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Ethiopia claimed third place in the overall medal standings in the first-ever African Youth Athletics Championships. Athletes between the ages of 15 to 17 participated in the event held in the Nigerian city of Warri. In the four-day event, 33 nations took part, out of which 16 returned home with medals with the host nation topping the table and dominating the sprint disciplines.
It was Egypt which dominated the medal table, from day one until the last day, when the sprinters from the host nation appeared unbeatable in almost all sprint events. The Championships’ most celebrated athlete, Nigerian Deborah Adewumi, collected three gold medals in the Girls 100m (11:87), 200m (24:13) and 200m relay events. Her compatriot, the fastest boy of the event, Divine Oduduru, won the same events as Adewumi except for the Boys relay event. Oduduru clocked 10:62 in the 100m and 21:56 in 200 meter events. Nigeria won 13 gold, 10 silver and 12 bronze for a total of 35 medals to sit at the top of the medal table, while Egypt, mostly dominating the weight and throw events, stood second with 8 gold, 6 silver and 2 bronze, with a total of 25 medals. 25 medals gave Ethiopia third place with 6 gold, 13 silver and 6 bronze, followed by Kenya, which settled for fourth with five gold, four silver and two bronze, receiving a total of eleven medals. Gemechu Tamiru and Ubang Ubang brought the first-ever gold medals to Ethiopia in the Boys’ Javelin and High jump, respectively, while Tsige G/Tsadik and Dureti Edya each brought gold medals in the 5km Walk and 1,500 meter races, respectively. In one of the Championship’s highlights, a showdown in the Girls’ 800 meters, Ethiopia dominated with Zeituna Mohammed receiving the gold and compatriot Olti Durets taking silver. Gambia, Eritrea, Morocco, Uganda, Burkina Faso, Namibia, Mauritius, Benin, Zimbabwe, Togo and Mozambique are the only nations in the medal table. Mauritius will stage the second Championships in 2015.