2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 33rd
Date March 20
Host city Saint-Galmier, Rhône-Alpes, France France
Location Hippodrome Joseph Desjoyaux
Nations participating 37
Athletes participating 131
Races 1
Distances 8 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Hippodrome Joseph Desjoyaux in Saint-Galmier near Saint-Étienne, France, on March 20, 2005. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1] in the Herald,[2][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 men's race (8 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Augustine Choge  Kenya 23:59
2nd Bernard Kiprop Kipyego  Kenya 24:00
3rd Barnabas Kosgei  Kenya 24:00
4 Hosea Macharinyang  Kenya 24:09
5 Mang'ata Ndiwa  Kenya 24:15
6 Tariku Bekele  Ethiopia 24:16
7 Moses Masai  Kenya 24:19
8 Solomon Molla  Ethiopia 24:24
9 Tariq Taher  Bahrain 24:31
10 Belal Ali  Bahrain 24:33
11 Chala Lemi  Ethiopia 24:34
12 Mekuria Tadesse  Ethiopia 24:35
13 Kabtamu Reta  Ethiopia 24:36
14 Nasser Shams Kareem  Qatar 24:40
15 Essa Ismail Rashed  Qatar 24:41
16 Kidane Tadasse  Eritrea 24:52
17 Samuel Tsegay  Eritrea 24:52
18 Kiflom Slum  Eritrea 24:56
19 Patrick Cherotwo  Uganda 24:59
20 Galen Rupp  United States 25:05
21 Moses Kipsiro  Uganda 25:06
22 Kamal Ali Thamer  Qatar 25:10
23 Adam Khamees  Bahrain 25:10
24 Moustafa Ahmed Shebto  Qatar 25:11
25 Eric Niyonsaba  Burundi 25:11
26 Mohammed Abduh Bakhet  Qatar 25:15
27 Saad Salem Malek  Qatar 25:17
28 Moses Aliwa  Uganda 25:21
29 Tshamano Setone  South Africa 25:27
30 Abdelati Iguider  Morocco 25:28
31 Ghebreslase Msgna Kflay  Eritrea 25:29
32 Satoru Kitamura  Japan 25:32
33 Abraham Niyonkuru  Burundi 25:32
34 Saleh Bakheet  Bahrain 25:42
35 Bader Khalil Ibrahim  Bahrain 25:45
36 Dušan Markešević  Serbia and Montenegro 25:48
37 Elmore Sibanda  Zimbabwe 25:54
38 Stuart Eagon  United States 25:57
39 Faissel Najjari  Morocco 26:05
40 Aleksey Chistov  Russia 26:07
41 Abidisa Desisa  Ethiopia 26:07
42 Nkosinoxolo Sonqibido  South Africa 26:08
43 Rabia Makhloufi  Algeria 26:11
44 Samir Khadar  Algeria 26:12
45 Eshaaq Abdeen  Bahrain 26:13
46 Christopher Landry  United States 26:13
47 Yuki Sato  Japan 26:21
48 Andrew Vernon  United Kingdom 26:22
49 Geoffrey Kusuro  Uganda 26:24
50 Hakon Devries  United States 26:33
51 Artem Yekimov  Russia 26:37
52 Hiroyuki Ono  Japan 26:40
53 Andrea Lalli  Italy 26:45
54 Abdelghani Aït Bahmad  Morocco 26:48
55 Takahiro Mori  Japan 26:48
56 Abdelaziz Ennaji El Idrissi  Morocco 26:49
57 Hidekazu Sato  Japan 26:49
58 Abdelkader Dali  Algeria 26:51
59 Braden Novakowski  Canada 26:51
60 Fedor Shutov  Russia 26:52
61 José Luis Galvan  Spain 26:53
62 Abdelghani Bensaadi  Algeria 26:54
63 Harutomo Kawano  Japan 26:55
64 Shafat Salad  New Zealand 27:00
65 Simone Gariboldi  Italy 27:04
66 Ruslan Nasyrov  Uzbekistan 27:09
67 Alvaro Rodríguez  Spain 27:10
68 Jeremy Mineau  United States 27:10
69 Iván Iglesias  Spain 27:11
70 Stepan Kiselev  Russia 27:13
71 Carlos Silva  Portugal 27:15
72 Isaac Kiprop  Uganda 27:18
73 Vusi Nkosi  South Africa 27:19
74 Andrey Petrov  Uzbekistan 27:22
75 Devis Licciardi  Italy 27:23
76 Alex Genest  Canada 27:26
77 Ryan Vail  United States 27:27
78 Jake Gallagher  Canada 27:28
79 Yuri Chechun  Kyrgyzstan 27:28
80 Danny Darcy  Ireland 27:28
81 Arkadiusz Gardzielewski  Poland 27:29
82 Artem Vdovenko  Russia 27:30
83 José España  Spain 27:31
84 John Tello  Colombia 27:34
85 Letlhogile Mashinini  South Africa 27:35
86 Ryan Stephenson  United Kingdom 27:39
87 Tim Hodge  New Zealand 27:39
88 Lubabalo Mqhele  South Africa 27:42
89 Jeremy Fisico  Canada 27:43
90 Denis Mayaud  France 27:43
91 Adam Hickey  United Kingdom 27:44
92 Martin Dematteis  Italy 27:45
93 Farid Terfia  Algeria 27:46
94 Joilson da Silva  Brazil 27:48
95 Khalid Choukoud  Netherlands 27:51
96 Roman Gusev  Russia 27:53
97 Chris Winter  Canada 27:56
98 Murad Nasser Ali Aboatef  Yemen 27:56
99 Iñaki Idoeta  Spain 27:58
100 Alison Gonçalves  Brazil 28:03
101 Keith Gerrard  United Kingdom 28:03
102 Franky Hernould  Belgium 28:14
103 Daniel Watts  United Kingdom 28:15
104 Hayden McLaren  New Zealand 28:17
105 Khaled Al-Bakhit  Jordan 28:18
106 Yoann Kowal  France 28:23
107 Anthony Saudrais  France 28:26
108 Yimharan Yosef  Israel 28:28
109 Maurizio Cito  Italy 28:29
110 Bernard Dematteis  Italy 28:34
111 Maarten Bosmans  Belgium 28:37
112 Nicholas Sunseri  Canada 28:41
113 David Martín  Spain 28:43
114 Maxime Fico  France 28:49
115 Blaz Zelic  Croatia 28:51
116 Paul Pollock  Ireland 28:53
117 Jason Dufresne  France 28:57
118 Martin Mashford  United Kingdom 28:59
119 Sotyvoldy Khaitov  Tajikistan 29:05
120 Dino Bozzone  New Zealand 29:13
121 Sergey Chabiarak  Belarus 29:21
122 Jean-Pierre Weerts  Belgium 29:29
123 Benjamin Malaty  France 29:37
124 Israel Mecabo  Brazil 31:17
125 Selwyn Dan Tamboo  Seychelles 32:33
Lahcen Bouharroud  Morocco DNF
Said El Medouly  Morocco DNF
Nuno Costa  Portugal DNF
Ruann Etchechury  Brazil DNF
El Hadj Ribouh  Algeria DNF
Molefe Molefe  South Africa DNF
Juan C. Morales  Puerto Rico DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Kenya
Augustine Choge 1
Bernard Kiprop Kipyego 2
Barnabas Kosgei 3
Hosea Macharinyang 4
(Mang'ata Ndiwa) (5)
(Moses Masai) (7)
10
2nd  Ethiopia
Tariku Bekele 6
Solomon Molla 8
Chala Lemi 11
Mekuria Tadesse 12
(Kabtamu Reta) (13)
(Abidisa Desisa) (41)
37
3rd  Qatar
Nasser Shams Kareem 14
Essa Ismail Rashed 15
Kamal Ali Thamer 22
Moustafa Ahmed Shebto 24
(Mohammed Abduh Bakhet) (26)
(Saad Salem Malek) (27)
75
4  Bahrain
Tariq Taher 9
Belal Ali 10
Adam Khamees 23
Saleh Bakheet 34
(Bader Khalil Ibrahim) (35)
(Eshaaq Abdeen) (45)
76
5  Eritrea
Kidane Tadasse 16
Samuel Tsegay 17
Kiflom Slum 18
Ghebreslase Msgna Kflay 31
82
6  Uganda
Patrick Cherotwo 19
Moses Kipsiro 21
Moses Aliwa 28
Geoffrey Kusuro 49
(Isaac Kiprop) (72)
117
7  United States
Galen Rupp 20
Stuart Eagon 38
Christopher Landry 46
Hakon Devries 50
(Jeremy Mineau) (68)
(Ryan Vail) (77)
154
8  Morocco
Abdelati Iguider 30
Faissel Najjari 39
Abdelghani Aït Bahmad 54
Abdelaziz Ennaji El Idrissi 56
(Lahcen Bouharroud) (DNF)
(Said El Medouly) (DNF)
179
9  Japan
Satoru Kitamura 32
Yuki Sato 47
Hiroyuki Ono 52
Takahiro Mori 55
(Hidekazu Sato) (57)
(Harutomo Kawano) (63)
186
10  Algeria
Rabia Makhloufi 43
Samir Khadar 44
Abdelkader Dali 58
Abdelghani Bensaadi 62
(Farid Terfia) (93)
(El Hadj Ribouh) (DNF)
207
11  Russia
Aleksey Chistov 40
Artem Yekimov 51
Fedor Shutov 60
Stepan Kiselev 70
(Artem Vdovenko) (82)
(Roman Gusev) (96)
221
12  South Africa
Tshamano Setone 29
Nkosinoxolo Sonqibido 42
Vusi Nkosi 73
Letlhogile Mashinini 85
(Lubabalo Mqhele) (88)
(Molefe Molefe) (DNF)
229
13  Spain
José Luis Galvan 61
Alvaro Rodríguez 67
Iván Iglesias 69
José España 83
(Iñaki Idoeta) (99)
(David Martín) (113)
280
14  Italy
Andrea Lalli 53
Simone Gariboldi 65
Devis Licciardi 75
Martin Dematteis 92
(Maurizio Cito) (109)
(Bernard Dematteis) (110)
285
15  Canada
Braden Novakowski 59
Alex Genest 76
Jake Gallagher 78
Jeremy Fisico 89
(Chris Winter) (97)
(Nicholas Sunseri) (112)
302
16  United Kingdom
Andrew Vernon 48
Ryan Stephenson 86
Adam Hickey 91
Keith Gerrard 101
(Daniel Watts) (103)
(Martin Mashford) (118)
326
17  New Zealand
Shafat Salad 64
Tim Hodge 87
Hayden McLaren 104
Dino Bozzone 120
375
18  France
Denis Mayaud 90
Yoann Kowal 106
Anthony Saudrais 107
Maxime Fico 114
(Jason Dufresne) (117)
(Benjamin Malaty) (123)
417
DNF  Brazil
(Joilson da Silva) (94)
(Alison Gonçalves) (100)
(Israel Mecabo) (124)
(Ruann Etchechury) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 131 athletes from 37 countries participated in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11] The announced athlete from  Puerto Rico did not show.[6][7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clarey, Christopher (March 21, 2005), Bekele reclaims championship form but can't outrun a tragedy, New York Times, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  2. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 18, 2005), Great Britain team hope they can warm to the occasion, Herald, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 21, 2005), Kilted clach preserve tradition, Herald, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  4. ^ Gains, Paul (March 20, 2005), Kenyan perfection, large crowds and hot temperatures – Junior Men’s Race Report, IAAF, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Men - St. Etienne Hippodrome de St. Galmier Date: Sunday, March 20, 2005, Athchamps (archived), retrieved November 2, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Junior Race - M Final - revised, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Results - 33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Saint - Galmier, FRANCE 19 MAR 2005 - 20 MAR 2005 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - M, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Saint - Galmier, FRANCE 19 MAR 2005 - 20 MAR 2005 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 2, 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 November 2, 2013