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Athens Marathon 2023 results

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Startlists, livestream and results from Athens Marathon The Authentic on November 12 2023.

Publisert 12. november 2023 i Resultater

Athens Marathon 2023

40th edition of the Athens Marathon The Authentic

Date

November 12

Place

Athens – Greece

Startlists

Marathon
10 km
5 km

Results

Men, top 10

Women, top 6

1. Sukaina Atanane (ETH) – 2:31:53
2. Caroline Jpchirchir (KEN) – 2:32:19
3. Gkloria Tziovan Priviletzio – 2:43:20
4. Stamatia Noula – 2:46:53
5. Melissah Gibson – 2:47:20
6. Marinela Nineva – 2:47:42

10 km

ATHENS MARATHON APP:

The official app for the Athens Marathon now offers an enhanced experience by combining various features. It includes live tracking for all runners, an elite leaderboard, and a function to search for results.

Live stream

The 2022 Athens marathon will be streamed live on ERT 1 channel. You need a Greek IP-adress to watch the race.

Course Athens Marathon

Finish area:

Weather

About

The Athens Classic Marathon The Authentic is an annual marathon road race held in AthensGreece, normally in early November (the second Sunday of November), since 1972. It also often serves as Greece’s national marathon championships. The race attracted 43,000 competitors in 2015 of which 16,000 were for the 42.195 kilometre (26.2 mile) course, both numbers being an all-time record for the event. The rest of the runners competed in the concurrent 5 and 10 kilometres road races and the racewalking contest.

The marathon race and course is inspired by the Ancient Greek legend of Pheidippides, a messenger who is said to have run from Marathon to Athens to bring news of the Greek victory over the Persians at the Battle of Marathon.

Taking from the tradition of the Olympic Torch, the race features the Marathon Flame, which is lit at the Tomb of the Battle of Marathon and carried to the stadium in Marathon before the beginning of each race. In addition, an international marathon symposium is held the day before the race.

Greek competitors have traditionally been strong in the men’s and women’s competitions. However, East Africans and Japanese runners have increasingly become the dominant runners from 1999 onwards. The current course records are 2:10:37 hours for men, set by Felix Kandie in 2014, while Rasa Drazdauskaitė‘s run of 2:31:06 in 2010 is the quickest by a woman on the course.

Previous winners Athens Marathon

Year Men’s winner Time
(h:m:s)
Women’s winner Time
(h:m:s)
2022  Charalampos Pitsolis (GRE) 2:23:44  Vasiliki Konstantinopoulou (GRE) 2:46:01
2021  Konstantinos Gkelaouzos (GRE) 2:16:49  Gloria Privileggio (GRE) 2:41:30
2020 cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic[14]
2019  John Komen (KEN) 2:16:34  Eleftheria Petroulaki (GRE) 2:45:50
2018  Brimin Kipkorir (KEN) 2:10:56  Shelmith Nyawira (KEN) 2:36:46
2017  Samuel Kalalei (KEN) 2:12:17  Bedatu Hirpa (ETH) 2:34:18
2016  Luka Rotich (KEN) 2:12:49  Nancy Arusei (KEN) 2:38:13
2015  Christoforos Merousis (GRE) 2:21:22  Minori Hayakari (JPN) 2:52:06
2014  Felix Kandie (KEN) 2:10:37  Naomi Maiyo (KEN) 2:41:06
2013  Hillary Yego (KEN) 2:13:51  Nancy Rotich (KEN) 2:41:32
2012  Raymond Bett (KEN) 2:11:35  Consalater Yadaa (KEN) 2:40:00
2011  Abdelkrim Boubker (MAR) 2:11:40  Elfeneshe Melkamu (ETH) 2:35:25
2010  Raymond Bett (KEN) 2:12:40  Rasa Drazdauskaitė (LTU) 2:31:06
2009  Josephat Ngetich (KEN) 2:13:44  Akemi Ozaki (JPN) 2:39:56
2008  Paul Lekuraa (KEN) 2:12:42  Mai Tagami (JPN) 2:36:58
2007  Benjamin Korir (KEN) 2:14:40  Svetlana Ponomarenko (RUS) 2:33:19
2006  Henry Tarus (KEN) 2:17:46  Chikako Ogushi (JPN) 2:40:45
2005  James Saina (KEN) 2:16:15  Sisay Measo (ETH) 2:38:39
2004  Frederick Cherono (KEN) 2:15:28  Alemu Zinash (ETH) 2:41:11
2003  Zebedayo Bayo (TAN) 2:16:59  Nadezhda Wijenberg (NED) 2:43:18
2002  Mark Saina (KEN) 2:18:20  Sonja Oberem (GER) 2:37:29
2001  Noah Bor (KEN) 2:19:26  Sonja Oberem (GER) 2:36:15
2000  Nikólaos Poliás (GRE) 2:20:50  Yeoryía Abatzídou (GRE) 2:53:00
1999  Masato Yonehara (JPN) 2:18:35  Tamaki Okuno (JPN) 2:46:46
1998  Nikólaos Poliás (GRE) 2:18:38  Joy Smith (USA) 2:50:52
1997  Gerasimos Kokotos (GRE) 2:31:47  Melissa Hurta (USA) 2:54:43
1996  Nikitas Markakis (GRE) 2:33:15  Panagiota Petropoulou (GRE) 2:56:42
1995  Nikólaos Poliás (GRE) 2:27:27  Panagiota Nikolakopoulou (GRE) 2:59:45
1994  Christos Dumas (GRE) 2:27:27  Kleri Stavropoulou (GRE) 3:21:32
1993  Nikólaos Poliás (GRE) 2:28:12  Panagiota Petropoulou (GRE) 3:15:56
1992  Christos Dumas (GRE) 2:31:15  Reiko Hirosawa (JPN) 3:05:24
1991  Theodoros Fotopoulos (GRE) 2:28:18  Sofia Sotiriadou (GRE) 2:59:29
1990  Johan Engholm (SWE) 2:26:33  Prudence Taylor (NZL) 2:59:15
1989  Jan van Rijthoven (NED) 2:23:19  Leslie Lewis (USA) 2:37:42
1988  Fedor Ryzhov (URS) 2:17:33  Magdalini Poulimenou (GRE) 2:50:59
1987  Kevin Flanegan (RSA) 2:25:14  Irina Bogacheva (URS) 2:43:37
1986  Jos vander Water (BEL) 2:27:22  Signe Ward (NOR) 3:06:58
1985  Michael Hill (SWE) 2:26:20  Eryl Davies (GBR) 3:04:30
1984  Leon Swanepoel (RSA) 2:28:53  Barbara Balzer (USA) 2:58:30
1983  Martin J. McCarthy (GBR) 2:25:34  Hanne Jensen (DEN) 3:20:33
1982  Rick Callison (USA) 2:27:29  Ella Grimm (DEN) 3:07:41
1981  Yiannis Kouros (GRE) 2:32:50  Britta Sorensen (DEN) 3:16:00
1980  Jean-Paul Didim (FRA) 2:34:32  Arlene Volmer (USA) 3:17:07
1979  Richard Belk (GBR) 2:31:21  Gaby Birrer (SUI) 3:34:21
1978  Danny Flynn (AUS) 2:27:22  Alexandra Fili (GRE) 4:47:00
1977  Kebede Balcha (ETH) 2:14:40.8  Christina Johansson (SWE) 3:05:53
1976  Edgar Friedli (SUI) 2:33:50  Melissa Hendriksen (USA) 3:35:45
1975  Teofanis Tsimingatos (GRE) 2:35:39  Corrie Konings (NED) 3:16:13
1974  Ian Thompson (GBR) 2:13.50  Eva-Maria Westphal (FRG) 3:55:56
1973  Jouko Kuha (FIN) 2:32:26 No women’s race
1972  Yiannis Virvilis (GRE) 2:26:26 No women’s race

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