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The 4th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships was held on October 1, 1995 in MontbéliardBelfort, France. A total of 243 athletes, 147 men and 96 women, from 54 countries took part.




Men's Race


Position Competitor Nationality Time
1 Moses Tanui Kenya KEN 1:01:45
2 Paul Yego Kenya KEN 1:01:46
3 Charles Tangus Kenya KEN 1:01:50
4 Antonio Serrano Spain ESP 1:01:56
5 Josia Thugwane South Africa RSA 1:02:28
6 Delmir dos Santos Brazil BRA 1:02:32
7 Herder Vázquez Colombia COL 1:02:32
8 Nobuyuki Sato Japan JPN 1:02:36
9 Yoshifumi Miyamoto Japan JPN 1:02:38
10 Joaquim Pinheiro Portugal POR 1:02:40
11 Bartolomé Serrano Spain ESP 1:02:41
12 Vincenzo Modica Italy ITA 1:02:48
13 Danilo Goffi Italy ITA 1:02:49
14 Oleg Strizhakov Russia RUS 1:02:54
15 Giacomo Leone Italy ITA 1:02:54


Position Team Competitors
1 Kenya Kenya Moses Tanui (1st)
Paul Yego (2nd)
Charles Tangus (3rd)
2 Spain Spain Antonio Serrano (4th)
Bartolomé Serrano (11th)
Pablo Sierra (19th)
3 Italy Italy Vincenzo Modica (12th)
Danilo Goffi (13th)
Giacomo Leone (15th)

Women's Race


Position Competitor Nationality Time
1 Valentina Yegorova Russia RUS 1:09:58
2 Cristina Pomacu Romania ROM 1:10:22
3 Anuţa Cătună Romania ROM 1:10:28
4 Colleen De Reuck South Africa RSA 1:10:34
5 Alla Zhilyaeva Russia RUS 1:10:39
6 Elena Fidatof Romania ROM 1:10:39
7 Ana Isabel Alonso Spain ESP 1:10:43
8 Zahia Dahmani France FRA 1:11:28
9 Maura Viceconte Italy ITA 1:11:32
10 Rocío Ríos Spain ESP 1:11:42
11 Aurica Buia Romania ROM 1:11:44
12 Kamila Gradus Poland POL 1:11:45
13 Marleen Renders Belgium BEL 1:11:52
14 Lynn Doering United States USA 1:11:54
15 Carmen Fuentes Spain ESP 1:12:01


Position Team Comptetitors
1 Romania Romania Cristina Pomacu (2nd)
Anuţa Cătună (3rd)
Elena Fidatof (6th)
2 Russia Russia Valentina Yegorova (1st)
Alla Zhilyaeva (5th)
Firiya Sultanova (17th)
3 Spain Spain Ana Isabel Alonso (7th)
Rocío Ríos (10th)
Carmen Fuentes (15th)

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