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2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Senior women's race

The Senior women's race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Leopardstown Racecourse near Dublin, Ireland, on March 23, 2002. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times,[1][2] in the Herald,[3][4] and for the IAAF.[5]

Senior women's race at the 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition30th
DateMarch 23
Host cityDublin, Leinster, Ireland Republic of Ireland
LocationLeopardstown Racecourse
Nations participating21
Athletes participating83
Races1
Distances7.974 km – Senior women

Complete results for individuals,[6][7][8] for senior women's teams,[6][9][10] medallists,[11] and the results of British athletes who took part[12] were published.

Contents

Race resultsEdit

Senior women's race (7.974 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Paula Radcliffe   United Kingdom 26:55
  Deena Drossin   United States 27:04
  Colleen de Reuck   United States 27:17
4 Miwako Yamanaka   Japan 27:19
5 Eyerusalem Kuma   Ethiopia 27:19
6 Merima Denboba   Ethiopia 27:21
7 Leila Aman   Ethiopia 27:25
8 Rose Cheruiyot   Kenya 27:28
9 Pamela Chepchumba   Kenya 27:30
10 Teyiba Erkesso   Ethiopia 27:32
11 Leah Malot   Kenya 27:35
12 Jen Rhines   United States 27:43
13 Ayelech Worku   Ethiopia 27:50
14 Jane Omoro   Kenya 27:52
15 Kayoko Fukushi   Japan 27:53
16 Jepkorir Ayabei   Kenya 27:58
17 Rosanna Martin   Italy 27:59
18 Liz Yelling   United Kingdom 28:07
19 Helena Sampaio   Portugal 28:08
20 Kathy Butler   United Kingdom 28:12
21 Yoshiko Fujinaga   Japan 28:15
22 Anália Rosa   Portugal 28:16
23 Milena Glusac   United States 28:18
24 Maria Luisa Lárraga   Spain 28:21
25 Ana Dias   Portugal 28:24
26 Analídia Torre   Portugal 28:24
27 Beatriz Santíago   Spain 28:26
28 Elva Dryer   United States 28:27
29 Rodica Moroianu   France 28:30
30 Atalelech Ketema   Ethiopia 28:33
31 Amy Rudolph   United States 28:37
32 Carmen Oliveras   France 28:41
33 Inês Monteiro   Portugal 28:42
34 María Abel   Spain 28:43
35 Alessandra Aguilar   Spain 28:43
36 Kazue Ogoshi   Japan 28:43
37 Nebiat Habtemariam   Eritrea 28:47
38 Rosita Rota Gelpi   Italy 28:51
39 Anja Smolders   Belgium 28:53
40 Fatima Hajjami   France 28:56
41 Rocío Ríos   Spain 28:57
42 Hayley Yelling   United Kingdom 29:00
43 Monica Wangari   Kenya 29:00
44 Fatima Yvelain   France 29:00
45 Marie McMahon   Ireland 29:07
46 Angela Mudge   United Kingdom 29:07
47 Lisa Harvey   Canada 29:08
48 Elodie Olivares   France 29:15
49 Charné Rademeyer   South Africa 29:18
50 Teresa Recio   Spain 29:19
51 Natalya Berkut   Ukraine 29:21
52 Kim Smith   New Zealand 29:24
53 Stephanie de Croock   Belgium 29:27
54 Nives Curti   Italy 29:28
55 Marina Bastos   Portugal 29:32
56 Patrizia Tisi   Italy 29:35
57 Sarah Dupré   Canada 29:36
58 Orla O'Mahoney   Ireland 29:42
59 Jenny Brown   United Kingdom 29:52
60 Veerle van Linden   Belgium 29:52
61 Alison Rendell   Canada 29:58
62 América Mateos   Mexico 30:02
63 Pauline Curley   Ireland 30:04
64 Cathérine Lallemand   Belgium 30:15
65 Monia Capelli   Italy 30:21
66 Barbara Brych   Canada 30:32
67 Hannah Lawrence   New Zealand 30:42
68 Teresa Duffy   Ireland 31:02
69 Corinne Debaets   Belgium 31:18
70 Michaela McClure   Canada 31:21
71 Geraldine Hendricken   Ireland 31:40
72 Irina Matrosova   Uzbekistan 31:48
73 Margareth Iro   Tanzania 32:08
74 Margaret Danagher   Ireland 32:25
75 Priscilla Mamba   Eswatini 33:03
76 Yuliya Arfipova   Uzbekistan 33:18
77 Zamira Amirova   Uzbekistan 33:56
78 Kanchanamala Udagedara   Sri Lanka 33:59
79 Daulgoda Inoka   Sri Lanka 33:59
80 Yekaterina Dirova   Uzbekistan 34:23
81 Malika Chandrakanthi   Sri Lanka 34:48
Zahia Dahmani   France DNF
Suzanne Binne   Canada DNF
Sandra Baumann   Austria DNS
Anesie Kwizera   Burundi DNS
Gulsara Dadabaeva   Tajikistan DNS
Taussi Juma   Tanzania DNS
Banuelia Katesigwa   Tanzania DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Ethiopia
Eyerusalem Kuma 5
Merima Denboba 6
Leila Aman 7
Teyiba Erkesso 10
(Ayelech Worku) (n/s)
(Atalelech Ketema) (n/s)
28
    United States
Deena Drossin 2
Colleen de Reuck 3
Jen Rhines 12
Milena Glusac 21
(Elva Dryer) (n/s)
(Amy Rudolph) (n/s)
38
    Kenya
Rose Cheruiyot 8
Pamela Chepchumba 9
Leah Malot 11
Jane Omoro 13
(Jepkorir Ayabei) (n/s)
(Monica Wangari) (n/s)
41
4   Japan
Miwako Yamanaka 4
Kayoko Fukushi 14
Yoshiko Fujinaga 19
Kazue Ogoshi 30
67
5   United Kingdom
Paula Radcliffe 1
Liz Yelling 16
Kathy Butler 18
Hayley Yelling 34
(Angela Mudge) (n/s)
(Jenny Brown) (n/s)
69
6   Portugal
Helena Sampaio 17
Anália Rosa 20
Ana Dias 23
Analídia Torre 24
(Inês Monteiro) (n/s)
(Marina Bastos) (n/s)
84
7   Spain
Maria Luisa Lárraga 22
Beatriz Santíago 25
María Abel 28
Alessandra Aguilar 29
(Rocío Ríos) (n/s)
(Teresa Recio) (n/s)
104
8   France
Rodica Moroianu 26
Carmen Oliveras 27
Fatima Hajjami 33
Fatima Yvelain 35
(Elodie Olivares) (n/s)
(Zahia Dahmani) (DNF)
121
9   Italy
Rosanna Martin 15
Rosita Rota Gelpi 31
Nives Curti 39
Patrizia Tisi 40
(Monia Capelli) (n/s)
125
10   Belgium
Anja Smolders 32
Stephanie de Croock 38
Veerle van Linden 43
Cathérine Lallemand 46
(Corinne Debaets) (n/s)
159
11   Canada
Lisa Harvey 37
Sarah Dupré 41
Alison Rendell 44
Barbara Brych 47
(Michaela McClure) (n/s)
(Suzanne Binne) (DNF)
169
12   Ireland
Marie McMahon 36
Orla O'Mahoney 42
Pauline Curley 45
Teresa Duffy 48
(Geraldine Hendricken) (n/s)
(Margaret Danagher) (n/s)
171
13   Uzbekistan
Irina Matrosova 49
Yuliya Arfipova 50
Zamira Amirova 51
Yekaterina Dirova 52
202
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result (n/s: nonscorer)

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 83 athletes from 21 countries participated in the Senior women's race. The announced athletes from   Austria,   Burundi, and   Tajikistan did not show.[7][8]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ PLUS: RUNNING; Briton Holds Off U.S. Challenge, New York Times, March 24, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013
  2. ^ Clarey, Christopher (March 25, 2002), TRACK AND FIELD : A gold sweep for Ethiopian 'in a class of his own', New York Times, retrieved October 30, 2013
  3. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 25, 2001), Radcliffe completes the double - Briton successfully defends world cross-country title, Herald, retrieved October 30, 2013
  4. ^ Gillon, Doug (March 25, 2001), Title joy second time around for youngster Bikele, Herald, retrieved October 30, 2013
  5. ^ Wallace-Jones, Sean (March 23, 2001), Radcliffe runs away with 2nd World Cross gold, USA take silver and bronze, IAAF, retrieved October 30, 2013
  6. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Women - Dublin Leopardstown Date: Saturday, March 23, 2002, Athchamps (archived), Archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 30, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  7. ^ a b Official Results - CROSS LONG RACE Women - Saturday, March 23, 2002, IAAF, March 23, 2002, archived from the original on November 1, 2013, retrieved October 30, 2013
  8. ^ a b Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Long Race - women, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013
  9. ^ Official Results - CROSS LONG RACE Women - Team - Saturday, March 23, 2002, IAAF, March 23, 2002, archived from the original on November 1, 2013, retrieved October 30, 2013
  10. ^ Results - 30th IAAF/Sport Ireland World Cross Country Championships - Dublin, IRELAND 23 MAR 2002 - 24 MAR 2002 - Long Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 23, 2002, retrieved October 30, 2013
  11. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 30, 2013
  12. ^ 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 30, 2013