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The 2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics is the sixth edition of the World Youth Championships in Athletics. They were held in Brixen, Italy from 8–12 July 2009. Athletes must be aged 16 or 17 on 31 December 2009 (born in 1992 or 1993) to compete.[1]

Contents

Results

Boys

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Prezel Hardy
 United States
10.57 Aaron Brown
 Canada
10.74 Giovanni Galbieri
 Italy
10.79
200 m Kirani James
 Grenada
21.05 PB Alberto Gavalda
 Spain
21.33 SB Keenan Brock
 United States
21.39
400 m Kirani James
 Grenada
45.24 CR WL PB Joshua Mance
 United States
46.22 PB Awadelkarim Elyas
 Sudan
47.15 SB
800 m Johan Rogestedt
 Sweden
1:50.92 PB Peter Langat Kiplangat
 Kenya
1:50.97 Nicholas Kiplangat Kipkoech
 Kenya
1:51.01
1500 m Gideon Kiage Mageka
 Kenya
3:37.36 WL Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku
 Kenya
3:38.42 Girma Bekele
 Ethiopia
3:39.88 PB
3000 m Isaac Kiplagat Koech
 Kenya
7:51.51 CR David Kiprotich Bett
 Kenya
7:52.13 PB Goitom Kifle
 Eritrea
8:05.83 PB
2000 m st. Hillary Kipsang Yego
 Kenya
5:25.33 WL Peter Kibet Lagat
 Kenya
5:26.59 PB Desta Alemu
 Ethiopia
5:37.32 PB
110 m H 91.4 cm Dale Morgan
 United States
13.28 WL Jack Meredith
 Great Britain
13.33 PB Gregory MacNeil
 Canada
13.51
400 m H 84.0 cm Norge Sotomayor
 Cuba
51.30 WL Jeremiah Kipkorir Mutai
 Kenya
51.45 PB Jose Reynaldo Bencosme de Leon
 Italy
51.74
10,000 m track walk Hagen Pohle
 Germany
41:35.99 CR WL PB Dementiy Cheparev
 Russia
41:53.76 PB Ihor Lyashchenko
 Ukraine
42:01.90 PB
Medley relay  United States 1:50.33 WR (Youth)  Brazil 1:52.66 SB  Japan 1:52.82 SB
High jump Dmitriy Kroyter
 Israel
2.20 Janick Klausen
 Denmark
2.20 PB Django Lovett
 Canada
Daniil Tsyplakov
 Russia
2.17 PB

2.17 PB
Pole vault Min-Sub Jin
 South Korea
5.15 PB Carlo Paech
 Germany
5.10 Daniel Clemens
 Germany
5.10
Long jump Supanara S. N. A.
 Thailand
7.65 PB Stefan Brits
 South Africa
7.57 Yannick Roggatz
 Germany
7.53 PB
In winning the long jump, Supanara Suksawasti Na Ayutaya (S. N. A.) became Thailand’s first ever finalist, medallist and champion in an athletics global event of any age category. He is a descendent of King Rama IV.[2]
Triple jump Benjamin Williams
 Great Britain
15.91 PB Supanara S. N. A.
 Thailand
15.70 PB Aleksandr Yurchenko
 Russia
15.66 PB
Shot put 5 kg Ryan Crouser
 United States
21.56 CR Krzysztof Brzozowski
 Poland
20.89 PB Frans Schutte
 South Africa
20.37 PB
Discus 1.500 kg Hamid Manssour
 Syria
64.20 Ryan Crouser
 United States
61.64 Traves Smikle
 Jamaica
61.22 PB
Hammer 5 kg Hongqiu Chen
 China
74.93 WL PB Suhrob Khodjaev
 Tajikistan
73.29 PB Tomas Kruzliak
 Slovakia
72.17
Javelin 700g Shih-Feng Huang
 Chinese Taipei
74.00 Killian Durechou
 France
73.54 Braian Toledo
 Argentina
73.44 PB
Octathlon Kevin Mayer
 France
6478 WL Mohd Ahmed Al-Mannai
 Qatar
6232 PB Steffen Klink
 Germany
6217 PB

AR Area record | CR championship record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB/PR personal best/record | SB seasonal best | WL world leading (in a given season) | WR world record

Girls

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Jodie Williams
 Great Britain
11.39 WL PB Allison Peter
 U.S. Virgin Islands
11.47 PB Ashton Purvis
 United States
11.48 SB
15-year-old Jodie Williams takes the 100 m sprint title in a youth world leading time of 11.39. This is also a personal best for Williams. Williams has not lost a 100 m final since 2007.[3]
200 m Jodie Williams
 Great Britain
23.08 WL Allison Peter
 U.S. Virgin Islands
23.08 WL Ashton Purvis
 United States
23.15 PB
400 m Ebony Eutsey
 United States
52.88 Michelle Brown
 United States
53.44 Sandra Wagner
 Sweden
53.52 PB
800 m Cherono Koech
 Kenya
2:01.67 CR Ciara Mageean
 Ireland
2:03.07 PB Rowena Cole
 Great Britain
2:03.83 PB
1500 m Nelly Chebet Ngeiywo
 Kenya
4:12.76 PB Gete Dima
 Ethiopia
4:15.16 Amela Terzic
 Serbia
4:16.71 PB
3000 m Purity Cherotich Rionoripo
 Kenya
9:03.79 Jackline Chepngeno
 Kenya
9:05.93 PB Genet Yalew
 Ethiopia
9:08.95 PB
2000 m st. Korahubsh Itaa
 Ethiopia
6:11.83 WYR Lucia Kamene Muangi
 Kenya
6:11.90 PB Halima Hassen
 Ethiopia
6:16.83 PB
100 m H 76.2 cm Isabelle Pedersen
 Norway
13.23 Kori Carter
 United States
13.26 PB Bridgette Owens
 United States
13.39 PB
With this win, 17-year-old Isabelle Pedersen became Norway’s first ever World Youth champion. Her time of 13.20 in the semi finals was a national record and third all-time Youth best.[4]
400 m H Vera Rudakova
 Russia
57.83 WL Danielle Dowie
 Jamaica
58.62 Deborah Rodriguez
 Uruguay
59.71 PB
5,000 m track walk Elena Lashmanova
 Russia
22:55.45 WL Yanelli Caballero
 Mexico
22:59.27 PB Svetlana Vasilyeva (athlete)
 Russia
23:00.15 PB
Medley relay  United States 2:04.32 WL  Hungary 2:09.22 PB  Romania 2:09.25 PB
High jump Alessia Trost
 Italy
1.87 Marina Kuchina
 Russia
Amy Pejkovic
 Australia
1.85 PB
 
1.85 PB
The 6'2", 16-year-old Italian is Italy’s first ever World Youth champion.[5]
Pole vault Angelica Bengtsson
 Sweden
4.32 WL Michaela Meijer
 Sweden
4.10 Felicia Horvath
 Hungary
Tatyana Stetsyuk
Russia
4.00 PB

4.00 PB
Long jump Minjia Lu
 China
6.22 Alina Rotaru
 Romania
6.09 Jennifer Clayton
 United States
6.05
Triple jump Yana Borodina
 Russia
13.63 WL Lina Deng
 China
13.57 PB Valeriya Kanatova
 Uzbekistan
13.45
Shot put Lena Urbaniak
 Germany
15.28 Margaret Satupai
 Samoa
14.96 SB Yangzi Dong
 China
14.65 PB
Discus Shanshan Li
 China
51.65 Alex Collatz
 United States
50.09 Shanice Craft
 Germany
49.15
Hammer Barbara Spiler
 Slovenia
59.33 Kivilcim Kaya
 Turkey
57.91 SB Bianca Lazar Fazecas
 Romania
56.41 PB
Javelin Anastasiya Svechnikova
 Uzbekistan
53.25 SB You Wu
 China
52.04 PB Laura Henkel
 Germany
51.47 PB
Heptathlon Katarina Thompson
 Great Britain
5750 WL Laura Ikauniece
 Latvia
5647 PB Kira Biesenbach
 Germany
5423 PB

AR Area record | CR championship record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB/PR personal best/record | SB seasonal best | WL world leading (in a given season) | WR world record

Medals table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Kenya (KEN) 6 7 1 14
2  United States (USA) 6 5 5 16
3  Great Britain (GBR) 4 1 1 6
4  Russia (RUS) 3 2 4 9
5  China (CHN) 3 2 1 6
6  Germany (GER) 2 1 6 9
7  Sweden (SWE) 2 1 1 4
8  Grenada (GRN) 2 0 0 2
9  Ethiopia (ETH) 1 1 4 6
10  France (FRA) 1 1 0 1
10  Thailand (THA) 1 1 0 2
12  Italy (ITA) 1 0 2 3
13  Uzbekistan (UZB) 1 0 1 1
14  Cuba (CUB) 1 0 0 1
14  Israel (ISR) 1 0 0 1
14  South Korea (KOR) 1 0 0 1
14  Norway (NOR) 1 0 0 1
14  Slovenia (SLO) 1 0 0 1
14  Syria (SYR) 1 0 0 1
14  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 1 0 0 1
21  U.S. Virgin Islands (ISV) 0 2 0 2
22  Canada (CAN) 0 1 2 3
22  Romania (ROU) 0 1 2 3
24  Hungary (HUN) 0 1 1 2
24  Jamaica (JAM) 0 1 1 2
24  South Africa (RSA) 0 1 1 2
27  Australia (AUS) 0 1 0 1
27  Brazil (BRA) 0 1 0 1
27  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 0 1
27  Ireland (IRL) 0 1 0 1
27  Latvia (LAT) 0 1 0 1
27  Mexico (MEX) 0 1 0 1
27  Poland (POL) 0 1 0 1
27  Qatar (QAT) 0 1 0 1
27  Samoa (SAM) 0 1 0 1
27  Spain (ESP) 0 1 0 1
27  Tajikistan (TJK) 0 1 0 1
27  Turkey (TUR) 0 1 0 1
39  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 1 1
39  Eritrea (ERI) 0 0 1 1
39  Japan (JPN) 0 0 1 1
39  Serbia (SRB) 0 0 1 1
39  Slovakia (SVK) 0 0 1 1
39  Sudan (SUD) 0 0 1 1
39  Ukraine (UKR) 0 0 1 1
39  Uruguay (URU) 0 0 1 1

All Information taken from IAAF's website.[6]

References

  1. ^ IAAF, May 5, 2009: More than 170 nations to compete in Sϋdtirol – 2009 World Youth Champs. Accessed 2009-07-11. Archived 2009-09-08.
  2. ^ "Descendent of the Royal family grabs Thailand's first ever World gold medal". IAAF. 2009-07-10. http://www.iaaf.org/WYC09/news/newsid=51804.html. Retrieved 2009-07-10.  
  3. ^ "15-year-old Jodie Williams takes sprint titles". IAAF. 2009-07-09. Archived from the original on 2009-09-08. http://www.webcitation.org/5je8BcIcs. Retrieved 2009-07-10.  
  4. ^ "World Youth gold is more than a dream come true for Pedersen". IAAF. 2009-07-09. Archived from the original on 2009-09-08. http://www.webcitation.org/5je8Azjm9. Retrieved 2009-07-10.  
  5. ^ "Golden jump for Italy's Alessia Trost". IAAF. 2009-07-10. Archived from the original on 2009-09-08. http://www.webcitation.org/5je8BykbZ. Retrieved 2009-07-11.  
  6. ^ 2009 World Youth medal table [1] . Accessed 2009-07-11. Archived 2009-09-08.

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