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Name BARSHAM Mutaz Aissa M
NOC QAT - Qatar Qatar Date of Birth 24 JUN 1991
Residence Gender Male
Height 189 cm Weight 75 kg
Discipline Athletics

Athletics

Result
Date Time Event Phase Results
Rank Time Record
29 SEP 2014 18:30 Men's High Jump Final Final 1 2.35 GR

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
1High Jump2010Guangzhou, CHN2.27
Olympic Games
3High Jump2012London, GBR2.29
World Championships
2High Jump2013Moscow, RUS2.38
7High Jump2011Daegu, KOR2.32
Diamond League
1High Jump2014Brussels, BEL2.43
1High Jump2014Birmingham, GBR2.38
1High Jump2014Rome, ITA2.41
1High Jump2013Eugene, OR, USA2.40
1High Jump2013Shanghai, CHN2.33
1High Jump2012Lausanne, SUI2.39
2High Jump2014Monaco, MON2.37
2High Jump2014New York, NY, USA2.42
2High Jump2013Doha, QAT2.30
3High Jump2013Zurich, SUI2.33
3High Jump2013London, GBR2.24
3High Jump2011Stockholm, SWE2.30
3High Jump2011Doha, QAT2.31
4High Jump2014Lausanne, SUI2.38
4High Jump2014Doha, QAT2.37
4High Jump2012Birmingham, GBR2.24
5High Jump2012Zurich, SUI2.21
5High Jump2011London, GBR2.28
5High Jump2011Eugene, OR, USA2.29
6High Jump2012Rome, ITA2.25
6High Jump2011Zurich, SUI2.28
7High Jump2012Monaco, MON2.26
Asian Championships
1High Jump2011Kobe, JPN2.35
World Indoor Championships
1High Jump2014Sopot, POL2.38
9High Jump2012Istanbul, TUR2.28
World Junior Championships
1High Jump2010Moncton, NB, CAN2.30

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Basketball, table tennis, music, swimming. (IAAF, 06 Mar 2012)
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Computer Science - Qatar University, Doha, QAT
Languages Spoken Arabic, English
Coach Stanislaw Szczyrba (POL) (thepeninsulaqatar.com, 12 Mar 2014)
Plays Right (QAAF, 24 Jul 2010)
Sporting / famous Relatives His younger brother Muammar is also a high jumper. His father was an athlete in the national team, in running and walking events.(dohastadiumplusqatar.com, 14 May 2014; IAAF, 06 Mar 2012)
Injuries In 2013 he withdrew from the Asian championships because of a back injury, and tweeted that he would be "off for a while". (Twitter profile, 28 Jun 2013)<BR/><BR/>In 2008 he had problems with his knee. "I had a problem with my knee, and couldn't do triple jump, only long jump and high jump. It was a growing problem, Osgood-Schlatter Disease, I believe." (IAAF, 06 Mar 2012)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began focusing on high jump in late 2008, after problems with his knee forced him out of other disciplines. (IAAF, 06 Mar 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
"When I first started athletics, because of my father, I walked - not much, just one or two competitions. I didn't like it, so I went to long distance and did two seasons of that. It was fun, but not later. I was quite good, always in the first three, but I liked jumping more. I found it was more interesting, more fun to do. It was only after Helmy, the club coach, saw me jump that I was interested. I tried long jump, triple jump, high jump - all of them, for two or three seasons." (IAAF, 06 Mar 2012)

Ambitions
To win an Olympic gold medal and to break the high jump world record. (sport360.com, 22 Aug 2013; india.com, 26 Sep 2014)

Hero
Cuban athlete Javier Sotomayor and Polish high jumper Artur Partyka. (sport360.com, 22 Aug 2013)

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