Mouhcine Cheaouri

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Mouhcine Cheaouri
Personal information
Born15 January 1989 (1989-01-15) (age 30)
Oujda, Morocco

Mouhcine Cheaouri (born 15 January 1989) is a Moroccan track and field athlete who competes in the pole vault. He is a two-time African champion in the event and has a personal best of 5.20 metres.

Born in the city of Oujda,[1] Cheaouri made his international debut at the 2007 Pan Arab Games, where he finished in sixth place.[2] He improved his personal best to 5.20 m in 2008 and quickly ascended to the top of the regional scene by winning the gold medal at the 2008 African Championships in Athletics, beating decathletes Larbi Bouraada and Willem Coertzen.[3]

He did not compete in 2009 and 2010, but returned to form in 2011 with a clearance of 5.20 m in Meknes. He placed ninth at the 2011 Military World Games,[4] was runner-up at the Arab Athletics Championships, then took the gold medal at the 2011 Pan Arab Games.[5] A vault of 5.10 m was enough to secure his second continental win at the 2012 African Championships in Athletics.[1]

In 2016 he tested positive for stanozolol and was banned from competition for four years between 30 April 2016 and 9 June 2020.[6]


Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  Morocco
2007 African Junior Championships Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso 3rd 4.40 m
Pan Arab Games Cairo, Egypt 6th 4.60 m
2008 African Championships Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 1st 4.80 m
2011 Arab Championships Al Ain, United Arab Emirates 2nd 4.80 m
Pan Arab Games Doha, Qatar 1st 5.10 m
2012 African Championships Porto Novo, Benin 1st 5.10 m
2013 Arab Championships Doha, Qatar 1st 5.00 m
Islamic Solidarity Games Palembang, Indonesia 1st 5.10 m
2014 African Championships Marrakech, Morocco 3rd 5.00 m


  1. ^ a b Cheaouri Mouhcine. IAAF. Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  2. ^ Pan Arab Games, Cairo (Egypt) 21-24/11 . AfricaAthle. Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  3. ^ 2008 African Championships. TunisAthle. Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  4. ^ Mouhcine Cheaouri. Rio2011. Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  5. ^ CHEAOURI Mohcine. ArabGames2011. Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  6. ^ "List of athletes currently serving a period of ineligibility as a result of an anti-doping rule violation under IAAF rules". IAAF. 1 January 2018. Retrieved 27 February 2018.

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