World Marathon Cup

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The World Marathon Cup (full name IAAF World Marathon Cup) is an international event organized by International Association of Athletics Federations every two years.

From 1997 till 2011 it was incorporated with IAAF World Championships in Athletics.[1]

Editions[edit]

Year Venue Date
1985 Japan Hiroshima 13–14 April
1987 South Korea Seoul 11–12 April
1989 Italy Milan 13–16 April
1991 United Kingdom London 21 April
1993 Spain San Sebastián 31 October
1995 Greece Athens 9 April
1997 Greece Athens 9 and 10 August
1999 Spain Seville 28 and 29 August
2001 Canada Edmonton 3 and 12 August
2003 France Paris 30 e 31 August
2005 Finland Helsinki 13 and 14 August
2007 Japan Osaka 25 August and 2 September
2009 Germany Berlin 22–23 August
2011 South Korea Daegu 27 August and 4 September

Winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Time Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Time Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Time
1985  Djibouti 06:27:08  Japan 06:31:43  Ethiopia 06:32:46
1987  Italy
3. Salvatore Bettiol
4. Salvatore Nicosia
5. Osvaldo Faustini
06:36:38  Japan 06:39:23  France 06:43:46
1989  Ethiopia 06:37:20  Italy
3. Gianni Poli
7. Salvatore Bettiol
14. Osvaldo Faustini
06:37:51  France 06:38:51
1991  United Kingdom 06:34:59  Portugal 06:35:55  Poland 06:36:12
1993  Ethiopia 06:31:17  Italy
2. Severino Bernardini
8. Luca Barzaghi
13. Walter Durbano
06:32:41  United Kingdom 06:34:06
1995  Italy
3. Davide Milesi
6. Marco Gozzano
7. Roberto Crosio
06:43:42  France 06:48:47  Spain 06:51:05
1997  Spain 06:43:30  Italy
4. Danilo Goffi
6. Giacomo Leone
30. Francesco Ingargiola
06:55:33  Brazil 07:02:56
1999  Italy
2. Vincenzo Modica
5. Danilo Goffi
10. Daniele Caimmi
06:45:16  Japan 06:45:42  Ethiopia 06:50:11
2001  Ethiopia 06:43:32  Japan 06:48:36  Italy
3. Stefano Baldini
11. Giacomo Leone
17. Alberico Di Cecco
06:51:56
2003  Japan 06:30:43  Italy
3. Stefano Baldini
6. Daniele Caimmi
22. Alberico Di Cecco
06:32:19  South Africa 06:35:54
2005  Japan 06:38:39  Kenya 06:46:38  Ethiopia 06:52:14
2007  Japan 06:54:23  South Korea 07:12:08  Kenya 07:12:33
2009  Kenya 06:25:28  Ethiopia 06:32:06  Japan 06:41:05
2011  Kenya 06:29:23  Japan 06:41:13  Morocco 06:42:18

Women[edit]

Year Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Time Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Time Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Time
1985  Italy
4. Laura Fogli
6. Rita Marchisio
11. Emma Scaunich
07:51:27  Soviet Union
2. Zoya Ivanova
10. Raisa Smekhnova
Nadia Ushanova
07:53:22  East Germany
1. Katrin Dörre
19. Birgit Weinhold
22. Gabriele Martins
08:00:02
1987  Soviet Union 07:34:39  East Germany 07:42:10  France 07:46:41
1989  Soviet Union 07:51:29  United States 07:56:17  China 07:57:07
1991  Soviet Union 07:30:21  Italy
10. Anna Villani
11. Antonella Bizioli
13. Laura Fogli
07:36:37  France 07:38:51
1993  China
1. Wang Junxia
2. Zhang Linli
3. Zhang Lirong
4. Ma Liyan
07:27:43  Spain 07:33:55  Russia 07:44:07
1995  Romania 07:35:05  Russia 07:47:39  Italy
4. Ornella Ferrara
15. Maura Viceconte
16. Antonella Bizioli
07:50:46
1997  Japan 07:38:57  Romania 07:52:18  Italy
3. Ornella Ferrara
13. Franca Fiacconi
24. Laura Fogli
07:56:31
1999  Japan 07:27:52  Romania 07:34:37  Germany 07:35:41
2001  Japan 07:22:36  Russia 07:26:00  Romania 07:29:44
2003  Japan 07:14:48  Ethiopia 07:24:56  Russia 07:31:04
2005  Kenya 07:12:37  Japan 07:16:35  United Kingdom 07:27:04
2007  Kenya 07:35:02  China 07:35:52  Japan 07:37:39
2009  China 07:17:02  Japan 07:22:15  Russia 07:24:42
2011  Kenya 07:26:57  China 07:31:34  Ethiopia 07:32:20

Medal table[edit]

Men
# Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 3 5 1 9
2  Italy 3 4 1 8
3  Ethiopia 3 1 3 7
4  Kenya 2 1 1 4
5  United Kingdom 1 0 1 2
 Spain 1 0 1 2
7  Djibouti 1 0 0 1
8  France 0 1 2 3
9  Portugal 0 1 0 1
 South Korea 0 1 0 1
11  Poland 0 0 1 1
 South Africa 0 0 1 1
 Brazil 0 0 1 1
 Morocco 0 0 1 1
14 14 14 42
Women
# Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 4 2 1 7
2  Soviet Union 3 1 0 4
3  Kenya 3 0 0 3
4  China 2 2 1 5
5  Romania 1 2 1 4
6  Italy 1 1 2 4
7  Russia 0 2 3 5
8  East Germany 0 1 1 2
9  Ethiopia 0 1 1 1
10  United States 0 1 0 1
 Spain 0 1 0 1
12  France 0 0 2 2
13  Germany 0 0 1 1
 United Kingdom 0 0 1 1
14 14 14 42

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IAAF WORLD ATHLETICS SERIES". iaaf.org. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 

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