Arthur Cissé

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Arthur Cissé
Personal information
Full nameArthur Gue Cissé
NationalityIvorian
Born (1996-12-29) 29 December 1996 (age 22)
Sport
SportAthletics
Event(s)Sprints
ClubEFS Reims Athlétisme[1]
Coached byAnthony Koffi[1]
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)

Arthur Gue Cissé (born 29 December 1996) is an Ivorian professional sprinter specializing in the 100-metre and 60-metre sprints.[5] He owns the Ivorian national record in both distances with a time of 9.93 s in the 100 m and a time of 6.53 s in the 60 m.[3][4][2] He has won several medals at the international level including a gold medal in the 2015 African Games 4 × 100 m relay and a silver medal in the 2018 African Championships 100 m.[6]

He became the 131st man to break the 10-second barrier in the 100 m on 16 June 2018, setting a national record of 9.94 s.[7][8] He is coached by Anthony Koffi, the coach of fellow Ivorian sprinters and Olympians Ben Youssef Meïté and Marie-Josée Ta Lou.[1]

Statistics[edit]

Information from IAAF profile unless otherwise noted.[5]

Personal bests[edit]

Event Time Wind Competition Venue Date Notes
60 m 6.53 n/a ISTAF Indoor Berlin, Germany 1 February 2019 NR
100 m 9.93 +1.9 Bayer Classics Leverkusen, Germany 24 July 2019 NR
200 m 20.77 −1.1 CAA Grand Prix Bamako Bamako, Mali 3 June 2017
20.67 w +2.5 French Club Championships Reims, France 20 May 2018 Wind-assisted
4×100 m relay 38.92 n/a African Championships Asaba, Nigeria 3 August 2018 [6]

100 m seasonal bests[edit]

Year Time Wind (m/s) Venue Date
2014 10.72 −0.3 Marrakech, Morocco 10 August
2015 10.53 +0.4 Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo 13 September
2016 10.39 −0.9 Remire-Montjoly, French Guiana 4 June
+0.5 Durban, South Africa 22 June
2017 10.19 +1.0 Bilbao, Spain 24 June
2018 9.94 −0.2 Leverkusen, Germany 16 June
2019 9.93 +1.9 Leverkusen, Germany 24 July

International championship results[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Time Wind Notes
Representing the  Ivory Coast
2014 African Championships Marrakech, Morocco 23rd 100 m 10.86 −0.2
2015 African Junior Championships Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2nd 100 m 10.63 −1.1 PB
5th 200 m 21.92 −2.3
4th 4×100 m relay 41.46 n/a PB
African Games Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo 18th 100 m 10.55 +0.3
1st 4×100 m relay 38.93 n/a PB
2016 African Championships Durban, South Africa 16th 100 m 10.49 w +2.1 Wind-assisted
2nd 4×100 m relay 38.98 n/a
2017 Islamic Solidarity Games Baku, Azerbaijan 5th 100 m 10.43 +0.6
3rd 4×100 m relay 39.82 n/a
Jeux de la Francophonie Abidjan, Ivory Coast 2nd 100 m 10.34 +0.1
2nd 200 m 20.93 −1.0
1st 4×100 m relay 39.39 n/a
2018 World Indoor Championships Birmingham, England 9th 60 m 6.59 n/a
African Championships Asaba, Nigeria 2nd 100 m 10.33 −2.1 [6]
3rd 4×100 m relay 38.92 n/a [6]
Representing Africa (orthographic projection).svg Africa
2018 Continental Cup Ostrava, Czech Republic 5th 100 m 10.23 0.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Arthur Gue Cissé, la nouvelle pépite ivoirienne". ivoirematin.com. Ivoire Matin. 31 July 2018. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Great Performances From Sam Kendricks, Reece Prescod, Mihambo Mihambo And Nadine Müller Highlight ISTAF Berlin". letsrun.com. LetsRun.com. 3 February 2019. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  3. ^ a b Serge, Liman (25 July 2019). "Arthur Gué devance Asafa Powell et bat le record de Côte-d'Ivoire (100 m) au Bayer Classics Leverkusen". newsafricanow.com. News Africa Now. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  4. ^ a b "Athlétisme: l'Ivoirien Arthur Cissé vainqueur du meeting de Leverkusen". journaldutchad.com. Journal du Tchad. 26 July 2019. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  5. ^ a b "ARTHUR CISSÉ ATHLETE PROFILE". iaaf.org. IAAF. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d "African championships, Asaba (Nigeria)". africathle.com. Africathle. 5 August 2018. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
  7. ^ Breakfast, Siviwe (28 June 2018). "IAAF Diamond League: Simbine faces tough field in 100m". thesouthafrican.com. The South African. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
  8. ^ Koken, Harold (16 June 2018). "Gina Lückenkemper rennt 11,16, Arthur Cissé 9,94 Sekunden". leichtathletik.de. Leichtathletik. Retrieved 2 February 2019.

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