World Athletics Championships

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Dean Capobianco - Results - World Athletics Championships
... Venue Event Place Time 1999 World Championships in Athletics, Seville, Spain 200 m - Men Heats 21.48 1995 World Championships in Athletics, Gothenburg, Sweden 200 m - Men 5th 20.88 1993 World ...
Markus Ryffel
... He also won a silver medal at the 1978 European Championships in Athletics, sharing it with the Soviet Union's Alexander Fedotkin they both lost just one-tenth of a second ... Between these two major championships medals, Ryffel had a rather varying success as a 5,000-metre runner ... He ran significantly worse in the 1982 European Athletics Championships in Athens and in the 1983 World Athletics Championships in Helsinki, Finland, placing only tenth and twelfth, respectively (see, for example, "Th ...
Stéphan Buckland - All Achievements in Athletics
... Year Meeting Venue Result Event Time 1994 5th IAAF World Junior Athletics Championships Lisbon, Portugal 8th 200m Heat 22.26 1995 2nd African Junior Athletics Championships Bouake ...
Stéphan Buckland - Biography
... Herve Stephan, he has progressed to be ready in participating in many international world class track and field meetings ... eventually achieved the qualifying standards to enter the 100m event at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Sevilla, Spain ... At these Championships, he reached the quarterfinals by finishing fifth in 10.39 ...
Radford University - Athletics
... won the Big South Conference Men's Tennis Championship in 2007, 2008 and 2009 as well as the Big South Softball Championship in 2009 ... Radford men's Rugby club team won the Division II National Championship in 2003 and 2008 ... They are the only athletic team, club or NCAA team at RU to have won a National Championship in their sport ...

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