Hakim Toumi

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Hakim Toumi
Personal information
Native name الحكيم التومي
Nationality Algerian
Born (1961-01-30) January 30, 1961 (age 56)
Country Algeria
Sport Hammer throw
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s) 74.76 metres (245.3 ft) (1998)

Hakim Toumi (Arabic: الحكيم التومي‎‎; born January 30, 1961 in Algiers, Algiers Province) is a retired male hammer thrower from Algeria.

Toumi twice represented his native country at the Summer Olympics, in 1984 and 1988. He set his personal best distance of 74.76 metres (245.3 ft) on August 8, 1998 in Algiers.

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  Algeria
1981 World Cup Rome, Italy 8th 59.80 m1
1983 World Championships Helsinki, Finland 26th (q) 65.54 m
Mediterranean Games Casablanca, Morocco 5th 66.64 m
1984 African Championships Rabat, Morocco 1st 68.64 m
Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States 17th (q) 67.68 m
1985 African Championships Cairo, Egypt 1st 70.56 m
World Cup Canberra, Australia 5th 69.84 m1
1986 Goodwill Games Moscow, Soviet Union 13th 67.00 m
1987 All-Africa Games Nairobi, Kenya 1st 70.10 m
Mediterranean Games Latakia, Syria 4th 68.64 m
1988 African Championships Annaba, Algeria 1st 69.06 m
Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea 26th (q) 65.78 m
1989 African Championships Lagos, Nigeria 1st 69.98 m
World Cup Barcelona, Spain 8th 67.62 m1
1990 African Championships Cairo, Egypt 3rd 66.34 m
1991 All-Africa Games Cairo, Egypt 2nd 63.12 m
1992 African Championships Mauritius 1st 69.80 m
World Cup Havana, Cuba 7th 68.14 m1
1993 African Championships Durban, South Africa 1st 69.82 m
1994 World Cup London, United Kingdom 7th 69.38 m1
1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 31st (q) 68.38 m
All-Africa Games Harare, Zimbabwe 1st 67.12 m
1996 African Championships Yaoundé, Cameroon 1st 69.32 m
1997 Mediterranean Games Bari, Italy 8th 69.14 m
World Championships Athens, Greece 36th (q) 68.32 m
1998 African Championships Dakar, Senegal 2nd 69.36 m
1999 All-Africa Games Johannesburg, South Africa 4th 64.11 m

1Representing Africa