2018 Berlin Marathon

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45th Berlin Marathon
Venue Berlin, Germany
Dates 16 September 2018 (2018-09-16)
Champions
Men Eliud Kipchoge (2:01:39 WR)
Women Gladys Cherono (2:18:11)
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The 2018 Berlin Marathon was the 45th edition of the Berlin Marathon. The marathon took place in Berlin, Germany, on 16 September 2018 and was the fourth World Marathon Majors race of the year. The men's race was won by Eliud Kipchoge, who set a new world record time.[1][2] The women's race was won by Gladys Cherono in a time of 2:18:11.

Results[edit]

Race results[3]

Men[edit]

Eliud Kipchoge in the 2015 Berlin Marathon
Position Athlete Nationality Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 2:01:39
2nd, silver medalist(s) Amos Kipruto  Kenya 2:06:23
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Wilson Kipsang  Kenya 2:06:48
4 Shogo Nakamura  Japan 2:08:16
5 Zersenay Tadese  Eritrea 2:08:46
6 Yuki Sato  Japan 2:09:18
7 Okubay Tsegay  Eritrea 2:09:56
8 Daisuke Uekado  Japan 2:11:07
9 Wily Canchanya  Peru 2:12:57
10 Bart van Nunen  Netherlands 2:13:09
11 Wellington Da Silva  Brazil 2:13:43
12 Vagner Da Silva Noronha  Brazil 2:14:57
13 Fernando Cabada  United States 2:15:00
14 Nick van Peborgh  Belgium 2:15:04
15 Thomas De Bock  Belgium 2:15:19
16 Kenta Murayama  Japan 2:15:37
17 Brendan Martin  United States 2:16:26
18 Malcolm Hicks  New Zealand 2:16:28
19 Paul Martelletti  New Zealand 2:16:39
20 Julian Spence  Australia 2:17:29
21 Luis Orta  Venezuela 2:17:48
22 Gary O'Hanlon  Ireland 2:19:06
23 Gerd Devos  Belgium 2:19:14
24 Berihun Wuve  Israel 2:19:45
25 Brady Threlfall  Australia 2:19:53
26 Valentin Harwardt  Germany 2:19:54
27 Antonio Cardona  Puerto Rico 2:20:18
28 Jeffrey Seelaus  United States 2:20:52
29 Rúben Sança  Cape Verde 2:21:01
30 Dirk Hübner  Germany 2:21:01
31 .... ... ... ...

Women[edit]

Position Athlete Nationality Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Gladys Cherono  Kenya 2:18:11
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ruti Aga  Ethiopia 2:18:34
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 2:18:55
4 Edna Kiplagat  Kenya 2:21:18
5 Mizuki Matsuda  Japan 2:22:23
6 Helen Tola  Ethiopia 2:22:48
7 Honami Maeda  Japan 2:25:23
8 Carla Salomé Rocha  Portugal 2:25:27
9 Miyuki Uehara  Japan 2:25:46
10 Rei Ohara  Japan 2:27:29
11 Rachel Cliff  Canada 2:28:53
12 Lyndsay Tessier  Canada 2:30:47
13 Inés Melchor  Peru 2:32:09
14 Andrea Deelstra  Netherlands 2:32:41
15 Dawn Grunnagle  United States 2:34:56
16 Emma Spencer  United States 2:37:05
17 Cristina Jordán  Spain 2:37:14
18 Teresa Montrone  Italy 2:37:35
19 Caitlin Phillips  United States 2:37:48
20 Matea Parlov  Croatia 2:38:05
21 Arianne Raby  Canada 2:39:37
22 Catherine Watkins  Canada 2:40:11
23 Alexandra Cadicamo  United States 2:40:37
24 Tomomi Sawahata  Japan 2:40:50
25 Stephanie Davis  United Kingdom 2:41:16
26 Séverine Hamel  France 2:41:34
27 Amanda Nurse  United States 2:41:48
28 Rachel Hannah  Canada 2:42:57
29 Sarah Klein  Australia 2:43:29
30 Marie Zanderson  United States 2:44:27
31 ... ... ... ...

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eliud Kipchoge sets new marathon world record". BBC Sport. 17 September 2018. Retrieved 23 September 2018.
  2. ^ Robinson, Roger (16 September 2018). "Eliud Kipchoge Crushes Marathon World Record at Berlin Marathon". Runners World. Retrieved 23 September 2018.
  3. ^ "Official results". Berlin Marathon. Retrieved 16 September 2018.

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