1998 European Cross Country Championships

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The 5th European Cross Country Championships were held at Ferrara in Italy on 13 December 1998. Serhiy Lebid took the title in the men's competition and Paula Radcliffe won the women's race.

Results[1][edit]

Men individual 9.7km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 28:07
Silver medal icon.svg Belgium Mohammed Mourhit 28:08
Bronze medal icon.svg France Driss El Himer 28:16
4. Austria Günther Weidlinger 28:17
5. Denmark Carsten Jørgensen 28:18
6. Portugal Eduardo Henriques 28:25
7. Italy Giuliano Battocletti 28:36
8. Spain Manuel Pancorbo 28:40

79 runners finished

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Italy
Giuliano Battocletti
Gabriele De Nard
Umberto Pusterla
Gennaro Di Napoli
53
Silver medal icon.svg  Portugal
Eduardo Henriques
Paulo Guerra
João Junqueira
José Ramos
55
Bronze medal icon.svg  Spain
Manuel Pancorbo
Julio Rey
Martín Fiz
Fabián Roncero
68
4.  United Kingdom 91
5.  France 92
6.  Ireland 108
7.  Belgium 122
8.  Netherlands 126

Total 13 teams

Women individual 5.6km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Paula Radcliffe 18:07
Silver medal icon.svg Finland Annemari Sandell 18:10
Bronze medal icon.svg Serbia and Montenegro Olivera Jevtić 18:11
4. Portugal Fernanda Ribeiro 18:19
5. Portugal Helena Sampaio 18:26
6. France Yanna Belkacem 18:42
7. Portugal Albertina Dias 18:46
8. Spain María Luisa Larraga 18:49

60 runners finished

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Portugal
Fernanda Ribeiro
Helena Sampaio
Albertina Dias
16
Silver medal icon.svg  France
Yanna Belkacem
Zahia Dahmani
Fatima Yvelain
25
Bronze medal icon.svg  Romania
Cristina Iloc
Constantina Diţă
Luminiţa Gogârlea
41
4.  Spain 54
5.  United Kingdom 55
6.  Germany 71
7.  Belgium 77
8.  Italy 89

Total 12 teams

Junior men individual 5.6km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Spain Yousef El Nasri 16:50
Silver medal icon.svg Romania Ovidiu Tat 16:51
Bronze medal icon.svg Republic of Ireland Gareth Turnbull 16:55
4. United Kingdom Sam Haughian 16:57
5. Ukraine Ivan Heshko 17:02
6. Sweden Mustafa Mohamed 17:02
7. Spain Miguel Angel Pinto 17:07
8. Portugal Filipe Pedro 17:11

Junior men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Spain 28
Silver medal icon.svg  United Kingdom 30
Bronze medal icon.svg  Romania 36
4.  Sweden 45
5.  Ukraine 52
6.  Italy 54
7.  Germany 73
8.  Portugal 73

Junior women individual 3.6km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Hungary Katalin Szentgyörgyi 11:51
Silver medal icon.svg Portugal Inês Monteiro 11:58
Bronze medal icon.svg Serbia and Montenegro Sonja Stolić 12:03
4. Turkey Sebile Sibel Özyurt 12:04
5. Turkey Tezeta Nuray Surekli 12:09
6. Netherlands Tinneke Boonen 12:19
7. Slovenia Sonja Roman 12:20
8. Czech Republic Helena Volná 12:22

Junior women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Turkey 20
Silver medal icon.svg  Belgium 46
Bronze medal icon.svg  Romania 49
4.  Spain 56
5.  Portugal 58
6.  Germany 58
7.  United Kingdom 60
8.  Italy 83

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yleisurheilu 1999. 1999. ISSN 0512-8005. 

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