|Primary sponsor||Öger Tours, Germany|
|Course records||men's: 2:16:14 (2008),
women's: 2:42:55 (2008)
Antalya Marathon (Turkish: Antalya Maratonu), officially International Öger Antalya Marathon (Turkish: Uluslararası Öger Antalya Maratonu), shortly Runtalya, is an international athletic event that takes place in Antalya annually since 2006. The marathon is organized in March. Sponspored by the Germany-based Öger Tours of Turkish-German Vural Öger, it is the second only marathon race in Turkey to Istanbul Marathon. Master men, master women and wheelchair competitions, as well as 4 km (2.5 mi) public run are held during the event.
Most of the competitors come from Germany. In 2008, 165 of the 351 athletes, who finished the race, were Germans.
The course is a turning point route, which is measured by IAAF rules. The route runs through the old city past Yivliminare Mosque and Hadrian's Gate shortly after the start line at Antalya Museum (since 2008), and continues then parallel to the cliffy coast towards east. Lara, Antalya is the finish line for the 10 km race, and the turning point for half marathon runners. Marathon athletes return past the themed 5- to 7-star hotels at Lara Beach. All race categories end in Antalya Atatürk Stadium.
- Half marathon
- 10 km
Key: Course record
|Year||Men's winner||Time (h:m:s)||Women's winner||Time (h:m:s)|
|2014||Shaban Mustafa||2:26:34||Svetlana Sepeleva||2:56:52|
|2013||Murat Kaya||2:36:35||Lütfiye Kaya||3:01:29|
|2012||Yücel Aydin||2:34:08||Lütfiye Kaya||2:52:21|
|2011||Ahmet Arslan||2:38:09||Birgit Lennartz||3:04:00|
|2010||Sascha Velten||2:36:46||Birgit Lennartz||3:10:30|
|2009||John Musila Kioko||2:18:00||Nadeschda Semiletowa||2:44:19|
|2008||Phillip Makau Muia||2:16:13,1||Kristijna Loonen||2:42:54.9|
|2007||William Kimutai Kurgat||2:19:23,8||Monica Samila||2:49:47.4|
|2006||Maurice Wambua Mukuthi||2:21:12||Rimma Dubowik||2:54:38|
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