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2012 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_IAAF_World_Half_Marathon_Championships
Updated: 2016-04-02T17:32Z
2012 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
Whmc logo 2012.png
Host cityKavarna, Dobrich, Bulgaria Bulgaria
Nations participating41
Athletes participating146
Events2
Dates6 October 2012
Race length21.0975 km
(13.1 mi)
2010 Nanning2014 Copenhagen  >

The 2012 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held in Kavarna, Bulgaria on 6 October 2012.[1]

Detailed reports on the event and an appraisal of the results were given.[2][3][4]

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


Medallists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Individual
Men Zersenay Tadese (ERI)1:00:19 Deressa Chimsa (ETH)1:00:51 John Nzau Mwangangi (KEN)1:01:01
Women Meseret Hailu (ETH)1:08:55 Feyse Tadese (ETH)1:08:56 Paskalia Chepkorir Kipkoech (KEN)1:09:04
Team
Men Kenya3:03:52 Eritrea3:04:41 Ethiopia3:05:43
Women Ethiopia3:27:52 Kenya3:28:39 Japan3:34:45

Race results

Men's

Individual
RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
Gold medal icon.svgZersenay Tadese Eritrea1:00:19
Silver medal icon.svgDeressa Chimsa Ethiopia1:00:51PB
Bronze medal icon.svgJohn Nzau Mwangangi Kenya1:01:01
4Pius Maiyo Kirop Kenya1:01:11
5Stephen Kosgei Kibet Kenya1:01:40
6Eliud Kipchoge Kenya1:01:52
7Jackson Kiprop Uganda1:02:05
8Stephen Mokoka South Africa1:02:06
9Tewelde Estifanos ERI1:02:10SB
10Kiflom Sium ERI1:02:12SB
11Belay Assefa ETH1:02:17
12Robert Kajuga RWA1:02:22
13Mulue Andom ERI1:02:23
14Giovani dos Santos BRA1:02:32
15Augustus Maiyo USA1:02:33PB
16Habtamu Assefa ETH1:02:35
17Luke Puskedra USA1:02:46
18Gladwin Mzazi RSA1:03:46
19Nathan Ayeko UGA1:03:54
20Jean Damascéne Habarurema FRA1:03:59
21Yuki Kawauchi JPN1:04:04
22Cyriaque Ndayikengurukiye RWA1:04:05PB
23Liam Adams AUS1:04:08
24Harry Summers AUS1:04:13
25Debesay Tsige ERI1:04:15PB
26Solomon Mutai UGA1:04:21
27James Kibocha Theuri FRA1:04:33
28Ian Burrell USA1:04:37
29Tsuyoshi Ugachi JPN1:04:49SB
30Alebachew Debas ETH1:04:52
31Benjamin Malaty FRA1:05:17
32Tilahun Aliyev AZE1:05:34NR
33Jaume Leiva ESP1:05:36
34Paul Pollock IRL1:05:38
35Naoki Okamoto JPN1:05:40
36Scott Smith USA1:05:46
37Javier Díaz ESP1:06:06
38Jean Marie Uwajeneza RWA1:06:07PB
39Andrey Petrov UZB1:06:16
40Wissem Hosni TUN1:06:34SB
41Raúl Machacuay PER1:06:38SB
42Stéphane Lefrand FRA1:06:38
43Artur Kozłowski POL1:06:47SB
44Abdi Hakin Ulad DEN1:06:53PB
45Constantino León PER1:06:58
46Djamel Bachiri FRA1:07:03SB
47Godiraone Nthompe BOT1:07:14SB
48Rapula Diphoko BOT1:07:17SB
49Modike Lucky Mohale RSA1:07:17
50Chang Chia-Che TPE1:07:21SB
51Clinton Perrett AUS1:07:31
52Carlos Cordero MEX1:07:42
53Sylvain Rukundo RWA1:07:44
54Kristof Shaanika NAM1:07:55PB
55Oscar Cerón MEX1:07:56
56Francisco Caluvi ANG1:08:19
57Yolo Nikolov BUL1:08:32PB
58Chihiro Miyawaki JPN1:08:33
59Michael Eaton USA1:08:52
60Daniel Vargas MEX1:08:56
61Johan Damkjaer DEN1:09:01
62Peter Bech DEN1:09:13
63José Francisco Chaves CRC1:09:27
64Su Guoxiong CHN1:09:58SB
65Ulrik Heitmann Jensen DEN1:09:59
66Dimcho Mitsov BUL1:11:11SB
67Masato Kihara JPN1:11:31
68Gi Ka Man HKG1:11:35
69Alfonzo Paula Acosta DOM1:11:44PB
70Shaban Mustafa BUL1:12:02SB
71Boris Simonov ARM1:12:07PB
72Rui Yong Soh SIN1:12:12PB
73Ilir Kellezi ALB1:13:59SB
74Sangay Wangchuk BHU1:15:19NR
75Franco Forestier URU1:15:33
76Yordan Petrov BUL1:18:47
77Nikola Mikulic CRO1:25:50
78Weng U Chan MAC1:26:03PB
Gilmar Lopes BRADNF
José Márcio da Silva BRADNF
Philemon Kimeli Limo KENDNF
Raji Assefa ETHDNF
Jhon Cusi PERDNF
Aleksandar Kiradjiev MKDDNF
Luis Fernando Paula BRADNF
Hristo Stefanov BULDNF

Women's

Individual
RankAthleteNationalityTimeNotes
Gold medal icon.svgMeseret Hailu Ethiopia1:08:55PB
Silver medal icon.svgFeyse Tadese Ethiopia1:08:56SB
Bronze medal icon.svgPaskalia Chepkorir Kipkoech Kenya1:09:04
4Lydia Cheromei Kenya1:09:13
5Emebt Etea Ethiopia1:10:01PB
6Pauline Njeri Kahenya Kenya1:10:22
7Gemma Steel United Kingdom1:11:09PB
8Tomomi Tanaka Japan1:11:09
9Mai Ito JPN1:11:25
10Caryl Jones GBR1:11:52PB
11Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER1:12:04SB
12Asami Kato JPN1:12:11
13Maegan Krifchin USA1:12:29
14Lara Tamsett AUS1:12:58SB
15Yoko Miyauchi JPN1:13:00
16René Kalmer RSA1:13:16
17Derbe Godana ETH1:13:16PB
18Adriana Nelson USA1:13:30SB
19Kayo Sugihara JPN1:13:36
20Karolina Jarzynska POL1:13:45
21Priscah Jepleting Cherono KEN1:13:55
22Susan Partridge GBR1:13:55
23Azucena Díaz ESP1:14:05SB
24Carmen Oliveras FRA1:14:28SB
25Shalane Flanagan USA1:14:41
26Sara Prieto MEX1:15:03PB
27Tonya Nero TRI1:15:13NR
28Nyakisi Adero UGA1:15:26SB
29Zhang Jingxia CHN1:15:51PB
30Peninah Jerop Arusei KEN1:15:55
31Magali Bernard FRA1:16:25
32Michelle Frey USA1:16:55
33Alvina Begay USA1:16:58
34Eden Tesfalem ERI1:17:01SB
35Marisol Romero MEX1:17:17SB
36Sueli Silva BRA1:17:31
37Nolene Conrad RSA1:17:51
38Xiao Huimiin CHN1:18:16PB
39Sirlene de Pinho BRA1:18:30
40Lavinia Haitope NAM1:18:36PB
41Adriana da Luz BRA1:18:44
42Amira Ben Amor TUN1:19:01
43Selam Abere ETH1:19:09PB
44Maritza Arenas MEX1:19:25
45Lene Hjelmsø DEN1:19:32
46Christine Kalmer RSA1:19:40
47Anne Holm Baumeister DEN1:20:04
48Rozelaine Silva BRA1:20:53
49Rocío Cántara PER1:21:07
50Matea Matosevic CRO1:21:33
51Anita Krasteva BUL1:21:56PB
52Cristina Alexandra Frumuz ROU1:22:42
53Sitora Hamidova UZB1:23:12
54Hui QiHui Qi SIN1:23:16NR
55Silviya Danekova BUL1:24:07
56Iveta Bonova BUL1:25:02PB
57Chow Chi Ngan HKG1:29:02SB
58Cynthia Ruiz PER1:29:12
59Lap Ian Chang MAC1:39:55PB
Andreina De La Rosa DOMDNF
Patricia Morceli Bühler  SUIDNS

Team results

Men's

Team
RankCountryTeamTime
Gold medal icon.svg KenyaJohn Nzau Mwangangi
Pius Maiyo Kirop
Stephen Kosgei Kibet
3:03:52
Silver medal icon.svg EritreaZersenay Tadese
Tewelde Estifanos
Kiflom Sium
3:04:41
Bronze medal icon.svg EthiopiaDeressa Chimsa
Belay Assefa
Habtamu Assefa
3:05:43
4 United StatesAugustus Maiyo
Luke Puskedra
Ian Burrell
3:09:56
5 UgandaJackson Kiprop
Nathan Ayeko
Solomon Mutai
3:10:20
6 RwandaRobert Kajuga
Cyriaque Ndayikengurukiye
Jean Marie Uwajeneza
3:12:34
7 South AfricaStephen Mokoka
Gladwin Mzazi
Modike Lucky Mohale
3:13:09
8 FranceJean Damascéne Habarurema
James Kibocha Theuri
Benjamin Malaty
3:13:49
9 JapanYuki Kawauchi
Tsuyoshi Ugachi
Naoki Okamoto
3:14:33
10 AustraliaLiam Adams
Harry Summers
Clinton Perrett
3:15:52
11 MexicoCarlos Cordero
Oscar Cerón
Daniel Vargas
3:24:34
12 DenmarkAbdi Hakin Ulad
Johan Damkjaer
Peter Bech
3:25:07
13 BulgariaYolo Nikolov
Dimcho Mitsov
Shaban Mustafa
3:31:45

Women's

Team
RankCountryTeamTime
Gold medal icon.svg EthiopiaMeseret Hailu
Feyse Tadese
Emebt Etea
3:27:52
Silver medal icon.svg KenyaPaskalia Chepkorir Kipkoech
Lydia Cheromei
Pauline Njeri Kahenya
3:28:39
Bronze medal icon.svg JapanTomomi Tanaka
Mai Ito
Asami Kato
3:34:45
4 United KingdomGemma Steel
Caryl Jones
Susan Partridge
3:36:56
5 United StatesMaegan Krifchin
Adriana Nelson
Shalane Flanagan
3:40:40
6 South AfricaRené Kalmer
Nolene Conrad
Christine Kalmer
3:50:47
7 MexicoSara Prieto
Marisol Romero
Maritza Arenas
3:51:45
8 BrazilSueli Silva
Sirlene de Pinho
Adriana da Luz
3:54:45
9 BulgariaAnita Krasteva
Silviya Danekova
Iveta Bonova
4:11:05

Participation

An unofficial count yields the participation of 146 athletes from 41 countries. Although announced, athletes from   Switzerland did not show.

See also

References

  1. ^ "2012 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships Results". IAAF. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  2. ^ FLASH - Tadese claims fifth title, Hailu the upset women’s winner in Kavarna – World Half Marathon Championships, IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  3. ^ Ramsak, Bob (October 6, 2012), With dominating run, Tadese takes fifth title in Kavarna - Men’s race Report – World Half Marathon Championships, IAAF, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  4. ^ Ramsak, Bob (October 6, 2012), Hailu surprises in Kavarna - Women’s race Report – World Half Marathon Championships, IAAF, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  5. ^ IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna (BUL) - 6 October 2012 - RESULTS - Half Marathon Men (PDF), IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  6. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna, BULGARIA 06 OCT 2012 - Half Marathon - men, IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  7. ^ IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna (BUL) - 6 October 2012 - RESULTS - Half Marathon Women (PDF), IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  8. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna, BULGARIA 06 OCT 2012 - Half Marathon - women, IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  9. ^ IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna (BUL) - 6 October 2012 - Team Standings - Half Marathon Men (PDF), IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  10. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna, BULGARIA 06 OCT 2012 - Half Marathon - men - team, IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  11. ^ IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna (BUL) - 6 October 2012 - Team Standings - Half Marathon Women (PDF), IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 
  12. ^ Results - IAAF World Half Marathon Championships - Kavarna, BULGARIA 06 OCT 2012 - Half Marathon - women - team, IAAF, October 6, 2012, retrieved September 12, 2013 

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