Athletics at the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie

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Athletics at the VII Francophonie Games
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Host stadium in Nice
Host city Nice, France France
Date(s) 10–14 September 2013
Main stadium Stade Charles-Ehrmann
Participation 402 athletes from
42 nations
Events 43
Records set 8 GR's


At the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie, the athletics events were held at Stade Charles-Ehrmann from September 10 to September 14.[1] The host country, France, topped the medal table in front of Poland and Canada. A total of 8 Games records was bettered during the competition.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see Athletics at the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Emmanuel Biron (FRA) 10.41  Dontae Richards-Kwok (CAN) 10.46  Samuel Francis (QAT) 10.53
200 metres  Oluwasegun Makinde (CAN) 20.80  Idrissa Adam (CMR) 21.21  Jonathan Permal (MRI) 21.35
400 metres  Antoine Gillet (Wallonia) 46.64  Toumany Coulibaly (FRA)
 Angel Chelala (FRA)
46.87 Not awarded
800 metres  Musaab Bala (QAT) 1:46:57  Samir Jamaa (MAR) 1:47:50  Nader Belhanbel (MAR) 1:47:72
1500 metres  Ayanleh Souleiman (DJI) 3:57.35  Krzysztof Żebrowski (POL) 3:57.58  Fouad El Kaam (MAR) 3:57.91
5000 metres  Othmane El Goumri (MAR) 13:48.76  Younés Essalhi (MAR) 13:49.36  Youssouf Hiss Bachir (DJI) 13:50.61
10,000 metres  Hicham Bellani (MAR) 28:49.09  Olivier Irabaruta (BDI) 28:53.34  Mustapha El Aziz (MAR) 29:05.05
110 metres hurdles  Sékou Kaba (CAN) 13.84  Ladji Doucouré (FRA) 13.95  Ingvar Moseley (CAN) 14.02
400 metres hurdles  Mamadou Kassé Hanne (SEN) 49.48  Yoann Décimus (FRA) 50.05  Mohamed Seghaier (TUN) 50.46
3000 metres steeplechase  Hamid Ezzine (MAR) 8:43.41  Yoann Kowal (FRA) 8:43.79  Maaz Abdelrahman Shagag (QAT) 8:45.16
4×100 metres relay  Canada (CAN)
Aaron Bowman
Oluwasegun Makinde
Dontae Richards-Kwok
Jared Connaughton
39.14  France (FRA)
Mickaël-Meba Zézé
David Alerte
Arnaud Rémy
Emmanuel Biron
39.36  Wallonia (Wallonia)
Damien Broothaerts
Kevin Borlée
Jonathan Borlée
Julien Watrin
39.58
4×400 metres relay  France (FRA)
Toumany Coulibaly
Mamoudou-Elimane Hanne
Yoann Décimus
Angel Chelala
3:05.22  Wallonia (Wallonia)
Robin Vanderbemden
Antoine Gillet
Dylan Borlée
Will Oyowe
3:06.24  Switzerland (SUI)
Silvan Lutz
Kariem Hussein
Daniele Angelella
Philipp Weissenberger
3:07.21
20 kilometres walk  Kevin Campion (FRA) 1:24:32  Evan Dunfee (CAN) 1:25:30  Mabrook Saleh Mohamed (QAT) 1:26:26 NR
High jump  Derek Drouin (CAN) 2.30 m  Mickaël Hanany (FRA)
 Mihai Donisan (ROU)
2.30 m Not awarded
Pole vault  Valentin Lavillenie (FRA) 5.50 m  Shawnacy Barber (CAN)
 Jason Wurster (CAN)
5.20 m Not awarded
Long jump  Adrian Strzałkowski (POL) 7.99 m (w)  Kafétien Gomis (FRA) 7.81 m  Adrian Vasile (ROU) 7.78 m (w)
Triple jump  Yoann Rapinier (FRA) 17.11 m  Gaëtan Saku Bafuanga Baya (FRA) 16.93 m  Tarik Bouguetaïb (MAR) 16.66 m
Shot put  Tomasz Majewski (POL) 20.18 m GR  Gaëtan Bucki (FRA) 19.33 m  Timothy Nedow (CAN) 19.09 m
Discus throw  Sergiu Ursu (ROU) 62.87 m  Rashid Shafi Al-Dosari (QAT) 59.06 m  Ahmed Dheeb (QAT) 58.65 m
Hammer throw  Paweł Fajdek (POL) 78.28 m  Quentin Bigot (FRA) 74.60 m  Ashraf Amgad Elseify (QAT) 72.88 m
Javelin throw  Łukasz Grzeszczuk (POL) 78.62 m GR  Curtis Moss (CAN) 76.04 m  Killian Durechou (FRA) 73.22 m
Decathlon  Bastien Auzeil (FRA) 7789 pts  Darko Pešić (MNE) 7636 pts  Guillaume Thierry (MRI) 7511 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Ayodelé Ikuesan (FRA) 11.72  Andreea Ogrăzeanu (ROM) 11.72  Shai-Anne Davis (CAN) 11.80
200 metres  Crystal Emmanuel (CAN) 23.63  Léa Sprunger (SUI) 23.83  Cynthia Bolingo Mbongo (Wallonia) 24.08
400 metres  Floria Guei (FRA) 52.31  Marie Gayot (FRA) 52.33  Bianca Răzor (ROU) 52.69
800 metres  Elena Mirela Lavric (ROU) 2:02.27  Malika Akkaoui (MAR) 2:02.61  Melissa Bishop (CAN) 2:03.44
1500 metres  Rababe Arafi (MAR) 4:18.70  Siham Hilali (MAR) 4:18.89  Angelika Cichocka (POL) 4:19.37
10,000 metres  Diane Nukuri (BDI) 32:29.14 GR  Khadija Sammah (MAR) 32:38.42  Claudette Mukasakindi (RWA) 33:20.87
100 metres hurdles  Anne Zagré (Wallonia) 13.41  Gnima Faye (SEN) 13.47  Clélia Reuse (SUI) 13.57
400 metres hurdles  Hayat Lambarki (MAR) 57.22  Noelle Montcalm (CAN) 57.52  Mame Fatou Faye (SEN) 57.66
3000 metres steeplechase  Ancuța Bobocel (ROU) 9:46.82  Salima El Ouali Alami (MAR) 9:48.53  Geneviève Lalonde (New Brunswick) 9:53.35
4×100 metres relay  Wallonia (Wallonia)
Laura Leprince
Laetitia Libert
Cynthia Bolingo Mbongo
Anne Zagré
44.70  Switzerland (SUI)
Clélia Reuse
Sarah Atcho
Marisa Lavanchy
Léa Sprunger
45.01  France (FRA)
Aisseta Diawara
Carima Louami
Émilie Gaydu
Ayodelé Ikuesan
45.03
4×400 metres relay  Romania (ROU)
Sanda Belgyan
Elena Mirela Lavric
Adelina Pastor
Bianca Răzor
3:29.81  Canada (CAN)
Adrienne Power
Melissa Bishop
Noelle Montcalm
Alicia Brown
3:34.25  France (FRA)
Émeline Bauwe
Clarisse Moh
Fanny Lefevre
Floria Guei
3:35.20
20 kilometres walk  Laure Polli (SUI) 1:37:23 GR  Inès Pastorino (FRA) 1:39:14  Corinne Baudoin (FRA) 1:40:39
High jump  Melanie Skotnik (FRA) 1.90 m  Justyna Kasprzycka (POL) 1.88 m  Michelle Theophille (CAN) 1.86 m
Pole vault  Marion Lotout (FRA) 4.40 m GR  Fanny Smets (Wallonia) 4.40 m =GR  Heather Hamilton (CAN)
 Syrine Balti-Ebondo (TUN)
4.10 m
Long jump  Anna Jagaciak (POL) 6.68 m GR  Teresa Dobija (POL) 6.66 m  Christabel Nettey (CAN) 6.63 m
Triple jump  Anna Jagaciak (POL) 13.92 m  Carmen Toma (ROU) 13.92 m  Sandrine Mbumi (CMR) 13.44 m
Shot put  Anca Heltne (ROU) 17.14 m  Fabienne Digard (FRA) 15.32 m  Auriol Dongmo (CMR) 15.30 m
Discus throw  Kazai Suzanne Kragbé (CIV) 55.58 m  Lucie Catouillart (FRA) 53.12 m  Pauline Pousse (FRA) 53.07 m
Hammer throw  Anita Włodarczyk (POL) 75.62 m GR  Bianca Perie (ROU) 70.41 m  Alexandra Tavernier (FRA) 69.95 m
Javelin throw  Krista Woodward (CAN) 52.82 m  Alexia Kogut Kubiak (FRA) 51.35 m  Jessica Rosun (MRI) 49.36 m
Heptathlon  Laura Arteil (FRA) 5534 pts  Madelaine Buttinger (CAN) 5177 pts  Nada Charoudi (TUN) 4966 pts

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation (France)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 11 15 7 33
2  Poland 7 3 1 11
3  Canada 6 8 7 21
4  Morocco 5 6 4 15
5  Romania 5 4 2 11
6  Wallonia-Brussels 3 2 2 7
7   Switzerland 1 2 2 5
8  Qatar 1 1 5 7
9  Senegal 1 1 1 3
10  Burundi 1 1 0 2
11  Djibouti 1 0 1 2
12  Ivory Coast 1 0 0 1
13  Cameroon 0 1 2 3
14  Montenegro 0 1 0 1
=15  Tunisia 0 0 3 3
=15  Mauritius 0 0 3 3
=17  Rwanda 0 0 1 1
=17  New Brunswick 0 0 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]

IAAF daily reports