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1994 European Cross Country Championships

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1994 European Cross Country Championships

The 1st European Cross Country Championships were held at Alnwick in England on 10 December 1994. Paulo Guerra took the title in the men's competition and Catherina McKiernan won the women's race.


Men individual 9.5 km

Pos. Runners Time
Paulo Guerra 27:43
Domingos Castro 27:59
Antonio Serrano 28:03
4. José Carlos Adán 28:06
5. Abdellah Béhar 28:08
6. Luca Barzaghi 28:10
7. José Manuel García 28:11
8. António Pinto 28:12
9. Alberto Maravilha 28:13
10. Mustapha Essaïd 28:19

Total 103 competitors

Men teams

Pos. Team Points
Paulo Guerra
Domingos Castro
António Pinto
Alberto Maravilha
Antonio Serrano
José Carlos Adán
José Manuel García
Alejandro Gómez
Abdellah Béhar
Mustapha Essaïd
Mohamed Ezzher
Bertrand Frechard
4. United Kingdom 77
5. Italy 84
6. Netherlands 132
7. Russia 146
8. Ireland 152

Total 21 teams

Women individual 4.5 km

Pos. Runners Time
Catherina McKiernan 14:29
Julia Vaquero 14:30
Elena Fidatov 14:43
4. Alla Zhilyaeva 14:45
5. Maria Rebelo 14:46
6. Fernanda Ribeiro 14:47
7. Mariana Chirila-Stanoscu 14:48
8. Lieve Slegers 14:49
9. Blandine Bitzner-Ducret 14:50
10. Tamara Koba 14:51

Total 77 competitors

Women teams

Pos. Team Points
Elena Fidatov
Mariana Chirila-Stanoscu
Margareta Keszeg
Maria Rebelo
Blandine Bitzner-Ducret
Farida Fates
Fernanda Ribeiro
Carla Sacramento
Ana Dias
4. Spain 45
5. Italy 62
6. Belgium 64
7. Russia 73
8. Ireland 75

Total 17 teams


  1. ^ Yleisurheilu 1995. 1995. ISSN 0512-8005. 

External links

  • Database containing all results between 1994-2007
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