2005 European Cross Country Championships

The 12th European Cross Country Championships were held at Tilburg in Netherlands on 11 December 2005. Serhiy Lebid won the men's competition for the sixth time and Lornah Kiplagat won the women's race.

2005 European Cross Country Championships
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OrganisersEAA
Edition12th
Date11 December
Host cityTilburg, Netherlands
Events4
Distances9.84 km – Men
6.5 km – Women
6.5 km – Junior men
4.83 km – Junior women

ResultsEdit

Men individual 9.84 kmEdit

Pos. Runners Time
    Serhiy Lebid 27:09
    Alberto García 27:21
    Driss Maazouzi 27:26
4.   Bouabdellah Tahri 27:27
5.   Günther Weidlinger 27:28
6.   Mokhtar Benhari 27:35
7.   Tom Van Hooste 27:36
8.   Khalid Zoubaa 27:36
9.   Juan Carlos de la Ossa 27:36
10.   José Ríos 27:37
11.   Fernando Silva 27:39
12.   Gary Murray 27:41

Total 90 competitors

Men teamsEdit

Pos. Team Points
    France
Driss Maazouzi
Bouabdellah Tahri
Mokhtar Benhari
Khalid Zoubaa
20
    Spain
Alberto García
Juan Carlos de la Ossa
José Ríos
Iván Galán
64
    Ukraine
Serhiy Lebid
Leonid Rybak
Jevgeni Bozhko
Juri Hitshun
70
4.   Italy 75
5.   Portugal 94
6.   Russia 124
7.   United Kingdom 129
8.   Ireland 139

Total 15 teams

Women individual 6.5 kmEdit

Pos. Runners Time
    Lornah Kiplagat 19:55
    Sabrina Mockenhaupt 20:00
    Johanna Nilsson 20:01
4.   Olivera Jevtić 20:04
5.   Anikó Kálovics 20:15
6.   Hayley Yelling 20:16
7.   Inga Abitova 20:16
8.   Liz Yelling 20:17
9.   Rosa Morató 20:18
10.   Mariya Konovalova 20:18
11.   Mary Cullen 20:22
12.   Veerle Dejaeghere 20:24

Total 74 competitors

Women teamsEdit

Pos. Team Points
    Russia
Inga Abitova
Mariya Konovalova
Lidiya Grigoryeva
Liliya Shobukhova
52
    United Kingdom
Hayley Yelling
Liz Yelling
Kate Reed
Natalie Harvey
54
    France
Latifa Essarokh
Yamna Oubouhou
Maria Martins
Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel
73
4.   Portugal 87
5.   Ireland 106
6.   Netherlands 109
7.   Germany 126
8.   Belgium 157

Total 11 teams

Junior men individual 6.5 kmEdit

Pos. Runners Time
    Barnabás Bene 18:41
    Andrew Vernon 18:42
    Dušan Markešević 18:42
4.   Ciprian Suhanea 18:50
5.   Mohamed el Bendir 18:50
6.   Stefan Patru 18:52
7.   Siarhei Chabiarak 18:53
8.   Arkadiusz Gardzielewski 18:54

Total 102 competitors

Junior men teamsEdit

Pos. Team Points
    Poland
Kamil Murzyn
Marcin Chabowski
Arkadiusz Gardzielewski
Lukasz Skoczynski
60
    United Kingdom 61
    Romania 80
4.   Italy 94
5.   Spain 111
6.   Portugal 135
7.   Russia 144
8.   Turkey 145

Total 17 teams

Junior women individual 4.83 kmEdit

Pos. Runners Time
    Ancuţa Bobocel 15:23
    Emily Pidgeon 15:25
    Susan Kuijken 15.33
4.   Linda Byrne 15:39
5.   Galina Maksimova 15:40
6.   Morag Maclarty 15:42
7.   Stephanie Twell 15:45
8.   Yulija Ivanova 15:47

Total 82 competitors

Junior women teamsEdit

Pos. Team Points
    United Kingdom
Emily Pidgeon
Morag Maclarty
Stephanie Twell
Sian Edwards
33
    Romania 48
    Russia 56
4.   Belgium 114
5.   Ireland 119
6.   Turkey 142
7.   Spain 147
8.   Germany 156

Total 13 teams

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Coordinates: 51°32′56″N 5°06′25″E / 51.54889°N 5.10694°E / 51.54889; 5.10694