Hugues Fabrice ZANGO

Hugues Fabrice ZANGO - Burkino Faso - Bronze triple jump medal at 2019 World Championships.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 30 September 2019

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 25 June 1993
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
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  • Burkino Faso
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Hugues Fabrice ZANGO - Burkino Faso - Bronze triple jump medal at 2019 World Championships.

Hugues Fabrice Zango pictured during the final in which he came

third to win the bronze medal. He was the 2018 African Champion

and in Doha set a new African record with his sixth and final jump,

to snatch the medal from Pichardo

 

2019 World Athletics Championships Doha, Qatar.

Final Men's triple jump.

 

 1.  Christian Taylor  
  United States  17.92 
 SB
   
 2.  Will Claye   United States  17.74      
 3.  Hugues Fabrice Zango 
  Burkina Faso   17.66  AR    
 4.  Pedro Pablo Pichardo   Portuga  17.62  SB    
 5.  Cristian Nápoles   Cuba  17.38  PB    
 6.  Donald Scott   United States  17.17      
 7.  Alexis Copello  Azerbaijan  17.10      
 8.  Jordan Díaz  Cuba  17.06      

 

2020 Olympic Games Tokyo. (2021)

Final Men's triple jump.

 

 1.  Pedro Pablo Pichardo   
 Portugal 17.98
  NR
   
 2.  Zhu Yaming  China 17.57   PB
   
 3.  Hugues Fabrice Zango    Burkina Faso  17.47

   
 4.  Will Claye  United States 17.44
   
 5.  Yasser Triki  Algeria 17.43  NR
   
 6.  Necati Er
 Turkey  17.25
   
 7.
 Donald Scott  United States   17.18

   
 8.  Fang Yaoqing  China 17.01

   

 

2022 World Athletics Championship. Oregon, U.S.A.

Final men's triple jump.


1. 
Pedro Pichardo   Portugal (POR) 
17.95*   WL  



2. 
Hugues Fabrice Zango   Burkina Faso (BUR) 
17.55* SB



3.
Zhu Yaming China (CHN) 17.31 SB



4.
Andrea Dallavalle Italy (ITA 17.25*
(17.35 PB in 2021)


5.
Emmanuel Ihemeje Italy (ITA) 17.17



6.
Donald Scott United States (USA)   17.14*
(17.43 PB in 2019)


7.
Almir dos Santos Brazil (BRA) 16.87
(17.53 PB in 2019)


8. Jean-Marc Pontvianne France (FRA) 16.86








*opening jumps