|Competitor for Morocco|
|1997 Bari||3000 m Steeple|
|2005 Almería||3000 m Steeple|
Brahim Boulami (Arabic: ابراهيم بولامي) (born April 20, 1972 in Safi) is a Moroccan athlete who had set two world records in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, 7:55.28 and 7:53.17. The latter was overturned because he tested positive for the banned performance enhancing drug EPO. Boulami was banned for two years in 2002 after the positive test. His time of 7:55.28 in the 3000 meter steeplechase is currently the fourth fastest ever run.
- "Brahim Boulami". SMMI. June 6, 2009.
- "Brahim Boulami". All Athletics.
- Alexandra Hudson (November 26, 2003). "Lagat calls for EPO test to be scrapped". ESPN.
Boulami, the steeplechase world record holder, showed traces of EPO in his body in August 2002.
- Tom Knight (August 30, 2002). "Athletics: Boulami pulls out after positive test". The Telegraph.
Brahim Boulami will be among the big names missing from tonight's penultimate Golden League meeting after testing positive for the performance enhancing drug EPO.
- "Brahim Boulami". Sports Reference.
Related Olympians: Brother of Khalid Boulami.
- "Khalid Boulami". Sports Reference.
Medals: 1 Bronze
- Brahim Boulami at Sports Reference
|Men's 3,000 m Steeplechase World Record Holder
August 24, 2001 — September 3, 2004
Saif Saaeed Shaheen
|Men's 3,000 m Steeple Best Year Performance
2001 — 2002
Saif Saeed Shaheen
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