2005 World Youth Championships in Athletics

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2005 World Youth Championships in Athletics
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Host city Morocco Marrakech, Morocco
Events 39
Dates 13–17 July
Main venue Stade Sidi Youssef Ben Ali
2003 Sherbrooke 2007 Ostrava  >

The 2005 World Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Marrakesh, Morocco on July 13–July 17. The host stadium was Stade Sidi Youssef Ben Ali.

Results[edit]

Boys[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Harry Aikines-Aryeetey
 Great Britain
10.35 PB Alexander Nelson
 Great Britain
10.36 Keston Bledman
 Trinidad and Tobago
10.55
200 m Harry Aikines-Aryeetey
 Great Britain
20.91 WYL Jorge Valcárcel
 Cuba
21.08 PB Matteo Galvan
 Italy
21.14 PB
400 m Adam El-Nour
 Sudan
46.56 PB Julius Kirwa
 Kenya
46.70 PB Bryshon Nellum
 United States
46.81 PB
800 m Gilbert Keter Kipkurui
 Kenya
1:48.42 CR Jackson Kivuna Mumbwa
 Kenya
1:48.57 PB Jan Masenamela
 South Africa
1:49.73 NJR
1500 m Belal Mansoor Ali
 Bahrain
3:36.98 Bader Khalil Bader
 Bahrain
3:43.70 PB Abubaker Kaki Khamis
 Sudan
3:45.06 PB
3000 m Abreham Cherkos
 Ethiopia
8:00.90 Ibrahim Jeilan
 Ethiopia
8:04.21 PB Saleh Bakheet Marzooq
 Bahrain
8:04.78
2000 m St.[1] Abel Mutai Kiprop
 Kenya
5:24.69 WYR Bisluke Kiplagat Kipkorir
 Kenya
5:24.87 PB Abdelghani Aït Bahmad
 Morocco
5:26.52 PB
110 m H 91.4 cm Cordera Jenkins
 United States
13.35 PB Ryan Brathwaite
 Barbados
13.44 Gianni Frankis
 Great Britain
13.48 PB
400 m H 84.0 cm Mohammed Daak
 Saudi Arabia
50.90 PB David Klech
 United States
50.90 PB Adel Jaber Asseri
 Saudi Arabia
51.68
10,000 m track walk Sergey Morozov
 Russia
42:26.92 Vladimir Akhmetov
 Russia
42:32.81 Yusuke Suzuki
 Japan
42:43.22 PB
Medley relay  United States
Isaiah Green
Devin Mays
Zach Chandy
Bryshon Nellum
1:51.19 WYL  Trinidad and Tobago
Kieron Anthony
Keston Bledman
Ade Alleyne-Forte
Kervin Morgan
1:52.51 PB  Saudi Arabia
M. Hadi Hassan
Mohammed Ali Al-Beshi
M.H Ismail Al-Sabani
Jaber Adel Asseri
1:52.89 PB
High jump Huang Haiqiang
 China
2.27 CR Oleksandr Nartov
 Ukraine
2.18 Alex Soto
 Spain
2.18 PB
Pole vault Yang Yansheng
 China
5.25 CR Scott Roth
 United States
5.25 CR Albert Velez
 Spain
5.20
Long jump Chris Noffke
 Australia
7.97w Tiberiu Talnar
 Romania
7.53w Cleiton Sabino
 Brazil
7.49 PB
Triple jump Dairo Hector Fuentes
 Cuba
16.63 CR Ilya Efremov
 Russia
16.45 PB Zhivko Petkov
 Bulgaria
16.20
Shot put 5 kg Jan Petrus Hoffman
 South Africa
20.99 WYL Vladislav Tulacek
 Czech Republic
19.97 Rosen Karamfilov
 Bulgaria
19.86
Discus 1.500 kg Ali Shahrokhi
 Iran
61.07 PB Osmel Charlot
 Cuba
60.17 PB Antonio e Silva Vital
 Portugal
59.30
Hammer 5 kg Sandor Palhegyi
 Hungary
81.89 CR Artem Vynnyk
 Ukraine
77.88 Alexander Smith
 Great Britain
73.77
Javelin 700g Noel Meyer
 South Africa
80.52 WYL Roman Avramenko
 Ukraine
79.22 PB Victor Fatecha
 Paraguay
77.21 PB
Octathlon Yordani Garcia
 Cuba
6482 WYR Matthias Prey
 Germany
6282 PB Cleiton Sabino
 Brazil
6218 PB

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)

Girls[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Bianca Knight
 United States
11.38 WYL Ebony Collins
 United States
11.44 PB Schillonie Calvert
 Jamaica
11.44
200 m Aymée Martínez
 Cuba
22.99 CR Bianca Knight
 United States
23.33 LaToya King
 Jamaica
23.57 PB
400 m Nawal El Jack
 Sudan
51.19 CR, NR Danijela Grgic
 Croatia
51.30 PB Aymée Martínez
 Cuba
52.04 PB
800 m Teresa Flavious Kwamboka
 Kenya
2:07.42 Winny Chebet
 Kenya
2:08.15 Katherine Katsanevakis
 Australia
2:08.35
1500 m Sheila Kiprotich Chepkirui
 Kenya
4:12.29 CR Yuriko Kobayashi
 Japan
4:13.96 PB Bizunesh Mohammed Urgesa
 Ethiopia
4:19.34 PB
3000 m Veronica Wanjiru Nyaruai
 Kenya
9:01.61 CR Pauline Korikwiang Chemning
 Kenya
9:05.42 Hitomi Niiya
 Japan
9:10.34 PB
100 m H 76.2 cm April Williams
 United States
13.23 WYL Natasha Ruddock
 Jamaica
13.38 Theresa Lewis
 United States
13.39
400 m H Ebony Collins
 United States
55.96 CR Lauren Boden
 Australia
58.30 Aya Miyahara
 Japan
59.62
5000 m track walk Tatyana Kalmykova
 Russia
22:14.47 CR Elmira Alembekova
 Russia
22:27.17 Xue Chai
 China
22:34.28 PB
Medley relay  United States
Khrystal Carter
Ebony Collins
Bianca Knight
Brandi Cross
2:03.93 WYL  Australia
Jessica Gulli
Olivia Tauro
Megan Hill
Jaimee-Lee Hoebergen
2:06.58 PB  Brazil
Tatiane Ferraz
Vanda Gomes
Franciela Krasucki
Josiane Valentim
2:06.60 PB
High jump Gu Biwei
 China
1.87 Sophia Begg
 Australia
1.85 Yekaterina Yevseyeva
 Kazakhstan
1.85
Pole vault Ekaterini Stefanidi
 Greece
4.30 CR Keisa Monterola
 Venezuela
4.30 CR Shuo Yu
 China
4.20 PB
Long jump Arantxa King
 Bermuda
6.39 PB Eloyse Lesueur
 France
6.28 Cornelia Deiac
 Romania
6.25 PB
Triple jump Li Sha
 China
13.81 Kaire Leibak
 Estonia
13.74 PB Cristina Bujin
 Romania
13.23
Shot put Simone du Toit
 South Africa
16.33 WYL Bo Li
 China
15.92 PB Dani Samuels
 Australia
15.53 PB
Discus Dani Samuels
 Australia
54.09 Simone du Toit
 South Africa
52.10 Kamorean Hayes
 United States
49.64 PB
Hammer Bianca Perie
 Romania
62.27 Anna Bulgakova
 Russia
62.05 Dora Levai
 Hungary
58.80 PB
Javelin Zhang Li
 China
56.66 Vira Rebryk
 Ukraine
56.16 Yanet Cruz
 Cuba
51.66
Heptathlon Tatyana Chernova
 Russia
5875 CR Yana Panteleyeva
 Russia
5611 Diana Rach
 Germany
5481 PB

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)

Medal table[edit]

Harry Aikines-Aryeetey won a sprint double for Great Britain.
Éloyse Lesueur of France won her first major medal, a long jump silver, at these championships.
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 6 3 4 13
2  Kenya 5 5 0 10
3  China 5 1 2 8
4  Russia 3 5 0 8
5  Cuba 3 2 2 8
6  South Africa 3 1 1 5
7  Sudan 3 0 1 4
8  Australia 2 3 2 7
9  Great Britain 2 1 2 5
10  Romania 1 1 2 4
11=  Bahrain 1 1 1 3
11=  Ethiopia 1 1 1 3
13  Hungary 1 0 1 2
14=  Bermuda 1 0 0 1
14=  Greece 1 0 0 1
14=  Iran 1 0 0 1
17  Ukraine 0 4 0 4
18  Japan 0 1 3 4
19  Jamaica 0 1 2 3
20=  Germany 0 1 1 2
20=  Saudi Arabia 0 1 1 2
20=  Trinidad and Tobago 0 1 1 2
23=  Barbados 0 1 0 1
23=  Croatia 0 1 0 1
23=  Czech Republic 0 1 0 1
23=  Estonia 0 1 0 1
23=  France 0 1 0 1
23=  Venezuela 0 1 0 1
29  Brazil 0 0 3 3
30=  Bulgaria 0 0 2 2
30=  Spain 0 0 2 2
32=  Italy 0 0 1 1
32=  Kazakhstan 0 0 1 1
32=  Morocco 0 0 1 1
32=  Paraguay 0 0 1 1
32=  Portugal 0 0 1 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tareq Mubarak Taher of Bahrain originally won the gold medal in 5:23.95, but was disqualified for age cheating. "Taher Tareq Mubaraq (BRN) - Performances Annulled". IAAF.org. 2007-08-07. Retrieved 2007-08-09. 
  2. ^ IAAF: Doping Rule Violation - Abdulagadir Idriss, iaaf.org via web.archive.org, 28 August 2006
  3. ^ IAAF: IAAF World Youth Championships > 4th IAAF World Youth Championships > 400m hurdles (84.0cm) - Boys, iaaf.org