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

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Junior women's race at the 2003 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 31st
Date March 29
Host city Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland Switzerland
Location L'Institut Équestre National d'Avenches
Nations participating 31
Athletes participating 104
Races 1
Distances 6.215 – Junior women

The Junior women'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 29, 2003. Reports onf 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 women's race (6.215)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 20:21
2 Peninah Chepchumba  Kenya 20:22
3 Gelete Burka  Ethiopia 20:28
4 Meselech Melkamu  Ethiopia 20:33
5 Emily Chebet  Kenya 20:39
6 Sentayehu Ejigu  Ethiopia 20:56
7 Gladys Chemweno  Kenya 21:09
8 Anesie Kwizera  Burundi 21:13
9 Chemutai Rionotukei  Kenya 21:33
10 Valentine Koech  Kenya 21:34
11 Sharon Kipsang  Kenya 21:40
12 Aziza Aliyu  Ethiopia 21:49
13 Mariem Alaoui Selsouli  Morocco 21:54
14 Charlotte Dale  United Kingdom 21:56
15 Simret Sultan  Eritrea 22:11
16 Irvette van Blerk  South Africa 22:17
17 Lamberte Nyabamikazi  Rwanda 22:18
18 Belaynesh Fekadu  Ethiopia 22:31
19 Siham Hilali  Morocco 22:32
20 Amy Hastings  United States 22:34
21 Stefanie Murer   Switzerland 22:38
22 Najat El Fiddi  Morocco 22:47
23 Habiba Ghribi  Tunisia 22:48
24 Olga Minina  Belarus 22:48
25 Rebecca Walter  United States 22:50
26 Silvia La Barbera  Italy 22:54
27 Danielle Barnes  United Kingdom 22:58
28 Türkan Bozkurt  Turkey 22:59
29 Zhang Chong  China 23:00
30 Adina Barbinta  Romania 23:03
31 Marta Romo  Spain 23:14
32 Laura Silva  Portugal 23:22
33 Fionnuala Britton  Ireland 23:23
34 Yousra Jemmali  Tunisia 23:30
35 Liu Lixia  China 23:30
36 Li Lihua  China 23:32
37 Aine Hoban  United Kingdom 23:34
38 Amira Benamor  Tunisia 23:34
39 Clara Horowitz  United States 23:35
40 Yang Juan  China 23:35
41 Julia Lucas  United States 23:40
42 Nancy Frouin  France 23:41
43 Anne-Laure Vidal  France 23:43
44 Faye Fullerton  United Kingdom 23:45
45 Clare Goodwin  New Zealand 23:54
46 Hanane Makhloufi  Algeria 23:56
47 Jiang Chengcheng  China 23:58
48 Yekaterina Tunguskova  Uzbekistan 24:00
49 Imène Badraoui  Tunisia 24:00
50 Safa Aissaoui  Tunisia 24:01
51 Angela Homan  United States 24:02
52 Chahrazad Cheboub  Algeria 24:02
53 Olga Rezkaya  Belarus 24:03
54 Marieken Verhaeghe  Belgium 24:04
55 Aslı Çakır  Turkey 24:05
56 Mélanie Veron  France 24:06
57 Ruth Proctor  United Kingdom 24:06
58 Laura Hodgson  United States 24:08
59 Corina Dumbraveanu  Romania 24:09
60 Nikki Tufts  Canada 24:12
61 Anke van Campen  Belgium 24:19
62 Isabel Macías  Spain 24:20
63 Sophie Maranda  Canada 24:21
64 Clemantine Nyiraguhirwa  Rwanda 24:26
65 Marta Fernández  Spain 24:30
66 Loubna Jao  Morocco 24:36
67 Doaa Adel  Egypt 24:36
68 Tatyana Lukashuk  Belarus 24:38
69 Barkehoum Belagrouz  Algeria 24:39
70 Jenny Leonard  France 24:43
71 Laila Klilech  Morocco 24:49
72 Hanem Abou Seada  Egypt 24:49
73 Fatna Chtoina  Morocco 24:50
74 Danette Doetzel  Canada 24:55
75 Kirsten Braem  Belgium 24:57
76 Irina Padabed  Belarus 24:58
77 Carmen Ballard  Canada 25:03
78 Lynelle Blignaut  South Africa 25:04
79 Fatma Zohra Kasdi  Algeria 25:07
80 Edna Souza  Brazil 25:10
81 Maica Rodríguez  Spain 25:14
82 Deborah Büttel   Switzerland 25:15
83 Sara Abou Hassan  Egypt 25:17
84 Julia Hicks  Canada 25:18
85 Seham El Agizy  Egypt 25:20
86 Heba Abou Wahdan  Egypt 25:25
87 Hassiba Mahiddine  Algeria 25:26
88 Amanda McAllister  Canada 25:33
89 Helena Pluymers  Belgium 25:37
90 Veronika Kirgizbayeva  Uzbekistan 25:39
91 Fadhila Cheffara  Algeria 25:58
92 Irina Moroz  Uzbekistan 26:02
93 Marina Hmelevskaya  Uzbekistan 26:29
94 Monica Gutierrez  Spain 26:34
95 Yeter Karakoc  Turkey 26:39
96 Aysen Özkul  Turkey 27:01
97 Marija Loncarevic  Croatia 27:13
98 Binnaz Uslu  Turkey 27:23
99 Nadima Mirzoeva  Tajikistan 28:43
100 Parvina Ziyaeva  Tajikistan 29:32
Adrienne Herzog  Netherlands DNF
Katrina Wootton  United Kingdom DNF
Miriam Ortiz  Spain DNF
Yekaterina Ilyazova  Turkmenistan DNF
Evelyne Mayunga  Democratic Republic of the Congo DNS
Lemlem Bereket  Eritrea DNS
Élodie Guégan  France DNS
Maiama Baïlo Souare  Guinea DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Ethiopia
Tirunesh Dibaba 1
Gelete Burka 3
Meselech Melkamu 4
Sentayehu Ejigu 6
(Aziza Aliyu) (n/s)
(Belaynesh Fekadu) (n/s)
14
2  Kenya
Peninah Chepchumba 2
Emily Chebet 5
Gladys Chemweno 7
Chemutai Rionotukei 8
(Valentine Koech) (n/s)
(Sharon Kipsang) (n/s)
22
3  Morocco
Mariem Alaoui Selsouli 9
Siham Hilali 11
Najat El Fiddi 13
Loubna Jao 45
(Laila Klilech) (n/s)
(Fatna Chtoina) (n/s)
78
4  United States
Amy Hastings 12
Rebecca Walter 16
Clara Horowitz 26
Julia Lucas 28
(Angela Homan) (n/s)
(Laura Hodgson) (n/s)
82
5  United Kingdom
Charlotte Dale 10
Danielle Barnes 17
Aine Hoban 24
Faye Fullerton 31
(Ruth Proctor) (n/s)
(Katrina Wootton) (DNF)
82
6  China
Zhang Chong 19
Liu Lixia 22
Li Lihua 23
Yang Juan 27
(Jiang Chengcheng) (n/s)
91
7  Tunisia
Habiba Ghribi 14
Yousra Jemmali 21
Amira Benamor 25
Imène Badraoui 34
(Safa Aissaoui) (n/s)
94
8  France
Nancy Frouin 29
Anne-Laure Vidal 30
Mélanie Veron 39
Jenny Leonard 49
147
9  Belarus
Olga Minina 15
Olga Rezkaya 36
Tatyana Lukashuk 47
Irina Padabed 53
151
10  Spain
Marta Romo 20
Isabel Macías 42
Marta Fernández 44
Maica Rodríguez 56
(Monica Gutierrez) (n/s)
(Miriam Ortiz) (DNF)
162
11  Algeria
Hanane Makhloufi 32
Chahrazad Cheboub 35
Barkehoum Belagrouz 48
Fatma Zohra Kasdi 55
(Hassiba Mahiddine) (n/s)
(Fadhila Cheffara) (n/s)
170
12  Turkey
Türkan Bozkurt 18
Aslı Çakır 38
Yeter Karakoc 63
Aysen Özkul 64
(Binnaz Uslu) (n/s)
183
13  Canada
Nikki Tufts 40
Sophie Maranda 43
Danette Doetzel 51
Carmen Ballard 54
(Julia Hicks) (n/s)
(Amanda McAllister) (n/s)
188
14  Belgium
Marieken Verhaeghe 37
Anke van Campen 41
Kirsten Braem 52
Helena Pluymers 59
189
15  Egypt
Doaa Adel 46
Hanem Abou Seada 50
Sara Abou Hassan 57
Seham El Agizy 58
(Heba Abou Wahdan) (n/s)
211
16  Uzbekistan
Yekaterina Tunguskova 33
Veronika Kirgizbayeva 60
Irina Moroz 61
Marina Hmelevskaya 62
216
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 104 athletes from 31 countries participated in the Junior women's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11] The announced athletes from the  Democratic Republic of the Congo and  Guinea did not show.[6][7]

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. ^ Dibaba’s alchemy defies Chepchumba - women's junior race in Lausanne, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 6.2km CC Women - Lausanne Institut National Equestre Avenches Date: Saturday, March 29, 2003, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 31, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Junior Race - W Final, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Junior Race - women, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - W, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Junior Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 29, 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, IAAF, p. 2ff, retrieved October 31, 2013