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2015 World Youth Championships in Athletics

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The 2015 World Youth Championships in Athletics was the ninth edition of the biennial international athletics competition for youth (under-18) athletes. The five-day competition took place between 15–19 July at the Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero stadium in Cali, Colombia.[1][2]

Medal summary

The host stadium in Cali

Boys

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown
 Japan
10.28
CR
Derick Silva
 Brazil
10.49 Rechmial Miller
 Great Britain
10.59
200 metres
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown
 Japan
20.34
CR
Kyle Appel
 South Africa
20.57
PB
Josephus Lyles
 United States
20.74
PB
400 metres
Christopher Taylor
45.27
WYL
Josephus Lyles
 United States
45.46
PB
Keshun Reed
 United States
45.96
800 metres
Willy Kiplimo Tarbei
 Kenya
1:45.58 Kipyegon Bett
1:45.86 Luis Fernando Pires
1:48.61
PB
1500 metres
Kumari Taki
 Kenya
3:36.38
CR
Mulugeta Assefa
 Ethiopia
3:41.10
PB
Lawi Kosgei
 Kenya
3:41.43
3000 metres
Richard Yator Kimunyan
 Kenya
7:54.45 Davis Kiplangat
 Kenya
7:54.52 Tefera Mosisa
7:55.04
PB
110 metres hurdles
Mattéo Ngo
 France
13.53
PB
Joseph Daniels
 Canada
13.54 Isaiah Lucas
 United States
13.54
400 metres hurdles
Norman Grimes
 United States
49.11
WYL
Ryusei Fujii
 Japan
50.33
PB
Masaki Toyoda
 Japan
50.53
PB
2000 metres steeplechase
Vincent Kipyegon Ruto
 Kenya
5:27.58 Wogene Sebisibe
 Ethiopia
5:29.41
PB
Geofrey Rotich
 Kenya
5:30.16
PB
10,000 metres walk
Sergey Shirobokov
 Russia
42.24.41 Zhang Jun
 China
42.33.68
PB
Federico Gonzalez
42.54.55
High jump
Stefano Sottile
 Italy
2.20
WYL
Dmytro Nikitin
 Ukraine
2.18
PB
Darius Carbin
 United States
2.16
PB
Long jump
Maykel Demetrio Massó
8.05
CR
Darcy Roper
8.01PB Eberson Silva
7.76PB
Triple jump
Cristian Atanay Nápoles
16.13 Du Mingze
16.02
PB
Julio César Carbonell
15.70
Shot put
Adrian Piperi
22.00
WYL
Szymon Mazur
21.77
PB
Wictor Petersson
21.56
PB
Discus throw
Werner Visser
64.24 Wang Yuhan
60.33
PB
George Evans
60.22
Hammer throw
Hlib Piskunov
84.91
CR
Mykhailo Havryliuk
78.93
PB
Ned Weatherly
77.60
Javelin throw
Paul Jacobus Botha
78.49
PB
Niklas Kaul
78.05 Vladislav Palyunin
76.77
Pole vault
Armand Duplantis
5.30
CR
Vladyslav Malykhin
5.30
CR
Emmanouil Karalis
5.20
Decathlon
Niklas Kaul
8002
CR
Ludovic Besson
7678
PB
Hans-Christian Hausenberg
7657

Girls

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
Candace Hill
11.08
CR
Khalifa St.Fort
11.19
PB
Jayla Kirkland
11.41
PB
200 metres
Candace Hill
22.43
WYB
Lauren Rain Williams
22.90
PB
Nicola De Bruyn
23.38
PB
400 metres
Salwa Eid Naser
51.50
WYL
Lynna Irby
51.79
PB
Catherine Reid
52.25
PB
800 metres
Samantha Watson
2:03.54
PB
Gadese Ejara
2:03.67
PB
Marta Zenoni
2:04.15
1500 metres
Bedatu Hirpa
4:12.92
WYL
Dalila Abdulkadir Gosa
4:13.35
PB
Joyline Cherotich
4:15.20
PB
3000 metres
Shuru Bulo
9:01.12
WYL
Emily Chebet Kipchumba
9:02.92
PB
Sheila Chelangat
9:04.54
PB
100 metres hurdles
Maribel Vanessa Caicedo
13.04
PB
Brittley Humphrey
13.22
PB
Sarah Koutouan
13.29
400 metres hurdles
Sydney McLaughlin
55.94
CR
Xahria Santiago
56.79
PB
Brandeé Johnson
57.47
PB
2000 metres steeplechase
Celliphine Chepteek Chespol
6:17.15
PB
Sandrafelis Chebet Tuei
6:19.61 Agrie Belachew
6:34.68
5000 metres walk
Ma Zhenxia
22:41.08
SB
Olga Eliseeva
22:45.09 Ayalnesh Dejene
22:48.25
PB
High jump
Michaela Hrubá
1.90 Ieva Turke
1.82
PB
Lada Pejchalová
1.82
Long jump
Tara Davis
6.41
PB
Kaiza Karlén
6.24
PB
Maja Bedrac
6.22
Triple jump
Georgiana Iuliana Anitei
13.49
WYL
Zeng Rui
13.04
PB
Yanna Anay Armenteros
13.04
Shot put
Julia Ritter
18.53
PB
Sophia Rivera
17.93 Kristina Rakocevic
17.49
Discus throw
Alexandra Emilianov
52.78
PB
Kristina Rakocevic
51.41 Samantha Peace
50.59
PB
Hammer throw
Sofiya Palkina
67.82 Deniz Yaylaci
67.01
PB
Shang Ningyu
66.84
PB
Javelin throw
Hakura Kitaguchi
60.35
PB
Stella Weinberg
57.11
PB
Laine Donane
56.15
Pole vault
Elienor Werner
4.26
WYL
Phillipa Hajdasz
4.05
PB
Not awarded
Chen Qiaoling
Heptathlon
Géraldine Ruckstuhl
6037
CR
Sarah Lagger
5992 Alina Shukh
5896

Mixed

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed 4 × 400 metres relay

Keshun Reed
Lynna Irby
Norman Grimes
Samantha Watson
3:19.54
André Nicholas Marich
Renate Van Tonder
Taylon Bieldt
Kyle Appel
3:23.60
Nathan Friginette
Ashlan Best
Dean Ellenwood
Kyra Constantine
3:23.60

Medal table

      Host nation
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 8 5 6 19
2 5 4 4 13
3 3 1 1 5
4 2 3 3 8
5 2 2 1 5
6 2 1 1 4
7 2 1 0 3
2 1 0 3
9 2 0 2 4
10 1 5 1 7
11 1 3 1 5
12 1 1 1 3
13 1 1 0 1
14 1 0 1 2
1 0 1 2
16 1 0 0 1
1 0 0 1
1 0 0 1
1 0 0 1
1 0 0 1
21 0 2 2 4
22 0 2 1 3
23 0 1 2 3
24 0 1 1 2
0 1 1 2
26 0 1 0 1
0 1 0 1
0 1 0 1
0 1 0 1
0 1 0 1
31 0 0 3 3
32 0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
37 0 0 0 0
Total 39 40 38 117

References

External links

  • Official 2015 World Youth Championships website at IAAF
  • Official website
  • Official statistics handbook
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