Athletics at the 2009 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 2009 Mediterranean Games
Host city Pescara, Italy
Date(s) 30 June – 3 July
Main stadium Stadio Adriatico
Participation 372 (+disabled) athletes from
21 nations
Events 40 (+2 disability)
Records set 7


At the 2009 Mediterranean Games, the athletics events were held in Pescara, Italy from 30 June to 3 July.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see Athletics at the 2009 Mediterranean Games – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Martial Mbandjock (FRA) 10.15  Emanuele Di Gregorio (ITA) 10.21  Fabio Cerutti (ITA) 10.23
200 metres  Amr Ibrahim Seoud (EGY) 20.78  Matteo Galvan (ITA) 20.92  Khalid Zougari Idriss (MAR) 20.95
400 metres  Mohamed Khouaja (LBA) 45.77  Teddy Venel (FRA) 46.04  Yannick Fonsat (FRA) 46.07 PB
800 metres  Amine Laalou (MAR) 1:46.76  Jeff Lastennet (FRA) 1:47.74  Aboubaker Elghatruni (LBA) 1:48.10
1500 metres  Antar Zerguelaine (ALG) 3:37.49  Mohamed Moustaoui (MAR) 3:37.97  Abdalaati Iguider (MAR) 3:38.66
5000 metres  Anis Selmouni (MAR) 13:55.98  Stefano La Rosa (ITA) 14:04.44  Kemal Koyuncu (TUR) 14:04.99
10,000 metres  Hicham Bellani (MAR) 29:33.51  Mohammed Amyn (MAR) 29:34.90  Selim Bayrak (TUR) 29:36.29
110 metres hurdles  Jackson Quiñónez (ESP) 13.60  Dimitri Bascou (FRA) 13.75  Jurica Grabušić (CRO) 13.82
400 metres hurdles  Sébastien Maillard (FRA) 49.80  Salah-Eddine Ghaidi (FRA) 50.10  Hamza Deyaf (LBA) 50.21PB
3000 m steeplechase  Jamel Chatbi (MAR) 8:13.11 GR  Chakir Boujattaoui (MAR) 8:13.83 PB  Halil Akkaş (TUR) 8:30.84
4×100 metres relay  Italy (ITA)
Maurizio Checcucci
Simone Collio
Emanuele Di Gregorio
Fabio Cerutti
38.82  France (FRA)
Emmanuel Ngom Priso
Ydrissa M'Barke
Pierre-Alexis Pessonneux
Christophe Bonnet
39.49  Turkey (TUR)
Emrah Altunkalem
Ali Ekber Kayas
Mustafa Delioglu
Tuncay Ors
40.73
4×400 metres relay  Spain (ESP)
Aitor Martín Esteban
Santiago Ezquerro Cordon
Mark Ujakpor Sanchez
Marc Orozco Torres
3:06.19  France (FRA)
Yannick Fonsat
Akhenaton Silou
Salah-Eddine Ghaidi
Nicolas Fillon
3:06.28  Greece (GRE)
Tilemachos Routas
Dimitrios Gravalos
Pantelis Melachroinoudis
Petros Kyriakidis
3:06.29
Half Marathon  Ahmed Baday (MAR) 1:04:06  José Manuel Martínez (ESP) 1:04:20  Ali Mabrouk El Zaidi (LBA) 1:04:36
20 km walk  Ivano Brugnetti (ITA) 1:22:33 GR  Giorgio Rubino (ITA) 1:22:34  Juan Manuel Molina (ESP) 1:23:02
High jump  Kyriakos Ioannou (CYP) 2.30 m GR  Konstantinos Baniotis (GRE) 2.28 m  Dragutin Topić (SER) 2.26 m
Long jump  Salim Sdiri (FRA) 8.29 m GR  Yahya Berrabah (MAR) 8.23 m  Louis Tsatoumas (GRE) 8.20 m
Triple jump  Fabrizio Schembri (ITA) 17.09 m  Dimitrios Tsiamis (GRE) 16.98 m  Daniele Greco (ITA) 16.64 m PB
Shot put  Manuel Martínez (ESP) 20.30 m  Hamza Alić (BIH) 20.05 m  Nedžad Mulabegović (CRO) 19.85 m
Discus throw  Frank Casañas (ESP) 65.58 m GR  Ercüment Olgundeniz (TUR) 63.48 m  Yasser Farag (EGY) 61.07 m
Hammer throw  Nicola Vizzoni (ITA) 75.92 m  Jerome Bortoluzzi (FRA) 73.73 m  Alexandros Papadimitriou (GRE) 73.69 m
Javelin throw  Fatih Avan (TUR) 79.78 m PB  Spyros Lempesis (GRE) 78.66 m PB  Matija Kranjc (SLO) 77.82 m

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Georgia Kokloni (GRE) 11.41  Myriam Soumaré (FRA) 11.46  Eleni Artymata (CYP) 11.55
200 metres  Eleni Artymata (CYP) 23.16 PB  Sabina Veit (SLO) 23.45  Vincenza Calì (ITA) 23.49
400 metres  Libania Grenot (ITA) 50.30 GR  Daniela Reina (ITA) 52.34  Aurelie Kamga (FRA) 53.26 PB
800 metres  Elisa Cusma (ITA) 1:59.87 GR  Halima Hachlaf (MAR) 2:00.91 PB  Eleni Filandra (GRE) 2:01.13 PB
1500 metres  Elisa Cusma (ITA) 4:11.88  Btissam Lakhouad (MAR) 4:12.07  Habiba Ghribi (TUN) 4:12.37 PB
5000 metres  Hanane Ouhaddou (MAR) 15:12.75 PB  Elena Romagnolo (ITA) 15:13.19 PB  Silvia Weissteiner (ITA) 15:15.95
10,000 metres  Elvan Abeylegesse (TUR) 31:51.98  Olivera Jevtic (SRB) 32:23.06  Kenza Dahmani (ALG) 32:48.44
100 metres hurdles  Nevin Yanıt (TUR) 13.08  Sandra Gomis (FRA) 13.24  Micol Cattaneo (ITA) 13.39
400 metres hurdles  Phara Anacharsis (FRA) 56.66 PB  Aurore Kassambara (FRA) 56.89  Nikolina Horvat (CRO) 56.97
4×100 metres relay  France (FRA)
Myriam Soumare
Ayodele Ikuesan
Nelly Banco
Emilie Gaydu
43.79  Italy (ITA)
Anita Pistone
Maria Aurora Salvagno
Giulia Arcioni
Vincenza Calì
43.86  Greece (GRE)
Maria Gatou
Agni Derveni
Andrianna Ferra
Georgia Kokloni
45.45
Half marathon  Anna Incerti (ITA) 1:12:25  Rosaria Console (ITA) 1:12:34  Kenza Dahmani (ALG) 1:12:39
High jump  Antonietta Di Martino (ITA) 1.97 m  Burcu Ayhan (TUR) 1.89 m PB  Antonia Stergiou (GRE) 1.89 m
Pole vault  Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou (GRE) 4.50 m GR  Marianna Zachariadi (CYP) 4.45 m  Anna Giordano Bruno (ITA) 4.35 m
Long jump  Tania Vicenzino (ITA) 6.54 m PB  Karin Melis Mey (TUR) 6.53 m  Nina Kolarič (SLO) 6.50 m
Triple jump A  Athanasia Perra (GRE) 14.62 m PB  Teresa Nzola Meso Ba (FRA) 14.16 m  Paraskevi Papachristou (GRE) 14.12 m
Shot put  Jessica Cerival (FRA) 17.77 m  Assunta Legnante (ITA) 17.44 m  Chiara Rosa (ITA) 17.24 m
Discus throw  Mélina Robert-Michon (FRA) 61.17 m  Vera Begić (CRO) 60.29 m  Dragana Tomašević (SRB) 58.73 m
Hammer throw  Silvia Salis (ITA) 70.39 m GR  Clarissa Claretti (ITA) 69.35 m  Stiliani Papadopoulou (GRE) 67.35 m
Javelin throw  Voisava Lika (GRE) 60.97 m  Zahra Bani (ITA) 60.65 m  Martina Ratej (SLO) 59.08 m

Disability athletics[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 1500 metres T54  Amhed Aouadi (TUN) 3:17.07  Julien Casoli (FRA) 3:17.33  Roger Puigbo Verdaguer (ESP) 3:18.27
Women's 800 metres T54  Samira Berri (TUN) 2:07.08  Francesca Porcellato (ITA) 2:07.67  Masouda Siffi (TUN) 2:17.12

Games records[edit]

Record breaker and gold medallist Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou competing in the pole vault
Pole vault silver medallist Marianna Zachariadi clearing the bar in Pescara
Name Event Country Record
Jamel Chatbi 3000 metres steeplechase  Morocco 8:13.11
Ivano Brugnetti 20 kilometres walk  Italy 1:22:33
Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou Pole vault  Greece 4.50 m
Kyriakos Ioannou High jump  Cyprus 2.30 m
Salim Sdiri Long jump  France 8.29 m
Frank Casañas Discus throw  Spain 65.58 m
Libania Grenot 400 metres  Italy 50.30
Elisa Cusma Piccione 800 metres  Italy 1:59.87

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 11 12 7 30
2  France 7 12 3 22
3  Morocco 6 6 2 14
4  Greece 4 3 8 15
5  Spain 4 1 2 7
6  Turkey 3 3 4 10
7  Cyprus 2 1 1 4
8  Tunisia 2 0 2 4
9  Libya 1 0 3 4
10  Algeria 1 0 2 3
11  Egypt 1 0 1 2
12=  Croatia 0 1 3 4
12=  Slovenia 0 1 3 4
14  Serbia 0 1 2 3
15  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 1 0 1

Participating nations[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • ^A Italian triple jumper Magdelin Martinez was second in the contest with a jump of 14.16 m according to the competition results, but she is not listed among the medalists, while Papachristou of Greece (who finished fourth) is credited with the bronze medal.[1][2] As it was proven, the jump of Martinez was not 14.16 m, but 14.11 m. The mistake was caused by the automatic measure machine, which stuck after Nzola's last jump (14.16). The bronze medal was finally appointed to Papachristou.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Italy Medalists Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. 2009 Pescara. Retrieved on 2011-06-16.
  2. ^ Greece Medalists Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. 2009 Pescara. Retrieved on 2011-06-16.
  3. ^ http://www.gazzetta.gr/node/147987

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