Julio Rey

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For the Spanish mathematician, see Julio Rey Pastor.

José Julio Rey (born 13 January 1972 in Toledo, Spain) is a Spanish long-distance runner who mostly concentrates on the marathon race. He was banned from competition for 2 years after testing positive for mesterolone at the 1999 Rotterdam Marathon.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Spain
1997 World Cross Country Championships Turin, Italy 9th Long race
World Championships Athens, Greece 8th 10,000 m
1998 London Marathon London, United Kingdom 4th Marathon 2:08:33
European Championships Budapest, Hungary 4th Marathon 2:13:17
1999 Rotterdam Marathon Rotterdam, Netherlands 3rd Marathon 2:07:37
2001 Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 1st Marathon 2:07:46
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 37th Marathon 2:27:59
2002 European Championships Munich, Germany 3rd Marathon 2:13:21
Tokyo Marathon Tokyo, Japan 3rd Marathon 2:11:11
2003 Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 1st Marathon 2:07:27
World Championships Paris, France 2nd Marathon 2:08:38
2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece 58th Marathon 2:24:54
2005 Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 1st Marathon 2:07:38
World Championships Helsinki, Finland 8th Marathon 2:12:51
Fukuoka Marathon Fukuoka, Japan 2nd Marathon 2:09:41
2006 Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 1st Marathon 2:06:52
European Championships Göteborg, Sweden 3rd Marathon 2:12:37
2007 Paris Marathon Paris, France 9th Marathon 2:11:36
World Championships Osaka, Japan Marathon DNF
2008 Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 16th Marathon 2:13:20

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