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Results BOclassic Bolzano 2022

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Information, startlists and results from BOclassic Bolzano December 31 2022.

Publisert 31. desember 2022 i Resultater

BOclassic Bolzano 2022

Date

December 31

Place

Bolzano – Italia

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History

How it all began…

What can one do to make the winter period shorter and more interesting in terms of sport events? This is the question the Runners Club Bolzano tried to answer in 1974. So far, many cross competitions have been organised, but no middle distance running races or meetings at all.
Then, a small group headed by Dr. Josef Mulser, Hans Pircher and Dr. Günther Andergassen organised the first New Year’s Eve Run in Bozen. The idea for this event, the first in Europe of its kind, was inspired by the famous New Year’s Eve Run in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The first event was very successful and organised for male athletes only. Subsequently, a few events later, women were also involved.
At first, approximately 100 participants came from Europe alone. Today, athletes come from all over the place, including Africa and Russia, and join the European elite. At the start, there was no prize money involved, but athletes received free accommodation in town. As the event grew larger, South Tyrolean sponsors such as Seebacher, Reinstadler, the Oberdorfer family and various wine cellars, began to support the event. The costs have increased consistently each year, and so did the needs of the entire organisation of the event, which originally was managed by only three people: Dr. Günther Andergassen, Dr. Gerhard Brandstätter and Toni Stampfer. At a later stage, a special committee had to be created for this purpose.
The original 15 km route was reduced to 10 km, although maintaining the same characteristics. Start and finish line have always been in the main Waltherplatz. Only a few times, changes had been made due to road works.
Time records have also improved over the years. The first winners were European athletes like Putemanns from Belgium, as well as Cova, Panetta and Antibo from Italy. The best South Tyrolean runner is still Christian Leuprecht, having gained the third position.
In the meantime, things have changed! Hans Pircher, the coach of the Bozen Runners’ Club says, that in the old days, the New Year’s Eve athletes would run up to the Seiser Alm and dash through the snow on bare feet. It’s hardly imaginable that something like this would happen today….

The original 15 km route was reduced to 10 km, although maintaining the same characteristics. Start and finish line have always been in the main Waltherplatz. Only a few times, changes had been made due to road works.

Time records have also improved over the years. The first winners were European athletes like Putemanns from Belgium, as well as Cova, Panetta and Antibo from Italy. The best South Tyrolean runner is still Christian Leuprecht, having gained the third position.

In the meantime, things have changed! Hans Pircher, the coach of the Bozen Runners’ Club says, that in the old days, the New Year’s Eve athletes would run up to the Seiser Alm and dash through the snow on bare feet. It’s hardly imaginable that something like this would happen today….

Previous winners:

Worku Tadese Gebresilase (ETH) 28:18 2021 Dawid Sayaum (ETH) 15:22*
Oscar Chelimo (UGA) 13:17 2020
men 5k
women 10k
Margaret Kipkemboi (KEN) 30:43
Eyob Ghebrehiwet Faniel (ITA) 28:21 2019 Margaret Kipkemboi (KEN) 15:30*
Tamirat Tola (ETH) – 2 28:12 2018 Netsanet Gudeta (ETH) – 2 15:46
Muktar Edris (ETH) 28:45 2017 Agnes Tirop(KEN) 15:30*
Muktar Edris (ETH) 28:52 2016 Agnes Tirop(KEN) 15:44
Tamirat Tola 28:28 2015 Netsanet Gudeta 15:57
Muktar Edris (ETH) 29:07 2014 Janet Kisa (KEN) 15:49
Imane Merga (ETH) – 3
28:43
2013 Maryam Jamal (BRN)
16:00
Imane Merga (ETH) – 2
29:12
2012 Sylvia Kibet (KEN) – 2
16:21
Edwin Soi (KEN) – 4
28:16
2011 Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN) – 2
16:03
Imane Merga (ETH)
28:32
2010 Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN)
15:52
Edwin Soi (KEN) – 3
28:44
2009 Gedo Sule Utura (ETH)
16:11
Edwin Soi (KEN) – 2
28:55
2008 Gulnara Samitova-G. (RUS)
15:59
Edwin Soi (KEN)
28:50
2007  Sylvia Kibet (KEN)

16:01

Abderrahim Goumri (MAR)

28:34

2006

Aniko Kalovics (HUN)

15:44

Abebe Negera Dinkesa (ETH)

28:38

2005

Isabelle Ochichi (KEN)

15:53

Sergey Lebid (UKR) – 5

28:23

2004

Birhane Adere (ETH) – 4

16:14

Sergey Lebid (UKR) – 4

28:36

2003

Birhane Adere (ETH) – 3

15:49

Sergey Lebid UKR) – 3

29:02

2002

Birhane Adere (ETH) – 2

15:50

Sergey Lebid (UKR) – 2

28:41

2001

Susan Chepkemei (KEN)

16:26

John Cheruiyot Korir (KEN)

28:27

2000

Merima Denboba (ETH) 2

16:08

Sergey Lebid (UKR)

28:24

1999

Getenesh Wami (ETH)

15:50

Paul Kosgei (KEN)

28:10

1998

Merima Denboba (ETH)

15:44

Bernard Barmasai (KEN)

28:08

1997

Birhane Adere (ETH)

16:02

Daniel Komen (KEN)

28:37

1996

Tegla Loroupe (KEN) – 3

16:14

Shem Kororia (KEN) – 2

28:19

1995

Tegla Loroupe (KEN) – 2

15:49

Shem Kororia (KEN)

28:33

1994

Tegla Loroupe (KEN)

15:49

Addis Abebe (ETH)

28:43

1993

Lyudmila Borisova (RUS)2

16:01

Jonah Koech (KEN)

28:25

1992

Lyudmila Borisova (RUS)

16:05

Phillimon Hanneck (ZIM)

*28:02

1991

Kathrin Ullrich-Weßel (GER)

   15:34

Stephenson Nyamu (KEN)

28:38

1990

Uta Pippig (GER)

16:04

Ezequiel Canario (POR)

28:27

1989

Elly vanHulst (NED) 2

16:11

Salvatore Antibo (ITA)

28:34

1988

Maria Curatolo (ITA)

15:54

Fethi Baccouche (TUN)

28:46

1987**

Elly vanHulst (NED)

16:02

Pierre Deleze (SUI)

29:25

1986

Vera Michallek (GER)

14:53

Alberto Cova (ITA)

29:31

1985

Christina Tomasini (ITA)

14:54

Alex Hagelsteens (BEL) 2

29:10

1984***

Birgit Schmidt (GER)

17:03

Alex Hagelsteens (BEL)

37:45

1983

Ellen Wessinghage (GER)2

21:34

Emiel Puttemans (BEL)

38:03

1982

Christiane Finke (GER)

22:54

Christoph Herle (GER) 2

38:48

1981

Mathilde Heunig (GER)

22:28

Christoph Herle (GER)

38:32

1980

Ellen Wessinghage (GER)

21:11

Klaus P. Hildebrand (GER)

38:46

1979

Päivi Roppo (FIN)

22:46

Dietmar Millonig (AUT)

39:09

1978

Heide Brenner (GER) 2

46:25:00

Patriz Ilg (GER)

38:33

1977

Heide Brenner (GER)

47:45:00

Günther Zahn (GER)

39:30

1976

Toni Gorbunow (GER)

39:59

1975

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