2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior women's race

The Junior women's race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Hippodrome Wellington in Ostend (Oostende), Belgium, on March 24, 2001. Reports onf the event were given in The New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3] and for the IAAF.[4]

Junior women's race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition29th
DateMarch 24
Host cityOstend, West Flanders, Belgium Belgium
VenueHippodrome Wellington
Events1
Distances5.9 km – Junior women
Participation126 athletes from
32 nations

Complete results for individuals,[5][6][7] for teams,[5][8][9] medallists,[10] and the results of British athletes who took part[11] were published.

Race resultsEdit

Junior women's race (5.9 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Viola Kibiwott   Kenya 22:05
  Abebech Nigussie   Ethiopia 22:05
  Aster Bacha   Ethiopia 22:05
4 Vivian Cheruiyot   Kenya 22:06
5 Tirunesh Dibaba   Ethiopia 22:08
6 Tereza Yohanes   Ethiopia 22:10
7 Fridah Domongole   Kenya 22:12
8 Sally Kipyego   Kenya 22:22
9 Peninah Chepchumba   Kenya 22:24
10 Mestawat Tufa   Ethiopia 22:24
11 Naoko Sakata   Japan 22:36
12 Christine Kalmer   South Africa 22:45
13 Tomomi Tagao   Japan 22:46
14 Melissa Rollison   Australia 22:52
15 Anna Ndege   Tanzania 22:53
16 Alice Timbilil   Kenya 22:54
17 Emi Ikeda   Japan 23:00
18 Mika Matsumoto   Japan 23:15
19 Georgie Clarke   Australia 23:21
20 Simret Sultan   Eritrea 23:24
21 Ruth McDonnell   Australia 23:25
22 Elvan Can   Turkey 23:30
23 Emma Ward   United Kingdom 23:31
24 Lina Usmanova   Russia 23:34
25 Mikayo Udo   Japan 23:36
26 Lauren King   Canada 23:37
27 Diane Nukuri   Burundi 23:37
28 Christel Arnold   South Africa 23:44
29 Samira Afettouche   Algeria 23:44
30 Inga Abitova   Russia 23:45
31 Trish Nolan   Canada 23:47
32 Louise Damen   United Kingdom 23:48
33 Fatiha Bahi   Algeria 23:52
34 Maria Yohana Amosi   Tanzania 23:53
35 Hiromi Koga   Japan 23:55
36 Mieke Geens   Belgium 23:58
37 Lize-Mari Venter   South Africa 23:59
38 Collette Fagan   United Kingdom 24:02
39 Simret Asmerom   Eritrea 24:09
40 Evelien Hofmans   Belgium 24:10
41 Tatyana Petrova   Russia 24:11
42 Alicia Craig   United States 24:12
43 Birgül Özcan   Turkey 24:15
44 Julie Coulaud   France 24:16
45 Jane Makombe   Zimbabwe 24:16
46 Elodie Mené   France 24:17
47 Laura Zeigle   United States 24:17
48 Faye Fullerton   United Kingdom 24:18
49 Eleonora Riga   Italy 24:21
50 Isabel Macías   Spain 24:21
51 Fiona Crombie   New Zealand 24:22
52 Amparo Menéndez   Spain 24:22
53 Joanna Wall   Australia 24:23
54 Linda Hadjar   France 24:29
55 Lakshmaiah Manjula   India 24:29
56 Alba García   Spain 24:29
57 Beatrice Lanza   Italy 24:30
58 Saloua Hassani   Algeria 24:33
59 Lynelle Blignaut   South Africa 24:33
60 Francesca Smiderle   Italy 24:34
61 Victoria Chang   United States 24:37
62 Elizabeth Lilley   United Kingdom 24:41
63 Matirinta Mota   Lesotho 24:43
64 Eden Tesfalem   Eritrea 24:43
65 Alisha Williams   United States 24:45
66 Henrietta Freeman   United Kingdom 24:45
67 Arzu Berk   Turkey 24:50
68 Ljiljana Culibrk   Croatia 24:50
69 Marina Ivanova   Russia 24:51
70 Dulce Félix   Portugal 24:53
71 Lebogang Phalula   South Africa 24:56
72 Alicia González   Spain 24:58
73 Michelle Carson   Canada 25:00
74 Emily Blakeslee   United States 25:01
75 Valeria Marinoni   Italy 25:01
76 Türkan Erişmiş   Turkey 25:01
77 Nadia Rodríguez   Argentina 25:02
78 Seham El Agizy   Egypt 25:02
79 Rosemary Grosso   Italy 25:04
80 Carol Henry   Canada 25:09
81 Meriem Benzerga   Algeria 25:10
82 Megan Metcalfe   Canada 25:10
83 Preda Sreedharan   India 25:12
84 Widad Mendil   Algeria 25:14
85 Nagamani Basa   India 25:14
86 Pilar Mendoza   Spain 25:16
87 Patricia Lobo   Brazil 25:20
88 Lesley Shannon   Ireland 25:24
89 Lies Delameilleure   Belgium 25:25
90 Sónia Fernandes   Portugal 25:31
91 Agnès Portier   France 25:33
92 Karina Pérez   Mexico 25:36
93 Yuliya Alyoshina   Turkmenistan 25:38
94 Natalya Alekseyeva   Belarus 25:38
95 Daphrose Ndayikunda   Burundi 25:40
96 Belén Iñigo   Spain 25:42
97 Anne Gauthier   France 25:46
98 Fionnuala Britton   Ireland 25:46
99 Ann Schreurs   Belgium 25:50
100 Natallia Yakhimovich   Belarus 25:51
101 Michelle de la Vina   United States 25:56
102 Sophie Christiaens   Belgium 25:59
103 Eliane Pereira   Brazil 25:59
104 Karina Córdoba   Argentina 25:59
105 Sara Abou Hassan   Egypt 26:12
106 Dimple Naidu   India 26:19
107 Doaa Adel   Egypt 26:20
108 Michaela Lynn   Ireland 26:20
109 Shaimaa Ibrahim   Egypt 26:35
110 Ava Hutchinson   Ireland 26:40
111 Irene González   Mexico 26:40
112 Stephanie Hirtle   Canada 26:46
113 Zulma Morabes   Argentina 26:52
114 Gizelle de Castro   Brazil 27:07
115 Alena Kutskevich   Belarus 27:18
116 Yuliya Krepina   Uzbekistan 27:30
117 Ana Rosa Fuentes   Mexico 28:19
118 Lemlem Bereket   Eritrea 28:33
119 Gulya Imomova   Uzbekistan 28:34
120 Svetlana Barkalova   Uzbekistan 28:43
121 Jorgelina Litterini   Argentina 29:01
122 Svetlana Mansurova   Uzbekistan 30:04
123 Dinara Nerziyeva   Turkmenistan 30:51
Wahiba Ifftissen   Algeria DNF
Natallia Tsyvaka   Belarus DNF
Tatiane Sá   Brazil DNF
Anastasiya Pustarnakova   Belarus DNS
Hawa Hussein   Tanzania DNS
Zakia Mrisho   Tanzania DNS
Olivia Chikotore   Zimbabwe DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Ethiopia
Abebech Nigussie 2
Aster Bacha 3
Tirunesh Dibaba 5
Tereza Yohanes 6
(Mestawat Tufa) (10)
16
    Kenya
Viola Kibiwott 1
Vivian Cheruiyot 4
Fridah Domongole 7
Sally Kipyego 8
(Peninah Chepchumba) (9)
(Alice Timbilil) (16)
20
    Japan
Naoko Sakata 11
Tomomi Tagao 13
Emi Ikeda 17
Mika Matsumoto 18
(Mikayo Udo) (25)
(Hiromi Koga) (35)
59
4   Australia
Melissa Rollison 14
Georgie Clarke 19
Ruth McDonnell 21
Joanna Wall 53
107
5   South Africa
Christine Kalmer 12
Christel Arnold 28
Lize-Mari Venter 37
Lynelle Blignaut 59
(Lebogang Phalula) (71)
136
6   United Kingdom
Emma Ward 23
Louise Damen 32
Collette Fagan 38
Faye Fullerton 48
(Elizabeth Lilley) (62)
(Henrietta Freeman) (66)
141
7   Russia
Lina Usmanova 24
Inga Abitova 30
Tatyana Petrova 41
Marina Ivanova 69
164
8   Algeria
Samira Afettouche 29
Fatiha Bahi 33
Saloua Hassani 58
Meriem Benzerga 81
(Widad Mendil) (84)
(Wahiba Ifftissen) (DNF)
201
9   Turkey
Elvan Can 22
Birgül Özcan 43
Arzu Berk 67
Türkan Erişmiş 76
208
10   Canada
Lauren King 26
Trish Nolan 31
Michelle Carson 73
Carol Henry 80
(Megan Metcalfe) (82)
(Stephanie Hirtle) (112)
210
11   United States
Alicia Craig 42
Laura Zeigle 47
Victoria Chang 61
Alisha Williams 65
(Emily Blakeslee) (74)
(Michelle de la Vina) (101)
215
12   Spain
Isabel Macías 50
Amparo Menéndez 52
Alba García 56
Alicia González 72
(Pilar Mendoza) (86)
(Belén Iñigo) (96)
230
13   France
Julie Coulaud 44
Elodie Mené 46
Linda Hadjar 54
Agnès Portier 91
(Anne Gauthier) (97)
235
14   Italy
Eleonora Riga 49
Beatrice Lanza 57
Francesca Smiderle 60
Valeria Marinoni 75
(Rosemary Grosso) (79)
241
15   Eritrea
Simret Sultan 20
Simret Asmerom 39
Eden Tesfalem 64
Lemlem Bereket 118
241
16   Belgium
Mieke Geens 36
Evelien Hofmans 40
Lies Delameilleure 89
Ann Schreurs 99
(Sophie Christiaens) (102)
264
17   India
Lakshmaiah Manjula 55
Preda Sreedharan 83
Nagamani Basa 85
Dimple Naidu 106
329
18   Egypt
Seham El Agizy 78
Sara Abou Hassan 105
Doaa Adel 107
Shaimaa Ibrahim 109
399
19   Ireland
Lesley Shannon 88
Fionnuala Britton 98
Michaela Lynn 108
Ava Hutchinson 110
404
20   Argentina
Nadia Rodríguez 77
Karina Córdoba 104
Zulma Morabes 113
Jorgelina Litterini 121
415
21   Uzbekistan
Yuliya Krepina 116
Gulya Imomova 119
Svetlana Barkalova 120
Svetlana Mansurova 122
477
DNF   Brazil
(Patricia Lobo) (87)
(Eliane Pereira) (103)
(Gizelle de Castro) (114)
(Tatiane Sá) (DNF)
DNF
DNF   Belarus
(Natalya Alekseyeva) (94)
(Natallia Yakhimovich) (100)
(Alena Kutskevich) (115)
(Natallia Tsyvaka) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

An unofficial count yields the participation of 126 athletes from 32 countries in the Junior women's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PLUS: RUNNING; Kenya's Koech Wins Cross-Country Title", The New York Times, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013
  2. ^ "PLUS: CROSS-COUNTRY; Mourhit Is First But Kenyans Win", The New York Times, March 26, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 24, 2001), "Paula eyes up double header British runner can make lonely training pay off with a victory", Herald, retrieved October 28, 2013
  4. ^ Minshull, Phil (March 24, 2001), Kibiwot surprises herself and the pundits, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 5.9km CC Women - Ostend Wellington Hippodrome Date: Sunday, March 24, 2001, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 28, 2013CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  6. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Women - Saturday, March 24, 2001, IAAF, March 24, 2001, archived from the original on 2013-11-01, retrieved October 28, 2013
  7. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Junior Race - women, IAAF, March 24, 2001, archived from the original on 2013-11-01, retrieved October 28, 2013
  8. ^ Official Results - CROSS JUNIOR RACE Women - Team - Saturday, March 24, 2001, IAAF, March 24, 2001, archived from the original on 2013-11-01, retrieved October 28, 2013
  9. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Junior Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 24, 2001, archived from the original on 2013-11-01, retrieved October 28, 2013
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 28, 2013
  11. ^ 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 28, 2013