Reims à Toutes Jambes

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Reims à Toutes Jambes (English: Reims at Full Speed) is an annual road running event held in Reims, France in the month of October. First held in 1984, the competition comprises three main parts: a 42.195 km marathon, a 21.0975 km half marathon race, and a 10 km race. In addition to these, there are smaller competitions for disabled athletes and children.[1] The marathon course is a figure-8 run twice and has hosted the French national championship race on three occasions (1997, 1999, 2000).

Both the marathon and the half marathon attract elite level competitors. The marathon course records are held by David Kemboi (2:07:53 hours) and Alla Zhilyaeva (2:27:38 hours). The best times for the half marathon are by Dieudonné Disi (1:01:13) and Christelle Daunay (1:08:34).

List of winners[edit]

Marathon[edit]

The 2001 winner Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot has also won the Boston Marathon.
Frenchman Benoît Zwierzchiewski won the race and national title in 2000.
Beatrice Omwanza won both the Reims and Paris Marathons in 2003.
start, 2013 .

Key:       Course record       French championship race

Year Men's winner Time
(h:m:s)
Women's winner Time
(h:m:s)
2013  Peter Chebet Kiplagat (KEN) 2:06:05  Aberash Nesga (ETH) 2:35:11
2012  Mark Kiplagat Kipchumba (KEN) 2:11:36  Mude Zeytuna Abera (ETH) 2:38:45
16-10-2011  Demessew Tsega (ETH) 2:09:44  Julia Mombi (KEN) 2:29:35
17-10-2010  Stephen Chebogut (KEN) 2:09:38  Gisaw Melam (ETH) 2:28:58
18-10-2009  Abebe Hailu Dogaga (ETH) 2:09:34  Derebe Godana Gebissa (ETH) 2:31:45
19-10-2008  David Kemboi (KEN) 2:07:53  Agnes Kiprop (KEN) 2:32:37
21-10-2007  David Kemboi (KEN) 2:09:08  Martha Komu (KEN) 2:32:48
15-10-2006  Pius Maritim (KEN) 2:13:55  Martha Komu (KEN) 2:32:45
23-10-2005  Hussen Adilo (ETH) 2:12:02  Adanech Zekiros (ETH) 2:35:55
17-10-2004  Joseph Nguran (KEN) 2:13:31  Emebet Abossa (ETH) 2:35:59
26-10-2003  Charles Kibiwott (KEN) 2:10:20  Beatrice Omwanza (KEN) 2:32:02
20-10-2002  Charles Kibiwott (KEN) 2:12:12  Lucy Karimi (KEN) 2:35:26
21-10-2001  Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot (KEN) 2:13:17  Zhanna Malkova (RUS) 2:35:56
22-10-2000  Benoît Zwierzchiewski (FRA) 2:10:47  Chantal Dallenbach (SUI) 2:33:34
24-10-1999  Fekadu Degefu (ETH) 2:11:33  Alla Zhilyaeva (RUS) 2:31:27
11-10-1998  Mohamed Ouaadi (FRA) 2:09:54  Irina Permitina (RUS) 2:33:29
12-10-1997  Ezael Thlobo (RSA) 2:12:03  Zinaida Semenova (RUS) 2:36:19
20-10-1996  Ezael Thlobo (RSA) 2:09:56  Alina Tecuta (ROM) 2:34:01
22-10-1995  Leszek Bebło (POL) 2:09:42  Alla Zhilyaeva (RUS) 2:27:38
23-10-1994  Vanderlei de Lima (BRA) 2:11:06  Stefania Statkuviene (LTU) 2:32:22
17-10-1993  Vincent Rousseau (BEL) 2:09:13  Judit Nagy (HUN) 2:32:07
25-10-1992  Leszek Bebło (POL) 2:11:42  Lutsia Belyayeva (RUS) 2:38:09
20-10-1991  Yevgeniy Okorokov (URS) 2:13:22  Fabiola Oppliger (SUI) 2:38:08
14-10-1990  Jean-Baptiste Protais (FRA) 2:17:30  Judit Nagy (HUN) 2:41:53
22-10-1989  Dominique Chauvelier (FRA) 2:16:28  Martine Van De Gehuchte (BEL) 2:44:37
16-10-1988  Mohammed Youkmane (ALG) 2:15:46  Martine Van De Gehuchte (BEL) 2:39:18
18-10-1987  Allaoua Khellil (ALG) 2:16:39  Veronique Vauzelle (FRA) 2:42:02
19-10-1986  Michel Lelut (FRA) 2:17:41  Tanya Ball (GBR) 2:54:37
27-10-1985  Alain Lazare (NCL) 2:16:07  Chantal Langlacé (FRA) 2:42:18
28-10-1984  Jean-Marie Ancion (BEL) 2:24:50  Marie-France Vassogne (FRA) 3:00:17

Half marathon[edit]

Year Men's winner Time
(h:m:s)
Women's winner Time
(h:m:s)
2011  Philemon Yator (KEN) 1:01:47  Atsede Baysa (ETH) 1:09:58
2010  Soloman Deksisa (ETH) 1:02:19  Christelle Daunay (FRA) 1:08:34
2009  Dieudonné Disi (RWA) 1:01:13  Meseret Mengistu (ETH) 1:09:45
2008  Dieudonné Disi (RWA) 1:02:04  Gladys Cherono (KEN) 1:11:42
2007  Dieudonné Disi (RWA) 1:01:13  Azalech Maresha (ETH) 1:11:29
2006  Vincent Krop (KEN) 1:03:22  Pauline Wangui Ngigi (KEN) 1:12:00
2005  Ben Kimutai Kimwole (KEN) 1:02:27  Teyba Erkesso (ETH) 1:10:00
2004  Mesfin Hailu (ETH) 1:02:19  Yelena Schoebareva (RUS) 1:12:53
2003  Mesfin Hailu (ETH) 1:02:22  Deriba Alemu (ETH) 1:10:45
2002  Wilson Onsare (KEN) 1:02:52  Isabella Ochichi (KEN) 1:10:03
2001  Francis Komu Wachira (KEN) 1:02:39  Isabella Ochichi (KEN) 1:09:05

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tous les parcours (French). RATJ. Retrieved on 2011-10-02.
List of winners

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