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2004 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships


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2004 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
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OrganisersIAAF
Edition13th
DateOctober 3
Host cityNew Delhi, National Capital Territory, India India
Nations participating55
Athletes participating152
Races2

The 13th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on October 3, 2004 in New Delhi, India. A total of 152 athletes, 91 men and 61 women, from 55 countries took part.

Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results were given both for the men's race[1][2] and for the women's race.[3][4]

Complete results were published[5] for the men's race,[6][7] for the women's race,[8][9] for men's team,[10][11] and for women's team.[12][13]

The competition also incorporated the 1st Asian Half Marathon Championships. Abdullah Ahmed Hassan of Qatar and Sun Yingjie of China were the inaugural winners. The tournament has not been held since, however.[14]

Medallists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Individual
Men Paul Kirui (KEN)1:02:15 Fabiano Joseph (TAN)1:02:31 Ahmed Hassan Abdullah (QAT)1:02:36
Women Sun Yingjie (CHN)1:08:40 Lydia Cheromei (KEN)1:09:00 Constantina Diţă-Tomescu (ROU)1:09:07
Team
Team Men Kenya3:07:55 Ethiopia3:08:37 Uganda3:13:48
Team Women Ethiopia3:36:00 Romania3:36:08 Russia3:38:21

Race results

Men's

RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s)Paul Kirui Kenya1:02:15
2nd, silver medalist(s)Fabiano Joseph Tanzania1:02:31
3rd, bronze medalist(s)Ahmed Hassan Abdullah Qatar1:02:36NR
4John Cheruiyot Korir Kenya1:02:38
5Solomon Tsige Ethiopia1:02:42
6Alene Emere Ethiopia1:02:52
7Wilson Busienei Uganda1:02:55PB
8Wilson Kiprotich Kebenei Kenya1:03:02
9Berhanu Addane Ethiopia1:03:03
10Abebe Dinkessa Ethiopia1:04:06
11Yonas Kifle Eritrea1:04:19
12Ayele Setegne Israel1:04:41
13Martin Toroitich Uganda1:04:48SB
14Yukinobu Nakazaki Japan1:04:48
15Samson Kiflemariam Eritrea1:05:00PB
16Yoshinori Oda Japan1:05:03
17Terumasa Okamura Japan1:05:19
18Justin Young United States1:05:33
19Aziz Driouche Morocco1:05:41
20Lewis Masunda Zimbabwe1:05:42
21Tesfayohannes Mesfen Eritrea1:05:45
22Fernando Rey Spain1:05:51
23Moulay Ali Ouadih France1:05:59
24Larbi Zéroual France1:06:01
25Yevgeniy Rybakov Russia1:06:02
26Gabalebe Moloko Botswana1:06:04
27Joseph Nsubuga Uganda1:06:05SB
28Stephen Rogart Tanzania1:06:11
29Masatoshi Ibata Japan1:06:25
30Jumah Al-Noor Qatar1:06:42
31Jeroen van Damme Netherlands1:06:52
32Víctor Morente Spain1:06:56
33Leonid Shvetsov Russia1:06:58
34Rachid El-Ghanmouni Morocco1:07:01
35Aleksandr Vasilyev Russia1:07:05
36Eliphas Maiyo Uganda1:07:12
37Mohamed Serbouti France1:07:24
38Magnus Michelsson Australia1:07:41
39Yared Asmeron Eritrea1:07:48
40Hakim Bagy France1:07:49
41Carlos Jaramillo Chile1:07:51
42Nandana Ratnayake Sri Lanka1:08:00
43Foaad Abubaker Qatar1:08:13
44Ajith Bandara Sri Lanka1:08:25
45Oliver Dietz Germany1:08:29
46James Kibet Uganda1:08:36
47Josh Cox United States1:08:38
48Teddy Mitchell United States1:08:39PB
49Nick Cordes United States1:08:43
50Kabo Gabaseme Botswana1:09:00
51Menon Ramsamy Mauritius1:09:05
52Dhako Naftali Tanzania1:09:11
53Mikhail Khobotov Russia1:09:23
54Grigoriy Andreyev Russia1:09:37
55Kaelo Mosalagae Botswana1:10:10PB
56Sin Jung-Hoon South Korea1:10:12
57Stephen Drew Canada1:10:13
58Kevin Collins United States1:10:32
59Ram Bahadur Subha India1:10:33
60Slavko Petrović Croatia1:10:47
61Simon Labiche Seychelles1:10:52
62Tsotang Maine Lesotho1:11:08
63Sipho Dlamini Swaziland1:11:31
64Suliman Al-Ghodran Jordan1:11:41
65Muresh Kumar Yadav India1:11:53
66Ajith Singh India1:12:05
67Andrey Chigidinov Kazakhstan1:12:07
68José Alejandro Semprún Venezuela1:12:12
69Raj Kumar India1:12:12
70Yousef Al-Hadhrami Oman1:12:24
71Uttam Khatri   Nepal1:12:29
72Mohan Chandr Kapri India1:12:49
73Rene Herrera Philippines1:15:06
74Arjun Prasad Dhakal   Nepal1:16:16
75Marcel Tschopp Liechtenstein1:16:45
76Amnuay Tongmit Thailand1:17:29
77Mihail Faiskanov Kyrgyzstan1:18:37
78Pema Tshewang Bhutan1:18:45PB
79Hem Bunting Cambodia1:19:40NR
80Wong Wang Keung Hong Kong1:19:42
81Steve Osadiuk Canada1:21:26
82Nara Bahadur Khatri   Nepal1:22:32
83Yac Aboub Abu Turkey Palestine1:22:59
84Hussein Riyaz Maldives1:25:19
Franck de Almeida BrazilDNF
Ieong Chio Wa MacauDNF
Abdelhadi Habassa MoroccoDNF
Ridouane Harroufi MoroccoDNF
Javier Cortés SpainDNF
Mohamed Msenduki Ikoki TanzaniaDNF
Kemal Tuvakuliyev TurkmenistanDNF
Wai Kin Lok MacauDNS
Nurridin Irmatov TajikistanDNS
Abdul Aziz Ali Ahmed YemenDNS

Women's

RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s)Sun Yingjie China1:08:40NR
2nd, silver medalist(s)Lydia Cheromei Kenya1:09:00PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s)Constantina Diţă-Tomescu Romania1:09:07
4Sonia O'Sullivan Ireland1:10:33
5Yuki Saito Japan1:11:05
6Eyerusalem Kuma Ethiopia1:11:07
7Irina Timofeyeva Russia1:11:17
8Bezunesh Bekele Ethiopia1:11:23
9Alina Ivanova Russia1:12:17
10Mihaela Botezan Romania1:12:36
11Gloria Marconi Italy1:12:42
12Zhou Chunxiu China1:12:52
13Kei Terada Japan1:13:07
14Rita Sitienei Jeptoo Kenya1:13:08
15Teyba Erkesso Ethiopia1:13:30
16Adanech Zekiros Ethiopia1:13:50PB
17Živilė Balčiūnaitė Lithuania1:13:53
18Luminița Talpoș Romania1:14:25
19Isabel Eizmendi Spain1:14:37
20Keiko Isogai Japan1:14:39
21Yelena Burykina Russia1:14:47
22Irina Safarova Russia1:14:52
23Patrizia Tisi Italy1:14:58
24Fatiha Klilech-Fauvel France1:15:05
25Aurica Buia Romania1:15:10
26Christelle Daunay France1:15:28
27María Luisa Lárraga Spain1:15:41
28Petra Kamínková/Drajzajtlová Czech Republic1:15:46
29Yamna Oubouhou France1:15:53
30Ivana Iozzia Italy1:15:59
31Fumi Murata Japan1:16:32
32Kenza Wahbi Morocco1:16:41
33Emily Nay United States1:17:09
34Vincenza Sicari Italy1:17:30
35Kimberly Fitchen-Young United States1:17:40
36Melissa White United States1:18:42
37Elena Fetizon France1:19:13
38Heather Tanner United States1:19:48
39Adriana da Silva Brazil1:19:49
40Maria Zambrano Canada1:21:41
41Irmalyn Falcón Puerto Rico1:21:58
42Sujeewa Jayasena Sri Lanka1:22:07
43Anastasiya Padalinskaya Belarus1:22:44
44Marina Gurbina Kazakhstan1:22:52
45Geeta Rani India1:22:59PB
46Sarita Marbade India1:23:23PB
47Purshot Laima Devi India1:24:38
48Pushpa Devi India1:24:44
49Saiphon Piawong Thailand1:25:20NR
50Ida Kiyindou Congo1:25:42
51Matirinta Mota Lesotho1:28:44
52Sarbjett Kaur India1:28:48
53Vivian Tang Singapore1:29:22
54Rashida Sarbasova Kazakhstan1:30:20
55Olesia Orlova Kyrgyzstan1:36:56
56Nirmala Bharati   Nepal1:44:30
57Zulaikha Ali Maldives1:44:39
58Marina Tutynina Turkmenistan1:44:52
Tenzin Yangdon BhutanDNF
Emily Kimuria KenyaDNF
Hafida Izem MoroccoDNF

Team results

Men's

RankCountryTeamTime
1st, gold medalist(s) KenyaPaul Kirui
John Cheruiyot Korir
Wilson Kiprotich Kebenei
3:07:55
2nd, silver medalist(s) EthiopiaSolomon Tsige
Alene Emere
Berhanu Addane
3:08:37
3rd, bronze medalist(s) UgandaWilson Busienei
Martin Toroitich
Joseph Nsubuga
3:13:48
4 EritreaYonas Kifle
Samson Kiflemariam
Tesfayohannes Mesfen
3:15:04
5 JapanYukinobu Nakazaki
Yoshinori Oda
Terumasa Okamura
3:15:10
6 QatarAhmed Hassan Abdullah
Jumah Al-Noor
Foaad Abubaker
3:17:31
7 TanzaniaFabiano Joseph
Stephen Rogart
Dhako Naftali
3:17:53
8 FranceMoulay Ali Ouadih
Larbi Zéroual
Mohamed Serbouti
3:19:24
9 RussiaYevgeniy Rybakov
Leonid Shvetsov
Aleksandr Vasilyev
3:20:05
10 United StatesJustin Young
Josh Cox
Teddy Mitchell
3:22:50
11 BotswanaGabalebe Moloko
Kabo Gabaseme
Kaelo Mosalagae
3:25:14
12 IndiaRam Bahadur Subha
Muresh Kumar Yadav
Ajith Singh
3:34:31
13   NepalUttam Khatri
Arjun Prasad Dhakal
Nara Bahadur Khatri
3:51:17
 MoroccoAziz Driouche
Rachid El-Ghanmouni
Abdelhadi Habassa
DNF
 SpainFernando Rey
Víctor Morente
Javier Cortés
DNF

Women's

RankCountryTeamTime
1st, gold medalist(s) EthiopiaEyerusalem Kuma
Bezunesh Bekele
Teyba Erkesso
3:36:00
2nd, silver medalist(s) RomaniaConstantina Diţă-Tomescu
Mihaela Botezan
Luminița Talpoș
3:36:08
3rd, bronze medalist(s) RussiaIrina Timofeyeva
Alina Ivanova
Yelena Burykina
3:38:21
4 JapanYuki Saito
Kei Terada
Keiko Isogai
3:38:51
5 ItalyGloria Marconi
Patrizia Tisi
Ivana Iozzia
3:43:39
6 FranceFatiha Klilech-Fauvel
Christelle Daunay
Yamna Oubouhou
3:46:26
7 United StatesEmily Nay
Kimberly Fitchen-Young
Melissa White
3:53:31
8 IndiaGeeta Rani
Sarita Marbade
Purshot Laima Devi
4:11:00
 KenyaLydia Cheromei
Rita Sitienei Jeptoo
Emily Kimuria
DNF

Participation

The participation of 152 athletes (91 men/61 women) from 55 countries is reported.[5] Although announced, athletes from  Tajikistan and  Yemen did not show.

Asian Championships

EventGoldSilverBronze
Men's individual Abdullah Ahmed Hassan (QAT)1:02:36 Yukinobu Nakazaki (JPN)1:04:48 Yoshinori Oda (JPN)1:05:03
Women's individual Sun Yingjie (CHN)1:08:40 Yuki Saito (JPN)1:11:05 Zhou Chunxiu (CHN)1:12:52
Men's team Japan (JPN)3:15:10 Qatar (QAT)3:17:31 India (IND)3:34:31
Women's team Japan (JPN)3:38:51 India (IND)4:11:00Only two teams competed

See also

References

  1. ^ Kirui takes gold as Kenya wins back World Half Marathon Team Title in New Delhi, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  2. ^ Kirui takes gold as Kenya wins back World Half Marathon Team Title in New Delhi, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  3. ^ Sun Yingjie sets National Record to take World Title on Asian soil, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  4. ^ Sun Yingjie sets National Record to take World Title on Asian soil, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  5. ^ a b IAAF WORLD HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS - KAVARNA 2012 - FACTS & FIGURES - Incorporating the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (1992-2005/2008-2010) & the IAAF World Road Running Championships 2006/2007 (PDF), IAAF, retrieved September 1, 2013 
  6. ^ Half Marathon - M - Results, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  7. ^ Results - 13th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - New Delhi, INDIA 03 OCT 2004 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  8. ^ Half Marathon - W - Results, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  9. ^ Results - 13th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - New Delhi, INDIA 03 OCT 2004 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  10. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - M, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  11. ^ Results - 13th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - New Delhi, INDIA 03 OCT 2004 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  12. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - W, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  13. ^ Results - 13th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - New Delhi, INDIA 03 OCT 2004 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, October 3, 2004, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  14. ^ Asian Half Marathon Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2014-11-26.

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