José Carlos Adán


José Carlos Advertisementán (given birth to 22 July 1967, in Vigo) is a retired Spanish long-distance runner who specialized in cross-country working. He was double a group bronze medallist in the IAAF Globe CROSS-COUNTRY Championships and his highest specific putting was 18th, accomplished in 1995. Altogether, he produced twelve looks at your competition, from 1986 to 2002. He also displayed his country in the 1993 Globe Championships in Athletics, putting 16th in the 10,000 metres, with the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, becoming removed in the 10,000 m heats. He double competed in the IAAF Globe Fifty percent Marathon Championships (1997 and 2001). Adán put into the very best seven in the European CROSS-COUNTRY Championships on 3 occasions, his finest finish of 4th to arrive 1994. He distributed int eh group metallic medals at that competition in 1994 and 2000, before declaring the team name alongside Antonio David Jiménez in the 2001 Western CROSS-COUNTRY Championships. In the 1994 Western Athletics Championships, his single outing at that event, he positioned 6th in the 5000 metres. He came third for Spain in the 10,000 m in the 1993 Western Glass, and was a metallic medallist in the 5000 m in the 1990 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics. He received the third release of Iberian 10,000 Metres Championships.

International competitions

Year Competition Place Position Event Records Representing  Spain 1990 Ibero-American Championships Manaus, Brazil 2nd 5000m 13:56.69 1991 Globe CROSS-COUNTRY Championships Antwerp, Belgium 25th Long race (11.764 kilometres) 34:56 3rd Group competition 198 pts 1993 Globe Championships Stuttgart, Germany 16th 10,000 m 30:04.34 1994 Euro Championships Helsinki, Finland 6th 5000m 13:39.16 1995 World CROSS-COUNTRY Championships Durham, UK 18th Long competition (12.02 kilometres) 35:05 3rd Group competition 120 pts

Personal bests

5000 metres - 13:19.71 min (1993) 10,000 metres - 27:59.49 min (1993) Half marathon - 1:03:33 hrs (2001)