World Marathon Cup

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The World Marathon Cup (full name IAAF World Marathon Cup) was an international event organised by the International Association of Athletics Federations every two years.

From 1997 until 2011 (its final year) it was incorporated with IAAF World Championships in Athletics.[1]

Editions[edit]

Year Venue Country Date
1985 Hiroshima Japan 13–14 April
1987 Seoul South Korea 11–12 April
1989 Milan Italy 15–16 April
1991 London United Kingdom 21 April
1993 San Sebastián Spain 31 October
1995 Athens Greece 9 April
1997 Athens Greece 9–10 August
1999 Seville Spain 28–29 August
2001 Edmonton Canada 3–12 August
2003 Paris France 30–31 August
2005 Helsinki Finland 13–14 August
2007 Osaka Japan 25 August & 2 September
2009 Berlin Germany 22–23 August
2011 Daegu South Korea 27 August & 4 September

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1985  Djibouti
Hussein Ahmed Salah
Djama Robleh
Omar Abdillahi Charmarke
6:27:08  Japan
Takeyuki Nakayama
Takeshi So
Shigeru So
6:31:43  Ethiopia
Abebe Mekonnen
Kebede Balcha
Dereje Nedi
6:32:46
1987  Italy
3. Salvatore Bettiol
4. Salvatore Nicosia
5. Osvaldo Faustini
6:36:38  Japan
Taisuke Kodama
Kazuyoshi Kudo
Yoshihiro Nishimura
6:39:23  France
Alain Lazare
Jacques Marechet
Alexandre Gonzalez
6:43:46
1989  Ethiopia
Metaferia Zeleke
Dereje Nedi
Wami Alemayehu
6:37:20  Italy
3. Gianni Poli
7. Salvatore Bettiol
14. Osvaldo Faustini
6:37:51  France
Dominique Chauvelier
Bertrand Itsweire
Alexandre Gonzalez
6:38:51
1991  United Kingdom
David Long
Stephen Brace
David Buzza
6:34:59  Portugal
Manuel Matias
Joaquim Pinheiro
Antonio Godinho
6:35:55  Poland
Jan Huruk
Sławomir Gurny
Wiesław Perszke
6:36:12
1993  Ethiopia
Gemechu Kebede
Becho Tadesse
Tumo Turbo
6:31:17  Italy
2. Severino Bernardini
8. Luca Barzaghi
13. Walter Durbano
6:32:41  United Kingdom
Richard Nerurkar
David Buzza
Andrew Green
6:34:06
1995  Italy
3. Davide Milesi
6. Marco Gozzano
7. Roberto Crosio
6:43:42  France
Jean-Marie Gehin
Dominique Chauvelier
Pascal Fetizon
6:48:47  Spain
José Ramón Torres
Bartolomé Serrano
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6:51:05
1997  Spain
Abel Antón
Martín Fiz
Fabián Roncero
6:43:30  Italy
4. Danilo Goffi
6. Giacomo Leone
30. Francesco Ingargiola
6:55:33  Brazil
Luíz Antônio dos Santos
Vanderlei de Lima
Osmiro Silva
7:02:56
1999  Italy
2. Vincenzo Modica
5. Danilo Goffi
10. Daniele Caimmi
6:45:16  Japan 6:45:42  Ethiopia 6:50:11
2001  Ethiopia 6:43:32  Japan 6:48:36  Italy
3. Stefano Baldini
11. Giacomo Leone
17. Alberico Di Cecco
6:51:56
2003  Japan 6:30:43  Italy
3. Stefano Baldini
6. Daniele Caimmi
22. Alberico Di Cecco
6:32:19  South Africa 6:35:54
2005  Japan 6:38:39  Kenya 6:46:38  Ethiopia 6:52:14
2007  Japan 6:54:23  South Korea 7:12:08  Kenya 7:12:33
2009  Kenya 6:25:28  Ethiopia 6:32:06  Japan 6:41:05
2011  Kenya 6:29:23  Japan 6:41:13  Morocco 6:42:18

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1985  Italy
4. Laura Fogli
6. Rita Marchisio
11. Emma Scaunich
7:51:27  Soviet Union
2. Zoya Ivanova
10. Raisa Smekhnova
Nadia Ushanova
7:53:22  East Germany
1. Katrin Dörre
19. Birgit Weinhold
22. Gabriele Martins
8:00:02
1987  Soviet Union
Zoya Ivanova
Tatyana Gridnyeva
Yekaterina Khramenkova
7:34:39  East Germany
Katrin Dörre
Uta Pippig
Annette Fincke
7:42:10  France
Maria Rebelo
Françoise Bonnet
Jocelyne Villeton
7:46:41
1989  Soviet Union
Yekaterina Khramenkova
Irina Yagodina
Valentina Yegorova
7:51:29  United States
Susan Marchiano
Gordon Bakoulis
Charlotte Thomas
7:56:17  China
Li Juan
Li Yemei
Xie Lihua
7:57:07
1991  Soviet Union
Valentina Yegorova
Ramilya Burangulova
Tatyana Zuyeva
7:30:21  Italy
10. Anna Villani
11. Antonella Bizioli
13. Laura Fogli
7:36:37  France
Maria Rebelo
Françoise Bonnet
Marie-Helene Ohier
7:38:51
1993  China
Wang Junxia
Zhang Linli
Zhang Lirong
7:27:43  Spain
Maria-Luisa Muñoz
Monica Pont
Rocio Rios
7:33:55  Russia
Firiya Sultanova
Olga Michurina
Tatyana Pentukova
7:44:07
1995  Romania
Anuța Catuna
Lidia Simon
Cristina Pomacu
7:35:05  Russia
Larisa Zyusko
Nadezhda Wijenberg
Marina Belyayeva
7:47:39  Italy
4. Ornella Ferrara
15. Maura Viceconte
16. Antonella Bizioli
7:50:46
1997  Japan
Hiromi Suzuki
Takako Tobise
Nobuko Fujimura
7:38:57  Romania}
Lidia Simon
Anuța Cătună
Aurica Buia
7:52:18  Italy
3. Ornella Ferrara
13. Franca Fiacconi
24. Laura Fogli
7:56:31
1999  Japan 7:27:52  Romania 7:34:37  Germany 7:35:41
2001  Japan 7:22:36  Russia 7:26:00  Romania 7:29:44
2003  Japan 7:14:48  Ethiopia 7:24:56  Russia 7:31:04
2005  Kenya 7:12:37  Japan 7:16:35  United Kingdom 7:27:04
2007  Kenya 7:35:02  China 7:35:52  Japan 7:37:39
2009  China 7:17:02  Japan 7:22:15  Russia 7:24:42
2011  Kenya 7:26:57  China 7:31:34  Ethiopia 7:32:20

Medal table[edit]

Men
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)3519
2 Italy (ITA)3418
3 Ethiopia (ETH)3137
4 Kenya (KEN)2114
5 Great Britain (GBR)1012
 Spain (ESP)1012
7 Djibouti (DJI)1001
8 France (FRA)0123
9 Portugal (POR)0101
 South Korea (KOR)0101
11 Brazil (BRA)0011
 Morocco (MAR)0011
 Poland (POL)0011
 South Africa (RSA)0011
Totals (14 nations)14141442


Women
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)4217
2 Soviet Union (URS)3104
3 Kenya (KEN)3003
4 China (CHN)2215
5 Romania (ROM)1214
6 Italy (ITA)1124
7 Russia (RUS)0235
8 East Germany (GDR)0112
 Ethiopia (ETH)0112
10 Spain (ESP)0101
 United States (USA)0101
12 France (FRA)0022
13 Germany (GER)0011
 Great Britain (GBR)0011
Totals (14 nations)14141442


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IAAF WORLD ATHLETICS SERIES". iaaf.org. Retrieved 8 November 2012.

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