2003 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 2003 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 31st
Date March 30
Host city Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland Switzerland
Location L'Institut Équestre National d'Avenches
Nations participating 30
Athletes participating 121
Races 1
Distances 7.92 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 2003 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the L'Institut Équestre National in Avenches near Lausanne, Switzerland, on March 30, 2003. 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 (7.92 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 22:47
2nd Boniface Kiprop  Uganda 22:49
3rd Solomon Bushendich  Kenya 22:51
4 Augustine Choge  Kenya 22:55
5 Girma Assefa  Ethiopia 22:58
6 Getachew Dinku  Ethiopia 23:10
7 Moses Mosop  Kenya 23:17
8 Tessema Absher  Ethiopia 23:22
9 Solomon Molla  Ethiopia 23:27
10 Barnabas Kosgei  Kenya 23:45
11 Dehe Woyesha  Ethiopia 24:03
12 Kipkorir Chepkwony  Kenya 24:06
13 James Kibet  Uganda 24:10
14 Simon Tesfai  Eritrea 24:11
15 Tesfaye Mengistu  Ethiopia 24:12
16 Tadesse Abrham  Eritrea 24:14
17 Yassine Mandour  Morocco 24:15
18 Moses Kipsiro  Uganda 24:17
19 Lahoussine Dhame  Morocco 24:26
20 Noureddine Athamna  Algeria 24:29
21 Mohamed Fadil  Morocco 24:36
22 Driss Bensaïd  Morocco 24:38
23 Yegeniy Rybakov  Russia 24:39
24 Samson Kiflemariam  Eritrea 24:50
25 Yassine Abatourab  Morocco 24:51
26 Bill Nelson  United States 24:52
27 Isaac Kiprop  Uganda 24:55
28 Mohamed Moustaoui  Morocco 24:59
29 Aïssa Dahmar  Algeria 25:07
30 Mourad Naami  Algeria 25:11
31 Ahmed Khamlaoui  Tunisia 25:13
32 Martin Kiplimo  Uganda 25:14
33 Aleksey Aleksandrov  Russia 25:25
34 Timothy Moore  United States 25:25
35 Anatoliy Rybakov  Russia 25:29
36 Teklit Ketema  Eritrea 25:35
37 Ali Abdalla  Sudan 25:36
38 Jérémy Pierrat  France 25:38
39 Peter Ashak  Sudan 25:40
40 Cristinel Irimia  Romania 25:41
41 Abdalla Abdelgadir  Sudan 25:46
42 Mario van Wayenberghe  Belgium 25:47
43 Mikhail Zhdanov  Russia 25:47
44 Brett Gotcher  United States 25:48
45 Andy Weilacher  United States 25:49
46 James Hower  United States 25:50
47 Aleksey Reunkov  Russia 25:50
48 Tom Humphries  United Kingdom 25:54
49 Ibrahim Sboui  Tunisia 25:56
50 Hamza Djeghima  Algeria 25:56
51 Kurt Benninger  Canada 25:59
52 Stefano La Rosa  Italy 26:01
53 Mohamed El Gayar  Egypt 26:03
54 Ryan McLeod  United Kingdom 26:06
55 Yoan Meudec  France 26:07
56 David Pomies  France 26:10
57 Marco Majori  Italy 26:11
58 Djelloul Aggoun  Algeria 26:11
59 Adam Hortian  Canada 26:13
60 Hamaza Hamid  Sudan 26:14
61 Arkaitz Nogales  Spain 26:15
62 Marius Ionescu  Romania 26:16
63 Bret Schoolmeester  United States 26:17
64 Stefano Cugusi  Italy 26:19
65 Aleksandr Mikhaylov  Belarus 26:19
66 Christopher Berraho  France 26:20
67 Amer Ayyad Helil  Egypt 26:21
68 Joaquin Carlus  Spain 26:23
69 Marc Roig  Spain 26:26
70 Benyoucef Fettah  Algeria 26:26
71 Francisco España  Spain 26:27
72 Braden Novakowski  Canada 26:29
73 Nihat Kaya  Turkey 26:30
74 Craig Appleby  Australia 26:34
75 Ruslan Nasyrov  Uzbekistan 26:39
76 Tom Lancashire  United Kingdom 26:44
77 Ahmed El Radi  Sudan 26:45
78 Ali Yaydar Tekgoz  Turkey 26:46
79 Kristjan Hunter  Canada 26:46
80 Alexis Traub  France 26:50
81 Sergey Reunkov  Russia 26:51
82 Kristof Mouton  Belgium 26:53
83 Vitaliy Kolodin  Turkmenistan 26:54
84 Collis Birmingham  Australia 26:55
85 Rolf Rüfenacht   Switzerland 26:57
86 Mohamed Ali Gmati  Tunisia 26:59
87 Yuriy Adnaochka  Belarus 26:59
88 Daniel Fässler   Switzerland 27:02
89 Tsimafei Nedzialevich  Belarus 27:05
90 Ajmal Amirov  Tajikistan 27:05
91 Ahmed Bakry  Egypt 27:10
92 Mathias Büschi   Switzerland 27:11
93 Sam Jacobs  United Kingdom 27:13
94 Claudio Ammann   Switzerland 27:17
95 Matt Loiselle  Canada 27:18
96 Erdal Bucut  Turkey 27:20
97 Gert van Poucke  Belgium 27:21
98 Omar Rachedi  Italy 27:21
99 Matija Petricevic  Croatia 27:22
100 Slaheddine Chnini  Tunisia 27:23
101 Geoff Kerr  Canada 27:41
102 Nozimjon Irmatov  Tajikistan 27:51
103 Pedro Martins  Portugal 27:52
104 Alejandro González  Spain 27:57
105 Hamdullah Gul  Turkey 28:09
106 Patrick Gentsch   Switzerland 28:11
107 Marat Nizamov  Uzbekistan 28:29
108 Denis Galerin  Belgium 28:47
109 Yodgor Akhmatov  Uzbekistan 28:54
110 Michael Sanchez  Gibraltar 28:57
111 Amir Garifullin  Uzbekistan 28:57
112 Igor Daronin  Belarus 29:05
113 Fabian Hertner   Switzerland 29:18
114 Adem Belir  Turkey 31:43
115 Gi Ka Man  Hong Kong 32:07
116 Lee Taylor  Gibraltar 34:17
Philippe Le Ferrand  France DNF
Mark Christie  Ireland DNF
Salah Badri  Tunisia DNF
Enea Longo  Italy DNF
José Antonio Molina  Spain DNF
Zaki Hussein  Egypt DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Kenya
Eliud Kipchoge 1
Solomon Bushendich 3
Augustine Choge 4
Moses Mosop 7
(Barnabas Kosgei) (n/s)
(Kipkorir Chepkwony) (n/s)
15
2nd  Ethiopia
Girma Assefa 5
Getachew Dinku 6
Tessema Absher 8
Solomon Molla 9
(Dehe Woyesha) (n/s)
(Tesfaye Mengistu) (n/s)
28
3rd  Uganda
Boniface Kiprop 2
James Kibet 10
Moses Kipsiro 14
Isaac Kiprop 22
(Martin Kiplimo) (n/s)
48
4  Morocco
Yassine Mandour 13
Lahoussine Dhame 15
Mohamed Fadil 17
Driss Bensaïd 18
(Yassine Abatourab) (n/s)
(Mohamed Moustaoui) (n/s)
63
5  Eritrea
Simon Tesfai 11
Tadesse Abrham 12
Samson Kiflemariam 20
Teklit Ketema 29
72
6  Algeria
Noureddine Athamna 16
Aïssa Dahmar 23
Mourad Naami 24
Hamza Djeghima 40
(Djelloul Aggoun) (n/s)
(Benyoucef Fettah) (n/s)
103
7  Russia
Yegeniy Rybakov 19
Aleksey Aleksandrov 26
Anatoliy Rybakov 28
Mikhail Zhdanov 35
(Aleksey Reunkov) (n/s)
(Sergey Reunkov) (n/s)
108
8  United States
Bill Nelson 21
Timothy Moore 27
Brett Gotcher 36
Andy Weilacher 37
(James Hower) (n/s)
(Bret Schoolmeester) (n/s)
121
9  Sudan
Ali Abdalla 30
Peter Ashak 32
Abdalla Abdelgadir 33
Hamaza Hamid 48
(Ahmed El Radi) (n/s)
143
10  France
Jérémy Pierrat 31
Yoan Meudec 44
David Pomies 45
Christopher Berraho 52
(Alexis Traub) (n/s)
(Philippe Le Ferrand) (DNF)
172
11  Tunisia
Ahmed Khamlaoui 25
Ibrahim Sboui 39
Mohamed Ali Gmati 64
Slaheddine Chnini 74
(Salah Badri) (DNF)
202
12  Canada
Kurt Benninger 41
Adam Hortian 47
Braden Novakowski 56
Kristjan Hunter 61
(Matt Loiselle) (n/s)
(Geoff Kerr) (n/s)
205
13  United Kingdom
Tom Humphries 38
Ryan McLeod 43
Tom Lancashire 59
Sam Jacobs 69
209
14  Spain
Arkaitz Nogales 49
Joaquin Carlus 53
Marc Roig 54
Francisco España 55
(Alejandro González) (n/s)
(José Antonio Molina) (DNF)
211
15  Italy
Stefano La Rosa 42
Marco Majori 46
Stefano Cugusi 50
Omar Rachedi 73
(Enea Longo) (DNF)
211
16  Belgium
Mario van Wayenberghe 34
Kristof Mouton 62
Gert van Poucke 72
Denis Galerin 77
245
17  Turkey
Nihat Kaya 57
Ali Yaydar Tekgoz 60
Erdal Bucut 71
Hamdullah Gul 75
(Adem Belir) (n/s)
263
18  Belarus
Aleksandr Mikhaylov 51
Yuriy Adnaochka 65
Tsimafei Nedzialevich 67
Igor Daronin 80
263
19   Switzerland
Rolf Rüfenacht 63
Daniel Fässler 66
Mathias Büschi 68
Claudio Ammann 70
(Patrick Gentsch) (n/s)
(Fabian Hertner) (n/s)
267
20  Uzbekistan
Ruslan Nasyrov 58
Marat Nizamov 76
Yodgor Akhmatov 78
Amir Garifullin 79
291
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 121 athletes from 30 countries participated 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; Kidane of Ethiopia Wins World Title, New York Times, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  2. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY; Bekele and Masai Victorious Again, New York Times, March 31, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 31, 2003), Bekele blazes a trail past all others - Ethiopian defends long- and short-course crowns, Herald, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  4. ^ Kipchoge restores Kenyan pride - men's junior race in Lausanne, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.9km CC Men - Lausanne Institut National Equestre Avenches Date: Sunday, March 30, 2003, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 31, 2013 
  6. ^ Junior Race - M Final, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - M, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 31, 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 (PDF), IAAF, p. 2ff, retrieved October 31, 2013