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

The Senior 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 of the event were given in The New York Times,[1] and for the IAAF.[2]

Senior women's race at the 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition32nd
DateMarch 20
Host cityBrussels, Belgium Belgium
VenueOssegem Park
Events1
Distances8 km – Senior women
Participation97 athletes from
30 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

Senior women's race (8 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Benita Johnson   Australia 27:17
  Ejagayehu Dibaba   Ethiopia 27:29
  Worknesh Kidane   Ethiopia 27:34
4 Alice Timbilil   Kenya 27:36
5 Teyiba Erkesso   Ethiopia 27:43
6 Lornah Kiplagat   Netherlands 27:56
7 Eunice Chepkorir   Kenya 27:59
8 Émilie Mondor   Canada 28:01
9 Fridah Domongole   Kenya 28:03
10 Sally Barsosio   Kenya 28:08
11 Kathy Butler   United Kingdom 28:13
12 Olivera Jevtić   Serbia and Montenegro 28:18
13 Liz Yelling   United Kingdom 28:25
14 Margaret Maury   France 28:29
15 Kate O'Neill   United States 28:37
16 Derartu Tulu   Ethiopia 28:39
17 Hayley McGregor   Australia 28:41
18 Patrizia Tisi   Italy 28:45
19 Zahia Dahmani   France 28:46
20 Jane Ngotho   Kenya 28:47
21 Helena Sampaio   Portugal 28:48
22 Louise Damen   United Kingdom 28:48
23 Suzanne Ritter   Germany 28:53
24 Rkia Chébili   France 28:56
25 Kathy Newberry   United States 28:56
26 Anna Thompson   Australia 28:57
27 Katie McGregor   United States 28:57
28 Natalie Harvey   United Kingdom 28:58
29 Hayley Yelling   United Kingdom 29:00
30 Catherina McKiernan   Ireland 29:04
31 Ann Marie Schwabe   United States 29:05
32 Rebecca Stallwood   Canada 29:06
33 Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel   France 29:07
34 Irene Kipchumba   Kenya 29:09
35 Christelle Daunay   France 29:15
36 Justyna Bąk   Poland 29:20
37 Yoshiko Ichikawa   Japan 29:20
38 Laura O'Neill   United States 29:27
39 Josephine Deemay   Tanzania 29:31
40 Anália Rosa   Portugal 29:38
41 Nadia Al-Jaffaini   Bahrain 29:38
42 Mounia Aboulahcen   Belgium 29:40
43 Eyerusalem Kuma   Ethiopia 29:41
44 Teresa Recio   Spain 29:46
45 Malika Asahssah   Morocco 29:48
46 Nebiat Habtemariam   Eritrea 29:51
47 Alessandra Aguilar   Spain 29:52
48 Rosemary Ryan   Ireland 29:53
49 Ana Dias   Portugal 29:59
50 Fatima Yvelain   France 30:00
51 Kenza Wahbi   Morocco 30:01
52 Yumi Sato   Japan 30:02
53 Miho Notagashira   Japan 30:05
54 Judit Plá   Spain 30:06
55 Georgie Clarke   Australia 30:07
56 Anja Smolders   Belgium 30:08
57 Mónica Rosa   Portugal 30:08
58 Maria Zambrano   Canada 30:09
59 Alemtsehay Hailu   Ethiopia 30:12
60 Olga Machado   Portugal 30:13
61 Amaia Piedra   Spain 30:16
62 Kim Offergeld   Belgium 30:17
63 Kristina Rody   Canada 30:17
64 Kazue Ogoshi   Japan 30:20
65 Hafida Izem   Morocco 30:23
66 Elisabete Lopes   Portugal 30:26
67 Antje Looper   Netherlands 30:26
68 Stephanie de Croock   Belgium 30:27
69 Pauline Curley   Ireland 30:27
70 Stephanie Mills   Canada 30:28
71 Jolene Byrne   Ireland 30:31
72 Silvia Montane   Spain 30:40
73 Lisa Labrecque   Canada 30:42
74 Faith Kamangila   Zimbabwe 30:43
75 Fionnuala Britton   Ireland 30:43
76 Corinne Debaets   Belgium 30:49
77 Drissia Nadym   Morocco 30:52
78 Beatriz Ros   Spain 30:55
79 Molly Austin   United States 31:00
80 Sylvie Verthé   Belgium 31:11
81 Restituta Joseph   Tanzania 31:27
82 Emeliana Joseph   Tanzania 31:43
83 Niamh O'Sullivan   Ireland 31:48
84 Kylie Risk   Australia 32:04
85 Maria Moraes   Brazil 32:13
86 Rosa Apaza   Bolivia 32:19
87 Zenaida Maldonado   Puerto Rico 32:54
88 Elsa Monterroso   Guatemala 33:21
89 Olesia Orlova   Kyrgyzstan 33:23
90 María Díaz   Puerto Rico 33:42
91 Regina Rendazza   U.S. Virgin Islands 33:49
92 Veronika Kirgizbayeva   Uzbekistan 35:37
93 Lisha Hamilton   U.S. Virgin Islands 35:42
94 Ruth David   U.S. Virgin Islands 38:12
95 Rachel Witty   U.S. Virgin Islands 38:24
96 Anna Motorina   Turkmenistan 40:06
Soud Kanbouchia   Morocco DNF
Hisae Yoshimatsu   Japan DNS
Catherine Chikwakwa   Malawi DNS
Hawa Hussein   Tanzania DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Ethiopia
Ejagayehu Dibaba 2
Worknesh Kidane 3
Teyiba Erkesso 5
Derartu Tulu 16
(Eyerusalem Kuma) (43)
(Alemtsehay Hailu) (59)
26
    Kenya
Alice Timbilil 4
Eunice Chepkorir 7
Fridah Domongole 9
Sally Barsosio 10
(Jane Ngotho) (20)
(Irene Kipchumba) (34)
30
    United Kingdom
Kathy Butler 11
Liz Yelling 13
Louise Damen 22
Natalie Harvey 28
(Hayley Yelling) (29)
74
4   France
Margaret Maury 14
Zahia Dahmani 19
Rkia Chébili 24
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel 33
(Christelle Daunay) (35)
(Fatima Yvelain) (50)
90
5   United States
Kate O'Neill 15
Kathy Newberry 25
Katie McGregor 27
Ann Marie Schwabe 31
(Laura O'Neill) (38)
(Molly Austin) (79)
98
6   Australia
Benita Johnson 1
Hayley McGregor 17
Anna Thompson 26
Georgie Clarke 55
(Kylie Risk) (84)
99
7   Canada
Émilie Mondor 8
Rebecca Stallwood 32
Maria Zambrano 58
Kristina Rody 63
(Stephanie Mills) (70)
(Lisa Labrecque) (73)
161
8   Portugal
Helena Sampaio 21
Anália Rosa 40
Ana Dias 49
Mónica Rosa 57
(Olga Machado) (60)
(Elisabete Lopes) (66)
167
9   Spain
Teresa Recio 44
Alessandra Aguilar 47
Judit Plá 54
Amaia Piedra 61
(Silvia Montane) (72)
(Beatriz Ros) (78)
206
10   Japan
Yoshiko Ichikawa 37
Yumi Sato 52
Miho Notagashira 53
Kazue Ogoshi 64
206
11   Ireland
Catherina McKiernan 30
Rosemary Ryan 48
Pauline Curley 69
Jolene Byrne 71
(Fionnuala Britton) (75)
(Niamh O'Sullivan) (83)
218
12   Belgium
Mounia Aboulahcen 42
Anja Smolders 56
Kim Offergeld 62
Stephanie de Croock 68
(Corinne Debaets) (76)
(Sylvie Verthé) (80)
228
13   Morocco
Malika Asahssah 45
Kenza Wahbi 51
Hafida Izem 65
Drissia Nadym 77
(Soud Kanbouchia) (DNF)
238
14   U.S. Virgin Islands
Regina Rendazza 91
Lisha Hamilton 93
Ruth David 94
Rachel Witty 95
373
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 97 athletes from 30 countries participated in the Senior women's race. The announced athlete from   Malawi 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. ^ Johnson drowns out Ethiopian anthem - Women's Long Course race, IAAF, March 20, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  3. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (July 4, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 8.0km CC Women - Bruxelles Ossegem Park Date: Saturday, March 20, 2004, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved November 1, 2013{{citation}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
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  5. ^ a b Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Long Race - women, IAAF, March 20, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  6. ^ Official Team Results Long Race - W, IAAF, March 20, 2004, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 1, 2013
  7. ^ Results - 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Bruxelles, BELGIUM 20 MAR 2004 - 21 MAR 2004 - Long Race - women - Final - Team, IAAF, March 20, 2004, retrieved November 1, 2013
  8. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2013
  9. ^ 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