2004 European Cross Country Championships

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The 11th European Cross Country Championships were held at Heringsdorf in Germany on 12 December 2004. Serhiy Lebid took his fifth title in the men's competition and Hayley Yelling won the women's race.

Results[1][edit]

Men individual 9.64km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 27:31
Silver medal icon.svg Spain Juan Carlos de la Ossa 27:54
Bronze medal icon.svg France Driss Maazouzi 28:05
4. Austria Günther Weidlinger 28:08
5. France Mounir el Housni 28:14
6. France Mustapha Essaïd 28:23
7. United Kingdom Karl Keska 28:23
8. Italy Umberto Pusterla 28:24
9. Belgium Tom van Hooste 28:25
10. Russia Sergei Jemeljanov 28:25
11. Portugal Fernando Silva 28:25
12. Italy Maurizio Leone 28:25

Total 89 competitors

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  France
Driss Maazouzi
Mounir el Housni
Mustapha Essaïd
Mokhtar Benhari
28
Silver medal icon.svg  Italy 50
Bronze medal icon.svg  United Kingdom 63
4.  Spain 71
5.  Portugal 104
6.  Russia 114
7.  Belgium 126
8.  Ukraine 128

Total 15 teams

Women individual 5.64km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Hayley Yelling 22:04
Silver medal icon.svg Poland Justyna Bąk 22:13
Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Jo Pavey 22:26
4. Romania Mihaela Botezan 22:36
5. Germany Sabrina Mockenhaupt 22:44
6. Portugal Mónica Rosa 22:45
7. Portugal Inês Monteiro 22:47
8. Hungary Anikó Kálovics 22:49
9. France Maria Martins 22:50
10. Portugal Anália Rosa 22:54
11. Russia Lilia Shobukhova 22:59
12. Belgium Veerle Dejaeghere 23:00

Total 74 competitors

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Portugal
Mónica Rosa
Inês Monteiro
Anália Rosa
Fernanda Ribeiro
38
Silver medal icon.svg  United Kingdom 43
Bronze medal icon.svg  France
97
4.  Germany
97
5.  Hungary 106
6.  Russia 111
7.  Belgium 117
8.  Spain 122

Total 13 teams

Junior men individual 5.64km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Hungary Barnabás Bene 20:52
Silver medal icon.svg Russia Yevgeniy Rybakov 20:52
Bronze medal icon.svg Russia Anatoliy Rybakov 20:53
4. Poland Lukas Parszczynski 20:58
5. Republic of Ireland Mark Christie 21:04
6. Romania Stefan Patru 21:07
7. United Kingdom Luke Gunn 21:09
8. Republic of Ireland Andrew Ledwith 21:12

Total 107 competitors

Junior men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Russia
Yevgeniy Rybakov
Anatoliy Rybakov
Stepan Kiselev
Aleksey Chistov
40
Silver medal icon.svg  Ireland 54
Bronze medal icon.svg  United Kingdom 59
4.  Italy 120
5.  Romania 128
6.  Poland 135
7.  Spain 136
8.  Belgium 153

Total 18 teams

Junior women individual 3.64km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Turkey Binnaz Uslu 15:32
Silver medal icon.svg Romania Ancuţa Bobocel 15:57
Bronze medal icon.svg Spain Marta Romo 16:04
4. Netherlands Adrienne Herzog 16:06
5. Norway Ingunn Opsal 16:07
6. Belarus Volha Minina 16:10
7. Germany Verena Dreier 16:20
8. France Helene Guet 16:23

Total 89 competitors

Junior women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Romania
Ancuţa Bobocel
Larisa Arcip
Catalina Oprea
Paula Todoran
51
Silver medal icon.svg  United Kingdom 65
Bronze medal icon.svg  Russia 68
4.  Belarus 84
5.  Germany 96
6.  France 123
7.  Poland 127
8.  Italy 166

Total 15 teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ "XI MAASTOJUOKSUN EM-KILPAILUT HERINGSDORF (GER) 12.12.2004, 12.12.2004, Päivitetty 16.12.2004 19:32". Suomen Urheiluliitto. Dec 16, 2004. Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved Jul 23, 2009. 

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Coordinates: 53°57′46″N 14°08′42″E / 53.96278°N 14.14500°E / 53.96278; 14.14500