2006 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Men's short race

The Men's short race at the 2006 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held at the Umi-no-nakamichi Seaside Park in Fukuoka, Japan, on April 1, 2006. Reports of the event were given in The New York Times,[1] and for the IAAF.[2]

Men's short race at the 2006 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition34th
DateApril 1
Host cityFukuoka, Kyushu, Japan Japan
VenueUmi-no-nakamichi Seaside Park
Events1
Distances4 km – Men's short
Participation128 athletes from
34 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

Men's short race (4 km)Edit

IndividualEdit

Rank Athlete Country Time
  Kenenisa Bekele   Ethiopia 10:54
  Isaac Songok   Kenya 10:55
  Adil Kaouch   Morocco 10:57
4 Benjamin Limo   Kenya 11:00
5 Ali Abdosh   Ethiopia 11:01
6 Adam Goucher   United States 11:02
7 Augustine Choge   Kenya 11:03
8 Edwin Cheruiyot Soi   Kenya 11:06
9 Saif Saeed Shaheen   Qatar 11:08
10 Sultan Khamis Zaman   Qatar 11:08
11 Craig Mottram   Australia 11:10
12 Sileshi Sihine   Ethiopia 11:12
13 Kevin Sullivan   Canada 11:14
14 Hicham Bellani   Morocco 11:15
15 Khalid El Amri   Morocco 11:16
16 Khoudir Aggoune   Algeria 11:17
17 Wilson Busienei   Uganda 11:17
18 Brimin Kipruto   Kenya 11:17
19 Ryan Hall   United States 11:18
20 Yusuf Kibet Biwot   Kenya 11:18
21 Hamid Ezzine   Morocco 11:19
22 Alejandro Suárez   Mexico 11:19
23 Jamal Bilal Salem   Qatar 11:20
24 Musa Amer Obaid   Qatar 11:20
25 Habtai Kifletsion   Eritrea 11:21
26 Amanuel Waldeselassie   Eritrea 11:21
27 Jorge Torres   United States 11:21
28 Daniel Lincoln   United States 11:21
29 Moses Kipsiro   Uganda 11:22
30 Gebre-egziabher Gebremariam   Ethiopia 11:22
31 Juan Carlos Higuero   Spain 11:24
32 Sébastien Cosson   France 11:24
33 Ian Dobson   United States 11:25
34 José Luis Blanco   Spain 11:25
35 Essa Ismail Rashed   Qatar 11:25
36 Tarek Boukensa   Algeria 11:25
37 Carlos García   Spain 11:26
38 Mariano Villarubia   Spain 11:26
39 Abebe Dinkessa   Ethiopia 11:26
40 Mo Farah   United Kingdom 11:27
41 David Galván   Mexico 11:28
42 Martin Dent   Australia 11:28
43 James Kwalia   Qatar 11:29
44 Roberto García   Spain 11:30
45 Teodoro Vega   Mexico 11:30
46 Simon Ayeko   Uganda 11:30
47 Anis Selmouni   Morocco 11:30
48 Zenbaba Yegezu   Ethiopia 11:30
49 Loïc Letellier   France 11:30
50 Benjamin Kiplagat   Uganda 11:31
51 Manuel Damião   Portugal 11:31
52 Rabah Aboud   Algeria 11:32
53 Hais Welday   Eritrea 11:33
54 Ali Saïdi-Sief   Algeria 11:34
55 Gabriele De Nard   Italy 11:34
56 Mark Wharmby   United Kingdom 11:34
57 Luke Watson   United States 11:35
58 Jeremy Roff   Australia 11:35
59 Gian Marco Buttazzo   Italy 11:36
60 Kazuhiro Maeda   Japan 11:36
61 Ryan McKenzie   Canada 11:37
62 Juan Barrios   Mexico 11:37
63 Moussa Barkaoui   France 11:38
64 Ben Siwa   Uganda 11:39
65 Hassan Oubassour   France 11:44
66 Han Gang   China 11:44
67 Makoto Tobimatsu   Japan 11:45
68 Angus MacLean   United Kingdom 11:46
69 Tefai Felfele Yohannes   Eritrea 11:46
70 Luciano Di Pardo   Italy 11:47
71 Sello Mahase   South Africa 11:48
72 Philipp Bandi    Switzerland 11:49
73 Eric Gillis   Canada 11:49
74 Giovanni Gualdi   Italy 11:50
75 Antar Zerguelaïne   Algeria 11:50
76 Badre din Zioini   France 11:50
77 Stefano Scaini   Italy 11:50
78 Michal Kaczmarek   Poland 11:51
79 Hudson de Souza   Brazil 11:52
80 Jonathan Monje   Chile 11:53
81 Nourreddine Bourfaa   Algeria 11:54
82 Denis Bagrev   Kyrgyzstan 11:56
83 Kazuki Ikenaga   Japan 11:56
84 Roberto Echeverría   Chile 11:57
85 Rui Silva   Portugal 11:58
86 Koichiro Nagata   Japan 11:58
87 David Byrne   Australia 11:59
88 Cristiano Mauricio   Canada 12:00
89 Steven Vernon   United Kingdom 12:02
90 Marcin Lewandowski   Poland 12:03
91 Ma Jifu   China 12:04
92 Stephanus Steenkamp   South Africa 12:04
93 Alastair Stevenson   Australia 12:04
94 Mandla Maseko   South Africa 12:06
95 Fabio Cesari   Italy 12:06
96 Sergio Lobos   Chile 12:06
97 Chen Mingfu   China 12:07
98 Reid Coolsaet   Canada 12:07
99 Modike Lucky Mohale   South Africa 12:07
100 Pule Hlabahlaba   South Africa 12:08
101 Li Youcai   China 12:09
102 Su Wei   China 12:12
103 Li Zhuhong   China 12:13
104 Kamil Murzyn   Poland 12:14
105 Chris Davies   United Kingdom 12:15
106 Yoshitaka Iwamizu   Japan 12:17
107 Artem Kossinov   Kazakhstan 12:20
108 Vincent Kuotane   South Africa 12:23
109 Ajmal Amirov   Tajikistan 12:27
110 Michael Tomlin   Jamaica 12:27
111 Marat Nizamov   Uzbekistan 12:28
112 Yuichiro Ueno   Japan 12:32
113 Enzo Yañez   Chile 12:35
114 Amir Garifullin   Uzbekistan 12:36
115 Marcin Urbanowski   Poland 12:39
116 Taylor Milne   Canada 12:47
117 Denides Vélez   Puerto Rico 12:50
118 Alain Kra Kouadio   Côte d'Ivoire 12:50
119 Kevin Campbell   Jamaica 12:51
120 Kirk Brown   Jamaica 12:52
121 Kashinath T. Aswale   India 12:54
122 Noce Matital   Indonesia 12:55
123 Wainard Talbert   Jamaica 12:58
124 Hurley Stewart   Jamaica 13:04
125 Juan Almonte   Dominican Republic 13:05
126 Phillip Edward   Jamaica 13:19
Alibay Shukurov   Azerbaijan DNF
Alexander Greaux   Puerto Rico DNF
Buenaventura Yanez   Equatorial Guinea DNS
Andrew Baddeley   United Kingdom DNS

TeamsEdit

Rank Team Points
    Kenya
Isaac Songok 2
Benjamin Limo 4
Augustine Choge 7
Edwin Cheruiyot Soi 8
(Brimin Kipruto) (18)
(Yusuf Kibet Biwot) (20)
21
    Ethiopia
Kenenisa Bekele 1
Ali Abdosh 5
Sileshi Sihine 12
Gebre-egziabher Gebremariam 30
(Abebe Dinkessa) (39)
(Zenbaba Yegezu) (48)
48
    Morocco
Adil Kaouch 3
Hicham Bellani 14
Khalid El Amri 15
Hamid Ezzine 21
(Anis Selmouni) (47)
53
4   Qatar
Saif Saeed Shaheen 9
Sultan Khamis Zaman 10
Jamal Bilal Salem 23
Musa Amer Obaid 24
(Essa Ismail Rashed) (35)
(James Kwalia) (43)
66
5   United States
Adam Goucher 6
Ryan Hall 19
Jorge Torres 27
Daniel Lincoln 28
(Ian Dobson) (33)
(Luke Watson) (57)
80
6   Spain
Juan Carlos Higuero 31
José Luis Blanco 34
Carlos García 37
Mariano Villarubia 38
(Roberto García) (44)
140
7   Uganda
Wilson Busienei 17
Moses Kipsiro 29
Simon Ayeko 46
Benjamin Kiplagat 50
(Ben Siwa) (64)
142
8   Algeria
Khoudir Aggoune 16
Tarek Boukensa 36
Rabah Aboud 52
Ali Saïdi-Sief 54
(Antar Zerguelaïne) (75)
(Nourreddine Bourfaa) (81)
158
9   Mexico
Alejandro Suárez 22
David Galván 41
Teodoro Vega 45
Juan Barrios 62
170
10   Eritrea
Habtai Kifletsion 25
Amanuel Waldeselassie 26
Hais Welday 53
Tefai Felfele Yohannes 69
173
11   Australia
Craig Mottram 11
Martin Dent 42
Jeremy Roff 58
David Byrne 87
(Alastair Stevenson) (93)
198
12   France
Sébastien Cosson 32
Loïc Letellier 49
Moussa Barkaoui 63
Hassan Oubassour 65
(Badre din Zioini) (76)
209
13   Canada
Kevin Sullivan 13
Ryan McKenzie 61
Eric Gillis 73
Cristiano Mauricio 88
(Reid Coolsaet) (98)
(Taylor Milne) (116)
235
14   United Kingdom
Mo Farah 40
Mark Wharmby 56
Angus MacLean 68
Steven Vernon 89
(Chris Davies) (105)
253
15   Italy
Gabriele De Nard 55
Gian Marco Buttazzo 59
Luciano Di Pardo 70
Giovanni Gualdi 74
(Stefano Scaini) (77)
(Fabio Cesari) (95)
258
16   Japan
Kazuhiro Maeda 60
Makoto Tobimatsu 67
Kazuki Ikenaga 83
Koichiro Nagata 86
(Yoshitaka Iwamizu) (106)
(Yuichiro Ueno) (112)
296
17   China
Han Gang 66
Ma Jifu 91
Chen Mingfu 97
Li Youcai 101
(Su Wei) (102)
(Li Zhuhong) (103)
355
18   South Africa
Sello Mahase 71
Stephanus Steenkamp 92
Mandla Maseko 94
Modike Lucky Mohale 99
(Pule Hlabahlaba) (100)
(Vincent Kuotane) (108)
356
19   Chile
Jonathan Monje 80
Roberto Echeverria 84
Sergio Lobos 96
Enzo Yañez 113
373
20   Poland
Michal Kaczmarek 78
Marcin Lewandowski 90
Kamil Murzyn 104
Marcin Urbanowski 115
387
21   Jamaica
Michael Tomlin 110
Kevin Campbell 119
Kirk Brown 120
Wainard Talbert 123
(Hurley Stewart) (124)
(Phillip Edward) (126)
472
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 128 athletes from 34 countries participated in the Men's short race. The announced athlete from   Equatorial Guinea did not show.[4][5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Athletics: For Bekele, 5th straight double title", The New York Times, April 2, 2006, retrieved November 2, 2013
  2. ^ Downes, Steven (April 1, 2006), Men's Short Race, Fukuoka - Nine down, one to go., IAAF, retrieved November 2, 2013
  3. ^ a b Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 4.0km CC Men - Fukuoka Date: Saturday, April 1, 2006, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved November 2, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  4. ^ a b Short Race - M Final, IAAF, April 1, 2006, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 2, 2013
  5. ^ a b Results - 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Fukuoka, JAPAN 01 APR 2006 - 02 APR 2006 - Short Race - men, IAAF, April 1, 2006, retrieved November 2, 2013
  6. ^ Official Team Results Short Race - M, IAAF, April 1, 2006, archived from the original on November 6, 2013, retrieved November 2, 2013
  7. ^ Results - 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Fukuoka, JAPAN 01 APR 2006 - 02 APR 2006 - Short Race - men - Final - Team, IAAF, April 1, 2006, retrieved November 2, 2013
  8. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 2, 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 2, 2013