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Results Tallinn Marathon 2023

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Startlists, information and results for Tallinn Marathon which is held on 9-10th of September 2023.

Publisert 9. september 2023 i Resultater

Tallinn Marathon 2023

12th edition

Date

September 9-10

Place

Tallinn – Estonia

Distance

10 km | Half marathon | Marathon

Startlists

Results

Mens marathon, top 10

Rank Name Time
1 Sammy Kigen (KEN) 2:11:42
2 Thomas Kibet (KEN) 2:12:06
3 Joseph Munywoki (KEN) 2:12:15
4 Gilbert Kibet (KEN) 2:13:48
5 Yuki Kawauchi (JPN) 2:14:07
6 Leonid Latsepov (EST) 2:14:23
7 Wisley Kimeli (KEN) 2:14:33
8 Roman Fosti (EST) 2:22:16
9 Aki Nummela (FIN) 2:25:48
10 Frode Stenberg (NOR) 2:27:43

Womens marathon, top 10

Rank Name Time
1 Dessi Ethlemahu Sintayehu (ETH) 2:34:04
2 Pauline Muthwa Thitu (KEN) 2:37:17
3 Aynalem Teferi (ETH) 2:45:56
4 Kaisa Kukk (EST) 2:50:22
5 Melissah Gibson (AUS) 2:51:26
6 Pille Hinn (EST) 2:54:00
7 Maris Heinaru (EST) 2:58:20
8 Thea Haug (NOR) 2:58:51
9 Pauliina Seppänen (FIN) 2:59:12
10 Saara Ylisaukko-Oja (FIN) 3:02:08

Schedule

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2023
  7:00–20:00  Open race office in Freedom Square
  9:00  HALF-MARATHON 21K
10:00–20:00 Open expo
11:00 Award ceremony 21K
11:30–15.00 LIMPA KIDS’ RACES
17:00 RIMI 10K
17:30 Tallinn Police Orchestra
18:00 Nordic Police Sports Association Marathon Championship opening ceremony
19:00 Award ceremony 10K
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2023
  7:00–16:00  Open race office in Freedom Square
  9:00  MARATHON 42K
10:00–16:00 Open expo
13:00 Award ceremony 42K

Course

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About Tallinn Marathon

The largest international sporting event in Estonian history was held in 2018, on the anniversary year of the Republic of Estonia, when a total of 23 940 runners and athletes from 67 countries took part in the Tallinn Marathon.

2023 has been designated the Year of Movement in Estonia and it is the right time to beat the records.

The programme of the Tallinn Marathon, which will attract thousands of running enthusiasts and exercise lovers, includes the classic marathon (42.2 km), the half marathon (21.1 km), the RIMI 10 km, the Nike Youth Run (5 km) and the Limpa Kids’ Races (300 m).

Previous winners

Year Men’s winner Nationality Time[a] Women’s winner Nationality Time[a] Rf.
2010 Bernard Rotich  Kenya 2:18:16 Ruth Kutol  Kenya 2:36:02 [11][12]
2011 Julius Muriuki  Kenya 2:12:56 Almaz Alemu  Ethiopia 2:34:14 [13][14]
2012 John Kirui  Kenya 2:15:21 Evelin Talts  Estonia 2:45:02 [15]
2013 Dadi Tesfaye  Ethiopia 2:15:01 Irene Chepkirui  Kenya 2:34:40 [16][17]
2014 Dadi Tesfaye  Ethiopia 2:17:29 Evelin Talts  Estonia 2:56:26 [18][17]
2015 Kiprop Tonui  Kenya 2:18:04 Kaisa Kukk  Estonia 2:52:40 [19]
2016 Bernard Chumba  Kenya 2:20:52 Esther Karimi  Kenya 2:49:20 [20]
2017 Kiprotich Kirui  Kenya 2:09:22 Olga Andrejeva  Estonia 2:51:06 [21]
2018 Roman Fosti  Estonia 2:24:07 Daisy Langat  Kenya 2:33:50 [22]
2019 Josphat Leting  Kenya 2:12:42 Pamela Rotich  Kenya 2:32:16 [23]
2020 cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic [6]
2021 Ibrahim Mukunga  Kenya 2:30:43 Kaisa Kukk  Estonia 2:44:46 [24]

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