National champions 5000 metres (men)


National champions 5000 metres (men)

Below a list of all National champions in the Men's 5000 metres (track outdoor) in track and field from several countries since 1980.

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Australia Australia

  • 1980: Stephen Austin
  • 1981: Stephen Austin
  • 1982: Stephen Austin
  • 1983: Stephen Austin
  • 1984: Steve Foley
  • 1985: Andrew Lloyd
  • 1986: Malcolm Norwood
  • 1987: Gerard Barrett
  • 1988: Andrew Lloyd
  • 1989: John Andrews

Belgium Belgium

  • 1991: Ivo Claes
  • 1992: Gino Van Geyte
  • 1993: Ruddy Walem
  • 1994: Gino Van Geyte
  • 1995: Ruddy Walem
  • 1996: Gino Van Geyte
  • 1997: Gino Van Geyte
  • 1998: Gino Van Geyte
  • 1999: Guy Fays
  • 2000: Koen Allaert
  • 2001: Tom Compernolle
  • 2002: Tom Compernolle
  • 2003: Christian Nemeth
  • 2004: Tom Compernolle
  • 2005: Stefan Van Den Broek
  • 2006: Jesse Stroobants
  • 2007: Guy Fays
  • 2008: Guy Fays
  • 2009: Maarten Van Steen
  • 2010: Wesley De Kerpel
  • 2011: Mats Lunders

Canada Canada

  • 2000: Sean Kaley
  • 2001: Jeremy Deere
  • 2002: Sean Kaley
  • 2003: Sean Kaley
  • 2004: Reid Coolsaet
  • 2005: Reid Coolsaet
  • 2006: Reid Coolsaet
  • 2007: Reid Coolsaet
  • 2008: Ryan Mckenzie

Denmark Denmark

  • 1980: Allan Zachariassen
  • 1981: Allan Zachariassen
  • 1982: Allan Zachariassen
  • 1983: Ole Hansen
  • 1984: Keld Johnsen
  • 1985: Henrik Jørgensen
  • 1986: Allan Zachariassen
  • 1987: Flemming Jensen
  • 1988: Allan Zachariassen
  • 1989: Stig Nørregård

England England

  • 2000: Michael Openshaw
  • 2001: Jonathan Wild
  • 2002: Jonathan Wild
  • 2003: Andrew Graffin
  • 2004: Christopher Thompson
  • 2005: Mark Miles
  • 2006: Peter Riley
  • 2007: Mohammed Farah
  • 2010: Mohammed Farah

Estonia Estonia

  • 1980: Toomas Turb
  • 1981: Rein Valdmaa
  • 1982: Rein Valdmaa
  • 1983: Enn Sellik
  • 1984: Toomas Turb
  • 1985: Toomas Turb
  • 1986: Ain Mõnjam
  • 1987: Toomas Turb
  • 1988: Rein Valdmaa
  • 1989: Heiki Sarapuu

Finland Finland

  • 1990: Harri Hänninen
  • 1991: Harri Hänninen
  • 1992: Jukka Tammisuo
  • 1993: Santtu Mäkinen
  • 1994: Pasi Mattila
  • 1995: Santtu Mäkinen
  • 1996: Pasi Mattila
  • 1997: Samuli Vasala
  • 1998: Marko Kotila
  • 1999: Samuli Vasala
  • 2000: Marko Kotila
  • 2001: Samuli Vasala
  • 2002: Samuli Vasala
  • 2003: Jari Matinlauri
  • 2004: Jari Matinlauri
  • 2005: Jussi Utriainen
  • 2006: Jussi Utriainen
  • 2007: Jussi Utriainen
  • 2008: Jussi Utriainen
  • 2009: Lewis Korir

France France

Germany Germany

East Germany East Germany

West Germany West Germany

Germany Unified Germany

* In 2000 Dieter Baumann won the race in 13:39.17, but he was later disqualifed for a drug violation.

Italy Italy

Japan Japan

  • 1990: Thomas Osano (KEN)
  • 1991: Brahim Boutayeb (MAR)
  • 1992: Nobuo Hashizume
  • 1993: Aloys Nizigama (BDI)
  • 1994: Katsuhiko Hanada
  • 1995: Hisayuki Okawa
  • 1996: Yasunari Oba
  • 1997: Simon Maina (KEN)
  • 1998: Simon Maina (KEN)
  • 1999: Julius Gitahi (KEN)

Latvia Latvia

  • 2008: Mareks Florošeks
  • 2010: Mareks Florošeks

Lithuania Lithuania

  • 1921: L.Juozapaitis
  • 1990: Vytautas Ežerskis
  • 1991: Raimondas Juodeška
  • 1992: Česlovas Kundrotas
  • 1993: Raimondas Juodeška
  • 1994: Bronius Basalykas
  • 1995: Dainius Virbickas
  • 1996: Egidijus Sabaliauskas
  • 1997: Dainius Virbickas
  • 1998: Darius Gruzdys
  • 1999: Pavelas Fedorenka
  • 2000: Mindaugas Pukštas
  • 2001: Dainius Šaucikovas
  • 2002: Egidijus Rupšys
  • 2003: Linas Šalkauskas
  • 2004: Marius Diliûnas
  • 2005: Egidijus Rupšys
  • 2006: Dainius Šaucikovas
  • 2007: Tomas Matijošius
  • 2008: Tomas Matijošius
  • 2009: Robertas Geralavičius
  • 2010: Tomas Matijošius

Netherlands Netherlands

New Zealand New Zealand

  • 2000: Richard Potts
  • 2001: Jonathan Wyatt
  • 2002: Hamish Christensen
  • 2003: Phil Costley
  • 2004: John Henwood
  • 2005: Dale Warrander
  • 2006: Ben Ruthe
  • 2007: Rees Buck
  • 2008: Jason Woolhouse
  • 2009: Jason Woolhouse

Norway Norway

  • 2000: Øyvind Fretheim
  • 2001: Knut Erik Rame
  • 2002: Knut Erik Rame
  • 2003: Marius Bakken
  • 2004: Henrik Sandstad
  • 2005: Marius Bakken
  • 2006: Bård Kvalheim
  • 2007: Bård Kvalheim

Portugal Portugal

Russia Russia

  • 1992: Andrey Tikhonov
  • 1993: Andrey Tikhonov
  • 1994: Andrey Tikhonov
  • 1995: Vener Kashayev
  • 1996: Farid Khayrullin
  • 1997: Sergey Drygin
  • 1998: Sergey Drygin
  • 1999: Sergey Lukin
  • 2000: Sergey Drygin
  • 2001: Mikhail Yeginov
  • 2002: Yuriy Abramov
  • 2003: Mikhail Yeginov
  • 2004: Sergey Ivanov
  • 2005: Pavel Shapovalov
  • 2006: Sergey Ivanov
  • 2007: Aleksandr Orlov

South Africa / South Africa South Africa

  • 2000: Whaddon Niewoudt
  • 2001: Shadrack Hoff
  • 2002: Norman Dlomo
  • 2003: Frank Lekhwi
  • 2004: Frank Lekhwi
  • 2005: Coolboy Ngamole
  • 2006: Tshamano Setone
  • 2007: Morosi Boy Soke

Soviet Union Soviet Union

  • 1980: Dmitri Dmitriyev
  • 1981: Dmitri Dmitriyev
  • 1982: Dmitri Dmitriyev
  • 1983: Dmitri Dmitriyev
  • 1984: Vitaliy Tishchenko
  • 1985: Gennadiy Temnikov
  • 1986: Mikhail Dasko
  • 1987: Vitaliy Tishchenko
  • 1988: Vitaliy Tishchenko
  • 1989: Mikhail Dasko
  • 1990: Mikhail Dasko
  • 1991: Mikhail Dasko

Spain Spain

United States United States

  • 1991: John Trautman
  • 1992: John Trautman
  • 1993: Matt Giusto
  • 1994: Matt Giusto
  • 1995: Robert Kennedy
  • 1996: Robert Kennedy
  • 1997: Robert Kennedy
  • 1998: Marc Davis
  • 1999: Adam Goucher
  • 2000: Adam Goucher

See also

References


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