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Men's Senior (10.11km) : Kaya is the king for fourth European gold of the year
12/13/2015 (16:22 00)
Men's Senior (10.11km) : Kaya is the king for fourth European gold of the yearThe last race of the SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Hyères was the longest and toughest, taking in the long loop four times. Not that any of those difficulties seemed to trouble the sensational Turkish star Ali Kaya, who moved from silver last year to gold this time with a wonderful display as he rubber-stamped his distance-running dominance. Races of this standard are normally close affairs, but by 3km Kaya was all out on his own.
Senior Women (8.08km) : Hassan runs away with gold
12/13/2015 (15:12 00)
Senior Women (8.08km) : Hassan runs away with goldSifan Hassan once more showed that she has the ability to handle the greatest of pressure and expectation with a brilliant individual performance at these SPAR European Cross Country Championships. The Dutch 22-year-old is one of the finest young runners in the world. She is the European 1500m champion indoor and out and two years ago in Belgrade she won the under-23 gold at the Eurocross
Under-23 Men (8.08km) : Davies has his Mo moment
12/13/2015 (13:58 00)
Under-23 Men (8.08km) : Davies has his Mo momentJonathan Davies joined elite company today when he won gold in Hyères – the first British man since Mo Farah to take an individual title at the SPAR European Cross Country Championships. Davies used his track speed to power away to victory in the home straight and win by three seconds in 23:32 from Spain’s Carlos Mayo, with Germany’s Amanal Petros, running in his first major championship, in third in 23:39.
Under-23 Women (5.94km) : Carton puts seal on her brilliant winter
12/13/2015 (13:27 00)
Under-23 Women (5.94km) : Carton puts seal on her brilliant winterLouise Carton proved the form book to be right at the SPAR European Cross Country Championships today. The Belgium has been prolific throughout this winter with her successes leading up to this main event and how she delivered. It was close, it meant tactics had to be used to the fore, but Carton ensured she had just enough left to hold off the challenge of the Netherland's Jip Vastenburg, with both women given the same time of 19:46.
Junior Men (5.94km) : Crippa shows his class and it's gold for France too
12/13/2015 (12:54 00)
Junior Men (5.94km) : Crippa shows his class and it's gold for France tooItaly’s Yemaneberhan Crippa produced a brilliantly successful defence of his junior crown at the SPAR European Cross Country Championships in “the best race” of his career as the host nation celebrated gold at the same time. After winning by 15 seconds in Samokov 12 months ago, Crippa, 19, triumphed by six seconds this time from France’s Fabien Palcau, whose performance led his nation to glory here at home in the team event.
Junior Women (4.15km) : Klosterhalfen times her finish to perfection
12/13/2015 (12:44 00)
Junior Women (4.15km) : Klosterhalfen times her finish to perfectionGermany made a brilliant start to the SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Hyères on Sunday - as Konstanze Klosterhalfen led them to individual and team gold. Klosterhalfen, 18, might not have been the name the runners would have worried about most with the presence of her fellow German Alina Reh, the European Junior 3000m and 5000m champion, in the field. But Klosterhalfen had a successful time in Eskilstuna in the summer, too, as she won bronze in the 1500m and now she moved up to the top of the podium.
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