2009 World Military Track and Field Championships

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43rd World Military Track and Field Championship
Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia Entrance area 2012 PD 02.jpg
The host stadium
Host city Sofia, Bulgaria
Date(s) 6 – 13 June
Main stadium Vasil Levski National Stadium
Participation 398 athletes from
33 nations
Events 29

The 2009 World Military Track and Field Championship was the 43rd edition of the international athletics competition between military sports personnel. The competition was held from 6 to 13 June at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia, Bulgaria. A total of 398 athletes (318 men and 80 women) from 33 nations competed in the 29-event programme.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Samuel Francis (QAT) 10.23  Ryan Moseley (AUT) 10.30  Emanuele Di Gregorio (ITA) 10.32
200 metres  Simone Collio (ITA) 20.84  Eddy De Lépine (FRA) 20.91  Bruno Pacheco (BRA) 20.94
400 metres  Piotr Klimczak (POL) 46.52  Marcin Marciniszyn (POL) 46.62  Wallace Vieira (BRA) 46.71
800 metres  Bram Som (NED) 1:46.98  Mouhcine El Amine (MAR) 1:47.63  Sajjad Moradi (IRI) 1:47.86
1500 metres  Abdelkader Bakhtache (FRA) 3:43.60  Samir Khadar (ALG) 3:44.08  Mohamed Hajjaj (MAR) 3:44.93
5000 metres  James Kwalia (QAT) 13:52.62  Essa Ismail Rashed (QAT) 13:56.53  Rabah Aboud (ALG) 14:01.26
10,000 metres  Essa Ismail Rashed (QAT) 29:13.47  Abraham Niyonkuru (BDI) 29:37.14  El Akhdar Hachani (TUN) 29:42.11
110 metres hurdles  Gregory Sedoc (NED) 13.47  Ji Wei (CHN) 13.56  Yin Jing (CHN) 13.64
400 metres hurdles  Christian Grossenbacher (SUI) 51.26  Thiago Sales (BRA) 51.38  Nate Garcia (USA) 51.82
3000 metres steeplechase  Abdelkader Hachlaf (MAR) 8:35.00  Rabia Makhloufi (ALG) 8:35.73  Abubaker Ali Kamal (QAT) 8:36.87
4×100 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Renan Oliveira
Bruno Pacheco
Rodrigo Pereira
Nilson André
40.00  Poland (POL)
Piotr Rysiukiewicz
Łukasz Chyła
Marcin Jędrusiński
Kamil Masztak
40.28  Belgium (BEL)
Damien Broothaerts
Adrien Deghelt
Denis Goossens
Kevin Rans
40.36
4×400 m relay  Algeria (ALG)
Miloud Rahmani
Faycal Doukhi
Faycal Cherifi
Hocine Lamada
3:07.95  Poland (POL)
Daniel Dąbrowski
Piotr Rysiukiewicz
Piotr Klimczak
Marcin Marciniszyn
3:08.20  Brazil (BRA)
Thiago Sales
Stefany Sergio da Silva
Wagner Francisco Cardoso
Wallace Vieira
3:11.52
High jump  Artsiom Zaitsau (BLR) 2.26 m  Andrea Bettinelli (ITA) 2.23 m  Peter Horák (SVK) 2.20 m
Pole vault  Kevin Rans (BEL) 5.55 m  Giorgio Piantella (ITA) 5.55 m  Denis Goossens (BEL) 5.55 m
Long jump  Yu Zhenwei (CHN) 7.83 m (w)  Mohammad Arzandeh (IRI) 7.70 m  Boris Bozhinov (BUL) 7.68 m (w)
Triple jump  Momchil Karailiev (BUL) 17.22 m  Ibrahim Mohamed Aboubaker (QAT) 16.47 m  Mohammed Hamdi Awadh (QAT) 16.17 m
Shot put  Ralf Bartels (GER) 20.33 m  Miran Vodovnik (SLO) 19.67 m  Andrei Siniakou (BLR) 19.59 m
Discus throw  Piotr Małachowski (POL) 64.94 m  Musab Ibrahim Al-Momani (JOR) 62.36 m NR  Giovanni Faloci (ITA) 61.77 m
Hammer throw  Pavel Kryvitski (BLR) 78.98 m  Marco Lingua (ITA) 78.80 m  Nicola Vizzoni (ITA) 78.06 m
Javelin throw  Matthias de Zordo (GER) 79.92 m  Mark Frank (GER) 77.76 m  Robert Szpak (POL) 77.50 m

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Inna Eftimova (BUL) 11.49  Bettina Müller-Weissina (AUT) 11.53  Marika Popowicz (POL) 11.57
200 metres  Marta Jeschke (POL) 23.31  Marika Popowicz (POL) 23.32  Inna Eftimova (BUL) 23.59
400 metres  Libania Grenot (ITA) 51.29  Vania Stambolova (BUL) 51.47  Claudia Hoffmann (GER) 52.65
800 metres  Élodie Guégan (FRA) 2:02.38  Sylwia Ejdys (POL) 2:02.76  Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 2:02.86
1500 metres  Sylwia Ejdys (POL) 4:17.78  Sophie Duarte (FRA) 4:19.89  Nadia Noujani (MAR) 4:23.90
5000 metres  Federica Dal Ri (ITA) 15:57.20  Chen Xiaofang (CHN) 16:03.75  Kaltoum Bouaasayriya (MAR) 16:10.51
400 metres hurdles  Vania Stambolova (BUL) 55.30  Benedetta Ceccarelli (ITA) 57.67  Madelene Rondón (VEN) 57.77
High jump  Venelina Veneva-Mateeva (BUL) 1.88 m  Mirela Demireva (BUL) 1.85 m  Gu Xuan (CHN) 1.80 m
Long jump  Nina Kolarič (SLO) 6.55 m  Vanessa Seles (BRA) 6.30 m  Petia Dacheva (BUL) 6.25 m (w)

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Poland 4 5 2 11
2  Italy 4 3 3 10
3  Bulgaria 4 2 3 9
4  Qatar 3 2 2 7
5  France 2 2 0 4
6  Germany 2 1 1 4
7  Belarus 2 0 1 3
8  Netherlands 2 0 0 2
9  Brazil 1 2 3 6
10  China 1 2 2 4
11  Algeria 1 2 1 5
12  Morocco 1 1 4 6
13  Slovenia 1 1 0 2
14   Switzerland 1 0 0 1
15  Austria 0 2 0 2
16=  Belgium 0 1 1 2
16=  Iran 0 1 1 2
18=  Burundi 0 1 0 1
18=  Jordan 0 1 0 1
20  United States 0 0 2 2
21=  Tunisia 0 0 1 1
21=  Slovakia 0 0 1 1
21=  Venezuela 0 0 1 1
Total 29 29 29 87

References[edit]

Results

External links[edit]