1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 27th
Date March 28
Host city Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Location Barnett Demesne/Queen’s University Playing Fields
Nations participating 43
Athletes participating 154
Races 1
Distances 8.012 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Barnett Demesne/Queen’s University Playing Fields in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, on March 28, 1999. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3] and for the IAAF.[4]

Complete results for individuals,[5][6][7] for teams,[5][8][9] medallists,[10] and the results of British athletes who took part[11] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (8.012 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Haylu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 25:38
2 Richard Limo  Kenya 25:43
3 Kipchumba Mitei  Kenya 25:45
4 Abiyote Abate  Ethiopia 25:46
5 Albert Chepkurui  Kenya 26:01
6 Sammy Kipketer  Kenya 26:06
7 Duncan Lebo  Kenya 26:14
8 Faustin Baha  Tanzania 26:15
9 Kenenisa Bekele  Ethiopia 26:27
10 Yibeltal Admassu  Ethiopia 26:28
11 Hailemariam Tegafaw  Ethiopia 26:59
12 Alene Emere  Ethiopia 27:00
13 Michael Hiiti  Tanzania 27:21
14 Christopher Soget  Kenya 27:27
15 Martin Sulle  Tanzania 27:29
16 Driss Benismail  Morocco 27:41
17 Craig Mottram  Australia 27:49
18 Ahmed El Hamzaoui  Morocco 27:51
19 Aïssa Dghoughi  Morocco 27:53
20 Fethi Meftah  Algeria 27:54
21 Jeffrey Gwebu  South Africa 27:58
22 Kazuyoshi Yamamoto  Japan 27:59
23 Seddik Sersar  Algeria 28:01
24 Fasil Bizuneh  United States 28:02
25 Martin Fedmowski  Australia 28:05
26 Abdelatif Chemlal  Morocco 28:05
27 Gustav Svedbrant  Sweden 28:08
28 Bencherki Kafkaf  Algeria 28:10
29 Isaiah Festa  United States 28:13
30 Filipe Pedro  Portugal 28:15
31 Pedro Nimo  Spain 28:16
32 Steven Vernon  United Kingdom 28:16
33 Luke Watson  United States 28:18
34 Makoto Tobimatsu  Japan 28:18
35 Henrik Ahnström  Sweden 28:18
36 Fernando Rey  Spain 28:19
37 Zolani Ntongana  South Africa 28:24
38 Sofiane Beddiaf  France 28:28
39 Roberto González  Spain 28:29
40 Steve Slattery  United States 28:29
41 Jumanne Tuluway  Tanzania 28:30
42 Aleksandr Sekletov  Russia 28:30
43 Joe McAlister  Ireland 28:30
44 Ionut Bura  Romania 28:34
45 Nourreddine Bourfaa  Algeria 28:35
46 Ricardo Franzon  Argentina 28:38
47 Tomonori Onitsuka  Japan 28:38
48 Ridouane Harroufi  Morocco 28:39
49 Kevin Paulsen  France 28:42
50 Oliver Laws  United Kingdom 28:43
51 Hans Janssens  Belgium 28:45
52 Timothy Clarke  Australia 28:45
53 Yousri Hamdi  Tunisia 28:46
54 Ricardo Serrano  Spain 28:47
55 Adam Tenforde  United States 28:48
56 Alistair Cragg  South Africa 28:48
57 Wirimai Juwawo  Zimbabwe 28:49
58 Gavin Thompson  United Kingdom 28:52
59 Sakir Kaya  Turkey 28:55
60 Lorenzo Perrone  Italy 28:56
61 James Vidal  Colombia 28:57
62 Sedat Karatas  Turkey 28:58
63 Willie McComb  Canada 29:00
64 Jorge Torres  United States 29:01
65 Mattia Maccagnan  Italy 29:02
66 Christian Obrist  Italy 29:05
67 Abdelkrim Kabbouri  Morocco 29:07
68 Turo Inkiläinen  Finland 29:09
69 Samuel Boden  United Kingdom 29:10
70 Jaime Baquero  Colombia 29:10
71 Bruno Mazzotta  Canada 29:10
72 Bahattin Ince  Turkey 29:11
73 Radu Stroia  Romania 29:12
74 Koen Raymaekers  Netherlands 29:13
75 Shinichiro Okuda  Japan 29:14
76 Masataka Inaka  Japan 29:16
77 Robert Maycock  United Kingdom 29:21
78 Yoshifumi Nomura  Japan 29:25
79 Rudy van der Oetelaar  Netherlands 29:25
80 Wajdi Adassi  Tunisia 29:26
81 Siyami Türkmen  Turkey 29:27
82 Brian Keane  Ireland 29:28
83 Lorenzo Cannata  Italy 29:30
84 Aman Saini  India 29:30
85 Boštjan Buč  Slovenia 29:31
86 Jamie Epp  Canada 29:34
87 Arbey Rivera  Colombia 29:34
88 Reda Khaldi  Algeria 29:39
89 Westley Alkin  Canada 29:39
90 Honest Dandara  Zimbabwe 29:40
91 Mohamed Ghodhbani  Tunisia 29:41
92 Ruben Díez  Spain 29:42
93 Lennon Wicks  Australia 29:43
94 Mika Oksanen  Finland 29:44
95 Guilherme Pizzirani  Brazil 29:46
96 Gary Murray  Ireland 29:46
97 Matthieu Vandiest  Belgium 29:50
98 Sivuyile Dlongwana  South Africa 29:51
99 Jonathan Matos  Brazil 29:52
100 Esmail Al-Dawla  Yemen 29:52
101 Ahmed Hussein  Egypt 29:53
102 Beniamino Lubrini  Italy 29:54
103 Fergal Feeney  Ireland 29:55
104 Stefan Beumer  Netherlands 29:57
105 Tuomas Inkiläinen  Finland 29:57
106 Sergey Denis  Belarus 29:57
107 Chris Thompson  United Kingdom 29:58
108 Lachlan Chisholm  Australia 30:03
109 Jukka Keskisalo  Finland 30:04
110 Joshua Zealand  Canada 30:06
111 Djamel Ahmadi  Algeria 30:07
112 Klaas Ramulutsi  South Africa 30:12
113 Mikko Suihkonen  Finland 30:14
114 Thiago Cecatto  Brazil 30:16
115 Joep Tigchelaar  Netherlands 30:17
116 Sergio Solis  Guatemala 30:17
117 Lorris Williams  Canada 30:18
118 Sylvester Mokalakane  South Africa 30:22
119 Francisco Alves  Spain 30:25
120 Fabio Lettieri  Italy 30:26
121 Kerem Karatas  Turkey 30:28
122 Moti Mizrahy  Israel 30:33
123 Simon Ward  Ireland 30:33
124 Shashi Prakash  India 30:36
125 Aleksey Volkov  Belarus 30:37
126 Touhami Abassi  Tunisia 30:45
127 Noel Kavanagh  Ireland 30:48
128 Denis Bagrev  Kyrgyzstan 30:50
129 Adel Gharsalli  Tunisia 30:56
130 Ala Al-Sakkaf  Yemen 31:00
131 Mohamed Al-Bayed  Palestine 31:01
132 Hassan Eisa  Egypt 31:02
133 Siarhei Yudenkov  Belarus 31:02
134 Sergey Milyutin  Kazakhstan 31:06
135 Farag Amer Fuad  Egypt 31:10
136 Nabil Al-Soufi  Yemen 31:12
137 Marcos Osorio  Guatemala 31:13
138 Dmitriy Baranovskiy  Belarus 31:16
139 Awad Abdallah  Egypt 31:23
140 Ivan Paz  Guatemala 31:26
141 Mobarock Mondal  India 31:35
142 Victor Ocampo  Colombia 31:36
143 Mustafa Al-Muhaya  Yemen 31:46
144 Manjunatha Basappa  India 31:56
145 Serdar Gandymov  Turkmenistan 32:08
146 Hoi Nam So  Hong Kong 32:11
147 Nader Al-Nasry  Palestine 32:50
148 Alex Lobos  Guatemala 32:50
149 Soondurnam Vardeyen  Mauritius 33:08
André da Silva  Brazil DNF
Slavko Petrovic  Croatia DNF
Ruben Indonga  Namibia DNF
Andrey Pleskach  Turkmenistan DNF
Mesfin Hailu  Ethiopia DQ

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Kenya
Richard Limo 2
Kipchumba Mitei 3
Albert Chepkurui 5
Sammy Kipketer 6
(Duncan Lebo) (7)
(Christopher Soget) (14)
16
2  Ethiopia
Haylu Mekonnen 1
Abiyote Abate 4
Kenenisa Bekele 9
Yibeltal Admassu 10
(Hailemariam Tegafaw) (11)
(Alene Emere) (12)
24
3  Tanzania
Faustin Baha 8
Michael Hiiti 13
Martin Sulle 15
Jumanne Tuluway 41
77
4  Morocco
Driss Benismail 16
Ahmed El Hamzaoui 18
Aïssa Dghoughi 19
Abdelatif Chemlal 26
(Ridouane Harroufi) (48)
(Abdelkrim Kabbouri) (67)
79
5  Algeria
Fethi Meftah 20
Seddik Sersar 23
Bencherki Kafkaf 28
Nourreddine Bourfaa 45
(Reda Khaldi) (88)
(Djamel Ahmadi) (111)
116
6  United States
Fasil Bizuneh 24
Isaiah Festa 29
Luke Watson 33
Steve Slattery 40
(Adam Tenforde) (55)
(Jorge Torres) (64)
126
7  Spain
Pedro Nimo 31
Fernando Rey 36
Roberto González 39
Ricardo Serrano 54
(Ruben Díez) (92)
(Francisco Alves) (119)
160
8  Japan
Kazuyoshi Yamamoto 22
Makoto Tobimatsu 34
Tomonori Onitsuka 47
Shinichiro Okuda 75
(Masataka Inaka) (76)
(Yoshifumi Nomura) (78)
178
9  Australia
Craig Mottram 17
Martin Fedmowski 25
Timothy Clarke 52
Lennon Wicks 93
(Lachlan Chisholm) (108)
187
10  United Kingdom
Steven Vernon 32
Oliver Laws 50
Gavin Thompson 58
Samuel Boden 69
(Robert Maycock) (77)
(Chris Thompson) (107)
209
11  South Africa
Jeffrey Gwebu 21
Zolani Ntongana 37
Alistair Cragg 56
Sivuyile Dlongwana 98
(Klaas Ramulutsi) (112)
(Sylvester Mokalakane) (118)
212
12  Turkey
Sakir Kaya 59
Sedat Karatas 62
Bahattin Ince 72
Siyami Türkmen 81
(Kerem Karatas) (121)
274
13  Italy
Lorenzo Perrone 60
Mattia Maccagnan 65
Christian Obrist 66
Lorenzo Cannata 83
(Beniamino Lubrini) (102)
(Fabio Lettieri) (120)
274
14  Canada
Willie McComb 63
Bruno Mazzotta 71
Jamie Epp 86
Westley Alkin 89
(Joshua Zealand) (110)
(Lorris Williams) (117)
309
15  Ireland
Joe McAlister 43
Brian Keane 82
Gary Murray 96
Fergal Feeney 103
(Simon Ward) (123)
(Noel Kavanagh) (127)
324
16  Tunisia
Yousri Hamdi 53
Wajdi Adassi 80
Mohamed Ghodhbani 91
Touhami Abassi 126
(Adel Gharsalli) (129)
350
17  Colombia
James Vidal 61
Jaime Baquero 70
Arbey Rivera 87
Victor Ocampo 142
360
18  Netherlands
Koen Raymaekers 74
Rudy van der Oetelaar 79
Stefan Beumer 104
Joep Tigchelaar 115
372
19  Finland
Turo Inkiläinen 68
Mika Oksanen 94
Tuomas Inkiläinen 105
Jukka Keskisalo 109
(Mikko Suihkonen) (113)
376
20  India
Aman Saini 84
Shashi Prakash 124
Mobarock Mondal 141
Manjunatha Basappa 144
493
21  Belarus
Sergey Denis 106
Aleksey Volkov 125
Siarhei Yudenkov 133
Dmitriy Baranovskiy 138
502
22  Egypt
Ahmed Hussein 101
Hassan Eisa 132
Farag Amer Fuad 135
Awad Abdallah 139
507
23  Yemen
Esmail Al-Dawla 100
Ala Al-Sakkaf 130
Nabil Al-Soufi 136
Mustafa Al-Muhaya 143
509
24  Guatemala
Sergio Solis 116
Marcos Osorio 137
Ivan Paz 140
Alex Lobos 148
541
DNF  Brazil
(Guilherme Pizzirani) (95)
(Jonathan Matos) (99)
(Thiago Cecatto) (114)
(André da Silva) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 154 athletes from 43 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY -- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS; African Women And Men Dominate, New York Times, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  2. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY -- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS; Winning Streak Grows for Tergat, New York Times, March 29, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 29, 1999), Tergat runs away with the championship in rainy Belfast, Herald, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  4. ^ Minshull, Phil (March 28, 1999), Hailu goes one better than Haile, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Men - Belfast Barnett Demesne/Queen's University Playing Fields Date: Sunday, March 28, 1999, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 28, 2013 
  6. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR Men - Sunday, March 28, 1999, IAAF, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Belfast, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 27 MAR 1999 - 28 MAR 1999 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, 28 Mar 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR Men - Team - Sunday, March 28, 1999, IAAF, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Belfast, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 27 MAR 1999 - 28 MAR 1999 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, 28 Mar 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  11. ^ 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