Podgorica Marathon

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The Podgorica Marathon is an annual road running event in Montenegro, which features a full-length (42.195 km) marathon as well as a half marathon race.

A group of enthusiasts came up with a plan organise a marathon in Podgorica and the first edition took place on 8 October 1994. The 2011 of the race featured more than 3000 runners from 33 countries. Slađana Perunović set a women's Montenegrin record in the marathon at the event, coming second in a time of 2:41:02 hours.[1]

Marathon winners[edit]

Olivera Jevtić is a three-time champion and course record holder on the women's side.

Key:       Course record

Edition Date Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
1st 1994  Borislav Dević (FR Yugoslavia) 2:23:24  Ilona Kalmar (FR Yugoslavia) 3:04:55
2nd 1995  Srba Nikolić (FR Yugoslavia) 2:30:45  Ilona Kalmar (FR Yugoslavia) 3:04:08
3rd 1996  Wodajo Bulti (ETH) 2:21:05  Svetlana Tkach (MDA) 2:49:35
4th 1997  Petko Stefanov (BUL) 2:11:41  Svetlana Tkach (MDA) 2:49:25
5th 1998  Petko Stefanov (BUL) 2:15:16  Vesna Stevanović (FR Yugoslavia) 2:45:25
6th 1999  Yuriy Chizhov (RUS) 2:22:29  Svetlana Tkach (MDA) 2:42:46
7th 2000  Sreten Ninković (FR Yugoslavia) 2:28:08  Vesna Stevanović (FR Yugoslavia) 3:11:16
8th 2001  Đuro Kodžo (BIH) 2:30:11  Vesna Stevanović (FR Yugoslavia) 2:59:45
9th 2002  Maricel Gaman (ROM) 2:23:28  Vesna Stevanović (FR Yugoslavia) 2:45:54
10th 2003  Emmanuel Kosgei (KEN) 2:12:48  Olesya Nurgaliyeva (RUS) 2:36:08
11th 2004  Iaroslav Muşinschi (MDA) 2:21:41  Tatyana Perepelkina (RUS) 2:46:58
12th 2005  Iaroslav Muşinschi (MDA) 2:23:59  Tatyana Perepelkina (RUS) 2:41:56
13th 2006  Luwis Masunda (ZIM) 2:29:12  Svetlana Tkach (MDA) 2:56:35
14th 2007  Mike Fokoroni (ZIM) 2:19:08  Tatyana Perepelkina (RUS) 2:47:12
15th 2008  Iaroslav Muşinschi (MDA) 2:14:50  Olivera Jevtić (SRB) 2:40:05
16th 2009  Dmitriy Safronov (RUS) 2:11:51  Olivera Jevtić (SRB) 2:31:18
17th 2010  Buliche Mendaya (ETH) 2:16:05  Ana Subotić (SRB) 2:43:22
18th 2011  Oleg Gurs (BLR) 2:18:52  Ana Subotić (SRB) 2:40:36
19th 2012  Elisha Sawe Kiprotich (KEN) 2:19:23  Olivera Jevtić (SRB) 2:37:58
20th[2] 2013  Anthony Wangechi (KEN) 2:15:00  Slađana Perunović (MNE) 2:42:35

References[edit]

  1. ^ October 2011 AIMS Results. AIMS (October 2011). Retrieved on 2011-11-01.
  2. ^ October 2013. AIMS. Retrieved on 2013-10-29.
List of winners

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