2016 IAAF World U20 Championships

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2016 World U20 Championships in Athletics
2016 World U20 Championships logo.png
Host city Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland
Nations participating 140
Athletes participating 1359
Events 44
Dates 19–24 July
Main venue Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium
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The 2016 World U20 Championships in Athletics was an international athletics competition for athletes qualifying as juniors (born no earlier than 1 January 1997) due to take place at Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium in Bydgoszcz, Poland on 19–24 July 2016.[1] It was the first time the competition had been held under the new name, having previously been known as World Junior Championships in Athletics.

The championships were originally awarded to Kazan, Russia before the hosting rights were withdrawn as a result of ARAF being suspended by the IAAF.[2] Since then, three cities expressed an interest in hosting the championships;[3] on 7 January 2016, the decision was made to reallocate the championships to Bydgoszcz as it was the only city to submit a bid.[1]

The medal table was topped by the United States with 11 gold, 6 silver, and 4 bronze medals, followed by Kenya and Ethiopia.

Men's results[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Noah Lyles
 United States
10.17 Filippo Tortu
 Italy
10.24 Mario Burke
 Barbados
10.26
200 m
details
Michael Norman
 United States
20.17
CR
Tlotliso Leotlela
 South Africa
20.59 Nigel Ellis
 Jamaica
20.63
400 m
details
Abdelalelah Haroun
 Qatar
44.81
SB
Wilbert London
 United States
45.27
PB
Karabo Sibanda
 Botswana
45.45
800 m
details
Kipyegon Bett
 Kenya
1:44.95
SB
Willy Kiplimo Tarbei
 Kenya
1:45.50 Mostafa Smaili
 Morocco
1:46.02
1500 m
details
Kumari Taki
 Kenya
3:48.63 Taresa Tolosa
 Ethiopia
3:48.77 Anthony Kiptoo
 Kenya
3:49.00
5000 m
details
Selemon Barega
 Ethiopia
13:21.21
PB
Djamal Direh
 Djibouti
13:21.50
NJR
Wesley Ledama
 Kenya
13:23.34
PB
10,000 m
details
Rodgers Kwemoi
 Kenya
27:25.23
CR
Aron Kifle
 Eritrea
27:26.20
NJR
Jacob Kiplimo
 Uganda
27:26.68
PB
110 m hurdles
(99.0 cm)
details
Marcus Krah
 United States
13.25
PB
Amere Lattin
 United States
13.30
PB
Takumu Furuya
 Japan
13.31
AJR
400 m hurdles
details
Jaheel Hyde
 Jamaica
49.03 Taylor McLaughlin
 United States
49.45
PB
Kyron McMaster
 British Virgin Islands
49.56
NJR
3000 m steeplechase
details
Amos Kirui
 Kenya
8:20.43
WJL
Yemane Haileselassie
 Eritrea
8:22.67 Getnet Wale
 Ethiopia
8:22.83
PB
4×100 m relay
details
 United States
Michael Norman
Hakim Montgomery
Brandon Taylor
Noah Lyles
38.93
WJL
 Japan
Ippei Takeda
Jun Yamashita
Wataru Inuzuka
Kenta Oshima
39.01
AJR
 Germany
Roger Gurski
Thomas Barthel
Niels Torben Giese
Manuel Eitel
39.13
AJR
4×400 m relay
details
 United States
Champion Allison
Ari Cogdell
Kahmari Montgomery
Wilbert London III
3:02:39
WJL
 Botswana
Omphemetse Poo
Baboloki Thebe
Karabo Sibanda
Xholani Talane
3:02:81
AJR
 Jamaica
Anthony Carpenter
Sean Bailey
Terry Ricardo Thomas
Christopher Taylor
3:04:83
SB
10,000 m walk
details
Callum Wilkinson
 Great Britain
40:41.62
WJL
Jonathan Amores
 Ecuador
40:43.33
PB
Salih Korkmaz
 Turkey
40:45.53
NUR
  • (World Junior Leader ) -(Championship Record) -( Area Junior Record )- (National Junior Record )( Personal Best)- (Season Best )

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Luis Zayas
 Cuba
2.27
WJL
Darius Carbin
 United States
2.25
PB
Mohamat Allamine Hamdi
 Qatar
2.23
PB
Pole vault
details
Deakin Volz
 United States
5.65
PB
Kurtis Marschall
 Australia
5.55 Armand Duplantis
 Sweden
5.45
Long jump
details
Maykel Massó
 Cuba
8.00 Miltiadis Tentoglou
 Greece
7.91 Darcy Roper
 Australia
7.88
SB
Triple jump
details
Lázaro Martínez
 Cuba
17.06
WJL
Cristian Nápoles
 Cuba
16.62 Melvin Raffin
 France
16.37
Shot put (6 kg)
details
Andrei Toader
 Romania
22.30
NJR CR
Bronson Osborn
 United States
21.27
PB
Wictor Petersson
 Sweden
20.65
PB
Discus throw (1.750 kg)
details
Mohamed Ibrahim Moaaz
 Qatar
63.63
NJR
Oskar Stachnik
 Poland
62.83
PB
Hleb Zhuk
 Belarus
61.70
PB
Hammer throw (6 kg)
details
Bence Halász
 Hungary
80.93 Hlib Piskunov
 Ukraine
79.58
PB
Aleksi Jaakkola
 Finland
77.88
Javelin throw
details
Neeraj Chopra
 India
86.48
WJR
Johan Grobler
 South Africa
80.59
PB
Anderson Peters
 Grenada
79.65
NJR
Decathlon (junior)
details
Niklas Kaul
 Germany
8162
WJR
Maksim Andraloits
 Belarus
8046
NJR
Johannes Erm
 Estonia
7879
NJR
  • ( World Junior Record ) -(World Junior Leader) - (National Junior Record )-- (National Junior Record )-( Personal Best)- (Season Best )

Women's results[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
details
Candace Hill
 United States
11.07
CR
Ewa Swoboda
 Poland
11.12
NJR
Khalifa St. Fort
 Trinidad and Tobago
11.18
200 m
details
Edidiong Ofonime Odiong
 Bahrain
22.84
NJR
Evelyn Rivera
 Colombia
23.21
PB
Estelle Raffai
 France
23.48
400 m
details
Tiffany James
 Jamaica
51.32
WJL
Lynna Irby
 United States
51.39
PB
Junelle Bromfield
 Jamaica
52.05
800 m
details
Samantha Watson
 United States
2:04.52 Aaliyah Miller
 United States
2:05.06 Tigist Ketema
 Ethiopia
2:05.13
1500 m
details
Adanech Anbesa
 Ethiopia
4:08.07 Fantu Worku
 Ethiopia
4:08.43 Christina Aragon
 United States
4:08.71
PB
3000 m
details
Beyenu Degefa
 Ethiopia
8:41.76
CR
Dalila Abdulkadir Gosa
 Bahrain
8:46.42
NUR
Konstanze Klosterhalfen
 Germany
8:46.74
NUR
5000 m
details
Kalkidan Fentie
 Ethiopia
15:29.64
PB
Emmaculate Chepkirui
 Kenya
15:31.12
PB
Bontu Rebitu
 Bahrain
15:31.93
100 m hurdles
details
Elvira Herman
 Belarus
12.85
CR
Rushelle Burton
 Jamaica
12.87
NJR
Tia Jones
 United States
12.89
400 m hurdles
details
Anna Cockrell
 United States
55.20
PB
Shannon Kalawan
 Jamaica
56.54 Xahria Santiago
 Canada
56.90
SB
3000 m steeplechase
details
Celliphine Chepteek Chespol
 Kenya
9:25.15
CR
Tigist Getnet
 Bahrain
9:34.08 Agrie Belachew
 Ethiopia
9:37.17
PB
4×100 m relay
details
 United States
Tia Jones
Taylor Bennett
Kaylor Harris
Candace Hill
43.69
WJL
 France
Tamara Murcia
Cynthia Leduc
Fanny Peltier
Estelle Raffai
44.05  Germany
Katrin Fehm
Keshia Beverly Kwadwo
Eleni Frommann
Chantal Butzek
44.18
SB
4×400 m relay
details
 United States
Lynna Irby
Anna Cockrell
Karrington Winters
Samantha Watson
3:29.11
WJL
 Jamaica
Shannon Kalawan
Tiffany James
Stacey-Ann Williams
Junelle Bromfield
3:31.01
SB
 Canada
Xahria Santiago
Ashlan Best
Natassha McDonald
Victoria Tachinski
3:32.25
NJR
10,000 m walk
details
Ma Zhenxia
 China
45:18.46
WJL
Noemi Stella
 Italy
45:23.85
SB
Yehualeye Beletew
 Ethiopia
45:33.69
AJR
  • WJL ( World Junior Leader ) -(Championship Record) -( Area Junior Record ) - (National Junior Record )- -( Personal Best)- (Season Best )

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump
details
Michaela Hrubá
 Czech Republic
1.91 Ximena Lizbeth Esquivel
 Mexico
1.89 Yuliya Levchenko
 Ukraine
1.86
Pole vault
details
Angelica Moser
  Switzerland
4.55
CR
Robeilys Peinado
 Venezuela
4.40 Wilma Murto
 Finland
4.40
Long jump
details
Yanis David
 France
6.42 Sophie Weissenberg
 Germany
6.40 Hilary Kpatcha
 France
6.33
PB
Triple jump
details
Chen Ting
 China
13.85
PB
Konstadina Romeou
 Greece
13.55
PB
Georgiana Iuliana Anitei
 Romania
13.49
SB
Shot put
details
Alina Kenzel
 Germany
17.58
WJL
Song Jiayuan
 China
16.36
PB
Alyssa Wilson
 United States
16.33
Discus throw
details
Kristina Rakočević
 Montenegro
56.36 Kirsty Williams
 Australia
53.91
PB
Alexandra Emilianov
 Moldova
53.08
Hammer throw
details
Beatrice Nedberge Llano
 Norway
64.33 Alexandra Hulley
 Australia
63.47 Suvi Koskinen
 Finland
62.49
Javelin throw
details
Klaudia Maruszewska
 Poland
57.59
PB
Jo-Ane van Dyk
 South Africa
57.32
PB
Eda Tuğsuz
 Turkey
56.71
Heptathlon
details
Sarah Lagger
 Austria
5960
NUR
Adriana Rodríguez
 Cuba
5925
PB
Hanne Maudens
 Belgium
5881
PB
  • WJL ( World Junior Leader ) -(Championship Record)-- (National Junior Record ) -( Personal Best)- (Season Best )

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States117321
2 Kenya5229
3 Ethiopia42410
4 Cuba3205
5 Jamaica2338
6 Germany2136
7 China2103
8 Qatar2013
9 Bahrain1214
10 Poland*1203
11 France1135
12 Belarus1113
13 Romania1012
14 Austria1001
 Czech Republic1001
 Great Britain1001
 Hungary1001
 India1001
 Montenegro1001
 Norway1001
  Switzerland1001
22 Australia0314
23 South Africa0303
24 Eritrea0202
 Greece0202
 Italy0202
27 Botswana0112
 Japan0112
 Ukraine0112
30 Colombia0101
 Djibouti0101
 Ecuador0101
 Mexico0101
 Venezuela0101
35 Finland0033
36 Canada0022
 Sweden0022
 Turkey0022
39 Barbados0011
 Belgium0011
 British Virgin Islands0011
 Estonia0011
 Grenada0011
 Moldova0011
 Morocco0011
 Trinidad and Tobago0011
 Uganda0011
Totals (47 nations)444444132
Notes

Updated after Konrad Bukowiecki disqualification in men's shot put.[4]

Participation[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Rome and Bydgoszcz to host reallocated 2016 IAAF World Athletics Series Events". IAAF. 7 January 2016.
  2. ^ "IAAF provisionally suspends Russian Member Federation ARAF". IAAF. 28 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Official bids received for hosting 2016 IAAF Events". IAAF. 28 December 2015.
  4. ^ "IAAF: IAAF World U20 Championships Bydgoszcz 2016 Medal Table - iaaf.org". iaaf.org.

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