Abdalelah Haroun Net Worth
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1 January 1997
|Net Worth:||$1.5 Million|
|Age:||24 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days|
Abdalelah Haroun Died
Qatari sprinter Abdalelah Haroun, a bronze medalist in the 400 meters at the 2017 World Athletics Championships, died this Saturday in a traffic accident at the age of 24, the Qatari Federation announced.
“Haroun died in a car accident in Doha,” the federation’s secretary general, Mohammed Issa al-Fadala, told AFP.
“He was on a recovery program after injury to try to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics,” he added.
Haroun, of Sudanese origin, was nationalized from Qatar and represented the emirate for the first time in 2015.
Two years later he won the bronze medal in the 400 meters at the World Athletics Championships in London, behind the South African Wayde van Niekerk and the Bahamian Steven Gardiner. He also took silver at the 2016 Indoor World Cups in Portland and gold at the 2018 Asian Games.
Haroun was born in Sudan. At a young age, he was recruited by Qatar for athletics.
In 2014 Haroun raced with the Doha Rally, part of the Diamond League a time of 45.74 s in the 400m, which meant an Asian B junior record.
In 2015, Haroun made his indoor debut with Globen Galan Sweden. He did it in a commendable way by running the third-time juniors, 45.39. This time it was also an Asian indoor record for juniors and seniors. In the outdoor season, Haroun improved further: in April he raced to victory in the Arab championships with a national record of 44.68. A month and a half later, he raced at the same time in the Asian Championships, which was once again enough for the victory. Hassoun was also part of the 4 x 400m Relay at the Asian Championships. He ran a time of 3.02.50 with the rest of the team, which was both a national record and a championship record.
Haroun walked his fastest 400m of 2015 during the Résisprint International Athletics Meeting in La Caux-de-Fonds (Switzerland). His time of 44.27 was good for an Asian record. A few months later he lost this record to Yousef Masrahi.
In Haroun’s second indoor season, the sprinter covered 500m in the Globen Galan in a time of 59.83, which was only a hundredth of a second above the unofficial world record. In 2016 Haroun also participated in the Portland Indoor World Championships. He deserved a second place here, behind Pavel Maslák, in a time of 45.59.
In 2016 Haroun won the 400m in the junior world championships in a time of 44.81.
- Asian champion 400 m – 2015
- Asian champion 4 x 400 m – 2015
- Asian Indoor Champion 400m – 2016, 2018
- Asian Indoor Champion 4 x 400 m – 2016, 2018
- Arab champion 400 m – 2015
- Arab sample 4 x 400 m – 2015
- Junior world champion 400 m – 2016
|200 m||21.16 s (0.0 m / s)||8 April 2018||São Bernardo do Campo|
|400 m||44.27 s (ex AR) (NR)||5th July 2015||La Chaux-de-Fonds|
|400 m||45.39 s (AR)||February 19, 2015||Stockholm|
|500 m||59.83 s (NR)||February 17, 2016||Stockholm|
|800 m||1.56.06 s||September 18, 2017||Ashgabat|
|Year||400 m outdoors||400 m indoors|
|2015||44.27 s||45.39 s|
|2016||44.81 s||45.59 s|
|2017||44.48 s||45.68 s|