2007 IAAF World Road Running Championships

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2007 IAAF World Road Running Championships
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Host city Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy Italy
Nations participating 37
Athletes participating 144
Dates 2007-10-14
Race length 21.097 kilometres
(half marathon)
Individual Prize Money (US$) 1st: 30,000
2nd: 15,000
3rd: 10,000
4th: 7,000
5th: 5,000
6th: 3,000
Team Prize Money (US$) 1st: 15,000
2nd: 12,000
3rd: 9,000
4th: 7,500
5th: 6,000
6th: 3,000
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The 2007 IAAF World Road Running Championships were held in Udine, Italy on 14 October 2007. Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results were given both for the men's race[1][2] and for the women's race.[3][4]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Men  Zersenay Tadesse (ERI) 58:59  Patrick Makau Musyoki (KEN) 59:02  Evans Kiprop Cheruiyot (KEN) 59:05
Women  Lornah Kiplagat (NED) 1:06:25  Mary Jepkosgei Keitany (KEN) 1:06:48  Pamela Chepchumba (KEN) 1:08:06
Team
Team Men  Kenya 2:58:54  Eritrea 2:59:08  Ethiopia 3:01:15
Team Women  Kenya 3:23:33  Ethiopia 3:25:51  Japan 3:27:39

Race Results[edit]

Complete results were published[5] for the men's race,[6][7] for the women's race,[8][9] for men's team,[10][11] and for women's team.[12][13]

Men's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Zersenay Tadesse  Eritrea 58:59 CR
2nd Patrick Makau Musyoki  Kenya 59:02
3rd Evans Kiprop Cheruiyot  Kenya 59:05 PB
4 Deriba Merga  Ethiopia 59:16 PB
5 Yonas Kifle  Eritrea 59:30 PB
6 Dieudonné Disi  Rwanda 59:32 NR
7 Marilson dos Santos  Brazil 59:33 AR
8 Dickson Marwa  Tanzania 1:00:24 PB
9 Atsushi Sato  Japan 1:00:25 AR
10 Cuthbert Nyasango  Zimbabwe 1:00:26 NR
11 Fabiano Joseph  Tanzania 1:00:27
12 Raji Assefa  Ethiopia 1:00:31 PB
13 Michael Tesfay  Eritrea 1:00:39 PB
14 Ali Dawoud Sedam  Qatar 1:00:39 NR
15 Robert Kipkorir Kipchumba  Kenya 1:00:47 SB
16 Samson Kiflemariam  Eritrea 1:00:52 PB
17 Nicolas Kiprono  Uganda 1:00:57 NR
18 Tariku Jufar  Ethiopia 1:01:28 PB
19 Ezekiel Ngimba  Tanzania 1:01:28 PB
20 Pierre Joncheray  France 1:01:36 PB
21 Mohammed Abduh Bakhet  Qatar 1:01:38
22 Kidane Gemechu  Ethiopia 1:01:38 PB
23 Günther Weidlinger  Austria 1:01:42 NR
24 Ahmed Hassan Abdullah  Qatar 1:01:46 PB
25 Samwel Kwaangu Shauri  Tanzania 1:01:58 PB
26 Sylvain Rukundo  Rwanda 1:01:59 PB
27 Wilson Busienei  Uganda 1:02:05
28 James Kibet  Uganda 1:02:07 PB
29 Ahmed Jumaa Jaber  Qatar 1:02:08 PB
30 Kazuhiro Maeda  Japan 1:02:08 PB
31 Ricardo Serrano  Spain 1:02:09 PB
32 Ruggero Pertile  Italy 1:02:17 PB
33 Kenji Noguchi  Japan 1:02:20 PB
34 Lusapho April  South Africa 1:02:24 SB
35 Fernando Rey  Spain 1:02:26 PB
36 Tewoldebrhan Mengisteab  Eritrea 1:02:36
37 Nkosinoxolo Sonqibido  South Africa 1:02:36 PB
38 Gervais Hakizimana  Rwanda 1:02:43 PB
39 Clodoaldo da Silva  Brazil 1:02:50 PB
40 João de Lima  Brazil 1:02:51 PB
41 Daniele Caimmi  Italy 1:02:57 SB
42 Juan Carlos Romero  Mexico 1:03:20 PB
43 Isaac Kiprop  Uganda 1:03:20
44 Keenetse Moswasi  Botswana 1:03:21 PB
45 Francis Larabal  Kenya 1:03:22
46 Yevgeniy Rybakov  Russia 1:03:22
47 Anatoliy Rybakov  Russia 1:03:23 PB
48 Jussi Utriainen  Finland 1:03:24 PB
49 Giovanni Ruggiero  Italy 1:03:25 SB
50 Jesse Stroobants  Belgium 1:03:29
51 Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 1:03:31
52 Olebogeng Masire  South Africa 1:03:32 PB
53 Moustafa Ahmed Shebto  Qatar 1:03:33
54 Tetsuo Nishimura  Japan 1:03:41
55 Aguelmis Rojas  Cuba 1:03:48
56 Ottaviano Andriani  Italy 1:03:54 SB
57 Thabiso Moeng  South Africa 1:04:02 PB
58 Eshetu Gezhagne  Ethiopia 1:04:04
59 Diego Colorado  Colombia 1:04:18 SB
60 Sergey Yemelyanov  Russia 1:04:30
61 Martin Pröll  Austria 1:04:32 PB
62 Giomar da Silva  Brazil 1:04:34
63 José de Souza  Brazil 1:04:35 SB
64 Francisco Bautista  Mexico 1:04:40 PB
65 Markus Hohenwarter  Austria 1:04:45 PB
66 Jan Simons  South Africa 1:05:38
67 Ernesto Zamora  Uruguay 1:06:00 PB
68 Giovanny Amador  Colombia 1:06:07 PB
69 Christian Pflügl  Austria 1:06:26 PB
70 Julio Rey  Spain 1:06:29
71 Kaelo Mosalagae  Botswana 1:06:57 SB
72 Edwin Romero  Colombia 1:08:00 PB
73 Kabo Gabaseme  Botswana 1:08:22 SB
74 Robert Lugo  Venezuela 1:08:22
75 Richard Jones  Trinidad and Tobago 1:10:17
76 Christophe Yahiri  Ivory Coast 1:11:23
77 Perhat Annagylyjov  Turkmenistan 1:13:24
78 Curtis Cox  Trinidad and Tobago 1:14:51 PB
79 Jules La Rode  Trinidad and Tobago 1:14:52 PB
Mokhtar Benhari  France DNF
Denis Curzi  Italy DNF
Jean-Marie Kouakou  Ivory Coast DNF
José Francisco Chaves  Costa Rica DNS
Mahmoud Abuattaya  Palestine DNS
Abdinasir Said Ibrahim  Somalia DNS

Women's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Lornah Kiplagat  Netherlands 1:06:25 WR
2nd Mary Jepkosgei Keitany  Kenya 1:06:48 NR
3rd Pamela Chepchumba  Kenya 1:08:06 PB
4 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 1:08:07 NR
5 Atsede Habtamu  Ethiopia 1:08:29
6 Everline Kimwei  Kenya 1:08:39 PB
7 Chisato Osaki  Japan 1:08:56 PB
8 Luminița Talpoș  Romania 1:09:01 PB
9 Alice Timbilil  Kenya 1:09:09
10 Alina Tecuţă/Gherasim  Romania 1:09:14 SB
11 Atsede Baysa  Ethiopia 1:09:15 PB
12 Akane Taira  Japan 1:09:17 PB
13 Yoshimi Ozaki  Japan 1:09:26 PB
14 Irina Timofeyeva  Russia 1:09:29 PB
15 Alina Ivanova  Russia 1:09:32 PB
16 Deena Kastor  United States 1:09:38
17 Olga Glok  Russia 1:09:58 PB
18 Lidia Simon  Romania 1:10:08 SB
19 Genet Getaneh  Ethiopia 1:10:30
20 Krisztina Papp  Hungary 1:10:53 PB
21 Furtuna Zegergish  Eritrea 1:11:03 NR
22 Christelle Daunay  France 1:11:05 PB
23 Anna Incerti  Italy 1:11:09 SB
24 Vincenza Sicari  Italy 1:11:12 PB
25 Liliya Shobukhova  Russia 1:11:35
26 Yuko Machida  Japan 1:11:55 SB
27 Katie McGregor  United States 1:12:01
28 Daniela Cârlan  Romania 1:12:14
29 Selma Borst  Netherlands 1:12:41 SB
30 Claudia Pinna  Italy 1:12:44 PB
31 Angeline Nyiransabimana  Rwanda 1:12:44 NR
32 Tara Storage  United States 1:12:47 PB
33 Lisa Weightman  Australia 1:12:53
34 Desireé Davila  United States 1:12:54
35 Karina Pérez  Mexico 1:12:55 PB
36 Luciah Kimani  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:12:55 NR
37 Paula Todorán  Romania 1:12:59
38 Renate Rungger  Italy 1:13:10
39 Yurika Nakamura  Japan 1:13:13
40 Michelle Ross-Cope  Great Britain 1:13:45
41 Ednalva da Silva  Brazil 1:14:23
42 Bertha Sánchez  Colombia 1:14:40 SB
43 Anke Van Campen  Belgium 1:14:40 PB
44 Petra Kamínková/Drajzajtlová  Czech Republic 1:14:47
45 Paula Apolonio  Mexico 1:15:00 PB
46 Magdaliní Gazéa  Greece 1:15:17 PB
47 Carmen Oliveras  France 1:15:27
48 Lucélia Peres  Brazil 1:15:39
49 Wendy Nicholls/Jones  Great Britain 1:16:54
50 Épiphanie Nyirabaramé  Rwanda 1:17:14 PB
51 Norelys Lugo  Venezuela 1:17:48
52 Martha Ronceria  Colombia 1:18:18
53 Lina Arias  Colombia 1:20:16
54 Shermin La Saldo  Trinidad and Tobago 1:25:37 NR
55 Marisol Redón  Uruguay 1:26:47
56 Christine Regis  Trinidad and Tobago 1:28:50
Mariana Carpine  Democratic Republic of the Congo DNF
Louise Damen  Great Britain DNF
Fatna Maraoui  Italy DNF
Leyla Dzhumayeva  Turkmenistan DNF
Alicia Shay  United States DNF
Susan Chepkemei  Kenya DQ
Sandrine Menguee Zambo  Cameroon DNS

: Susan Chepkemei from  Kenya initially did not finish, but was tested positive for Salbutamol and disqualified.[14]

Team Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Kenya Patrick Makau Musyoki
Evans Kiprop Cheruiyot
Robert Kipchumba
2:58:54
2nd  Eritrea Zersenay Tadesse
Yonas Kifle
Michael Tesfay
2:59:08
3rd  Ethiopia Deriba Merga
Raji Assefa
Tariku Jufar
3:01:15
4  Tanzania Dickson Marwa
Fabiano Joseph
Ezekiel Ngimba
3:02:19
5  Qatar Ali Dawoud Sedam
Mohammed Abduh Bakhet
Ahmed Hassan Abdullah
3:04:03
6  Rwanda Dieudonné Disi
Sylvain Rukundo
Gervais Hakizimana
3:04:14
7  Japan Atsushi Sato
Kazuhiro Maeda
Kenji Noguchi
3:04:53
8  Uganda Nicolas Kiprono
Wilson Busienei
James Kibet
3:05:09
9  Brazil Marilson dos Santos
Clodoaldo da Silva
João de Lima
3:05:14
10  South Africa Lusapho April
Nkosinoxolo Sonqibido
Olebogeng Masire
3:08:32
11  Italy Ruggero Pertile
Daniele Caimmi
Giovanni Ruggiero
3:08:39
12  Austria Günther Weidlinger
Martin Pröll
Markus Hohenwarter
3:10:59
13  Spain Ricardo Serrano
Fernando Rey
Julio Rey
3:11:04
14  Russia Yevgeniy Rybakov
Anatoliy Rybakov
Sergey Yemelyanov
3:11:15
15  Colombia Diego Colorado
Giovanny Amador
Edwin Romero
3:18:25
16  Botswana Keenetse Moswasi
Kaelo Mosalagae
Kabo Gabaseme
3:18:40
17  Trinidad and Tobago Richard Jones
Curtis Cox
Jules La Rode
3:40:00

Women's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Kenya Mary Jepkosgei Keitany
Pamela Chepchumba
Everline Kimwei
3:23:33
2nd  Ethiopia Bezunesh Bekele
Atsede Habtamu
Atsede Baysa
3:25:51
3rd  Japan Chisato Osaki
Akane Taira
Yoshimi Ozaki
3:27:39
4  Romania Luminița Talpoș
Alina Tecuţă/Gherasim
Lidia Simon
3:28:23
5  Russia Irina Timofeyeva
Alina Ivanova
Olga Glok
3:28:59
6  United States Deena Kastor
Katie McGregor
Tara Storage
3:34:26
7  Italy Anna Incerti
Vincenza Sicari
Claudia Pinna
3:35:05
8  Colombia Bertha Sánchez
Martha Ronceria
Lina Arias
3:53:14
 Great Britain Michelle Ross-Cope
Wendy Nicholls/Jones
Louise Damen
DNF

Participation[edit]

The participation of 144 athletes (82 men/62 women) from 37 countries is reported.[5] Although announced, athletes from  Cameroon,  Costa Rica,  Palestine, and  Somalia did not show.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ramsak, Bob (October 14, 2007), Tadese successfully defends in Udine – Men's Race Report, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  2. ^ Turner, Chris (October 14, 2007), ‘It felt like the whole of Eritrea was running with me’ - Tadese, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  3. ^ Martin, David (October 14, 2007), 1:06:25 World Half Marathon Record for Kiplagat in Udine - Women's Race Report, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  4. ^ Turner, Chris (October 14, 2007), A confident Kiplagat absorbs her perfect day in Udine, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  5. ^ a b IAAF WORLD HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS - KAVARNA 2012 - FACTS & FIGURES - Incorporating the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (1992-2005/2008-2010) & the IAAF World Road Running Championships 2006/2007, IAAF, retrieved September 1, 2013 
  6. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships - Udine - Sunday 14 October 2007 - Half Marathon - MEN - RESULTS, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  7. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships > Half Marathon - men > Result, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  8. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships - Udine - Sunday 14 October 2007 - Half Marathon - WOMEN - RESULTS, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  9. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships > Half Marathon - women > Result, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  10. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - M, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  11. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships > Half Marathon - men > Team, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  12. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - W, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  13. ^ 2nd IAAF World Road Running Championships > Half Marathon - women > Result, IAAF, October 14, 2007, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  14. ^ Doping Rule Violation, IAAF, February 25, 2008, retrieved September 10, 2013 

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