2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Men's short race

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Men's short race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 30th
Date March 23
Host city Dublin, Leinster, Ireland Republic of Ireland
Location Leopardstown Racecourse
Nations participating 38
Athletes participating 124
Races 1
Distances 4.208 km – Men's short

The Men's short race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Leopardstown Racecourse near Dublin, Ireland, on March 23, 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]

Men's short race (4.208 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Kenenisa Bekele  Ethiopia 12:11
2nd Luke Kipkosgei  Kenya 12:18
3rd Haylu Mekonnen  Ethiopia 12:20
4 Sammy Kipketer  Kenya 12:26
5 Craig Mottram  Australia 12:27
6 Julius Nyamu  Kenya 12:30
7 Antonio Jiménez  Spain 12:30
8 Joseph Kosgei  Kenya 12:32
9 Khalid El Amri  Morocco 12:33
10 Driss Maazouzi  France 12:34
11 Jorge Torres  United States 12:35
12 Saïd El Wardi  Morocco 12:35
13 Mohamed Awol  Ethiopia 12:38
14 Isaac Viciosa  Spain 12:39
15 Abiyote Abate  Ethiopia 12:39
16 Million Wolde  Ethiopia 12:40
17 Alberto García  Spain 12:41
18 Matthew Lane  United States 12:42
19 Luciano Di Pardo  Italy 12:42
20 Alejandro Suárez  Mexico 12:43
21 Michael Power  Australia 12:43
22 Roberto García  Spain 12:44
23 John Mayock  United Kingdom 12:44
24 Abraham Chebii  Kenya 12:45
25 Gareth Turnbull  Ireland 12:45
26 Khoudir Aggoune  Algeria 12:47
27 José Luis Blanco  Spain 12:49
28 Aziz Driouche  Morocco 12:49
29 Roland Weissteiner  Italy 12:49
30 Phil Mowbray  United Kingdom 12:50
31 Stéphane Desaulty  France 12:50
32 Fabrice Belot  France 12:50
33 Simone Zanon  Italy 12:51
34 Tarek Boukensa  Algeria 12:51
35 Graham Hood  Canada 12:52
36 Azzedine Zerdoum  Algeria 12:52
37 Mohamed Amyn  Morocco 12:53
38 Pacifique Ayabusa  Rwanda 12:53
39 Spencer Barden  United Kingdom 12:53
40 Jared Cordes  United States 12:53
41 Luis Jesús  Portugal 12:53
42 Ben Noad  United Kingdom 12:54
43 Javier Carriqueo  Argentina 12:54
44 Berhanu Addane  Ethiopia 12:54
45 Sergey Davydov  Russia 12:54
46 Joël Bourgeois  Canada 12:55
47 Sean Kaley  Canada 12:57
48 Youssef Baba  Morocco 12:57
49 Mário Teixeira  Portugal 12:57
50 Hudson de Souza  Brazil 12:58
51 Sammy Kiplagat  Kenya 12:59
52 Martin Dent  Australia 13:00
53 Daisuke Kojima  Japan 13:01
54 Ali Ezzine  Morocco 13:01
55 Mohamed Khaldi  Algeria 13:01
56 Jason Woolhouse  New Zealand 13:01
57 Miroslav Vanko  Slovakia 13:02
58 Ridouane Es-Saadi  Belgium 13:02
59 Jean Bosco Ndagijimana  Rwanda 13:02
60 Enos Matalane  South Africa 13:02
61 Aleksey Sokolov  Russia 13:03
62 Hans Janssens  Belgium 13:03
63 Robert Connolly  Ireland 13:04
64 Dave Davis  United States 13:04
65 Sergey Yemelyanov  Russia 13:04
66 Lorenzo Lazzari  Italy 13:04
67 Rachid Chékhémani  France 13:06
68 Paul Fenn  Australia 13:06
69 Salvatore Vincenti  Italy 13:07
70 Ghalem Allah Djellal  Algeria 13:08
71 Manuel Silva  Portugal 13:10
72 Rob Whalley  United Kingdom 13:10
73 Habtai Kifletsion  Eritrea 13:11
74 Slavko Petrović  Croatia 13:11
75 Aleksey Veselov  Russia 13:12
76 Paul Sumawe  Tanzania 13:12
77 Odilón Cuahutle  Mexico 13:12
78 Rachid Safari  Rwanda 13:13
79 Ben Whitby  United Kingdom 13:13
80 Denis Bagrev  Kyrgyzstan 13:14
81 Mark Thompson  Australia 13:16
82 Hamish Thorpe  New Zealand 13:17
83 Tony Cosey  United States 13:18
84 Paul Reilly  Ireland 13:19
85 Ricardo Ribas  Portugal 13:20
86 Sergey Ivanov  Russia 13:21
87 Dieudonné Disi  Rwanda 13:22
88 Stefan Beumer  Netherlands 13:24
89 Junji Konomi  Japan 13:24
90 Jeremy Deere  Canada 13:24
91 Stefan Gerber  Switzerland 13:24
92 Merzak Ouldbouchiba  Algeria 13:25
93 Paul McNamara  Ireland 13:26
94 Mark Kenneally  Ireland 13:26
95 Omar Chavarría  Mexico 13:26
96 Boštjan Buč  Slovenia 13:27
97 Jonathon Riley  United States 13:28
98 Fortunato Yaccob  Eritrea 13:28
99 Angelo Iannelli  Italy 13:31
100 Iván Hierro  Spain 13:31
101 Oscar Cortínez  Argentina 13:37
102 Simon Vroemen  Netherlands 13:39
103 Peter Cardle  Canada 13:41
104 Rubin McRae  New Zealand 13:45
105 Matthew Holder  New Zealand 13:48
106 Tim Clerbout  Belgium 13:52
107 Gareth Coughlan  Ireland 13:55
108 Maxim Malenkih  Kyrgyzstan 13:57
109 Yury Baltsevich  Belarus 13:58
110 Rembo Tesfay  Eritrea 14:03
111 Radik Khubbiev  Uzbekistan 14:08
112 Josep Sansa  Andorra 14:10
113 Ronny Marie  Seychelles 14:11
114 Sergey Zabavskiy  Tajikistan 14:14
115 Koji Yamamoto  Japan 14:16
116 Víctor Martínez  Andorra 14:37
117 Abduvahob Nizamov  Uzbekistan 14:52
118 Michael Sanchez  Gibraltar 15:06
119 Richard Muscat  Gibraltar 15:45
120 Vasiliy Medvedev  Uzbekistan 15:46
121 Khasan Rakhimov  Uzbekistan 15:49
122 Vladimir Escajadillo  Peru 16:18
123 Lee Taylor  Gibraltar 16:29
Zeljko Celikovic  Yugoslavia DNF
Frederic Collignon  Belgium DNS
Vital Gahungu  Burundi DNS
Egide Manirazika  Burundi DNS
Jean-Berchmans Ndayisenga  Burundi DNS
Eric Sindayigaya  Burundi DNS
Umaru Mohammed  Nigeria DNS
Mohammed Yagoub  Sudan DNS
Hussein Abdallah  Tanzania DNS
Julius Gidabuday  Tanzania DNS
Paul Wakou  Uganda DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Kenya
Luke Kipkosgei 2
Sammy Kipketer 4
Julius Nyamu 6
Joseph Kosgei 8
(Abraham Chebii) (n/s)
(Sammy Kiplagat) (n/s)
20
2nd  Ethiopia
Kenenisa Bekele 1
Haylu Mekonnen 3
Mohamed Awol 13
Abiyote Abate 15
(Million Wolde) (n/s)
(Berhanu Addane) (n/s)
32
3rd  Spain
Antonio Jiménez 7
Isaac Viciosa 14
Alberto García 16
Roberto García 20
(José Luis Blanco) (n/s)
(Iván Hierro) (n/s)
57
4  Morocco
Khalid El Amri 9
Saïd El Wardi 12
Aziz Driouche 24
Mohamed Amyn 33
(Youssef Baba) (n/s)
(Ali Ezzine) (n/s)
78
5  United States
Jorge Torres 11
Matthew Lane 17
Jared Cordes 36
Dave Davis 49
(Tony Cosey) (n/s)
(Jonathon Riley) (n/s)
113
6  France
Driss Maazouzi 10
Stéphane Desaulty 27
Fabrice Belot 28
Rachid Chékhémani 52
117
7  United Kingdom
John Mayock 21
Phil Mowbray 26
Spencer Barden 35
Ben Noad 38
(Rob Whalley) (n/s)
(Ben Whitby) (n/s)
120
8  Australia
Craig Mottram 5
Michael Power 19
Martin Dent 43
Paul Fenn 53
(Mark Thompson) (n/s)
120
9  Italy
Luciano Di Pardo 18
Roland Weissteiner 25
Simone Zanon 29
Lorenzo Lazzari 51
(Salvatore Vincenti) (n/s)
(Angelo Iannelli) (n/s)
123
10  Algeria
Khoudir Aggoune 23
Tarek Boukensa 30
Azzedine Zerdoum 32
Mohamed Khaldi 44
(Ghalem Allah Djellal) (n/s)
(Merzak Ouldbouchiba) (n/s)
129
11  Canada
Graham Hood 31
Joël Bourgeois 40
Sean Kaley 41
Jeremy Deere 61
(Peter Cardle) (n/s)
173
12  Ireland
Gareth Turnbull 22
Robert Connolly 48
Paul Reilly 58
Paul McNamara 62
(Mark Kenneally) (n/s)
(Gareth Coughlan) (n/s)
190
13  Russia
Sergey Davydov 39
Aleksey Sokolov 47
Sergey Yemelyanov 50
Aleksey Veselov 55
(Sergey Ivanov) (n/s)
191
14  Portugal
Luis Jesús 37
Mário Teixeira 42
Manuel Silva 54
Ricardo Ribas 59
192
15  Rwanda
Pacifique Ayabusa 34
Jean Bosco Ndagijimana 46
Rachid Safari 56
Dieudonné Disi 60
196
16  New Zealand
Jason Woolhouse 45
Hamish Thorpe 57
Rubin McRae 63
Matthew Holder 64
229
17  Uzbekistan
Radik Khubbiev 65
Abduvahob Nizamov 66
Vasiliy Medvedev 67
Khasan Rakhimov 68
266
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 124 athletes from 38 countries participated in the Men's short race. The announced athletes from  Burundi,  Nigeria,  Sudan, and  Uganda did not show.[7][8]

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. ^ Downes, Steven (March 23, 2001), Victory sees Bekele ready to take Dublin at the double, IAAF, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.2km CC Men - Dublin Leopardstown Date: Saturday, March 23, 2002, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 30, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Official Results - CROSS SHORT RACE Men - Saturday, March 23, 2002, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  8. ^ a b Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Short Race - men, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  9. ^ Official Results - CROSS SHORT RACE Men - Team - Saturday, March 23, 2002, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  10. ^ Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Short Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  11. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 30, 2013 
  12. ^ 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