1995 European Cross Country Championships

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The 2nd European Cross Country Championships were held at Alnwick in England on 2 December 1995. Paulo Guerra took his second title in the men's competition and Annemari Sandell won the women's race.

Results[1][edit]

Men individual 9km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Portugal Paulo Guerra 26:40
2nd, silver medalist(s) Spain Alejandro Gómez 26:43
3rd, bronze medalist(s) United Kingdom Andrew Pearson 26:47
4. United Kingdom Keith Cullen 26:48
5. France Mustapha Essaïd 26:52
6. United Kingdom Jon Brown 26:56
7. Portugal Alfredo Bras 27:01
8. Spain José Manuel García 27:03
9. Italy Giuliano Battoletti 27:06
10. Spain Manuel Pancorbo 27:06
11. Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 27:06
12. Spain Pere Arco 27:17

103 runners finished.

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Spain
Alejandro Gómez
José Manuel García
Manuel Pancorbo
Pere Arco
32
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Portugal
Paulo Guerra
Alfredo Bras
José Ramos
José Regalo
37
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  United Kingdom
Andrew Pearson
Keith Cullen
Jon Brown
David Taylor
55
4.  France 60
5.  Italy 111
6.  Russia 131
7.  Ireland 131
8.  Denmark 160

Total 20 teams

Women individual 4.3km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Finland Annemari Sandell 13:52
2nd, silver medalist(s) Sweden Sara Wedlund 14:07
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Russia Nina Belikova 14:09
4. Romania Elene Fidatov 14:10
5. Russia Alla Zhilyaeva 14:17
6. France Annette Sergent-Palluy 14:18
7. Republic of Ireland Sinead Delahunty 14:18
8. Romania Stela Olteanu 14:20
9. Portugal Ana Dias 14:22
10. United Kingdom Elizabeth Talbot 14:23
11. Romania Iulia Negura 14:24
12. Russia Yelena Baranova 14:25

79 runners finished.

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Russia
Nina Belikova
Alla Zhilyaeva
Yelena Baranova
20
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Romania
Elene Fidatov
Stela Olteanu
Iulia Negura
23
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  France
Annette Sergent-Palluy
Zahia Dahmani
Laurence Vivier
41
4.  Spain 55
5.  Portugal 55
6.  Belgium 59
7.  United Kingdom 65
8.  Italy 83

Total 17 teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yleisurheilu 1998. 1998. ISSN 0512-8005. 

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