2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior women's race

The Junior women's race at the 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Ossegem Park in Brussels, Belgium, on March 20, 2004. Reports on the event were given in The New York Times,[1] and for the IAAF.[2]

Junior women's race at the 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition32nd
DateMarch 20
Host cityBrussels, Belgium Belgium
VenueOssegem Park
Events1
Distances6 km – Junior women
Participation115 athletes from
35 nations

Complete results for individuals,[3][4][5] for teams,[3][6][7] medallists,[8] and the results of British athletes who took part[9] were published.

Race resultsEdit

Junior women's race (6 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Meselech Melkamu   Ethiopia 20:48
  Aziza Aliyu   Ethiopia 20:53
  Mestawat Tadesse   Ethiopia 20:56
4 Workitu Ayanu   Ethiopia 20:59
5 Chemutai Rionotukei   Kenya 21:04
6 Jebichi Yator   Kenya 21:05
7 Yenealem Ayano   Ethiopia 21:05
8 Bao Guiying   China 21:05
9 Gladys Chemweno   Kenya 21:13
10 Hitomi Miyai   Japan 21:15
11 Yuko Nohara   Japan 21:19
12 Siham Hilali   Morocco 21:31
13 Farida Makula   Tanzania 21:32
14 Zhu Yanmei   China 21:38
15 Hirut Mengestu   Ethiopia 21:39
16 Everline Kemunto Kimwei   Kenya 21:41
17 Emmy Chepkirui   Kenya 21:42
18 Nelly Chepkurui   Kenya 21:44
19 Hitomi Niiya   Japan 21:47
20 Sophie James   France 21:47
21 Marta Romo   Spain 21:52
22 Safa Aissaoui   Tunisia 21:56
23 Olga Minina   Belarus 21:57
24 Amber Harper   United States 21:58
25 Angeline Nyiransabimana   Rwanda 21:58
26 Carrie Hawitt   United Kingdom 22:00
27 Kei Terada   Japan 22:02
28 Christine Kalmer   South Africa 22:06
29 Tomoka Inadomi   Japan 22:07
30 Alison Costello   United States 22:10
31 Amanda Trotter   United States 22:11
32 Viktoriya Kharitonova   Russia 22:12
33 Misaki Katsumata   Japan 22:16
34 Viktoriya Ivanova   Russia 22:19
35 Jennifer Barringer   United States 22:19
36 Kathleen Trotter   United States 22:20
37 Nicolene Van Rooyen   South Africa 22:24
38 Hilarie Dusabimana   Rwanda 22:28
39 Binnaz Uslu   Turkey 22:37
40 Lucia Chandamale   Malawi 22:39
41 Olga Miroshnichenko   Russia 22:39
42 Danette Doetzel   Canada 22:40
43 Michelle Lynn Childs   Canada 22:41
44 Sarah Morgan   New Zealand 22:43
45 Lamberte Nyabamikazi   Rwanda 22:51
46 Laurane Picoche   France 22:52
47 Hélène Guet   France 22:53
48 Jiang Chengcheng   China 22:54
49 Azra Eminovic   Serbia and Montenegro 22:55
50 Virginia Riverol   Mexico 22:57
51 Pauline Niyongere   Burundi 22:57
52 Maricia Krige   South Africa 22:58
53 Galina Maksimova   Russia 22:59
54 Linda Byrne   Ireland 22:59
55 Svetlana Starikova   Russia 23:00
56 Rosie Smith   United Kingdom 23:00
57 Manel Jammali   Tunisia 23:00
58 Laila Daoud   Morocco 23:03
59 Biljana Jovic   Serbia and Montenegro 23:04
60 Asmae Ghizlane   Morocco 23:04
61 Victoria Webster   United Kingdom 23:04
62 Brittany Brockman   United States 23:04
63 Holly van Gestel   Canada 23:06
64 Maica Rodríguez   Spain 23:08
65 Frances Nic Reamoinn   Ireland 23:09
66 Amal Dafire   Morocco 23:09
67 Halima Rhoulila   Morocco 23:11
68 Este de Jager   South Africa 23:12
69 Danielle Barnes   United Kingdom 23:14
70 Marieken Verhaeghe   Belgium 23:15
71 Susan Kuijken   Netherlands 23:16
72 Teresa Urbina   Spain 23:17
73 Mandy McBean   Canada 23:23
74 Selien de Schryder   Belgium 23:24
75 Tarah McKay   Canada 23:25
76 Tereza Master   Malawi 23:25
77 Christel Arnold   South Africa 23:25
78 Farida Gusi   Tanzania 23:26
79 Elsa Medhanie   Eritrea 23:28
80 Yousra Jemmali   Tunisia 23:28
81 Olga Rezkaya   Belarus 23:29
82 Lesley van Miert   Netherlands 23:32
83 Katrina Wootton   United Kingdom 23:33
84 Ayda Regragui   Morocco 23:33
85 Monica Gutierrez   Spain 23:33
86 Liliani Mendez   Puerto Rico 23:35
87 Naoile Khattou   France 23:38
88 Claire Holme   United Kingdom 23:39
89 Amira Benamor   Tunisia 23:42
90 Estelle Oberson    Switzerland 23:43
91 Michele das Chaças   Brazil 23:48
92 Juliette Benedicto   France 23:49
93 Nuria Puig   Spain 23:53
94 Irina Padabed   Belarus 23:55
95 Lucie Krízová   Czech Republic 24:02
96 Sandrine Niyoyita   Rwanda 24:07
97 Sandra Schenkel   Belgium 24:13
98 Godelive Nyirakimuzanye   Rwanda 24:17
99 Zhang Yingjie   China 24:19
100 Anne Sophie Marechal   Belgium 24:19
101 Katsiaryna Shaban   Belarus 24:21
102 Lieselot Matthys   Belgium 24:22
103 Elena García   Spain 24:23
104 Eunice Tavares   Portugal 24:24
105 Ingrid van Peteghem   Belgium 24:36
106 Beverly Ramos   Puerto Rico 25:02
107 Krishnawori Sintakalan     Nepal 25:03
108 Dana Hastie   New Zealand 25:26
109 Irina Moroz   Uzbekistan 25:38
110 Tamaris Rivera   Puerto Rico 26:28
111 Doraly Román   Puerto Rico 27:47
112 Elnara Kurbanova   Turkmenistan 30:46
Wisam Al-Bekheet   Palestine DNF
Anesie Kwizera   Burundi DNF
Marelise Retief   South Africa DNF
Alyson Kohlmeier   Canada DNS
Ledwin Mushanagwenzi   Zimbabwe DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Ethiopia
Meselech Melkamu 1
Aziza Aliyu 2
Mestawat Tadesse 3
Workitu Ayanu 4
(Yenealem Ayano) (7)
(Hirut Mengestu) (15)
10
    Kenya
Chemutai Rionotukei 5
Jebichi Yator 6
Gladys Chemweno 9
Everline Kemunto Kimwei 16
(Emmy Chepkirui) (17)
(Nelly Chepkurui) (18)
36
    Japan
Hitomi Miyai 10
Yuko Nohara 11
Hitomi Niiya 19
Kei Terada 27
(Tomoka Inadomi) (29)
(Misaki Katsumata) (33)
67
4   United States
Amber Harper 24
Alison Costello 30
Amanda Trotter 31
Jennifer Barringer 35
(Kathleen Trotter) (36)
(Brittany Brockman) (62)
120
5   Russia
Viktoriya Kharitonova 32
Viktoriya Ivanova 34
Olga Miroshnichenko 41
Galina Maksimova 53
(Svetlana Starikova) (55)
160
6   China
Bao Guiying 8
Zhu Yanmei 14
Jiang Chengcheng 48
Zhang Yingjie 99
169
7   South Africa
Christine Kalmer 28
Nicolene Van Rooyen 37
Maricia Krige 52
Este de Jager 68
(Christel Arnold) (77)
(Marelise Retief) (DNF)
185
8   Morocco
Siham Hilali 12
Laila Daoud 58
Asmae Ghizlane 60
Amal Dafire 66
(Halima Rhoulila) (67)
(Ayda Regragui) (84)
196
9   France
Sophie James 20
Laurane Picoche 46
Hélène Guet 47
Naoile Khattou 87
(Juliette Benedicto) (92)
200
10   Rwanda
Angeline Nyiransabimana 25
Hilarie Dusabimana 38
Lamberte Nyabamikazi 45
Sandrine Niyoyita 96
(Godelive Nyirakimuzanye) (98)
204
11   United Kingdom
Carrie Hawitt 26
Rosie Smith 56
Victoria Webster 61
Danielle Barnes 69
(Katrina Wootton) (83)
(Claire Holme) (88)
212
12   Canada
Danette Doetzel 42
Michelle Lynn Childs 43
Holly van Gestel 63
Mandy McBean 73
(Tarah McKay) (75)
221
13   Spain
Marta Romo 21
Maica Rodríguez 64
Teresa Urbina 72
Monica Gutierrez 85
(Nuria Puig) (93)
(Elena García) (103)
242
14   Tunisia
Safa Aissaoui 22
Manel Jammali 57
Yousra Jemmali 80
Amira Benamor 89
248
15   Belarus
Olga Minina 23
Olga Rezkaya 81
Irina Padabed 94
Katsiaryna Shaban 101
299
16   Belgium
Marieken Verhaeghe 70
Selien de Schryder 74
Sandra Schenkel 97
Anne Sophie Marechal 100
(Lieselot Matthys) (102)
(Ingrid van Peteghem) (105)
341
17   Puerto Rico
Liliani Mendez 86
Beverly Ramos 106
Tamaris Rivera 110
Doraly Román 111
413
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 115 athletes from 35 countries participated in the Junior women's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[9] The announced athlete from   Zimbabwe did not show.[4][5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sports Briefing - CROSS-COUNTRY - Ethiopian Sweeps World Titles Again", The New York Times, March 22, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  2. ^ Melkamu leads Ethiopian sweep of medals - Junior Women's race, IAAF, March 20, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  3. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 6.0km CC Women - Bruxelles Ossegem Park Date: Saturday, March 20, 2004, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved November 1, 2013CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  4. ^ a b Junior Race - W Final, IAAF, March 20, 2004, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 1, 2013
  5. ^ a b Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Junior Race - women, IAAF, March 20, 2004, archived from the original on 2013-11-05, retrieved November 1, 2013
  6. ^ Official Team Results Junior Race - W, IAAF, March 20, 2004, archived from the original on November 1, 2013, retrieved November 1, 2013
  7. ^ Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Junior Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 20, 2004, archived from the original on 2013-11-05, retrieved November 1, 2013
  8. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2013
  9. ^ 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 November 1, 2013