2008 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 2008 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition36th
DateMarch 30
Host cityEdinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom United Kingdom
LocationHolyrood Park
Nations participating30
Athletes participating109
Races1
Distances7.905 km – Junior men

The Junior men's race at the 2008 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, on March 30, 2008.[1] Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[2] in the Herald,[3] and for the IAAF.[4]

Complete results for individuals,[5][6][7] and for teams[8][9][10] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (7.905 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Ibrahim Jeilan  Ethiopia 22:38
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ayele Abshero  Ethiopia 22:40
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Lucas Kimeli Rotich  Kenya 22:42
4 Benjamin Kiplagat  Uganda 22:43
5 Titus Kipjumba Mbishei  Kenya 22:45
6 Mathew Kipkoech Kisorio  Kenya 22:51
7 Peter Kimeli Some  Kenya 22:55
8 Geofrey Kusuro  Uganda 22:56
9 Amanuel Mesel  Eritrea 23:00
10 Levy Matebo Omari  Kenya 23:03
11 Hunegnaw Mesfin  Ethiopia 23:03
12 Stephen Kiprotich  Uganda 23:09
13 Abraham Kiplimo  Uganda 23:17
14 Feyisa Liesa  Ethiopia 23:18
15 Charles Kibet Chepkurui  Kenya 23:24
16 Issak Sibhatu  Eritrea 23:25
17 Tonny Wamulwa  Zambia 23:26
18 Dejen Gebremeskel  Ethiopia 23:34
19 Tsegai Tewelde  Eritrea 23:48
20 Hirotaka Tamura  Japan 23:55
21 Yetwale Kende  Ethiopia 23:58
22 Ben Siwa  Uganda 24:01
23 Sidi-Hassan Chahdi  France 24:04
24 David Forrester  United Kingdom 24:14
25 German Fernandez  United States 24:15
26 Emil Heineking  United States 24:16
27 Youssef Nasir  Morocco 24:18
28 Sondre Nordstad Moen  Norway 24:21
29 Adil Rached  Morocco 24:22
30 Matthew Leeder  Canada 24:26
31 Ryan Gregson  Australia 24:28
32 Shun Kurihara  Japan 24:30
33 Hiroyuki Sasaki  Japan 24:31
34 Ryuji Kashiwabara  Japan 24:33
35 Kevin Williams  United States 24:34
36 Charles Bett Koech  Qatar 24:35
37 Akinobu Murasawa  Japan 24:36
38 Hasan Pak  Turkey 24:37
39 Mohamed Mekkaoui  Morocco 24:37
40 Dominic Channon  New Zealand 24:42
41 Abdelghani Aït Bahmad  Morocco 24:42
42 Abdelmadjed Touil  Algeria 24:45
43 Imad Touil  Algeria 24:46
44 Kenta Chiba  Japan 24:49
45 Houssem Rouabhi  Algeria 24:53
46 Hugo Beamish  New Zealand 24:55
47 Richard Everest  Australia 24:57
48 Craig Murphy  Ireland 25:00
49 Cihat Ulus  Turkey 25:01
50 Aleksandr Kuternin  Canada 25:02
51 Mohammed Ahmed  Canada 25:03
52 Ryan Sheridan  United States 25:03
53 Bruno Albuquerque  Portugal 25:04
54 Duer Yoa  Australia 25:05
55 Mitchell Goose  United Kingdom 25:06
56 Ross Murray  United Kingdom 25:10
57 Matthew Hughes  Canada 25:17
58 Abdellah Dacha  Morocco 25:19
59 Vedat Gönen  Turkey 25:19
60 Nyjal Majock  Canada 25:19
61 Daniel Mateo  Spain 25:19
62 José Márcio Da Silva  Brazil 25:20
63 Gilberto Lopes  Brazil 25:21
64 Simon Denissel  France 25:23
65 Mark Tolstikhin  Russia 25:26
66 Peter Corrigan  Canada 25:27
67 Dewi Griffiths  United Kingdom 25:29
68 José Manuel González  Spain 25:32
69 Ahmed El Mazoury  Italy 25:34
70 Moussa Ziani  Algeria 25:35
71 Krystian Zalewski  Poland 25:36
72 Benjamin Johnson  United States 25:37
73 Evgeny Ryzhov  Russia 25:37
74 Paulo Carvalho  Brazil 25:37
75 Michael Mulhare  Ireland 25:38
76 Víctor Corrales  Spain 25:38
77 Abdelkader Khanous  Algeria 25:40
78 François Leprovost  France 25:40
79 Paulo Pinheiro  Portugal 25:40
80 Sityhilo Diko  South Africa 25:45
81 Simon Horsfield  United Kingdom 25:45
82 Senzo Nkosi  South Africa 25:46
83 Benoit Calandreau  France 25:47
84 Sebastian Martos  Spain 25:47
85 Guillermo Durán  Spain 25:48
86 Robert Moldovan  United States 25:49
87 Mohamed Mahcene  Algeria 25:51
88 Hicham El Amrani  Morocco 25:52
89 David Flynn  Ireland 25:53
90 Ashley Watson  Australia 25:58
91 Liam Tremble  Ireland 26:01
92 Carlos Alonso  Spain 26:02
93 Phillip Berntsen  United Kingdom 26:06
94 Ian Ward  Ireland 26:09
95 Houssem Bouallagui  France 26:11
96 Viacheslav Shalamov  Russia 26:13
97 Víctor Aravena  Chile 26:15
98 Anatoly Yakovlev  Russia 26:19
99 Patrick Hogan  Ireland 26:23
100 Éderson Pereira  Brazil 26:25
101 Yousef Al-Lathaa  Yemen 26:30
102 Anthony Baumal  France 26:39
103 Jorge Santa Cruz  Portugal 26:52
104 Sydney Ngwenya  South Africa 26:57
105 Sven Spanic  Croatia 27:11
106 Ivan Khitrov  Russia 28:19
107 Motasem Akkawi  Jordan 29:40
108 Ahmed Taher  United Arab Emirates 31:16
Dmitry Zubkov  Russia DNF

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Kenya
Lucas Kimeli Rotich 3
Titus Kipjumba Mbishei 5
Mathew Kipkoech Kisorio 6
Peter Kimeli Some 7
(Levy Matebo Omari) (10)
(Charles Kibet Chepkurui) (15)
21
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Ibrahim Jeilan 1
Ayele Abshero 2
Hunegnaw Mesfin 11
Feyisa Liesa 14
(Dejen Gebremeskel) (18)
(Yetwale Kende) (21)
28
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Uganda
Benjamin Kiplagat 4
Geofrey Kusuro 8
Stephen Kiprotich 12
Abraham Kiplimo 13
(Ben Siwa) (22)
37
4  Japan
Hirotaka Tamura 20
Shun Kurihara 32
Hiroyuki Sasaki 33
Ryuji Kashiwabara 34
(Akinobu Murasawa) (37)
(Kenta Chiba) (44)
119
5  Morocco
Youssef Nasir 27
Adil Rached 29
Mohamed Mekkaoui 39
Abdelghani Aït Bahmad 41
(Abdellah Dacha) (58)
(Hicham El Amrani) (88)
136
6  United States
German Fernandez 25
Emil Heineking 26
Kevin Williams 35
Ryan Sheridan 52
(Benjamin Johnson) (72)
(Robert Moldovan) (86)
138
7  Canada
Matthew Leeder 30
Aleksandr Kuternin 50
Mohammed Ahmed 51
Matthew Hughes 57
(Nyjal Majock) (60)
(Peter Corrigan) (66)
188
8  Algeria
Abdelmadjed Touil 42
Imad Touil 43
Houssem Rouabhi 45
Moussa Ziani 70
(Abdelkader Khanous) (77)
(Mohamed Mahcene) (87)
200
9  United Kingdom
David Forrester 24
Mitchell Goose 55
Ross Murray 56
Dewi Griffiths 67
(Simon Horsfield) (81)
(Phillip Berntsen) (93)
202
10  Australia
Ryan Gregson 31
Richard Everest 47
Duer Yoa 54
Ashley Watson 90
222
11  France
Sidi-Hassan Chahdi 23
Simon Denissel 64
François Leprovost 78
Benoit Calandreau 83
(Houssem Bouallagui) (95)
(Anthony Baumal) (102)
248
12  Spain
Daniel Mateo 61
José Manuel González 68
Víctor Corrales 76
Sebastian Martos 84
(Guillermo Durán) (85)
(Carlos Alonso) (92)
289
13  Brazil
José Márcio Da Silva 62
Gilberto Lopes 63
Paulo Carvalho 74
Éderson Pereira 100
299
14  Ireland
Craig Murphy 48
Michael Mulhare 75
David Flynn 89
Liam Tremble 91
(Ian Ward) (94)
(Patrick Hogan) (99)
303
15  Russia
Mark Tolstikhin 65
Evgeny Ryzhov 73
Viacheslav Shalamov 96
Anatoly Yakovlev 98
(Ivan Khitrov) (106)
(Dmitry Zubkov) (DNF)
332
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 109 athletes from 30 countries participated in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - BYDGOSZCZ 2013 - FACTS & FIGURES - SUMMARY OF PAST CHAMPIONSHIPS (PDF), IAAF, p. 2, retrieved November 2, 2013
  2. ^ Athletics - World cross-country championships - Bekele wins sixth world cross-country title; Dibaba also wins, New York Times, March 30, 2008, retrieved November 4, 2013
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 31, 2008), Coronation of King Kenenisa, Herald, retrieved November 4, 2013
  4. ^ Powell, David (March 30, 2008), World Junior 10,000m champion makes up for Mombasa 'dnf', IAAF, retrieved November 4, 2013
  5. ^ Junior Race - M Final, IAAF, March 30, 2008, retrieved November 4, 2013
  6. ^ Results - 36th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Edinburgh, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 30 MAR 2008 - Junior Race - men, IAAF, March 30, 2008, archived from the original on 2013-11-09, retrieved November 4, 2013
  7. ^ 36th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Edinburgh - Sunday 30 March 2008 - Junior Race - Men - Results (PDF), IAAF, March 30, 2008, retrieved November 4, 2013
  8. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - M, IAAF, March 30, 2008, retrieved November 4, 2013
  9. ^ Results - 36th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Edinburgh, GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 30 MAR 2008 - Junior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 30, 2008, archived from the original on 2013-11-09, retrieved November 4, 2013
  10. ^ 36th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Edinburgh - Sunday 30 March 2008 - Junior Race - Men - Team Standings (PDF), IAAF, March 30, 2008, retrieved November 4, 2013