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The 3rd IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on September 24, 1994 in Oslo, Norway. A total of 215 athletes, 127 men and 88 women, from 47 countries took part.




Men's Race


Position Competitor Nationality Time
1 Khalid Skah Morocco MAR 1:00:27
2 Germán Silva Mexico MEX 1:00:28
3 Ronaldo da Costa Brazil BRA 1:00:54
4 Godfrey Kiprotich Kenya KEN 1:01:01
5 Shem Kororia Kenya KEN 1:01:16
6 Andrew Masai Kenya KEN 1:01:19
7 Tendai Chimusasa Zimbabwe ZIM 1:01:26
8 Fackson Nkandu Zambia ZAM 1:01:30 (NR)
9 Moses Tanui Kenya KEN 1:01:35
10 Rolando Vera Ecuador ECU 1:01:36
11 Paul Tergat Kenya KEN 1:01:37
12 Martín Pitayo Mexico MEX 1:01:38
13 Bedile Kibret Ethiopia ETH 1:01:40
14 Benjamín Paredes Mexico MEX 1:01:41
15 Carsten Eich Germany GER 1:01:44


Position Team Competitors
1 Kenya Kenya Godfrey Kiprotich (4th)
Shem Kororia (5th)
Andrew Masai (6th)
2 Mexico Mexico Germán Silva (2nd)
Martín Pitayo (12th)
Benjamín Paredes (14th)
3 Morocco Morocco Khalid Skah (1st)
Salah Hissou (18th)
Abdelkadir Mouaziz (34th)

Women's Race


Position Competitor Nationality Time
1 Elana Meyer South Africa RSA 1:08:36 (CR)
2 Iulia Negura Romania ROM 1:09:15
3 Anuţa Cătună Romania ROM 1:09:35
4 Albertina Dias Portugal POR 1:09:57
5 Elena Fidatof Romania ROM 1:10:13
6 Hilde Stavik Norway NOR 1:10:21
7 Brynhild Synstnes Norway NOR 1:10:29
8 Marleen Renders Belgium BEL 1:10:33
9 Adriana Barbu Romania ROM 1:10:38
10 Mari Tanigawa Japan JPN 1:10:43
11 Fatuma Roba Ethiopia ETH 1:10:49
12 Natalya Galushko Belgium BEL 1:11:00
13 Alena Peterková Czech Republic CZE 1:11:02
14 Alla Zhilyayeva Russia RUS 1:11:16
15 Nicole Lévêque France FRA 1:11:54


Position Team Comptetitors
1 Romania Romania Iulia Negura (2nd)
Anuţa Cătună (3rd)
Elena Fidatof (5th)
2 Norway Norway Hilde Stavik (6th)
Brynhild Synstnes (7th)
Grete Kirkeberg (22nd)
3 Japan Japan Mari Tanigawa (10th)
Mineko Watanabe (19th)
Yukari Komatsu (20th)

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