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Great South Run 2023 results

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Livestream and results from Great South Run which is held on Sunday 15th of October 2023.

Publisert 15. oktober 2023 i Resultater

Great South Run 2023

33rd edition

Date

October 15

Place

Portsmouth – Great Britain

Distance

10 miles (16,09 km)

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TOP RESULTS WOMEN 10 MILES

1. Lily Partiride – 54:05
2. Hannah Irwin – 54:30
3. Amelia Quirk – 54:37
4. Lucy Reid – 54:48
5. Sonia Samuels – 55:14
6. Naomi Mitchell – 55:47
7. Sarah Astin – 56:04
8. Kate Estlea-Morris – 56:15
9. Becky Briggs – 56:20
10. Cassie Thorp – 56:29

TOP RESULTS MEN 10 MILES

1. Zakariya Mahamed – 46:41
2. Jacob Allen – 47:13
3. Omar Ahmed – 47:31
4. Callum Hawkins – 47:43
5. Ben Bradley – 48:00
6. Marc Scott – 48:09
7. Sayfu Jamaal – 48:25
8. Jake Smith – 48:30
9. Kadar Omar – 48:44
10. Blake Moore – 49:05

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About Great South Run

The Great South Run is an annual 10 mile (16.09 km) road running race which takes place in Portsmouth, United Kingdom providing an intermediate distance between the ten kilometre and the half marathon (21.097 km) runs. Launched in 1990, it is part of the Great Run series created by former British athlete Brendan Foster. It was originally held in Southampton, but the race moved to its current course after the first edition.

The Great South Run has become one of Europe’s most popular mass participation races over 10 miles, with a record 21,000 entries for the 2009 race. Although the elite race is an IAAF Gold Label Road Race which attracts some of the most successful professional runners, it is not a recognised distance for purposes of IAAF records. World record holder Paula Radcliffe and 2007 World Champion Luke Kibet are among the past winners. The event is currently sponsored by AJ Bell. Previous sponsors have been ExpressTest by Cignpost Diagnostics (2021), Simplyhealth (2017-2019), Morrisons (2015), Bupa (1993–2014) and Diet Coke (1990–1992). The 2016 and 2022 races did not have a major sponsor.

The 1999 edition of the race was selected to be the Amateur Athletic Association 10-mile championships that year. In 2021, British runner Eilish McColgan set the current women’s record of 50:42. Paula Radcliffe won the women’s race in 2008 in a time of 51 minutes 11 seconds, a new British record. Kenyan runner Joseph Ebuya won the 2010 edition in 45:15 minutes, which was a significant improvement upon the previous UK all-comers record held by the 1995 winner Benson Masya.

Channel 5 broadcast the Great South Run every year until 2019. The event is currently untelevised.

Previous winners Great South Run

Edition Year Men’s winner Time (m:s) Women’s winner Time (m:s)
1st 1990  Marti ten Kate (NED) 47:52  Alison Gooderham (GBR) 56:09
2nd 1991  Thomas Naali (TAN) 47:11  Olga Bondarenko (URS) 53:16
3rd 1992  Boay Akonay (TAN) 47:04  Iulia Negura (ROM) 53:19
4th 1993  Gary Staines (GBR) 46:11  Iulia Negura (ROM) 53:01
5th 1994  Gary Staines (GBR) 47:00  Gitte Karlshøj (DEN) 54:49
6th 1995  Benson Masya (KEN) 45:56  Liz McColgan (GBR) 53:12
7th 1996  Gary Staines (GBR) 46:57  Derartu Tulu (ETH) 52:39
8th 1997  Christopher Kelong (KEN) 46:53  Liz McColgan (GBR) 52:00
9th 1998  Stéphane Franke (GER) 47:40  Marian Sutton (GBR) 54:17
10th 1999  Simon Kasimili (KEN) 47:42  Esther Kiplagat (KEN) 54:42
11th 2000  Gert Thys (RSA) 48:26  Restituta Joseph (TAN) 55:10
12th 2001  Khalid Skah (MAR) 46:17  Restituta Joseph (TAN) 52:36
13th 2002  Simon Kasimili (KEN) 47:27  Sonia O’Sullivan (IRL) 51:00
14th 2003  John Yuda (TAN) 46:35  Sonia O’Sullivan (IRL) 53:26
15th 2004  Hendrick Ramaala (RSA) 47:14  Benita Johnson (AUS) 52:32
16th 2005  John Yuda (TAN) 46:45  Derartu Tulu (ETH) 51:27
17th 2006  Simon Arusei (KEN) 47:17  Jo Pavey (GBR) 52:46
18th 2007  Luke Kibet (KEN) 47:31  Rose Cheruiyot (KEN) 53:44
19th 2008  Bernard Kipyego (KEN) 46:42  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 51:11
20th 2009  Mo Farah (GBR) 46:25  Inês Monteiro (POR) 52:32
21st 2010  Joseph Ebuya (KEN) 45:15  Grace Momanyi (KEN) 52:03
22nd 2011  Leonard Komon (KEN) 46:18  Aselefech Mergia (ETH) 52:55
23rd 2012  Stephen Mokoka (RSA) 46:40  Jo Pavey (GRB) 53:01
24th 2013  Emmanuel Bett (KEN) 48:03  Florence Kiplagat (KEN) 53:53
25th 2014  James Rungaru (KEN) 46:31  Belaynesh Oljira (ETH) 52:40
26th 2015  Moses Kipsiro (UGA) 46:00  Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN) 51:17
27th 2016  Chris Thompson (GBR) 47:23  Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH) 51:49
28th 2017  Chris Thompson (GBR) 48:32  Gemma Steel (GBR) 55:25
29th 2018  Chris Thompson (GBR) 46:56  Eilish McColgan (GBR) 54:43
30th 2019  Marc Scott (GBR) 46:57  Eilish McColgan (GBR) 51:38
2020 Event cancelled due to COVID-19
31st 2021  Jack Rowe (GBR) 47:20  Eilish McColgan (GBR) 50:43
32nd 2022  Ben Connor (GBR) 47:19  Lily Partridge (GBR) 54:29

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