2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Men's short race

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

Men's short race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition29th
DateMarch 24
Host cityOstend, West Flanders, Belgium Belgium
VenueHippodrome Wellington
Events1
Distances4.1 km – Men's short
Participation157 athletes from
47 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

Men's short race (4.1 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Enock Koech   Kenya 12:40
  Kenenisa Bekele   Ethiopia 12:42
  Benjamin Limo   Kenya 12:43
4 Sammy Kipketer   Kenya 12:44
5 Cyrus Kataron   Kenya 12:45
6 Albert Chepkurui   Kenya 12:46
7 John Kibowen   Kenya 12:49
8 Craig Mottram   Australia 12:49
9 Brahim Boulami   Morocco 13:00
10 Haylu Mekonnen   Ethiopia 13:03
11 Adil Kaouch   Morocco 13:06
12 Saïd El Wardi   Morocco 13:08
13 Dagne Alemu   Ethiopia 13:08
14 John Yuda   Tanzania 13:09
15 Brad Hauser   United States 13:09
16 Mohamed Amyn   Morocco 13:09
17 Alejandro Suárez   Mexico 13:10
18 Tim Broe   United States 13:10
19 Andy Downin   United States 13:16
20 Luciano Di Pardo   Italy 13:18
21 Miroslav Vanko   Slovakia 13:19
22 Youssef Baba   Morocco 13:19
23 Luis Jesús   Portugal 13:20
24 Michael Power   Australia 13:21
25 Lotfi Turki   Tunisia 13:23
26 Alemayehu Girma   Ethiopia 13:24
27 Spencer Barden   United Kingdom 13:25
28 Wirimai Juwawo   Zimbabwe 13:26
29 Kevin Sullivan   Canada 13:27
30 Beruk Debrework   Ethiopia 13:27
31 Antonio Jiménez   Spain 13:28
32 John Nada Saya   Tanzania 13:28
33 Samir Benfarès   France 13:29
34 Salvador Miranda   Mexico 13:29
35 José Luis Blanco   Spain 13:29
36 Blair Martin   New Zealand 13:29
37 José Manuel Martínez   Spain 13:30
38 Christian Stephenson   United Kingdom 13:30
39 Tony Cosey   United States 13:30
40 Rustam Yakupov   Russia 13:31
41 Clint Wells   United States 13:31
42 João Junqueira   Portugal 13:32
43 Javier Carriqueo   Argentina 13:32
44 Joël Bourgeois   Canada 13:33
45 Hamish Thorpe   New Zealand 13:34
46 Dmitriy Maksimov   Russia 13:34
47 Oscar Cortínez   Argentina 13:35
48 José Ramos   Portugal 13:35
49 Roland Weissteiner   Italy 13:35
50 Godfrey Khahohle   South Africa 13:36
51 Sergey Lukin   Russia 13:36
52 Sean Kaley   Canada 13:37
53 Lorenzo Perrone   Italy 13:37
54 Gareth Turnbull   Ireland 13:38
55 Badre din Zioini   France 13:38
56 Glen Stewart   United Kingdom 13:38
57 Adrian Blincoe   New Zealand 13:41
58 Simon Maunder   New Zealand 13:43
59 Jean Bosco Ndagijimana   Rwanda 13:43
60 Mykola Novytskyy   Ukraine 13:43
61 Sergey Drygin   Russia 13:44
62 Jeremy Deere   Canada 13:45
63 Pacifique Ayabusa   Rwanda 13:46
64 Fabrice Chomaud   France 13:47
65 Tom Compernolle   Belgium 13:48
66 Rached Amor   Tunisia 13:49
67 Abdulkadir Türk   Turkey 13:49
68 Anacleto Jiménez   Spain 13:49
69 Ahmed Abd El Mangoud   Egypt 13:50
70 Manuel Silva   Portugal 13:50
71 Christian Obrist   Italy 13:50
72 Ahmed Issaoui   Tunisia 13:51
73 Hedi Khalfallah   Tunisia 13:52
74 Julius Gidabuday   Tanzania 13:54
75 Rob Whalley   United Kingdom 13:55
76 Jeroen van Dijke   Netherlands 13:56
77 Angus MacLean   United Kingdom 13:57
78 Matt Kerr   Canada 13:57
79 Musa Ninga   Tanzania 13:58
80 Jim Svenøy   Norway 13:58
81 Mesfin Hailu   Ethiopia 13:58
82 Vijay Pal   India 13:59
83 Domenico D'Ambrosio   Italy 14:00
84 Fiachra Lombard   Ireland 14:02
85 Dan Browne   United States 14:02
86 Pablo Villalobos   Spain 14:03
87 Carlos Calado   Portugal 14:04
88 Raúl Mora   Chile 14:05
89 Brahim Jabbour   Morocco 14:05
90 Abd Al-Rasool Ahmed   Egypt 14:06
91 Fabián Campanini   Argentina 14:07
92 Makoto Michiura   Japan 14:07
93 Arun D'Souza   India 14:10
94 Carlos Jaramillo   Chile 14:11
95 Sander Schutgens   Netherlands 14:12
96 Ridouane Es-Saadi   Belgium 14:13
97 Khalid Zoubaa   France 14:14
98 Kuldeep Kumar   India 14:14
99 Mauro Casagrande   Italy 14:14
100 Frédéric Desmedt   Belgium 14:15
101 Maurice van Veldhoven   Netherlands 14:18
102 Víctor Martínez   Andorra 14:19
103 Cristian Hidalgo   Chile 14:20
104 Jonathan Monje   Chile 14:21
105 Fouly Salem   Egypt 14:22
106 Eelco de Voogt   Netherlands 14:22
107 Simon Labiche   Seychelles 14:23
108 Mehdi Khelifi   Tunisia 14:24
109 Ivan Kibiryov   Uzbekistan 14:24
110 Zigmund Zilbershtein   Georgia 14:25
111 Jesús España   Spain 14:27
112 Aleksandr Busel   Belarus 14:28
113 Patrick Grammens   Belgium 14:29
114 Heiki Sarapuu   Estonia 14:30
115 Ad Verweij   Netherlands 14:32
116 Daniel Gidombada   Tanzania 14:34
117 Toomas Tarm   Estonia 14:35
118 José Mansilla   Argentina 14:36
119 Jürgen Vandewiele   Belgium 14:37
120 Mohamad Ayache   Lebanon 14:40
121 Sergey Zabavskiy   Tajikistan 14:40
122 Joeri Jansen   Belgium 14:46
123 Mostafa Shalaby   Egypt 14:46
124 Viktor Vasilyonok   Belarus 14:46
125 Denis Bagrev   Kyrgyzstan 14:47
126 Terukazu Omori   Japan 14:48
127 Yevgeniy Yurkevich   Belarus 14:51
128 Bahadur Singh   India 14:52
129 Bakhodur Boimuradov   Tajikistan 14:58
130 Mark Miles   United Kingdom 14:58
131 Joel Rosario   Puerto Rico 15:04
132 Uldar Nuraliev   Uzbekistan 15:05
133 Mahmoud Ayach   Lebanon 15:05
134 Gairat Nigmatov   Tajikistan 15:12
135 Albert Shamsiyev   Uzbekistan 15:19
136 Djamched Rasulov   Tajikistan 15:21
137 Ahmad El Darkouchi   Lebanon 15:21
138 Aleksandr Voran   Belarus 15:23
139 Fortunato Yaccob   Eritrea 15:26
140 Nozimjon Irmatov   Tajikistan 15:34
141 Kemal Tuvakuliyev   Turkmenistan 15:37
142 Richard Muscat   Gibraltar 15:42
143 Junji Konomi   Japan 15:44
144 Serdar Gandymov   Turkmenistan 15:53
145 Jacques Diab   Lebanon 15:57
146 Liam Byrne   Gibraltar 15:57
147 Mohamed Al-Bayed   Palestine 16:05
148 Nazar Begliyev   Turkmenistan 16:10
149 Sergey Yakovlev   Turkmenistan 16:19
150 Vladimir Escajadillo   Peru 16:27
151 Salimjon Ortykov   Tajikistan 16:28
152 Desimir Gajic   FR Yugoslavia 17:16
153 Lee Calderon   Gibraltar 17:30
154 Louis Chichon   Gibraltar 17:41
155 James Parody   Gibraltar 18:02
156 Yevgeniy Nujdin   Uzbekistan 18:54
Sergio López   Chile DNF
Antonio Fabián Silio   Argentina DNS
José Alberto Montenegro   Argentina DNS
Jean-Paul Gahimbaré   Burundi DNS
Jean-Berchmans Ndayisenga   Burundi DNS
Hilaire Ntirampeba   Burundi DNS
Emmanuel Murenzi   Rwanda DNS
Jean Baptiste Simukeka   Rwanda DNS
Ahmed Saeed Hassan   Somalia DNS
Maximillian Iranqe   Tanzania DNS
Alí Hakimi   Tunisia DNS
Mike Fokorani   Zimbabwe DNS
Farai Nemahwedza   Zimbabwe DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Kenya
Enock Koech 1
Benjamin Limo 3
Sammy Kipketer 4
Cyrus Kataron 5
(Albert Chepkurui) (6)
(John Kibowen) (7)
13
    Morocco
Brahim Boulami 9
Adil Kaouch 11
Saïd El Wardi 12
Mohamed Amyn 16
(Youssef Baba) (22)
(Brahim Jabbour) (89)
48
    Ethiopia
Kenenisa Bekele 2
Haylu Mekonnen 10
Dagne Alemu 13
Alemayehu Girma 26
(Beruk Debrework) (30)
(Mesfin Hailu) (81)
51
4   United States
Brad Hauser 15
Tim Broe 18
Andy Downin 19
Tony Cosey 39
(Clint Wells) (41)
(Dan Browne) (85)
91
5   Spain
Antonio Jiménez 31
José Luis Blanco 35
José Manuel Martínez 37
Anacleto Jiménez 68
(Pablo Villalobos) (86)
(Jesús España) (111)
171
6   Portugal
Luis Jesús 23
João Junqueira 42
José Ramos 48
Manuel Silva 70
(Carlos Calado) (87)
183
7   Canada
Kevin Sullivan 29
Joël Bourgeois 44
Sean Kaley 52
Jeremy Deere 62
(Matt Kerr) (78)
187
8   Italy
Luciano Di Pardo 20
Roland Weissteiner 49
Lorenzo Perrone 53
Christian Obrist 71
(Domenico D'Ambrosio) (83)
(Mauro Casagrande) (99)
193
9   New Zealand
Blair Martin 36
Hamish Thorpe 45
Adrian Blincoe 57
Simon Maunder 58
196
10   United Kingdom
Spencer Barden 27
Christian Stephenson 38
Glen Stewart 56
Rob Whalley 75
(Angus MacLean) (77)
(Mark Miles) (130)
196
11   Russia
Rustam Yakupov 40
Dmitriy Maksimov 46
Sergey Lukin 51
Sergey Drygin 61
198
12   Tanzania
John Yuda 14
John Nada Saya 32
Julius Gidabuday 74
Musa Ninga 79
(Daniel Gidombada) (116)
199
13   Tunisia
Lotfi Turki 25
Rached Amor 66
Ahmed Issaoui 72
Hedi Khalfallah 73
(Mehdi Khelifi) (108)
236
14   France
Samir Benfarès 33
Badre din Zioini 55
Fabrice Chomaud 64
Khalid Zoubaa 97
249
15   Argentina
Javier Carriqueo 43
Oscar Cortínez 47
Fabián Campanini 91
José Mansilla 118
299
16   Belgium
Tom Compernolle 65
Ridouane Es-Saadi 96
Frédéric Desmedt 100
Patrick Grammens 113
(Jürgen Vandewiele) (119)
(Joeri Jansen) (122)
374
17   Netherlands
Jeroen van Dijke 76
Sander Schutgens 95
Maurice van Veldhoven 101
Eelco de Voogt 106
(Ad Verweij) (115)
378
18   Egypt
Ahmed Abd El Mangoud 69
Abd Al-Rasool Ahmed 90
Fouly Salem 105
Mostafa Shalaby 123
387
19   Chile
Raúl Mora 88
Carlos Jaramillo 94
Cristian Hidalgo 103
Jonathan Monje 104
(Sergio López) (DNF)
389
20   India
Vijay Pal 82
Arun D'Souza 93
Kuldeep Kumar 98
Bahadur Singh 128
401
21   Belarus
Aleksandr Busel 112
Viktor Vasilyonok 124
Yevgeniy Yurkevich 127
Aleksandr Voran 138
501
22   Tajikistan
Sergey Zabavskiy 121
Bakhodur Boimuradov 129
Gairat Nigmatov 134
Djamched Rasulov 136
(Nozimjon Irmatov) (140)
(Salimjon Ortykov) (151)
520
23   Uzbekistan
Ivan Kibiryov 109
Uldar Nuraliev 132
Albert Shamsiyev 135
Yevgeniy Nujdin 156
532
24   Lebanon
Mohamad Ayache 120
Mahmoud Ayach 133
Ahmad El Darkouchi 137
Jacques Diab 145
535
25   Turkmenistan
Kemal Tuvakuliyev 141
Serdar Gandymov 144
Nazar Begliyev 148
Sergey Yakovlev 149
582
26   Gibraltar
Richard Muscat 142
Liam Byrne 146
Lee Calderon 153
Louis Chichon 154
(James Parody) (155)
595
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

An unofficial count yields the participation of 157 athletes from 47 countries in the Men's short race. The announced athletes from   Burundi and   Somalia did not show.[6][7]

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. ^ Wallace-Jones, Sean (March 24, 2001), Enock Koech gives Kenya second Gold of the Championships, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.1km CC Men - Ostend Wellington Hippodrome Date: Sunday, March 24, 2001, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 28, 2013{{citation}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
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  7. ^ a b Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Short Race - men, IAAF, March 24, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013
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  9. ^ Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Short Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, March 24, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013
  10. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 28, 2013
  11. ^ 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