2007 World Masters Athletics Championships

2007 World Masters Athletics Championships
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Dates4 - 15 September 2007
Host cityRiccione, Italy
VenueStadio Italo Nicoletti
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LevelMasters
TypeOutdoor
Participation8946 athletes from
97[1] nations
Official websiteArchived 2007-06-13 at the Wayback Machine
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2009

Coordinates: 44°00′09″N 12°38′20″E / 44.00247°N 12.63894°E / 44.00247; 12.63894 (Stadio Italo Nicoletti)

Stadio Comunale Santamonica
Stadio Comunale San Giovanni

2007 World Masters Athletics Championships is the seventeenth in a series of World Masters Athletics Outdoor Championships that took place in Riccione, Italy from 4 to 15 September 2007. [2]

The main venue was Stadio Italo Nicoletti. Supplemental venues included Stadio Comunale Santamonica in Misano Adriatico and Stadio Comunale San Giovanni in San Giovanni in Marignano. [3]

This Championships was organized by World Masters Athletics (WMA) in coordination with a Local Organising Committee (LOC): Lamberto Vacchi, Luca Verrascina and Francesco Arese.

The WMA is the global governing body of the sport of athletics for athletes 35 years of age or older, setting rules for masters athletics competition. [4]

In addition to a full range of track and field events, [5] [6] non-stadia events included 8K Cross Country, 10K Race Walk (women), 20K Race Walk (men), and Marathon.

Results

Past Championships results are archived at WMA. [7] Additional archives are available from British Masters Athletic Federation [8] as a searchable pdf, [9] from European Masters Athletics [10] as a searchable pdf [11] and from Museum of Masters Track & Field [12] as a searchable pdf. [13]

Masters world records set at this Championships are listed below.

Key:   Wind aided

Women

Event Athlete(s) Nationality Performance
W50 200 Meters Marie Lande Mathieu  PUR
W50 400 Meters Marie Lande Mathieu[1]  PUR
W60 80 Meters Hurdles Phil Raschker  USA
W65 80 Meters Hurdles Nadine O'Connor  USA
W75 80 Meters Hurdles Asta Larsson  SWE
W65 Triple Jump Edith Graff  BEL
W70 Triple Jump Christiane Schmalbruch  GER
W50 Discus Throw Carol Finsrud  USA
W75 Discus Throw Ingeborg Pfuller  ARG

Men

Event Athlete(s) Nationality Performance
M90 100 Meters Frederico Fischer  BRA
M90 200 Meters Frederico Fischer  BRA
M95 200 Meters Friederich Mahlo[1]  GER
48.69
M70 300 Meters Hurdles Tor Trondset  SWE
M55 4 x 100 Meters Relay Walwyn Franklyn, Geoff Walcott, Alasdair Ross, Viv Oliver[1][13]: 435   GBR
46.16
M60 Hammer Throw Boris Zaychuk[9]: 290 [14]  CAN
M50 Javelin Throw Luis Nogueira Fernandez  ESP
M90 Shot Put Frederico Fischer  BRA

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Outdoor". World Masters Athletics.
  2. ^ "2007 World Masters Athletics Championships". USA Track and Field.
  3. ^ "Masters_orari_gare" (PDF). Riccione 2007. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 July 2003. Retrieved 2022-02-22.
  4. ^ "Competition Rules". World Masters Athletics. Retrieved 2021-12-27.
  5. ^ Martin Gasselsberger. "WMA World Masters Athletics RULES OF COMPETITION". Masters Athletics.
  6. ^ "World Masters Athletic Championships". Wellington Masters Athletics.
  7. ^ "Championships Outdoor". World Masters Athletics. February 3, 2020.
  8. ^ "(WMACS) World Masters Athletics Championships Stadia". British Masters Athletic Federation.
  9. ^ a b "wma2007tf" (PDF). British Masters Athletic Federation.
  10. ^ "Results". European Masters Athletics.
  11. ^ "WORLD MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS STADIA 2007 RICCIONE - MISANO - SAN GIOVANNI" (PDF). European Masters Athletics.
  12. ^ "Results: World Outdoor Championships, Other Internationals". Museum of Masters Track & Field.
  13. ^ a b "WORLD MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS STADIA 2007 RICCIONE - MISANO - SAN GIOVANNI" (PDF). Museum of Masters Track & Field.
  14. ^ Boris Zaychuk was spelled Boris ZAITCHOUK in the results

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