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2005 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships


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Updated: 2017-03-29T22:25Z
2005 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
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OrganisersIAAF
Edition14th
DateOctober 1
Host cityEdmonton, Alberta, Canada Canada
Nations participating43
Athletes participating156
Races2

The 14th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships were held in Edmonton, Canada on 1 October 2005. The competition was replaced by the World Road Running Championships in 2006 and 2007, but revived as IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in 2008.

A total of 156 athletes, 87 men and 69 women, from 43 countries took part. The four and a half lap course begins and ends in Hawrelak Park.[1] Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results were given both for the men's race[2][3] and for the women's race.[4][5]

Complete results were published[6] for the men's race,[7][8] for the women's race,[9][10] for men's team,[11][12] and for women's team.[13][14]

Medallists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Individual
Men Fabiano Joseph (TAN)1:01:08 Mubarak Hassan Shami (QAT)1:01:09 Yonas Kifle (ERI)1:01:13
Women Constantina Diţă-Tomescu (ROU)1:09:17 Lornah Kiplagat (NED)1:10:19 Susan Chepkemei (KEN)1:10:20
Team
Team Men Ethiopia3:06:18 Eritrea3:07:05 Japan3:08:30
Team Women Romania3:31:00 Russia3:33:05 Japan3:35:42

Race Results

Men's

RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s)Fabiano Joseph Tanzania1:01:08
2nd, silver medalist(s)Mubarak Hassan Shami Qatar1:01:09NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s)Yonas Kifle Eritrea1:01:13
4Sileshi Sihine Ethiopia1:01:14
5Abebe Dinkessa Ethiopia1:01:53PB
6John Yuda Tanzania1:02:11
7James Mwangi Macharia Kenya1:02:25
8Kazuo Ietani Japan1:02:26
9Yared Asmeron Eritrea1:02:44
10Norman Dlomo South Africa1:02:45
11Takayuki Matsumiya Japan1:02:45
12Tesfayohannes Mesfen Eritrea1:03:08PB
13Lishan Yegezu Ethiopia1:03:11
14Wilson Busienei Uganda1:03:12
15Ryan Shay United States1:03:13
16Paul Kimaiyo Kenya1:03:17
17Takanobu Otsubo Japan1:03:19
18Solomon Tsige Ethiopia1:03:23
19Sultan Khamis Zaman Qatar1:03:31
20Jason Hartmann United States1:03:32
21Julius Kibet Kenya1:03:50
22Antonio Peña Spain1:03:52
23Ahmed Jumaa Jaber Qatar1:04:06PB
24Yoshihiro Yamamoto Japan1:04:15
25Gilbert Okari Kenya1:04:17
26Ayele Setegne Israel1:04:21
27Sylvester Moleko South Africa1:04:33
28Keenetse Moswasi Botswana1:04:42
29Julio César Pérez Mexico1:04:49PB
30Matt Downin United States1:04:53
31Jeffrey Gwebu South Africa1:04:57
32Fabio Mascheroni Italy1:04:57
33Jason Lehmkuhle United States1:04:58
34Odilón Cuahutle Mexico1:04:59
35Brett Cartwright Australia1:05:10
36José Souza Brazil1:05:24PB
37Fernando Rey Spain1:05:28
38Javier Cortés Spain1:05:36
39Kaelo Mosalagae Botswana1:05:58PB
40Nicholas Kemboi Qatar1:06:04
41Toshihiro Iwasa Japan1:06:14
42Luis Collazo Puerto Rico1:06:15
43José Eloy Brazil1:06:17
44Jeremy Deere Canada1:06:19SB
45Raúl Mora Chile1:06:20
46Carlos Jaramillo Chile1:06:22
47Matthew McInnes Canada1:06:28SB
48César Lam Puerto Rico1:06:30
49Mike Morgan United States1:06:46
50Ndabili Bashingili Botswana1:06:47
51Nicolas Kiprono Uganda1:06:59
52Andrew Smith Canada1:07:23
53Asaf Bimro Israel1:07:46
54Anuradha Cooray Sri Lanka1:08:02
55Miguel Ángel Gamonal Spain1:08:09
56Bat-Ochir Ser-Od Mongolia1:08:12NR
57James Kibet Uganda1:08:36
58Leonidas Rivadeneira Chile1:08:52
59Egide Manirakiza Burundi1:09:19
60Róbert Štefko Czech Republic1:09:32
61Mukat Derbe Israel1:09:36
62Kabo Gabaseme Botswana1:09:56
63Coolboy Ngamole South Africa1:10:00
64Ernest Ndjissipou Central African Republic1:10:01
65Linos Chintali Zambia1:10:11
66Mark Bomba Canada1:10:39
67Wodage Zvadya Israel1:11:09
68Ryan Day Canada1:11:20
69Frederic Burquier French Polynesia1:11:30PB
70Rupert Green Jamaica1:12:59NR
71Gregory McKenzie Jamaica1:13:27PB
72Marcel Tschopp Liechtenstein1:13:57
73Curtis Cox Trinidad and Tobago1:14:52
74Samson Kiflemariam Eritrea1:14:56
75Andrew Gutzmore Jamaica1:14:56PB
76Fouly Salem Egypt1:15:03
77Richard Jones Trinidad and Tobago1:17:30
78Kun Sio Pan Macau1:17:42
79Lindson Lynch Dominica1:18:09
80Kani Simons South Africa1:19:32
81Michael Alexander Trinidad and Tobago1:24:07
Elson Gracioli BrazilDNF
Jean-Paul Niyonsaba BurundiDNF
Eric Quiros Costa RicaDNF
El Hassan Lahssini FranceDNF
Ali Al-Dawoodi QatarDNF
Alex Malinga UgandaDNF
Roath Ban CambodiaDNS
Abebe Mekonnen EthiopiaDNS
Osama S. Mabrouk PalestineDNS

Women's

RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s)Constantina Diţă-Tomescu Romania1:09:17SB
2nd, silver medalist(s)Lornah Kiplagat Netherlands1:10:19SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s)Susan Chepkemei Kenya1:10:20
4Galina Bogomolova Russia1:10:34PB
5Mihaela Botezan Romania1:10:36SB
6Madaí Pérez Mexico1:10:37PB
7Lidiya Grigoryeva Russia1:11:01SB
8Nuța Olaru Romania1:11:07
9Merima Hashim Ethiopia1:11:09PB
10Adriana Pirtea Romania1:11:10
11Irina Timofeyeva Russia1:11:30
12Terumi Asoshina Japan1:11:45
13Hiromi Ominami Japan1:11:57
14Yoko Yagi Japan1:12:00
15Derartu Tulu Ethiopia1:12:12
16Caroline Kilel Kenya1:12:13SB
17Akane Taira Japan1:12:23
18Mara Yamauchi Great Britain1:12:40
19Letay Nagash Ethiopia1:12:43
20Nina Rillstone New Zealand1:13:03
21Lioudmila Kortchaguina Canada1:13:15
22Sisay Measo Ethiopia1:13:35PB
23Deborah Toniolo Italy1:13:36
24Hayley Haining Great Britain1:13:39
25Susan Partridge Great Britain1:13:49
26Živilė Balčiūnaitė Lithuania1:13:54
27Luminița Talpoș Romania1:14:01
28Nicole Stevenson Canada1:14:26
29Anastasiya Padalinskaya Belarus1:14:26PB
30Alina Ivanova Russia1:14:27
31Vincenza Sicari Italy1:14:33
32Lauren Shelley Australia1:14:36
33Tara Quinn-Smith Canada1:14:58
34Josephine Deemay Tanzania1:15:07
35Christelle Daunay France1:15:27
36Carmen Oliveras France1:15:42
37Ivana Iozzia Italy1:15:46
38Laura Turner United States1:16:11
39Tina Connelly Canada1:16:12
40María Luisa Lárraga Spain1:16:12
41Dolores Pulido Spain1:16:19
42Rosângela Faria Brazil1:16:28
43Jenny Spangler United States1:16:41
44Rosa Barbosa Brazil1:16:48
45María José Pueyo Spain1:16:50
46Stephanie Bylander United States1:16:58
47Yesenia Centeno Spain1:17:48
48Dorothy McMaham United States1:18:44
49Lisa Harvey Canada1:19:03
50Alla Zhilyayeva Russia1:19:25
51Marcella Mancini Italy1:19:30
52Debbie Robinson/Mason Great Britain1:19:32
53Michelle Lafleur United States1:20:36
54Lourdes Cruz Puerto Rico1:22:04
55Nili Avramski Israel1:22:34
56Feri Marince Subnafeu Indonesia1:23:41NR
57Yolanda Mercado Puerto Rico1:25:09
58Kerstin Mennenga Liechtenstein1:25:29
59Vivian Tang Singapore1:26:50NR
60Mable Chiwama Zambia1:28:45
61Tamica Thomas Jamaica1:31:41NR
62Merrecia James Jamaica1:31:54PB
63Chao Fong Leng Macau1:35:08NR
64Mona Mahmoud Egypt1:36:55
Eyerusalem Kuma EthiopiaDNF
Zahia Dahmani FranceDNF
Hafida Gadi-Richard FranceDNF
Arieta Martin JamaicaDNF
Salina Kosgei KenyaDNF
Selenge Avdiigerel MongoliaDNS
Zuleima Amaya VenezuelaDNS

Team Results

Men's

RankCountryTeamTime
1st, gold medalist(s) EthiopiaSileshi Sihine
Abebe Dinkessa
Lishan Yegezu
3:06:18
2nd, silver medalist(s) EritreaYonas Kifle
Yared Asmeron
Tesfayohannes Mesfen
3:07:05
3rd, bronze medalist(s) JapanKazuo Ietani
Takayuki Matsumiya
Takanobu Otsubo
3:08:30
4 QatarMubarak Hassan Shami
Sultan Khamis Zaman
Ahmed Jumaa Jaber
3:08:46
5 KenyaJames Mwangi Macharia
Paul Kimaiyo
Julius Kibet
3:09:32
6 United StatesRyan Shay
Jason Hartmann
Matt Downin
3:11:38
7 South AfricaNorman Dlomo
Sylvester Moleko
Jeffrey Gwebu
3:12:15
8 SpainAntonio Peña
Fernando Rey
Javier Cortés
3:14:56
9 BotswanaKeenetse Moswasi
Kaelo Mosalagae
Ndabili Bashingili
3:17:27
10 UgandaWilson Busienei
Nicolas Kiprono
James Kibet
3:18:47
11 CanadaJeremy Deere
Matthew McInnes
Andrew Smith
3:20:10
12 ChileRaúl Mora
Carlos Jaramillo
Leonidas Rivadeneira
3:21:34
13 IsraelAyele Setegne
Asaf Bimro
Mukat Derbe
3:21:43
14 JamaicaRupert Green
Gregory McKenzie
Andrew Gutzmore
3:41:22
15 Trinidad and TobagoCurtis Cox
Richard Jones
Michael Alexander
3:56:29
 BrazilJosé Souza
José Eloy
Elson Gracioli
DNF

Women's

RankCountryTeamTime
1st, gold medalist(s) RomaniaConstantina Diţă-Tomescu
Mihaela Botezan
Nuța Olaru
3:31:00
2nd, silver medalist(s) RussiaGalina Bogomolova
Lidiya Grigoryeva
Irina Timofeyeva
3:33:05
3rd, bronze medalist(s) JapanTerumi Asoshina
Hiromi Ominami
Yoko Yagi
3:35:42
4 EthiopiaMerima Hashim
Derartu Tulu
Letay Nagash
3:36:04
5 Great BritainMara Yamauchi
Hayley Haining
Susan Partridge
3:40:08
6 CanadaLioudmila Kortchaguina
Nicole Stevenson
Tara Quinn-Smith
3:42:39
7 ItalyDeborah Toniolo
Vincenza Sicari
Ivana Iozzia
3:43:55
8 SpainMaría Luisa Lárraga
Dolores Pulido
María José Pueyo
3:49:21
9 United StatesLaura Turner
Jenny Spangler
Stephanie Bylander
3:49:50
 FranceChristelle Daunay
Carmen Oliveras
Zahia Dahmani
DNF
 JamaicaTamica Thomas
Merrecia James
Arieta Martin
DNF
 KenyaSusan Chepkemei
Caroline Kilel
Salina Kosgei
DNF

Participation

The participation of 156 athletes (87 men/69 women) from 43 countries is reported.[6] Although announced, athletes from  Cambodia,  Palestine, and  Venezuela did not show.

See also

References

  1. ^ Canada selects 10 runners for World Half Marathon, IAAF, September 5, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  2. ^ Gains, Paul (October 1, 2005), Shami's slip gives Joseph Gold, IAAF, retrieved September 9, 2013 
  3. ^ Gains, Paul (October 2, 2005), Fabiano Joseph - World Champion at 19 years old, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  4. ^ Martin, Dave (October 2, 2005), Constantina Tomescu - the Ironwoman from Romania, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  5. ^ Martin, Dave (October 1, 2005), Tomescu wins first Global Title in World Half Marathon, IAAF, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  6. ^ 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 
  7. ^ Half Marathon - M - Results, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  8. ^ Results - 14th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Edmonton, CANADA 01 OCT 2005 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  9. ^ Half Marathon - W - Results, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  10. ^ Results - 14th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Edmonton, CANADA 01 OCT 2005 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  11. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - M, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  12. ^ Results - 14th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Edmonton, CANADA 01 OCT 2005 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  13. ^ Official Team Results Half Marathon - W, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 
  14. ^ Results - 14th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Edmonton, CANADA 01 OCT 2005 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, October 1, 2005, retrieved September 10, 2013 

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