Athletics at the 1994 Jeux de la Francophonie

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II Jeux de la Francophonie
Stade Robert-Bobin.png
The host venue (shown in 2010)
Dates11 – 13 July
Host city Bondoufle, France Flag of France.svg
Venue Stade Robert Bobin
Events43
Participationc. 537 athletes from
40 nations
Records set22 Games records


At the 1994 Jeux de la Francophonie , the athletics events were held in Bondoufle, near Paris, France. A total of 43 events were contested, of which 23 by male and 20 by female athletes.

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Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of Quebec.svg  Bruny Surin  (Quebec)10.08 GRFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Donovan Bailey  (CAN)10.27Flag of Senegal.svg  Oumar Loum  (SEN)10.35
200 metresFlag of France.svg  Hermann Lomba  (FRA)20.90Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Ricardo Greenidge  (CAN)21.16Flag of France.svg  Thierry Lubin  (FRA)21.16
400 metresFlag of France.svg  Pierre-Marie Hilaire  (FRA)46.16Flag of Senegal.svg  Hachim Ndiaye  (SEN)46.32Flag of Mauritius.svg  Désiré Pierre-Louis  (MRI)46.50
800 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Mahjoub Haïda  (MAR)1:50.48Flag of France.svg  Ousmane Diarra  (FRA)1:50.79Flag of New Brunswick.svg  William Best  (New Brunswick)1:51.23
1500 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Azzedine Sediki  (MAR)3:42.57Flag of France.svg  Abdelkader Chékhémani  (FRA)3:43.08Flag of Morocco.svg  Hicham El Guerrouj  (MAR)3:43.54
5000 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Salah Hissou  (MAR)13:22.08 GRFlag of Morocco.svg  Brahim Lahlafi  (MAR)13:25.91Flag of Morocco.svg  Brahim Jabbour  (MAR)14:01.64
10,000 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Salah Hissou  (MAR)28:34.25 GRFlag of Morocco.svg  Hammou Boutayeb  (MAR)28:35.88Flag of Morocco.svg  Khalid Boulami  (MAR)28:48.43
MarathonFlag of Tunisia.svg  Tahar Mansouri  (TUN)2:17:18 GRFlag of Morocco.svg  Abdelkader El Mouaziz  (MAR)2:21:29Flag of Djibouti.svg  Abdillahi Omar  (DJI)2:25:27
110 metres hurdlesFlag of France.svg  Dan Philibert  (FRA)13.55 GRFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jonathan Nsenga  (BEL)13.56Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Tim Kroeker  (CAN)13.68
400 metres hurdlesFlag of Tunisia.svg  Fadhel Khayati  (TUN)49.52Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Marc Dollendorf  (BEL)50.03Flag of Senegal.svg  Ibou Faye  (SEN)50.25
3000 m s'chaseFlag of Morocco.svg  Khalid Skah  (MAR)8:19.30 GRFlag of Morocco.svg  Elarbi Khattabi  (MAR)8:23.13Flag of Burundi.svg  Hilaire Ntirampéba  (BDI)8:36.19 NR
4×100 metres relayFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada  (CAN)
Sheridon Baptiste
Glenroy Gilbert
Peter Ogilvie
Donovan Bailey
39.16Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast  (CIV)
Ouattara Lagazane
Jean-Olivier Zirignon
Frank Waota
Ibrahim Meité
39.38Flag of France.svg  France  (FRA)
Olivier Laroche
Sébastien Carrat
Hermann Lomba
Thierry Lubin
39.87
4×400 metres relayFlag of Senegal.svg  Senegal  (SEN)
Ibrahima Wade
Moustapha Diarra
Aboubakry Dia
Hachim Ndiaye
3:05.73Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco  (MAR)
Mohamed Debbab
Brahim Lahlafi
Bouchaib Belkaid
Benyounès Lahlou
3:06.67Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada  (CAN)
Antony Wilson
Kelly Crerar
Ahlosen Isaac
Byron Goodwin
3:07.71
20 km walkFlag of France.svg  Jean-Olivier Brosseau  (FRA)1:25:48 GRFlag of France.svg  Martial Fesselier  (FRA)1:26:52Flag of Quebec.svg  Martin St. Pierre  (Quebec)1:27:07
High jumpFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Cory Siermachesky  (CAN)2.20Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Richard Duncan  (CAN)2.20Flag of France.svg  Pierre Bernard  (FRA)2.18
Pole vaultFlag of France.svg  Gérald Baudouin  (FRA)5.60Flag of France.svg  Jean-Marc Tailhardat  (FRA)5.50Flag of France.svg  Alain Andji  (FRA)5.30
Long jumpFlag of Senegal.svg  Cheikh Touré  (SEN)8.06 GRFlag of Dominica.svg  Jérôme Romain  (DMA)7.81Flag of Burkina Faso.svg  Franck Zio  (BUR)7.75
Triple jumpFlag of Quebec.svg  Edrick Floreal  (Quebec)16.83Flag of France.svg  Alex Norca  (FRA)16.72Flag of France.svg  Garfield Anselm  (FRA)16.58
Shot putFlag of Romania.svg  Gheorghe Guset  (ROM)19.67 GRFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Scott Cappos  (CAN)17.07Flag of France.svg  Rocky Vaitanaki  (FRA)16.83
Discus throwFlag of Romania.svg  Costel Grasu  (ROM)61.24 GRFlag of the Central African Republic.svg  Mickaël Conjungo  (CAF)60.40Flag of Romania.svg  Marcel Tîrle  (ROM)58.32
Hammer throwFlag of France.svg  Gilles Dupray  (FRA)74.94 GRFlag of France.svg  Frédéric Kuhn  (FRA)72.20Flag of France.svg  Walter Ciofani  (FRA)71.72
Javelin throwFlag of Switzerland.svg  Grégory Wiesner  (SUI)75.12 GRFlag of Tunisia.svg  Maher Ridane  (TUN)70.72Flag of France.svg  Charlus Bertimon  (FRA)70.66
DecathlonFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Christian Mandrou  (CAN)7766 ptsFlag of France.svg  Cédric Lopez  (FRA)7709 ptsFlag of France.svg  Jamel Bourmada  (FRA)7526 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metresFlag of France.svg  Patricia Girard  (FRA)11.46Flag of France.svg  Odiah Sidibé  (FRA)11.59Flag of Madagascar.svg  Lalao Ravaonirina  (MAD)11.67
200 metresFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Stacy Bowen  (CAN)23.19Flag of France.svg  Delphine Combe  (FRA)23.35Flag of France.svg  Fabienne Ficher  (FRA)23.60
400 metresFlag of France.svg  Evelyne Elien  (FRA)52.58Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Alimata Koné  (CIV)53.32Flag of France.svg  Marie-Line Scholent  (FRA)53.86
800 metresFlag of Romania.svg  Carmen Stanciu  (ROM)2:05.28Flag of France.svg  Séverine Foulon  (FRA)2:05.45Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Alana Yakiwchuk  (CAN)2:05.56
1500 metresFlag of Romania.svg  Cristina Misaros  (ROM)4:21.20Flag of Quebec.svg  Mélanie Choinière  (Quebec)4:21.56Flag of France.svg  Laurence Vivier  (FRA)4:21.95
3000 metresFlag of Romania.svg  Cristina Misaros  (ROM)9:02.09 GRFlag of France.svg  Laurence Duquénoy  (FRA)9:06.78Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Courtney Babcock  (CAN)9:21.28
10,000 metresFlag of Morocco.svg  Zahra Ouaziz  (MAR)34:04.64 GRFlag of Quebec.svg  Lizanne Bussières  (Quebec)34:08.64Flag of Quebec.svg  Carole Rouillard  (Quebec)34:43.96
MarathonFlag of Quebec.svg  Cindy New  (Quebec)2:54:14Flag of Tunisia.svg  Sonia Agoun  (TUN)2:54:52Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Isabelle Dittberner  (CAN)3:12:28
100 metres hurdlesFlag of Madagascar.svg  Nicole Ramalalanirina  (MAD)13.17Flag of France.svg  Anne Piquereau  (FRA)13.18Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Donalda Duprey  (CAN)13.27
400 metres hurdlesFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Donalda Duprey  (CAN)55.10 GRFlag of Morocco.svg  Nezha Bidouane  (MAR)55.19Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Marie Womplou  (CIV)56.39 NR
4 × 100 metres relayFlag of France.svg  France  (FRA)
Patricia Girard
Odiah Sidibé
Fabienne Ficher
Delphine Combe
43.65Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada  (CAN)
France Gareau
Tarama Perry
Dena Burrows
Dionne Wright
45.09Flag of Madagascar.svg  Madagascar  (MAD)
Monica Rahanitraniriana
Hanitriniaina Rakotondrabe
Aurélie Jonary
Lalao Ravaonirina
45.22
4 × 400 metres relayFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada  (CAN)
Alana Yakiwchuk
Jean Fletcher
Judith Fraser
Stacy Bowen
3:38.12Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast  (CIV)
Louise Ayétotché
Patricia Foufoué Ziga
Véronique Kouamé
Alimata Koné
3:41.48Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco  (MAR)
Bouchra Lahlafou
Najat Ouali
Souhad Kouhail
Nadia Zetouani
3:47.98
10 km walkFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Janice McCaffrey  (CAN)45:38.06 GRFlag of France.svg  Valérie Nadaud  (FRA)46:01.77Flag of Quebec.svg  Pascale Grand  (Quebec)46:40.88
High jumpFlag of Romania.svg  Monica Iagar  (ROM)1.89 GRFlag of France.svg  Isabelle Jeanne  (FRA)1.89Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Lucienne N'Da  (CIV)1.87
Long jumpFlag of France.svg  Nadine Caster  (FRA)6.58Flag of France.svg  Anastasia Mahob  (FRA)6.36Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Sandrine Hennart  (BEL)6.09
Triple jumpFlag of Romania.svg  Rodica Petrescu  (ROM)14.33Flag of France.svg  Sandrine Domain  (FRA)13.58Flag of France.svg  Valérie Guiyoule  (FRA)13.57
Shot putFlag of Switzerland.svg  Nathalie Ganguillet  (SUI)16.32 GRFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Georgette Reed  (CAN)16.29Flag of France.svg  Annick Lefebvre  (FRA)15.46
Discus throwFlag of Romania.svg  Nicoleta Grasu  (ROM)60.80 GRFlag of Romania.svg  Manuela Tîrneci  (ROM)56.94Flag of France.svg  Agnès Teppe  (FRA)54.48
Javelin throwFlag of France.svg  Nathalie Teppe  (FRA)57.44 GRFlag of France.svg  Martine Bègue  (FRA)56.54Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Valerie Tulloch  (CAN)55.94
HeptathlonFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Kim Vanderhoek  (CAN)5641 pts GRFlag of France.svg  Véronique Villefayot  (FRA)5368 ptsFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Kendall Matheson  (CAN)5205 pts

Medal table

  *   Host nation (France)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of France.svg  France *11181544
2Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 86822
3Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 81110
4Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 66416
5Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec 3238
6Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia 2204
7Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal 2125
8Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 2002
9Flag of Madagascar.svg  Madagascar 1023
10Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast 0325
11Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 0213
12Flag of the Central African Republic.svg  Central African Republic 0101
Flag of Dominica.svg  Dominica 0101
14Flag of Burkina Faso.svg  Burkina Faso 0011
Flag of Burundi.svg  Burundi 0011
Flag of Djibouti.svg  Djibouti 0011
Flag of Mauritius.svg  Mauritius 0011
Flag of New Brunswick.svg  New Brunswick 0011
Totals (18 nations)434343129

Participating nations

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