Mubarak Al-Nubi

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Mubarak Sultan Faraj Al-Nubi (Arabic: مبارك سلطان النوبي فرج‎; born 30 December 1977) is a retired Qatari athlete who specialized in the 400 metres hurdles. He is the brother of Olympic long jumper Abdul Rahman Al-Nubi.[1] He represented his country at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and competed at the World Championships in Athletics in 1997 and 2003. He was twice a silver medallist at the IAAF World Cup.

At regional level, he won three gold medals in the 400 m hurdles at the Asian Athletics Championships and participated at three Asian Games, being the runner-up in 2002. In addition, he has medals from the Gulf Cooperation Council Athletics Championships and the Arab Athletics Championships. His personal best of 48.17 seconds is the Qatari record for the event.

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Qatar
1994 Asian Junior Championships Jakarta, Indonesia 1st 400 m hurdles 51.21
1995 Asian Championships Jakarta, Indonesia 1st 400 m hurdles 50.17
1996 World Junior Championships Sydney, Australia 1st 400m hurdles 49.07
4 × 400 m relay DNF
Asian Junior Championships New Delhi, India 1st 400 m 47.15
1st 400 m hurdles 50.76
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 12th (sf) 400 m hurdles 48.84
Universiade Catania, Italy 3rd 400 m hurdles 49.48
Pan Arab Games Beirut, Lebanon 1st 400 m hurdles 48.95
1998 Asian Championships Fukuoka, Japan 1st 400 m hurdles 48.71
World Cup Johannesburg, South Africa 2nd 400 m hurdles 48.17[2]
Asian Games Asian Games 6th (h) 400 m hurdles 51.23
2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 4 × 400 m relay DQ
2002 Asian Championships Colombo, Sri Lanka 1st 400 m hurdles 48.67
World Cup Madrid, Spain 2nd 400 m hurdles 48.96[2]
Asian Games Busan, South Korea 2nd 400 m hurdles 48.98
2003 World Championships Paris, France 7th 400 m hurdles 52.64
Asian Championships Manila, Philippines 1st 400 m hurdles 49.19
2005 West Asian Games Doha, Qatar 1st 400 m hurdles 50.37
2006 Asian Games Doha, Qatar 6th (h) 400 m hurdles 51.28[3]
2009 Asian Championships Guangzhou, China 3rd 400 m hurdles 50.19
2010 Asian Games Guangzhou, China 8th (h) 400 m hurdles 51.82[3]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Mubarak Sultan Al-Nubi Faraj. Sports Reference. Retrieved on 2013-11-02.
  2. ^ a b Representing Asia.
  3. ^ a b Did not start in the final.