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Chicago Marathon 2023 results

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Livestream, startlists and results from Chicago Marathon which is held on Sunday 8th of October 2023.

Publisert 3. oktober 2023 i Resultater

Chicago Marathon 2023

A Marathon Major

47th edition

Date

October 8

Place

Chicago, Illinos, USA

Distance

Road Maraton

Race Day Schedule (GMT-5):

Resultater (live)

Men, top 20

Women, top 20

Livestream

Startlist’s elite field

Men:

  1. Kelvin Kiptum – 2:01:25 (London, 2023) KEN
  2. Bashir Abdi – 2:03:36 (Rotterdam, 2021) BEL
  3. Benson Kipruto – 2:04:24 (Chicago, 2022) KEN
  4. Dawit Wolde – 2:04:27 (Rotterdam, 2021) ETH
  5. Seifu Tura – 2:04:29 (Milan, 2021) ETH
  6. Daniel Do Nascimento – 2:04:51 (Seoul, 2022) BRA
  7. John Korir – 2:05:01 (Chicago, 2022) KEN
  8. Huseydin Mohamed – 2:05:05 (Amsterdam, 2022) ETH
  9. Milkesa Mengesha – 2:05:29 (Valencia, 2022) ETH
  10. Galen Rupp – 2:06:07 (Prague, 2018) USA
  11. Conner Mantz – 2:08:16 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  12. Yuki Matsumura – 2:09:01 (Otsu, 2021) JPN
  13. Takashi Ichida – 2:09:15 (Oita, 2022) JPN
  14. Kei Katanishi – 2:09:27 (Otsu, 2021) JPN
  15. Matt McDonald – 2:09:49 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  16. Jorge Castelblanco – 2:09:49 (Valencia, 2020) PAN
  17. Mick Iacofano – 2:09:55 (Chandler, 2020) USA
  18. Masashi Nonaka – 2:09:57 (Osaka, 2023) JPN
  19. Masaki Tsuda – 2:10:40 (Oita, 2023) JPN
  20. Mizuki Higashi – 2:11:04 (Tokyo, 2023) JPN
  21. Colin Mickow – 2:11:22 (Chandler, 2020) USA
  22. Andrew Colley – 2:11:26 (Rotterdam, 2023) USA
  23. Frank Lara – 2:11:32 (Houston, 2022) USA
  24. Kevin Salvano – 2:11:49 (Duluth, 2023) USA
  25. Clayton Young – 2:11:51 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  26. Joel Reichow – 2:12:11 (Sacramento, 2022) USA
  27. Brian Shrader – 2:12:53 (Paris, 2023) USA
  28. Dan Kremske – 2:14:53 (Chicago 2019) USA
  29. Daniel Mateiko – Debut KEN
  30. Wesley Kiptoo – Debut KEN
  31. Connor Winter – Debut USA

Women:

  1. Ruth Chepngetich – 2:14:18 (Chicago, 2022) KEN
  2. Tadu Teshome Nare – 2:17:36 (Valencia, 2022) ETH
  3. Joyciline Jepkosgei – 2:17:43 (London, 2021) KEN
  4. Genzebe Dibaba – 2:18:05 (Amsterdam, 2022) ETH
  5. Sutume Kebede – 2:18:12 (Seoul, 2022) ETH
  6. Emily Sisson – 2:18:29 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  7. Sifan Hassan – 2:18:33 (London, 2023) NED
  8. Tigist Girma – 2:18:52 (Valencia, 2022) ETH
  9. Ababel Yesheneh – 2:20:51 (Chicago, 2019) ETH
  10. Des Linden – 2:22:38 (Boston, 2011) USA
  11. Emma Bates – 2:23:18 (Eugene, 2022) USA
  12. Aliphine Tuliamuk – 2:24:37 (Boston, 2023) USA
  13. Molly Seidel – 2:24:42 (New York, 2021) USA
  14. Nell Rojas – 2:24:51 (Boston, 2023) USA
  15. Dakotah Lindwurm – 2:25:01 (Duluth, 2022) USA
  16. Sara Vaughn – 2:26:23 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  17. Andrea Ramirez – 2:26:34 (Chandler, 2020) MEX
  18. Tristin Van Ord – 2:27:07 (Houston, 2023) USA
  19. Gabriella Rooker – 2:27:38 (Duluth, 2023) USA
  20. Diane Nukuri – 2:27:50 (London, 2015) USA
  21. Maggie Montoya – 2:28:07 (Chicago, 2022) USA
  22. Dominique Scott – 2:29:19 (London, 2022) RSA
  23. Ann Marie Tuxbury – 2:31:31 (Sacramento, 2022) USA
  24. Stacy Ndiwa – 2:31:53 (Istanbul, 2022) KEN
  25. Alec Sandusky – Debut USA

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About Chicago Marathon

The Chicago Marathon is a marathon (long-distance foot race) held every October in Chicago, Illinois. It is one of the six World Marathon Majors. Thus, it is also a World Athletics Label Road Race. The Chicago Marathon is the fourth-largest race by number of finishers worldwide.

Annual Chicago marathons were held from 1905 to the 1920s, but the first race in the present series occurred on September 25, 1977, under the original name the Mayor Daley Marathon, which drew a field of 4,200 runners. The race has been held every year since, except in 1987 when only a half-marathon was run, and in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It became among the fastest-growing modern-marathon road races in the world, due in part to its largely fast and flat course which facilitates the pursuit of personal records and world record performances. The race has achieved its elite status among marathons by developing relationships with sponsors who provide prize money to lure elite runners who have produced American and world record performances. Since 2008, the race has been owned and organized by Bank of America, and is officially known as the Bank of America Chicago Marathon.

The race is limited to 45,000 runners and only runners who finish within 612 hours are officially timed. Those wishing to participate can register after either meeting a time qualifying standard or being selected through a general lottery. Although the race has limited registration, exceptions include elite runners, legacy finishers, and charity representatives. Increasingly, local, national and global charities as well as humanitarian organizations encourage sponsored participation in the event as a means of fund raising.

Previous winners Chicago Marathon

Year Male athlete Country Time Female athlete Country Time
1977 Dan Cloeter  United States 2:17:52 Dorothy Doolittle  United States 2:50:47
1978 Mark Stanforth  United States 2:19:20 Lynae Larson  United States 2:59:25
1979 Dan Cloeter  United States 2:23:20 Laura Michalek  United States 3:15:45
1980 Frank Richardson  United States 2:14:04 Sue Petersen  United States 2:45:03
1981 Phil Coppess  United States 2:16:13 Tina Gandy  United States 2:49:39
1982 Greg Meyer  United States 2:10:59 Nancy Conz  United States 2:33:23
1983 Joseph Nzau  Kenya 2:09:44 Rosa Mota  Portugal 2:31:12
1984 Steve Jones  United Kingdom 2:08:05 WR Rosa Mota  Portugal 2:26:01
1985 Steve Jones  United Kingdom 2:07:13 Joan Benoit  United States 2:21:21
1986 Toshihiko Seko  Japan 2:08:27 Ingrid Kristiansen  Norway 2:27:08
1987 marathon distance not held due to sponsorship issues[a]
1988 Alejandro Cruz  Mexico 2:08:57 Lisa Weidenbach  United States 2:29:17
1989 Paul Davies-Hale  United Kingdom 2:11:25 Lisa Weidenbach  United States 2:28:15
1990 Martín Pitayo  Mexico 2:09:41 Aurora Cunha  Portugal 2:30:11
1991 Joseildo Rocha  Brazil 2:14:33 Midde Hamrin  Sweden 2:36:21
1992 Jose Cesar de Souza  Brazil 2:16:14 Linda Somers  United States 2:37:41
1993 Luíz Antônio  Brazil 2:13:14 Ritva Lemettinen  Finland 2:33:18
1994 Luíz Antônio  Brazil 2:11:16 Kristy Johnston  United States 2:31:34
1995 Eamonn Martin  United Kingdom 2:11:18 Ritva Lemettinen  Finland 2:28:27
1996 Paul Evans  United Kingdom 2:08:52 Marian Sutton  United Kingdom 2:30:41
1997 Khalid Khannouchi  Morocco 2:07:10 Marian Sutton  United Kingdom 2:29:03
1998 Ondoro Osoro  Kenya 2:06:54 Joyce Chepchumba  Kenya 2:23:57
1999 Khalid Khannouchi  Morocco 2:05:42 WR Joyce Chepchumba  Kenya 2:25:59
2000 Khalid Khannouchi  United States 2:07:01 Catherine Ndereba  Kenya 2:21:33
2001 Ben Kimondiu  Kenya 2:08:52 Catherine Ndereba  Kenya 2:18:47 WR
2002 Khalid Khannouchi  United States 2:05:56 Paula Radcliffe  United Kingdom 2:17:18 WR
2003 Evans Rutto  Kenya 2:05:50 Svetlana Zakharova  Russia 2:23:07
2004 Evans Rutto  Kenya 2:06:16 Constantina Diță  Romania 2:23:45
2005 Felix Limo  Kenya 2:07:02 Deena Kastor  United States 2:21:25
2006 Robert Cheruiyot  Kenya 2:07:35 Berhane Adere  Ethiopia 2:20:42
2007 Patrick Ivuti  Kenya 2:11:11 Berhane Adere  Ethiopia 2:33:49
2008 Evans Cheruiyot  Kenya 2:06:25 Lidiya Grigoryeva  Russia 2:27:17
2009 Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 2:05:41 Irina Mikitenko[b]  Germany 2:26:31
2010 Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 2:06:23 Atsede Baysa[b]  Ethiopia 2:23:40
2011 Moses Mosop  Kenya 2:05:37 Ejegayehu Dibaba[b]  Ethiopia 2:22:09
2012 Tsegaye Kebede  Ethiopia 2:04:38 Atsede Baysa  Ethiopia 2:22:03
2013 Dennis Kimetto  Kenya 2:03:45 Rita Jeptoo  Kenya 2:19:57
2014 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:04:11 Mare Dibaba[c]  Ethiopia 2:25:37
2015 Dickson Chumba  Kenya 2:09:25 Florence Kiplagat  Kenya 2:23:33
2016 Abel Kirui  Kenya 2:11:23 Florence Kiplagat  Kenya 2:21:32
2017 Galen Rupp  United States 2:09:20 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 2:18:31
2018 Mo Farah  United Kingdom 2:05:11 Brigid Kosgei  Kenya 2:18:35
2019 Lawrence Cherono  Kenya 2:05:45 Brigid Kosgei  Kenya 2:14:04 WR
2020 cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic
2021 Seifu Tura  Ethiopia 2:06:12 Ruth Chepngetich  Kenya 2:22:31
2022 Benson Kipruto  Kenya 2:04:24 Ruth Chepngetich  Kenya 2:14:18

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