2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 29th
Date March 25
Host city Oostende, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium Belgium
Location Hippodrome Wellington
Nations participating 38
Athletes participating 152
Races 1
Distances 7.7 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Hippodrome Wellington in Oostende, Belgium, on March 25, 2001. 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 (7.7 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Kenenisa Bekele  Ethiopia 25:04
2 Duncan Lebo  Kenya 25:37
3 Dathan Ritzenhein  United States 25:46
4 Nicholas Kemboi  Kenya 25:52
5 Matt Tegenkamp  United States 25:55
6 Robert Kipchumba  Kenya 26:00
7 Alemayehu Tedla  Ethiopia 26:02
8 Maregu Zewdie  Ethiopia 26:14
9 Beruk Debrework  Ethiopia 26:15
10 Paul Wakou  Uganda 26:17
11 Jean Baptiste Simukeka  Rwanda 26:22
12 Edwin Koech  Kenya 26:37
13 Wilson Chelal  Kenya 26:43
14 Takashi Otsu  Japan 26:43
15 Aissam Gtaib  Morocco 26:43
16 Johnny Okello  Uganda 26:44
17 Samson Ramadhani  Tanzania 26:44
18 Atif Agebli  Morocco 26:46
19 Francis Musani  Uganda 26:54
20 Tibebu Yenew  Ethiopia 26:54
21 Kiplimo Muneria  Kenya 26:56
22 Adil El Bannouri  Morocco 26:57
23 Moses Mpanga  Uganda 26:58
24 Josh Spiker  United States 27:02
25 Francis Yiga  Uganda 27:04
26 Daniel Andrew Sipe  Tanzania 27:06
27 Ryan Hayden  Canada 27:07
28 Nathan Brannen  Canada 27:08
29 Stephen Rogart  Tanzania 27:08
30 Simon Bairu  Canada 27:15
31 Salah Habib  Algeria 27:16
32 Ali Abdalla  Eritrea 27:18
33 Fekadu Gemeda  Ethiopia 27:24
34 Habtai Kifletsion  Eritrea 27:25
35 Mircea Bogdan  Romania 27:30
36 Keving Tingaud  France 27:31
37 Piet Desmet  Belgium 27:32
38 Bruno Saramago  Portugal 27:33
39 Ian Dobson  United States 27:34
40 Bouazza Saji  Morocco 27:37
41 Salah Juaim  Yemen 27:38
42 Hani Meguellati  Algeria 27:43
43 Patrick Guidera  Ireland 27:48
44 Francis Melo  Chile 27:50
45 Arturo Casado  Spain 27:52
46 Cutbert Nyasango  Zimbabwe 27:52
47 Juan Barrios  Mexico 27:53
48 Philippe Verleyen  Belgium 27:54
49 Anouar Assila  Morocco 27:54
50 Valerio Gulli  Italy 27:56
51 Vladimir Checha  Belarus 27:58
52 Shuichi Fujii  Japan 27:59
53 Ian Hornabrook  Australia 28:00
54 Teshome Woldegaber  Eritrea 28:00
55 Jérôme Collot  Belgium 28:03
56 Nabil Zerrouak  Algeria 28:04
57 Francis Khanje  Malawi 28:05
58 Fernando Fernandes  Brazil 28:05
59 Mo Farah  United Kingdom 28:06
60 Muhammet Matpay  Turkey 28:06
61 Luca Massimino  Italy 28:06
62 Aurelien Demailly  France 28:07
63 Alberto Ramírez  Spain 28:08
64 Henrik Nyström  Sweden 28:10
65 William Harty  Ireland 28:12
66 Liberato Pellecchia  Italy 28:12
67 Carlos Silva  Portugal 28:14
68 Cosimo Caliandro  Italy 28:15
69 Benjamin Barbier  Belgium 28:15
70 Nebay Habtegiorgis  Eritrea 28:16
71 Fernando Cabada Jr.  United States 28:16
72 Antonio Lagares  Spain 28:17
73 Tim Stessens  Belgium 28:17
74 Abram Miya  South Africa 28:18
75 Franck de Almeida  Brazil 28:18
76 Martin Fagan  Ireland 28:19
77 Abdelkader Bakhtache  Algeria 28:22
78 Noel Cutillas  Spain 28:22
79 Selahattin Selçuk  Turkey 28:24
80 Andrew Baddeley  United Kingdom 28:27
81 Abdelatif Chemlal  Morocco 28:30
82 Hakim Mokhtari  France 28:30
83 Sergio Sánchez  Spain 28:31
84 Friedel Maans  South Africa 28:32
85 Kenichi Shiraishi  Japan 28:32
86 Joe Dionne  Canada 28:33
87 Sandile Lembetha  South Africa 28:34
88 Richard Jeremiah  Australia 28:35
89 Javier Guerra  Spain 28:37
90 Cristian Gaeta  Italy 28:37
91 Yoshiyuki Tatsuta  Japan 28:39
92 Germán Sánchez  Chile 28:40
93 Matt Maline  United States 28:42
94 Sean Connolly  Ireland 28:45
95 Adam Bowden  United Kingdom 28:45
96 Luigi La Bella  Italy 28:47
97 Abdulaziz Ali Abdulaziz  Yemen 28:48
98 Paul Shaw  United Kingdom 28:49
99 Hicham Chahib  France 28:50
100 Pieter Sollier  Belgium 28:50
101 Serdar Durer  Turkey 28:51
102 Arnoud Okken  Netherlands 28:58
103 Luke Taylor  Australia 29:01
104 Brandon Young  Canada 29:02
105 José Luis Santos  Mexico 29:03
106 Brad Dyson  Australia 29:09
107 George Mkupatira  Malawi 29:11
108 Abdurrahman Kara  Turkey 29:12
109 Andrey Anisimov  Belarus 29:12
110 Diarmuid Grant  Ireland 29:13
111 Arturo Merced  Mexico 29:13
112 Watson Magobo  Malawi 29:15
113 Abdelmoumene Bouchicha  Algeria 29:18
114 Muresh Kumar Yadav  India 29:18
115 Moses Faku  South Africa 29:20
116 Date Mteketa  Malawi 29:20
117 Mohammed Al-Nehmi  Yemen 29:22
118 Steven Ablitt  United Kingdom 29:24
119 Igor Daronin  Belarus 29:25
120 Luis Gamin  Chile 29:34
121 Naoto Kato  Japan 29:35
122 Naoki Shibata  Japan 29:47
123 Jacob Selebalo  South Africa 29:51
124 Ed Jackson  United Kingdom 29:54
125 Dharmender Kumar  India 29:56
126 Pavel Somich  Belarus 30:06
127 Michael Sanchez  Gibraltar 30:07
128 Sebastián Pino  Chile 30:15
129 Cláudio da Cruz  Brazil 30:15
130 Jeremy Valat  France 30:21
131 Ahmed Nasr Ali Al-Ragami  Yemen 30:24
132 Azeet Kumar  India 30:38
133 Jahongir Tolibjonov  Uzbekistan 30:43
134 Meretdurdy Kereguliev  Turkmenistan 30:47
135 Nozimjon Irmatov  Tajikistan 30:57
136 Kenneth Otarola  Costa Rica 31:03
137 Nurridin Irmatov  Tajikistan 31:06
138 Rasul Saydaliyev  Uzbekistan 31:28
139 Rustam Irmatov  Tajikistan 31:48
140 Khodor Abdou  Lebanon 31:55
141 Ruslan Kurbanov  Turkmenistan 31:56
142 Kamoliddin Fakhritdinov  Tajikistan 32:06
143 Vadim Bezyanov  Uzbekistan 32:23
144 Suleyman Jumakuliyev  Turkmenistan 32:35
145 Jacques Francis  Lebanon 32:49
146 Salimjan Yangibayev  Turkmenistan 32:54
147 Dominic Carroll  Gibraltar 34:34
148 Sarvar Akhmatov  Uzbekistan 35:47
149 Lee Taylor  Gibraltar 35:47
Noureddine Athamna  Algeria DNF
Cleyton Aguiar  Brazil DNF
Suresh Kumar Yadav  India DNF
Nigel Wray  Canada DNS
Phaustin Baha Sulle  Tanzania DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Kenya
Duncan Lebo 2
Nicholas Kemboi 4
Robert Kipchumba 6
Edwin Koech 12
(Wilson Chelal) (13)
(Kiplimo Muneria) (21)
24
2  Ethiopia
Kenenisa Bekele 1
Alemayehu Tedla 7
Maregu Zewdie 8
Beruk Debrework 9
(Tibebu Yenew) (20)
(Fekadu Gemeda) (33)
25
3  Uganda
Paul Wakou 10
Johnny Okello 16
Francis Musani 19
Moses Mpanga 23
(Francis Yiga) (25)
68
4  United States
Dathan Ritzenhein 3
Matt Tegenkamp 5
Josh Spiker 24
Ian Dobson 39
(Fernando Cabada Jr.) (71)
(Matt Maline) (93)
71
5  Morocco
Aissam Gtaib 15
Atif Agebli 18
Adil El Bannouri 22
Bouazza Saji 40
(Anouar Assila) (49)
(Abdelatif Chemlal) (81)
95
6  Canada
Ryan Hayden 27
Nathan Brannen 28
Simon Bairu 30
Joe Dionne 86
(Brandon Young) (104)
171
7  Eritrea
Ali Abdalla 32
Habtai Kifletsion 34
Teshome Woldegaber 54
Nebay Habtegiorgis 70
190
8  Algeria
Salah Habib 31
Hani Meguellati 42
Nabil Zerrouak 56
Abdelkader Bakhtache 77
(Abdelmoumene Bouchicha) (113)
(Noureddine Athamna) (DNF)
206
9  Belgium
Piet Desmet 37
Philippe Verleyen 48
Jérôme Collot 55
Benjamin Barbier 69
(Tim Stessens) (73)
(Pieter Sollier) (100)
209
10  Japan
Takashi Otsu 14
Shuichi Fujii 52
Kenichi Shiraishi 85
Yoshiyuki Tatsuta 91
(Naoto Kato) (121)
(Naoki Shibata) (122)
242
11  Italy
Valerio Gulli 50
Luca Massimino 61
Liberato Pellecchia 66
Cosimo Caliandro 68
(Cristian Gaeta) (90)
(Luigi La Bella) (96)
245
12  Spain
Arturo Casado 45
Alberto Ramírez 63
Antonio Lagares 72
Noel Cutillas 78
(Sergio Sánchez) (83)
(Javier Guerra) (89)
258
13  Ireland
Patrick Guidera 43
William Harty 65
Martin Fagan 76
Sean Connolly 94
(Diarmuid Grant) (110)
278
14  France
Keving Tingaud 36
Aurelien Demailly 62
Hakim Mokhtari 82
Hicham Chahib 99
(Jeremy Valat) (130)
279
15  United Kingdom
Mo Farah 59
Andrew Baddeley 80
Adam Bowden 95
Paul Shaw 98
(Steven Ablitt) (118)
(Ed Jackson) (124)
332
16  Turkey
Muhammet Matpay 60
Selahattin Selçuk 79
Serdar Durer 101
Abdurrahman Kara 108
348
17  Australia
Ian Hornabrook 53
Richard Jeremiah 88
Luke Taylor 103
Brad Dyson 106
350
18  South Africa
Abram Miya 74
Friedel Maans 84
Sandile Lembetha 87
Moses Faku 115
(Jacob Selebalo) (123)
360
19  Chile
Francis Melo 44
Germán Sánchez 92
Luis Gamin 120
Sebastián Pino 128
384
20  Yemen
Salah Juaim 41
Abdulaziz Ali Abdulaziz 97
Mohammed Al-Nehmi 117
Ahmed Nasr Ali Al-Ragami 131
386
21  Malawi
Francis Khanje 57
George Mkupatira 107
Watson Magobo 112
Date Mteketa 116
392
22  Belarus
Vladimir Checha 51
Andrey Anisimov 109
Igor Daronin 119
Pavel Somich 126
405
23  Tajikistan
Nozimjon Irmatov 135
Nurridin Irmatov 137
Rustam Irmatov 139
Kamoliddin Fakhritdinov 142
553
24  Uzbekistan
Jahongir Tolibjonov 133
Rasul Saydaliyev 138
Vadim Bezyanov 143
Sarvar Akhmatov 148
562
25  Turkmenistan
Meretdurdy Kereguliev 134
Ruslan Kurbanov 141
Suleyman Jumakuliyev 144
Salimjan Yangibayev 146
565
DNF  Brazil
(Fernando Fernandes) (58)
(Franck de Almeida) (75)
(Cláudio da Cruz) (129)
(Cleyton Aguiar) (DNF)
DNF
DNF  India
(Muresh Kumar Yadav) (114)
(Dharmender Kumar) (125)
(Azeet Kumar) (132)
(Suresh Kumar Yadav) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 152 athletes from 38 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: RUNNING; Kenya's Koech Wins Cross-Country Title, New York Times, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  2. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY; Mourhit Is First But Kenyans Win, New York Times, March 26, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 24, 2001), Paula eyes up double header British runner can make lonely training pay off with a victory, Herald, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  4. ^ Arcoleo, Laura (March 25, 2001), American Ritzenhein creates surprise, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.7km CC Men - Ostend Wellington Hippodrome Date: Sunday, March 25, 2001, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 28, 2013 
  6. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Men - Sunday, March 25, 2001, IAAF, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Men - Team - Sunday, March 25, 2001, IAAF, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 25, 2001, 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