2009 World Marathon Cup

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The 2009 World Marathon Cup was the 13th edition of the World Marathon Cup of athletics and were held in Berlin, Germany, inside of the 2009 World Championships.

The Russian women's team fell from the third to the fifth place, after Nailiya Yulamanova (eighth place; 2:27:08 h) had been disqualified because of doping. The Russian men's team (seventh place) dropped out of the rankings after the disqualification of Mikhail Lemaev (45th place; 2:21:47 h).

Results[edit]

Team men
Rank Nation Time
1  Kenya
Abel Kirui (1st)
Emmanuel Kipchirchir Mutai (2nd)
Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot (5th)
6:54:23
2:06:54
2:07:48
2:10:46
2  Ethiopia
Tsegay Kebede (3rd)
Yemane Tsegay (4th)
Dejene Yirdaw (15th)
6:32:06
2:08:35
2:08:42
2:15:09
3  Japan
Atsushi Sato (6th)
Masaya Shimizu (11th)
Satoshi Irifune (14th)
6:41:05
2:12:05
2:14:06
2:14:54
4  Portugal
José Moreira (9th)
Luís Feiteira (10th)
Fernando Silva (13th)
6:42:59
2:14:05
2:14:06
2:14:48
5  South Africa
Norman Dlomo (12th)
Johannes Kekana (17th)
Coolboy Ngamole (22nd)
6:46:27
2:14:39
2:15:28
2:16:20
6  Brazil
Marilson dos Santos (16th)
Adriano Bastos (19th)
José de Souza (23rd)
6:47:32
2:15:13
2:15:39
2:16:40
7  Australia
Martin Dent (21st)
Andrew Letherby (30th)
Mark Tucker (46th)
6:55:31
2:16:05
2:17:29
2:21:57
8  Germany
André Pollmächer (18th)
Martin Beckmann (34th)
Falk Cierpinski (49th)
6:56:20
2:15:36
2:18:08
2:22:36
9  France
Simon Munyutu (32nd)
James Kibocha Theuri (41st)
Driss El Himer (44th)
6:59:36
2:17:53
2:20:24
2:21:19
10  Canada
Reid Coolsaet (25th)
Dylan Wykes (33rd)
Andrew Smith (52nd)
6:59:41
2:16:53
2:18:00
2:24:48
11  Mexico
Alejandro Suárez (37th)
Carlos Cordero (48th)
Juan Gualberto Vargas (54th)
7:06:37
2:18:55
2:22:16
2:25:26
12  United States
Daniel Browne (24th)
Matt Gabrielson (36th)
Nate Jenkins (62nd)
7:07:46
2:16:49
2:18:41
2:32:16
13  Tanzania
Phaustin Baha Sulle (28th)
Getuli Bayo (56th)
Andrea Silvini (59th)
7:11:51
2:17:11
2:25:52
2:28:48
14  South Korea
Lee Myong-Seung (45th)
Lee Myong-Ki (64th)
Yook Geun-Tae (68th)
7:37:53
2:21:54
2:35:12
2:40:47
Team women
Rank Nation Time
1  China
Bai Xue (1st)
Zhou Chunxiu (4th)
Zhu Xiaolin (5th)
7:17:02
2:25:15
2:25:39
2:26:08
2  Japan
Yoshimi Ozaki (2nd)
Yuri Kano (7th)
Yoshiko Fujinaga (13th)
7:22:15
2:25:25
2:26:57
2:29:53
3  Ethiopia
Aselefech Mergia (3rd)
Bezunesh Bekele (15th)
Dire Tune (22nd)
7:24:42
2:25:32
2:30:03
2:32:42
4  United States
Kara Goucher (9th)
Desireé Davila (10th)
Tera Moody (27th)
7:32:20
2:27:48
2:27:53
2:36:39
5  Russia
Alevtina Biktimirova (8th)
Svetlana Zakharova (14th)
Olga Glok (28th)
7:34:31
2:27:39
2:29:55
2:36:57
6  Kenya
Julia Mumbi Muraga (11th)
Irene Limika (20th)
Risper Jemeli Kimaiyo (36th)
7:39:51
2:28:59
2:31:29
2:39:23
7  North Korea
Kim Kum-Ok (19th)
Jong Yong-Ok (32nd)
Phyo Un-Suk (41st)
7:50:32
2:31:24
2:38:29
2:40:39
8  New Zealand
Mary Davies (34th)
Fiona Docherty (40th)
Shireen Crumpton (43rd)
8:00:37
2:38:48
2:40:18
2:41:31
9  France
Patricia Lossouarn (48th)
Laurence Klein (49th)
Stephanie Briand (53rd)
8:13:43
2:42:40
2:42:47
2:48:16
Individual men
Rank Athlete Nationality Time
1 Abel Kirui  Kenya 2:06:54
2 Emmanuel Kipchirchir Mutai  Kenya 2:07:48
3 Tsegaye Kebede Ethiopia Ethiopia 2:08:35
4 Yemane Tsegay Ethiopia Ethiopia 2:08:42
5 Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot  Kenya 2:10:46
6 Atsushi Sato  Japan 2:12:05
7 Adil Ennani  Morocco 2:12:12
8 José Manuel Martínez  Spain 2:14:04
Individual women
Rank Athlete Nationality Time
1 Bai Xue  China 2:25:15
2 Yoshimi Ozaki  Japan 2:25:25
3 Aselefech Mergia  Ethiopia 2:25:32
4 Zhou Chunxiu  China 2:25:39
5 Zhu Xiaolin  China 2:26:08
6 Marisa Barros  Portugal 2:26:50
7 Yuri Kano  Japan 2:26:57
8 Alevtina Biktimirova  Russia 2:27:39

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