2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Women's short race

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Women's short 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 29
Athletes participating 104
Races 6
Distances 4.196 km – Women's short

The Women's short 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]

Women's short race (4.196 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 13:15
2nd Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 13:16
3rd Isabella Ochichi  Kenya 13:21
4 Prisca Ngetich  Kenya 13:25
5 Lucy Wangui  Kenya 13:25
6 Meselech Melkamu  Ethiopia 13:28
7 Beatrice Chepchumba  Kenya 13:31
8 Nancy Jebet Lagat  Kenya 13:31
9 Deriba Alemu  Ethiopia 13:41
10 Alevtina Ivanova  Russia 13:42
11 Lauren Fleshman  United States 13:44
12 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 13:44
13 Sarah Jamieson  Australia 13:44
14 Ejagayehu Dibaba  Ethiopia 13:51
15 Blake Russell  United States 13:57
16 Bouchra Chaâbi  Morocco 13:57
17 Jolene Byrne  Ireland 14:02
18 Dorcus Inzikuru  Uganda 14:03
19 Anna Thompson  Australia 14:04
20 Shalane Flanagan  United States 14:05
21 Shayne Culpepper  United States 14:06
22 Mariem Alaoui Selsouli  Morocco 14:09
23 Viola Kibiwott  Kenya 14:10
24 Binnaz Uslu  Turkey 14:11
25 Carmen Douma-Hussar  Canada 14:11
26 Simret Sultan  Eritrea 14:14
27 Anália Rosa  Portugal 14:14
28 Viktoriya Klimina  Russia 14:15
29 Fatma Lanouar  Tunisia 14:17
30 Natalya Pavlovskaya  Russia 14:19
31 Jéssica Augusto  Portugal 14:20
32 Liliya Shobukhova  Russia 14:22
33 Maryam Jamal  Bahrain 14:23
34 Maria McCambridge  Ireland 14:24
35 Rodica Moroianu  France 14:24
36 Minori Hayakari  Japan 14:25
37 Mónica Rosa  Portugal 14:26
38 Poppy Mlambo  South Africa 14:26
39 Marina Bastos  Portugal 14:26
40 Kate Reed  United Kingdom 14:26
41 Malika Asahssah  Morocco 14:29
42 Julie Coulaud  France 14:30
43 Yoshiko Ichikawa  Japan 14:31
44 Marina Ivanova  Russia 14:33
45 Stéphanie Nonnotte  France 14:33
46 Georgie Clarke  Australia 14:33
47 Hattie Dean  United Kingdom 14:34
48 Habiba Ghribi  Tunisia 14:35
49 Dinahrose Phalula  South Africa 14:35
50 Zulema Fuentes-Pila  Spain 14:36
51 Olga Minina  Belarus 14:36
52 Amy Mortimer  United States 14:37
53 Saïda El Mehdi  Morocco 14:38
54 Jessica Wright  New Zealand 14:38
55 Megan Metcalfe  Canada 14:38
56 Courtney Inman  Canada 14:40
57 Helen Clitheroe  United Kingdom 14:42
58 Kate McIlroy  New Zealand 14:43
59 Hilary Edmondson  Canada 14:44
60 Christine Bardelle  France 14:46
61 René Kalmer  South Africa 14:47
62 Olga Roseyeva  Russia 14:48
63 Hayley Yelling  United Kingdom 14:48
64 Justyna Lesman  Poland 14:48
65 Tiffany Levette  Australia 14:49
66 Emma Rilen  Australia 14:49
67 Elodie Olivares  France 14:49
68 Christelle Daunay  France 14:50
69 Sandra Amarillo  Argentina 14:52
70 Lisa Dobriskey  United Kingdom 14:53
71 Karina Córdoba  Argentina 14:55
72 Silvia Montane  Spain 14:55
73 Leonor Carneiro  Portugal 14:56
74 Rebecca Stallwood  Canada 14:59
75 Fionnuala Britton  Ireland 14:59
76 Iris Fuentes-Pila  Spain 15:00
77 Cláudia Pereira  Portugal 15:02
78 Lisa Labrecque  Canada 15:04
79 Dina Lebo Phalula  South Africa 15:06
80 Liesbeth van de Velde  Belgium 15:07
81 Diana Martín  Spain 15:08
82 Terumi Takahashi  Japan 15:09
83 Nadia Rodríguez  Argentina 15:12
84 Sultana Aït Hammou  Morocco 15:14
85 Safa Aissaoui  Tunisia 15:14
86 Beraki Yirgalem Gebrekidan  Eritrea 15:15
87 Sonia Bejarano  Spain 15:15
88 Sara Valderas  Spain 15:17
89 Gloria Mera  Mexico 15:19
90 Melissa Buttry  United States 15:19
91 Susana Rebolledo  Chile 15:20
92 Pauline Curley  Ireland 15:21
93 María Peralta  Argentina 15:23
94 Suzy Walsham  Australia 15:29
95 Ayumi Takada  Japan 15:32
96 Elke Offergeld  Belgium 15:35
97 Mercedita Manipol  Philippines 15:38
98 Niamh O'Sullivan  Ireland 15:39
99 Griet Terryn  Belgium 16:14
100 Sitora Hamidova  Uzbekistan 16:15
101 Sara Abou Hassan  Egypt 16:18
102 Desiree Kruger  South Africa 16:24
103 Amel Tlili  Tunisia 17:00
Seloua Ouaziz  Morocco DNF
Kayo Sugihara  Japan DNS
Kathy Butler  United Kingdom DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st  Ethiopia
Tirunesh Dibaba 1
Worknesh Kidane 2
Meselech Melkamu 6
Deriba Alemu 9
(Bezunesh Bekele) (12)
(Ejagayehu Dibaba) (14)
18
2nd  Kenya
Isabella Ochichi 3
Prisca Ngetich 4
Lucy Wangui 5
Beatrice Chepchumba 7
(Nancy Jebet Lagat) (8)
(Viola Kibiwott) (23)
19
3rd  United States
Lauren Fleshman 11
Blake Russell 15
Shalane Flanagan 20
Shayne Culpepper 21
(Amy Mortimer) (52)
(Melissa Buttry) (90)
67
4  Russia
Alevtina Ivanova 10
Viktoriya Klimina 28
Natalya Pavlovskaya 30
Liliya Shobukhova 32
(Marina Ivanova) (44)
(Olga Roseyeva) (62)
100
5  Morocco
Bouchra Chaâbi 16
Mariem Alaoui Selsouli 22
Malika Asahssah 41
Saïda El Mehdi 53
(Sultana Aït Hammou) (84)
(Seloua Ouaziz) (DNF)
132
6  Portugal
Anália Rosa 27
Jéssica Augusto 31
Mónica Rosa 37
Marina Bastos 39
(Leonor Carneiro) (73)
(Cláudia Pereira) (77)
134
7  Australia
Sarah Jamieson 13
Anna Thompson 19
Georgie Clarke 46
Tiffany Levette 65
(Emma Rilen) (66)
(Suzy Walsham) (94)
143
8  France
Rodica Moroianu 35
Julie Coulaud 42
Stéphanie Nonnotte 45
Christine Bardelle 60
(Elodie Olivares) (67)
(Christelle Daunay) (68)
182
9  Canada
Carmen Douma-Hussar 25
Megan Metcalfe 55
Courtney Inman 56
Hilary Edmondson 59
(Rebecca Stallwood) (74)
(Lisa Labrecque) (78)
195
10  United Kingdom
Kate Reed 40
Hattie Dean 47
Helen Clitheroe 57
Hayley Yelling 63
(Lisa Dobriskey) (70)
207
11  Ireland
Jolene Byrne 17
Maria McCambridge 34
Fionnuala Britton 75
Pauline Curley 92
(Niamh O'Sullivan) (98)
218
12  South Africa
Poppy Mlambo 38
Dinahrose Phalula 49
René Kalmer 61
Dina Lebo Phalula 79
(Desiree Kruger) (102)
227
13  Japan
Minori Hayakari 36
Yoshiko Ichikawa 43
Terumi Takahashi 82
Ayumi Takada 95
256
14  Tunisia
Fatma Lanouar 29
Habiba Ghribi 48
Safa Aissaoui 85
Amel Tlili 103
265
15  Spain
Zulema Fuentes-Pila 50
Silvia Montane 72
Iris Fuentes-Pila 76
Diana Martín 81
(Sonia Bejarano) (87)
(Sara Valderas) (88)
279
16  Argentina
Sandra Amarillo 69
Karina Córdoba 71
Nadia Rodríguez 83
María Peralta 93
316
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 104 athletes from 29 countries participated in the Women's short race.

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 20, 2005), Dibaba doubles – Women’s Short Race Report, IAAF, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.0km CC Women - St. Etienne Hippodrome de St. Galmier Date: Sunday, March 20, 2005, Athchamps (archived), retrieved November 2, 2013 
  6. ^ Short Race - W Final, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Saint - Galmier, FRANCE 19 MAR 2005 - 20 MAR 2005 - Short Race - women, IAAF, March 20, 2005, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Short Race - W, 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 - Short Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 20, 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