She won three bronze medals at three different African Championships in Athletics. In Annaba at the 1988 Championships she won a bronze in the 1500 metres, she repeated this performance five years later in Durban at the 1993 Championships. This after the 1992 Championships in Mauritius where she won a bronze in the 3000 metres. She also won a bronze medal in Cairo at the 1991 All-Africa Games, again in the 1500 metres. She finished thirteenth in 5000 metres at the 1999 World Championships.
She has also been a part of six medal winning teams in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships finishing 31st in 1990 in winning a team silver, 28th in 1992 in winning a team bronze, 14th in 1994 in winning a team silver, 29th in 1996 in winning a team silver, 21st in 1998 in winning a team silver and 17th in 2000 in winning a team silver, all bar 2000 in the long course event.
- 1500 metres - 4:10.75 min (2000)
- 3000 metres - 8:43.74 min (2000)
- 5000 metres - 15:22.44 min (2000)
- 10,000 metres - 32:44.82 min (2000)
- Half marathon - 1:12:04 min (2000)
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