2003 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Women's short race

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Women's short 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 28
Athletes participating 99
Races 6
Distances 4.03 km – Women's short

The Women's short 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]

Women's short race (4.03 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Edith Masai  Kenya 12:43
2 Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 12:44
3 Jane Wanjiku  Kenya 12:46
4 Isabella Ochichi  Kenya 12:48
5 Benita Johnson  Australia 12:48
6 Merima Denboba  Ethiopia 12:52
7 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 12:54
8 Alla Zhilyayeva  Russia 12:56
9 Ejagayehu Dibaba  Ethiopia 12:59
10 Eyerusalem Kuma  Ethiopia 12:59
11 Prisca Ngetich  Kenya 13:04
12 Émilie Mondor  Canada 13:07
13 Zhor El Kamch  Morocco 13:11
14 Olga Romanova  Russia 13:12
15 Una English  Ireland 13:18
16 Anália Rosa  Portugal 13:18
17 Bouchra Chaâbi  Morocco 13:19
18 Liz Yelling  United Kingdom 13:21
19 Sonja Stolić  Yugoslavia 13:25
20 Margaret Maury  France 13:26
21 Zahra Ouaziz  Morocco 13:27
22 Viola Kibiwott  Kenya 13:28
23 Mónica Rosa  Portugal 13:29
24 Amaia Piedra  Spain 13:30
25 Zulema Fuentes-Pila  Spain 13:30
26 Anna Thompson  Australia 13:31
27 Rosanna Martin  Italy 13:32
28 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 13:33
29 Adélia Elias  Portugal 13:34
30 Anastasiya Zubova  Russia 13:35
31 Helen Clitheroe  United Kingdom 13:36
32 Kylie Risk  Australia 13:40
33 Nadia Al-Jaffaini  Bahrain 13:41
34 Viktoriya Klimina  Russia 13:41
35 Hayley Tullett  United Kingdom 13:42
36 Maria Martins  France 13:43
37 Carmen Douma  Canada 13:43
38 Sarah Toland  United States 13:44
39 Anita Weyermann  Switzerland 13:44
40 Jo Pavey  United Kingdom 13:44
41 Anne Keenan-Buckley  Ireland 13:45
42 Mariya Pantyukhova  Russia 13:46
43 Tatyana Borisova  Kyrgyzstan 13:47
44 Ouafa Frekech  Morocco 13:47
45 Hayley McGregor  Australia 13:47
46 Silvia Weissteiner  Italy 13:48
47 Fernanda Miranda  Portugal 13:48
48 Hana Chaouach  Tunisia 13:49
49 Cristina Petite  Spain 13:49
50 Catherine Chikwakwa  Malawi 13:50
51 Vincenza Sicari  Italy 13:50
52 Iris Fuentes-Pila  Spain 13:50
53 Heather Sagan  United States 13:52
54 Kathy Butler  United Kingdom 13:53
55 Ann Marie Brooks  United States 13:54
56 Sarah Dupré  Canada 13:55
57 Andrea Etter  Switzerland 13:57
58 Rocío Martínez  Spain 13:59
59 Seloua Ouaziz  Morocco 14:01
60 Melissa Moon  New Zealand 14:01
61 Kimberly Smith  New Zealand 14:02
62 Sarah Dillabaugh  Canada 14:03
63 Nasria Azaïdj  Algeria 14:04
64 Sonia Bejarano  Spain 14:04
65 Christine Bardelle  France 14:07
66 Clarisse Cruz  Portugal 14:08
67 Elisabete Lopes  Portugal 14:09
68 Susana Rebolledo  Chile 14:09
69 Collette Liss  United States 14:11
70 Eloise Poppett  Australia 14:14
71 Valerie Vaughan  Ireland 14:16
72 Angela Rinicella  Italy 14:18
73 Cristiana Artuso  Italy 14:19
74 Christina Carruzzo  Switzerland 14:19
75 Kumi Tanabe  Japan 14:22
76 Molly Austin  United States 14:26
77 Mieke Geens  Belgium 14:28
78 Breda Dennehy  Ireland 14:29
79 Freya Murray  United Kingdom 14:30
80 Margaret Butler  Canada 14:30
81 Monique Zimmer  Switzerland 14:34
82 Anja Buysse  Belgium 14:34
83 Liesbeth van de Velde  Belgium 14:35
84 Niamh Beirne  Ireland 14:37
85 Rachel Penney  New Zealand 14:42
86 Bouchra M'Darra  France 14:46
87 Susan Michelsson  Australia 14:47
88 Sonia Barry  New Zealand 14:48
89 Maria McCambridge  Ireland 14:49
90 Yekaterina Priladnykh  Russia 14:53
91 Renata Bucher  Switzerland 15:24
92 Nathalie De Vos  Belgium 15:27
93 Zamira Amirova  Uzbekistan 15:30
94 Nigiste Neguse  Eritrea 15:41
95 Doaa Adel  Egypt 15:59
96 Yyldyz Durdiyeva  Turkmenistan 16:36
97 Anna Sidorova  Uzbekistan 17:11
Elodie Olivares  France DNF
Asmae Leghzaoui  Morocco DQ
Laurence Duquenoy  France DNS
Patrizia Tisi  Italy DNS
Miwako Yamanaka  Japan DNS
Helena Javornik  Slovenia DNS

: Asmae Leghzaoui from  Morocco finished 12th in 13:05 min, but was disqualified.

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Kenya
Edith Masai 1
Jane Wanjiku 3
Isabella Ochichi 4
Prisca Ngetich 10
(Viola Kibiwott) (n/s)
18
2  Ethiopia
Worknesh Kidane 2
Merima Denboba 6
Tirunesh Dibaba 7
Ejagayehu Dibaba 9
(Eyerusalem Kuma) (n/s)
(Bezunesh Bekele) (n/s)
24
3  Russia
Alla Zhilyayeva 8
Olga Romanova 13
Anastasiya Zubova 26
Viktoriya Klimina 29
(Mariya Pantyukhova) (n/s)
(Yekaterina Priladnykh) (n/s)
76
4  Morocco
Zhor El Kamch 12
Bouchra Chaâbi 16
Zahra Ouaziz 19
Ouafa Frekech 37
(Seloua Ouaziz) (n/s)
84
5  Australia
Benita Johnson 5
Anna Thompson 23
Kylie Risk 28
Hayley McGregor 38
(Eloise Poppett) (n/s)
(Susan Michelsson) (n/s)
94
6  Portugal
Anália Rosa 15
Mónica Rosa 20
Adélia Elias 25
Fernanda Miranda 40
(Clarisse Cruz) (n/s)
(Elisabete Lopes) (n/s)
100
7  United Kingdom
Liz Yelling 17
Helen Clitheroe 27
Hayley Tullett 30
Jo Pavey 35
(Kathy Butler) (n/s)
(Freya Murray) (n/s)
109
8  Spain
Amaia Piedra 21
Zulema Fuentes-Pila 22
Cristina Petite 41
Iris Fuentes-Pila 43
(Rocío Martínez) (n/s)
(Sonia Bejarano) (n/s)
127
9  Canada
Émilie Mondor 11
Carmen Douma 32
Sarah Dupré 46
Sarah Dillabaugh 50
(Margaret Butler) (n/s)
139
10  Italy
Rosanna Martin 24
Silvia Weissteiner 39
Vincenza Sicari 42
Angela Rinicella 54
(Cristiana Artuso) (n/s)
159
11  Ireland
Una English 14
Anne Keenan-Buckley 36
Valerie Vaughan 53
Breda Dennehy 57
(Niamh Beirne) (n/s)
(Maria McCambridge) (n/s)
160
12  France
Margaret Maury 18
Maria Martins 31
Christine Bardelle 51
Bouchra M'Darra 62
(Elodie Olivares) (DNF)
162
13  United States
Sarah Toland 33
Heather Sagan 44
Ann Marie Brooks 45
Collette Liss 52
(Molly Austin) (n/s)
174
14  Switzerland
Anita Weyermann 34
Andrea Etter 47
Christina Carruzzo 55
Monique Zimmer 58
(Renata Bucher) (n/s)
194
15  New Zealand
Melissa Moon 48
Kimberly Smith 49
Rachel Penney 61
Sonia Barry 63
221
16  Belgium
Mieke Geens 56
Anja Buysse 59
Liesbeth van de Velde 60
Nathalie De Vos 64
239
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 99 athletes from 28 countries participated in the Women's short race. The announced athlete from  Slovenia 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. ^ Henderson, Jason (March 30, 2003), Masai sprints to successful defence - women's short course race in Lausanne, IAAF, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.0km CC Women - Lausanne Institut National Equestre Avenches Date: Sunday, March 30, 2003, Athchamps (archived), retrieved October 31, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Short Race - W Final, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Short Race - women, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Short Race - W, IAAF, March 30, 2003, retrieved October 31, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 31st IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND 29 MAR 2003 - 30 MAR 2003 - Short Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 30, 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, IAAF, p. 2ff, retrieved October 31, 2013