2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 30th
Date March 24
Host city Dublin, Leinster, Ireland Republic of Ireland
Location Leopardstown Racecourse
Nations participating 34
Athletes participating 122
Races 1
Distances 7.974 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Leopardstown Racecourse near Dublin, Ireland, on March 24, 2002. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3][4] and for the IAAF.[5]

Complete results for individuals,[6][7][8] for teams,[6][9][10] medallists,[11] and the results of British athletes who took part[12] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (7.974 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Gebre-egziabher Gebremariam  Ethiopia 23:18
2nd Abel Cheruiyot  Kenya 23:19
3rd Boniface Kiprop  Uganda 23:28
4 Thomas Kiplitan  Kenya 23:33
5 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 23:39
6 Sileshi Sihen  Ethiopia 23:42
7 Nicholas Kemboi  Kenya 23:48
8 Girma Assefa  Ethiopia 23:49
9 Abebe Dinkessa  Ethiopia 23:50
10 Moses Mosop  Kenya 23:58
11 Martin Toroitich  Uganda 24:05
12 Mike Kipyego  Kenya 24:10
13 Tessema Absher  Ethiopia 24:26
14 Nasdr Abdesa  Ethiopia 24:26
15 Paul Wakou  Uganda 24:26
16 Joseph Simuchimba  Zambia 24:30
17 Francis Musani  Uganda 24:36
18 Alfred Nkuyi  Tanzania 24:37
19 Samson Kiflemariam  Eritrea 24:51
20 Ryuji Sorayama  Japan 24:55
21 Richard Bwalya  Zambia 24:56
22 Juan Luis Barrios  Mexico 24:57
23 Ahmed El Radi  Sudan 24:59
24 Atif Agebli  Morocco 25:00
25 Masato Imai  Japan 25:01
26 Sandile Lembetha  South Africa 25:03
27 Yoshiyuki Inai  Japan 25:04
28 Brahim Taleb  Morocco 25:12
29 Lahoussine Dhame  Morocco 25:13
30 Rod Koborsi  United States 25:14
31 Tom Sharland  United Kingdom 25:15
32 Yu Mitsuya  Japan 25:16
33 Bill Nelson  United States 25:18
34 Naoto Kato  Japan 25:19
35 Joseph Mwila  Zambia 25:20
36 Mourad Naami  Algeria 25:22
37 Driss Bensaïd  Morocco 25:25
38 Atef Zaamouchi  Algeria 25:26
39 Bobby Lockhart  United States 25:26
40 Arkangelo Roko  Sudan 25:28
41 Yong-Sung Leal  United States 25:30
42 Philipo Yakobo  Tanzania 25:31
43 Halil Akkaş  Turkey 25:33
44 Javier Guerra  Spain 25:33
45 Yassine Bensghir  Morocco 25:33
46 Minoru Ikebe  Japan 25:34
47 Stefano Cugusi  Italy 25:36
48 Simon Tesfai  Eritrea 25:38
49 Rachid Soumati  Algeria 25:41
50 Mohamed Chekalil  Algeria 25:42
51 Johannes Komane  South Africa 25:46
52 Joe Dionne  Canada 25:46
53 Fernando Fernandes  Brazil 25:47
54 Timothy Moore  United States 25:47
55 Clinton Perrett  Australia 25:48
56 Vanwell Bwale  Zambia 25:51
57 Teshome Woldegaber  Eritrea 25:52
58 Stefano Scaini  Italy 25:52
59 Selahattin Selçuk  Turkey 25:55
60 Aïssa Dahmar  Algeria 25:56
61 Simon Bairu  Canada 25:57
62 Mohamed Fadil  Morocco 25:59
63 Mandla Maseko  South Africa 26:00
64 Arturo Merced  Mexico 26:01
65 Antonio Vaquero  Spain 26:02
66 Carlos Silva  Portugal 26:03
67 Radosław Popławski  Poland 26:04
68 Matthew Lole  United Kingdom 26:05
69 Zaki Hussein  Egypt 26:06
70 Julio César Martínez  Mexico 26:08
71 Jan Mokwena  South Africa 26:08
72 Fabiano Joseph  Tanzania 26:09
73 Hussein Ibrahim  Sudan 26:11
74 Hamaza Hamid  Sudan 26:13
75 Aleksandr Mikhaylov  Belarus 26:15
76 Piet Desmet  Belgium 26:18
77 Francesco Bona  Italy 26:21
78 Dylan Wykes  Canada 26:23
79 Amar Hellali  Algeria 26:23
80 Arturo Casado  Spain 26:26
81 Zach Sabatino  United States 26:26
82 Steven Ablitt  United Kingdom 26:27
83 Mats Granström  Sweden 26:29
84 Matthew Bowser  United Kingdom 26:29
85 Yoan Meudec  France 26:32
86 Stijn van Es  Belgium 26:34
87 Mark Christie  Ireland 26:38
88 Santiago Navarro  Spain 26:39
89 Abdelkader Mahmoudi  France 26:40
90 William Harty  Ireland 26:40
91 Adam Hortian  Canada 26:40
92 Samuel Moleshioa  South Africa 26:44
93 Dereje Rabattoni  Italy 26:45
94 Philippe Le Ferrand  France 26:47
95 David Jones  United Kingdom 26:50
96 Morgan Titus  Canada 26:50
97 Kristof Mouton  Belgium 26:54
98 Dries Busselot  Belgium 27:00
99 Kurt Benninger  Canada 27:03
100 Marcus van der Koelen  Netherlands 27:06
101 José Maria Estirado  Spain 27:08
102 Alexis Traub  France 27:08
103 Joseph Sweeney  Ireland 27:12
104 Vitaliy Kolodin  Turkmenistan 27:21
105 Chris Watson  United Kingdom 27:26
106 Denis Galerin  Belgium 27:34
107 Kevin Seaward  Ireland 27:41
108 Francisco Bachiller  Spain 27:42
109 Ghislain Guenier  France 27:46
110 Vadim Bezyanov  Uzbekistan 27:48
111 Alan McCormack  Ireland 27:59
112 Eoin Higgins  Ireland 28:13
113 Michael Sanchez  Gibraltar 28:35
114 Antonio Trapani  Italy 29:16
115 Sherzod Poziljonov  Uzbekistan 29:31
116 Timur Isamutdinov  Uzbekistan 29:40
117 Lee Taylor  Gibraltar 31:04
118 Ivan Morozov  Uzbekistan 31:07
119 Junior Hines  Cayman Islands 33:25
Ali Omer  Sudan DNF
Nozimjon Irmatov  Tajikistan DNF
Abdil Ceylan  Turkey DNF
Mohamed Abd El Bashir  Sudan DNS
Hamisi Mori  Tanzania DNS
Moustafa Ahmed Shebto  Uganda DNS
Moses Ndiema Kipsiro  Uganda DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Kenya
Abel Cheruiyot 2
Thomas Kiplitan 4
Eliud Kipchoge 5
Nicholas Kemboi 7
(Moses Mosop) (n/s)
(Mike Kipyego) (n/s)
18
2nd  Ethiopia
Gebre-egziabher Gebremariam 1
Sileshi Sihen 6
Girma Assefa 8
Abebe Dinkessa 9
(Tessema Absher) (n/s)
(Nasdr Abdesa) (n/s)
24
3rd  Uganda
Boniface Kiprop 3
Martin Toroitich 10
Paul Wakou 11
Francis Musani 13
37
4  Japan
Ryuji Sorayama 14
Masato Imai 18
Yoshiyuki Inai 20
Yu Mitsuya 25
(Naoto Kato) (n/s)
(Minoru Ikebe) (n/s)
77
5  Morocco
Atif Agebli 17
Brahim Taleb 21
Lahoussine Dhame 22
Driss Bensaïd 29
(Yassine Bensghir) (n/s)
(Mohamed Fadil) (n/s)
89
6  Zambia
Joseph Simuchimba 12
Richard Bwalya 15
Joseph Mwila 27
Vanwell Bwale 40
94
7  United States
Rod Koborsi 23
Bill Nelson 26
Bobby Lockhart 31
Yong-Sung Leal 33
(Timothy Moore) (n/s)
(Zach Sabatino) (n/s)
113
8  Algeria
Mourad Naami 28
Atef Zaamouchi 30
Rachid Soumati 36
Mohamed Chekalil 37
(Aïssa Dahmar) (n/s)
(Amar Hellali) (n/s)
131
9  Sudan
Ahmed El Radi 16
Arkangelo Roko 32
Hussein Ibrahim 47
Hamaza Hamid 48
(Ali Omer) (DNF)
143
10  South Africa
Sandile Lembetha 19
Johannes Komane 38
Mandla Maseko 43
Jan Mokwena 46
(Samuel Moleshioa) (n/s)
146
11  United Kingdom
Tom Sharland 24
Matthew Lole 45
Steven Ablitt 53
Matthew Bowser 54
(David Jones) (n/s)
(Chris Watson) (n/s)
176
12  Spain
Javier Guerra 34
Antonio Vaquero 44
Arturo Casado 52
Santiago Navarro 58
(José Maria Estirado) (n/s)
(Francisco Bachiller) (n/s)
188
13  Italy
Stefano Cugusi 35
Stefano Scaini 41
Francesco Bona 50
Dereje Rabattoni 62
(Antonio Trapani) (n/s)
188
14  Canada
Joe Dionne 39
Simon Bairu 42
Dylan Wykes 51
Adam Hortian 61
(Morgan Titus) (n/s)
(Kurt Benninger) (n/s)
193
15  Belgium
Piet Desmet 49
Stijn van Es 56
Kristof Mouton 64
Dries Busselot 65
(Denis Galerin) (n/s)
234
16  France
Yoan Meudec 55
Abdelkader Mahmoudi 59
Philippe Le Ferrand 63
Alexis Traub 66
(Ghislain Guenier) (n/s)
243
17  Ireland
Mark Christie 57
William Harty 60
Joseph Sweeney 67
Kevin Seaward 68
(Alan McCormack) (n/s)
(Eoin Higgins) (n/s)
252
18  Uzbekistan
Vadim Bezyanov 69
Sherzod Poziljonov 70
Timur Isamutdinov 71
Ivan Morozov 72
282
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 122 athletes from 34 countries participated in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[12]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PLUS: RUNNING; Briton Holds Off U.S. Challenge, New York Times, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  2. ^ Clarey, Christopher (March 25, 2002), TRACK AND FIELD : A gold sweep for Ethiopian 'in a class of his own', New York Times, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 25, 2001), Radcliffe completes the double - Briton successfully defends world cross-country title, Herald, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  4. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 25, 2001), Title joy second time around for youngster Bikele, Herald, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  5. ^ Minshull, Phil (March 24, 2001), Unshod Gebremarian shooed home as Junior Men’s Winner, IAAF, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Men - Dublin Leopardstown Date: Sunday, March 24, 2002, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 30, 2013 
  7. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Men - Sunday, March 24, 2002, IAAF, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  8. ^ Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  9. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Men - Team - Sunday, March 24, 2002, IAAF, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  10. ^ Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  11. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  12. ^ 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 30, 2013