2007 European Cross Country Championships

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2007 European Cross Country Championships
2007 European Cross Country Championships
Organisers EAA
Edition 14th
Date 9 December
Host city Toro, Spain Spain
Races 6
Distances 10.7 km – Men
8.2 km – Women
8.2 km – U23 men
6.7 km – U23 women
6.7 km – Junior men
4.2 km – Junior women

The 14th European Cross Country Championships were held at Toro in Spain on 9 December 2007. Serhiy Lebid took his seventh title in the men's competition and Marta Domínguez won the women's race.

Results[edit]

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Men individual 10.7km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 31:47
2nd Sweden Mustafa Mohamed 31:56
3rd Portugal Rui Silva 31:58
4. Sweden Erik Sjöqvist 32:00
5. Spain José Manuel Martínez 32:04
6. Spain Jesús España 32:05
7. Republic of Ireland Martin Fagan 32:06
8. France El Hassan Lahssini 32:08
9. Portugal Ricardo Ribas 32:10
10. Spain José Ríos 32:12
11. United Kingdom Andrew Baddeley 32:14
12. Spain Alberto García 32:16

Total 57 competitors

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  Spain
José Manuel Martínez
Jesús España
José Ríos
Alberto García
33
2nd  Portugal
Rui Silva
Ricardo Ribas
José Rocha
Leão Carvalho
64
3rd  France
El Hassan Lahssini
Mokhtar Benhari
Simon Munyutu
Irba Lakhal
75
4.  United Kingdom 81
5.  Sweden 83
6.  Belgium 92
7.  Ireland 105
8.  Italy 139

Total 9 teams

Women individual 8.2km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st Spain Marta Domínguez 26:58
2nd France Julie Coulaud 27:01
3rd Spain Rosa Morató 27:04
4. Russia Mariya Konovalova 27:07
5. Hungary Anikó Kálovics 27:10
6. United Kingdom Kate Reed 27:10
7. Republic of Ireland Fionnuala Britton 27:20
8. France Saadia Bourgailh Haddioui 27:25
9. United Kingdom Hayley Yelling 27:28
10. United Kingdom Liz Yelling 27:31
11. Portugal Jessica Augusto 27:32
12. Spain Iris Fuentes-Pila 27:38

Total 46 competitors

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  Spain
Marta Domínguez
Rosa Morató
Iris Fuentes-Pila
Alessandra Aguilar
33
2nd  United Kingdom
Kate Reed
Hayley Yelling
Liz Yelling
Helen Clitheroe
47
3rd  Portugal
Jéssica Augusto
Mónica Rosa
Fernanda Ribeiro
Ana Dias
69
4.  France 77
5.  Ireland 112
6.  Italy 140

Total 6 teams

Men U23 individual 8.2km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st Turkey Kemal Koyuncu 24:31
2nd Russia Yevgeniy Rybakov 24:33
3rd United Kingdom Andy Vernon 24:35
4. Italy Andrea Lalli 24:43
5. Italy Stefano La Rosa 24:44
6. Belarus Stsiapan Rahautsou 24:45
7. Poland Artur Kozłowski 24:45
8. Poland Łukasz Parszczyński 24:26

Total 77 competitors

Men U23 teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  United Kingdom
Andrew Vernon
Andrew Baker
Ryan McLeod
Thomas Lancashire
52
2nd  Poland
Artur Kozłowski
Łukasz Parszczyński
Arkadiusz Gardzielewski
Radosław Kłeczek
52
3rd  Russia
Yevgeniy Rybakov
Anatoliy Rybakov
Konstantin Vasilyev
Stepan Kiselev
65
4.  Turkey 101
5.  France 105
6.  Ireland 108
7.  Italy 115
8.  Portugal 131

Total 12 teams

Women U23 individual 6.7km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st Romania Ancuţa Bobocel 22:35
2nd Netherlands Adrienne Herzog 22:37
3rd Poland Katarzyna Kowalska 22:44
4. Russia Tatyana Shutova 22:52
5. United Kingdom Felicity Milton 23:02
6. Republic of Ireland Linda Byrne 23:04
7. Spain Marta Romo 23:05
8. United Kingdom Katrina Wootton 23:08

Total 67 competitors

Women U23 teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  United Kingdom
Felicity Milton
Katrina Wootton
Katherine Sparke
Susannah Hignett
47
2nd  Russia
Tatyana Shutova
Alina Alekseyeva
Natalya Starkova
Irina Sergeyeva
55
3rd  Poland
Katarzyna Kowalska
Dominika Główczewska
Marta Wojtkuńska
Agnieszka Ciołek
58
4.  Belgium 82
5.  Spain 108
6.  Ireland 129
7.  Italy 139
8.  Portugal 152

Total 11 teams

Junior men individual 6.7km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st France Mourad Amdouni 20:08
2nd France Florian Carvalho 20:11
3rd Ukraine Dmytro Lashyn 20:16
4. United Kingdom David Forrester 20:21
5. United Kingdom Lee Carey 20:22
6. Norway Sondre Nordstad Moen 20:23
7. Spain Mohamed Elbendir 20:24
8. France Hassan Chahdi 20:25

Total 89 teams

Junior men teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  France
Mourad Amdouni
Florian Carvalho
Hassan Chahdi
Younes el Haddad
29
2nd  United Kingdom
David Forrester
Lee Carey
Ben Lindsay
Mitch Goose
48
3rd  Germany
Alexander Hahn
Florian Orth
Rico Schwarz
Thorsten Baumeister
57
4.  Turkey 87
5.  Spain 124
6.  Italy 130
7.  Ireland 136
8.  Ukraine 144

Total 14 teams

Junior women individual 4.2km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st United Kingdom Stephanie Twell 14:12
2nd Poland Danuta Urbanik 14:21
3rd United Kingdom Charlotte Purdue 14:22
4. United Kingdom Charlotte Roach 14:27
5. Russia Olha Skrypak 14:28
6. United Kingdom Emily Pidgeon 14:31
7. Portugal Joana Costa 14:32
8. United Kingdom Joanne Harvey 14:32

Total 87 competitors

Junior women teams[edit]

Pos. Runners Points
1st  United Kingdom
Stephanie Twell
Charlotte Purdue
Charlotte Roach
Emily Pidgeon
14
2nd  Russia
Marina Gordeyeva
Alfiya Khasanova
Natalya Novichkova
Yekaterina Gorbunova
50
3rd  Ukraine
Olha Skrypak
Viktoriya Pohorelska
Lyudmyla Kovalenko
Anna Mihel
57
4.  Poland 67
5.  Ireland 124
6.  Portugal 142
7.  France 151
8.  Spain 162

Total 13 teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toro ESP 7 December". European Athletics Association. Dec 9, 2007. Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved Jul 23, 2009. 
  2. ^ "XIV MAASTOJUOKSUN EM-KILPAILUT TORO (ESP) 9.12.2007, 09.12.2007, Päivitetty 09.12.2007 17:10". Suomen Urheiluliitto. Dec 9, 2007. Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved Jul 23, 2009. 

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Coordinates: 41°30′20″N 5°30′21″W / 41.50556°N 5.50583°W / 41.50556; -5.50583