Adriana Fernández

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Adriana Fernández
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Born April 4, 1971

Adriana Fernández Miranda (born April 4, 1971 in Mexico City) is a long-distance runner from México.

Fernández was 2nd in 1998, and in 1999, she became the first Mexican woman to win the New York City Marathon in a time of 2:25:06 in a dominant performance by taking charge on a windy day and kept building her lead.[1]

In 2003, Fernández held Mexican records in the 5,000 meter run, the 10,000 meter run, the half marathon, and the marathon. Her personal best time in a marathon was established at the 1999 London Marathon, where her time was 2:24:06.[2] She represented her native country at three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1996.

Personal bests[edit]

  • 1500 Metres - 4:15.96 - Xalapa - 13/06/2003
  • 3000 Metres - 8:53.53 - Portland, OR - 25/06/2000
  • 5000 Metres - 15:04.32 - Gresham, OR - 17/05/2003
  • 10,000 Metres - 31:10.12 - Brunswick, ME - 01/07/2000
  • 20 Kilometres - 1:06:57 - Berlin - 29/09/2002
  • Half Marathon - 1:09:28 - Kyoto - 09/03/2003
  • 30 Kilometres - 1:40:51 - Berlin - 29/09/2002
  • Marathon - 2:24:06 - London - 18/04/1999[3]

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