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NIEUWS van September 2002
 
During the night I was not able to communicate, so I spend my time with walking along the loop, had a four hour sleep in my car, and several talks with team managers. A new day, a new view. Jens Lukas is in the lead. He doesn’t show the same as tonight but he is still looking fine compared to the others. The French have many runners in the top of the list, so it seems they will get the team result in front of Russia. Italy is shifted backwards in the men’s team result list. Jens Lukas will probably exceed the 265K, which makes him a good European champion along other previous winners. Edith Berces is doing fine as well. Probably not 240K, but over 235K will be the case for her if noting special happens. Only two hours to go, but in ultramarathon running you never can tell. On paper or the keyboard of my machine it is easy to tell. The runners have to do the real work, which is something completely different.


women
distance after time (pace)
220.204 after 21:54’55 (10.05) Edith Berces (HUN)
211.574 after 21:59’11 ( 9.62) Irina Reutovitch (RUS)
207.259 after 21:58’55 ( 9.43) Veronique Jehanno (FRA)
205.821 after 21:51’10 ( 9.42) Irina Koval (RUS)
194.315 after 21:54’36 ( 8.87) Colette Musy (FRA)
182.808 after 21:55’07 ( 8.34) Christiane Le Cerf (FRA)
179.932 after 21:53’39 ( 8.22) Heike Pawzik (GER)
179.932 after 21:58’48 ( 8.19) Christine Sexti (GER)
174.178 after 21:59’55 ( 7.92) Krisztina Nagy (HUN)
171.302 after 21:46’37 ( 7.87) Nathalie Firmin (FRA open race)
168.425 after 21:54’35 ( 7.69) Erika Soros (HUN)
168.425 after 21:57’58 ( 7.67) Annie Monot (FRA)
161.234 after 21:55’49 ( 7.35) Jutta Jöhring (GER)
158.357 after 18:29’27 ( 8.56) Julia Alter (GER)
156.919 after 18:43’05 ( 8.38) Sharon Gayter (GBR)
...
136.783 after 14:37’33 ( 9.35) Lyudimila Kalinina (FRA)
126.714 after 13:04’10 ( 9.70) Joëlle Semur (FRA)



men
distance after time (pace)
246.093 after 21:54’53 (11.23) Jens Lukas (GER)
243.217 after 21:52’32 (11.12) Alain Prual (FRA)
238.902 after 21:59’31 (10.86) Jean-Pierre Guyomarc’h
236.025 after 21:50’26 (10.81) Lubomir Hrmo (SVK)
228.834 after 21:59’16 (10.41) Mohamed Magroun (FRA)
221.642 after 21:55’07 (10.11) Timour Abzalilov (RUS)
218.766 after 21:55’49 ( 9.98) Loic Lebon (FRA)
215.889 after 21:55’14 ( 9.85) Antonio Mazzeo (ITA)
213.012 after 21:51’45 ( 9.74) Andrei Kazantsev (RUS)
211.574 after 21:59’16 ( 9.62) Emmanuel Conraux (FRA open race)
210.136 after 21:56’59 ( 9.57) Karl Graf (GER)
210.136 after 21:58’09 ( 9.57) Sigurd Dutz (GER)
208.698 after 21:57’39 ( 9.50) Sebastao Ferreira Da Guia (BRA open race)
205.821 after 21:58’28 ( 9.37) Zoltan Kiss (HUN)
202.944 after 21:37’34 ( 9.38) Wim Epskamp (NED)
202.944 after 21:49’02 ( 9.30) Vincenzo Tarascio (ITA)
201.506 after 21:57’57 ( 9.17) Alfons Vekemans (BEL)
200.068 after 21:56’42 ( 9.12) Gerald Dudacy (GER)
198.629 after 21:07’29 ( 9.40) Marco Olmo (ITA)
...
191.438 after 21:49’40 ( 8.77) Sergey Ishmulkin (RUS)


Complete results are available on http://www.chiptiempo.com

Anton Smeets
ton.smeets@ou.nl
 

 
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