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Uchenna Emedolu

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Uchenna Emedolu (born 17 September 1976, in Adazi-Ani) is a retired Nigerian athlete who specialised in short-distance sprints, particularly the 100 metres and the 200 metres.[1] In 100 metres his personal best time is 9.97 seconds, achieved at the 2003 All-Africa Games where he finished second. This ranks him sixth in Nigeria, behind Olusoji Fasuba, Davidson Ezinwa, Olapade Adeniken, Francis Obikwelu and Deji Aliu.[2]

Emedolu participated in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics. In 2004 he achieved a semi-final place in the individual 100 metres. Together with Olusoji Fasuba, Aaron Egbele and Deji Aliu he won the bronze medal in the 4x100 metres relay. The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing were less successful. In the individual event he did only finish in fourth place in the first rounds heat 10.46 seconds and was eliminated. In the 4x100 metres relay he, together with Onyeabor Ngwogu, Obinna Metu and Chinedu Oriala did not finish the race in the heats due to a mistake.[1]


Personal bests

Event Date Venue Time (seconds)
60 metres 3 February 2002 Stuttgart, Germany 6.66
100 metres 12 October 2003 Abuja, Nigeria 9.97
200 metres 8 September 2002 Rieti, Italy 20.31
  • All information taken from IAAF Profile.[3]


  1. ^ a b Athlete biography: Uchenna Emedolu,, ret: 25 Aug 2008
  2. ^ Commonwealth All-Time Lists (Men) Archived 20 May 2007 at the Wayback Machine - GBR Athletics
  3. ^ "Emedolu, Uchenna biography". IAAF. Retrieved 5 February 2009.

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