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Mohammed Mourhit wins in VilamouraBelgian triumph Mourhit ends Tergat’s five-year reign
19 March 2000 - Paul Tergat's five-year reign as the World Cross Country champion was ended by Belgium's Mohammed Mourhit as he became the first European to triumph since Carlos Lopes in 1985. More>>>

Confidence was the key...Mohammed Mourhit explains his success
Mohamed Mourhit has been an almost instant success for his adopted country. For his first major championships in a Belgian vest in Seville last year he finished third in the World Championship 5000m. Today, he went on to win gold and end Paul Tergat's extraordinary winning streak. More>>>

Dulecha crosses the finish line first to take the 4km titleDulecha takes the title at the last moment
19 March 2000 - The women's 4km produced the best finish of the weekend when Ethiopia's Kutre Dulecha overtook three tiring runners in the final straight to snatch the title - literally on the finish line. The first three finishers were given the same time, with Britain's Paula Radcliffe just a second behind in fourth, a day after she finished fifth in the long course race. More>>>

The Kenyan medallists of the men's junior race in VilamouraKenya reigns supreme in the Junior Men's Race
19 March 2000 - Robert Kipchumba may have been the man with the gold medal hung around his neck but the junior men's race was more of a demonstration of Kenyan superiority of the art of cross country running. More>>>

Tulu regains World Cross Crown
18 March 2000 - Vilamoura, Portugal - Derartu Tulu reclaimed her crown as the sport's finest female distance runner as she pulled off a stunning victory in the World Cross Country Championships here. More>>>

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