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Results Marathon Rotterdam 2023

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Livestream, startlists and results from Marathon Rotterdam which is held on Sunday 16th of April 2023.

Publisert 16. april 2023 i Resultater

Marathon Rotterdam 2023

Date

April 16th

Place

Rotterdam – The Netherlands

Distance

Road marathon

Results

Men top 15

Women top 15

Highlights

https://youtu.be/w0cRcZyb30w

Livestream (requires Polish VPN)

Livestream (requires Dutch VPN)

Marathon Race Day schedule – Start from Schiedamsedijk street

10KM Race  Schedule – start from Burg. van Walsumweg:

Startlist marathon elite

Men

NR Naam Nat Tijd
1 Bashir Abdi BEL 2.03.36
2 Getaneh Molla Tamire ETH 2.03.30
3 Kiprop Reuben Kipyego KEN 2.03.55
4 Marius Kipserem KEN 2.04.04
5 Leul Gebresilase ETH 2.04.12
6 Dawit Wolde ETH 2.04.27
7 Kenneth Kipkemoi KEN 2.05.44
8 Philemon Kacheran KEN 2.06.05
9 Abdi Nageeye NED 2.06.17
10 Yohanes Ghebregergis ERI 2.06.28
11 Stephen Scullion IRE 2.09.49
12 Paul Pollock IRE 2.10.15
14 Abida Ezamzami MOR 2.10.30
15 Björn Koreman NED 2.11.07
16 Mert Girmalegesse TUR 2,11,07
17 Shadrack Biwott USA 2.12.01
18 Joash Mutai KEN 2.12.54
19 Omar Hassan DEN 2.12.55
20 Kobe Primoz SLO 2.13.36
21 Ronald Schröer NED 2.13.52
22 Weynay Ghebresilasie GBR 2.16.27
23 Mitja Krevs SLO 2.16.36
24 Rune Baekgaard DEN 2.16.38
25 Roel Wijmenga NED 2.17.21
26 Wilfred van Holst NED 2.18.23
27 Richard Douma NED Debuut
28 Duncan Perillat FRA Debuut
29 Phil Parrot Migas Can Debuut
30 Jonathan Billaud FRA Debuut
31 Moumin Bouh DJI Debuut
32 Gevin Kerich KEN Debuut

Women

NR Naam Nat Tijd
F1 Stella Barsosio KEN 2.22.04
F2 Haven Hailu ETH 2.20.19
F3 Rose Chelimo BRN 2.22.51
F4 Nienke Brinkman NED 2.26.34
F5 Sara Catarina Ribeiro POR 2.26.39
F6 Carolina Wikström SWE 2.26.42
F7 Munkhzaya Bayartsogt MNG 2.28.03
F8 Daisy Cherotich KEN Debuut
F9 Mercela Joglova CZE 2.28.16
F10 Elena Loyo ESP 2.28.25
F11 Alisa Vano FIN 2.30.22
F12 Beverly Ramos PR 2.32.44
F14 Nina Chydenius FIN 2.32.48
F15 Tristin van Ord USA 2.32.55
F16 Whitney Macon USA 2.33.42
F17 Thea Heim GER 2.26.10
F18 Eva van Zoonen NED 2.41.28
F19 Liliana Maria Dragomir ROM 2.43.14
F20 Monica Madalina Florea ROM 2.44.29
F21 Jacelyn Gruppen NED 2.52.17
F22 Anne Luijten NED Debuut
F23 Tsige Haileslase Abreha ETH Debuut
F24 Saskia Weinans NED Debuut

Course

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Weather

About

The Rotterdam Marathon, currently branded NN Rotterdam Marathon, is an annual marathon that has been held in RotterdamNetherlands since 1981. It has been held in April every year since the third edition in 1984 and attracts many top athletes. It has also been ranked as one of the top 10 marathons in the world by Runner’s World magazine. The event is the most popular marathon in the Netherlands, followed by the marathons of Amsterdam and Eindhoven.

The Rotterdam Marathon often produces very fast times, as the course is flat and weather conditions are typically favorable. Between April 1985 and September 1998 the world best time had been set at Rotterdam, by Carlos Lopes and Belayneh Dinsamo respectively. As of April 2012 six different runners ran a sub 2:05:00 time and four of the ten fastest marathon runners ever ran their fastest time in the Rotterdam Marathon.

The 2007 event was stopped after three and a half hours because of extreme weather conditions; the KNMI meteorological institute described conditions as «unseasonal» and race day was the warmest ever recorded in the city for the month of April, with temperatures reaching a high of 34 °C. Runners were on the course when the race was stopped after that point and some continued despite the warnings and race stoppage.

William Kipsang‘s 2008 course record of 2:05:49 was broken the following year by Duncan Kibet and James Kwambai who both ran the third fastest time ever for the distance, clocking 2:04:27.

In 2012, the IAAF Gold Label was awarded to the event, after satisfying the last condition in April that year: the requirement that the race could be followed live on television in at least five countries.

The 2020 edition of the race was postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all entries automatically remaining valid for 2021, and all registrants given the option of transferring their entry to another runner.

Previous winners of Marathon Rotterdam

Men

Date Athlete Country Time Notes
23 May 1981 John Graham  United Kingdom 2:09:28 Course record
22 May 1982 Rodolfo Gómez  Mexico 2:11:57
9 April 1983 Robert de Castella  Australia 2:08:37 Course record
14 April 1984 Gidamis Shahanga  Tanzania 2:11:12
20 April 1985 Carlos Lopes  Portugal 2:07:12 Course record, world record
19 April 1986 Abebe Mekonnen  Ethiopia 2:09:09
18 April 1987 Belayneh Dinsamo  Ethiopia 2:12:58
17 April 1988 Belayneh Dinsamo  Ethiopia 2:06:50 Course record, world record, 2nd victory
16 April 1989 Belayneh Dinsamo  Ethiopia 2:08:39 3rd victory
22 April 1990 Hiromi Taniguchi  Japan 2:10:56
21 April 1991 Robert de Castella  Australia 2:09:42 2nd victory
5 April 1992 Salvador García  Mexico 2:09:16
18 April 1993 Dionicio Cerón  Mexico 2:11:06
17 April 1994 Vincent Rousseau  Belgium 2:07:51
23 April 1995 Martín Fiz  Spain 2:08:57
28 April 1996 Belayneh Dinsamo  Ethiopia 2:10:30 4th victory
20 April 1997 Domingos Castro  Portugal 2:07:51
19 April 1998 Fabián Roncero  Spain 2:07:26
18 April 1999 Japhet Kosgei  Kenya 2:07:09
16 April 2000 Kenneth Cheruiyot  Kenya 2:08:22
22 April 2001 Josephat Kiprono  Kenya 2:06:50 Equal to course record
21 April 2002 Simon Biwott  Kenya 2:08:36
13 April 2003 William Kiplagat  Kenya 2:07:42
4 April 2004 Felix Limo  Kenya 2:06:14 Course record
10 April 2005 Jimmy Muindi  Kenya 2:07:50
9 April 2006 Sammy Korir  Kenya 2:06:38
15 April 2007 Joshua Chelanga  Kenya 2:08:21
13 April 2008 William Kipsang  Kenya 2:05:49 Course record
5 April 2009 Duncan Kibet  Kenya 2:04:27 Course record
11 April 2010 Patrick Makau  Kenya 2:04:48
10 April 2011 Wilson Chebet  Kenya 2:05:27
15 April 2012 Yemane Tsegay  Ethiopia 2:04:48 [1]
14 April 2013 Tilahun Regassa  Ethiopia 2:05:38
13 April 2014 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:05:00
12 April 2015 Abera Kuma  Ethiopia 2:06:47
10 April 2016 Marius Kipserem  Kenya 2:06:11
9 April 2017 Marius Kimutai  Kenya 2:06:04
8 April 2018 Kenneth Kipkemoi  Kenya 2:05:44
7 April 2019 Marius Kipserem  Kenya 2:04:11 Course record, 2nd victory
2020 postponed due to coronavirus pandemic[2]
24 October 2021 Bashir Abdi  Belgium 2:03:36 Course record
10 April 2022 Abdi Nageeye  Netherlands 2:04:56

Women

Date Athlete Country Time Notes
23 May 1981 Marja Wokke  Netherlands 2:43:23 Course record
22 May 1982 Mathilde Heuing West Germany West Germany 2:54:03
9 April 1983 Rosa Mota  Portugal 2:32:27 Course record
14 April 1984 Carla Beurskens  Netherlands 2:34:56
20 April 1985 Wilma Rusman  Netherlands 2:35:32
19 April 1986 Ellinor Ljungros  Sweden 2:41:06
18 April 1987 Nelly Aerts  Belgium 2:41:24
17 April 1988 Xiao Hongyan  China 2:37:46
16 April 1989 Elena Murgoci  Romania 2:32:03 Course record
22 April 1990 Carla Beurskens  Netherlands 2:29:47 Course record, 2nd victory
21 April 1991 Joke Kleijweg  Netherlands 2:34:18
5 April 1992 Aurora Cunha  Portugal 2:29:14 Course record
18 April 1993 Anne van Schuppen  Netherlands 2:34:15
17 April 1994 Miyoko Asahina  Japan 2:25:52 Course record
23 April 1995 Mónica Pont  Spain 2:30:34
28 April 1996 Lieve Slegers  Belgium 2:28:06
20 April 1997 Tegla Laroupe  Kenya 2:22:07 Course record
19 April 1998 Tegla Laroupe  Kenya 2:20:47 Course record, world record, 2nd victory
18 April 1999 Tegla Laroupe  Kenya 2:22:48 3rd victory
16 April 2000 Ana Isabel Alonso  Spain 2:30:21
22 April 2001 Susan Chepkemei  Kenya 2:25:45
21 April 2002 Takami Ominami  Japan 2:23:43
13 April 2003 Olivera Jevtić  Serbia and Montenegro 2:25:23 National record
4 April 2004 Zhor El Kamch  Morocco 2:26:10
10 April 2005 Lornah Kiplagat  Netherlands 2:27:36
9 April 2006 Gishu Mindaye  Ethiopia 2:28:30
15 April 2007 Hiromi Ominami  Japan 2:26:36
13 April 2008 Lyubov Morgunova  Russia 2:25:10
5 April 2009 Nailiya Yulamanova  Russia 2:26:30
11 April 2010 Aberu Kebede  Ethiopia 2:25:25
10 April 2011 Philes Ongori  Kenya 2:24:20
15 April 2012 Tiki Gelana  Ethiopia 2:18:58 Course record,[1] National record
14 April 2013 Jemima Sumgong  Kenya 2:23:27
13 April 2014 Abebech Afework  Ethiopia 2:27:50
12 April 2015 Asami Kato  Japan 2:26:30
10 April 2016 Letebrhan Haylay  Ethiopia 2:26:15
9 April 2017 Meskerem Assefa  Ethiopia 2:24:18
8 April 2018 Visiline Jepkesho  Kenya 2:23:47
7 April 2019 Ashete Bekere  Ethiopia 2:22:55
2020 postponed due to coronavirus pandemic[2]
24 October 2021 Stella Barsosio  Kenya 2:22:08
10 April 2022 Haven Hailu  Ethiopia 2:22:01

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