2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior women's race

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Junior women's race at the 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 35th
Date March 24
Host city Mombasa, Kenya Kenya
Location Mombasa Golf Course
Nations participating 28
Athletes participating 87
Races 1
Distances 6 km – Junior women

The Junior women's race at the 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Mombasa Golf Course in Mombasa, Kenya, on March 24, 2007.[1] Reports of the event were given in the Herald,[2] and for the IAAF.[3]

Complete results for individuals,[4][5][6][7] and for teams[4][8][9][10] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior women's race (6 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Linet Chepkwemoi Barasa  Kenya 20:52
2 Mercy Jelimo Kosgei  Kenya 20:59
3 Veronica Nyaruai Wanjiru  Kenya 21:10
4 Sule Utura  Ethiopia 21:13
5 Genzebe Dibaba  Ethiopia 21:23
6 Meraf Bahta  Eritrea 21:24
7 Gladys Jepkemoi Chemweno  Kenya 21:27
8 Furtuna Zegergish  Eritrea 21:31
9 Kokob Mehari  Eritrea 21:50
10 Yodit Mehari  Eritrea 21:51
11 Misato Tomoeda  Japan 21:51
12 Marie Imada  Japan 21:54
13 Abebu Gelan  Ethiopia 21:54
14 Bizunesh Urgesa  Ethiopia 21:56
15 Charlotte Purdue  United Kingdom 22:00
16 Aberu Kebede  Ethiopia 22:05
17 Emily Pidgeon  United Kingdom 22:07
18 Atsuko Matsumura  Japan 22:10
19 Emebt Etea  Ethiopia 22:13
20 Aya Nagata  Japan 22:13
21 Viola Chemos  Uganda 22:27
22 Yoshie Maeda  Japan 22:30
23 Mercy Cherono  Kenya 22:32
24 Claudine Kwizera  Burundi 22:37
25 Yukari Sahaku  Japan 22:37
26 Jess Coulson  United Kingdom 22:38
27 Godeliève Nizigiyimana  Burundi 22:40
28 Joyce Nanzala  Uganda 22:54
29 Rachel Green  Australia 22:56
30 Danelle Woods  Canada 22:58
31 Mercy Chelangat  Uganda 23:00
32 Ikram Zouglali  Morocco 23:00
33 Khadija Afrayat  Morocco 23:02
34 Lucy Starrat  Australia 23:04
35 Durka Mana  Sudan 23:11
36 Lara Tamsett  Australia 23:15
37 Fatima Ouezzani  Morocco 23:20
38 Olivia Kenney  United Kingdom 23:22
39 Pauline Niyongere  Burundi 23:38
40 Sian Edwards  United Kingdom 23:41
41 Nancy Temuko  Uganda 23:44
42 Julie Collignon  France 23:53
43 Sarah Abu Hassan  Egypt 23:56
44 Radhia Juma  Tanzania 23:59
45 Theresia Joseph  Tanzania 24:00
46 Halima Hachlaf  Morocco 24:01
47 Betha Jacob  Tanzania 24:01
48 Juliet George  Tanzania 24:03
49 Praxedis Dim  South Africa 24:14
50 Helen Phenyane  South Africa 24:15
51 Rachel Cliff  Canada 24:15
52 Stevie Stockton  United Kingdom 24:21
53 Alita Phiri  South Africa 24:40
54 Melanie Cleland  New Zealand 24:43
55 Lindsay Carson  Canada 24:50
56 Maria Sgarbanti  Italy 24:52
57 Ainhoa Sanz  Spain 24:59
58 Luciana Viengo  Angola 24:59
59 Jessica Furlan  Canada 25:00
60 Asia Swalehe  Tanzania 25:09
61 Jane Tuge  South Africa 25:12
62 Makampong Masaile  Lesotho 25:29
63 Cjuiro Margot  Peru 25:29
64 Wahieba Abdelghani  Sudan 25:31
65 Francine Niyonizigiye  Burundi 25:59
66 Rihab Ahmed  Sudan 26:53
67 Thobile Ngwenyama  Swaziland 28:45
Izabela Trzaskalska  Poland DNF
Viktoria Ivanova  Russia DNF
Huillca Rocio  Peru DNF
Yoni Ninahuaman  Peru DNF
Cristina Jordán  Spain DNF
Elizet Banda  Zambia DNF
Joana Costa  Portugal DNF
Chaisa Belen  Peru DNF
Tereza Master  Malawi DNF
Rabab Arafi  Morocco DNF
Amanda Truelove  Canada DNF
Doreen Chesang  Uganda DNF
Stéphanie Nizigama  Burundi DNF
Barkahoum Drici  Algeria DNF
Amna Bursham  Sudan DNF
Pauline Chemning Korikwiang  Kenya DNF
Selina Mofokeng  South Africa DNF
Sheila Reid  Canada DNF
Mwanahawa Said  Tanzania DNF
Aïcha Bani  Morocco DNF

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Kenya
Linet Chepkwemoi Barasa 1
Mercy Jelimo Kosgei 2
Veronica Nyaruai Wanjiru 3
Gladys Jepkemoi Chemweno 7
(Mercy Cherono) (23)
(Pauline Chemning Korikwiang) (DNF)
13
2  Eritrea
Meraf Bahta 6
Furtuna Zegergish 8
Kokob Mehari 9
Yodit Mehari 10
33
3  Ethiopia
Sule Utura 4
Genzebe Dibaba 5
Abebu Gelan 13
Bizunesh Urgesa 14
(Aberu Kebede) (16)
(Emebt Etea) (19)
36
4  Japan
Misato Tomoeda 11
Marie Imada 12
Atsuko Matsumura 18
Aya Nagata 20
(Yoshie Maeda) (22)
(Yukari Sahaku) (25)
61
5  United Kingdom
Charlotte Purdue 15
Emily Pidgeon 17
Jess Coulson 26
Olivia Kenney 38
(Sian Edwards) (40)
(Stevie Stockton) (52)
96
6  Uganda
Viola Chemos 21
Joyce Nanzala 28
Mercy Chelangat 31
Nancy Temuko 41
(Doreen Chesang) (DNF)
121
7  Morocco
Ikram Zouglali 32
Khadija Afrayat 33
Fatima Ouezzani 37
Halima Hachlaf 46
(Aïcha Bani) (DNF)
(Rabab Arafi) (DNF)
148
8  Burundi
Claudine Kwizera 24
Godeliève Nizigiyimana 27
Pauline Niyongere 39
Francine Niyonizigiye 65
(Stéphanie Nizigama) (DNF)
155
9  Tanzania
Radhia Juma 44
Theresia Joseph 45
Betha Jacob 47
Juliet George 48
(Asia Swalehe) (60)
(Mwanahawa Said) (DNF)
184
10  Canada
Danelle Woods 30
Rachel Cliff 51
Lindsay Carson 55
Jessica Furlan 59
(Amanda Truelove) (DNF)
(Sheila Reid) (DNF)
195
11  South Africa
Praxedis Dim 49
Helen Phenyane 50
Alita Phiri 53
Jane Tuge 61
(Selina Mofokeng) (DNF)
213
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 87 athletes from 28 countries participated in the Junior women's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - BYDGOSZCZ 2013 - FACTS & FIGURES, IAAF, p. 2, retrieved November 2, 2013 
  2. ^ Farah defies heat to stay in the hunt, Herald, March 25, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  3. ^ Ramsak, Bob (March 24, 2007), Kenya's junior monopoly - Mombasa 2007, IAAF, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  4. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 6.0km CC Women - Mombasa Date: Saturday, March 24, 2007, Athchamps (archived), retrieved November 4, 2013 
  5. ^ Junior Race - W Final, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  6. ^ Results - 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Mombasa, KENYA 24 MAR 2007 - Junior Race - women, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  7. ^ 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Mombasa - Saturday 24 March 2007 - Junior Race - Women - Results, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - W, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Mombasa, KENYA 24 MAR 2007 - Junior Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013 
  10. ^ 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Mombasa - Saturday 24 March 2007 - Junior Race - Women - Team Standings, IAAF, March 24, 2007, retrieved November 4, 2013