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Brazil at the World Athletics Championships

Brazil at the
World Championships in Athletics
Flag of Brazil.svg
IAAF codeBRA
National federationBrazilian Athletics Confederation
Websitewww.cbat.org.br
Medals
Ranked 53rd
Gold
1
Silver
6
Bronze
6
Total
13
World Championships in Athletics appearances (overview)
2019

Brazil has participated in all the World Championships in Athletics since the beginning in 1983. Brazil is 52nd on the all time medal table. Brazil's first World Championships medal was won by Joaquim Cruz in the Men's 800 metres in 1983. He won the bronze. Fabiana Murer won Brazil's first gold medal and the first woman's medal in the pole vault in 2011. Claudinei Quirino has the most medals with three (one silver and two bronze).

Medalists

Medal Name Year Event
 Bronze Joaquim Cruz 1983 Helsinki Men's 800 metres
 Bronze Zequinha Barbosa 1987 Rome Men's 800 metres
 Silver Zequinha Barbosa 1991 Tokyo Men's 800 metres
 Bronze Luíz Antônio dos Santos 1995 Gothenburg Men's marathon
 Bronze Claudinei Quirino 1997 Athens Men's 200 metres
 Silver Claudinei Quirino 1999 Seville Men's 200 metres
 Silver Sanderlei Parrela 1999 Seville Men's 400 metres
 Bronze André Domingos, Claudinei Quirino, Édson Luciano Ribeiro, Raphael de Oliveira 1999 Seville Men's 4 × 100 metres relay
 Silver André Domingos, Cláudio Roberto Souza, Édson Luciano Ribeiro, Vicente Lenílson 2003 Saint-Denis Men's 4 × 100 metres relay
 Silver Jadel Gregório 2007 Osaka Men's triple jump
 Gold Fabiana Murer 2011 Daegu Women's pole vault
 Silver Fabiana Murer 2015 Beijing Women's pole vault
 Bronze Caio Bonfim 2017 London Men's 20 km walk

Source:[1]

Medal tables

Doping disqualifications

Athlete Sex Event Year(s) Result Notes
Leonardo dos Santos Men Triple jump 2009 20th (q)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Medalhas do Brasil" (PDF). CBAt (in Portuguese). Retrieved September 10, 2015.