2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Senior men's race

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Senior men's race at the 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition38th
DateMarch 28
Host cityBydgoszcz, Województwo kujawsko-pomorskie, Poland Poland
LocationMyślęcinek Park
Nations participating39
Athletes participating135
Races1
Distances11.611 km – Senior men

The Senior men's race at the 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Myślęcinek Park in Bydgoszcz, Poland, on March 28, 2010.[1] Reports of the event were given in the Herald,[2] and for the IAAF.[3]

Complete results for individuals,[4][5][6] and for teams[7][8][9] were published. Updates were made to the original rankings of the senior men's race due to doping disqualifications of two Moroccan athletes.[10]

Race results[edit]

Senior men's race (11.611 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Joseph Ebuya  Kenya 33:00
2nd, silver medalist(s) Teklemariam Medhin  Eritrea 33:06
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Moses Ndiema Kipsiro  Uganda 33:10
4 Leonard Patrick Komon  Kenya 33:10
5 Samuel Tsegay  Eritrea 33:27
6 Hasan Mahboob  Bahrain 33:28
7 Richard Kipkemboi Mateelong  Kenya 33:29
8 Paul Kipngetich Tanui  Kenya 33:30
9 Hosea Mwok Macharinyang  Kenya 33:31
10 Gebregziabher Gebremariam  Ethiopia 33:35
11 Ahmad Hassan Abdullah  Qatar 33:36
12 Simon Bairu  Canada 33:44
13 Alemayehu Bezabeh  Spain 33:47
14 Kidane Tadasse  Eritrea 33:50
15 Geofrey Kusuro  Uganda 33:54
16 Abera Kuma  Ethiopia 33:55
17 Anis Selmouni  Morocco 33:58
18 Lucas Kimeli Rotich  Kenya 33:58
19 Hunegnaw Mesfin  Ethiopia 34:01
20 Mo Farah  Great Britain 34:09
21 Azmeraw Bekele  Ethiopia 34:21
22 Stephen Mokoka  South Africa 34:23
23 Kiflom Sium  Eritrea 34:24
24 Ayele Abshero  Ethiopia 34:27
25 Feyisa Lilesa  Ethiopia 34:27
26 Driss El Himer  France 34:27
27 Dickson Huru  Uganda 34:35
28 El Houssaine Dham  Morocco 34:37
29 Fabiano Joseph Naasi  Tanzania 34:38
30 Alemu Bekele  Bahrain 34:39
31 Carles Castillejo  Spain 34:40
32 Gitimi Shamba  Tanzania 34:41
33 Tesfayohannes Mesfin  Eritrea 34:48
34 Patrick Smyth  United States 34:51
35 Abderrahim El Asri  Morocco 34:54
36 Liam Adams  Australia 34:55
37 Tewelde Estifanos  Eritrea 34:57
38 Abdellatif Meftah  France 35:00
39 Martin Hhaway Sulle  Tanzania 35:01
40 Yousef El Kalai  Portugal 35:02
41 Ben Siwa  Uganda 35:03
42 Andrew Vernon  Great Britain 35:03
43 Ryan Vail  United States 35:04
44 Kaddour Slimani  Italy 35:04
45 Miguel Barzola  Argentina 35:06
46 Robert Curtis  United States 35:08
47 Bilisuma Shugi  Bahrain 35:10
48 Felix Kikwai Kibore  Qatar 35:11
49 Ayad Lamdassem  Spain 35:12
50 Lungisa Mdedelwa  South Africa 35:12
51 Scott Bauhs  United States 35:14
52 Gamal Belal Salem  Qatar 35:14
53 Hassan Hirt  France 35:14
54 Alberto Lozano  Spain 35:18
55 Marco Joseph  Tanzania 35:20
56 Fernando Silva  Portugal 35:21
57 James Kibet  Uganda 35:24
58 Licinio Pimentel  Portugal 35:26
59 Sibabalwe Mzazi  South Africa 35:26
60 Kgosi Tsosane  South Africa 35:28
61 Juan Luis Barrios  Mexico 35:29
62 Saïd Berioui  France 35:31
63 Michael Skinner  Great Britain 35:31
64 Denis Mayaud  France 35:34
65 Robert Mack  United States 35:36
66 Antonio David Jiménez  Spain 35:38
67 Manuel Damião  Portugal 35:39
68 Clinton Perrett  Australia 35:39
69 Xolisa Tyali  South Africa 35:40
70 Stéphane Joly   Switzerland 35:41
71 Essa Ismail Rashed  Qatar 35:44
72 Gilberto Lopes  Brazil 35:44
73 Hélder Ornelas  Portugal 35:48
74 Tetsuya Yoroizaka  Japan 35:48
75 Arkadiusz Gardzielewski  Poland 35:48
76 Hiroyoshi Umegae  Japan 35:51
77 Martin Toroitich  Uganda 35:52
78 Ben Bruce  United States 35:56
79 Javier Guerra  Spain 35:57
80 Takuya Noguchi  Japan 36:02
81 Tasama Moogas  Israel 36:07
82 Collis Birmingham  Australia 36:09
83 Dejene Regassa  Bahrain 36:09
84 Joilson Da Silva  Brazil 36:11
85 Edwin Henshaw  New Zealand 36:12
86 Ramolefi Motsieloa  Lesotho 36:14
87 Kaelo Mosalagae  Botswana 36:15
88 Kamil Poczwardowski  Poland 36:16
89 Martin Dematteis  Italy 36:16
90 Andrew Davidson  New Zealand 36:19
91 Tsubasa Hayakawa  Japan 36:19
92 Stéphane Lefrand  France 36:21
93 Atelaw Yeshetela  Belgium 36:22
94 Kazuya Deguchi  Japan 36:23
95 Atef Saad  Tunisia 36:29
96 Shaun Krawitz  New Zealand 36:30
97 Sérgio Da Silva  Brazil 36:35
98 Jeff Hunt  Australia 36:37
99 Minato Oishi  Japan 36:46
100 El Akhdar Hachani  Tunisia 36:46
101 Juan Carlos Carera  Mexico 36:51
102 Methkal Abu Drais  Jordan 36:58
103 Blazej Brzezinski  Poland 37:03
104 Josafat Gonzaléz  Mexico 37:08
105 James Wilkinson  Great Britain 37:10
106 Krystian Zalewski  Poland 37:11
107 Jaroslaw Cichocki  Poland 37:14
108 Tilahun Aliyev  Azerbaijan 37:17
109 Kim Hogarth  New Zealand 37:19
110 Ramoseka Raobine  Botswana 37:36
111 Wissem Hosni  Tunisia 37:41
112 Rapula Diphoko  Botswana 37:45
113 Takhir Mamashayev  Kazakhstan 37:50
114 Tadeusz Zblewski  Poland 38:10
115 Vjatseslav Koselev  Estonia 38:14
116 Siyabonga Nkonde  South Africa 38:21
117 Leonardo Vieira Guedes  Brazil 39:17
118 Sotyvoldy Khaitov  Tajikistan 39:19
119 Gaylord Silly  Seychelles 39:45
120 Mahmood Alrashedi  Iraq 39:46
121 Pablo Olmedo  Mexico 39:47
122 Sadeq Jaafar Lafta  Iraq 40:43
123 Hussein Mohammed Subaihawi  Iraq 40:45
124 Noori Al-Darraji  Iraq 41:29
125 Richard Blagg  Gibraltar 46:24
Mohammed Abduh Bakhet  Qatar DNF
Gilmar Lopes  Brazil DNF
Javier Carriqueo  Argentina DNF
Sylvain Rukundo  Rwanda DNF
José Rocha  Portugal DNF
Duer Yoa  Australia DNF
Mohamed Isak  Somalia DNF
Hicham Bellani  Morocco DNF
Chakir Boujattaoui  Morocco DQ
Ahmed Baday  Morocco DQ
Ali Dawoud Sedam  Qatar DNS

: Chakir Boujattaoui of Morocco was the original 12th-place finisher in 33:42 min, but was disqualified for a doping offence.[11] His team mate Ahmed Baday, originally 29th before Boujattaoui's ban, was later disqualified for doping as well, which resulted in the removal of Morocco from the team rankings as it failed to have four valid finishers.[12]

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  Kenya
Joseph Ebuya 1
Leonard Patrick Komon 4
Richard Kipkemboi Mateelong 7
Paul Kipngetich Tanui 8
(Hosea Mwok Macharinyang) (9)
(Lucas Kimeli Rotich) (18)
20
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Eritrea
Teklemariam Medhin 2
Samuel Tsegay 5
Kidane Tadasse 14
Kiflom Sium 23
(Tesfayohannes Mesfin) (33)
(Tewelde Estifanos) (37)
44
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Gebregziabher Gebremariam 10
Abera Kuma 16
Hunegnaw Mesfin 19
Azmeraw Bekele 21
(Ayele Abshero) (24)
(Feyisa Lilesa) (25)
66
4  Uganda
Moses Ndiema Kipsiro 3
Geofrey Kusuro 15
Dickson Huru 27
Ben Siwa 41
(James Kibet) (57)
(Martin Toroitich) (77)
86
6  Spain
Alemayehu Bezabeh 13
Carles Castillejo 31
Ayad Lamdassem 49
Alberto Lozano 54
(Antonio David Jiménez) (66)
(Javier Guerra) (79)
147
7  Tanzania
Fabiano Joseph Naasi 29
Gitimi Shamba 32
Martin Hhaway Sulle 39
Marco Joseph 55
155
8  Bahrain
Hasan Mahboob 6
Alemu Bekele 30
Bilisuma Shugi 47
Dejene Regassa 83
166
9  United States
Patrick Smyth 34
Ryan Vail 43
Robert Curtis 46
Scott Bauhs 51
(Robert Mack) (67)
(Ben Bruce) (78)
174
10  France
Driss El Himer 26
Abdellatif Meftah 38
Hassan Hirt 53
Saïd Berioui 62
(Denis Mayaud) (64)
(Stéphane Lefrand) (92)
179
11  Qatar
Ahmad Hassan Abdullah 11
Felix Kikwai Kibore 48
Gamal Belal Salem 52
Essa Ismail Rashed 71
(Mohammed Abduh Bakhet) (DNF)
182
12  South Africa
Stephen Mokoka 22
Lungisa Mdedelwa 50
Sibabalwe Mzazi 59
Kgosi Tsosane 60
(Xolisa Tyali) (69)
(Siyabonga Nkonde) (116)
191
13  Portugal
Yousef El Kalai 40
Fernando Silva 56
Licinio Pimentel 58
Manuel Damião 67
(Hélder Ornelas) (73)
(José Rocha) (DNF)
221
14  Great Britain
Mo Farah 20
Andrew Vernon 42
Michael Skinner 63
James Wilkinson 105
230
15  Australia
Liam Adams 36
Clinton Perrett 68
Collis Birmingham 82
Jeff Hunt 98
(Duer Yoa) (DNF)
284
16  Japan
Tetsuya Yoroizaka 74
Hiroyoshi Umegae 76
Takuya Noguchi 80
Tsubasa Hayakawa 91
(Kazuya Deguchi) (94)
(Minato Oishi) (99)
321
17  Brazil
Gilberto Lopes 72
Joilson Da Silva 84
Sérgio Da Silva 97
Leonardo Vieira Guedes 117
(Gilmar Lopes) (DNF)
370
18  Poland
Arkadiusz Gardzielewski 75
Kamil Poczwardowski 88
Blazej Brzezinski 103
Krystian Zalewski 106
(Jaroslaw Cichocki) (107)
(Tadeusz Zblewski) (114)
372
19  New Zealand
Edwin Henshaw 85
Andrew Davidson 90
Shaun Krawitz 96
Kim Hogarth 109
380
20  Mexico
Juan Luis Barrios 61
Juan Carlos Carera 101
Josafat Gonzaléz 104
Pablo Olmedo 121
387
21  Iraq
Mahmood Alrashedi 120
Sadeq Jaafar Lafta 122
Hussein Mohammed Subaihawi 123
Noori Al-Darraji 124
489
DQ  Morocco
Anis Selmouni 17
El Houssaine Dham 29
Abderrahim El Asri 36
(Hicham Bellani) (DNF)
Chakir Boujattaoui DQ (12)
Ahmed Baday DQ (29)
n/a
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 135 athletes from 39 countries participated in the senior 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 5, 2013
  2. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 28, 2010), World Cross Country Championships: Kenya write themselves into the history books all over again - NOT only the lions will roar in the Rift Valley today, Herald, retrieved November 5, 2013
  3. ^ Butler, Mark (March 28, 2010), Joseph Ebuya ends Kenyan drought - Men's Senior race report, IAAF, retrieved November 5, 2013
  4. ^ Senior Race - M Final, IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  5. ^ Results - 38th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bydgoszcz, POLAND 28 MAR 2010 - Senior Race - men, IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  6. ^ 38th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bydgoszcz - Sunday 28 March 2010 - Senior Race - Men - Results (PDF), IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  7. ^ Official Team Results Senior Race - M, IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  8. ^ Results - 38th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bydgoszcz, POLAND 28 MAR 2010 - Senior Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  9. ^ 38th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bydgoszcz - Sunday 28 March 2010 - Senior Race - Men - Team Standings (PDF), IAAF, March 28, 2010, retrieved November 5, 2013
  10. ^ Senior Race men IAAF World Cross Country Championships 2010 Results. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-03-31.
  11. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - BYDGOSZCZ 2013 - FACTS & FIGURES - DOPING VIOLATIONS AT THE WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS (PDF), IAAF, p. 11, retrieved November 5, 2013
  12. ^ IAAF: Athletes currently suspended from all competitions in athletics following an Anti-Doping Rule Violation as at: 06.03.15, 6 March 2015