List of Champions of The African Athletics Championships - Men

Men

Men's African champions

Track running: 100 m - 200 m - 400 m - 800 m - 1500 m - 3000 m - 5000 m - 10,000 m
Hurdles: 110 m hurdles - 400 m hurdles - 3000 m steeplechase
Jumps: High jump - Long jump - Triple jump - Pole vault
Throws: Javelin - Discus - Shot put - Hammer
Relays: 4 x 100 m - 4 x 400 m
Road: 10,000 m walk - 20 km walk - Marathon

See also: Championship records

Key: Current Championships record

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