Glory Alozie

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Glory Alozie

Glory Alozie Oluchi (born 30 December 1977 in Amator, Abia State) is a Nigerian-born Spanish track and field athlete competing mostly in hurdling.[1]

The world junior second placer from 1996, she went on to have a successful senior career, although she has never won a global international event (placing second on five occasions). While representing Nigeria she became African champion twice, and she still holds the African record and Commonwealth record at 100 metres hurdles.[2]

On 6 July 2001 she officially became a Spanish citizen and she won the gold medal at the 2002 European Athletics Championships the year after.

Personal bests[edit]

Event Time Date Venue
100 m 10.90 6 May 1999 La Laguna, Spain
200 m 23.09 14 July 2001 La Laguna, Spain
100 m hurdles 12.44 8 August 1998 Monaco

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Nigeria
1995 African Junior Championships Bouaké, Ivory Coast 2nd 100 m hurdles 14.21
1996 World Junior Championships Sydney, Australia 2nd 100 m hurdles 13.30 (wind: +0.7 m/s)
African Championships Yaoundé, Cameroon 1st 100 m hurdles 13.62
1998 Grand Prix Final Moscow, Russia 3rd 100 m hurdles 12.72
African Championships Dakar, Senegal 1st 100 m hurdles 12.77
1999 World Indoor Championships Maebashi, Japan 2nd 60 m hurdles 7.87
World Championships Sevilla, Spain 2nd 100 m hurdles 12.44
2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 2nd 100 m hurdles 12.68
Grand Prix Final Doha, Qatar 2nd 100 m hurdles 12.94
Representing  Spain
2002 World Cup Madrid, Spain 3rd 100 m hurdles 12.95
4th 100 m 11.28
European Championships Munich, Germany 1st 100 m hurdles 12.73
4th 100 m 11.32
Grand Prix Final Paris, France 4th 100 m hurdles 12.65
2003 World Indoor Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom 2nd 60 m hurdles 7.90
European Indoor Cup Leipzig, Germany 1st 60 m hurdles 7.94
World Athletics Final Monaco 2nd 100 m hurdles 12.66
World Championships Paris Saint-Denis, France 4th 100 m hurdles 12.75
European Cup Florence, Italy 3rd 100 m 11.29
1st 100 m hurdles 12.86
2004 European Indoor Cup Leipzig, Germany 2nd 60 m hurdles 7.99
World Athletics Final Monaco 4th 100 m hurdles 12.69
2005 European Indoor Championships Madrid, Spain 4th 60 m hurdles 8.00
World Athletics Final Monaco 5th 100 m hurdles 12.76
European Cup First League (A) Gävle, Sweden 2nd 100 m hurdles 13.18
1st 100 m 11.53
Mediterranean Games Almería, Spain 1st 100 m hurdles 12.90
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 2nd 60 m hurdles 7.86
European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 4th 100 m hurdles 12.86
2009 Mediterranean Games Pescara, Italy 4th 100 m hurdles 13.42

References[edit]

  1. ^ Glory Alozie Archived 5 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine.. Sports Reference. Retrieved on 2014-01-12.
  2. ^ Minshull, Phil (1998). Alozie after further glory on African soil. IAAF. Retrieved on 2014-01-12.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Ludmila Engquist
Women's 100m Hurdles Best Year Performance
1998
Succeeded by
Gail Devers