Athletics at the 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games

Athletics were contested at the 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games in Mecca, Saudi Arabia from April 12 to April 16, 2005.

Athletics at the 1st
Islamic Solidarity Games
Host cityMecca,
Saudi Arabia
Date(s)April 12–16, 2005
Main stadiumKing Abdul Aziz Stadium
LevelSenior
Events23

Medal summary

For full event details see Athletics at the 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games – Results
Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Salem Mubarak Al-Yami
 Saudi Arabia
10.21 Idrissa Sanou
 Burkina Faso
10.27 Jamal Al-Saffar
 Saudi Arabia
10.36
200 m Hamed Hamadan Al-Bishi
 Saudi Arabia
20.72 Joseph Batangdon
 Cameroon
20.73 Oumar Loum
 Senegal
21.10
400 m Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr
 Sudan
44.93 Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi
 Saudi Arabia
45.57 Abdellatif El Ghazaoui
 Morocco
46.57
800 m Amine Laâlou
 Morocco
1:45.96 Mohammed Al-Salhi
 Saudi Arabia
1:46.19 Ismail Ahmed Ismail
 Sudan
1:47.20
1500 m Tarek Boukensa
 Algeria
3:47.01 Youssef Baba
 Morocco
3:47.61 Antar Zerguelaïne
 Algeria
3:47.90
5000 m Adil Kaouch
 Morocco
14:11.25 Khoudir Aggoune
 Algeria
14:11.32 Samir Moussaoui
 Algeria
14:12.84
10,000 m Khalid El Aamri
 Morocco
28:40.33 Moukheld Al-Outaibi
 Saudi Arabia
28:41.81 Boniface Kiprop
 Uganda
28:46.27
Marathon Zäid Laâroussi
 Morocco
2:16:28 Saïd Belhout
 Algeria
2:21:16 Nasser Bilal Haj
 Sudan
2:23:01
110 m h Mubarak Ata Mubarak
 Saudi Arabia
13.70 Todd Matthews-Jouda
 Sudan
13.79 Rouhollah Askari
 Iran
13.92
400 m h Ibrahim Al-Hamaidi
 Saudi Arabia
49.55 Hadi Soua'an Al-Somaily
 Saudi Arabia
50.78 Abderrahmane Hammadi
 Algeria
50.91
3000 m st. Merzak Ould Bouchiba
 Algeria
8:50.84 Yousif Idriss Musa
 Sudan
8:54.15 Imed Zaidi
 Tunisia
8:56.62
20 km walk Hassanine Sebei
 Tunisia
1:30:48 Moussa Aouanouk
 Algeria
1:32:41 Mohd Sharrulhaizy Abdul Rahman
 Malaysia
1:35:57
4 x 100 m  Saudi Arabia39.80  Oman40.13  Ivory Coast40.87
4 x 400 m  Saudi Arabia3:04.35  Sudan3:08.81  Morocco3:09.13
High jump Omar Moussa Al-Masrahi
 Saudi Arabia
2.20m Ahmed Farouk Abdel Zaher
 Egypt
2.17m Boubacar Séré
 Burkina Faso
2.14m
Pole vault Mohamed Karbib
 Morocco
5.20m Ali Al-Sabbaghah
 Kuwait
5.10m Mohammad Mohsen Rabbani
 Iran
5.10m
Long jump Mohamed Al-Khuwalidi
 Saudi Arabia
8.44m Issam Nima
 Algeria
8.11m Ndiss Kaba Badji
 Senegal
8.02m
Triple jump Mohammed Hazouri
 Syria
16.39m Ndiss Kaba Badji
 Senegal
16.34m Hamza Menina
 Algeria
16.03m
Shot put Sultan Al-Hebshi
 Saudi Arabia
18.97m Amin Nikfar
 Iran
18.73m Mehdi Shahrokhi
 Iran
18.27m
Discus Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly
 Egypt
59.89m Sultan Al-Dawoodi
 Saudi Arabia
59.00m Ehsan Haddadi
 Iran
58.66m
Hammer Dilshod Nazarov
 Tajikistan
76.98m Ali Al-Zinkawi
 Kuwait
75.96m Saber Souid
 Tunisia
71.36m
Javelin Ayoub Arokhi
 Iran
70.66m Firas Al Mahamid
 Syria
65.26m Wisam Shahal Al-Khizai
 Iraq
64.56m
Decathlon Moulay Rachid Alaoui Hakim
 Morocco
7010 pts Mourad Souissi
 Algeria
6866 pts Redouane Youcef
 Algeria
6817 pts

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Saudi Arabia95115
2 Morocco6129
3 Algeria25512
4 Sudan1326
5 Iran1146
6 Egypt1102
 Syria1102
8 Tunisia1023
9 Tajikistan1001
10 Kuwait0202
11 Senegal0123
12 Burkina Faso0112
13 Cameroon0101
 Oman0101
15 Iraq0011
 Ivory Coast0011
 Malaysia0011
 Uganda0011
Totals (18 nations)23232369

References

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