2002 World Military Track and Field Championships

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40th World Military Track and Field Championship
Host city Tivoli, Lazio, Italy
Date(s) 4 – 7 September
Events 30 (plus 2 marathons)

The 2002 World Military Track and Field Championships were the 40th edition of the international athletics competition between military personnel organised by the CISM (International Military Sports Council). The championships were held in Tivoli, Lazio, Italy from 4–7 September. A total of 30 events were contested, of which 21 by male and 9 by female athletes.

In addition to the track and field competition, the World Military Marathon Championships were held separately on 13–17 June in the Canton of Bern in Switzerland.[1]

The host, Italy, won the most medals, with ten gold medals and twenty medals in total across the two events. Kenya was the runner-up with seven golds in sixteen medals and Germany took third with five golds among its haul of fourteen. Twenty nations reached the medal table in the track and field and marathon competitions.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Francesco Scuderi (ITA) 10.67  Maurizio Checcucci (ITA) 10.75  Rafael de Araújo (BRA) 10.86
200 metres  Marco Torrieri (ITA) 20.71  Emanuele Di Gregorio (ITA) 21.04  Radek Zachoval (CZE) 21.20
400 metres  David Kirui (KEN) 45.30 CR  Flávio Godoy (BRA) 45.67  Sofiane Labidi (TUN) 45.74
800 metres  Joseph Mutua (KEN) 1:45.72  Michael Rotich (KEN) 1:45.98  Bram Som (NED) 1:46:49
1500 metres  Robert Rono (KEN) 3:42.51  Abdelkader Hachlaf (MAR) 3:42.94  David Kiplak (KEN) 3:43.12
5000 metres  Sammy Kipketer (KEN) 13:19.87  Paul Malakwen Kosgei (KEN) 13:20.92  Rachid Chékhémani (FRA) 13:38.79
10.000 metres  John Cheruiyot Korir (KEN) 28:02.69  Paul Malakwen Kosgei (KEN) 28:21.48  Mohammed Yagoub (SUD) 28:50.25
110 metres hurdles  Mike Fenner (GER) 13.56  Artur Kohutek (POL) 13.57  Devis Favaro (ITA) 13.80
400 metres hurdles  Fabrizio Mori (ITA) 49.37  Ruslan Mashchenko (RUS) 49.40  Štěpán Tesařík (CZE) 49.69
3000 metres steeplechase  Abraham Cherono (KEN) 8:27.17  Wilson Boit Kipketer (KEN) 8:34.31  Raphael Schäfer (GER) 8:39.17
4×100 metres relay  Italy (ITA)
Francesco Scuderi
Maurizio Checcucci
Emanuele Di Gregorio
Marco Torrieri
39.43  Kenya (KEN) 40.37  Brazil (BRA) 40.76
4×400 metres relay  Kenya (KEN)
Victor Kibet
Joseph Mutua
Michael Rotich
David Kirui
3:06.02  Czech Republic (CZE) 3:06.85  Senegal (SEN) 3:11.44
Marathon  Kamal Saidou (MAR) ?  Gino Van Geyte (BEL) ?  Alex de Mendonca (BRA) ?
10 km walk  Aigars Fadejevs (LAT) 39:58.25  Vladimir Andreyev (RUS) 40:08.27  Alessandro Gandellini (ITA) 40:09.37
High jump  Nicola Ciotti (ITA) 2.25 m  Tomáš Janků (CZE) 2.23 m  Svatoslav Ton (CZE) 2.23 m
Pole vault  Giuseppe Gibilisco (ITA) 5.50 m  Adam Ptáček (CZE) 5.40 m  Marvin Osei-Tutu (GER) 5.30 m
Long jump  Petr Lampart (CZE) 7.87 m  Andreas Pohle (GER) 7.68 m  Alessio Rimoldi (ITA) 7.66 m
Triple jump  Fabrizio Donato (ITA) 16.75 m  Aleksandr Sergeyev (RUS) 16.59 m  Thomas Moede (GER) 16.43 m
Shot put  Ralf Bartels (GER) 20.20 m  Paolo Dal Soglio (ITA) 20.02 m  Milan Haborák (SVK) 19.18 m
Discus throw  Igor Primc (SLO) 61.07 m  Jo Van Daele (BEL) 59.16 m  Aleksandr Borichevskiy (RUS) 59.04 m
Hammer throw  Nicola Vizzoni (ITA) 77.80 m  Markus Esser (GER) 76.08 m  Pavel Sedláček (CZE) 76.01 m
Javelin throw  Mark Frank (GER) 81.88 m  Christian Nicolay (GER) 78.65 m  Gregor Högler (AUT) 77.85 m[a]
  • a Gregor Högler's throw is listed as 75.77 m in the original results, but listed as 77.85 in Tilastopaja results with fourth placed Pekka Alaräisänen recording 77.11 m.[2]

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Manuela Grillo (ITA) 11.80  Francesca Cola (ITA) 11.99  Priscilla Isiao (KEN) 12.40
200 metres  Birgit Rockmeier (GER) 23.74  Svetlana Goncharenko (RUS) 24.08  Awatef Ben Hassine (TUN) 24.38
400 metres  Awatef Ben Hassine (TUN) 52.74  Natalya Lavshuk (RUS) 53.00  Birgit Rockmeier (GER) 53.11
800 metres  Brigita Langerholc (SLO) 2:03.11  Elena Antoci (ROM) 2:03.45  Seltana Aït Hammou (MAR) 2:03.60
1500 metres  Elena Antoci (ROM) 4:11.87  Naomi Mugo (KEN) 4:14.64  Brigitte Mühlbacher (AUT) 4:17.31
5000 metres  Sabrina Mockenhaupt (GER) 15:16.32  Zhor El Kamch (MAR) 15:22.05  Naomi Mugo (KEN) 15:29.81
400 metres hurdles  Monika Niederstätter (ITA) 56.27  Lara Rocco (ITA) 57.69  Yekaterina Bakhvalova (RUS) 58.26
Marathon  N. Guihot (FRA) ?  T. Hiscock (CAN) ?  S. Cote (CAN) ?
5 km walk  Yelena Nikolayeva (RUS) 20:54.65  Melanie Seeger (GER) 21:08.38  Rossella Giordano (ITA) 21:27.41
Long jump  Anna Pyatykh (RUS) 6.16 m  Katja Keller (GER) 6.07 m  Monica Falchi (ITA) 6.06 m

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 10 5 5 20
2  Kenya 7 6 3 16
3  Germany 5 5 4 14
4  Russia 2 5 2 9
5  Slovenia 2 0 0 2
6  Czech Republic 1 3 4 8
7  Morocco 1 2 1 4
8  Romania 1 1 0 2
9  Tunisia 1 0 2 3
10  France 1 0 1 1
11  Latvia 1 0 0 1
12  Belgium 0 2 0 2
13  Brazil 0 1 3 4
14  Canada 0 1 1 2
15  Poland 0 1 0 1
16  Austria 0 0 2 2
17=  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
17=  Senegal 0 0 1 1
17=  Slovakia 0 0 1 1
17=  Sudan 0 0 1 1
Total 32 32 32 96

Participation[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Military Marathon Championships Berne/Biel. Switzerland. 13-17 June 2002 Archived 10 November 2013 at the Wayback Machine.. CISM. Retrieved on 2013-11-10.
  2. ^ CISM Tivoli ITA 4 - 7 September. Tilastopaja. Retrieved on 2013-11-10.
Results