2006 European Cross Country Championships

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The 13th European Cross Country Championships were held at San Giorgio su Legnano in Italy on 10 December 2006. Mo Farah took the title in the men's competition, while Tetyana Holovchenko won the women's race.

Results[edit]

Men individual 9.95km[1][edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Mo Farah 27:56
Silver medal icon.svg Spain Juan Carlos de la Ossa 28:06
Bronze medal icon.svg Sweden Mustafa Mohamed 28:08
4. France Khalid Zoubaa 28:16
5. Portugal Rui Pedro Silva 28:17
6. France Driss El Himer 28:17
7. France Mustapha Essaïd 28:17
8. Portugal Luís Feiteira 28:21
9. Switzerland Christian Belz 28:22
10. Spain Carles Castillejo 28:23
11. Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 28:26
12. France Driss Maazouzi 28:27

Portugal Fernando Silva (28:03) disqualified according to IAAF Rule 32.2.a. Total 64 competitors

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  France
Khalid Zoubaa
Driss El Himer
Mustapha Essaïd
Driss Maazouzi
29
Silver medal icon.svg  Spain
Juan Carlos de la Ossa
Carles Castillejo
Eliseo Martín
José Manuel Martínez
40
Bronze medal icon.svg  Portugal
Rui Pedro Silva
Luís Feiteira
Ricardo Ribas
Licínio Pimentel
54
4.  United Kingdom
Mo Farah
Chris Thompson
Gavin Thompson
Michael Skinner
79
5.  Italy
Gabriele de Nard
Giovanni Gualdi
Umberto Pusterla
Ruggero Pertile
89
6.  Ukraine 109
7.  Sweden 119
8.  Ireland 153

Total 10 teams

Women individual 8.03km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Ukraine Tetyana Holovchenko 25:17
Silver medal icon.svg Russia Mariya Konovalova 25:18
Bronze medal icon.svg Serbia Olivera Jevtić 25:21
4. Hungary Anikó Kálovics 25:26
5. France Julie Coulaud 25:28
6. United Kingdom Hayley Yelling 25:28
7. Belgium Nathalie De Vos 25:34
8. United Kingdom Joanne Pavey 25:38
9. Portugal Jessica Augusto 25:38
10. Portugal Anália Rosa 25:45
11. Portugal Leonor Carneiro 25:52
12. Spain Rosa María Morató 25:53

Total 59 competitors

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Portugal
Jessica Augusto
Anália Rosa
Leonor Carneiro
Mónica Rosa
47
Silver medal icon.svg  United Kingdom
Hayley Yelling
Joanne Pavey
Liz Yelling
Kate Reed
47
Bronze medal icon.svg  France
Julie Coulaud
Samira Chellah
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel
Christelle Daunay
69
4.  Russia
Mariya Konovalova
Alevtina Ivanova
Inga Abitova
Marina Ivanova
88
5.  Spain
Rosa María Morató
Maria Azucena Diaz
Judith Plá
Irene Pelayo
94
6.  Italy 96
7.  Serbia 128
8.  Ireland 153

Total 9 teams

Men U23 individual 8.03km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Hungary Barnabás Bene 23:14
Silver medal icon.svg Serbia Dušan Markešević 23:16
Bronze medal icon.svg Italy Daniele Meucci 23:16
4. Russia Yevgeniy Rybakov 23:17
5. Russia Anatoliy Rybakov 23:22
6. Belarus Stsiapan Rahautsou 23:24
7. Belgium Mario Van Waeyenberghe 23:25
8. Russia Aleksey Aleksandrov 23:26
9. Netherlands Khalid Choukoud 23:29
10. Italy Stefano la Rosa 23:29

Men U23 teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Russia
Yevgeniy Rybakov
Anatoliy Rybakov
Aleksey Aleksandrov
Dmitriy Nizelskiy
28
Silver medal icon.svg  Italy
Daniele Meucci
Stefano La Rosa
Martin Dematteis
Luca Tocco
78
Bronze medal icon.svg  Poland
Kamil Murzyn
Łukasz Parszczyński
Artur Kozłowski
Hubert Prokop
94
4.  Ireland
Joseph Sweeney
Mark Christie
Andrew Ledwith
Mick Clohisey
102
5.  United Kingdom
Andy Vernon
Tom Humphries
Andrew Baker
Tom Russell
105

Women U23 individual 5.975km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Turkey Binnaz Uslu 18:47
Silver medal icon.svg Republic of Ireland Fionnuala Britton 18:56
Bronze medal icon.svg Turkey Türkan Erismis 19:09
4. United Kingdom Aine Hoban 19:10
5. Italy Adelina de Soccio 19:16
6. Russia Viktoriya Trushenko 19:19
7. Netherlands Adriënne Herzog 19:20
8. United Kingdom Laura Kenney 19:23
9. Poland Katarzyna Kowalska 19:24
10. Belgium Anke Van Campen 19:34

Women U23 teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  United Kingdom
Aine Hoban
Laura Kenney
Claire Holme
Faye Fullerton
56
Silver medal icon.svg  Poland
Katarzyna Kowalska
Sylwia Ejdys
Marta Wojtkunska
Justyna Mudy
65
Bronze medal icon.svg  Italy
Adelina de Soccio
Sara Dossena
Giorgia Robaudo
Giulia Francario
96
4.  Netherlands
Adriënne Herzog
Andrea Deelstra
Susan Kuijken
Yvonne Hak
97
5.  Turkey
Binnaz Uslu
Türkan Erismis
Dudu Karakaya
Mulkiye Yilmaz
105

Junior men individual 5.975km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg Italy Andrea Lalli 16:53
Silver medal icon.svg Belarus Siarhei Chebiarak 17:03
Bronze medal icon.svg Romania Ciprian Suhanea 17:06
4. Russia Aleksey Popov 17:12
5. Italy Simone Gariboldi 17:14

Junior men teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Italy
Andrea Lalli
Simone Gariboldi
Antonio Garavello
Merihun Crespi
68
Silver medal icon.svg  Spain
Mohamed Elbendir
Javier García
Juan Antonio Pousa
Álvaro Lozano
74
Bronze medal icon.svg  France
Noureddine Smaïl
Mourad Amdouni
David Vuste
Anthony Gauthier
74
4.  Turkey
Osman Baş
Adem Belir
Muğdat Öztürk
Ercan Muslu
83
5.  United Kingdom
Kevin Deighton
Jonathon Pepper
Lewis Timmins
Rory Fraser
97

Junior women individual 4.1km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Stephanie Twell 12:33
Silver medal icon.svg Norway Karoline Bjerkeli Grovdal 12:36
Bronze medal icon.svg Romania Ancuţa Bobocel 12:51
4. United Kingdom Emily Pidgeon 12:59
5. Russia Viktoriya Ivanova 13:08

Junior women teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
Gold medal icon.svg  United Kingdom
Stephanie Twell
Emily Pidgeon
Sian Edwards
Abby Westley
21
Silver medal icon.svg  Russia
Viktoriya Ivanova
Tatyana Shutova
Yekaterina Gorbunova
Alfiya Khasanova
76
Bronze medal icon.svg  Romania
Ancuţa Bobocel
Andreea David
Cristiana Frumuz
Daniela Donisa
83
4.  Spain
Marta Romo
Maria Sánchez
Cristina Jordan
Ainhoa Sanz
98
5.  Germany
Julia Hiller
Carolin Ähling
Mira Glocker
Cornelia Schwennen
102

References[edit]

  1. ^ "San Giorgio S.L. ITA 10 December". European Athletics Association. Dec 10, 2006. Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved Jul 23, 2009. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 45°34′04″N 8°54′22″E / 45.56778°N 8.90611°E / 45.56778; 8.90611