1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 26th
Date March 22
Host city Marrakech, Morocco Morocco
Location Menara district
Nations participating 40
Athletes participating 133
Races 1
Distances 8 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Marrakech, Morocco, at the Menara district on March 22, 1998. Reports on the event were given in the New York Times,[1] in the Herald,[2] and for the IAAF.[3]

Complete results for individuals,[4][5][6] for teams,[4][7][8] medallists,[9] and the results of British athletes[10] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (8 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Million Wolde  Ethiopia 22:47
2 Richard Limo  Kenya 22:50
3 Haylu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 22:51
4 Yibeltal Admassu  Ethiopia 22:53
5 Douglas Mumanyi  Kenya 22:54
6 Reuben Kamzee  Kenya 22:55
7 Titus Kipkemboi  Kenya 23:02
8 Alene Emere  Ethiopia 23:06
9 Yitbarek Eshetu  Ethiopia 23:14
10 Adil Kaouch  Morocco 23:17
11 Abraham Cherono  Kenya 23:25
12 Geofrey Naibei  Kenya 23:32
13 Mustapha Mellouk  Morocco 23:55
14 Hailemariam Tegafaw  Ethiopia 24:02
15 Job Sikoria  Uganda 24:06
16 Jafred Lorone  Uganda 24:07
17 Vincent Kuotane  South Africa 24:13
18 Jeffrey Gwebu  South Africa 24:21
19 Ryan Shay  United States 24:22
20 Driss Benismail  Morocco 24:22
21 Kenichiro Setoguchi  Japan 24:35
22 Ahmed Issaoui  Tunisia 24:38
23 Hicham Lamalem  Morocco 24:39
24 Kazunobu Fuse  Japan 24:39
25 Kazuyoshi Tokumoto  Japan 24:40
26 Gabe Jennings  United States 24:42
27 Takhir Mamashayev  Kazakhstan 24:43
28 Whitey Modibe  South Africa 24:46
29 Miguel Angel Pinto  Spain 24:49
30 Yuji Ibi  Japan 24:53
31 Fethi Meftah  Algeria 24:53
32 Mark Thompson  Australia 24:54
33 Francis Musani  Uganda 24:54
34 Shinichiro Okuda  Japan 24:55
35 Tayeb Filali  Algeria 24:57
36 Jorge Torres  United States 24:58
37 Hebert Chokera  Zimbabwe 24:58
38 Wirimai Juwawo  Zimbabwe 24:59
39 George Mofokeng  South Africa 25:01
40 Martin Toroitich  Uganda 25:02
41 Iván Galán  Spain 25:03
42 Ouhand Madani  Algeria 25:05
43 Georges Burrier  France 25:06
44 Gavin Thompson  United Kingdom 25:07
45 Chris Thompson  United Kingdom 25:08
46 Luiz Paula  Brazil 25:10
47 Rafael Martin  Spain 25:12
48 Giovanni Gualdi  Italy 25:13
49 Ferenc Békési  Hungary 25:14
50 Pedro Nimo  Spain 25:14
51 Antony Lokinyen  Canada 25:15
52 Ovidiu Tat  Romania 25:15
53 Mustafa Mohamed  Sweden 25:16
54 Olivier Chardon  France 25:16
55 Nourreddine Bourfaa  Algeria 25:17
56 Ahmed Naïli  Algeria 25:19
57 Yousri Hamdi  Tunisia 25:19
58 Tomoki Sugiyama  Japan 25:23
59 Koen Raymaekers  Netherlands 25:24
60 Yusuf Zepak  Turkey 25:27
61 Mircea Bota  Romania 25:28
62 Joseph Nsubuga  Uganda 25:30
63 Andrey Kuznetsov  Russia 25:31
64 Carlo Schuff  Germany 25:32
65 Adelmir Maier  Brazil 25:33
66 Barry Egan  Ireland 25:33
67 Adrian Blincoe  New Zealand 25:34
68 Andrew Beckwith  United Kingdom 25:35
69 Oleg Gutnik  Belarus 25:36
70 Musa Nkomazi  Zimbabwe 25:36
71 Nicolas Winkel  United States 25:37
72 Fakureddine Romdhani  Tunisia 25:38
73 Adel Gharsalli  Tunisia 25:40
74 Raymond Fontaine  France 25:41
75 David Stanley  United Kingdom 25:41
76 Enda Johnson  Ireland 25:42
77 Arbey Rivera  Colombia 25:45
78 Roberto Del Soglio  Italy 25:46
79 David Milne  Canada 25:48
80 Kevin Paulsen  France 25:49
81 Nick Mapp  United Kingdom 25:50
82 Edegar Lobo  Brazil 25:51
83 Marco Corino  Italy 25:51
84 Saïd Berrioui  Morocco 25:52
85 Radhouane El Barni  France 25:54
86 Chad Roberts  Australia 25:55
87 Alvaro Jiménez  Spain 25:55
88 Omar Chavarría  Mexico 25:56
89 Cedric Tentelier  France 25:57
90 Giovanni Catastimenti  Italy 25:59
91 Siyami Türkmen  Turkey 26:01
92 Monel Sabou  Romania 26:01
93 Adrián Peña  Spain 26:03
94 Balázs László  Hungary 26:06
95 Máté Németh  Hungary 26:08
96 Turo Inkiläinen  Finland 26:09
97 Javier Guarin  Colombia 26:10
98 Juan Hernandez  Colombia 26:10
99 Jonathan Matos  Brazil 26:11
100 Hikmat Dastan  Turkey 26:11
101 Lachlan Chisholm  Australia 26:12
102 David Rodriquez  United States 26:13
103 Martin Fedmowski  Australia 26:17
104 Slavko Petrović  Croatia 26:19
105 Paul Morrison  Canada 26:30
106 Andres Mendoza  Mexico 26:32
107 Joeri Jansen  Belgium 26:37
108 Calin Macra  Romania 26:41
109 Sakir Kaya  Turkey 26:43
110 Artyon Zhigalov  Kazakhstan 26:51
111 Jassim Mohammed  United Arab Emirates 26:56
112 Steve Osadiuk  Canada 27:01
113 Norbert Csorba  Hungary 27:06
114 Radu Stroia  Romania 27:07
115 João Varela  Portugal 27:14
116 Willem Rooi  Namibia 27:15
117 Cristiano Mauricio  Canada 27:21
118 Fabian Daza  Colombia 27:27
119 Faustin Mukurarinda  Rwanda 27:29
120 Lorenzo Cannata  Italy 27:51
121 Willie McComb  Canada 28:15
122 Alistair Cragg  South Africa 28:27
123 Mustapha Kharouf  Lebanon 28:28
124 Diyattin Koclardan  Turkey 28:41
125 Youssef Karaki  Lebanon 29:26
126 Dovletmomed Nazarov  Turkmenistan 30:07
127 Abdel Salam Al-Dabajy  Palestine 34:11
Sam Haughian  United Kingdom DNF
Pasqualino Zammataro  Italy DNF
Sylvester Mokalakane  South Africa DNF
Farai Nemahwedza  Zimbabwe DNF
Mohamed Abdeloui  Algeria DNF
Ahmed Baday  Morocco DQ

: Ahmed Baday of  Morocco was the original 18th place finisher in 24:18 min, but was disqualified for age falsification.[11]

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Ethiopia
Million Wolde 1
Haylu Mekonnen 3
Yibeltal Admassu 4
Alene Emere 8
(Yitbarek Eshetu) (9)
(Hailemariam Tegafaw) (14)
16
2  Kenya
Richard Limo 2
Douglas Mumanyi 5
Reuben Kamzee 6
Titus Kipkemboi 7
(Abraham Cherono) (11)
(Geofrey Naibei) (12)
20
3  Morocco
Adil Kaouch 10
Mustapha Mellouk 13
Driss Benismail 20
Hicham Lamalem 23
(Saïd Berrioui) (84)
66
4  Japan
Kenichiro Setoguchi 21
Kazunobu Fuse 24
Kazuyoshi Tokumoto 25
Yuji Ibi 30
(Shinichiro Okuda) (34)
(Tomoki Sugiyama) (58)
100
5  South Africa
Vincent Kuotane 17
Jeffrey Gwebu 18
Whitey Modibe 28
George Mofokeng 39
(Alistair Cragg) (122)
(Sylvester Mokalakane) (DNF)
102
6  Uganda
Job Sikoria 15
Jafred Lorone 16
Francis Musani 33
Martin Toroitich 40
(Joseph Nsubuga) (62)
104
7  United States
Ryan Shay 19
Gabe Jennings 26
Jorge Torres 36
Nicolas Winkel 71
(David Rodriquez) (102)
152
8  Algeria
Fethi Meftah 31
Tayeb Filali 35
Ouhand Madani 42
Nourreddine Bourfaa 55
(Ahmed Naïli) (56)
(Mohamed Abdeloui) (DNF)
163
9  Spain
Miguel Angel Pinto 29
Iván Galán 41
Rafael Martin 47
Pedro Nimo 50
(Alvaro Jiménez) (87)
(Adrián Peña) (93)
167
10  Tunisia
Ahmed Issaoui 22
Yousri Hamdi 57
Fakureddine Romdhani 72
Adel Gharsalli 73
224
11  United Kingdom
Gavin Thompson 44
Chris Thompson 45
Andrew Beckwith 68
David Stanley 75
(Nick Mapp) (81)
(Sam Haughian) (DNF)
232
12  France
Georges Burrier 43
Olivier Chardon 54
Raymond Fontaine 74
Kevin Paulsen 80
(Radhouane El Barni) (85)
(Cedric Tentelier) (89)
251
13  Brazil
Luiz Paula 46
Adelmir Maier 65
Edegar Lobo 82
Jonathan Matos 99
292
14  Italy
Giovanni Gualdi 48
Roberto Del Soglio 78
Marco Corino 83
Giovanni Catastimenti 90
(Lorenzo Cannata) (120)
(Pasqualino Zammataro) (DNF)
299
15  Romania
Ovidiu Tat 52
Mircea Bota 61
Monel Sabou 92
Calin Macra 108
(Radu Stroia) (114)
313
16  Australia
Mark Thompson 32
Chad Roberts 86
Lachlan Chisholm 101
Martin Fedmowski 103
322
17  Canada
Antony Lokinyen 51
David Milne 79
Paul Morrison 105
Steve Osadiuk 112
(Cristiano Mauricio) (117)
(Willie McComb) (121)
347
18  Hungary
Ferenc Békési 49
Balázs László 94
Máté Németh 95
Norbert Csorba 113
351
19  Turkey
Yusuf Zepak 60
Siyami Türkmen 91
Hikmat Dastan 100
Sakir Kaya 109
(Diyattin Koclardan) (124)
360
20  Colombia
Arbey Rivera 77
Javier Guarin 97
Juan Hernandez 98
Fabian Daza 118
390
DNF  Zimbabwe
Hebert Chokera (37)
Wirimai Juwawo (38)
Musa Nkomazi (70)
Farai Nemahwedza (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 133 athletes from 40 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dunaway, James (March 23, 1998), PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY -- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS; Tergat Makes It Four Straight, New York Times, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  2. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 23, 1998), O'Sullivan a crown jewel out of Africa, Herald, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  3. ^ Butler, Mark, Ethiopia strikes back, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  4. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Men - Marrakech Menara district Date: Sunday, March 22, 1998, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 28, 2013 
  5. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR Men - Sunday, March 22, 1998, IAAF, March 22, 1998, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  6. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Marrakech, MOROCCO 21 MAR 1998 - 22 MAR 1998 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 22, 1998, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  7. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR Men - Team - Sunday, March 22, 1998, IAAF, March 22, 1998, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  8. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Marrakech, MOROCCO 21 MAR 1998 - 22 MAR 1998 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 22, 1998, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  9. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  10. ^ a b 36th IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - EDINBURGH 2008 - FACTS & FIGURES - GREAT BRITAIN & NORTHERN IRELAND AT THE INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY & WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, IAAF, p. 2ff, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  11. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - BYDGOSZCZ 2013 - FACTS & FIGURES, IAAF, p. 11, retrieved November 2, 2013