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1999 World Marathon Cup


1999 World Marathon Cup

The 1999 World Marathon Cup was the eighth edition of the World Marathon Cup of athletics and were held in Seville, Spain, inside of the 1999 World Championships.[1]


Team men
# Nations Time
1  Italy 6:45:16
2  Japan 6:45:42
3  Ethiopia 6:50:11
Team women
# Nations Time
1  Japan 7:27:52
2  Romania 7:37:37
3  Germany 7:35:41
Individual men
# Athlete Time
1st  Abel Antón (ESP) 2:13:36
2nd  Vincenzo Modica (ITA) 2:14:03
3rd  Nobuyuki Sato (JPN) 2:14:07
4  Luis Novo (POR) 2:14:27
5  Danilo Goffi (ITA) 2:14:50
6  Atsushi Fujita (JPN) 2:15:45
7  Koji Shimizu (JPN) 2:15:50
8  Martín Fiz (ESP) 2:16:17
9  Simon Biwott (KEN) 2:16:20
10  Daniele Caimmi (ITA) 2:16:23
Individual women
# Athlete Time
1st  Jong Song-Ok (PRK) 2:26:59 NR
2nd  Ari Ichihashi (JPN) 2:27:02
3rd  Lidia Simon (ROM) 2:27:41
4  Fatuma Roba (ETH) 2:28:04
5  Elfenesh Alemu (ETH) 2:28:52
6  Sonja Krolik (GER) 2:28:55
7  Manuela Machado (POR) 2:29:11
8  Kayoko Obata (JPN) 2:29:11
9  Claudia Dreher (GER) 2:29:22
10  Kim Chang-Ok (PRK) 2:29:26

See also


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

External links

  • IAAF web site
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