2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Senior women's race

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Senior women's race at the 2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 33rd
Date March 19
Host city Saint-Galmier, Rhône-Alpes, France France
Location Hippodrome Joseph Desjoyaux
Nations participating 31
Athletes participating 91
Races 1
Distances 8.108 km – Senior women

The Senior women'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 19, 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]

Senior women's race (8.108 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 26:34
2 Alice Timbilil  Kenya 26:37
3 Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 26:37
4 Meselech Melkamu  Ethiopia 26:39
5 Isabella Ochichi  Kenya 26:43
6 Catherine Kirui  Kenya 26:49
7 Benita Johnson  Australia 26:55
8 Gete Wami  Ethiopia 27:20
9 Rose Jepchumba  Kenya 27:25
10 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 27:27
11 Irene Kipchumba  Kenya 27:29
12 Kimberly Smith  New Zealand 27:37
13 Colleen de Reuck  United States 27:51
14 Merima Hashim  Ethiopia 28:02
15 Anália Rosa  Portugal 28:05
16 Anna Thompson  Australia 28:12
17 Viktoriya Klimina  Russia 28:18
18 Irene Limika  Kenya 28:25
19 Zhang Chong  China 28:32
20 Zakia Mohamed  Tanzania 28:37
21 Ana Dias  Portugal 28:39
22 Suzanne Ritter  Germany 28:43
23 Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel  France 28:43
24 Mónica Rosa  Portugal 28:45
25 Kazue Ogoshi  Japan 28:47
26 Inês Monteiro  Portugal 28:54
27 Mara Yamauchi  United Kingdom 28:55
28 Kayo Sugihara  Japan 28:55
29 Katie McGregor  United States 28:57
30 Noriko Takayama  Japan 28:57
31 Maria Martins  France 29:00
32 Natalie Harvey  United Kingdom 29:01
33 Hayley Yelling  United Kingdom 29:05
34 Margaret Maury  France 29:05
35 Teresa Recio  Spain 29:08
36 Zaituni Jumanne  Tanzania 29:08
37 Liz Yelling  United Kingdom 29:14
38 Kathy Newberry  United States 29:14
39 Yoshiko Ichikawa  Japan 29:19
40 Vincenza Sicari  Italy 29:22
41 Fatima Yvelain  France 29:23
42 Renee Metivier  United States 29:24
43 Angela Rinicella  Italy 29:25
44 Tara Quinn  Canada 29:26
45 Rosa Morató  Spain 29:31
46 Laura Turner  United States 29:37
47 Alessandra Aguilar  Spain 29:39
48 Miwako Yamanaka  Japan 29:40
49 Rkia Chébili  France 29:42
50 Samukeliso Moyo  Zimbabwe 29:46
51 Olga Minina  Belarus 29:47
52 Hayley McGregor  Australia 29:48
53 Federica Dal Ri  Italy 29:51
54 Judit Plá  Spain 29:57
55 Poppy Mlambo  South Africa 30:02
56 Latifa Essarokh  France 30:05
57 Silvia La Barbera  Italy 30:07
58 Nathalie De Vos  Belgium 30:08
59 Tiffany Levette  Australia 30:18
60 Flavia Gaviglio  Italy 30:21
61 Adélia Elias  Portugal 30:22
62 Lucélia Peres  Brazil 30:28
63 Maria Protopappa  Greece 30:30
64 Chelsea Smith  United States 30:32
65 Dolores Pulido  Spain 30:35
66 Michela Zanatta  Italy 30:38
67 Eloise Wellings  Australia 30:47
68 Xi Qiuhong  China 30:54
69 Eliza Cuellar  Mexico 30:56
70 Marina Gurbina  Kazakhstan 30:59
71 Elizabeth Wightman  Canada 31:08
72 Chichi Jermayano Guly  Eritrea 31:08
73 Maria Moraes  Brazil 31:15
74 Fernanda Miranda  Portugal 31:17
75 Julia Viellehner  Germany 31:20
76 Ruhama Shauri  Tanzania 31:27
77 Sharon Tavengwa  Zimbabwe 31:37
78 Rosalind Mullins  Canada 31:44
79 Lida Hernández  Guatemala 31:44
80 Hilaria Johannes  Namibia 32:04
81 Shari Boyle  Canada 32:10
82 Eden Tesfalem  Eritrea 32:18
83 Elena Guerra  Uruguay 32:36
84 Elizabete Cruz  Brazil 32:50
85 Magda de Lazari  Brazil 34:51
86 Ziyodahon Abdullaeva  Uzbekistan 36:47
Kathy Butler  United Kingdom DNF
Elisabeth Mongudhi  Namibia DNF
Jacqueline Martín  Spain DNF
Susana Rebolledo  Chile DNF
Kenza Wahbi  Morocco DNF
Maryam Yusuf Jamal  Bahrain DNS
Lourdes Cruz  Puerto Rico DNS
Charlotte Dale  United Kingdom DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Ethiopia
Tirunesh Dibaba 1
Worknesh Kidane 3
Meselech Melkamu 4
Gete Wami 8
(Bezunesh Bekele) (10)
(Merima Hashim) (14)
16
2  Kenya
Alice Timbilil 2
Isabella Ochichi 5
Catherine Kirui 6
Rose Jepchumba 9
(Irene Kipchumba) (11)
(Irene Limika) (18)
22
3  Portugal
Anália Rosa 15
Ana Dias 21
Mónica Rosa 24
Inês Monteiro 26
(Adélia Elias) (61)
(Fernanda Miranda) (74)
86
4  Japan
Kazue Ogoshi 25
Kayo Sugihara 28
Noriko Takayama 30
Yoshiko Ichikawa 39
(Miwako Yamanaka) (48)
122
5  United States
Colleen de Reuck 13
Katie McGregor 29
Kathy Newberry 38
Renee Metivier 42
(Laura Turner) (46)
122
6  United Kingdom
Mara Yamauchi 27
Natalie Harvey 32
Hayley Yelling 33
Liz Yelling 37
(Kathy Butler) (DNF)
129
7  France
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel 23
Maria Martins 31
Margaret Maury 34
Fatima Yvelain 41
(Rkia Chébili) (49)
(Latifa Essarokh) (56)
129
8  Australia
Benita Johnson 7
Anna Thompson 16
Hayley McGregor 52
Tiffany Levette 59
(Eloise Wellings) (67)
134
9  Spain
Teresa Recio 35
Rosa Morató 45
Alessandra Aguilar 47
Judit Plá 54
(Dolores Pulido) (65)
(Jacqueline Martín) (DNF)
181
10  Italy
Vincenza Sicari 40
Angela Rinicella 43
Federica Dal Ri 53
Silvia La Barbera 57
(Flavia Gaviglio) (60)
(Michela Zanatta) (66)
193
11  Canada
Tara Quinn 44
Elizabeth Wightman 71
Rosalind Mullins 78
Shari Boyle 81
274
12  Brazil
Lucélia Peres 62
Maria Moraes 73
Elizabete Cruz 84
Magda de Lazari 85
304
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 91 athletes from 31 countries participated in the Senior women's race. The announced athletes from  Bahrain and  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. ^ Downes, Steven (March 19, 2005), Dibaba overcomes all barriers – Women’s Long Race Report, IAAF, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Women - St. Etienne Hippodrome de St. Galmier Date: Saturday, March 19, 2005, Athchamps (archived), retrieved November 2, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Long Race - W Final - revised, IAAF, March 19, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Results - 33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Saint - Galmier, FRANCE 19 MAR 2005 - 20 MAR 2005 - Long Race - women, IAAF, March 19, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Long Race - W, IAAF, March 19, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Saint - Galmier, FRANCE 19 MAR 2005 - 20 MAR 2005 - Long Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 19, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 2, 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 November 2, 2013