2021 Arab Athletics Championships

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22th Arab Athletics Championships
Dates16–20 June 2021
Host city Radès, Tunisia
Participation~400 athletes from
16 nations

The 2021 Arab Athletics Championships was the twenty second edition of the international athletics competition between Arab countries that took place from 16–20 June 2021 at Rades Athletic Stadium in Radès, close to Tunis, the capital of Tunisia. Around 400 athletes from 18 nations attended the event. [1] [2]

Contents

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(wind: 0.0 m/s)
Femi Ogunode
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
10.19 Tosin Ogunode
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
10.41 Barakat Al-Harthi
Flag of Oman.svg  Oman
10.43
200 metres
(wind: -2.0 m/s)
Femi Ogunode
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
20.60 Taha Hussein Yaseen
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
21.00 Noureddine Hadid
Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon
21.06
400 metres Taha Hussein Yaseen
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
46.29 Mohamed Ali Gouaned
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
46.72 Mohamed Abdul Ridha Chunchun
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
46.76
800 metres Mohamed Ali Gouaned
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
1:46.67 Oussama Nabil
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:46.84 Elhassane Moujahid
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:47.33
1500 metres Sadik Mikhou
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
3:33.81
CR
Abdelatif Sadiki
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
3:34.54 Anass Essayi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
3:35.59
5000 metres Zouhair Awad
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
13:30.25 Sadik Mikhou
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
13:40.37 Soufiyan Bouqantar
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
13:47.41
10,000 metres Dawit Fikadu
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
29:35 Abdel Nasser Al-Mai
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
29:45 Mouhcine Outalha
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
29:48
Half marathon Hassan Toriss
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:06:48 Othmane El Goumri
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:08:09 Joshua Lemushen Nakeri
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
1:09:09
110 metres hurdles
(wind: -0.1 m/s)
Yaqoub Al-Youha
Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait
13.71 Amine Bouanani
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
13.83 Mohamed Koussi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
14.09
400 metres hurdles Abdelmalik Lahoulou
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
49.45 Ashraf Hussen Osman
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
49.49 Ismail Manyani
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
50.40
3000 metres steeplechase Mohamed Tindouft
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
8:31.50 Hicham Bouchicha
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
8:33.21 Yaser Bagharab
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
8:34.17
4×100 metres relayFlag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia 39.69Flag of Oman.svg  Oman 39.95Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 40.74
4×400 metres relayFlag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 3:11.27Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait 3:14.98Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia 3:16.29
20 km walk Raouf Ben El Abhi
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
1:28:27 Islam Abdel Awab Abdul Khaliq
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
1:28:50 Mohamed Ragab Saleh
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
1:29:50
High jump Faleh Abdulwahid
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
2.19 m Hamdi Al-Amin
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
2.16 m Hichem Bouhanoun
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
2.05 m
Pole vault Hussein Al-Hizam
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia
5.55 m
CR
Ali Abdulkarim Al-Nasiri
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia
5.15 m Muntaher Faleh Abdulwahib
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
Majdi Chahata
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
5.10 m
Long jump Yasser Triki
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
7.96 m Mouhcine Khoua
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
7.60 m Mohamed Salameh
Flag of Syria.svg  Syria
7.58 m
Triple jump Yasser Triki
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
17.26 m
CR
Mohamed Hammadi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
16.25 m Mohamed Salameh
Flag of Syria.svg  Syria
16.10 m
Shot put Abdelrahman Mahmoud
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
21.15 m
AR , CR
Mohamed Magdi Hamza Khalif
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
20.30 m Ibrahim Al-Fadhli
Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait
17.71 m
Discus throw Essa Al-Zenkawi
Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait
60.25 m Moumen Bourekba
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
58.44 m Shehab Mohamed Abdalaziz
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
58.05 m
Hammer throw Eslam Moussad Seria
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
71.96 m Ashraf Amgad El-Seify
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar
71.30 m Hassan Mohamed Mahmoud
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
70.50 m
Javelin throw Ihab Abdelrahman
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
79.93 m Maged Mohser El-Badry
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
72.76 m Younis Mohsen Saleh
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
72.70 m
Decathlon Larbi Bourrada
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
7311 pts Abd. El-Sajjad Saadoun Nasser
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
7007 pts Mustapha Mohamed
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
2976 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(wind: +4.5 m/s)
Dana Hussain
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
11.24 Bassant Hemida
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
11.45 Aziza Sbaity
Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon
11.68
200 metres
(wind: +2.2 m/s)
Dana Hussain
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
22.51 Bassant Hemida
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
23.08 Assia Raziki
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
23.49
400 metres Assia Raziki
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
52.75 Iman Mansour Abdul Muttalib
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
53.34 Salma Lehlali
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
55.23
800 metres Soukaina Elhaji
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
2:22.44 Amina Bakhit
Flag of Sudan.svg  Sudan
2:22.91 Manal Ebahraoui
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
2:24.53
1500 metres Tigist Gashaw
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
4:18.33 Amina Bakhit
Flag of Sudan.svg  Sudan
4:20.15 Rahma Tahri
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
4:20.85
5000 metres Rahma Tahiri
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
16:15.37 Tigist Gashaw
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
16:17.30 Riham Senani
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
16.37.60
10,000 metres Fatima Ezzahra Gardadi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
34:58.10 Hanane Qallouje
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
34:59.06 Riham Senani
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
35:16.49
Half marathon Tejitu Daba
Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain
1:16:43 Ruqyah Al-Mukeem
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:17:08 Hanane Qallouje
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1:19:44
100 metres hurdles
(wind: -1.8 m/s)
Linha Ahmed
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
14.08 Rahil Hamel
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
14.36 Noura Ennadi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
14.42
400 metres hurdles Noura Ennadi
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
56.89 Loubna Benhadja
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
57.39 Samira Messad
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
58.20
3000 metres steeplechase Marwa Bouzayani
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
9:48.05 Rihab Dhahri
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
10:10.15 Fatiha Sanchez
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
10:18.95
4×100 metres relayFlag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 46.95Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia 47.65Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 50.09
4×400 metres relayFlag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 3:45.64Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia 3:56.79Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 4:12.88
20 km walk Chahinez Nasri
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
1:35:47 Nesrine Mejri
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
1:41:52 Souad Azzi
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
1:45:07
High jump Rhizlane Siba
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
1.84 m
CR
Yousra Araar
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
Aiten Ahmed Yehia
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
1.71 mNot awarded
Pole vault Dorra Mahfoudhi
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
3.90 m Meriem Srasra
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
2.80 mNot awarded
Long jump Esraa Owis
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
6.39 m Yousra Lajdoud
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
6.29 m Roumeissa Belabiod
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
5.98 m
Triple jump Esraa Owis
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
13.06 m Ghada Hamdani
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
12.68 m Kawther Selmi
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
12.46 m
Shot put Nada Chroudi
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
15.12 m Zainab Zeroual
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
13.51 m Salem Rijaj Essayah
Flag of Libya.svg  Libya
11.57 m
Discus throw Salem Rijaj Essayah
Flag of Libya.svg  Libya
50.36 m Chaima Chouayakh
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
49.62 m Rawand Dhouibi
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
48.80 m
Hammer throw Zouina Bouzebra
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
65.20 m Rawan Ayman Ibrahim Barakat
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
62.23 m Soukaina Zakkour
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
59.15 m
Javelin throw Nisreen Lachhab
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
39.69 m Rola Sameh Raafat
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
38.91 m Asia Aziz Kader
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
35.36 m
Heptathlon Nada Chroudi
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
5498 pts Hoda Hagras
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
3464 pts Salsabil El-Sayyar
Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait
2438 pts

Medal table

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 1091231
2Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia *77216
3Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria 67821
4Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain 63211
5Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 510419
6Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 52613
7Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar 2417
8Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait 2125
9Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia 2114
10Flag of Libya.svg  Libya 1012
11Flag of Sudan.svg  Sudan 0202
12Flag of Oman.svg  Oman 0112
13Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 0033
14Flag of Syria.svg  Syria 0022
Totals (14 nations)464745138

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