Eindhoven Marathon

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Crowds gather around runners at the 2007 Eindhoven Marathon

The Eindhoven Marathon (Dutch: Marathon Eindhoven) is an annual marathon race over the classic distance of 42.195km which is held in the city of Eindhoven, The Netherlands in October. It has been an annual race since 1990 – it was held biennially over the eight years before this date.

Dickson Kiptolo Chumba and Georgina Rono are the men's and women's course record holders with times of 2:05:46 and 2:24:33 hours, respectively.

Past winners[edit]

Key:       Course record       Dutch championship race

Edition Year Men's winner Time Women's winner Time
30th[1] October 13, 2013  Yemane Tsegay (ETH) 2:09:11  Ruth Wanjiru (KEN) 2:34:48
29th[2] October 14, 2012  Dickson Kiptolo Chumba (KEN) 2:05:46  Aberume Mekuria (ETH) 2:27:20
28th[3] October 9, 2011  Jafred Chirchir Kipchumba (KEN) 2:05:48  Georgina Rono (KEN) 2:24:33
27th[4] October 10, 2010  Charles Kamathi (KEN) 2:07:38  Atsede Habtamu (ETH) 2:25:35
26th October 11, 2009  Geoffrey Mutai (KEN) 2:07:01  Beata Naigambo (NAM) 2:31:01
25th October 12, 2008  Geoffrey Mutai (KEN) 2:07:49  Lydia Kurgat (KEN) 2:33:39
24th October 14, 2007  Philip Singoei (KEN) 2:07:57  Lydia Kurgat (KEN) 2:39:21
23rd October 8, 2006  Philip Singoei (KEN) 2:08:18  Agnes Hijman (NED) 2:54:36
22nd October 9, 2005  Boniface Usisivu (KEN) 2:08:45  Tatyana Perepelkina (RUS) 2:38:27
21st October 10, 2004  Willy Cheruiyot (KEN) 2:09:20  Annelieke van der Sluijs (NED) 2:37:33
20th October 12, 2003  Willy Cheruiyot (KEN) 2:09:05  Vivian Ruijters (NED) 2:36:36
19th October 13, 2002  Willy Cheruiyot (KEN) 2:10:12  Marleen van Reusel (BEL) 2:54:23
18th October 14, 2001  Samuel Tangus (KEN) 2:12:47  Valentina Poltavskaya (RUS) 2:54:30
17th October 8, 2000  Willy Cheruiyot (KEN) 2:09:55  Wilma van Onna (NED) 2:39:55
16th October 10, 1999  David Ngetich (KEN) 2:09:24  Nadezhda Wijenberg (NED) 2:28:45
15th October 11, 1998  Grzegorz Gajdus (POL) 2:10:51  Simona Staicu (ROU) 2:36:05
14th October 12, 1997  John Kiprono (KEN) 2:11:51  Mieke Hombergen (NED) 2:36:14
13th October 13, 1996  Tumo Turbo (ETH) 2:11:26  Simona Staicu (ROU) 2:37:47
12th October 8, 1995  Pyotro Sarafinyuk (UKR) 2:16:40  Carla Beurskens (NED) 2:35:16
11th October 9, 1994  Aiduna Aitnafa (ETH) 2:11:37  Jeanne Jansen (NED) 2:45:03
10th October 10, 1993  Mohamed Kamel Selmi (ALG) 2:12:47  Liesbeth van Ast (NED) 2:40:57
9th October 11, 1992  Andy Green (ENG) 2:15:09  Adriana Andrescu (ROU) 2:37:18
8th October 13, 1991  Vladimir Kotov (BLR) 2:14:03  Mieke Hombergen (NED) 2:46:28
7th October 14, 1990  John Vermeule (NED) 2:15:03  Mieke Hombergen (NED) 2:44:59
6th October 16, 1988  Jean-Pierre Paumen (BEL) 2:14:54  Heather MacDuff (ENG) 2:34:26
5th October 12, 1986  Kim Reynierse (NED) 2:15:13  Heather MacDuff (ENG) 2:55:39
4th September 23, 1984  Harrie Driessen (NED) 2:22:17  Annelies van Dijk (NED) 3:12:13
3rd October 24, 1982  Lucien Rottiers (BEL) 2:16:27  Ann Rindt (NED) 2:59:07
1961–1981 Marathon Race Not Held
2nd July 23, 1960  Frans Künen (NED) 2:26:07 NR
1st July 4, 1959  Fritz Schöning (FRG) 2:45:05

References[edit]

  1. ^ Minshull, Phil (2013-10-13). Tsegay ends Kenya's 14-year winning streak at Marathon Eindhoven. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-14.
  2. ^ van Hemert, Wim (2012-10-14). Chumba surprises with course record in Eindhoven - REPORT. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-02-10.
  3. ^ Minshull, Phil & van Hemert, Wim (2011-10-09). Kipchumba sizzles 2:05:48 course record in Eindhoven. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-10-09.
  4. ^ van Hemert, Wim (2010-10-10). In a thriller, Kamathi takes 2:07:38 victory in Eindhoven. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-10-12.

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