Buenos Aires Marathon

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The Maratón de Buenos Aires is an annual marathon foot-race which takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during the Southern Hemisphere's Spring, usually in October.

The 21st edition of the Buenos Aires Marathon started on October 9, 2005 at 7:30 at the 9 de Julio Avenue and Córdoba Avenue in the Recoleta neighbourhood, being the start also the ending point after the 42.195 kilometres (26 miles and 385 yards) of the classic race.

The course visited many important spots of the city, featuring Callao Avenue, the River Plate Stadium, Libertador Avenue, Palermo neighbourhood, Corrientes Avenue, passing by the famous Gardel's neighbourhood, then down to La Boca's Caminito, to return passing by Puerto Madero, Casa Rosada, and the city centre.

The 2005 edition had almost 3000 participants from Argentina and all over the world. Most of the foreign runners where from Peru, Ecuador and Chile, but there were also from other American and European countries. More than 6000 competitors completed the complete marathon distance at the 2009 edition, out of a field of over 12,000 runners.[1]

Winners[edit]

Key:       Course record

Edition Date Men's winner Time Women's winner Time
29th October 13, 2013  Julius Karinga (KEN) 2:11:02  Lucy Karimi (KEN) 2:34:32
28th October 7, 2012  Eric Nzioka Luusa (KEN) 2:12:05  Lucy Karimi (KEN) 2:41:38
27th October 9, 2011  Simon Njoroge Kariuki (KEN) 2:10:24  Andrea Graciano (ARG) 2:46:34
26th October 10, 2010  Claudir Rodriguez (BRA) 2:17:31.4  Rosalba Chacha (ECU) 2:37:16.7
25th October 11, 2009  Mohamed Msenduki Ikoki (TAN) 2:13:55  Sirlene de Souza Pinho (BRA) 2:38:08
24th October 12, 2008  Abdelhakim Fathi (MAR) 2:22.01  Sandra Torres (ARG) 2:48.04
23rd November 4, 2007  Juan Carlos Cardona (COL) 2:16.06  Sirlene de Souza Pinho (BRA) 2:39.07
22nd October 29, 2006  Geovanni de Jesus (BRA) 2:18:27  Sandra Torres (ARG) 2:49:04
21st October 9, 2005  Geovanni de Jesus (BRA) 2:15:53  Roxana Preussler (ARG) 2:49:49
20th October 10, 2004  Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 2:21:22  Verónica Páez (ARG) 2:55:04
19th November 2, 2003  Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 2:17:50  Verónica Páez (ARG) 2:52:04
2002 Race Not Held Race Not Held
18th September 30, 2001  Paul Rotich (KEN) 2:25:08  Sandra Torres (ARG) 2:51:11
17th December 10, 2000  Nestor García (URU) 2:20:14  Claudia Camargo (ARG) 2:51:52
16th October 3, 1999  Luis Carlos Ramos (BRA) 2:15:18  Sandra Torres (ARG) 2:47:36
15th October 4, 1998  Luis Carlos Ramos (BRA) 2:20:39  Nercy da Freitas (BRA) 2:49:41
14th September 28, 1997  José Castillo (PER) 2:18:35  Griselda González (ARG) 2:37:04
13th November 24, 1996  Juan Pablo Juarez (ARG) 2:17:33  Nercy da Freitas (BRA) 2:45:43
12th September 24, 1995  William Musyoki (KEN) 2:16:59  Erika Olivera (CHI) 2:45:02
11th September 25, 1994  Antonio Clair Wathier (BRA) 2:14:02  Euseli de Assis (BRA) 2:47:57
10th October 10, 1993  Toribio Gutierrez (ARG) 2:19:56  Arlete Soares (BRA) 2:44:58
9th October 11, 1992  António Costa (POR) 2:18:31  Nelida Olivet (ARG) 2:44:31
8th October 13, 1991  Toribio Gutierrez (ARG) 2:16:25  Ana Maria Nielsen (ARG) 2:42:44
7th October 7, 1990  Enio de Vargas (BRA) 2:17:36  Elsa Calderon (CHI) 2:44:09
6th September 17, 1989  Juan Pablo Juarez (ARG) 2:16:03  Ana Maria Nielsen (ARG) 2:43:58
5th October 2, 1988  Valmir de Carvalho (BRA) 2:16:55  Griselda González (ARG) 2:42:48
4th July 5, 1987  Jorge Yeber (ARG) 2:18:28  Nercy da Freitas (BRA) 2:55:02
3rd October 12, 1986  Raimundo Manquel (ARG) 2:21:10  Angélica de Almeida (BRA) 2:54:47
2nd November 17, 1985  Rubén Huerga (ARG) 2:25:20  Derlis Maria Fraschina (ARG) 3:59:47
1st September 29, 1984  Rubén Aguiar (ARG) 2:21:27 Race Not Held

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