Porto Marathon

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The Porto Marathon is an annual marathon race in the city of Porto, Portugal, held in October or November, since 2004.

Along with the marathon, several races of shorter distances are arranged as well. The marathon is sponsored by Energias de Portugal.

In 2009, 857 athletes competed the marathon. In 2010, 1180 athletes competed the marathon. In 2013, 2755 athletes competed the marathon, becoming the largest marathon in Portugal.

List of winners[edit]

Key:       Course record

Year Men's winner Time
(h:m:s)
Women's winner Time
(h:m:s)
2013  JOASH KIPKOECH MUTAI (KEN) 2:13.04  CHALTU WAKA (ETH) 2:37.47
2012  Anthony Wairuri (KEN) 2:12.14  Abeba Gebremeskele (ETH) 2:39.51
2011  Philemon Baaru (KEN) 2:09:51  Pauline Chepchumba (KEN) 2:41.24
2010  Alex Kirui (KEN) 2:14:25  Beatrice Toroitich (KEN) 2:37:49
2009  Johnstone Changwony (KEN) 2:13:12  Prisca Jeptoo (KEN) 2:30:40
2008  Samuel Muturi (KEN) 2:11:08  Tsagaye Tirfe (ETH) 2:35:31
2007  Edwin Kimutai (KEN) 2:15:12  Marisa Barros (POR) 2:31:31
2006  Lawrence Saina (KEN) 2:09:52  Aureliana Edmundo (POR) 2:57:35
2005  Ruben Chepkwick (KEN) 2:22:27  Fatima Silva (POR) 2:45:09
2004  Steven Kiprotich (KEN) 2:13:57  Natalia Pinto (POR) 2:58:09

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