1930 International Cross Country Championships

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1930 International Cross Country Championships
Organisers ICCU
Edition 23rd
Date 22 March
Host city Leamington, Warwickshire, England England
Nations participating 7
Athletes participating 61
Races 1
Distances 9.5 mi (15.3 km)

The 1930 International Cross Country Championships was held in Royal Leamington Spa, England, on 22 March 1930. A report on the event was given in the Glasgow Herald.[1]

Complete results,[2] medallists, [3] and the results of British athletes[4] were published.

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Men
9.5 mi (15.3 km)
Tom Evenson
 England
53:49 Robbie Sutherland
 Scotland
53:50 Roméo Dieguez
 France
54:15
Team
Men  England 30  France 80  Scotland 111

Individual Race Results[edit]

Men's (9.5 mi / 15.3 km)[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Tom Evenson  England 53:49
2nd, silver medalist(s) Robbie Sutherland  Scotland 53:50
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roméo Dieguez  France 54:15
4 Ernie Harper  England 54:23
4 Wally Howard  England 54:23
6 George Bailey  England 54:24
7 Jack Holden  England 54:25
8 Harry Eckersley  England 54:26
9 Roger Rérolle  France 54:59
10 J.A. Broadley  England 55:20
11 Henri Gallet  France 55:42
12 Georges Boue  France 55:45
13 John Suttie Smith  Scotland 55:48
14 Oscar van Rumst  Belgium 55:49
15 Arturo Peña  Spain 56:01
16 Jack Potts  England 56:06
17 Danny Phillips  Wales 56:07
18 Pierre Louchard  France 56:08
19 Tommy Kay  England 56:18
20 Walter Gunn  Scotland 56:23
21 Maxi Stobbs  Scotland 56:24
22 Frank Stevenson  Scotland 56:25
23 German Campo  Spain 56:28
24 Thomas Kinsella  Ireland 56:29
25 Jesús Oyarbide  Spain 56:30
26 T.H. Timbrell  Wales 56:34
27 Henri Lahitte  France 56:35
28 Dougie Coard  Ireland 56:43
29 Joseph Berthelot  France 56:43
30 P. Sheedy  Ireland 56:45
31 W.A. McCune  Ireland 56:46
32 Camille van de Velde  Belgium 56:47
33 Maxwell Rayne  Scotland 56:50
34 André Lausseigh  France 56:54
35 James Duggan  Wales 56:59
36 Joseph Orose  Belgium 57:09
37 T. O'Reilly  Ireland 57:16
38 Emile Goetleven  Belgium 57:21
39 Dunky Wright  Scotland 57:23
40 James Petrie  Scotland 57:26
41 J. Gifford  Wales 57:27
42 Jean Linsen  Belgium 57:28
43 Leon Verheylesonne  Belgium 57:35
44 John Timmins  Ireland 57:38
45 Harry McFall  Ireland 57:41
46 Louis de Lathouwer  Belgium 57:50
47 Maurice Christiaens  Belgium 58:13
48 Jack Prosser  Wales 58:20
49 José Reliegos  Spain 58:27
50 Tim Smythe  Ireland 58:38
51 Tom Burge  Wales 58:40
52 James Gardiner  Scotland 59:17
53 F.J. Shackell  Wales 59:24
54 Sid Daly  Ireland 59:54
55 René Geeraert  Belgium 1:00:18
56 I. Lloyd  Wales 1:00:32
57 Antonio Pachon Rivas  Spain 1:00:54
Claudio Egana  Spain DNF
Juan Ramos  Spain DNF
Maurice Waltispurger  France DNF
Ernie Thomas  Wales DNF

Team Results[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rank Country Team Points
1  England Tom Evenson
Ernie Harper
Wally Howard
George Bailey
Jack Holden
Harry Eckersley
30
2  France Roméo Dieguez
Roger Rérolle
Henri Gallet
Georges Boue
Pierre Louchard
Henri Lahitte
80
3  Scotland Robbie Sutherland
John Suttie Smith
Walter Gunn
Maxi Stobbs
Frank Stevenson
Maxwell Rayne
111
4  Ireland Thomas Kinsella
Dougie Coard
P. Sheedy
W.A. McCune
T. O'Reilly
John Timmins
194
5  Belgium Oscar van Rumst
Camille van de Velde
Joseph Orose
Emile Goetleven
Jean Linsen
Leon Verheylesonne
205
6  Wales Danny Phillips
T.H. Timbrell
James Duggan
J. Gifford
Jack Prosser
Tom Burge
218
 Spain Arturo Peña
German Campo
Jesús Oyarbide
José Reliegos
Antonio Pachon Rivas
Claudio Egana
DNF

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 61 athletes from 7 countries.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cross-Country - England's double win at Leamington - Sutherland's fine running - The International cross-country race at Leamington Spa was a triumph for England..., Glasgow Herald, March 24, 1930, p. 8, retrieved September 28, 2013 
  2. ^ Magnusson, Tomas (March 24, 2007), INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - 15.3km CC Men - Royal Leamington Spa Date: Saturday, March 22, 1930, Athchamps (archived), Archived from the original on June 14, 2007, retrieved September 28, 2013 
  3. ^ INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved September 24, 2013 
  4. ^ 36th IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - EDINBURGH 2008 - FACTS & FIGURES - GREAT BRITAIN & NORTHERN IRELAND AT THE INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY & WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS (PDF), IAAF, p. 13ff, archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2013, retrieved September 24, 2013