1975 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 1975 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition3rd
DateMarch 16
Host cityRabat, Morocco Morocco
VenueSouissi Racecourse
Events1
Distances7 km – Junior men
Participation60 athletes from
11 nations

The Junior men's race at the 1975 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Rabat, Morocco, at the Souissi Racecourse on March 16, 1975. A report on the event was given in the Glasgow Herald.[1]

Complete results,[2] medallists, [3] and the results of British athletes[4] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (7 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st place, gold medalist(s) Bobby Thomas  United States 20:59.8
2nd place, silver medalist(s) José Luis González  Spain 21:18
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) John Treacy  Ireland 21:23
4 Cándido Alario  Spain 21:29
5 Don Clary  United States 21:38
6 Mike Longthorn  England 21:41
7 Christian Foucquets  Belgium 21:42
8 Roy Kissin  United States 21:44
9 Louis Kenny  Ireland 21:45
10 Gerry Finnegan  Ireland 21:46
11 Jim Burns  Scotland 21:47
12 Nat Muir  Scotland 21:51
13 Gerry Redmond  Ireland 21:54
14 Claude Nullans  France 21:55
15 Ralph Serna  United States 22:00
16 Jef Gees  Belgium 22:06
17 Reinhold Strieder  West Germany 22:08
18 Vicente de la Parte  Spain 22:09
19 Yahia Hadka  Morocco 22:10
20 Luis Adsuara  Spain 22:11
21 Kenneth McCartney  Scotland 22:12
22 Mekki Mourdi  Algeria
23 Abderrahmane Morceli  Algeria
24 Steve Emson  England
25 Jean-Marie Langlet  France
26 Sergio Muscardin  Italy
27 Ludo Belmans  Belgium
28 Dick Hooper  Ireland
29 Maurizio Da Rold  Italy
30 Patriz Ilg  West Germany
31 Poul Peeters  Belgium
32 Karl Harrison  England
33 Gianni Pedrini  Italy
34 Hamadi Massoudi  Morocco
35 Lahcene Babaci  Algeria
36 Zaghdani Fedlaoui  Algeria
37 Mike Deegan  England
38 Salim Atache  Algeria
39 Abdellah Rouimi  Morocco
40 Driss Babzine  Morocco
41 Jilali Benrahou  Morocco
42 Francois Santmann  France
43 Sergio Pozzi  Italy
44 Manuel Perez  Spain
45 René Busschodts  Belgium
46 Michel Rogues  France
47 Michael Spöttel  West Germany
48 Dirk Vanderherten  Belgium
49 Antonio Aparicio  Spain
50 Nick Brawn  England
51 John Graham  Scotland
52 Francis Bentz  France
53 Charles Haskett  Scotland
54 Angelo Spadaro  Italy
55 Mohamed Sniba  Morocco
56 Paul Forbes  Scotland
57 Philippe Gauthier  France
58 Konrad Dobler  West Germany
59 Vincenzo Chesa  Italy
Werner Grommisch  West Germany DNF

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st place, gold medalist(s)  United States
Bobby Thomas 1
Don Clary 5
Roy Kissin 8
Ralph Serna 15
29
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Ireland
John Treacy 3
Louis Kenny 9
Gerry Finnegan 10
Gerry Redmond 13
(Dick Hooper) (28)
35
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Spain
José Luis González 2
Cándido Alario 4
Vicente de la Parte 18
Luis Adsuara 20
(Manuel Perez) (44)
(Antonio Aparicio) (49)
44
4  Belgium
Christian Foucquets 7
Jef Gees 16
Ludo Belmans 27
Poul Peeters 31
(René Busschodts) (45)
(Dirk Vanderherten) (48)
81
5  Scotland
Jim Burns 11
Nat Muir 12
Kenneth McCartney 21
John Graham 51
(Charles Haskett) (53)
(Paul Forbes) (56)
95
6  England
Mike Longthorn 6
Steve Emson 24
Karl Harrison 32
Mike Deegan 37
(Nick Brawn) (50)
99
7  Algeria
Mekki Mourdi 22
Abderrahmane Morceli 23
Lahcene Babaci 35
Zaghdani Fedlaoui 36
(Salim Atache) (38)
116
8  France
Claude Nullans 14
Jean-Marie Langlet 25
Francois Santmann 42
Michel Rogues 46
(Francis Bentz) (52)
(Philippe Gauthier) (57)
127
9  Italy
Sergio Muscardin 26
Maurizio Da Rold 29
Gianni Pedrini 33
Sergio Pozzi 43
(Angelo Spadaro) (54)
(Vincenzo Chesa) (59)
131
10  Morocco
Yahia Hadka 19
Hamadi Massoudi 34
Abdellah Rouimi 39
Driss Babzine 40
(Jilali Benrahou) (41)
(Mohamed Sniba) (55)
132
11  West Germany
Reinhold Strieder 17
Patriz Ilg 30
Michael Spöttel 47
Konrad Dobler 58
(Werner Grommisch) (DNF)
152
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 60 athletes from 11 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unique double for Stewart - Scotland's Ian Stewart completed a unique double in Rabat yesterday when he added the International cross-country title to the European 3000 metres gold medal he won in Poland seven days previously..., Glasgow Herald, March 17, 1975, p. 20, retrieved October 16, 2013
  2. ^ Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.0km CC Men - Rabat Souissi Date: Sunday, March 16, 1975, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 16, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  3. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 9, 2013
  4. ^ 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 October 9, 2013