2009 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior women's race

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Junior women's race at the 2009 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 37th
Date March 28
Host city Amman, Jordan Jordan
Location Al Bisharat Golf Course
Nations participating 27
Athletes participating 99
Races 1
Distances 6 km – Junior women

The Junior women's race at the 2009 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Al Bisharat Golf Course in Amman, Jordan, on March 28, 2009.[1] Reports of the event were given in the New York Times[2][3] and for the IAAF.[4]

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

Race results[edit]

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

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1 Genzebe Dibaba  Ethiopia 20:14
2 Mercy Cherono  Kenya 20:17
3 Jackline Chepngeno  Kenya 20:27
4 Frehiwat Goshu  Ethiopia 20:34
5 Nelly Chebet Ngeiywo  Kenya 20:36
6 Sule Utura  Ethiopia 20:38
7 Emebet Anteneh  Ethiopia 20:42
8 Hilda Chepkemoi Tanui  Kenya 20:49
9 Meseret Mengistu  Ethiopia 20:52
10 Jackline Chebii  Kenya 21:01
11 Emily Brichacek  Australia 21:02
12 Tsega Gelaw  Ethiopia 21:11
13 Lauren Howarth  United Kingdom 21:14
14 Charlotte Purdue  United Kingdom 21:23
15 Gladys Jerotich Kibiwot  Bahrain 21:25
16 Delvine Relin Meringor  Kenya 21:27
17 Nanaka Izawa  Japan 21:27
18 Erika Ikeda  Japan 21:30
19 Neely Spence  United States 21:33
20 Asami Kato  Japan 21:33
21 Aki Otagiri  Japan 21:40
22 Chitose Shibata  Japan 21:47
23 Tejitu Daba  Bahrain 21:47
24 Shitaye Eshete  Bahrain 21:50
25 Kate Avery  United Kingdom 21:53
26 Ashley Brasovan  United States 21:55
27 Nazret Weldu  Eritrea 21:58
28 Clémence Calvin  France 22:01
29 Tsige Gebrebrhan  Eritrea 22:02
30 Helen Hayelom  Eritrea 22:07
31 Lillian Partridge  United Kingdom 22:10
32 Chloe Tighe  Australia 22:11
33 Bai Baoqin  China 22:11
34 Louise Small  United Kingdom 22:13
35 Alexandra Dunne  United States 22:15
36 Nicki Maria McFadzien  New Zealand 22:15
37 Emi Kameyama  Japan 22:15
38 Elena Sedova  Russia 22:17
39 Maxine Heine-Wacker  South Africa 22:24
40 Francine Nibaruta  Burundi 22:25
41 Tatiana Prorokova  Russia 22:26
42 Chelsea Graham  Canada 22:29
43 Valeria Roffino  Italy 22:30
44 Emily Pritt  United States 22:31
45 Anna Catharina Gildenhuys  South Africa 22:32
46 Kedish Tesfay  Eritrea 22:33
47 Jana Van Wabeke  Belgium 22:35
48 Hollie Emery  Australia 22:39
49 Marina Petrova  Russia 22:40
50 Caroline Pfister  Canada 22:42
51 Narjes Issaoui  Tunisia 22:44
52 Tiegssti Negassi  Eritrea 22:44
53 Daniela Cunha  Portugal 22:44
54 Liudmila Lebedeva  Russia 22:44
55 Aleksandra Kudryashova  Russia 22:47
56 Jeanne D'arc Mukakigeli  Rwanda 22:50
57 Charo Inga  Peru 22:52
58 Adeline Musabyimana  Rwanda 22:53
59 Hadda Souadia  Algeria 22:54
60 Safa Jammeli  Tunisia 22:55
61 Embeitey Belay  Eritrea 22:58
62 Fatima-Zahra Ouhrisse  Morocco 23:03
63 Lucia Coli  Italy 23:06
64 Sandra Mosquera  Spain 23:08
65 Sara Vaughn  United States 23:09
66 Tamara Carvolth  Australia 23:14
67 Hafida Benjilali  Morocco 23:16
68 Nawal Yahi  Algeria 23:19
69 Habiba Hammam  Morocco 23:22
70 Fatima Ouezzani  Morocco 23:23
71 Stephanie Aldea  Canada 23:25
72 Nabila Sifi  Algeria 23:27
73 Nandipha Dywili  South Africa 23:37
74 Estefanía Tobal  Spain 23:39
75 Tamara Jewett  Canada 23:42
76 Laura Park  United Kingdom 23:45
77 Ashleigh Schnettler  South Africa 23:49
78 Yamna Ambarki  Morocco 23:53
79 Hayat Amri  Morocco 23:57
80 Letitia Saayman  South Africa 24:09
81 Bénisse Inamahoro  Burundi 24:10
82 Elena Gerasimova  Russia 24:17
83 Tania Carretero  Spain 24:20
84 Zinhle Sinqe  South Africa 24:27
85 Ala'ziad Khalifah  Jordan 24:32
86 Marwa Nasri  Tunisia 24:58
87 Nabila Chaib Draa  Algeria 25:00
88 Hassiba Bioudi  Algeria 25:10
89 Naïma Bakaddour  Algeria 25:19
90 Amira Saghraoui  Tunisia 25:28
91 Katarzyna Broniatowska  Poland 25:53
92 Rasha Ayoub  Jordan 26:13
93 Ghurour Aldeghemat  Jordan 26:20
94 Nahida Albawwat  Jordan 27:02
95 Naama Barka  Libya 28:48
Geneviève Lalonde  Canada DNF
Faten Nemrawy  Jordan DNF
Esra'a Ikhlawi  Jordan DNF
Justine Johnson  Canada DNF

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1  Ethiopia
Genzebe Dibaba 1
Frehiwat Goshu 4
Sule Utura 6
Emebet Anteneh 7
(Meseret Mengistu) (9)
(Tsega Gelaw) (12)
18
2  Kenya
Mercy Cherono 2
Jackline Chepngeno 3
Nelly Chebet Ngeiywo 5
Hilda Chepkemoi Tanui 8
(Jackline Chebii) (10)
(Delvine Relin Meringor) (16)
18
3  Japan
Nanaka Izawa 17
Erika Ikeda 18
Asami Kato 20
Aki Otagiri 21
(Chitose Shibata) (22)
(Emi Kameyama) (37)
76
4  United Kingdom
Lauren Howarth 13
Charlotte Purdue 14
Kate Avery 25
Lillian Partridge 31
(Louise Small) (34)
(Laura Park) (76)
83
5  United States
Neely Spence 19
Ashley Brasovan 26
Alexandra Dunne 35
Emily Pritt 44
(Sara Vaughn) (65)
124
6  Eritrea
Nazret Weldu 27
Tsige Gebrebrhan 29
Helen Hayelom 30
Kedish Tesfay 46
(Tiegssti Negassi) (52)
(Embeitey Belay) (61)
132
7  Australia
Emily Brichacek 11
Chloe Tighe 32
Hollie Emery 48
Tamara Carvolth 66
157
8  Russia
Elena Sedova 38
Tatiana Prorokova 41
Marina Petrova 49
Liudmila Lebedeva 54
(Aleksandra Kudryashova) (55)
(Elena Gerasimova) (82)
182
9  South Africa
Maxine Heine-Wacker 39
Anna Catharina Gildenhuys 45
Nandipha Dywili 73
Ashleigh Schnettler 77
(Letitia Saayman) (80)
(Zinhle Sinqe) (84)
234
10  Canada
Chelsea Graham 42
Caroline Pfister 50
Stephanie Aldea 71
Tamara Jewett 75
(Geneviève Lalonde) (DNF)
(Justine Johnson) (DNF)
238
11  Morocco
Fatima-Zahra Ouhrisse 62
Hafida Benjilali 67
Habiba Hammam 69
Fatima Ouezzani 70
(Yamna Ambarki) (78)
(Hayat Amri) (79)
268
12  Algeria
Hadda Souadia 59
Nawal Yahi 68
Nabila Sifi 72
Nabila Chaib Draa 87
(Hassiba Bioudi) (88)
(Naïma Bakaddour) (89)
286
13  Tunisia
Narjes Issaoui 51
Safa Jammeli 60
Marwa Nasri 86
Amira Saghraoui 90
287
14  Jordan
Ala'ziad Khalifah 85
Rasha Ayoub 92
Ghurour Aldeghemat 93
Nahida Albawwat 94
(Esra'a Ikhlawi) (DNF)
(Faten Nemrawy) (DNF)
364
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 99 athletes from 27 countries participated in the Junior women's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[1]

See also[edit]

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