2003 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

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2003 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
2003 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 12th
Date October 4
Host city Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal Portugal
Races 2

The 12th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on October 4, 2003 in Vilamoura, Portugal. A total of 171 athletes, 98 men and 73 women, from 49 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  Martin Lel (KEN) 1:00:49  Fabiano Joseph (TAN) 1:00:52  Martin Sulle (TAN) 1:00:56
Women  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 1:07:35  Berhane Adere (ETH) 1:09:02  Benita Johnson (AUS) 1:09:26
Team
Team Men  Tanzania 3:03:01  Kenya 3:03:09  Ethiopia 3:07:34
Team Women  Russia 3:30:16  Japan 3:34:23  Romania 3:35:07

Race Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Martin Lel  Kenya 1:00:49 PB
2nd Fabiano Joseph  Tanzania 1:00:52 PB
3rd Martin Sulle  Tanzania 1:00:56 PB
4 John Cheruiyot Korir  Kenya 1:01:02
5 John Yuda  Tanzania 1:01:13
6 Yusuf Songoka  Kenya 1:01:18
7 Zersenay Tadesse  Eritrea 1:01:26 PB
8 Jackson Koech  Kenya 1:01:28 PB
9 Tesfaye Tola  Ethiopia 1:01:35
10 Ridouane Harroufi  Morocco 1:02:46
11 Dereje Adere  Ethiopia 1:02:47
12 Abderrahim Goumri  Morocco 1:02:59
13 Paulo Gomes  Portugal 1:03:00 PB
14 Kazuyuki Maeda  Japan 1:03:07
15 Wilson Busienei  Uganda 1:03:08
16 Mesfin Hailu  Ethiopia 1:03:12
17 Tariku Jufar  Ethiopia 1:03:23
18 Rachid Aït Bensalem  Morocco 1:03:37
19 Abdelghani Lahlali  France 1:03:37
20 Oscar Fernández  Spain 1:03:41
21 Alex Malinga  Uganda 1:03:41 PB
22 Saïd Belhout  Algeria 1:03:48 PB
23 Tekle Menghisteab  Eritrea 1:03:49
24 Ignacio Cáceres  Spain 1:03:52 SB
25 Brian Sell  United States 1:03:53 PB
26 Mostafa Errebbah  Italy 1:03:54
27 Rachid El-Ghanmouni  Morocco 1:04:00
28 Tarik Bouzid  France 1:04:01
29 Tesfayohannes Mesfen  Eritrea 1:04:10 PB
30 Mustafa Mohamed  Sweden 1:04:14
31 Mohamed Serbouti  France 1:04:17
32 Toshinari Suwa  Japan 1:04:18
33 Solomon Tsige  Ethiopia 1:04:19
34 Ottaviano Andriani  Italy 1:04:23
35 Sergio Chiesa  Italy 1:04:34
36 Odilón Cuahutle  Mexico 1:04:41
37 Masahiko Takeyasu  Japan 1:04:46
38 José Dias  Portugal 1:04:48
39 Rik Ceulemans  Belgium 1:04:50
40 Wataru Okutani  Japan 1:04:51
41 Joachim Nshimirimana  Burundi 1:04:54
42 Said Hank  Algeria 1:04:55
43 Martin Toroitich  Uganda 1:04:57
44 Eduardo Rojas  Mexico 1:05:17
45 Iván Sánchez  Spain 1:05:20 SB
46 Karl Rasmussen  Norway 1:05:22
47 Kamal Kohil  Algeria 1:05:48
48 Francesco Ingargiola  Italy 1:05:53
49 Scott Westcott  Australia 1:05:57
50 Jussi Utriainen  Finland 1:05:59
51 Teren Jameson  United States 1:06:08
52 José Alejandro Semprún  Venezuela 1:06:21
53 Franklin Tenorio  Ecuador 1:06:23
54 Fabio Rinaldi  Italy 1:06:26
55 Mark Tucker  Australia 1:06:28
56 Cian McLoughlin  Ireland 1:06:48
57 Rachid Boulenouar  Algeria 1:07:04
58 Claes Nyberg  Sweden 1:07:12
59 Wim Borms  Belgium 1:07:18
60 Scott Strand  United States 1:07:32
61 Pedro Mora  Venezuela 1:07:39
62 Christian Nemeth  Belgium 1:07:50
63 Francis Yiga  Uganda 1:07:51
64 Jesús Primo  Mexico 1:08:02
65 Sun Wenli  China 1:08:19
66 Zheng Kai  China 1:09:06
67 Paulo Catarino  Portugal 1:09:08
68 Ivica Škopac  Croatia 1:09:11
69 Francisco Roldán  Ecuador 1:09:42
70 António Zeferino  Cape Verde 1:09:45
71 Augusto Gomes  France 1:09:49
72 John Buhagiar  Malta 1:11:04 NR
73 Wang Xiangfeng  China 1:11:26
74 Polibio Méndez  Ecuador 1:11:31
75 César Condori  Bolivia 1:11:36
76 Appachu Chinnappa  India 1:11:36
77 Kennady Chinna Ramu  India 1:11:42
78 Artyom Tetenkin  Kyrgyzstan 1:11:47
79 Matt Thull  United States 1:12:26
80 Pablo Gardiol  Uruguay 1:12:32
81 Alexei Scutaru  Moldova 1:12:53
82 Charles Cilia  Malta 1:13:03
83 Sechaba Bohosi  Lesotho 1:15:44
84 Que Yin Tik  Hong Kong 1:17:57
85 Naseer Ismail  Maldives 1:21:55 NR
86 Mok Bon Thouen  Cambodia 1:25:46
José Alberto Montenegro  Argentina DNF
William Amorin  Brazil DNF
Buenaventura Yanez  Equatorial Guinea DNF
Richard Muscat  Gibraltar DNF
Michael Sánchez  Gibraltar DNF
Shashi Prakash  India DNF
Lok Wai Kin  Macau DNF
Mohamed El-Hattab  Morocco DNF
Luís Jesús  Portugal DNF
Manuel Magalhães  Portugal DNF
Simon Labiche  Seychelles DNF
Ryan Kirkpatrick  United States DNF
Clotairs Ngoma  Congo DNS
Sydney Pioh  Congo DNS
Kenta Oshima  Japan DNS
Paul Kiprop Kirui  Kenya DNS
Jafred Lorone  Uganda DNS

Women's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Paula Radcliffe  Great Britain 1:07:35
2nd Berhane Adere  Ethiopia 1:09:02
3rd Benita Johnson  Australia 1:09:26
4 Lidiya Grigoryeva  Russia 1:09:32 PB
5 Constantina Diţă-Tomescu  Romania 1:10:05
6 Alla Zhilyayeva  Russia 1:10:13
7 Lyudmila Biktasheva  Russia 1:10:31 PB
8 Susan Chepkemei  Kenya 1:10:35
9 Mikie Takanaka  Japan 1:10:36
10 Alina Ivanova  Russia 1:10:59 PB
11 Helena Javornik  Slovenia 1:11:17
12 Sylvia Mosqueda  United States 1:11:22
13 Takako Kotorida  Japan 1:11:37
14 Yesenia Centeno  Spain 1:11:53
15 Luminița Talpoș  Romania 1:12:02
16 Risa Hagiwara  Japan 1:12:10
17 Galina Bogomolova  Russia 1:12:12
18 Corinne Raux  France 1:12:17
19 Yumiko Hara  Japan 1:12:21
20 Bruna Genovese  Italy 1:12:38 PB
21 Teyba Erkesso  Ethiopia 1:12:43
22 Malika Asahssah  Morocco 1:12:49
23 Nuta Olaru  Romania 1:13:00
24 Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel  France 1:13:34 SB
25 Teresa Récio  Spain 1:13:42 PB
26 Beatriz Santíago  Spain 1:13:44
27 Rosemary Ryan  Ireland 1:13:45 PB
28 Živilė Balčiūnaitė  Lithuania 1:13:47 SB
29 Rosaria Console  Italy 1:13:54
30 Kan Yongying  China 1:13:56
31 Kenza Wahbi  Morocco 1:14:05
32 Anna Incerti  Italy 1:14:08
33 Christelle Daunay  France 1:14:11
34 Kathy Butler  Great Britain 1:14:17
35 Magdeline Chemjor  Kenya 1:14:42
36 Derebe Alemu  Ethiopia 1:14:52
37 Hayley Yelling  Great Britain 1:14:52
38 Nebiat Habtemariam  Eritrea 1:14:54 PB
39 Souad Aït Salem  Algeria 1:15:07 PB
40 Magdalena Lewy  United States 1:15:20
41 Salina Kosgei  Kenya 1:15:41
42 Debbie Robinson/Mason  Great Britain 1:16:08
43 Noémie Flotté  France 1:16:28
44 Bev Jenkins  Great Britain 1:16:37
45 Patrizia Ritondo  Italy 1:16:49
46 Elisabete Lopes  Portugal 1:16:58 PB
47 Ashu Kasim  Ethiopia 1:17:29
48 Christine Clifton  United States 1:17:40
49 Bouchra Chaabi  Morocco 1:17:45
50 Analídia Torre  Portugal 1:17:48
51 Fernanda Miranda  Portugal 1:17:49
52 Sara Wells  United States 1:18:03
53 Marily dos Santos  Brazil 1:18:18
54 Sisay Measo  Ethiopia 1:19:13
55 Liu Lixia  China 1:19:32
56 Nathalie Loubelle  Belgium 1:21:23
57 Tatyana Belkina  Belarus 1:21:55
58 Pushpa Devi  India 1:22:19
59 Sonia Lopes  Cape Verde 1:24:59
60 Sylvie Mulle  Belgium 1:25:51
61 Sarbjett Kaur  India 1:26:08 PB
62 Mamokete Lechela  Lesotho 1:27:01
63 Merceditas Cuevas  Uruguay 1:27:12
64 Giselle Camilleri  Malta 1:27:41
65 Lidija Rajčić  Croatia 1:28:04
66 Moleboheng Mafata  Lesotho 1:29:05
67 Hidangmayum Devi  India 1:30:14
68 Olesia Orlova  Kyrgyzstan 1:37:40
Luminita Zaituc  Germany DNF
Zhor El-Kamch  Morocco DNF
Mihaela Botezan  Romania DNF
Iulia Olteanu/Negura  Romania DNF
Marla Runyan  United States DNF
Ida Brunelle Kiyindou  Congo DNS
Katie Bayock  Cameroon DNS
Hellen Jemaiyo Kimutai  Kenya DNS

Team Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Tanzania Fabiano Joseph
Martin Sulle
John Yuda
3:03:01
2nd  Kenya Martin Lel
John Cheruiyot Korir
Yusuf Songoka
3:03:09
3rd  Ethiopia Tesfaye Tola
Dereje Adere
Mesfin Hailu
3:07:34
4  Morocco Ridouane Harroufi
Abderrahim Goumri
Rachid Aït Bensalem
3:09:22
5  Eritrea Zersenay Tadesse
Tekle Menghisteab
Tesfayohannes Mesfen
3:09:25
6  Uganda Wilson Busienei
Alex Malinga
Martin Toroitich
3:11:46
7  France Abdelghani Lahlali
Tarik Bouzid
Mohamed Serbouti
3:11:55
8  Japan Kazuyuki Maeda
Toshinari Suwa
Masahiko Takeyasu
3:12:11
9  Italy Mostafa Errebbah
Ottaviano Andriani
Sergio Chiesa
3:12:51
10  Spain Oscar Fernández
Ignacio Cáceres
Iván Sánchez
3:12:53
11  Algeria Saïd Belhout
Said Hank
Kamal Kohil
3:14:31
12  Portugal Paulo Gomes
José Dias
Paulo Catarino
3:16:56
13  United States Brian Sell
Teren Jameson
Scott Strand
3:17:33
14  Mexico Odilón Cuahutle
Eduardo Rojas
Jesús Primo
3:18:00
15  Belgium Rik Ceulemans
Wim Borms
Christian Nemeth
3:19:58
16  Ecuador Franklin Tenorio
Francisco Roldán
Polibio Méndez
3:27:36
17  China Sun Wenli
Zheng Kai
Wang Xiangfeng
3:28:51
 India Appachu Chinnappa
Kennady Chinna Ramu
Shashi Prakash
DNF


Women's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Russia Lidiya Grigoryeva
Alla Zhilyayeva
Lyudmila Biktasheva
3:30:16
2nd  Japan Mikie Takanaka
Takako Kotorida
Risa Hagiwara
3:34:23
3rd  Romania Constantina Diţă-Tomescu
Luminița Talpoș
Nuta Olaru
3:35:07
4  Ethiopia Berhane Adere
Teyba Erkesso
Derebe Alemu
3:36:37
5  Great Britain Paula Radcliffe
Kathy Butler
Hayley Yelling
3:36:44
6  Spain Yesenia Centeno
Teresa Récio
Beatriz Santíago
3:39:19
7  France Corinne Raux
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel
Christelle Daunay
3:40:02
8  Italy Bruna Genovese
Rosaria Console
Anna Incerti
3:40:40
9  Kenya Susan Chepkemei
Magdeline Chemjor
Salina Kosgei
3:40:58
10  United States Sylvia Mosqueda
Magdalena Lewy
Christine Clifton
3:44:22
11  Morocco Malika Asahssah
Kenza Wahbi
Bouchra Chaabi
3:44:39
12  Portugal Elisabete Lopes
Analídia Torre
Fernanda Miranda
3:52:35
13  India Pushpa Devi
Sarbjett Kaur
Hidangmayum Devi
4:18:41

Participation[edit]

The participation of 171 athletes (98 men/73 women) from 49 countries is reported.[5] Although announced, athletes from  Cameroon and  Republic of the Congo did not show.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lel takes gold for Kenya as Tanzania win first team gold, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  2. ^ Lel takes gold for Kenya as Tanzania win first team gold, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  3. ^ Radcliffe wipes out the opposition in Vilamoura, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  4. ^ Radcliffe wipes out the opposition in Vilamoura, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 9, 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. ^ Half Marathon - M - Final, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 12th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Vilamoura, PORTUGAL 04 OCT 2003 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  8. ^ Half Marathon - M - Final, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 12th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Vilamoura, PORTUGAL 04 OCT 2003 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  10. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - M, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  11. ^ Results - 12th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Vilamoura, PORTUGAL 04 OCT 2003 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  12. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - W, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 
  13. ^ Results - 12th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Vilamoura, PORTUGAL 04 OCT 2003 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, October 4, 2003, retrieved September 8, 2013 

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