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2011 15th European Cup 10000 m - Oslo

 

04/06/2011 Oslo

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Portugal double victory at the European Cup 10000m

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Portugal's Sara Moreira won the women's race clocking
31:39:11 at the European Cup 10000m in Oslo on
Saturday.

Surprisingly hot conditions couldn’t stop Youssef El Kalai and Sara Moreira providing Portugal with individual victories in both the men’s and women’s races at the 15th European Cup 10000m in Oslo on Saturday.

El Kalai, the 2010 SPAR European Cross Country Championships bronze medallist, came home in 28:20.03 to take just over 10 seconds off his previous best.

He moved away from Spain's Chema Martinez, the 2002 European Athletics Championships 10000m gold medallist and twice a Cup winner, on the last lap and the latter had to settle for second place on this occasion.

Martinez, who also took the marathon silver medal in front of friends and family at the European Athletics Championships in Barcelona last summer, came home in 28:24.16.

A distant third, although he will be pleased with his first serious track outing in four years, especially considering the difficult conditions, was Germany’s 2005 European Athletics U23 Championships 10000m silver medallist Andre Pollmächer in 28:39.57.

With three men under 29 minutes, the only nation to achieve that feat, Spain ran out relatively easy winners in the men’s team contest with an aggregate time of 1:26:04.89. Martinez was helped to his second trip to the podium by Rafael Iglesias and Pablo Villlalobos, who finished fourth and eighth respectively.

It was Spain’s first men’s team win since 2007 but their seventh in 15 editions of the Cup.

Overall, there were 36 finishers from 45 starters in the two races, excluding the Kenyan pacemakers, but some notable non-finishers, clearly deciding that the day was not conducive to fast times, included France’s Abdellatif Meftah and Driss El Himer; two of the four men – along with Martinez and Pollmächer – who have run under 28 minutes in their careers.

However, despite two of their top men dropping out, last year’s winner’s France did mange to take the team silver medals with a time of 1:27:51.97 while Portugal were third with 1:28:16.51.

Turkey’s 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships 1500m silver medallist Kemal Koyuncu and Portugal’s Rui Pedro Silva were also among the nine men who failed to make it to the line.

Moreira started as one of the favourites for the women’s race, especially after the sad late withdrawal of her compatriot and 2010 SPAR European Cross Country Championships winner Jessica Augusto following to the death of her father, and fulfilled pundits’ predictions that she was going to do well.

After finishing third in last year’s Cup in Marseille, when she ran a personal best of 31:26.55, this year nothing less than first was going to be satisfactory and the 5000m bronze medallist from Barcelona last summer delivered when she triumphed in 31:39.11.

10.000 m Men 4 June 2011 Oslo NOR
1 Youssef El Kalai POR 1 Mar 81 28.20.03 PB
2 José Manuel Martínez ESP 22 Oct 71 28.24.16 SB
3 André Pollmächer GER 22 Mar 83 28.39.57 SB
4 Rafael Iglesias ESP 5 Jul 79 28.41.61 PB
5 Sondre Nordstad Moen NOR 12 Jan 91 28.43.90
6 Khalid Choukoud NED 23 Mar 86 28.53.63 SB
7 Sindre Buraas NOR 8 May 89 28.56.46 PB
8 Pablo Villalobos ESP 20 May 78 28.59.12 SB
9 Patrick Stitzinger NED 25 Aug 81 29.01.73
10 Stéphane Lefrand FRA 15 Jun 83 29.02.06
11 Stsiapan Rahautsou BLR 29 May 86 29.05.58 SB
12 Denis Mayaud FRA 22 Apr 86 29.07.44
13 Tasama Moogas ISR 2 Feb 88 29.08.71
14 Marcin Chabowski POL 28 May 86 29.11.35 SB
15 Andrey Safronov RUS 16 Dec 85 29.25.79
16 Mokhtar Benhari FRA 22 May 74 29.42.47 SB
17 Luís Pinto POR 9 Nov 75 29.48.23
18 David Solis ESP 22 Dec 81 29.58.59
19 Tiago Costa POR 8 Aug 88 30.08.25
Ricardo Serrano ESP 29 Oct 80 DNF
Jussi Utriainen FIN 28 Nov 78 DNF
Abdellatif Meftah FRA 3 Jan 82 DNF
Driss El Himer FRA 4 Apr 74 DNF
Musa Roba-Kinkal GER 16 Aug 89 DNF
Joseph Sweeney IRL 17 Oct 85 DNF
José Rocha POR 6 Jul 76 DQ IAAF Rule 32.2.a DNF
Rui Pedro Silva POR 6 May 81 DNF
Kemal Koyuncu TUR 25 Jan 85 DNF
Race B
1 Fatih Bilgiç TUR 1 Jun 85 29.04.02 PB
2 Milan Kocourek CZE 6 Dec 87 29.09.64 SB
3 Francesco Bona ITA 19 Dec 83 29.35.62 SB
4 Tamás Kovács HUN 18 Sep 83 29.36.57 PB
5 Fredrik Uhrbom SWE 13 Aug 77 29.45.31 SB
6 Bekir Karayel TUR 10 May 82 30.00.88 PB
7 Djamel Bachiri FRA 22 May 77 30.10.80
8 Florent Caelen BEL 1 Mar 89 30.17.56
9 Jiří Homoláč CZE 25 Feb 90 30.18.68 SB
10 Taivo Püi EST 4 Jun 81 30.20.41 SB
11 Primož Kobe SLO 23 May 81 30.22.76
12 Erkan Kuş TUR 5 Oct 88 30.27.13 PB
13 Gary Thornton IRL 29 Jul 79 30.42.99
14 Lander Van Droogenbroeck BEL 27 Sep 83 30.50.33 SB
15 Jan Kreisinger CZE 16 Sep 84 31.07.25
16 Asbjørn Ellefsen Persen NOR 19 May 87 31.48.78 SB
17 Dimcho Mitsov BUL 28 Jan 88 31.58.79 SB
Team Results, Men
RkTeamMark
1 ESP 1:26:04.89
2 POR 1:28:16.51
3 FRA 1:28:20.30
4 NOR 1:29:29.14
5 TUR 1:29:32.03
6 CZE 1:30:35.57
Team Results, Women
RkTeamMark
1 ITA 1:37:50.58
2 POR 1:39:17.61
3 BLR 1:39:53.55
4 ESP 1:40:12.26
10.000 m Women 4 June 2011 Oslo NOR
1 Sara Moreira POR 17 Oct 85 31.39.11 SB
2 Christelle Daunay FRA 5 Dec 74 31.44.84 SB
3 Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER 6 Dec 80 31.57.23
4 Helen Clitheroe GBR 2 Jan 74 32.11.29 PB
5 Nadia Ejjafini ITA 8 Nov 77 32.14.63 SB
6 Krisztina Papp HUN 17 Dec 82 32.36.32 SB
7 Sviatlana Kudzelich BLR 7 May 87 32.40.61 PB
8 Rosaria Console ITA 17 Dec 79 32.47.70 PB
9 Elena Romagnolo ITA 5 Oct 82 32.48.25 SB
10 Christine Bardelle FRA 16 Aug 74 32.59.31 SB
11 Mary Cullen IRL 17 Aug 82 33.02.74 SB
12 Isabel Checa ESP 27 Dec 82 33.17.13
13 Lidia Rodríguez ESP 26 May 86 33.20.57 SB
14 Sviatlana Kouhan BLR 10 Aug 80 33.24.68 SB
15 Federica Dal Ri ITA 25 Sep 80 33.25.20 SB
16 Iwona Lewandowska POL 19 Feb 85 33.33.52 SB
17 Vanessa Veiga ESP 20 Jul 79 33.34.56 PB
18 Diana Lobacevske LTU 7 Aug 80 33.35.23 SB
19 Andrea Mayr AUT 15 Oct 79 33.35.71 PB
20 Mónica Silva POR 25 Nov 83 33.42.36
21 Volha Minina BLR 3 Nov 85 33.48.26 SB
22 Doroteia Peixoto POR 7 Oct 83 33.56.14
23 Christina Bus Holth NOR 22 Apr 80 34.15.31 PB
24 Nastassia Ivanova BLR 4 Nov 82 34.16.83
25 Laila Soufyane ITA 4 Aug 83 34.25.47
26 Filomena Costa POR 22 Feb 85 35.29.16
Sandra Schenkel BEL 20 Aug 86 DNF
Xenia Luxem BEL 5 Sep 82 DNF
Estela Navascues ESP 3 Feb 81 DNF
Silvia Weissteiner ITA 13 Jul 79 DNF
Dulce Félix POR 23 Oct 82 DNF
Ümmü Kiraz TUR 27 Sep 82 33.14.14 DQ IAAF Rule 32.2.b 33.14.14
Bahar Doğan TUR 2 Sep 74 33.19.71 DQ IAAF Rule 32.2.b 33.19.71
Rk
 TeamGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 POR 2 0 0 2
2 FRA 0 1 0 1
2 ESP 0 1 0 1
4 GER 0 0 2 2

RkCountryGoldSilverBronze4th5th6th7th8thPoints
1 POR 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16
2 ESP 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 13
3 GER 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 12
4 FRA 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7
5 NOR 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6
6 ITA 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5
6 GBR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5
8 NED 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3
8 HUN 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3
10 BLR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

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