33rd IAAF World Cross Country Championships - NEWSLETTER
On March 19 and 20, 2005, the 33rd IAAF Cross-Country World Championships
2005-02-02The world championship event organised by the IAAF for the longest time is the IAAF Cross-Country World Championship. On March 19 and 20, 2005, the 33rd IAAF Cross-Country World Championships will take place in St Etienne - St. Galmier/France.
The 21-year-old Ethiopian won both distances in Brussels for the 3rd time in a row
The 32nd World Championships took place last year in Brussels, with Kenenisa Bekele triumphing. He continued his unique series of victories there: the 21-year-old Ethiopian won both distances for the 3rd time in a row, and the Australian Benita Johnson shocked the African womens favourites.
Following the German Cross-Country Championships in December in Bremen and the European 11th EAA-Cross-Country Championships afterwards (december 12th, 2004)in Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom, the top middle and long distance runners in the world are preparing for the highlight of the winter season.
The following is the first NEWSLETTER by the IAAF for the world championships in France. We we also be accompanying the German male and female runners through their preparations for the cross-country highlights.
DLV and Uhlemann
By the way, there was only one German female athlete at the start in Brussels in 2004. This year, the Cross-Country representative of the DLV (German Athletics Association), Detlef Uhlemann, will be making the journey to the Cross-Country World Championships with a larger team.
We are happy to issue you with the first edition of the Newsletter for the 33rd World Cross Country Championships – which will be held from 19 to 20 March 2005 at St Etienne –St Galmier in France.
The next edition will be issued on 15 February.
Nous sommes heureux de vous proposer le 1 er numéro de la News letter des 33 èmes Championnats du Monde de Cross Country – qui se dérouleront du 19 au 20 mars prochain à St Etienne –St Galmier en France. Prochain numéro le 15 février.
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A très bientôt.
See you soon.
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