Algeria national athletics team

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ALG Track & Field
SportTrack & Field
Long-Distance Running
Race Walking
JurisdictionNational
AbbreviationALGTF
Founded1962 (1962)
Headquarters Algiers, Algeria
Sponsor Mobilis
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The Algeria national athletics team represents Algeria at the international athletics competitions such as Olympic Games or World Athletics Championships.

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Medal count

Algeria has 13 participations in the Summer Olympic of 27 editions held from 1896 to 2016.

CompetitionMedal table
Gold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgTot.Rank
Summer Olympics 432938
Paralympic Games 2018276540
World Championships 6131030
World Indoor Championships 101252
IPC World Championships 20211455
Mediterranean Games 281628727
African Games 202829776
African Championships 7049711904
Total169135175479

List of medalists at Olympic Games

MedalNameGamesEventDate
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Hassiba Boulmerka Flag of Spain.svg 1992 Barcelona Women's 1500 metres 8 August 1992
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Noureddine Morceli Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 1500 metres 3 August 1996
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Abderrahmane Hammad Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney Men's high jump 24 September 2000
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Djabir Saïd-Guerni Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney Men's 800 metres 27 September 2000
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Nouria Merah-Benida Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney Women's 1500 metres 30 September 2000
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Ali Saïdi-Sief Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney Men's 5000 metres 30 September 2000
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Taoufik Makhloufi Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's 1500 metres 7 August 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Taoufik Makhloufi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 800 metres 15 August 2016
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Taoufik Makhloufi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 1500 metres 20 August 2016

List of medalists

MedalNameGamesEventDate
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Allek Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta 100 m T36
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Allek Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta 200 m T36
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Faouzi Bellele Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 5000m T34-37
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Youcef Boudjeltia Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 400m T12
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Faouzi Bellele Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 800m T34-36
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Faouzi Bellele Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 1500m T34-37
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Bachir Zergoune Flag of the United States.svg 1996 Atlanta Men's 800m T44-46
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Allek Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney 100 m T37
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Allek Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney 200 m T37
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Allek Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2000 Sydney 400 m T37
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Karim Betina Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's Shot put F32 19 September 2004
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Nadia Medjemedj Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Women's Shot put F56-58 20 September 2004
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Samir Nouioua Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 1500m T46 20 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Khaled Hanani Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 1500m T37 20 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mohamed Aissaoui Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 1500m T46 20 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mohamed Allek Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 200m T37 21 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Karim Betina Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's Club throw F32/51 21 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Omar Benchiheb Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 1500m T11 22 September 2004
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Samir Nouioua Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 800m T46 25 September 2004
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Hakim Yahiaoui Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's Discus throw F13 25 September 2004
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Samir Nouioua Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Men's 5000m T46 27 September 2004
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Sofia Djelal Flag of Greece.svg 2004 Athens Women's Javelin throw F56-58 27 September 2004
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mounir Bakiri Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's Shot Put F32 8 September 2008
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Karim Betina Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's Shot Put - F32 8 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Nadia Medjemedj Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Women's Shot Put F57/58 9 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Samir Nouioua Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's 1500m T46 10 September 2008
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Kamel Kardjena Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's Shot Put - F33/34/52 12 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Sofiane Hamdi Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's 100m T37 12 September 2008
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Louadjeda Benoumessad Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Women's Javelin Throw F33/34/52/53 13 September 2008
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Samir Nouioua Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's 800m T46 15 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Zine Eddine Sekhri Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's 800m T13 15 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Hocine Gherzouli Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's Shot Put F40 15 September 2008
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Sofiane Hamdi Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Men's 200m T37 16 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Nadia Medjemedj Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2008 Beijing Women's discus throw F57–58 16 September 2008
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mohamed Berrahal Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's 100 m T51 31 August 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Safia Djelal Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Women's javelin throw F58 1 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Mounia Gasmi Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Women's club throw F31/32/51 1 September 2012
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Kamel Kardjena Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's discus throw F32-34 1 September 2012
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Lahouari Bahlaz Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's club throw F31/32/51 3 September 2012
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Kamel Kardjena Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's shot put F32-33 4 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Karim Betina Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's shot put F32-33 4 September 2012
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mounir Bakiri Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's shot put F32-33 4 September 2012
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Nassima Saifi Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Women's discus throw F57–58 4 September 2012
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Samir Nouioua Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's 1500 m T46 4 September 2012
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Mohamed Berrahal Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's discus throw F51–53 6 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Hocine Gherzouli Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's discus throw F40 6 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Lynda Hamri Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Women's long jump F13 7 September 2012
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Lahouari Bahlaz Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's discus throw F32-34 7 September 2012
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Abdellatif Baka Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's 800 m T13 8 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Samir Nouioua Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2012 London Men's 800 m T46 8 September 2012
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Lahouari Bahlaz Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's shot put F32 8 September 2016
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Nassima Saifi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's shot put F56/57 8 September 2016
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Nadia Medjemedj Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's shot put F56/57 8 September 2016
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Mounia Gasmi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's club throw F31/32 9 September 2016
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Kamel Kardjena Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's shot put F33 10 September 2016
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Nadia Medjemedj Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's javelin throw F56 10 September 2016
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Abdellatif Baka Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro 1500 metres T13 11 September 2016
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Mohamed Berrahal Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 100 metres T51 13 September 2016
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Lynda Hamri Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's long jump T12 13 September 2016
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Mohamed Fouad Hamoumou Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 400 metres T13 15 September 2016
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Nassima Saifi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro discus throw F56/57 15 September 2016
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Sofiane Hamdi Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 400 metres T37 16 September 2016
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Samir Nouioua Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's 1500 metres T46 16 September 2016
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Asmahan Boudjadar Flag of Brazil.svg 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women's shot put F33 16 September 2016

List of medalists at World Championships

MedalNameGamesEventDate
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Hassiba Boulmerka Flag of Japan.svg 1991 Tokyo Women's 1500 metres 31 August 1991
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Azzedine Brahmi Flag of Japan.svg 1991 Tokyo Men's 3000 metres steeplechase 31 August 1991
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Noureddine Morceli Flag of Japan.svg 1991 Tokyo Men's 1500 metres 1 September 1991
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Noureddine Morceli Flag of Germany.svg 1993 Stuttgart Men's 1500 metres 22 August 1993
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Hassiba Boulmerka Flag of Germany.svg 1993 Stuttgart Women's 1500 metres 22 August 1993
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Hassiba Boulmerka Flag of Sweden.svg 1995 Gothenburg Women's 1500 metres 5 August 1995
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Noureddine Morceli Flag of Sweden.svg 1995 Gothenburg Men's 1500 metres 13 August 1995
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Djabir Saïd-Guerni Flag of Spain.svg 1999 Seville Men's 800 metres 29 August 1999
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Djabir Saïd-Guerni Flag of France.svg 2003 Paris Men's 800 metres 31 August 2003
Silver medal icon.svg Silver Taoufik Makhloufi Flag of Qatar.svg 2019 Doha Men's 1500 metres 6 October 2019

List of medalists at World Indoor Championships

MedalNameGamesEventDate
Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Othmane Belfaa Flag of France.svg 1985 Paris Men's High jump18 January 1985
Gold medal icon.svg Gold Noureddine Morceli Flag of Spain.svg 1991 Seville Men's 1500 metres 9 March 1991

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