2002 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

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2002 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
2002 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 11th
Date May 5
Host city Brussels, Belgium Belgium
Nations participating 60
Athletes participating 198
Races 2

The 11th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on May 5, 2002 in the city of Brussels, Belgium. A total of 198 athletes, 123 men and 75 women, from 60 countries took part. Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results were given both for the men's race[1][2] and for the women's race.[3][4]

Complete results were published[5] for the men's race,[6][7] for the women's race,[8][9] for men's team,[10][11] and for women's team.[12][13]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Men  Paul Kosgei (KEN) 1:00:39  Jaouad Gharib (MAR) 1:00:42  John Yuda (TAN) 1:00:57
Women  Berhane Adere (ETH) 1:09:06  Susan Chepkemei (KEN) 1:09:13  Jeļena Prokopčuka (LAT) 1:09:15
Team
Team Men  Kenya 3:04:42  Japan 3:07:12  Ethiopia 3:07:25
Team Women  Kenya 3:28:22  Russia 3:30:05  Ethiopia 3:30:58

Race Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 !1 Paul Kosgei  Kenya 1:00:39
2 !2 Jaouad Gharib  Morocco 1:00:42 PB
3 !3 John Yuda  Tanzania 1:00:57
4 Yonas Kifle  Eritrea 1:01:05
5 Tesfaye Jifar  Ethiopia 1:01:11
6 Shadrack Hoff  South Africa 1:01:23
7 Rachid Berradi  Italy 1:01:32
8 Atsushi Sato  Japan 1:01:37 PB
9 Charles Kamathi  Kenya 1:02:01
10 Paul Kirui  Kenya 1:02:02
11 Julio Rey  Spain 1:02:10
12 Javier Cortés  Spain 1:02:13
13 Amebesse Tolossa  Ethiopia 1:02:19
14 Marco Mazza  Italy 1:02:21
15 Hendrick Ramaala  South Africa 1:02:27
16 Alberto Chaíça  Portugal 1:02:29
17 Toshihide Kato  Japan 1:02:35
18 Augustin Togon  Kenya 1:02:59
19 Kurao Umeki  Japan 1:03:00
20 Francis Yiga  Uganda 1:03:04 PB
21 Zersenay Tadesse  Eritrea 1:03:05
22 Tetsuo Nishikawa  Japan 1:03:06
23 Mohamed Serbouti  France 1:03:08
24 Augusto Gomes  France 1:03:09
25 David Morris  United States 1:03:26
26 Jean-Berchmans Ndayisenga  Burundi 1:03:27
27 Guy Fays  Belgium 1:03:29
28 Janne Holmén  Finland 1:03:33
29 Vital Gahungu  Burundi 1:03:35
30 Josia Thugwane  South Africa 1:03:39
31 Scott Larson  United States 1:03:42
32 Moustafa Ahmed Cheboto  Uganda 1:03:44
33 Alberto Juzdado  Spain 1:03:47
34 Alfred Shemweta  Sweden 1:03:49
35 Jim Jurcevich  United States 1:03:51 PB
36 Hassan El Ahmadi  France 1:03:52
37 Worku Bikila  Ethiopia 1:03:55
38 Brian Sell  United States 1:03:57 PB
39 Odilón Cuahutle  Mexico 1:03:59 PB
40 Daniele Caimmi  Italy 1:04:00
41 Ndabili Bashingili  Botswana 1:04:18
42 Frédéric Collignon  Belgium 1:04:19 PB
43 Christian Nemeth  Belgium 1:04:22
44 Getachew Kebede  Ethiopia 1:04:23
45 Antonio Peña  Spain 1:04:24
46 Stéphane Hannot  France 1:04:24
47 Medison Chibwe  Zambia 1:04:28
48 Marco Gielen  Netherlands 1:04:33
49 Valdenor dos Santos  Brazil 1:04:34
50 Pavel Faschingbauer  Czech Republic 1:04:39
51 Zhang Donglin  China 1:04:46
52 Thuso Dihoro  Botswana 1:04:53
53 George Ntshiliza  South Africa 1:04:59
54 Hidemori Noguchi  Japan 1:05:06
55 Ahmed Jumaa Jaber  Qatar 1:05:07
56 Wodage Zvadya  Israel 1:05:08
57 Magnus Bergman  Sweden 1:05:08
58 Jeff Campbell  United States 1:05:24
59 Miguel Mallqui  Peru 1:05:26
60 Takhir Mamashayev  Belarus 1:05:28 PB
61 Toni Bernadó  Andorra 1:05:29
62 Hilaire Ntirampeba  Burundi 1:05:31
63 Ali Mabrouk El-Zaidi  Libya 1:05:32
64 Viktor Lomonosov  Belarus 1:05:33
65 Constantino León  Peru 1:05:36
66 Oleg Gutnik  Belarus 1:05:50
67 Li Zhuhong  China 1:06:02
68 William Struyven  France 1:06:02
69 Enoch Skosana  South Africa 1:06:03
70 Raúl Pacheco  Peru 1:06:04
71 Yusuf Zepak  Turkey 1:06:11
72 Ahmed Abdel Mougod Soliman  Egypt 1:06:12
73 Denis Curzi  Italy 1:06:16
74 Tesfit Berhe  Eritrea 1:06:16
75 Jumah Al-Noor  Qatar 1:06:19
76 Ramiro Morán  Spain 1:06:20
77 Mcmillan Mwansa  Zambia 1:06:27 PB
78 Adamou Aboubakar  Cameroon 1:06:40
79 Ahmed Saleh  Qatar 1:06:56
80 Foaad Abubaker  Qatar 1:06:56 PB
81 Li He  China 1:07:03
82 Yevgeniy Medvednikov  Kazakhstan 1:07:05
83 Eduardo Rojas  Mexico 1:07:12
84 Zeki Öztürk  Turkey 1:07:21
85 Khimu Giri    Nepal 1:07:22 PB
86 Drago Paripović  Croatia 1:07:27
87 Martin Toroitich  Uganda 1:07:42
88 Furkan Boyan  Turkey 1:07:48
89 Ion Luchianov  Moldova 1:08:11
90 Rik Ceulemans  Belgium 1:08:16
91 Hussein Hamid Mousa  Qatar 1:08:30
92 Ivica Škopac  Croatia 1:08:38
93 Arkadiy Tolstyn/Nikitin  Kyrgyzstan 1:08:57
94 Salah Juaim  Yemen 1:09:28
95 Ahmet Yavuz  Turkey 1:09:41
96 Bat-Ochir Ser-Od  Mongolia 1:09:54
97 Rafael Muñoz  Mexico 1:10:13
98 Nedeljko Ravić  Croatia 1:10:26
99 Mathieu Kouanotso  Cameroon 1:10:41
100 Umaru Mohamed  Nigeria 1:10:43
101 Vasiliy Medvedev  Uzbekistan 1:10:43
102 Raibat Dahal    Nepal 1:10:57
103 Mohamed Issa  Libya 1:10:58
104 Khasan Rakhimov  Uzbekistan 1:11:19
105 Charles Cilia  Malta 1:11:24
106 Sergey Zabavskiy  Tajikistan 1:11:29
107 Nazirdin Akylbekov  Kyrgyzstan 1:12:55
108 Dovran Amandjayev  Turkmenistan 1:13:24
109 Kursan Jusupaliyev  Kyrgyzstan 1:14:40
110 Sifli Ahar  Brunei 1:14:52
111 Kaelo Mosalagae  Botswana 1:15:31
112 Lee Kar Lun  Hong Kong 1:15:46
113 Kun Sio Pan  Macau 1:16:23 PB
114 Mamadou Alpha Barry  Guinea 1:17:01
115 Vladimir Escajadillo  Peru 1:21:33
116 Mark Hydes  Cayman Islands 1:22:41
117 Ihab Salama  Palestine 1:29:01
Berhanu Addane  Ethiopia DNF
Amara Sangare  Guinea DNF
Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot  Kenya DNF
Khaingaikhuu Uvgunkhuu  Mongolia DNF
Luís Novo  Portugal DNF
Mohammed Mourhit  Belgium DQ
Jean-Paul Niyonsaba  Burundi DNS

: Mohammed Mourhit from  Belgium was initially 23rd (1:03:08), but tested positive for EPO.[14]

Women's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1 !1 Berhane Adere  Ethiopia 1:09:06
2 !2 Susan Chepkemei  Kenya 1:09:13
3 !3 Jeļena Prokopčuka  Latvia 1:09:15
4 Mihaela Botezan  Romania 1:09:24 PB
5 Pamela Chepchumba  Kenya 1:09:30
6 Olivera Jevtić  Yugoslavia 1:09:33
7 Lenah Cheruiyot  Kenya 1:09:39
8 Marleen Renders  Belgium 1:09:40
9 Mizuki Noguchi  Japan 1:09:43
10 Asmae Leghzaoui  Morocco 1:09:46
11 Kerryn McCann  Australia 1:09:47
12 Svetlana Zakharova  Russia 1:09:48 PB
13 Lyudmila Petrova  Russia 1:09:55
14 Sonia O'Sullivan  Ireland 1:10:04 PB
15 Luminița Talpoș  Romania 1:10:08 PB
16 Irina Safarova  Russia 1:10:22
17 Asha Gigi  Ethiopia 1:10:42 PB
18 Leila Aman  Ethiopia 1:11:10 PB
19 Mikie Takanaka  Japan 1:11:16
20 Ines Chenonge  Kenya 1:11:25
21 Kiyomi Ogawa  Japan 1:11:27
22 Constantina Diţă-Tomescu  Romania 1:11:34
23 Silvia Skvortsova  Russia 1:11:39
24 Shitaye Gemechu  Ethiopia 1:11:43
25 Alina Tecuţă/Gherasim  Romania 1:11:48
26 Gunhild Haugen  Norway 1:11:56
27 Mari Ozaki  Japan 1:11:57
28 Cristina Pomacu  Romania 1:12:19
29 Wei Yanan  China 1:12:23
30 Maria Guida  Italy 1:12:26
31 Viktoriya Klimina  Russia 1:12:33
32 Gloria Marconi  Italy 1:12:41
33 Chantal Dällenbach  France 1:12:50
34 Zhang Shujing  China 1:13:04
35 Petra Kamínková/Drajzajtlová  Czech Republic 1:13:08
36 Silvia Sommaggio  Italy 1:13:31
37 María Abel  Spain 1:13:58
37 María Abel  Sweden 1:13:58
38 Worknesh Tola  Ethiopia 1:13:58
39 Nili Avramski  Israel 1:13:59 PB
41 Irma Heeren  Netherlands 1:14:11
42 Mounia Aboulahcen  Belgium 1:14:13
43 Tegla Loroupe  Kenya 1:14:23
44 Jin Li  China 1:14:36
45 Monia Capelli  Italy 1:14:38 PB
46 Rodica Moroianu  France 1:14:49
47 Amanda Wright-Allen  Great Britain 1:14:53
48 Charné Rademeyer  South Africa 1:15:19
49 Yelena Tolstygina  Belarus 1:15:27
50 Sandra Van Den Haesevelde  Belgium 1:15:31
51 Cathérine Lallemand  Belgium 1:15:59
52 Rosa Gutierrez  United States 1:16:28 PB
53 Misti Demko  United States 1:16:51
54 Kim Pawelek  United States 1:17:30
55 Linda Somers  United States 1:17:38
56 Monica Hostetler  United States 1:18:02
57 Marina Gurbina  Kazakhstan 1:18:33
58 Magdaline Morobi  South Africa 1:18:37
59 Carol Galea  Malta 1:18:39
60 Yekaterina Shatnaya  Kazakhstan 1:18:59
61 Gulsara Dadabayeva  Tajikistan 1:19:08
62 Caroline Desprez  France 1:19:10
63 Ann Parmentier  Belgium 1:19:32
64 Nicole Whiteford  South Africa 1:20:40
65 Christiana Augustine  Nigeria 1:21:59
66 Dildar Mamedova  Turkmenistan 1:21:59 PB
67 Rashida Sarbasova  Kazakhstan 1:23:06 PB
68 Chanda Mwansa  Zambia 1:25:43
Marizete Rezende  Brazil DNF
Annemette Jensen  Denmark DNF
Zahia Dahmani  France DNF
Kadiatou Diallo  Guinea DNF
Stine Larsen  Norway DNF
Carlien Cornelissen  South Africa DNF
Irina Matrosova  Uzbekistan DNF
Yumiko Hara  Japan DNS
Rosita Rota Gelpi  Italy DNS
Maria Condrea  Moldova DNS
Nebiat Habtemariam  Eritrea DNS

Team Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1 !1  Kenya Paul Kosgei
Charles Kamathi
Paul Kirui
3:04:42
2 !2  Japan Atsushi Sato
Toshihide Kato
Kurao Umeki
3:07:12
3 !3  Ethiopia Tesfaye Jifar
Amebesse Tolossa
Worku Bikila
3:07:25
4  South Africa Shadrack Hoff
Hendrick Ramaala
Josia Thugwane
3:07:29
5  Italy Rachid Berradi
Marco Mazza
Daniele Caimmi
3:07:53
6  Spain Julio Rey
Javier Cortés
Alberto Juzdado
3:08:10
7  France Mohamed Serbouti
Augusto Gomes
Hassan El Ahmadi
3:10:09
8  Eritrea Yonas Kifle
Zersenay Tadesse
Tesfit Berhe
3:10:26
9  United States David Morris
Scott Larson
Jim Jurcevich
3:10:59
10  Belgium Guy Fays
Frédéric Collignon
Christian Nemeth
3:12:10
11  Burundi Jean-Berchmans Ndayisenga
Vital Gahungu
Hilaire Ntirampeba
3:12:33
12  Uganda Francis Yiga
Moustafa Ahmed Cheboto
Martin Toroitich
3:14:30
13  Belarus Takhir Mamashayev
Viktor Lomonosov
Oleg Gutnik
3:16:51
14  Peru Miguel Mallqui
Constantino León
Raúl Pacheco
3:17:06
15  China Zhang Donglin
Li Zhuhong
Li He
3:17:51
16  Qatar Ahmed Jumaa Jaber
Jumah Al-Noor
Ahmed Saleh
3:18:22
17  Turkey Yusuf Zepak
Zeki Öztürk
Furkan Boyan
3:21:20
18  Mexico Odilón Cuahutle
Eduardo Rojas
Rafael Muñoz
3:21:24
19  Botswana Ndabili Bashingili
Thuso Dihoro
Kaelo Mosalagae
3:24:42
20  Croatia Drago Paripović
Ivica Škopac
Nedeljko Ravić
3:26:31
21  Kyrgyzstan Arkadiy Tolstyn/Nikitin
Nazirdin Akylbekov
Kursan Jusupaliyev
3:36:32

Women's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1 !1  Kenya Susan Chepkemei
Pamela Chepchumba
Lenah Cheruiyot
3:28:22
2 !2  Russia Svetlana Zakharova
Lyudmila Petrova
Irina Safarova
3:30:05
3 !3  Ethiopia Berhane Adere
Asha Gigi
Leila Aman
3:30:58
4  Romania Mihaela Botezan
Luminița Talpoș
Constantina Diţă-Tomescu
3:31:06
5  Japan Mizuki Noguchi
Mikie Takanaka
Kiyomi Ogawa
3:32:26
6  Italy Maria Guida
Gloria Marconi
Silvia Sommaggio
3:38:38
7  Belgium Marleen Renders
Mounia Aboulahcen
Sandra Van Den Haesevelde
3:39:24
8  China Wei Yanan
Zhang Shujing
Jin Li
3:40:03
9  France Chantal Dällenbach
Rodica Moroianu
Caroline Desprez
3:46:49
10  United States Rosa Gutierrez
Misti Demko
Kim Pawelek
3:50:49
11  South Africa Charné Rademeyer
Magdaline Morobi
Nicole Whiteford
3:54:36
12  Kazakhstan Marina Gurbina
Yekaterina Shatnaya
Rashida Sarbasova
4:00:38

Participation[edit]

The participation of 198 athletes (123 men/75 women) from 60 countries is reported.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kosgei snatches gold for Kenya in final metres, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  2. ^ Kosgei snatches gold for Kenya in final metres, IAAF, May 4, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  3. ^ Adere bides her time and takes women's title in sprint finish, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  4. ^ Adere bides her time and takes women's title in sprint finish, IAAF, May 4, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  5. ^ a b IAAF WORLD HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS - KAVARNA 2012 - FACTS & FIGURES - Incorporating the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (1992-2005/2008-2010) & the IAAF World Road Running Championships 2006/2007, IAAF, retrieved September 1, 2013 
  6. ^ Official Results - HALF MARATHON Men, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 11th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 05 MAY 2002 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Results - HALF MARATHON Women, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 11th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 05 MAY 2002 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  10. ^ Official Team Results - HALF MARATHON Men, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  11. ^ Results - 11th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 05 MAY 2002 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  12. ^ Official Team Results - HALF MARATHON Women, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  13. ^ Results - 11th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 05 MAY 2002 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, May 5, 2002, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  14. ^ Mourhit suspended until May 2004: report, ABC News (Australia), May 22, 2003, retrieved September 7, 2013 

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