1980 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

The Junior men's race at the 1980 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Paris, France, at the Hippodrome de Longchamp on March 9, 1980. A report on the event was given in the Evening Times.[1]

Junior men's race at the 1980 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition8th
DateMarch 9
Host cityParis, France France
VenueHippodrome de Longchamp
Events1
Distances7.41 km – Junior men
Participation97 athletes from
18 nations

Complete results,[2] medallists, [3] and the results of British athletes[4] were published.

Race resultsEdit

Junior men's race (7.41 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Jordi García   Spain 22:17
  Valeriy Gryaznov   Soviet Union 22:23
  Ed Eyestone   United States 22:27
4 Denis Stark   Canada 22:34
5 Tom Downs   United States 22:34
6 Sergey Kiselyov   Soviet Union 22:36
7 Ildar Denikeyev   Soviet Union 22:38
8 Guy Léfèvre   Belgium 22:41
9 Andrea Prassedi   Italy 22:47
10 Paul Davies-Hale   England 22:52
11 William Graham   United States 22:53
12 Gary Huckwell   England 22:58
13 Brian O'Keefe   Ireland 22:58
14 Johan van Oost   Belgium 22:59
15 Ross Chilton   Canada 23:00
16 Gábor Szabó   Hungary 23:04
17 Brahim Boudina   Algeria 23:05
18 Henrik Jørgensen   Denmark 23:08
19 Steve Blakemore   Wales 23:10
20 José Fernández   Spain 23:10
21 Enrico Ogliar Badessi   Italy 23:11
22 Lars-Erik Nilsson   Sweden 23:12
23 Gyula Balogh   Hungary 23:13
24 Miguel Rubio   Spain 23:13
25 Philip Ledger   England 23:14
26 Faisal Touzri   Tunisia 23:18
27 Laurent Brosseau   France 23:18
28 Rabah Aboura   Algeria 23:19
29 Hichem Oueslati   Tunisia 23:19
30 Mauro Perna   Italy 23:21
31 William Van Dijck   Belgium 23:23
32 Ted Murphy   Canada 23:23
33 Jen Emmanuel Lassoie   Belgium 23:26
34 Julio Perez   Spain 23:26
35 Sergey Mishin   Soviet Union 23:26
36 Jean-Luc Taif   France 23:27
37 Yvan Perre   France 23:27
38 István Bene   Hungary 23:28
39 Carrey Penner   Canada 23:29
40 Kai Röcker   West Germany 23:29
41 Salvatore Bettiol   Italy 23:31
42 Paul Cowell   England 23:33
43 Dave Reid   Canada 23:34
44 Eddy Stevens   Belgium 23:39
45 Djamel Eddine Galli   Algeria 23:40
46 Sid-Ali Sakhri   Algeria 23:41
47 Adrian Callan   Scotland 23:42
48 John McCreedy   Northern Ireland 23:44
49 Terry Conlon   Ireland 23:46
50 Dominique Grandjean   France 23:47
51 Pedro Garin   Spain 23:49
52 Dmitriy Ditlashok   Soviet Union 23:50
53 Mohammed Chouri   Tunisia 23:51
54 Carlo Grasso   Italy 23:52
55 Martin Grosskopf   West Germany 23:53
56 Eric Sappenfield   United States 23:53
57 Peter Elliott   England 23:54
58 Luc Sadones   Belgium 23:55
59 Philip Llewellyn   Wales 23:58
60 Sören Egge Rasmussen   Denmark 23:58
61 Francisco Erneta   Spain 24:00
62 Mohamed Hadj Gasmi   Tunisia 24:03
63 Hocine Guessas   Algeria 24:05
64 Gerhard Lindner   West Germany 24:08
65 Ross Copestake   Scotland 24:10
66 Tom Breen   Northern Ireland 24:10
67 Simon Axon   Wales 24:11
68 Abderrahmane Boumouzia   Algeria 24:12
69 John Gladwin   Scotland 24:18
70 Ralf Winter   West Germany 24:19
71 Jacques Triquet   France 24:20
72 Nigel Barton   Northern Ireland 24:20
73 Kim Taylor Hansen   Denmark 24:21
74 Ross Arbuckle   Scotland 24:22
75 Marcus O'Sullivan   Ireland 24:24
76 Jacques le Floch   France 24:28
77 László Szász   Hungary 24:31
78 Gary Millar   Scotland 24:32
79 Andrew Smith   Wales 24:33
80 Said Shili   Tunisia 24:33
81 Ole Hansen   Denmark 24:34
82 Daniel Caprioglio   United States 24:34
83 Brian Roche   Ireland 24:43
84 Coleman Connelly   Ireland 24:47
85 Peter Fox   Scotland 24:49
86 Nigel Stops   Wales 24:52
87 Jamel Zriba   Tunisia 24:58
88 Farron Fields   United States 25:03
89 Peter Gylling   Denmark 25:10
90 Martin Coupland   Northern Ireland 25:16
91 Tom Melville   Northern Ireland 25:19
92 Jörg Thoma   West Germany 25:24
93 Peter Williams   Wales 25:36
94 David Lynch   Ireland 26:00
John Doherty   Northern Ireland DNF
Dave Lewis   England DNF
Luciano Carchesio   Italy DNF

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Soviet Union
Valeriy Gryaznov 2
Sergey Kiselyov 6
Ildar Denikeyev 7
Sergey Mishin 35
(Dmitriy Ditlashok) (52)
50
    United States
Ed Eyestone 3
Tom Downs 5
William Graham 11
Eric Sappenfield 56
(Daniel Caprioglio) (82)
(Farron Fields) (88)
75
    Spain
Jordi García 1
José Fernández 20
Miguel Rubio 24
Julio Perez 34
(Pedro Garin) (51)
(Francisco Erneta) (61)
79
4   Belgium
Guy Léfèvre 8
Johan van Oost 14
William Van Dijck 31
Jen Emmanuel Lassoie 33
(Eddy Stevens) (44)
(Luc Sadones) (58)
86
5   England
Paul Davies-Hale 10
Gary Huckwell 12
Philip Ledger 25
Paul Cowell 42
(Peter Elliott) (57)
(Dave Lewis) (DNF)
89
6   Canada
Denis Stark 4
Ross Chilton 15
Ted Murphy 32
Carrey Penner 39
(Dave Reid) (43)
90
7   Italy
Andrea Prassedi 9
Enrico Ogliar Badessi 21
Mauro Perna 30
Salvatore Bettiol 41
(Carlo Grasso) (54)
(Luciano Carchesio) (DNF)
101
8   Algeria
Brahim Boudina 17
Rabah Aboura 28
Djamel Eddine Galli 45
Sid-Ali Sakhri 46
(Hocine Guessas) (63)
(Abderrahmane Boumouzia) (68)
136
9   France
Laurent Brosseau 27
Jean-Luc Taif 36
Yvan Perre 37
Dominique Grandjean 50
(Jacques Triquet) (71)
(Jacques le Floch) (76)
150
10   Hungary
Gábor Szabó 16
Gyula Balogh 23
István Bene 38
László Szász 77
154
11   Tunisia
Faisal Touzri 26
Hichem Oueslati 29
Mohammed Chouri 53
Mohamed Hadj Gasmi 62
(Said Shili) (80)
(Jamel Zriba) (87)
170
12   Ireland
Brian O'Keefe 13
Terry Conlon 49
Marcus O'Sullivan 75
Brian Roche 83
(Coleman Connelly) (84)
(David Lynch) (94)
220
13   Wales
Steve Blakemore 19
Philip Llewellyn 59
Simon Axon 67
Andrew Smith 79
(Nigel Stops) (86)
(Peter Williams) (93)
224
14   West Germany
Kai Röcker 40
Martin Grosskopf 55
Gerhard Lindner 64
Ralf Winter 70
(Jörg Thoma) (92)
229
15   Denmark
Henrik Jørgensen 18
Sören Egge Rasmussen 60
Kim Taylor Hansen 73
Ole Hansen 81
(Peter Gylling) (89)
232
16   Scotland
Adrian Callan 47
Ross Copestake 65
John Gladwin 69
Ross Arbuckle 74
(Gary Millar) (78)
(Peter Fox) (85)
255
17   Northern Ireland
John McCreedy 48
Tom Breen 66
Nigel Barton 72
Martin Coupland 90
(Tom Melville) (91)
(John Doherty) (DNF)
276
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

An unofficial count yields the participation of 97 athletes from 18 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Robson fifth - Scotland's John Robson finished fifth in the world cross country championship at Longchamp racecourse in Paris yesterday..., Evening Times, March 10, 1980, p. 16, retrieved October 18, 2013
  2. ^ Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.0km CC Men - Paris Lonchamp Date: Sunday, March 9, 1980, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 18, 2013CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  3. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 9, 2013
  4. ^ a b 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 October 9, 2013