1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Women's short race

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Women's short race at the 1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 27th
Date March 28
Host city Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Location Barnett Demesne/Queen’s University Playing Fields
Nations participating 29
Athletes participating 109
Races 6
Distances 4.236 km – Women's short

The Women's short race at the 1999 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Barnett Demesne/Queen’s University Playing Fields in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, on March 28, 1999. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3] and for the IAAF.[4]

Complete results for individuals,[5][6][7] for teams,[5][8][9] medallists,[10] and the results of British athletes who took part[11] were published.

Race results[edit]

Women's short race (4.236 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Jackline Maranga  Kenya 15:09
2nd, silver medalist(s) Yamna Belkacem  France 15:16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Annemari Sandell  Finland 15:17
4 Kathy Butler  Canada 15:30
5 Restituta Joseph  Tanzania 15:31
6 Alemitu Bekele  Ethiopia 15:37
7 Asmae Leghzaoui  Morocco 15:40
8 Teresa Wanjiku  Kenya 15:41
9 Fatima Yvelain  France 15:44
10 Blandine Bitzner-Ducret  France 15:47
11 Constantina Diţă  Romania 15:49
12 Kutre Dulecha  Ethiopia 15:50
13 Seloua Ouaziz  Morocco 15:53
14 Lulit Legesse  Ethiopia 15:56
15 Amy Waterlow  United Kingdom 15:56
16 Genet Gebregiorgis  Ethiopia 15:57
17 Yimenashu Taye  Ethiopia 15:58
18 Elva Dryer  United States 15:58
19 Celine Rajot  France 15:58
20 Samukeliso Moyo  Zimbabwe 15:59
21 Jeruto Kiptum  Kenya 16:01
22 Anne Keenan-Buckley  Ireland 16:02
23 Luminita Gogîrlea  Romania 16:05
24 Zhor El Kamch  Morocco 16:07
25 Saliha Khaldoun  Morocco 16:08
26 Justyna Bąk  Poland 16:08
27 Michaela Möller  Germany 16:09
28 Breda Dennehy  Ireland 16:09
29 Cristina Iloc  Romania 16:11
30 Olimpia Pop  Romania 16:13
31 Angela Newport  United Kingdom 16:16
32 Galina Bogomolova  Russia 16:19
33 Getenesh Urge  Ethiopia 16:19
34 Anita Weyermann   Switzerland 16:23
35 Amaia Piedra  Spain 16:24
36 Elisabeth Mongudhi  Namibia 16:25
37 Tatyana Tomashova  Russia 16:26
38 Bouchra Benthami  Morocco 16:28
39 Helen Pattinson  United Kingdom 16:29
40 Hayley Parry  United Kingdom 16:30
41 Jacqueline Martín  Spain 16:33
42 Elizabeth Chemweno  Kenya 16:34
43 Maria Rodrigues  Brazil 16:36
44 Yolandi Buitendag  South Africa 16:37
45 Andrea Whitcombe  United Kingdom 16:37
46 Rodica Nagel  France 16:38
47 Heather DeGeest  Canada 16:39
48 Amy Rudolph  United States 16:39
49 Catherine Palacios  United States 16:42
50 Cristina Petite  Spain 16:42
51 Truzanne Swanepoel  South Africa 16:43
52 Sarah Howell  Canada 16:43
53 Yelena Motalova  Russia 16:43
54 Una English  Ireland 16:44
55 Niamh Beirne  Ireland 16:45
56 Denisa Costescu  Romania 16:46
57 Sunita Rani  India 16:46
58 Rosângela Faria  Brazil 16:46
59 Klara Kashapova  Russia 16:48
60 Tausi Saidi  Tanzania 16:48
61 Amanda Crowe  United Kingdom 16:51
62 Karen Harvey  Canada 16:51
63 Rita de Jesús  Brazil 16:53
64 Charné Rademeyer  South Africa 16:54
65 Rebecca Spies  United States 17:00
66 Elaine Fitzgerald  Ireland 17:04
67 Zena Wilsnach  South Africa 17:06
68 Sara Valderas  Spain 17:07
69 Joalsiae Llado  France 17:07
70 Natalia Azpiazu  Spain 17:09
71 Sarah Dupré  Canada 17:10
72 Anzhelika Averkova  Ukraine 17:12
73 Message Mapfumo  Zimbabwe 17:12
74 Molly Watcke  United States 17:16
75 Svetlana Baygulova  Russia 17:20
76 Mairead Murphy  Ireland 17:24
77 Ryoko Yamane  Japan 17:28
78 Shayne Culpepper  United States 17:32
79 Krestena Sullivan  Canada 17:32
80 Olena Gorodnychova  Ukraine 17:33
81 Tatyana Glazyr  Ukraine 17:34
82 Niusha Mansilla  Bolivia 17:37
83 Luminița Talpoș  Romania 17:39
84 Tatyana Buloichyk  Belarus 17:39
85 Natalya Kravets  Belarus 17:45
86 Rocío Rodriguez  Spain 17:48
87 Clara Morales  Chile 17:49
88 Susana Rebolledo  Chile 17:54
89 Mukti Roy  India 17:54
90 Tarath Tsatsa  Zimbabwe 17:56
91 Marina Nascimento  Brazil 18:07
92 Nataliya Romanchuk  Ukraine 18:10
93 Siphuluwazi Sibindi  Zimbabwe 18:12
94 Lucy Siwela  Zimbabwe 18:13
95 Singasi Dube  Zimbabwe 18:21
96 Olga Moroz  Belarus 18:22
97 Kunnam Parakkal Suma  India 18:26
98 Anahi Soto  Chile 18:33
99 Ana de Souza  Brazil 18:58
100 Yelena Bychkovskaya  Belarus 19:02
101 Flor Venegas  Chile 19:03
102 Madhuri Gurnule  India 19:17
103 Rezeda Yusupova  Uzbekistan 19:18
104 Alena Petrova  Turkmenistan 19:58
105 Antoinette Edouard  Mauritius 20:17
106 Svetlana Kasymskya  Turkmenistan 23:07
107 Violet Dudeleva  Turkmenistan 26:51
Naomi Mugo  Kenya DNF
Dione D'Agostini  Brazil DNF
Mandy Giblin  Australia DNS
Natalie Harvey  Australia DNS
Kerryn McCann  Australia DNS
Kylie Risk  Australia DNS
Susie Power  Australia DNS
Clair Fearnley  Australia DNS
Zahra Ouaziz  Morocco DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  France
Yamna Belkacem 2
Fatima Yvelain 9
Blandine Bitzner-Ducret 10
Celine Rajot 19
(Rodica Nagel) (46)
(Joalsiae Llado) (69)
40
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Alemitu Bekele 6
Kutre Dulecha 12
Lulit Legesse 14
Genet Gebregiorgis 16
(Yimenashu Taye) (17)
(Getenesh Urge) (33)
48
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Morocco
Asmae Leghzaoui 7
Seloua Ouaziz 13
Zhor El Kamch 24
Saliha Khaldoun 25
(Bouchra Benthami) (38)
69
4  Kenya
Jackline Maranga 1
Teresa Wanjiku 8
Jeruto Kiptum 21
Elizabeth Chemweno 42
(Naomi Mugo) (DNF)
72
5  Romania
Constantina Diţă 11
Luminita Gogîrlea 23
Cristina Iloc 29
Olimpia Pop 30
(Denisa Costescu) (56)
(Luminița Talpoș) (83)
93
6  United Kingdom
Amy Waterlow 15
Angela Newport 31
Helen Pattinson 39
Hayley Parry 40
(Andrea Whitcombe) (45)
(Amanda Crowe) (61)
125
7  Ireland
Anne Keenan-Buckley 22
Breda Dennehy 28
Una English 54
Niamh Beirne 55
(Elaine Fitzgerald) (66)
(Mairead Murphy) (76)
159
8  Canada
Kathy Butler 4
Heather DeGeest 47
Sarah Howell 52
Karen Harvey 62
(Sarah Dupré) (71)
(Krestena Sullivan) (79)
165
9  United States
Elva Dryer 18
Amy Rudolph 48
Catherine Palacios 49
Rebecca Spies 65
(Molly Watcke) (74)
(Shayne Culpepper) (78)
180
10  Russia
Galina Bogomolova 32
Tatyana Tomashova 37
Yelena Motalova 53
Klara Kashapova 59
(Svetlana Baygulova) (75)
181
11  Spain
Amaia Piedra 35
Jacqueline Martín 41
Cristina Petite 50
Sara Valderas 68
(Natalia Azpiazu) (70)
(Rocío Rodriguez) (86)
194
12  South Africa
Yolandi Buitendag 44
Truzanne Swanepoel 51
Charné Rademeyer 64
Zena Wilsnach 67
226
13  Brazil
Maria Rodrigues 43
Rosângela Faria 58
Rita de Jesús 63
Marina Nascimento 91
(Ana de Souza) (99)
(Dione D'Agostini) (DNF)
255
14  Zimbabwe
Samukeliso Moyo 20
Message Mapfumo 73
Tarath Tsatsa 90
Siphuluwazi Sibindi 93
(Lucy Siwela) (94)
(Singasi Dube) (95)
276
15  Ukraine
Anzhelika Averkova 72
Olena Gorodnychova 80
Tatyana Glazyr 81
Nataliya Romanchuk 92
325
16  India
Sunita Rani 57
Mukti Roy 89
Kunnam Parakkal Suma 97
Madhuri Gurnule 102
345
17  Belarus
Tatyana Buloichyk 84
Natalya Kravets 85
Olga Moroz 96
Yelena Bychkovskaya 100
365
18  Chile
Clara Morales 87
Susana Rebolledo 88
Anahi Soto 98
Flor Venegas 101
374
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 109 athletes from 29 countries in the Women's short race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11] The announced team from  Australia did not show.[6][7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY -- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS; African Women And Men Dominate, New York Times, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  2. ^ PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY -- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS; Winning Streak Grows for Tergat, New York Times, March 29, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 29, 1999), Tergat runs away with the championship in rainy Belfast, Herald, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  4. ^ Davies, Nick (March 28, 1999), Maranga makes it all look easy, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (April 14, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.2km CC Women - Belfast Barnett Demesne/Queen's University Playing Fields Date: Sunday, March 28, 1999, Athchamps (archived), Archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  6. ^ a b Official Results - CROSS SHORT Women - Sunday, March 28, 1999, IAAF, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  7. ^ a b Results - 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Belfast, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 27 MAR 1999 - 28 MAR 1999 - Short Race - women, IAAF, 28 Mar 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  8. ^ Official Results - CROSS SHORT Women - Team - Sunday, March 28, 1999, IAAF, March 28, 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Belfast, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 27 MAR 1999 - 28 MAR 1999 - Short Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, 28 Mar 1999, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 28, 2013 
  11. ^ 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 28, 2013