2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics

2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics

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The 2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics is the sixth edition of the World Youth Championships in Athletics. They are being held in Brixen, Italy from 8-12 July 2009. Athletes must be aged 16 or 17 on 31 December 2009 (born in 1992 or 1993) to compete.[1]

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Results

Boys

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m United States Prezel Hardy (USA) 10.57 Canada Aaron Brown (CAN) 10.74 Italy Giovanni Galbieri (ITA) 10.79
200 m Grenada Kirani James (GRN) 21.05 PB Spain Alberto Gavalda (ESP) 21.33 SB United States Keenan Brock (USA) 21.39
400 m Grenada Kirani James (GRN) 45.24 CR WL PB United States Joshua Mance (USA) 46.22 PB Sudan Awadelkarim Elyas (SUD) 47.15 SB
800 m Sweden Johan Rogestedt (SWE) 1:50.92 PB Kenya Peter Langat Kiplangat (KEN) 1:50.97 Kenya Nicholas Kiplangat Kipkoech (KEN) 1:51.01
1500 m Kenya Gideon Kiage Mageka (KEN) 3:37.36 WL Kenya Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (KEN) 3:38.42 Ethiopia Girma Bekele (ETH) 3:39.88 PB
3000 m Kenya Isaac Kiplagat Koech (KEN) 7:51.51 CR Kenya David Kiprotich Bett (KEN) 7:52.13 PB Eritrea Goitom Kifle (ERI) 8:05.83 PB
2000 m st. Kenya Hillary Kipsang Yego (KEN) 5:25.33 WL Kenya Peter Kibet Lagat (KEN) 5:26.59 PB Ethiopia Desta Alemu (ETH) 5:37.32 PB
110 m H 91.4cm United States Dale Morgan (USA) 13.28 WL Great Britain Jack Meredith (GBR) 13.33 PB Canada Gregory Mitchell (CAN) 13.51
400 m H 84.0cm Cuba Norge Sotomayor (CUB) 51.30 WL Kenya Jeremiah Kipkorir Mutai (KEN) 51.45 PB Italy Jose Reynaldo Bencosme de Leon (ITA) 51.74
10,000 m track walk Germany Hagen Pohle (GER) 41:35.99 CR WL PB Russia Dementiy Cheparev (RUS) 41:53.76 PB Ukraine Ihor Lyashchenko (UKR) 42:01.90 PB
Medley relay United States United States 1:50.33 WY Brazil Brazil 1:52.66 SB Japan Japan 1:52.82 SB
High jump Israel Dmitriy Kroyter (ISR) 2.20 Denmark Janick Klausen (DEN) 2.20 PB Canada Django Lovett (CAN)
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Pole vault South Korea Min-Sub Jin (KOR) 5.15 PB Germany Carlo Paech (GER) 5.10 Germany Daniel Clemens (GER) 5.10
Long jump Thailand Supanara S. N. A. (THA) 7.65 PB South Africa Stefan Brits (RSA) 7.57 Germany Yannick Roggatz (GER) 7.53 PB
In winning the long jump, Supanara Suksawasti Na Ayutaya (S. N. A.) became Thailand’s first ever finalist, medallist and champion in an athletics global event of any age category. He is a descendent of King Rama IV.[2]
Triple jump Great Britain Benjamin Williams (GBR) 15.91 PB Thailand Supanara S. N. A. (THA) 15.70 PB Russia Aleksandr Yurchenko (RUS) 15.66 PB
Shot put 5 kg United States Ryan Crouser (USA) 21.56 CR Poland Krzysztof Brzozowski (POL) 20.89 PB South Africa Frans Schutte (RSA) 20.37 PB
Discus 1.500 kg Syria Hamid Manssour (SYR) 64.20 United States Ryan Crouser (USA) 61.64 Jamaica Traves Smikle (JAM) 61.22 PB
Hammer 5 kg China Hongqiu Chen (CHN) 74.93 WL PB Tajikistan Suhrob Khodjaev (TJK) 73.29 PB Slovakia Tomas Kruzliak (SVK) 72.17
Javelin 700g Chinese Taipei Shih-Feng Huang (TPE) 74.00 France Killian Durechou (FRA) 73.54 Argentina Braian Toledo (ARG) 73.44 PB
Octathlon France Kevin Mayer (FRA) 6478 WL Qatar Mohd Ahmed Al-Mannai (QAT) 6232 PB Germany Steffen Klink (GER) 6217 PB

AR Area record | CR championship record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB/PR personal best/record | SB seasonal best | WL world leading (in a given season) | WR world record

Girls

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Great Britain Jodie Williams (GBR) 11.39 WL PB United States Virgin Islands Allison Peter (ISV) 11.47 PB United States Ashton Purvis (USA) 11.48 SB
15-year-old Jodie Williams takes the 100 m sprint title in a youth world leading time of 11.39. This is also a personal best for Williams. Williams has not lost a 100 m final since 2007.[3]
200 m Great Britain Jodie Williams (GBR) 23.08 WL United States Virgin Islands Allison Peter (ISV) 23.08 WL United States Ashton Purvis (USA) 23.15 PB
400 m United States Ebony Eutsey (USA) 52.88 United States Michelle Brown (USA) 53.44 Sweden Sandra Wagner (SWE) 53.52 PB
800 m Kenya Cherono Koech (KEN) 2:01.67 CR Ireland Ciara Mageean (IRL) 2:03.07 PB Great Britain Rowena Cole (GBR) 2:03.83 PB
1500 m Kenya Nelly Chebet Ngeiywo (KEN) 4:12.76 PB Ethiopia Gete Dima (ETH) 4:15.16 Serbia Amela Terzic (SRB) 4:16.71 PB
3000 m Kenya Purity Cherotich Rionoripo (KEN) 9:03.79 Kenya Jackline Chepngeno (KEN) 9:05.93 PB Ethiopia Genet Yalew (ETH) 9:08.95 PB
2000 m st. Ethiopia Korahubsh Itaa (ETH) 6:11.83 WYR Kenya Lucia Kamene Muangi (KEN) 6:11.90 PB Ethiopia Halima Hassen (ETH) 6:16.83 PB
100 m H 76.2cm Norway Isabelle Pedersen (NOR) 13.23 United States Kori Carter (USA) 13.26 PB United States Bridgette Owens (USA) 13.39 PB
With this win, 17-year-old Isabelle Pedersen became Norway’s first ever World Youth champion. Her time of 13.20 in the semi finals was a national record and third all-time Youth best.[4]
400 m H Russia Vera Rudakova (RUS) 57.83 WL Jamaica Danielle Dowie (JAM) 58.62 Uruguay Deborah Rodriguez (URU) 59.71 PB
5,000 m track walk Russia Elena Lashmanova (RUS) 22:55.45 WL Mexico Yanelli Caballero (MEX) 22:59.27 PB Russia Svetlana Vasilyeva (athlete) (RUS) 23:00.15 PB
Medley relay United States United States 2:04.32 WL Hungary Hungary 2:09.22 PB Romania Romania 2:09.25 PB
High jump Italy Alessia Trost (ITA) 1.87 Russia Marina Kuchina (RUS)
Australia Amy Pejkovic (AUS)
1.85 PB
1.85 PB
 
The 6'2", 16-year-old Italian is Italy’s first ever World Youth champion.[5]
Pole vault Sweden Angelica Bengtsson (SWE) 4.32 WL Sweden Michaela Meijer (SWE) 4.10 Hungary Felicia Horvath (HUN)
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Long jump China Minjia Lu (CHN) 6.22 Romania Alina Rotaru (ROU) 6.09 United States Jennifer Clayton (USA) 6.05
Triple jump Russia Yana Borodina (RUS) 13.63 WL China Lina Deng (CHN) 13.57 PB Uzbekistan Valeriya Kanatova (UZB) 13.45
Shot put Germany Lena Urbaniak (GER) 15.28 Samoa Margaret Satupai (SAM) 14.96 SB China Yangzi Dong (CHN) 14.65 PB
Discus China Shanshan Li (CHN) 51.65 United States Alex Collatz (USA) 50.09 Germany Shanice Craft (GER) 49.15
Hammer Slovenia Barbara Spiler (SLO) 59.33 Turkey Kivilcim Kaya (TUR) 57.91 SB Romania Bianca Lazar Fazecas (ROU) 56.41 PB
Javelin Uzbekistan Anastasiya Svechnikova (UZB) 53.25 SB China You Wu (CHN) 52.04 PB Germany Laura Henkel (GER) 51.47 PB
Heptathlon Great Britain Katarina Thompson (GBR) 5750 WL Latvia Laura Ikauniece (LAT) 5647 PB Germany Kira Biesenbach (GER) 5423 PB

AR Area record | CR championship record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB/PR personal best/record | SB seasonal best | WL world leading (in a given season) | WR world record

Medals table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Kenya Kenya 6 7 1 14
2 United States United States 6 5 5 16
3 Great Britain Great Britain 4 1 1 6
4 Russia Russia 3 2 4 9
5 China China 3 2 1 6
6 Germany Germany 2 1 6 9
7 Sweden Sweden 2 1 1 4
8 Grenada Grenada 2 0 0 2
9 Ethiopia Ethiopia 1 1 4 6
10 France France 1 1 0 1
10 Thailand Thailand 1 1 0 2
12 Italy Italy 1 0 2 3
13 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan 1 0 1 1
14 Cuba Cuba 1 0 0 1
14 Israel Israel 1 0 0 1
14 South Korea South Korea 1 0 0 1
14 Norway Norway 1 0 0 1
14 Slovenia Slovenia 1 0 0 1
14 Syria Syria 1 0 0 1
14 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 1 0 0 1
21 United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands 0 2 0 2
22 Canada Canada 0 1 2 3
22 Romania Romania 0 1 2 3
24 Hungary Hungary 0 1 1 2
24 Jamaica Jamaica 0 1 1 2
24 South Africa South Africa 0 1 1 2
27 Australia Australia 0 1 0 1
27 Brazil Brazil 0 1 0 1
27 Denmark Denmark 0 1 0 1
27 Ireland Ireland 0 1 0 1
27 Latvia Latvia 0 1 0 1
27 Mexico Mexico 0 1 0 1
27 Poland Poland 0 1 0 1
27 Qatar Qatar 0 1 0 1
27 Samoa Samoa 0 1 0 1
27 Spain Spain 0 1 0 1
27 Tajikistan Tajikistan 0 1 0 1
27 Turkey Turkey 0 1 0 1
39 Argentina Argentina 0 0 1 1
39 Eritrea Eritrea 0 0 1 1
39 Japan Japan 0 0 1 1
39 Serbia Serbia 0 0 1 1
39 Slovakia Slovakia 0 0 1 1
39 Sudan Sudan 0 0 1 1
39 Ukraine Ukraine 0 0 1 1
39 Uruguay Uruguay 0 0 1 1

References

  1. IAAF, May 5, 2009: More than 170 nations to compete in Sϋdtirol – 2009 World Youth Champs
  2. "Descendent of the Royal family grabs Thailand's first ever World gold medal", IAAF, 2009-07-10. Retrieved on 2009-07-10.
  3. "15-year-old Jodie Williams takes sprint titles", IAAF, 2009-07-09. Retrieved on 2009-07-10.
  4. "World Youth gold is more than a dream come true for Pedersen", IAAF, 2009-07-09. Retrieved on 2009-07-10.
  5. "Golden jump for Italy's Alessia Trost", IAAF, 2009-07-10. Retrieved on 2009-07-11.

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