Athletics at the 2007 Pan Arab Games

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Athletics at the XI Pan Arab Games
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Host stadium in Cairo
Host city Cairo, Egypt
Date(s) 21– 24 November
Main stadium Military Academy Stadium
Participation c. 268 athletes from
20 nations
Events 46
Records set 7 Games records


At the 2007 Pan Arab Games, the athletics events were held at the Military Academy Stadium in Cairo, Egypt from 21 to 24 November 2007. A total of 46 events were contested, of which 23 by male and 23 by female athletes. Morocco was the most successful nation in the competition, taking ten gold medals in a 23-medal haul. Sudan and Tunisia won the second and third greatest number of golds with 8 and 7. The host country, Egypt, achieved six gold medals but also shared the joint highest total medal count with Morocco. Seven Games records were beaten at the 2007 edition of the event.

Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud of Egypt and Gretta Taslakian of Lebanon achieved the 100/200 metres double on the men's and women's sides, respectively. Sudan's Abubaker Kaki Khamis won both the men's 800 metres and 1500 metres, setting a Games record in the latter, and Abdelkader Hachlaf went unbeaten in both the 5000 metres and 3000 m steeplechase. Mona Jabir Adam Ahmed won the heptathlon and 400 m hurdles titles and also won a gold and a silver with Sudan in the women's relays. Her relay team-mate Nawal El Jack also won four medals, having taken the women's 400 metres race and the silver in the 200 m. Fadwa Al Bouza showed multiple talents by winning the women's triple jump and finishing third in the 100 m hurdles.

Records[edit]

In addition to the records set by medalling athletes at the 2007 Games, the following records were set by others competing in Cairo:

Men[edit]

Name Event Country Record Type
Omar Juma Bilal Alhkijkj 200 metres  United Arab Emirates 20.94 NR
Soleiman Salem Ayed
Hatem Mersal
M. Majdi
Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud
4×100 metres relay  Egypt 40.17 NR
? 4×100 metres relay  Jordan 40.38 NR
Key:0000WR — World record  • AR — Area record  • GR — Games record  • NR — National record
? Half marathon  Yemen 1:48:54 NR
Mouzi Mohd Ali High jump  Qatar 1.25 m NR
Rima Taha Farid Triple jump  Jordan 12.24 m NR
Ebtehal Fethi Khalifa Abbud Javelin throw  Libya 35.53 m NR
Key:0000WR — World record  • AR — Area record  • GR — Games record  • NR — National record

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see Athletics at the 2007 Pan Arab Games – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud (EGY) 10.38 NR  Yahya Al-Gahes (KSA) 10.40  Khalil Al-Hanahneh (JOR) 10.53
200 metres
(wind:2.0 m/s)
 Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud (EGY) 20.69  Khalil Al-Hanahneh (JOR) 20.81 NR  Soleiman Salem Ayed (EGY) 20.92
400 metres  Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr (SUD) 46.16  Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi (KSA) 46.50  Ridha Ghali  (TUN) 46.77
800 metres  Abubaker Kaki Khamis (SUD) 1:43.90 NR/GR  Mohammed Al-Salhi (KSA) 1:46.64  Saïd Doulal (MAR) 1:48.33
1500 metres  Abubaker Kaki Khamis (SUD) 3:47.92  Mohammed Othman Shaween (KSA) 3:48.49  Abdalla Abdelgadir (SUD) 3:48.97
5000 metres  Abdelkader Hachlaf (MAR) 13:39.75  Sultan Khamis Zaman (QAT) 13:39.79  Hasan Mahboob (BHR) 13:39.93
10,000 metres  Hasan Mahboob (BHR) 29:29.48  Sultan Khamis Zaman (QAT) 29:29.65  Moukheld Al-Outaibi (KSA) 29:29.74
110 m hurdles  Othmane Hadj Lazib (ALG) 14.03  Ali Hussein Al-Zaki (KSA) 14.60  Sami Ahmed Al-Haydar (KSA) 14.60
400 m hurdles  Abderahmane Hammadi (ALG) 50.77  Idriss Abdelaziz Al-Housaoui (KSA) 51.15  Ali Obaid Shirook (UAE) 51.66
3000 m steeplechase  Abdelkader Hachlaf  (MAR) 8:39.84  Hamid Ezzine (MAR) 8:42.57  Abubaker Ali Kamal (QAT) 8:43.02
4×100 m relay  Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Moussa Al-Housaoui
Yahya Al-Gahes
Salem Mubarak Al-Yami
Yahya Hassan Habeeb
39.99  Oman (OMN)
Yousuf Darwish Awlad Thani
Juma Mubarak Al-Jabri
Abdullah Said Al-Sooli
Musabeh Al-Masoudi
40.12  Qatar (QAT)
Ibrahim Abdulla Al-Waleed
Areef Ibrahim
Sulaiman Hamid Aosman
Hamad Kefah Al-Dosari
40.14
4×400 m relay  Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Hamed Hamadan Al-Bishi
Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi
Mohammed Al-Salhi
Ismail Al-Sabani
3:04.74  Sudan (SUD)
Awadelkarim Makki
Abubaker Kaki
Salih Dar
Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr
3:06.52 NR  Tunisia (TUN)
Sofiane Labidi
Ridha Ghali
Mohamed Amin Guezmil
Chouaieb Chelbi
3:06.83
Half marathon  Brahim Beloua (MAR) 1:02:30 GR  Ali Mabrouk El Zaidi (LBA) 1:02:32  Abdulhak Elgorche Zakaria (BHR) 1:03:26
20,000 m track walk  Hassanine Sebei (TUN) 1:36:00.2  Mabrook Saleh Nasser Mohamed (QAT) 1:36:00.2  Mohamed Ameur (ALG) 1:43:35.8
High jump  Salem Al-Anezi (KUW) 2.20 m NR=  Rashid Ahmed Al-Mannai (QAT) 2.17 m  Majed Aldin Ghazal (SYR)
 Jamal Fakhri Al-Qasim (KSA)
2.14 m
Pole vault  Karim El Mafhoum (MAR) 5.00 m  Abderamane Tamada (TUN) 4.90 m  Sifax Khiari (ALG) 4.80 m
Long jump  Mohamed Salman Al-Khuwalidi (KSA) 8.19 m GR  Hussein Al-Sabee (KSA) 8.10 m  Issam Nima (ALG) 7.98 m
Triple jump  Tarik Bouguetaïb (MAR) 16.46 m  Mohammed Hamdi Awadh (QAT) 16.22 m  Mohamed Youssef Al-Sahabi (BHR) 16.03 m
Shot put  Khalid Habash Al-Suwaidi (QAT) 19.56 m GR  Sultan Al-Hebshi (KSA) 19.53 m  Yasser Ibrahim Farag (EGY) 19.42 m
Discus throw  Sultan Mubarak Al-Dawoodi (KSA) 58.63 m  Ahmed Mohamed Dheeb (QAT) 57.76 m  Yasser Ibrahim Farag (EGY) 57.74 m
Hammer throw  Mohsen El Anany (EGY) 74.22 m GR  Ali Al-Zinkawi (KUW) 74.02 m  Hassan Mohamed Abdel Jawad (EGY) 68.68 m
Javelin throw  Mohamed Ali Kebabou (TUN) 71.41 m  Walid Abdelghani Sayed (EGY) 71.15 m  Mohamed Ibrahim Al-Khalifa (QAT) 69.67 m
Decathlon  Ahmad Hassan Moussa (QAT) 7383 pts  Abdallah Mohamed Saad Hamed (EGY) 7180 pts  Mohamed Ridha Al-Matroud (KSA) 6995 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Gretta Taslakian (LIB) 12.07  Dana Abdul Razak (IRQ) 12.20  Faten Abdunnari Mahdi (BHR) 12.28
200 metres  Gretta Taslakian (LIB) 23.56 NR/GR  Nawal El Jack (SUD) 24.25  Faten Abdunnari Mahdi (BHR) 24.73
400 metres  Nawal El Jack (SUD) 54.15  Hanane Skhyi (MAR) 55.36  Fayza Omer Jomaa (SUD) 56.90
800 metres  Amina Bakhit (SUD) 2:07.95  Amina Ait Hammou (MAR) 2:08.85  Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 2:09.50
1500 metres  Seltana Ait Hammou (MAR) 4:23.54  Amina Bakhit (SUD) 4:24.74  Sara Yusuf Yaqoob (BHR) 4:24.94
5000 metres  Safa Issaoui (TUN) 19:13.96  Sara Yusuf Yaqoob (BHR) 19:14.50  Hanane Ouhaddou (MAR) 19:14.96
10,000 metres  Nadia Ejjafini (BHR) 32:29.53 GR  Maria Laghrissi (MAR) 34:39.80  Mashaer Ali Abdelradi (SUD) 37:44.72
100 m hurdles  Lamiae Lhabze (MAR) 14.21  Salma Emam Abou El-Hassan (EGY) 14.38 NR  Fadwa Al Bouza (SYR) 14.53
400 m hurdles  Mona Jabir Adam Ahmed (SUD) 56.07  Hanane Skhyi (MAR) 57.31  Houria Moussa (ALG) 58.17
3000 m steeplechase  Hanane Ouhaddou (MAR) 10:30.33  Durka Mana (SUD) 10:49.34  Baraah Awadallah (JOR) 12:02.18
4×100 m relay  Morocco (MAR)
Fadoua Adili
Lamiae Lhabze
Hanane Skhyi
Fatima Zahra Dkouk
47.42  Sudan (SUD)
Amina Bakhit
Gubara Asmal
Nawal El Jack
Mona Jabir Adam Ahmed
47.43 NR  Iraq (IRQ)
Dana Abdul Razak
Rasha Abed Yaseen
Alaa Hekmat
Khazaal Al-Sudani Inam
48.20
4×400 m relay  Sudan (SUD)
Fayza Omer Jomaa
Nawal El Jack
Mona Jabir Adam Ahmed
Amina Bakhit
3:38.56  Morocco (MAR)
Lamiae Lhabze
Amina Aït Hammou
Seltana Aït Hammou
Hanane Skhyi
3:44.85  Iraq (IRQ)
Dana Abdul Razak
Rasha Abed Yaseen
Alaa Hekmat
Khazaal Al-Sudani Inam
3:54.96
Half marathon  Kareema Jasim (BHR) 1:15:15  Kenza Dahmani (ALG) 1:15:37  Ouafae Frikech (MAR) 1:18:57
10,000 m track walk  Chaima Trabelsi (TUN) 53:52.0  Nagwa Ibrahim Saleh Ali (EGY) 55:14.6  Ghania Amzal (ALG) 56:51.3
High jump  Karima Ben Othmani (TUN) 1.77 m  Yamilé Aldama (SUD) 1.77 m  Rim Hussin Abdallah (EGY) 1.68 m
Pole vault  Leila Ben Youssef (TUN) 3.80 m  Nisrine Dinar (MAR) 3.80 m  Nesrine Ahmed Hassen Emam (EGY) 3.70 m NR
Long jump
(No wind info)
 Fatima Zahra Dkouk (MAR) 6.16 m  Yamilé Aldama (SUD) 6.05 m  Inas Gharib (EGY) 5.93 m
Triple jump  Fadwa Al Bouza (SYR) 12.61 m  Fatima Zahra Dkouk (MAR) 12.60 m  Camélia Sahnoune (ALG) 12.57 m
Shot put  Wafa Ismail El Baghdadi (EGY) 15.29 m  Wala Mohamed Atia (EGY) 14.60 m  Amel Ben Khaled (TUN) 14.02 m
Discus throw  Monia Kari (TUN) 52.79 m  Heba Abou Meselhi Zachary (EGY) 49.73 m  Sara Sayed Hassib (EGY) 45.26 m
Hammer throw  Marwa Ahmed Hussein (EGY) 62.83 m  Mouna Dani (MAR) 57.36 m  Imane Mohamed Abdelhakim (EGY) 55.40 m
Javelin throw  Hana'a Ramadhan Omar (EGY) 48.28 m  Safa Mohamed Mekkawi (EGY) 45.91 m  Sabiha Mzoughi (TUN) 41.43 m
Heptathlon  Mona Jabir Adam Ahmed (SUD) 4594 pts  Chima Fethi Tehemar (EGY) 4232 pts  Katia Amokrane (ALG) 3637 pts

Medal table[edit]

18-year-old Abubaker Kaki's double gold performance was a games highlight
Hanane Ouhaddou's steeplechase gold and 5000 m bronze helped Morocco top the table
Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Morocco 10 9 4 23
2  Sudan 8 7 3 18
3  Tunisia 7 1 4 12
4  Egypt 6 8 9 23
5  Saudi Arabia 4 8 4 16
6  Bahrain 3 1 6 10
7  Qatar 2 6 3 11
8  Algeria 2 1 7 10
9  Lebanon 2 0 0 2
10  Kuwait 1 1 0 2
11  Syria 1 0 2 3
12=  Iraq 0 1 2 3
12=  Jordan 0 1 2 3
14=  Libya 0 1 0 1
14=  Oman 0 1 0 1
16  United Arab Emirates 0 0 1 1
Total 46 46 47 139

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]

Results
Daily reports

External links[edit]