American Ritzenhein creates surprise
Dathan Ritzenhein's bronze medal here today, behind Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele and Kenya's Duncan Lebo in the Men's Junior race at the World Cross Country Championships in Ostend was one of the biggest surprises of this 29th edition of the Championships. - [25.3.2001]
American Ritzenhein creates surprise
Dathan Ritzenhein's bronze medal here today, behind Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele and Kenya's Duncan Lebo in the Men's Junior race at the World Cross Country Championships in Ostend was one of the biggest surprises of this 29th edition of the Championships. - [25.3.2001]
Mourhit gives best possible reward to Belgium
n a masterful show of strength and resistance, Belgiumís Mohammed Mourhit gave the Belgian organisers of the World Cross Country Championships the best possible reward for their efforts as he successfully defended the world cross country title he won in Vilamoura last year - [25.3.2001]
Mourhit gives best possible reward to Belgium
n a masterful show of strength and resistance, Belgiumís Mohammed Mourhit gave the Belgian organisers of the World Cross Country Championships the best possible reward for their efforts as he successfully defended the world cross country title he won in Vilamoura last year - [25.3.2001]
Wami wins third cross country title
Gete Wami showed that she had learned her lessons well from defeat of the previous day when she sprinted past Paula Radcliffe in the final 100 metres to win the IAAF women's short-course cross-country here in Ostend on Sunday. - [25.3.2001]
Wami wins third cross country title
Gete Wami showed that she had learned her lessons well from defeat of the previous day when she sprinted past Paula Radcliffe in the final 100 metres to win the IAAF women's short-course cross-country here in Ostend on Sunday. - [25.3.2001]
Bekele draws inspiration from previous winners
Report from the Men's junior race in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Ostend, Belgium - [25.3.2001]
Bekele draws inspiration from previous winners
Report from the Men's junior race in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Ostend, Belgium - [25.3.2001]
Double trouble ahead
Sonia OíSullivan, the only athlete ever to have won the long and short races at the IAAF World Cross-country Championships, on Saturday suggested that trying to double up successfully in Ostend this year could be too demanding, even for runners of the calibre of Paula Radcliffe and Gete Wami. - [24.3.2001]
Double trouble ahead
Sonia OíSullivan, the only athlete ever to have won the long and short races at the IAAF World Cross-country Championships, on Saturday suggested that trying to double up successfully in Ostend this year could be too demanding, even for runners of the calibre of Paula Radcliffe and Gete Wami. - [24.3.2001]
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