2001 European Cross Country Championships

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2001 European Cross Country Championships
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OrganisersEAA
Edition8th
Date9 December
Host cityThun, Switzerland Switzerland
Races4
Distances9.15 km – Men
4.65 km – Women
6.15 km – Junior men
3.15 km – Junior women

The 8th European Cross Country Championships were held at Thun in Switzerland on 9 December 2001. Serhiy Lebid took his second title in the men's competition and Yamna Belkacem won the women's race.

Results[1][edit]

Men individual 9.15km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Ukraine Serhiy Lebid 27:52
2nd, silver medalist(s) Netherlands Kamiel Maase 28:05
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Spain Antonio David Jiménez 28:10
4. Italy Gabriele De Nard 28:11
5. Switzerland Christian Belz 28:12
6. United Kingdom Sam Haughian 28:12
7. Spain José Carlos Adán 28:13
8. France Mustapha El Ahmadi 28:13
9. Sweden Claes Nyberg 28:14
10. Portugal Paulo Guerra 28:15
11. France Augusto Gomes 28:17
12. Spain José Manuel García 28:18

Total 77 competitors

Men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Spain
Antonio David Jiménez
José Carlos Adán
José Manuel García
Alejandro Gómez
40
2nd, silver medalist(s)  France 50
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Portugal 72
4.  Italy 74
5.  United Kingdom 92
6.  Belgium 135
7.  Netherlands 143
8.  Russia 160

Total 12 teams

Women individual 4.65km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) France Yamna Belkacem 15:48
2nd, silver medalist(s) Russia Olga Romanova 15:49
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Poland Justyna Bąk 15:51
4. Serbia and Montenegro Olivera Jevtić 15:52
5. United Kingdom Liz Yelling 15:55
6. Portugal Helena Sampaio 15:55
7. Portugal Inês Monteiro 15:56
8. United Kingdom Hayley Yelling 15:58
9. Russia Anastasiya Zubova 16:01
10. Portugal Analídia Torre 16:03
11. Romania Mihaela Botezan 16:05
12. United Kingdom Kathy Butler 16:08

Total 84 competitors

Women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Portugal
Helena Sampaio
Inês Monteiro
Analídia Torre
Ana Dias
41
2nd, silver medalist(s)  United Kingdom 49
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  France 66
4.  Russia 71
5.  Ireland 116
6.  Romania 137
7.  Spain 138
8.  Hungary 140

Total 13 teams

Junior men individual 6.15km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Ukraine Vasyl Matviychuk 19:29
2nd, silver medalist(s) United Kingdom Mo Farah 19:38
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Italy Stefano Scaini 19:39
4. Romania Mircea Bogdan 19:39
5. Romania Cosmin Suteu 19:43
6. United Kingdom Adam Bowden 19:43
7. Portugal Bruno Saramago 19:44
8. France Jeremy Pierrat 19:45

Total 90 competitors

Junior men teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  United Kingdom
Mo Farah
Adam Bowden
Matthew Bowser
Andrew Lemoncello
54
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Portugal 67
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  France 68
4.  Italy 79
5.  Spain 98
6.  Ireland 118
7.  Belgium 140
8.  Belarus 147

Total 13 teams

Junior women individual 3.15km[edit]

Pos. Runners Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Turkey Elvan Abeylegesse 10:35
2nd, silver medalist(s) Russia Tatyana Chulakh 10:53
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Snezana Kostic 10:54
4. Russia Inga Abitova 11:02
5. United Kingdom Charlotte Dale 11:07
6. Belgium Mieke Geens 11:09
7. Turkey Türkan Erismis 11:11
8. Finland Elina Lindgren 11:11

Total 84 competitors

Junior women teams[edit]

Pos. Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Russia
Tatyana Chulakh
Inga Abitova
Marina Ivanova
Tatyana Petrova
35
2nd, silver medalist(s)  United Kingdom 54
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Turkey 79
4.  Finland 96
5.  France 115
6.  Spain 129
7.  Germany 147
8.  Romania 154

Total 15 teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ "THUN (Sveitsi) 9.12.2001 Maastojuoksun EM-kilpailut". Suomen Urheiluliitto. Feb 1, 2002. Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved Jul 23, 2009.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 46°45′29″N 7°36′26″E / 46.75806°N 7.60722°E / 46.75806; 7.60722