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Saturday, August 18, 2012
Weber Wins Worlds
The final results of the championships:
1 Michelle WEBER RSA 1:00:05.6
2 Lena-Sophie BERMEL Ger 1:00:08.0
3 Patricia-Lucia WARTENBERG Ger 1:00:27.0
4 Yan SIYU Chn 1:00:31.0
5 Giulia GABBRIELLESCHI Ita 1:00:31.3
6 Cao SHIYUE Chn 1:00:31.4
7 Alisia TETTAMANZI Ita 1:00:31.4
8 Lucinda CAMPBELL Gbr 1:00:32.6
9 Florbela CAVACO MACHADO Por 1:00:33.4
10 Carmen HERRADON MORENO Esp 1:00:33.9
11 Jessica ARNOLD USA 1:00:39.9
12 Daria KULIK Rus 1:00:47.9
13 Justine RHEAUME Can 1:01:10.5
14 Astrid Mercedes ITURBE FRANZIUS Ven 1:01:54.6
15 Anastasia NIKISHAEVA Rus 1:02:19.9
16 Tiffany POU Fra 1:02:44.4
17 Sasha-Lee NORDENGEN Rsa 1:03:08.0
18 Mayte Alejandra CANO FIGUEROA Mex 1:03:08.9
19 Yehudit EINI Isr 1:03:11.3
20 Ana Patricia BEAR COITES Mex 1:03:11.7
21 Fiona On Yi CHAN Hkg 1:03:16.8
22 Mariana SERRANO DE SOUZA Bra 1:03:18.9
23 Dominika BILAC Cro 1:03:30.3
24 Nicole MAIBON TABORDA RIBAS Bra 1:03:33.9
25 Regan KOLOGY USA 1:03:34.6
26 Dana AKL Egy 1:04:08.6
27 Kleidymar BENITEZ Ven 1:04:12.0
28 Leena STRUZINA Can 1:04:38.7
29 Areli Ruth DIAZ ARANGO Per 1:08:36.9
30 Mahina VALDIVIA Chi 1:11:20.9
31 Katarina BLANCO Chi 1:11:37.6
32 Xeniya ROMANCHUK Kaz 1:14:40.6
33 Nellya ABDRAKHMANOVA Kaz 1:15:41.1
34 Paula SILVA Y ROSAS COELHO Uru 1:16:29.1
35 Chelsea MOHAMMED Tri 1:23:05.9
36 Celeste CALCUT Tri 1:23:29.3
Wasela RATEB Egy DQ
Photo shows Michelle Weber at the Midmar Mile in her native South Africa.
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