|II Jeux de la Francophonie|
|Dates||11 – 13 July|
|Host city||Bondoufle, France|
|Venue||Stade Robert Bobin|
|Participation||c. 537 athletes from |
|Records set||22 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.
|100 metres||Bruny Surin (Quebec)||10.08 GR||Donovan Bailey (CAN)||10.27||Oumar Loum (SEN)||10.35|
|200 metres||Hermann Lomba (FRA)||20.90||Ricardo Greenidge (CAN)||21.16||Thierry Lubin (FRA)||21.16|
|400 metres||Pierre-Marie Hilaire (FRA)||46.16||Hachim Ndiaye (SEN)||46.32||Désiré Pierre-Louis (MRI)||46.50|
|800 metres||Mahjoub Haïda (MAR)||1:50.48||Ousmane Diarra (FRA)||1:50.79||William Best (New Brunswick)||1:51.23|
|1500 metres||Azzedine Sediki (MAR)||3:42.57||Abdelkader Chékhémani (FRA)||3:43.08||Hicham El Guerrouj (MAR)||3:43.54|
|5000 metres||Salah Hissou (MAR)||13:22.08 GR||Brahim Lahlafi (MAR)||13:25.91||Brahim Jabbour (MAR)||14:01.64|
|10,000 metres||Salah Hissou (MAR)||28:34.25 GR||Hammou Boutayeb (MAR)||28:35.88||Khalid Boulami (MAR)||28:48.43|
|Marathon||Tahar Mansouri (TUN)||2:17:18 GR||Abdelkader El Mouaziz (MAR)||2:21:29||Abdillahi Omar (DJI)||2:25:27|
|110 metres hurdles||Dan Philibert (FRA)||13.55 GR||Jonathan Nsenga (BEL)||13.56||Tim Kroeker (CAN)||13.68|
|400 metres hurdles||Fadhel Khayati (TUN)||49.52||Marc Dollendorf (BEL)||50.03||Ibou Faye (SEN)||50.25|
|3000 m s'chase||Khalid Skah (MAR)||8:19.30 GR||Elarbi Khattabi (MAR)||8:23.13||Hilaire Ntirampéba (BDI)||8:36.19 NR|
|4×100 metres relay|| Canada (CAN)|
|39.16|| Ivory Coast (CIV)|
|39.38|| France (FRA)|
|4×400 metres relay|| Senegal (SEN)|
|3:05.73|| Morocco (MAR)|
|3:06.67|| Canada (CAN)|
|20 km walk||Jean-Olivier Brosseau (FRA)||1:25:48 GR||Martial Fesselier (FRA)||1:26:52||Martin St. Pierre (Quebec)||1:27:07|
|High jump||Cory Siermachesky (CAN)||2.20||Richard Duncan (CAN)||2.20||Pierre Bernard (FRA)||2.18|
|Pole vault||Gérald Baudouin (FRA)||5.60||Jean-Marc Tailhardat (FRA)||5.50||Alain Andji (FRA)||5.30|
|Long jump||Cheikh Touré (SEN)||8.06 GR||Jérôme Romain (DMA)||7.81||Franck Zio (BUR)||7.75|
|Triple jump||Edrick Floreal (Quebec)||16.83||Alex Norca (FRA)||16.72||Garfield Anselm (FRA)||16.58|
|Shot put||Gheorghe Guset (ROM)||19.67 GR||Scott Cappos (CAN)||17.07||Rocky Vaitanaki (FRA)||16.83|
|Discus throw||Costel Grasu (ROM)||61.24 GR||Mickaël Conjungo (CAF)||60.40||Marcel Tîrle (ROM)||58.32|
|Hammer throw||Gilles Dupray (FRA)||74.94 GR||Frédéric Kuhn (FRA)||72.20||Walter Ciofani (FRA)||71.72|
|Javelin throw||Grégory Wiesner (SUI)||75.12 GR||Maher Ridane (TUN)||70.72||Charlus Bertimon (FRA)||70.66|
|Decathlon||Christian Mandrou (CAN)||7766 pts||Cédric Lopez (FRA)||7709 pts||Jamel Bourmada (FRA)||7526 pts|
|100 metres||Patricia Girard (FRA)||11.46||Odiah Sidibé (FRA)||11.59||Lalao Ravaonirina (MAD)||11.67|
|200 metres||Stacy Bowen (CAN)||23.19||Delphine Combe (FRA)||23.35||Fabienne Ficher (FRA)||23.60|
|400 metres||Evelyne Elien (FRA)||52.58||Alimata Koné (CIV)||53.32||Marie-Line Scholent (FRA)||53.86|
|800 metres||Carmen Stanciu (ROM)||2:05.28||Séverine Foulon (FRA)||2:05.45||Alana Yakiwchuk (CAN)||2:05.56|
|1500 metres||Cristina Misaros (ROM)||4:21.20||Mélanie Choinière (Quebec)||4:21.56||Laurence Vivier (FRA)||4:21.95|
|3000 metres||Cristina Misaros (ROM)||9:02.09 GR||Laurence Duquénoy (FRA)||9:06.78||Courtney Babcock (CAN)||9:21.28|
|10,000 metres||Zahra Ouaziz (MAR)||34:04.64 GR||Lizanne Bussières (Quebec)||34:08.64||Carole Rouillard (Quebec)||34:43.96|
|Marathon||Cindy New (Quebec)||2:54:14||Sonia Agoun (TUN)||2:54:52||Isabelle Dittberner (CAN)||3:12:28|
|100 metres hurdles||Nicole Ramalalanirina (MAD)||13.17||Anne Piquereau (FRA)||13.18||Donalda Duprey (CAN)||13.27|
|400 metres hurdles||Donalda Duprey (CAN)||55.10 GR||Nezha Bidouane (MAR)||55.19||Marie Womplou (CIV)||56.39 NR|
|4 × 100 metres relay|| France (FRA)|
|43.65|| Canada (CAN)|
|45.09|| Madagascar (MAD)|
|4 × 400 metres relay|| Canada (CAN)|
|3:38.12|| Ivory Coast (CIV)|
Patricia Foufoué Ziga
|3:41.48|| Morocco (MAR)|
|10 km walk||Janice McCaffrey (CAN)||45:38.06 GR||Valérie Nadaud (FRA)||46:01.77||Pascale Grand (Quebec)||46:40.88|
|High jump||Monica Iagar (ROM)||1.89 GR||Isabelle Jeanne (FRA)||1.89||Lucienne N'Da (CIV)||1.87|
|Long jump||Nadine Caster (FRA)||6.58||Anastasia Mahob (FRA)||6.36||Sandrine Hennart (BEL)||6.09|
|Triple jump||Rodica Petrescu (ROM)||14.33||Sandrine Domain (FRA)||13.58||Valérie Guiyoule (FRA)||13.57|
|Shot put||Nathalie Ganguillet (SUI)||16.32 GR||Georgette Reed (CAN)||16.29||Annick Lefebvre (FRA)||15.46|
|Discus throw||Nicoleta Grasu (ROM)||60.80 GR||Manuela Tîrneci (ROM)||56.94||Agnès Teppe (FRA)||54.48|
|Javelin throw||Nathalie Teppe (FRA)||57.44 GR||Martine Bègue (FRA)||56.54||Valerie Tulloch (CAN)||55.94|
|Heptathlon||Kim Vanderhoek (CAN)||5641 pts GR||Véronique Villefayot (FRA)||5368 pts||Kendall Matheson (CAN)||5205 pts|
Host nation (France)
|12||Central African Republic||0||1||0||1|
|Totals (18 nations)||43||43||43||129|
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