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Mujinga Kambundji


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2018 4th Weltklasse Zürich 100 m
4th European Champs 100 m and 200 m
Swiss Champion 100 m and Swiss Record (10,95)
1st Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern 100 m (11,12)
2nd Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern 200 m (22,48)
5th Athletissima Lausanne 100 m (11,03/NR)
1st Athletissima Lausanne 4x100 m (42,29/NR)
3rd Golden Gala Rome (200 m)
3rd World Indoor Champs 60 m (7,05)
Swiss Redord and World Lead (7,03/60 m)
Swiss Champion (60 m)
4th Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe (60 m)
2nd ISTAF Indoor (60 m)
2017 5th World Champs London (4x100 m)
10th World Champs London (100 m/200 m)
6th Weltklasse Zürich (200 m)
Swiss Champion (100 m/200 m)
1st Galà dei Castelli (11,07/Swiss Record)
3rd Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern (200 m)
1st Athletissima Lausanne 4x100 m (Swiss Record)
1st European Athletics Team Champs Vaasa (100 m/4x100 m)
4th European Indoor Champs Belgrade (60 m)
2016 14th Olympic Games Rio (100 m)
16th Olympic Games (200 m)
3rd European Champs Amsterdam (100 m)
2015 5th European Indoor Champs Prague (60 m)
10th World Champs Beijing (200 m)
12th World Champs Beijing (100 m)
2014 4th European Champs Zurich (100 m)
5th European Champs Zurich (200 m)

News & Stories

Mujinga Kambundji

March 2018

First global medal

Taking bronze in the 60 m final at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Mujinga Kambundji becomes the first Swiss sprinter ever to win a global medal. 


Mujinga Kambundji

July 2016

European sprint bronze

Mujinga Kambundji wins Switzerland's first European Championships medal in the 100 m sprint.

Mujinga Kambundji

July 2018

Under 11 seconds

Mujinga Kambundji (10,95) is the first Swiss female sprinter breaking the 11-second barrier over 100 m at the national championships in Zofingen.