2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Women's short race

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Women's short race at the 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition32nd
DateMarch 21
Host cityBruxelles, Belgium Belgium
LocationOssegem Park
Nations participating29
Athletes participating91
Races6
Distances4 km – Women's short

The Women's short race at the 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Ossegem Park in Bruxelles, Belgium, on March 21, 2004. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1] and for the IAAF.[2]

Complete results for individuals,[3][4][5] for teams,[3][6][7] medallists,[8] and the results of British athletes who took part[9] were published.

Race results[edit]

Women's short race (4 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Edith Masai  Kenya 13:07
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 13:09
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Teyiba Erkesso  Ethiopia 13:11
4 Worknesh Kidane  Ethiopia 13:14
5 Isabella Ochichi  Kenya 13:18
6 Olga Romanova  Russia 13:19
7 Peninah Chepchumba  Kenya 13:22
8 Vivian Cheruiyot  Kenya 13:23
9 Jane Wanjiku  Kenya 13:23
10 Ejagayehu Dibaba  Ethiopia 13:23
11 Amane Godana  Ethiopia 13:27
12 Zahra Ouaziz  Morocco 13:33
13 Émilie Mondor  Canada 13:33
14 Shalane Flanagan  United States 13:34
15 Sarah Jamieson  Australia 13:40
16 Bouchra Chaâbi  Morocco 13:40
17 Carmen Douma-Hussar  Canada 13:41
18 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 13:42
19 Helen Clitheroe  United Kingdom 13:45
20 Kathy Butler  United Kingdom 13:47
21 Beatrice Chepchumba  Kenya 13:49
22 Malindi Elmore  Canada 13:49
23 Valentina Belotti  Italy 13:51
24 Lauren Fleshman  United States 13:56
25 Kazue Ogoshi  Japan 13:57
26 Anália Rosa  Portugal 13:58
27 Hayley McGregor  Australia 13:58
28 Seloua Ouaziz  Morocco 13:58
29 Justyna Bąk  Poland 14:01
30 Helena Sampaio  Portugal 14:04
31 Ana Dias  Portugal 14:06
32 Elodie Olivares  France 14:07
33 Anna Thompson  Australia 14:07
34 Kate Reed  United Kingdom 14:08
35 Tina Connelly  Canada 14:10
36 Iris Fuentes-Pila  Spain 14:12
37 Courtney Inman  Canada 14:14
38 Dorcus Inzikuru  Uganda 14:16
39 Fatiha Baouf  Belgium 14:17
40 Marina Bastos  Portugal 14:17
41 Simret Sultan  Eritrea 14:18
42 Mirja Jenni-Moser   Switzerland 14:19
43 Christin Wurth  United States 14:21
44 Rachel Penney  New Zealand 14:21
45 Mariem Alaoui Selsouli  Morocco 14:24
46 Fatma Lanouar  Tunisia 14:25
47 Cristina Casandra  Romania 14:25
48 Rocío Martínez  Spain 14:26
49 Sonia Bejarano  Spain 14:26
50 Eliane Murer   Switzerland 14:26
51 Veerle van Linden  Belgium 14:26
52 Freya Murray  United Kingdom 14:27
53 Mary Davies  New Zealand 14:27
54 Saori Makishima  Japan 14:27
55 Yamna Oubouhou  France 14:29
56 Véronique Collard  Belgium 14:29
57 Leah Pells  Canada 14:29
58 Jacqueline Martín  Spain 14:30
59 Yamina Bouchaouante  France 14:31
60 Melissa Buttry  United States 14:33
61 Jéssica Augusto  Portugal 14:33
62 Susana Rebolledo  Chile 14:34
63 Christine Bardelle  France 14:37
64 Sarah Hann  United States 14:38
65 Zulema Fuentes-Pila  Spain 14:39
66 Faye Fullerton  United Kingdom 14:40
67 Christina Carruzzo   Switzerland 14:40
68 Habiba Ghribi  Tunisia 14:43
69 Monique Zimmer   Switzerland 14:45
70 Andrea Etter   Switzerland 14:45
71 Mieke Geens  Belgium 14:47
72 Jessica Wright  New Zealand 14:48
73 Cláudia Pereira  Portugal 14:50
74 Liesbeth van de Velde  Belgium 14:52
75 Natsumi Fujita  Japan 14:53
76 Marzena Michalska  Italy 14:55
77 Janet Trujillo  United States 14:57
78 Julie Coulaud  France 14:59
79 Sigrid van den Bempt  Belgium 15:04
80 Fiona Crombie  New Zealand 15:05
81 Michela Zanatta  Italy 15:11
82 Elsa Monterroso  Guatemala 15:53
83 Ziyodahon Abdullaeva  Uzbekistan 15:58
84 Nigiste Neguse  Eritrea 16:12
85 Zubeda Gussi  Tanzania 16:16
86 Francine Nzilampa  Democratic Republic of the Congo 16:25
87 Tania Poma  Bolivia 16:57
88 Tika Kumari Choudhari    Nepal 17:53
89 Yekaterina Ilyazova  Turkmenistan 17:57
Rosa Morató  Spain DNF
Ouafa Frekech  Morocco DNF
Georgie Clarke  Australia DNS
Benita Willis  Australia DNS
Maiama Baïlo Souare  Guinea DNS
Patrizia Tisi  Italy DNS
Lornah Kiplagat  Netherlands DNS
Hawa Hussein  Tanzania DNS

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Tirunesh Dibaba 2
Teyiba Erkesso 3
Worknesh Kidane 4
Ejagayehu Dibaba 10
(Amane Godana) (11)
(Bezunesh Bekele) (18)
19
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Kenya
Edith Masai 1
Isabella Ochichi 5
Peninah Chepchumba 7
Vivian Cheruiyot 8
(Jane Wanjiku) (9)
(Beatrice Chepchumba) (21)
21
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Canada
Émilie Mondor 13
Carmen Douma-Hussar 17
Malindi Elmore 22
Tina Connelly 35
(Courtney Inman) (37)
(Leah Pells) (57)
87
4  Morocco
Zahra Ouaziz 12
Bouchra Chaâbi 16
Seloua Ouaziz 28
Mariem Alaoui Selsouli 45
(Ouafa Frekech) (DNF)
101
5  United Kingdom
Helen Clitheroe 19
Kathy Butler 20
Kate Reed 34
Freya Murray 52
(Faye Fullerton) (66)
125
6  Portugal
Anália Rosa 26
Helena Sampaio 30
Ana Dias 31
Marina Bastos 40
(Jéssica Augusto) (61)
(Cláudia Pereira) (73)
127
7  United States
Shalane Flanagan 14
Lauren Fleshman 24
Christin Wurth 43
Melissa Buttry 60
(Sarah Hann) (64)
(Janet Trujillo) (77)
141
8  Spain
Iris Fuentes-Pila 36
Rocío Martínez 48
Sonia Bejarano 49
Jacqueline Martín 58
(Zulema Fuentes-Pila) (65)
(Rosa Morató) (DNF)
191
9  France
Elodie Olivares 32
Yamna Oubouhou 55
Yamina Bouchaouante 59
Christine Bardelle 63
(Julie Coulaud) (78)
209
10  Belgium
Fatiha Baouf 39
Veerle van Linden 51
Véronique Collard 56
Mieke Geens 71
(Liesbeth van de Velde) (74)
(Sigrid van den Bempt) (79)
217
11   Switzerland
Mirja Jenni-Moser 42
Eliane Murer 50
Christina Carruzzo 67
Monique Zimmer 69
(Andrea Etter) (70)
228
12  New Zealand
Rachel Penney 44
Mary Davies 53
Jessica Wright 72
Fiona Crombie 80
249
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 91 athletes from 29 countries participated in the Women's short race. The announced athletes from  Guinea and the  Netherlands did not show.[4][5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sports Briefing - CROSS-COUNTRY - Ethiopian Sweeps World Titles Again, New York Times, March 22, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  2. ^ Ageless Masai salvages some Kenyan pride - Women's Short Course race, IAAF, March 21, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  3. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (February 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.0km CC Women - Bruxelles Ossegem Park Date: Sunday, March 21, 2004, Athchamps (archived), Archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved November 1, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  4. ^ a b Short Race - W Final, IAAF, March 21, 2004, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 1, 2013
  5. ^ a b Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Short Race - women, IAAF, March 21, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  6. ^ Official Team Results Short Race - W, IAAF, March 21, 2004, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 1, 2013
  7. ^ Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Short Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 21, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  8. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2013
  9. ^ 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 November 1, 2013