Athletics – 200 meters


1.) Xie Zhenye – China (CHN)


This young man sets the record as the first athlete to grab the 1st placer in 200 meters sprint in the Youth olympics, Singapore.

born August 17, 1993 in Shaoxing County, Zhejiang) is a Chinese track and field sprint athlete who competes in the 200-meter dash events. He is the Chinese record holder for the 200 m indoors and outdoors.


2.) Keisuke Homma -Japan (JPN)

2010 Youth Olympics

Keisuke Homma took silver in the boys’ 200 m along with his fellow japanese contingent Masaki Nashimoto in the 100 meters event.

Homma led through the curve but could not quite hold off China’s Zhenye Xie, who won by a margin of just 0.05.

Keisuke Homma is one of the leading Asian challenge sprinter, as he had displayed impressive results during and before 2010 youth olympics.

3. ) Patrick Domogala -Germany (GER)


Patrick Domogala came across the school at age eleven, he attended a school competition. His talent was immediate, two weeks later, he had a letter in his mailbox with an invitation to a trial at the MTG Mannheim. Patrick Domogala answered the call and quickly found favor at the Olympic sport.

Despite the relatively small quantity of training, Patrick Domogala has catapulted this year in the 200 meters to the top of the German Youth list. Consequence of a very good running technique. “Patrick’s great strength is its stride and its frequency.

Over the years, Patrick Domogala has, he showed again impressive results. Although he only loosely trained for the German Youth.


1.) Nkiruka Florence Nwakwe-Nigeria (NGR)


The girl’s 200m heats were all run in relatively modest times, with only Nigeria’s Nkiruka Florence Nwakwe under 24 seconds.

Nigerian girls swept the short sprints as Nkiruka Florence Nwakwe simply dominated the girl’s 200m. Despite waving to the fans with several metres to go, Nwakwe set a PB of 23.46 and join 100m runner Josephine Ada Omaka on the top step of the medal podium.


2.) Tynia Gaither-Bahamas (BAH)


Tynia Gaither won the silver medal in the 200m.?Tynia Gaither, who was under Cleare at UGA , is now a junior runner for the University of Southern California (USC), and has been running extremely well for the Trojans. She had a big impact on the Trojans’ program in her first season, earning three outdoor and one indoor All-America honor.

3.) Olivia Ekpone -United States (USA)


She originated from Nigeria, their family migrated to the USA and now representing the country USA, she won 3rd and the bronze medal together with the champion fellow Nigerian Nkiruka Florence Nwakwe.



Athletics – 100 meters

Boys’ 100 m

1. ) Odane Skeen- Jamaica (JAM)


Odean Skeen sees himself as being better now, at age 17, than triple Olympic Gold medallist and world record holder Usain Bolt was, at the same age. Skeen is an Olympic gold medallist in his own right, having won double gold at the inaugural 2010 Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore.

Skeen had a tremendous 2010 season, as in addition to the Youth Olympics title, he scored victories at the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association /GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships, the Central American and Caribbean Junior Championship and the Carifta Games.

2.) Masaki Nashimoto – Japan (JPN)

2010 Youth Olympics