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

The Women's short race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Hippodrome Wellington in Ostend (Oostende), Belgium, on March 25, 2001. Reports of the event were given in The New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3] and for the IAAF.[4]

Women's short race at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition29th
DateMarch 25
Host cityOstend, West Flanders, Belgium Belgium
VenueHippodrome Wellington
Events6
Distances4.1 km – Women's short
Participation114 athletes from
34 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

Women's short race (4.1 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Gete Wami   Ethiopia 14:46
  Paula Radcliffe   United Kingdom 14:47
  Edith Masai   Kenya 14:57
4 Merima Denboba   Ethiopia 15:04
5 Worknesh Kidane   Ethiopia 15:06
6 Benita Willis   Australia 15:06
7 Carla Sacramento   Portugal 15:07
8 Rose Cheruiyot   Kenya 15:07
9 Asmae Leghzaoui   Morocco 15:08
10 Margaret Ngotho   Kenya 15:20
11 Naomi Mugo   Kenya 15:24
12 Kathy Butler   United Kingdom 15:25
13 Elena Fidatof   Romania 15:25
14 Anastasiya Zubova   Russia 15:31
15 Iulia Olteanu   Romania 15:32
16 Genet Gebregiorgis   Ethiopia 15:33
17 Sabina Fischer    Switzerland 15:36
18 Ayelech Worku   Ethiopia 15:36
19 Anna Ndege   Tanzania 15:37
20 Anne Keenan-Buckley   Ireland 15:37
21 Malika Asahssah   Morocco 15:38
22 Maria McCambridge   Ireland 15:42
23 Cristina Grosu   Romania 15:42
24 Restituta Joseph   Tanzania 15:43
25 Fatiha Baouf   Belgium 15:44
26 Olga Romanova   Russia 15:45
27 Mihaela Botezan   Romania 15:50
28 Tina Connelly   Canada 15:53
29 Zhor El Kamch   Morocco 15:54
30 René Kalmer   South Africa 15:55
31 Una English   Ireland 15:55
32 Amanda Parkinson   United Kingdom 15:56
33 Constantina Diţă   Romania 15:58
34 Salome Chepchumba   Kenya 15:59
35 Helen Pattinson   United Kingdom 15:59
36 Sonja Stolić   FR Yugoslavia 16:01
37 Cristina Casandra   Romania 16:04
38 Elva Dryer   United States 16:05
39 Sigrid van den Bempt   Belgium 16:06
40 María Paredes   Ecuador 16:06
41 Hana Chaouach   Tunisia 16:08
42 Marta Domínguez   Spain 16:09
43 Judit Plá   Spain 16:10
44 Pamela Anisumuk   Kenya 16:11
45 Adélia Elias   Portugal 16:12
46 Leah Pells   Canada 16:12
47 Lisa Karnopp Nye   United States 16:13
48 Sarah Schwald   United States 16:13
49 Ana Oliveira   Portugal 16:16
50 Seloua Ouaziz   Morocco 16:18
51 Robyn Meagher   Canada 16:18
52 Samukeliso Moyo   Zimbabwe 16:19
53 Tausi Juma   Tanzania 16:20
54 Rosa Morató   Spain 16:20
55 Kristin Ihle   United States 16:21
56 Fátima Cabral   Portugal 16:24
57 Jéssica Augusto   Portugal 16:25
58 Ednalva da Silva   Brazil 16:26
59 Cheri Kenah   United States 16:26
60 Jacqueline Martín   Spain 16:28
61 Hareg Sidelil   Ethiopia 16:29
62 Hawa Hamis Hussein   Tanzania 16:31
63 Banuelia Mrashani   Tanzania 16:32
64 Liliya Volkova   Russia 16:33
65 Stefanija Statkuvienė   Belgium 16:34
66 Collette Liss   United States 16:37
67 Maryna Dubrova   Ukraine 16:38
68 Mariya Pantyukhova   Russia 16:40
69 Carmen Douma   Canada 16:41
70 Anna Kotenkova   Belarus 16:42
71 Juliet Potter   United Kingdom 16:43
72 Yumiko Okamoto   Japan 16:44
73 Ouafa Frekech   Morocco 16:47
74 Kim Offergeld   Belgium 16:49
75 Lwiza John   Tanzania 16:51
76 Patricia Arribas   Spain 16:53
77 Fatma Lanouar   Tunisia 16:58
78 Jenny Brown   United Kingdom 16:59
79 Freda Davoren   Ireland 17:01
80 Silvia Paredes   Ecuador 17:03
81 Nathalie Deroubaix   Belgium 17:03
82 Marlene Acuña   Ecuador 17:07
83 Sara Palmas   Italy 17:12
84 Madhuri Saxena   India 17:13
85 Lurdes Vaz   Portugal 17:16
86 Célia dos Santos   Brazil 17:20
87 Corinne Debaets   Belgium 17:20
88 Yvonne van der Kolk   Netherlands 17:21
89 Tracy Robertson   Canada 17:24
90 Tania Poma   Bolivia 17:26
91 Ana de Souza   Brazil 17:45
92 Kary Tripp   Mexico 17:46
93 Narcisa Calderón   Ecuador 17:52
94 Guylsara Dadabayeva   Tajikistan 17:54
95 Madhuri Gurnule   India 17:59
96 Platima Bhandari   India 18:08
97 Krystina Kirova   Belarus 18:10
98 Tatyana Tratsyuk   Belarus 18:13
99 Natalya Ilyashuk   Belarus 18:16
100 Yuliya Arfipova   Uzbekistan 18:18
101 Renuka Hegde   India 18:29
102 Sindi Hlawe   Eswatini 18:32
103 Jocinalva Valentim   Brazil 18:45
104 Wilma Guerra   Ecuador 19:01
105 Zamira Amirova   Uzbekistan 19:08
106 Diala El-Chabi   Lebanon 19:10
107 Kamilla Ramazanova   Uzbekistan 19:34
108 Mirvette Hamze   Lebanon 19:40
109 Nargiza Tohtanazarova   Uzbekistan 19:53
110 Alena Petrova   Turkmenistan 21:01
111 Rozaliya Zilyayeva   Turkmenistan 21:21
112 Yevgeniya Balabkina   Turkmenistan 21:54
113 Lyudmila Polatova   Turkmenistan 22:09
Sonia O'Sullivan   Ireland DNF
Sandra Baumann   Austria DNS
Krestena Sullivan   Canada DNS
María Cristina Petite   Spain DNS
Olivera Jevtić   FR Yugoslavia DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Ethiopia
Gete Wami 1
Merima Denboba 4
Worknesh Kidane 5
Genet Gebregiorgis 16
(Ayelech Worku) (18)
(Hareg Sidelil) (61)
26
    Kenya
Edith Masai 3
Rose Cheruiyot 8
Margaret Ngotho 10
Naomi Mugo 11
(Salome Chepchumba) (34)
(Pamela Anisumuk) (44)
32
    Romania
Elena Fidatof 13
Iulia Olteanu 15
Cristina Grosu 23
Mihaela Botezan 27
(Constantina Diţă) (33)
(Cristina Casandra) (37)
78
4   United Kingdom
Paula Radcliffe 2
Kathy Butler 12
Amanda Parkinson 32
Helen Pattinson 35
(Juliet Potter) (71)
(Jenny Brown) (78)
81
5   Morocco
Asmae Leghzaoui 9
Malika Asahssah 21
Zhor El Kamch 29
Seloua Ouaziz 50
(Ouafa Frekech) (73)
109
6   Ireland
Anne Keenan-Buckley 20
Maria McCambridge 22
Una English 31
Freda Davoren 79
(Sonia O'Sullivan) (DNF)
152
7   Portugal
Carla Sacramento 7
Adélia Elias 45
Ana Oliveira 49
Fátima Cabral 56
(Jéssica Augusto) (57)
(Lurdes Vaz) (85)
157
8   Tanzania
Anna Ndege 19
Restituta Joseph 24
Tausi Juma 53
Hawa Hamis Hussein 62
(Banuelia Mrashani) (63)
(Lwiza John) (75)
158
9   Russia
Anastasiya Zubova 14
Olga Romanova 26
Liliya Volkova 64
Mariya Pantyukhova 68
172
10   United States
Elva Dryer 38
Lisa Karnopp Nye 47
Sarah Schwald 48
Kristin Ihle 55
(Cheri Kenah) (59)
(Collette Liss) (66)
188
11   Canada
Tina Connelly 28
Leah Pells 46
Robyn Meagher 51
Carmen Douma 69
(Tracy Robertson) (89)
194
12   Spain
Marta Domínguez 42
Judit Plá 43
Rosa Morató 54
Jacqueline Martín 60
(Patricia Arribas) (76)
199
13   Belgium
Fatiha Baouf 25
Sigrid van den Bempt 39
Stefanija Statkuvienė 65
Kim Offergeld 74
(Nathalie Deroubaix) (81)
(Corinne Debaets) (87)
203
14   Ecuador
María Paredes 40
Silvia Paredes 80
Marlene Acuña 82
Narcisa Calderón 93
(Wilma Guerra) (104)
295
15   Brazil
Ednalva da Silva 58
Célia dos Santos 86
Ana de Souza 91
Jocinalva Valentim 103
338
16   Belarus
Anna Kotenkova 70
Krystina Kirova 97
Tatyana Tratsyuk 98
Natalya Ilyashuk 99
364
17   India
Madhuri Saxena 84
Madhuri Gurnule 95
Platima Bhandari 96
Renuka Hegde 101
376
18   Uzbekistan
Yuliya Arfipova 100
Zamira Amirova 105
Kamilla Ramazanova 107
Nargiza Tohtanazarova 109
421
19   Turkmenistan
Alena Petrova 110
Rozaliya Zilyayeva 111
Yevgeniya Balabkina 112
Lyudmila Polatova 113
446
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

An unofficial count yields the participation of 114 athletes from 34 countries in the Women's short race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[11] The announced athlete from   Austria 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. ^ Downes, Steven (March 25, 2001), Wami wins third cross country title, IAAF, retrieved October 28, 2013
  5. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (February 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.1km CC Women - Ostend Wellington Hippodrome Date: Sunday, March 25, 2001, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 28, 2013CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  6. ^ a b Official Results - CROSS SHORT RACE Women - Sunday, March 25, 2001, IAAF, March 25, 2001, archived from the original on 2013-11-01, retrieved October 28, 2013
  7. ^ a b Results - IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Oostende, BELGIUM 24 MAR 2001 - 25 MAR 2001 - Short Race - women, IAAF, March 25, 2001, retrieved October 28, 2013
  8. ^ Official Results - CROSS SHORT RACE Women - Team - Sunday, March 25, 2001, IAAF, March 25, 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 - Short Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 25, 2001, 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