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

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Senior 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 25
Athletes participating 65
Races 1
Distances 7.92 km – Senior women

The Senior 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 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]

Senior women's race (7.92 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 25:53
2nd Deena Drossin  United States 26:02
3rd Merima Denboba  Ethiopia 26:28
4 Eyerusalem Kuma  Ethiopia 26:30
5 Magdaline Chemjor  Kenya 26:33
6 Elizabeth Rumokol  Kenya 26:37
7 Colleen de Reuck  United States 26:49
8 Caroline Kilel  Kenya 26:55
9 Tereza Yohanes  Ethiopia 27:06
10 Asha Gigi  Ethiopia 27:12
11 Anália Rosa  Portugal 27:19
12 Jepkorir Ayabei  Kenya 27:27
13 Rocío Ríos  Spain 27:31
14 Alice Timbilil  Kenya 27:34
15 Katie McGregor  United States 27:36
16 Nebiat Habtemariam  Eritrea 27:37
17 Elva Dryer  United States 27:43
18 Beatriz Santíago  Spain 27:46
19 Hayley Yelling  United Kingdom 27:47
20 Helena Javornik  Slovenia 27:48
21 Patrizia Tisi  Italy 27:49
22 Kazue Ogoshi  Japan 27:50
23 Dorthe Vibjerg  Denmark 27:52
24 Ana Dias  Portugal 27:56
25 Milena Glusac  United States 27:57
26 María Abel  Spain 28:01
27 Fátima Cabral  Portugal 28:02
28 Louise Damen  United Kingdom 28:03
29 Alessandra Aguilar  Spain 28:04
30 Nadia Al-Jaffaini  Bahrain 28:13
31 Inês Monteiro  Portugal 28:15
32 Catherine Chikwakwa  Malawi 28:18
33 Bizunesh Deba  Ethiopia 28:18
34 Maria Luisa Lárraga  Spain 28:19
35 Marie-Luce Romanens   Switzerland 28:24
36 Helena Sampaio  Portugal 28:33
37 Claudia Oberli   Switzerland 28:34
38 Tausi Juma  Tanzania 28:35
39 Sara Wells  United States 28:43
40 Michelle Carson  Canada 28:45
41 Mónica Rosa  Portugal 28:45
42 Laura Pinela  Spain 28:53
43 Meryem Khali  Morocco 28:55
44 Mirja Moser   Switzerland 28:56
45 Kim Offergeld  Belgium 28:57
46 Soud Kanbouchia  Morocco 29:06
47 Faith Kamangila  Zimbabwe 29:29
48 Rukia Mkanda  Tanzania 29:34
49 Alison Rendell  Canada 29:37
50 Anja Smolders  Belgium 29:49
51 Corinne Debaets  Belgium 30:02
52 Melissa Moon  New Zealand 30:06
53 Maria Zambrano  Canada 30:08
54 Janine Moffett  Canada 30:14
55 Dina Cruz  Guatemala 30:37
56 Alexandra Babcock  Canada 31:00
57 Sarah Ali-Kahn  Canada 31:14
58 Samira Daoui  Morocco 31:20
59 Yekaterina Shatnaya  Kazakhstan 31:58
60 Lisha Hamilton  U.S. Virgin Islands 32:23
61 Dildar Mamedova  Turkmenistan 33:30
Sonja Stolić  Yugoslavia DNF
Fatiha Baouf  Belgium DNF
Pamela Chepchumba  Kenya DQ
Asmae Leghzaoui  Morocco DQ
Soumiya Labani  Morocco DQ
Restituta Joseph  Tanzania DNS
Banuelia Katesigwa  Tanzania DNS

: Pamela Chepchumba from  Kenya finished 6th in 26:35 min, Asmae Leghzaoui from  Morocco finished 18th in 27:39 min, but both were disqualified.

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Ethiopia
Worknesh Kidane 1
Merima Denboba 3
Eyerusalem Kuma 4
Tereza Yohanes 9
(Asha Gigi) (n/s)
(Bizunesh Deba) (n/s)
17
2nd  Kenya
Magdaline Chemjor 5
Elizabeth Rumokol 6
Caroline Kilel 8
Jepkorir Ayabei 11
(Alice Timbilil) (n/s)
30
3rd  United States
Deena Drossin 2
Colleen de Reuck 7
Katie McGregor 13
Elva Dryer 14
(Milena Glusac) (n/s)
(Sara Wells) (n/s)
36
4  Spain
Rocío Ríos 12
Beatriz Santíago 15
María Abel 17
Alessandra Aguilar 19
(Maria Luisa Lárraga) (n/s)
(Laura Pinela) (n/s)
63
5  Portugal
Anália Rosa 10
Ana Dias 16
Fátima Cabral 18
Inês Monteiro 20
(Helena Sampaio) (n/s)
(Mónica Rosa) (n/s)
64
6  Canada
Michelle Carson 21
Alison Rendell 22
Maria Zambrano 23
Janine Moffett 24
(Alexandra Babcock) (n/s)
(Sarah Ali-Kahn) (n/s)
90
DNF  Belgium
(Kim Offergeld) (n/s)
(Anja Smolders) (n/s)
(Corinne Debaets) (n/s)
(Fatiha Baouf) (DNF)
DNF
DQ  Morocco
(Meryem Khali) (n/s)
(Soud Kanbouchia) (n/s)
(Samira Daoui) (n/s)
(Asmae Leghzaoui) (DQ)
(Soumiya Labani) (DQ)
DQ
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 65 athletes from 25 countries participated in the Senior women's race.

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. ^ Henderson, Jason (March 29, 2003), Kidane completes Ethiopian first day triumph - women's long course race in Lausanne, IAAF, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.9km CC Women - Lausanne Institut National Equestre Avenches Date: Saturday, March 29, 2003, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 31, 2013 
  6. ^ Long Race - W Final, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Long Race - women, IAAF, March 29, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Long 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 - Long 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. ^ 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