65 m
Triple jump  Tânia Silva (BRA) 13.42 m  Susana Costa (POR) 12.46 m  Patricia Mamona (POR) 12.15 m
Shot put  Kelly Medeiros (BRA) 15.08 m  Dulce da Silva (POR) 14.14 m  Anna Paula Pereira (BRA) 13.67 m
4×100 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Lucimara da Silva
Franciela Krasucki
Thaissa Barbosa
Amanda Dias
45.58  Portugal (POR) 48.26  Macau (MAC) 50.93
4×400 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Paixao Elaine
Lucimara da Silva
Gisele Cruz
Amanda Dias
3:42.01  Portugal (POR) 3:49.90  Macau (MAC) 4:09.17

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)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Krishnan, Ram. Murali (2006-10-12). Jayasinghe’s sprint double highlights 1st Lusofonia Games. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-03-11.