1982 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 1982 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition10th
DateMarch 21
Host cityRome, Italy Italy
LocationIppodromo delle Capannelle
Nations participating17
Athletes participating93
Races1
Distances7.926 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 1982 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Rome, Italy, at the Ippodromo delle Capannelle on March 21, 1982. A report on the event was given in the Glasgow Herald.[1]

Complete results,[2] medallists, [3] and the results of British athletes[4] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (7.926 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Zurbachev Gelaw  Ethiopia 22:45.3
2nd, silver medalist(s) Adugna Lema  Ethiopia 22:46.6
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Stefano Mei  Italy 22:48.7
4 Hunde Kume  Ethiopia 22:50.5
5 Teka Mekonnen  Ethiopia 22:56.2
6 Francesco Panetta  Italy 23:08.4
7 Salvatore Nicosia  Italy 23:09.2
8 Jonathan Richards  England 23:11.4
9 Gonfa Negere  Ethiopia 23:14.3
10 Bekele Debele  Ethiopia 23:19.7
11 John Easker  United States 23:25
12 Francisco Espejo  Spain 23:29.7
13 Mike Chorlton  England 23:33.6
14 Tom Ansberry  United States 23:36.4
15 Alexandr Chepasov  Soviet Union 23:37.8
16 Martín Fiz  Spain 23:38.6
17 Chris Brewster  Canada 23:41.5
18 Pere Arco  Spain 23:46
19 Marc Olesen  Canada 23:50.2
20 Oleg Strizhakov  Soviet Union 23:53.9
21 Ranieri Carenza  Italy 23:55
22 George Nicholas  United States 23:59.2
23 Joe Stinzi  United States 24:01.8
24 Larbi El Mouadden  Morocco 24:02.9
25 Aissa Remel  Algeria 24:03.7
26 Juan Toledano  Spain 24:06.6
27 Abdellah Boubia  Morocco 24:07.1
28 Dave Reid  Canada 24:07.5
29 Robert Cameron  Scotland 24:08.5
30 Mohamed M'hamdi  Morocco 24:09
31 Paul McCloy  Canada 24:10.3
32 Cripiano Lucas  Portugal 24:11.7
33 Adelino Hidalgo  Spain 24:12.7
34 José Manuel Albentosa  Spain 24:13
35 José Correira  Portugal 24:13.4
36 Paul O'Callaghan  Ireland 24:14
37 Andrew Evans  Wales 24:15.7
38 Paul Fowler  England 24:17.2
39 Sergio Bruni  Italy 24:17.6
40 Igor Lotoryev  Soviet Union 24:18.9
41 Martin Green  England 24:20
42 Kenneth Andreasen  Denmark 24:20.8
43 Noel Henro  Belgium 24:22.9
44 Gordan Mitchell  Scotland 24:24.6
45 Dominique Bouchard  France 24:25.2
46 Jonathan Knight  United States 24:32.1
47 Alain Boucher  Canada 24:33.2
48 Paul McCaffrey  Northern Ireland 24:36.4
49 Abderrahmane Youbi  Algeria 24:36.6
50 Stuart Paton  Scotland 24:36.8
51 Rik Maertens  Belgium 24:37.7
52 Lloyd Tredell  England 24:39.6
53 Nourredine Benzaoui  Algeria 24:41.4
54 Olivier Lefeuvre  France 24:42.1
55 Benny van Wambeke  Belgium 24:43.4
56 Mike Kubitschek  United States 24:44.3
57 Hassan Sebtaoui  Morocco 24:45.5
58 Marco Gozzano  Italy 24:46.6
59 Domingos Castro  Portugal 24:48.6
60 Khaled Aouita  Morocco 24:50.6
61 Ian Steel  Scotland 24:52.4
62 Rachid Kram  Algeria 24:53.9
63 Philippe Auvray  France 24:54.7
64 Bart de Keyser  Belgium 24:54.9
65 Luis Miguel  Portugal 24:56.4
66 Mustapha El Nechchadi  Morocco 25:00.7
67 Gary Couch  England 25:02.3
68 Nicholas Boughey  Wales 25:04.9
69 Michael Dwyer  Ireland 25:06.4
70 Jean-Jacques Vacher  France 25:07.5
71 Nikolay Chernous  Soviet Union 25:10
72 Cormac O'Riordan  Ireland 25:13.6
73 Andy Ronan  Ireland 25:14
74 Peter McColgan  Northern Ireland 25:15.7
75 Gordan Lang  Northern Ireland 25:16.8
76 Russell McKay  Scotland 25:19.8
77 Andrew Rodgers  Wales 25:26.3
78 Chris Reynders  Belgium 25:28.4
79 Carey Nelson  Canada 25:31.1
80 Geoffrey Hill  Wales 25:35.5
81 David McShane  Scotland 25:37.5
82 Hocine Ameur  France 25:40.5
83 Roberto Natale  France 25:46.1
84 H'Mida Nouail  Algeria 25:47.8
85 Dermot Bradshaw  Ireland 25:54.8
86 Johan van Delanotte  Belgium 25:59
87 José Macedo  Portugal 26:00.1
88 Thomas Sørensen  Denmark 26:03.8
89 David Thomas  Wales 26:09.4
90 Jerry Goodman  Northern Ireland 26:14.5
91 Lars Ågaard  Denmark 26:28.6
92 José Regalo  Portugal 28:53.7
Ole Hansen  Denmark DNF

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Zurbachev Gelaw 1
Adugna Lema 2
Hunde Kume 4
Teka Mekonnen 5
(Gonfa Negere) (9)
(Bekele Debele) (10)
12
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Italy
Stefano Mei 3
Francesco Panetta 6
Salvatore Nicosia 7
Ranieri Carenza 21
(Sergio Bruni) (39)
(Marco Gozzano) (58)
37
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  United States
John Easker 11
Tom Ansberry 14
George Nicholas 22
Joe Stinzi 23
(Jonathan Knight) (46)
(Mike Kubitschek) (56)
70
4  Spain
Francisco Espejo 12
Martín Fiz 16
Pere Arco 18
Juan Toledano 26
(Adelino Hidalgo) (33)
(José Manuel Albentosa) (34)
72
5  Canada
Chris Brewster 17
Marc Olesen 19
Dave Reid 28
Paul McCloy 31
(Alain Boucher) (47)
(Carey Nelson) (79)
95
6  England
Jonathan Richards 8
Mike Chorlton 13
Paul Fowler 38
Martin Green 41
(Lloyd Tredell) (52)
(Gary Couch) (67)
100
7  Morocco
Larbi El Mouadden 24
Abdellah Boubia 27
Mohamed M'hamdi 30
Hassan Sebtaoui 57
(Khaled Aouita) (60)
(Mustapha El Nechchadi) (66)
138
8  Soviet Union
Alexandr Chepasov 15
Oleg Strizhakov 20
Igor Lotoryev 40
Nikolay Chernous 71
146
9  Scotland
Robert Cameron 29
Gordan Mitchell 44
Stuart Paton 50
Ian Steel 61
(Russell McKay) (76)
(David McShane) (81)
184
10  Algeria
Aissa Remel 25
Abderrahmane Youbi 49
Nourredine Benzaoui 53
Rachid Kram 62
(H'Mida Nouail) (84)
189
11  Portugal
Cripiano Lucas 32
José Correira 35
Domingos Castro 59
Luis Miguel 65
(José Macedo) (87)
(José Regalo) (92)
191
12  Belgium
Noel Henro 43
Rik Maertens 51
Benny van Wambeke 55
Bart de Keyser 64
(Chris Reynders) (78)
(Johan van Delanotte) (86)
213
13  France
Dominique Bouchard 45
Olivier Lefeuvre 54
Philippe Auvray 63
Jean-Jacques Vacher 70
(Hocine Ameur) (82)
(Roberto Natale) (83)
232
14  Ireland
Paul O'Callaghan 36
Michael Dwyer 69
Cormac O'Riordan 72
Andy Ronan 73
(Dermot Bradshaw) (85)
250
15  Wales
Andrew Evans 37
Nicholas Boughey 68
Andrew Rodgers 77
Geoffrey Hill 80
(David Thomas) (89)
262
16  Northern Ireland
Paul McCaffrey 48
Peter McColgan 74
Gordan Lang 75
Jerry Goodman 90
287
DNF  Denmark
(Kenneth Andreasen) (42)
(Thomas Sørensen) (88)
(Lars Ågaard) (91)
(Ole Hansen) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 93 athletes from 17 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cross-country - Ethiopians won both men's titles in the world cross-country championships in Rome yesterday when Mohamed Kedir led the seniors and Zurubachew Gelawa the juniors..., Glasgow Herald, March 22, 1982, p. 15, retrieved October 20, 2013
  2. ^ Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.9km CC Men - Roma Hippodromo della Campanelle Date: Sunday, March 21, 1982, Athchamps (archived), Archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 20, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  3. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 9, 2013
  4. ^ a b 36th IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - EDINBURGH 2008 - FACTS & FIGURES - GREAT BRITAIN & NORTHERN IRELAND AT THE INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY & WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS (PDF), IAAF, p. 2ff, archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2013, retrieved October 9, 2013