Stephen ("Steve") Kenyon (born 16 September 1951) is a retired male long-distance runner from England, who competed in the late 1970s and early 1980s in the men's marathon and half marathon. He set his personal best of 2:11:40 over the classic distance on 13 June 1982 in Gateshead. He is a life member of both Bolton United Harriers & Salford Harriers. He has competed in nine World Cross Country Championships, with his highest finish being 17th at the 1980 race, where he was a member of the winning England team. He was the last British man to win at the Great North Run, having taken victory in 1985. He was raised in Bolton, England.
|Representing United Kingdom and England|
|1981||Egmond Half Marathon||Egmond, Netherlands||1st||Half marathon||1:08:03|
|1982||European Championships||Athens, Greece||—||Marathon||DNF|
|1985||Great North Run||South Shields, United Kingdom||1st||Half marathon||1:02:44|
- 1986 3rd Great North Run
- 1982 AAA Marathon Champion
- 1979 3rd New York Marathon
PBs 5,000 mt 13-45 10,000 mts 28-20 10 mile 46-11 half marathon 61-31 marathon 2-11-40
- Turnbull, Simon (2004-09-26). Athletics: Steve plays his nowhere man record. The Independent. Retrieved on 2012-02-06.
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