2016 IAAF World U20 Championships – Men's 1500 metres

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The men's 1500 metres event at the 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships was held at Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium on 19 and 21 July.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Kumari Taki
 Kenya
Silver Taresa Tolosa
 Ethiopia
Bronze Anthony Kiptoo
 Kenya

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships in Athletics
World Junior Record  Ronald Kwemoi (KEN) 3:28.81 Monaco 18 July 2014
Championship Record  Abdalaati Iguider (MAR) 3:35.53 Grosseto, Italy 15 July 2004
World Junior Leading  Gilbert Kwemoi Soet (KEN) 3:33.71 Heusden-Zolder, Netherlands 16 July 2016

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 3 of each heat (Q) and the 3 fastest times (q) qualified for the final.[1]

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Note
1 1 Ayoub Sniba  Morocco 3:44.59 Q
2 1 Anthony Kiptoo  Kenya 3:44.74 Q
3 1 Josh Kerr  Great Britain 3:44.86 Q
4 1 Ajay Kumar Saroj  India 3:44.96 q
5 1 Matthew Ramsden  Australia 3:45.34 q
6 1 Asres Guadie  Ethiopia 3:45.74 q, PB
7 1 Yani Khelaf  France 3:45.88
8 3 Taresa Tolosa  Ethiopia 3:46.13 Q
9 3 Baptiste Mischler  France 3:46.41 Q
10 3 Jakob Ingebrigtsen  Norway 3:46.53 Q
11 3 Ramazan Barbaros  Turkey 3:46.56
12 2 Kumari Taki  Kenya 3:47.14 Q
13 1 Aggelos Vasiliou  Greece 3:47.38
14 3 Abderezak Khelili  Algeria 3:47.56 PB
15 2 Elzan Bibić  Serbia 3:47.72 Q
16 2 Jordi Torrents  Spain 3:47.80 Q
17 2 Riadh Chninni  Tunisia 3:47.84 PB
18 3 Adrián Ben  Spain 3:47.88
19 3 Diego Zarate  United States 3:47.95
20 2 Isaac Hockey  Australia 3:48.63
21 3 Ali Kaddachi  Tunisia 3:48.98 PB
22 2 Idriss Moussa Youssouf  Qatar 3:49.12
23 3 Ryohei Sakaguchi  Japan 3:49.21
24 1 Omer Öti  Turkey 3:49.24
25 1 Lukas Abele  Germany 3:49.51
26 3 Mark Patton  Canada 3:50.15
27 3 Anton Hrabovskyi  Ukraine 3:50.58
28 2 Emil Danielsson  Sweden 3:50.71
29 3 Lorenzo Casini  Italy 3:50.97
30 2 Kendall Muhammad  United States 3:51.27
31 2 James Sugira  Rwanda 3:51.32
32 2 Hicham Elkhayari  Morocco 3:51.64
33 1 Abdallah Khelidj  Algeria 3:52.06
34 1 Braydon Rennie  Canada 3:53.72
35 1 Andriy Aliksiychuk  Ukraine 3:54.42
36 2 Archie Davis  Great Britain 3:54.57
37 3 Hugo Rocha  Portugal 3:54.76
38 2 Andreas Holst Lindgreen  Denmark 3:55.21
39 2 Andrea Baratte  Luxembourg 3:55.49
40 2 Marvin Heinrich  Germany 3:58.49
41 1 Adam Abdelwahab  Sudan 4:04.64
2 Abina Tchinga  Malawi DNS
3 Mohamed Ismail Ibrahim  Djibouti DNS

Final[edit]

[2]

Rank Name Nationality Time Note
1st place, gold medalist(s) Kumari Taki  Kenya 3:48.63
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Taresa Tolosa  Ethiopia 3:48.77
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Anthony Kiptoo  Kenya 3:49.00
4 Baptiste Mischler  France 3:49.52
5 Ajay Kumar Saroj  India 3:49.52
6 Matthew Ramsden  Australia 3:50.50
7 Jordi Torrents  Spain 3:50.93
8 Asres Guadie  Ethiopia 3:50.95
9 Jakob Ingebrigtsen  Norway 3:51.09
10 Josh Kerr  Great Britain 3:51.23
11 Elzan Bibić  Serbia 3:51.58
12 Ayoub Sniba  Morocco 3:55.95

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heats results" (PDF). IAAF. Retrieved 10 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Final results" (PDF). IAAF. Retrieved 10 October 2017.