1993 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race

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Junior men's race at the 1993 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
OrganisersIAAF
Edition21st
DateMarch 28
Host cityAmorebieta, Euskadi, Spain Spain
VenueJaureguibarría Course
Events1
Distances7.15 km – Junior men
Participation150 athletes from
37 nations

The Junior men's race at the 1993 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Amorebieta, Spain, at the Jaureguibarría Course on March 28, 1993. A report on the event was given in The New York Times[1] and in the Herald.[2]

Complete results,[3] medallists, [4] and the results of British athletes[5] were published.

Race results[edit]

Junior men's race (7.15 km)[edit]

Individual[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Time
1st place, gold medalist(s) Philip Mosima  Kenya 20:18
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Christopher Koskei  Kenya 20:20
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Josephat Machuka  Kenya 20:23
4 Lazarus Nyakeraka  Kenya 20:23
5 Tegenu Abebe  Ethiopia 20:28
6 Habte Jifar  Ethiopia 20:50
7 Tibebu Reta  Ethiopia 20:50
8 Stanley Kimutai  Kenya 21:03
9 Geta Tsega  Ethiopia 21:04
10 Tolosa Gebre  Ethiopia 21:05
11 Salah El Ghazi  Morocco 21:08
12 Wener Kashayev  Russia 21:09
13 Kevin Sullivan  Canada 21:19
14 Javier Rodríguez  Spain 21:23
15 Hicham El Guerrouj  Morocco 21:28
16 Anwar O.M. Ali  Yemen 21:28
17 Tekalegne Shewaye  Ethiopia 21:29
18 Abdelmajid El Boubkary  Morocco 21:32
19 Awad Saleh Nasser  Yemen 21:37
20 Viktor Röthlin   Switzerland 21:37
21 José Rios  Spain 21:38
22 Mario Gamito  Portugal 21:38
23 Isaac Radebe  South Africa 21:38
24 Mark McKeown  New Zealand 21:39
25 Aleksey Sobolev  Russia 21:41
26 Enoch Skosana  South Africa 21:41
27 Meck Mothuli  South Africa 21:41
28 Christian Stephenson  United Kingdom 21:42
29 Valeriy Kuzman  Russia 21:42
30 Anwar Al-Harazi  Yemen 21:43
31 Kazuhiro Matsuda  Japan 21:43
32 Driss El Himer  Morocco 21:43
33 Mariano Tarilo  Argentina 21:43
34 Darius Burrows  United Kingdom 21:45
35 Antonio Rebelo  Portugal 21:45
36 Migual Angel Erades  Spain 21:46
37 Sebastiano Mazzara  Italy 21:47
38 Takaomi Kawanami  Japan 21:47
39 Ottaviano Andriani  Italy 21:48
40 Bhupinder Singh Tyagi  India 21:48
41 Mohamed El Hattab  Morocco 21:49
42 Daisuke Arakawa  Japan 21:49
43 José Maria Prieto  Spain 21:50
44 Masaki Yamamoto  Japan 21:52
45 Masayuki Kobayashi  Japan 21:53
46 Arthur Manyake  South Africa 21:53
47 Fabrice Belot  France 21:53
48 Salim Drai  France 21:53
49 Antonio Andriani  Italy 21:54
50 Lubos Pokorny  Czech Republic 21:54
51 Irba Lakhal  Morocco 21:54
52 Tim de Cock  Belgium 21:55
53 Angelo Pacheco  Portugal 21:56
54 Semyon Zhustin  Russia 21:57
55 Daisuke Nakahara  Japan 21:58
56 Joseph Leshonang  South Africa 21:59
57 João Pedro  Portugal 21:59
58 Mário Teixeira  Portugal 22:00
59 Robson Alves  Brazil 22:01
60 Horacio Ferreira  Argentina 22:02
61 Ian Carswell  Canada 22:03
62 Fernando Delgado  Mexico 22:04
63 Mark Steinle  United Kingdom 22:07
64 Reyes Estévez  Spain 22:09
65 Hedi Khalfallah  Tunisia 22:10
66 Mounir Khelil  France 22:10
67 Simone Zanon  Italy 22:11
68 Marcio dos Santos  Brazil 22:12
69 Francois Carpentier  Belgium 22:13
70 Farouk Al-Aswadi  Yemen 22:14
71 Damion Brook-Kintz  United States 22:14
72 Guido Streit  Germany 22:15
73 Garikai Hare  Zimbabwe 22:17
74 Lotfi Belhadj  Tunisia 22:18
75 Heera Singh  India 22:18
76 Marko Kotila  Finland 22:23
77 Khaled Al-Hadaa  Yemen 22:24
78 Killian Lonergan  Ireland 22:24
79 Mohamed Bouguerra  Tunisia 22:24
80 Sean Kaley  Canada 22:25
81 Mike Griffiths  United Kingdom 22:26
82 Phillip Sly  Australia 22:26
83 Giovanni Ruggiero  Italy 22:27
84 Sami Ylihärsilä  Finland 22:27
85 David Salvati  France 22:28
86 Nicolas Leze  France 22:30
87 Rene Carlsen  Denmark 22:30
88 József Babinyecz  Hungary 22:31
89 Gustavo de Paula  Brazil 22:32
90 Faizal Emamaullee  Canada 22:33
91 Zsolt Füleki  Hungary 22:34
92 Ranesh Kumar  India 22:34
93 Ali Harezi Al-Ghazali  Yemen 22:35
94 Robert Lynham  United Kingdom 22:35
95 Pedro Sampaio  Portugal 22:37
96 Christian Belz   Switzerland 22:38
97 Zsolt Bacskai  Hungary 22:38
98 Darren Keenan  Ireland 22:38
99 Jean-Nicolas Duval  Canada 22:39
100 John Castner  United States 22:39
101 Ben Sutton  United Kingdom 22:40
102 Thomas Fuchs   Switzerland 22:41
103 Theodore Martin  United States 22:41
104 Robert Reeder  United States 22:42
105 Alejandro Murro  Argentina 22:43
106 Johannes Schmid  Germany 22:44
107 Zarislav Gapeyenko  Belarus 22:44
108 Jonas Hagelin  Sweden 22:44
109 Paul Engels  Belgium 22:45
110 Joelson Pinheiro  Brazil 22:46
111 Jason Dunklee  United States 22:50
112 Suresh Verma  India 22:50
113 David Healy  Ireland 22:51
114 Martins Alksnis  Latvia 22:52
115 José Delgado  Spain 22:54
116 Mehdi Khelifi  Tunisia 22:57
117 László Nagy  Hungary 22:58
118 Johan de Koning  Netherlands 23:00
119 Eyel Gur  Israel 23:01
120 Declan Fahy  Ireland 23:02
121 Anis Jedidi  Tunisia 23:05
122 Patrick Heinlein  Germany 23:06
123 Pascal Garin  France 23:07
124 Jesper Revsholm  Denmark 23:08
125 Christoph Melcher  Germany 23:10
126 Derek Waters  Ireland 23:11
127 Mohamed Aloui  Tunisia 23:12
128 Christian Isak  Denmark 23:15
129 Paul McNamara  Ireland 23:17
130 Kurt Leyten  Belgium 23:18
131 Rick Obleman  Canada 23:19
132 Jonas Jonsson  Sweden 23:20
133 Oskar Knutsson  Sweden 23:20
134 Søren Helmer  Denmark 23:21
135 Lubomir Masnica  Slovakia 23:23
136 Julián Peralta  Argentina 23:24
137 Christopher Lenz  Germany 23:29
138 Kristian Keller  Denmark 23:30
139 Aigars Fadejevs  Latvia 23:38
140 Giuliano Battocletti  Italy 23:48
141 Patrick Bouten  Netherlands 23:54
142 Martins Jankovskis  Latvia 23:55
143 János Bohus  Hungary 24:02
144 Joseph Tladi  Botswana 24:03
145 Theodore Molla  United States 24:05
146 Alexander Kuhn   Switzerland 24:19
147 Arturs Curkans  Latvia 24:29
148 Philippe Roggo   Switzerland 24:35
149 Martin Johansson  Sweden 24:39
150 Dan Enqvist  Sweden 24:57

Teams[edit]

Rank Team Points
1st place, gold medalist(s)  Kenya
Philip Mosima 1
Christopher Koskei 2
Josephat Machuka 3
Lazarus Nyakeraka 4
(Stanley Kimutai) (8)
10
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Ethiopia
Tegenu Abebe 5
Habte Jifar 6
Tibebu Reta 7
Geta Tsega 9
(Tolosa Gebre) (10)
(Tekalegne Shewaye) (17)
27
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Morocco
Salah El Ghazi 11
Hicham El Guerrouj 15
Abdelmajid El Boubkary 18
Driss El Himer 32
(Mohamed El Hattab) (41)
(Irba Lakhal) (51)
76
4  Spain
Javier Rodríguez 14
José Rios 21
Migual Angel Erades 36
José Maria Prieto 43
(Reyes Estévez) (64)
(José Delgado) (115)
114
5  Russia
Wener Kashayev 12
Aleksey Sobolev 25
Valeriy Kuzman 29
Semyon Zhustin 54
120
6  South Africa
Isaac Radebe 23
Enoch Skosana 26
Meck Mothuli 27
Arthur Manyake 46
(Joseph Leshonang) (56)
122
7  Yemen
Anwar O.M. Ali 16
Awad Saleh Nasser 19
Anwar Al-Harazi 30
Farouk Al-Aswadi 70
(Khaled Al-Hadaa) (77)
(Ali Harezi Al-Ghazali) (93)
135
8  Japan
Kazuhiro Matsuda 31
Takaomi Kawanami 38
Daisuke Arakawa 42
Masaki Yamamoto 44
(Masayuki Kobayashi) (45)
(Daisuke Nakahara) (55)
155
9  Portugal
Mario Gamito 22
Antonio Rebelo 35
Angelo Pacheco 53
João Pedro 57
(Mário Teixeira) (58)
(Pedro Sampaio) (95)
167
10  Italy
Sebastiano Mazzara 37
Ottaviano Andriani 39
Antonio Andriani 49
Simone Zanon 67
(Giovanni Ruggiero) (83)
(Giuliano Battocletti) (140)
192
11  United Kingdom
Christian Stephenson 28
Darius Burrows 34
Mark Steinle 63
Mike Griffiths 81
(Robert Lynham) (94)
(Ben Sutton) (101)
206
12  Canada
Kevin Sullivan 13
Ian Carswell 61
Sean Kaley 80
Faizal Emamaullee 90
(Jean-Nicolas Duval) (99)
(Rick Obleman) (131)
244
13  France
Fabrice Belot 47
Salim Drai 48
Mounir Khelil 66
David Salvati 85
(Nicolas Leze) (86)
(Pascal Garin) (123)
246
14  India
Bhupinder Singh Tyagi 40
Heera Singh 75
Ranesh Kumar 92
Suresh Verma 112
319
15  Brazil
Robson Alves 59
Marcio dos Santos 68
Gustavo de Paula 89
Joelson Pinheiro 110
326
16  Tunisia
Hedi Khalfallah 65
Lotfi Belhadj 74
Mohamed Bouguerra 79
Mehdi Khelifi 116
(Anis Jedidi) (121)
(Mohamed Aloui) (127)
334
17  Argentina
Mariano Tarilo 33
Horacio Ferreira 60
Alejandro Murro 105
Julián Peralta 136
334
18  Belgium
Tim de Cock 52
Francois Carpentier 69
Paul Engels 109
Kurt Leyten 130
360
19   Switzerland
Viktor Röthlin 20
Christian Belz 96
Thomas Fuchs 102
Alexander Kuhn 146
(Philippe Roggo) (148)
364
20  United States
Damion Brook-Kintz 71
John Castner 100
Theodore Martin 103
Robert Reeder 104
(Jason Dunklee) (111)
(Theodore Molla) (145)
378
21  Hungary
József Babinyecz 88
Zsolt Füleki 91
Zsolt Bacskai 97
László Nagy 117
(János Bohus) (143)
393
22  Ireland
Killian Lonergan 78
Darren Keenan 98
David Healy 113
Declan Fahy 120
(Derek Waters) (126)
(Paul McNamara) (129)
409
23  Germany
Guido Streit 72
Johannes Schmid 106
Patrick Heinlein 122
Christoph Melcher 125
(Christopher Lenz) (137)
425
24  Denmark
Rene Carlsen 87
Jesper Revsholm 124
Christian Isak 128
Søren Helmer 134
(Kristian Keller) (138)
473
25  Sweden
Jonas Hagelin 108
Jonas Jonsson 132
Oskar Knutsson 133
Martin Johansson 149
(Dan Enqvist) (150)
522
26  Latvia
Martins Alksnis 114
Aigars Fadejevs 139
Martins Jankovskis 142
Arturs Curkans 147
542
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 150 athletes from 37 countries in the Junior men's race. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bloom, Marc (March 29, 1993), RUNNING; Jennings Settles For Third, Glasgow Herald, retrieved October 25, 2013
  2. ^ Liz fifth as Kenyans dominate, Herald, March 29, 1993, retrieved October 25, 2013
  3. ^ Magnusson, Tomas (September 8, 2007), IAAF World Cross Country Championships - 7.2km CC Men - Amorebieta Jaureguibarria Date: Sunday, March 28, 1993, Athchamps (archived), archived from the original on October 16, 2007, retrieved October 25, 2013CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  4. ^ IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 9, 2013
  5. ^ 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