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Results London Marathon 2024

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Livestream, startlists and results from London Marathon which is held on Sunday 21st of April 2024.

Publisert 21. april 2024 i Resultater

London Marathon 2024

44th edition

Date

April 21

Place

London

Distance

Road marathon

Results

Men, top 29

Women, top 16

Startlist elite field

The elite field for the 2024 TCS London Marathon features some of the fastest marathon runners in the world. The women’s race includes record-breaking athletes like Tigist Assefa from Ethiopia, who holds the current women’s marathon world record, and Brigid Kosgei from Kenya, known for her previous world record. They will be joined by other top runners like Ruth Chepngetich, Peres Jepchirchir, and Yalemzerf Yehualaw, each with personal bests that rank them among the fastest ever.

In the men’s race, notable entries include Kenenisa Bekele from Ethiopia, who is the third-fastest marathoner in history, Mosinet Geremew also from Ethiopia, and Kenya’s Geoffrey Kamworor. These athletes are part of a competitive lineup aiming to achieve remarkable times in this year’s marathon.

Elite women 

Elite men 

Livestream

The event will be broadcast live across various countries, with the live stream starting at 9:00 am GMT.

Great Britain – BBC One, BBC Two
Spain – Teledeporte
Australia, Canada, USA – FloTrack
Brazil – ESPN Brazil and Star+
China – Great Sports
China, Japan, MENA territories and New Zealand Olympic Channel
Israel – Charlton
Pan Africa – SuperSport
Pan Asia and Pan Europe – Eurosport and discovery+
Pan Latin America – ESPN and Star+

Course

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About

The London Marathon, one of the six World Marathon Majors, has been contested by men and women annually since 29 March 1981. Set over a largely flat course around the River Thames, the marathon is 26.2 miles (42.2 km) in length and generally regarded as a competitive and unpredictable event, and conducive to fast times.

Previous winner London Marathon

Men

Year Athlete Nationality Time
(h:m:s)
Notes
1981 Dick Beardsley (Tie)  United States 2:11:48 Course record
Inge Simonsen (Tie)  Norway
1982 Hugh Jones  United Kingdom 2:09:24 Course record
1983 Mike Gratton  United Kingdom 2:09:43
1984 Charlie Spedding  United Kingdom 2:09:57
1985 Steve Jones  United Kingdom 2:08:16 Course record
1986 Toshihiko Seko  Japan 2:10:02
1987 Hiromi Taniguchi  Japan 2:09:50
1988 Henrik Jørgensen  Denmark 2:10:20
1989 Douglas Wakiihuri  Kenya 2:09:03
1990 Allister Hutton  United Kingdom 2:10:10
1991 Yakov Tolstikov  Soviet Union 2:09:17
1992 António Pinto  Portugal 2:10:02
1993 Eamonn Martin  United Kingdom 2:10:50
1994 Dionicio Cerón  Mexico 2:08:53
1995 Dionicio Cerón  Mexico 2:08:30 Second victory
1996 Dionicio Cerón  Mexico 2:10:00 Third victory
1997 António Pinto  Portugal 2:07:55 Course record; second victory
1998 Abel Antón  Spain 2:07:57
1999 Abdelkader El Mouaziz  Morocco 2:07:57
2000 António Pinto  Portugal 2:06:36 Course record; third victory
2001 Abdelkader El Mouaziz  Morocco 2:07:09 Second victory
2002 Khalid Khannouchi  United States 2:05:38 World marathon record
2003 Gezahegne Abera  Ethiopia 2:07:56
2004 Evans Rutto  Kenya 2:06:18
2005 Martin Lel  Kenya 2:07:35
2006 Felix Limo  Kenya 2:06:39
2007 Martin Lel  Kenya 2:07:41 Second victory
2008 Martin Lel  Kenya 2:05:15 Course record; third victory
2009 Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 2:05:10 Course record
2010 Tsegaye Kebede  Ethiopia 2:05:19
2011 Emmanuel Kipchirchir Mutai  Kenya 2:04:40 Course record
2012 Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich  Kenya 2:04:44
2013 Tsegaye Kebede  Ethiopia 2:06:04 Second victory
2014 Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich  Kenya 2:04:29 Course record; second victory
2015 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:04:42
2016 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:03:05 Course record; second victory
2017 Daniel Wanjiru  Kenya 2:05:48
2018 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:04:17 Third victory
2019 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:02:37 Fourth victory: Course Record
2020 Shura Kitata Tola  Ethiopia 2:05:58
2021[7] Sisay Lemma  Ethiopia 2:04:01
2022 Amos Kipruto  Kenya 2:04:39
2023 Kelvin Kiptum  Kenya 2:01:25 Course record

Women

Year Athlete Nationality Time
(h:m:s)
Notes
1981 Joyce Smith  United Kingdom 2:29:57 Course record
1982 Joyce Smith  United Kingdom 2:29:43 Course record; second victory
1983 Grete Waitz  Norway 2:25:29 World marathon record
1984 Ingrid Kristiansen  Norway 2:24:26 Course record
1985 Ingrid Kristiansen  Norway 2:21:06 World marathon record; second victory
1986 Grete Waitz  Norway 2:24:54 Second victory
1987 Ingrid Kristiansen  Norway 2:22:48 Third victory
1988 Ingrid Kristiansen  Norway 2:25:41 Fourth victory
1989 Véronique Marot  United Kingdom 2:25:56
1990 Wanda Panfil  Poland 2:26:31
1991 Rosa Mota  Portugal 2:26:14
1992 Katrin Dörre-Heinig  Germany 2:29:39
1993 Katrin Dörre-Heinig  Germany 2:27:09 Second victory
1994 Katrin Dörre-Heinig  Germany 2:32:34 Third victory
1995 Małgorzata Sobańska  Poland 2:27:43
1996 Liz McColgan  United Kingdom 2:27:54
1997 Joyce Chepchumba  Kenya 2:26:51
1998 Catherina McKiernan  Ireland 2:26:26
1999 Joyce Chepchumba  Kenya 2:23:22 Second victory
2000 Tegla Loroupe  Kenya 2:24:33
2001 Derartu Tulu  Ethiopia 2:23:57
2002 Paula Radcliffe  United Kingdom 2:18:56 Course record
2003 Paula Radcliffe  United Kingdom 2:15:25 World marathon record (mixed); second victory
2004 Margaret Okayo  Kenya 2:22:35
2005 Paula Radcliffe  United Kingdom 2:17:42 World marathon record (women-only); third victory
2006 Deena Kastor  United States 2:19:35
2007 Zhou Chunxiu  China 2:20:38
2008 Irina Mikitenko  Germany 2:24:14
2009 Irina Mikitenko  Germany 2:22:11 Second victory
2010 Aselefech Mergia  Ethiopia 2:22:38 Initially third but Liliya Shobukhova and Inga Abitova both disqualified retrospectively
2011 Mary Jepkosgei Keitany  Kenya 2:19:19
2012 Mary Jepkosgei Keitany  Kenya 2:18:37 Second victory
2013 Priscah Jeptoo  Kenya 2:20:15
2014 Edna Kiplagat  Kenya 2:20:21
2015 Tigist Tufa  Ethiopia 2:23:21
2016 Jemima Sumgong  Kenya 2:22:58
2017 Mary Jepkosgei Keitany  Kenya 2:17:01 World marathon record (women-only); third victory
2018 Vivian Cheruiyot  Kenya 2:18:31
2019 Brigid Kosgei  Kenya 2:18:20
2020 Brigid Kosgei  Kenya 2:18:58 Second victory
2021[7] Joyciline Jepkosgei  Kenya 2:17:43
2022 Yalemzerf Yehualaw  Ethiopia 2:17:26
2023 Sifan Hassan  Netherlands 2:18:33

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