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2005 World Marathon Cup

The 2005 World Marathon Cup was the 11th edition of the World Marathon Cup of athletics and were held in Helsinki, Finland, inside of the 2005 World Championships.[1]

Results

Team men
# Nations Time
1  Japan 6:38:39
2  Kenya 6:46:38
3  Ethiopia 6:52:14
Team women
# Nations Time
1  Kenya 7:12:37
2  Japan 7:16:35
3  United Kingdom 7:27:04
Individual men
# Athlete Time
1st Jaouad Gharib, Morocco 2:10:10
2nd Christopher Isengwe, Tanzania 2:10:21 (PB)
3rd Tsuyoshi Ogata, Japan 2:11:16 (SB)
4 Toshinari Takaoka, Japan 2:11:53
5 Samson Ramadhani, Tanzania 2:12:08 (SB)
6 Alex Malinga, Uganda 2:12:12 (NR)
7 Paul Biwott, Kenya 2:12:39
8 Julio Rey, Spain 2:12:51
9 Brian Sell, United States 2:13:27 (SB)
10 Marilson Gomes dos Santos, Brazil 2:13:40 (SB)
Individual women
# Athlete Time Notes
1st  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 2:20:57 CR
2nd  Catherine Ndereba (KEN) 2:22:01 SB
3rd  Constantina Tomescu (ROM) 2:23:19
4  Derartu Tulu (ETH) 2:23:30 PB
5  Zhou Chunxiu (CHN) 2:24:12
6  Yumiko Hara (JPN) 2:24:20
7  Rita Jeptoo (KEN) 2:24:22 PB
8  Harumi Hiroyama (JPN) 2:25:46
9  Hellen Jemaiyo Kimutai (KEN) 2:26:14 SB
10  Megumi Oshima (JPN) 2:26:29

See also

References

  1. ^ "IAAF WORLD MARATHON CUP". gbrathletics.com. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 

External links

  • IAAF web site
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