Athletics at the 1999 All-Africa Games – Men's 1500 metres

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Athletics at the
1999 All-Africa Games
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The men's 1500 metres event at the 1999 All-Africa Games was held at the Johannesburg Stadium.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Hailu Mekonnen
 Ethiopia
David Lelei
 Kenya
Frederick Cheruiyot
 Kenya

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Qualification: First 4 of each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Daniel Zegeye  Ethiopia 3:42.23 Q
2 1 Frederick Cheruiyot  Kenya 3:42.29 Q
3 1 Julius Achon  Uganda 3:42.97 Q
4 1 Ali Hakimi  Tunisia 3:43.11 Q
5 1 Julius Ogwang  Uganda 3:43.11 q
6 1 Bonaventure Niyonizigiye  Burundi 3:43.84 q
7 1 Lambert Ndayikeza  Burundi 3:47.68 q
8 2 David Lelei  Kenya 3:48.89 Q
9 2 Sammy Mutai  Kenya 3:48.93 Q
10 2 Hailu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 3:49.12 Q
11 2 Mahmud Aden Ibrahim  Somalia 3:49.58 Q
12 2 Paskar Owor  Uganda 3:49.84 q
13 2 Esau Faro  South Africa 3:50.71
14 2 Ali El-Zaidi  Libya 3:53.60
15 2 Francis Munthali  Malawi 3:53.87
16 1 Yaccob Furtenato  Eritrea 3:58.15
17 2 Amanuel Woldeselassie  Eritrea 3:58.69
18 2 Mohau Lethoasa  Lesotho 3:59.90
19 1 Kelebone Makoetlane  Lesotho 4:06.87
1 Alexis Sharangabo  Rwanda DNF
2 Jean-Marc Léandro  Gabon DNF
1 Chipako Chungu  Zambia DNS
1 Kondeabalo Pakpessan  Togo DNS
1 Prince Mumba  Zambia DNS
2 Reuben Silwimba  Zambia DNS
2 Mark Hhawu  Tanzania DNS
2 José Lourenço  Angola DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) Hailu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 3:39.73
2nd place, silver medalist(s) David Lelei  Kenya 3:40.46
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Frederick Cheruiyot  Kenya 3:41.21
4 Daniel Zegeye  Ethiopia 3:41.97
5 Ali Hakimi  Tunisia 3:43.04
6 Julius Ogwang  Uganda 3:43.57
7 Julius Achon  Uganda 3:45.40
8 Bonaventure Niyonizigiye  Burundi 3:45.73
9 Mahmud Aden Ibrahim  Somalia 3:46.67
10 Lambert Ndayikeza  Burundi 3:47.53
11 Paskar Owor  Uganda 3:53.33
Sammy Mutai  Kenya DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results Archived April 17, 2014, at the Wayback Machine