Odile Ahouanwanou

Odile Ahouanwanou
Personal information
Born(1991-01-05) 5 January 1991 (age 26)
Savalou, Benin
SportTrack and field
Event(s)Heptathlon (and associated events)
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)Heptathlon: 5751
100 mH: 13.55
200 m: 24.18
800 m: 2:26.81
Long jump: 5.79 m
High jump: 1.72 m
Shot put: 15.24 m
Javelin: 43.61 m
Updated on 19 May 2017.


Up to date on 19 Might 2017. Odile Ahouanwanou (given birth to 5 January 1991) is certainly a Beninese heptathlete, who also specialises in the 100 metres hurdles; she retains Beninese information in both occasions. She competed on the 2012 Summertime Olympics, 2015 African Video games and two African Championships in Athletics, and earned a sterling silver medal in the heptathlon on the 2015 African Video games.


Ahouanwanou debuted internationally on the 2012 African Championships in Athletics in Porto-Novo, Benin. She competed in the heptathlon and completed sixth overall using a factors rating of 4983, 941 factors behind the silver medalist. Ahouanwanou's greatest result in a person discipline was 4th in both javelin and shot place. On the 2012 Summer months Olympics she competed in the 100 metres hurdles. She positioned 8th out of nine competition in High temperature 6, setting a fresh Beninese nationwide record at 14.76 seconds.Ahouanwanou's next major competition was the 2014 African Championships in Athletics, where she finished eighth in the heptathlon with 4309 factors. She gained the shot place and javelin disciplines, but she was disqualified in the 100 metres hurdles. Ahouanwanou after that competed in the 2015 African Video games, where she gained the sterling silver medal in the heptathlon using a points rating of 5734. She completed initial in the shot place and in the javelin, second in the 200 metres, 4th in the high leap, 5th in the 100 metres hurdles, seven in the 800 metres and 8th in the lengthy jump.