Kéné Ndoye

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Kéné Ndoye
Medal record
Women's athletics
Competitor for  Senegal
All-Africa Games
Silver 2011 Maputo Triple jump

Kéné Ndoye (born November 20, 1978) is a female track and field athlete, competing internationally for Senegal. She was 14th in the triple jump at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

She won Senegal's first world indoor medal when she took bronze in the triple jump at the 2003 World Indoor Championships. She has also been successful in the African Championships in Athletics. She win 10 medals in African Championships in Athletics (3 Gold, 3 Silver and 4 Bronze). She had 3 All Africa Games Medals (1 Gold, 2 Bronze). She won the Golden Lion as Senegal's top sports person for 2003. She has been a scholarship holder with the Olympic Solidarity program since November 2002.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Senegal
1996 African Championships Yaoundé, Cameroon 3rd Long jump 5.85 m
1st Triple jump 12.99 m
World Junior Championships Sydney, Australia 25th (q) Triple jump 12.10 m
1997 African Junior Championships Ibadan, Nigeria 4th Triple jump 12.67 m
1998 African Championships Dakar, Senegal 3rd Triple jump 13.30 m
1999 World Championships Seville, Spain 17th (q) Triple jump 13.90 m
All-Africa Games Johannesburg, South Africa 4th Long jump 6.47 m
3rd Triple jump 13.88 m
2000 African Championships Algiers, Algeria 1st Long jump 6.39 m
3rd Triple jump 13.81 m
Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 14th (q) Triple jump 13.96 m
2002 African Championships Radès, Tunisia 3rd 100 m hurdles 13.72 s (w)
2nd Long jump 6.45 m (w)
2nd Triple jump 14.28 m
2003 World Indoor Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom 3rd Triple jump 14.72 m (iNR)
World Championships Paris, France 10th Triple jump 14.29 m
All-Africa Games Abuja, Nigeria 4th Long jump 6.37 m
1st Triple jump 14.23 m
2004 World Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 22nd (q) Triple jump 13.77 m
African Championships Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo 1st Long jump 6.64 m
2nd Triple jump 14.44 m
Olympic Games Athens, Greece 22nd (q) Long jump 6.45 m
14th Triple jump 14.18 m
2005 World Championships Helsinki, Finland 6th Triple jump 14.47 m
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 13th (q) Triple jump 13.88 m
African Championships Bambous, Mauritius 2nd Long jump 6.30 m
2nd Triple jump 14.08 m (w)
2011 All-Africa Games Maputo, Mozambique 2nd Triple jump 13.69 m

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