Athlete Refugee Team is the category under which refugees' athletes can compete at international IAAF competitions. Official IAAF logo is used as the team's flag.
They competed at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics,2017 IAAF World Relays, 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships and 2019 World Athletics Championships.
One athlete (Puok Thiep Gatkuoth in men's marathon) was announced to compete at the 2018 European Athletics Championships,but finally he didn't start.
|2016 Summer Olympics||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|James Chiengjiek||Men's 400 m||N/A||52.89||8||Did not advance|
|Yiech Biel||Men's 800 m||N/A||1:54.67||8||Did not advance|
|Paulo Lokoro||Men's 1500 m||N/A||4:03.96||11||Did not advance|
|Yonas Kinde||Men's marathon||N/A||2:24:08||90|
|Rose Lokonyen||Women's 800 m||N/A||2:16.64||7||Did not advance|
|Anjelina Lohalith||Women's 1500 m||N/A||4:47.38||14||Did not advance|
|2020 Summer Olympics||Tokyo, Japan||Dorian Keletela||Men's 100 m||10.33||1st Q||10.41||8||Did not advance|
|James Chiengjiek||Men's 800 m||N/A|
|Paulo Amotun Lokoro||Men's 1500 m||N/A|
|Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed||Men's 5000 m||N/A||N/A|
|Tachlowini Gabriyesos||Men's Marathon||N/A|
|Rose Lokonyen||Women's 800 m||N/A||2:11.87||8||Did not advance|
|Anjelina Lohalith||Women's 1500 m||N/A|
|2017 World Championships||London, United Kingdom|
|Ahmed Bashir Farah||Men's 800 m||1:50.04||40||Did not advance|
|Dominic Lokinyomo Lobalu||Men's 1500 m||3:52.78||40||Did not advance|
|Kadar Omar Abdullahi||Men's 5000 m||14:32.67||35||N/A||Did not advance|
|Rose Lokonyen||Women's 800 m||2:20.06||45||Did not advance|
|Angelina Nadi||Women's 1500 m||4:33.54||43||Did not advance|
|2019 World Championships||Doha, Qatar|
|Paulo Amotun Lokoro||Men's 1500 m||3:48.98||42||Did not advance|
|Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed||Men's 5000 m||14:15.32||32||N/A||Did not advance|
|Tachlowini Gabriyesos||14:28.11||34||N/A||Did not advance|
|Fouad Idbafdil||Men's 3000 m steeplechase||DNF||N/A||Did not advance|
|Otmane Nait Hammou||9:30.17||44||N/A||Did not advance|
|Rose Lokonyen||Women's 800 m||2:13.39 PB||7||Did not advance|
|2017 World Relays||Nassau, Bahamas|| Gai Nyang |
|Men's 4 × 800 m relay||8:12.57||7|
|2019 World Relays||Yokohama, Japan|| Rose Lokonyen |
|Mixed 2 × 2 × 400 m relay||4:08.80||7|
|2018 Half Marathon Championships||Valencia, Spain||Paulo Amotun Lokoro||Men's half marathon||1:09:31||124|
|Ukuk Utho'o Bul||1:08:15||120|
|2020 Half Marathon Championships||Gdynia, Poland||Fouad Idbafdil||Men's half marathon||1:06:35||108|
|Otmane Nait Hammou||1:03:28||67|
|2019 Cross Country Championships||Aarhus, Denmark||Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed||Men's 10km race||35:09||85|
|Otmane Nait Hammou||38:23||124|
|2018 African Championships||Asaba, Nigeria||James Chiengjiek||Men's 800 m||1:58.69||34||Did not advance|
|Joseph Elia Ernesto||1:55.20||32||Did not advance|
|Yiech Pur Biel||1:53.20||31||Did not advance|
|Paulo Amotun Lokoro||Men's 1500 m||?:??.??||9 q||4:03.44||15|
|Dominic Lokinyomo Lobalu||Men's 5000 m||N/A||14:07.22||11|
|Ukuk Otho'o Bul||N/A||15:01.50||20|
|Chajen Dang Yien||Women's javelin throw||N/A||??.??||9|
|2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games||Ashgabat, Turkmenistan||Wiyual Puok Deng||Men's 400 m||50.96||4||Did not advance|
|Yiech Biel||Men's 800 m||1:55.29||4 q||1:56.53||5||Did not advance|
|Gai Nyang Tap||1:58.70||5||Did not advance|
|Paulo Amotun Lokoro||Men's 1500 m||3:59.45||4 q||N/A||DNS||-|
|Ukuk Utho'o Bul||Men's 3000 m||8:56.16||5 q||N/A||8:33.02||7|
|2021 European Indoor Championships||Toruń, Poland||Dorian Keletela||Men's 60 m||6.91||61||Did not advance|
|2017 World U18 Championships||Nairobi, Kenya||Mohammed Ahmed Abubakar||Men's 1500 m||4:23.38||12||N/A||Did not advance|
|Lydia Philip Mamun||Women's 400 m||1:07.55||5||Did not advance|
|Sunday Kamisa Peter||Women's 800 m||2:32.76||4||Did not advance|
|2018 World U20 Championships||Tampere, Finland||Dominic Lokolong Atiol||Men's 1500 m||3:59.63||12||N/A||Did not advance|
|Lydia Philip Mamun||Women's 800 m||DQ||-||Did not advance|
|2019 European Youth Olympic Festival||Baku, Azerbaijan||Nazret Kobodom||Girl's 3000 m||N/A||10:45.11||10|
|2021 European 10,000m Cup||Birmingham, Great Britain||Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed||Men's 10.000 m||N/A||28:52.64||25th|
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