2000 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

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2000 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
2000 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
Organisers IAAF
Edition 9th
Date November 12
Host city Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico Mexico
Nations participating 52
Athletes participating 182
Races 2

The 9th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on November 12, 2000 in the city of Veracruz, Mexico. A total of 182 athletes, 121 men and 61 women, from 52 countries took part. Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results was given.[1][2][3][4]

Complete results were published.[5][6][7][8][9][10]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Men  Paul Tergat (KEN) 1:03:47  Faustin Baha (TAN) 1:03:48  Tesfaye Jifar (ETH) 1:03:50
Women  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 1:09:07  Susan Chepkemei (KEN) 1:09:40  Lidia Simon (ROU) 1:10:24
Team
Team Men  Kenya 3:11:38  Ethiopia 3:14:45  Belgium 3:18:35
Team Women  Romania 3:34:22  Japan 3:36:25  Russia 3:45:41

Race Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Paul Tergat  Kenya 1:03:47
2nd Faustin Baha  Tanzania 1:03:48
3rd Tesfaye Jifar  Ethiopia 1:03:50
4 Joseph Kimani  Kenya 1:03:52
5 David Ruto  Kenya 1:03:59
6 John Gwako  Kenya 1:04:16
7 Zebedayo Bayo  Tanzania 1:04:25
8 Oscar Fernández  Spain 1:04:25
9 Marco Mazza  Italy 1:04:26
10 Noureddine Betim  Algeria 1:04:40
11 Toshiyuki Hayata  Japan 1:04:55
12 Ibrahim Seid  Ethiopia 1:05:19
13 Faustino Reynoso  Mexico 1:05:34
14 Gemechu Kebede  Ethiopia 1:05:36
15 Koen Allaert  Belgium 1:05:41
16 Mohamed Awol  Ethiopia 1:05:51
17 Clint Verran  United States 1:05:56
18 Satoshi Irifune  Japan 1:06:08
19 George Mofokeng  South Africa 1:06:12
20 Bethuel Netshifhefhe  South Africa 1:06:18
21 Guy Fays  Belgium 1:06:21
22 Jussi Utriainen  Finland 1:06:25
23 Diego Colorado  Colombia 1:06:27
24 Christian Nemeth  Belgium 1:06:33
25 João Lopes  Portugal 1:06:33
26 José de Souza  Brazil 1:06:37
27 El-Arbi Khattabi  Morocco 1:06:43
28 Ronny Ligneel  Belgium 1:06:49
29 Mohamed Serbouti  France 1:07:01
30 Antonio Peña  Spain 1:07:11
31 Fidencio Torres  Mexico 1:07:15
32 Migidio Bourifa  Italy 1:07:17
33 Mostafa Errebbah  Morocco 1:07:19
34 Rachid Aït Bensalem  Morocco 1:07:23
35 Janne Holmén  Finland 1:07:32
36 Daniele Caimmi  Italy 1:07:38
37 Andrew Letherby  Australia 1:07:38
38 Jun Shida  Japan 1:07:41
39 Herder Vázquez  Colombia 1:07:55
40 Motsehi Moeketsane  South Africa 1:07:58
41 Scott Westcott  Australia 1:08:04
42 Stéphane Hannot  France 1:08:08
43 Shaun Creighton  Australia 1:08:12
44 Abdelhadi Habassa  Morocco 1:08:16
45 Amar Dahbi  Algeria 1:08:17
46 Andrés Espinosa  Mexico 1:08:23
47 Dale Warrender  New Zealand 1:08:31
48 Iván Sánchez  Spain 1:08:36
49 Frédéric Collignon  Belgium 1:08:45
50 Saïd Belhout  Algeria 1:08:46
51 Zarislav Gapeyenko  Belarus 1:08:57
52 Matthew Vaux-Harvey  Great Britain 1:09:20
53 Denis Curzi  Italy 1:09:36
54 Thabiso Moqhali  Lesotho 1:09:46 PB
55 Alvaro Neuta  Colombia 1:09:47
56 Teddy Mitchell  United States 1:09:48
57 Todd Reeser  United States 1:09:52
58 Johnny Loría  Costa Rica 1:09:58
59 Ernest Ndjissipou  Central African Republic 1:10:13
60 Abdel Krim Benzai  Algeria 1:10:21
61 Brahim El-Ghazali  France 1:10:33
62 Vladimir Tsyamchik  Belarus 1:10:41
63 Siphesihle Mdluli  Swaziland 1:10:43
64 Makhosonke Fika  South Africa 1:11:08
65 Marco Antonio Condori  Bolivia 1:11:21
66 Pat Carroll  Australia 1:11:28
67 Ivica Škopac  Croatia 1:11:40
68 Leonardo Guedes  Brazil 1:11:49
69 Dieudonné Disi  Rwanda 1:11:52
70 Nick Wetheridge  Great Britain 1:12:00
71 Ronald Arias  El Salvador 1:12:04
72 Jeff Campbell  United States 1:12:06
73 Jiří Hnilička  Czech Republic 1:12:23
74 Juan Ramos  Guatemala 1:13:02
75 Elisvaldo de Carvalho  Brazil 1:13:27
76 Drago Paripović  Croatia 1:13:28
77 Simón Alvarado  Panama 1:13:30
78 Percy Sephoda  Lesotho 1:13:42
79 Andrey Gordeyev  Belarus 1:13:52
80 Simon Labiche  Seychelles 1:14:15
81 Nick Jones  Great Britain 1:14:23
82 Tau Khotso  Lesotho 1:14:54
83 Leonid Pykhteyev  Kyrgyzstan 1:15:12
84 Edwin Medina  Puerto Rico 1:15:25
85 Kim Reynierse  Aruba 1:15:58
86 Tatsumi Morimasa  Japan 1:16:19
87 Nedeljko Ravić  Croatia 1:16:35
88 Gonzalo Iquite  Guatemala 1:16:50
89 Parakhat Kurtgeldiyev  Turkmenistan 1:17:04
90 Khalid Al-Estashi  Yemen 1:17:11
91 Freddy Nystad  Aruba 1:17:36
92 Lee Kar Lun  Hong Kong 1:18:11
93 Khasan Rakhimov  Uzbekistan 1:18:19
94 Mohamed Al-Khawlani  Yemen 1:18:36
95 Vasiliy Medvedev  Uzbekistan 1:19:40
96 Djamched Rasulov  Tajikistan 1:20:04
97 Sergey Zabavskiy  Tajikistan 1:22:25
98 Richard Rodriguez  Aruba 1:24:32
99 Chokirjon Irmatov  Tajikistan 1:30:35
100 Fouad Obad  Yemen 2:55:54
Azzedine Sakhri  Algeria DNF
Vahagn Hovanesyan  Armenia DNF
Hayk Khojumyan  Armenia DNF
Alvin Ras  Aruba DNF
Marco Ivan Condori  Bolivia DNF
Israel dos Anjos  Brazil DNF
Manuel Peñaherrera  Ecuador DNF
Néstor Quinapanta  Ecuador DNF
Abdellah Béhar  France DNF
Moulay Ali Ouadih  France DNF
Fermin Sequén  Guatemala DNF
Giuliano Battocletti  Italy DNF
Philip Rugut  Kenya DNF
Denis Bagrev  Kyrgyzstan DNF
Arkadiy Tolstyn/Nikitin  Kyrgyzstan DNF
David Galván  Mexico DNF
Enrique Montiel  Mexico DNF
Joseph Nsengiyumya  Rwanda DNF
Aaron Gabonewe  South Africa DNF
Jerry Lawson  United States DNF
Yevgeniy Nujdin  Uzbekistan DNF
Franklin Tenorio  Ecuador DNS

Women's[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Paula Radcliffe  Great Britain 1:09:07
2nd Susan Chepkemei  Kenya 1:09:40
3rd Lidia Simon  Romania 1:10:24
4 Mizuki Noguchi  Japan 1:11:11
5 Pamela Chepchumba  Kenya 1:11:33
6 Mihaela Botezan  Romania 1:11:52
7 Cristina Pomacu  Romania 1:12:06
8 Yukiko Okamoto  Japan 1:12:20
9 Yasuko Hashimoto  Japan 1:12:54
10 Milena Glusac  United States 1:13:53
11 Lidiya Grigoryeva  Russia 1:14:26
12 Stine Larsen  Norway 1:14:39
13 Galina Aleksandrova  Russia 1:15:02
14 Selma dos Reis  Brazil 1:15:16
15 Wilma van Onna  Netherlands 1:15:17
16 Fumi Murata  Japan 1:15:52
17 Aster Demissie  Ethiopia 1:15:52
18 María Luisa Muñoz  Spain 1:15:54
19 Sarah Wilkinson  Great Britain 1:15:55
20 Abebe Tola  Ethiopia 1:15:59
21 Gitte Karlshøj  Denmark 1:16:01
22 Zinaida Semyonova  Russia 1:16:13
23 Kristin Beaney  United States 1:16:20
24 Rocío Ríos  Spain 1:16:25
25 Annemette Jensen  Denmark 1:16:26
26 Carlien Cornelissen  South Africa 1:16:27
27 Meseret Kotu  Ethiopia 1:16:29
28 Hafida Gadi-Richard  France 1:16:45
29 Shireen Crumpton  New Zealand 1:16:48
30 Silvia Skvortsova  Russia 1:16:57
31 Alina Tecuţă/Gherasim  Romania 1:17:16
32 Dorota Gruca-Giezek  Poland 1:17:27
33 Margaríta Tapía  Mexico 1:17:34
34 Jana Klimešová  Czech Republic 1:18:06
35 Shelly Steely  United States 1:18:50
36 Theresa du Toit  South Africa 1:19:15
37 Dulce María Rodríguez  Mexico 1:19:23
38 Sibongile Ngcongwane  South Africa 1:19:44
39 Leila Aman  Ethiopia 1:19:49
40 Liliana Merlo  Mexico 1:19:58
41 Nuta Olaru  Romania 1:20:00
42 Kelly Keeler  United States 1:21:51
43 Souad Aït Salem  Algeria 1:22:33
44 Nili Avramski  Israel 1:22:58
45 Andrea Green  Great Britain 1:24:53
46 Catherine Maapela  South Africa 1:27:08
47 Lourdes Cruz  Puerto Rico 1:27:59
48 Kristinka Marković  Croatia 1:29:11
49 Elsa Monterroso  Guatemala 1:30:30
50 Angelina Cornelio  Guatemala 1:30:57
51 Herlinda Xol  Guatemala 1:32:09
52 Tijana Pavičić  Croatia 1:33:45
53 Slavica Brčić  Croatia 1:38:33
54 Anna Markelova  Turkmenistan 1:41:58
Josiane Aboungono  Gabon DNF
Adriana Fernández  Mexico DNF
Omara Loza  Nicaragua DNF
Sandra Arroyo  Puerto Rico DNF
Louisa Leballo  South Africa DNF
Leyla Dzhumayeva  Turkmenistan DNF
Kelly Cordell  United States DNF
Wilma Guerra  Ecuador DNS

Team Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Kenya Paul Tergat
Joseph Kimani
David Ruto
3:11:38
2nd  Ethiopia Tesfaye Jifar
Ibrahim Seid
Gemechu Kebede
3:14:45
3rd  Belgium Koen Allaert
Guy Fays
Christian Nemeth
3:18:35
4  Japan Toshiyuki Hayata
Satoshi Irifune
Jun Shida
3:18:44
5  Italy Marco Mazza
Migidio Bourifa
Daniele Caimmi
3:19:21
6  Spain Oscar Fernández
Antonio Peña
Iván Sánchez
3:20:12
7  South Africa George Mofokeng
Bethuel Netshifhefhe
Motsehi Moeketsane
3:20:28
8  Mexico Faustino Reynoso
Fidencio Torres
Andrés Espinosa
3:21:12
9  Morocco El-Arbi Khattabi
Mostafa Errebbah
Rachid Aït Bensalem
3:21:25
10  Algeria Noureddine Betim
Amar Dahbi
Saïd Belhout
3:21:43
11  Australia Andrew Letherby
Scott Westcott
Shaun Creighton
3:23:54
12  Colombia Diego Colorado
Herder Vázquez
Alvaro Neuta
3:24:09
13  United States Clint Verran
Teddy Mitchell
Todd Reeser
3:25:36
14  France Mohamed Serbouti
Stéphane Hannot
Brahim El-Ghazali
3:25:42
15  Brazil José de Souza
Leonardo Guedes
Elisvaldo de Carvalho
3:31:53
16  Belarus Zarislav Gapeyenko
Vladimir Tsyamchik
Andrey Gordeyev
3:33:30
17  Great Britain Matthew Vaux-Harvey
Nick Wetheridge
Nick Jones
3:35:43
18  Lesotho Thabiso Moqhali
Percy Sephoda
Tau Khotso
3:38:22
19  Croatia Ivica Škopac
Drago Paripović
Nedeljko Ravić
3:41:43
20  Aruba Kim Reynierse
Freddy Nystad
Richard Rodriguez
3:58:06
21  Tajikistan Djamched Rasulov
Sergey Zabavskiy
Chokirjon Irmatov
4:13:04
22  Yemen Khalid Al-Estashi
Mohamed Al-Khawlani
Fouad Obad
2:38:42
 Guatemala Juan Ramos
Gonzalo Iquite
Fermin Sequén
DNF
 Kyrgyzstan Leonid Pykhteyev
Denis Bagrev
Arkadiy Tolstyn/Nikitin
DNF
 Uzbekistan Khasan Rakhimov
Vasiliy Medvedev
Yevgeniy Nujdin
DNF

Women's[edit]

Rank Country Team Time
1st  Romania Lidia Simon
Mihaela Botezan
Cristina Pomacu
3:34:22
2nd  Japan Mizuki Noguchi
Yukiko Okamoto
Yasuko Hashimoto
3:36:25
3rd  Russia Lidiya Grigoryeva
Galina Aleksandrova
Zinaida Semyonova
3:45:41
4  Ethiopia Aster Demissie
Abebe Tola
Meseret Kotu
3:48:20
5  United States Milena Glusac
Kristin Beaney
Shelly Steely
3:49:03
6  Great Britain Paula Radcliffe
Sarah Wilkinson
Andrea Green
3:49:55
7  South Africa Carlien Cornelissen
Theresa du Toit
Sibongile Ngcongwane
3:55:26
8  Mexico Margaríta Tapía
Dulce María Rodríguez
Liliana Merlo
3:56:55
9  Guatemala Elsa Monterroso
Angelina Cornelio
Herlinda Xol
4:33:36
10  Croatia Kristinka Marković
Tijana Pavičić
Slavica Brčić
4:41:29

Participation[edit]

The participation of 182 athletes (121 men/61 women) from 52 countries is reported.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wallace-Jones, Sean (November 12, 2000), Tergat takes second World Half Marathon Title and gives team victory to Kenya, IAAF, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  2. ^ Wallace-Jones, Sean (November 12, 2000), Tergat takes second World Half Marathon Title and gives team victory to Kenya, IAAF, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  3. ^ Martin, David (November 12, 2000), Radcliffe takes her first major gold in Veracruz, IAAF, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  4. ^ Martin, David (November 12, 2000), Radcliffe takes her first major gold in Veracruz, IAAF, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  5. ^ a b IAAF WORLD HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS - KAVARNA 2012 - FACTS & FIGURES - Incorporating the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (1992-2005/2008-2010) & the IAAF World Road Running Championships 2006/2007 (PDF), IAAF, retrieved September 1, 2013 
  6. ^ 9th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Results, IAAF, November 12, 2000, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Veracruz, MEXICO 12 NOV 2000 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, November 12, 2000, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  8. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Veracruz, MEXICO 12 NOV 2000 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, November 12, 2000, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Veracruz, MEXICO 12 NOV 2000 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, November 12, 2000, retrieved September 7, 2013 
  10. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Veracruz, MEXICO 12 NOV 2000 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, November 12, 2000, retrieved September 7, 2013 

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