Copenhagen Marathon

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Copenhagen Marathon
Copenhagen Marathon 2008.jpg
The start of the mass race in 2008
Date May
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Event type Road
Distance Marathon
Primary sponsor Nykredit
Established 1980
Official site www.copenhagenmarathon.dk

The Copenhagen Marathon is an annual road running event, including races over the marathon, half marathon and 10 km distances, that takes place on the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark. Established in 1980, it is held in May and has around 10,000 participants.

Winners[edit]

Key:   Course record

Danish runner Kian Zanno Ejlertsen at the race in 2010

Men[edit]

Year Athlete Country Time[1]
1980 Arne Stigsen  Denmark 2:19:27
1981 Ove Larsen  Denmark 2:24:10
1982 Henrik Jørgensen  Denmark 2:22:19
1983 Henrik Jørgensen  Denmark 2:16:41
1984 Philippe Adams  Belgium 2:22:18
1985 Ole Jacobsen  Denmark 2:22:18
1986 Svend Erik Kristensen  Denmark 2:15:04
1987 Svend Erik Kristensen  Denmark 2:14:16
1988 Allan Zachariasen  Denmark 2:21:19
1989 Beat Imhof   Switzerland 2:29:22
1990 Alexander Schatz  Denmark 2:23:17
1991 Stanislaw Cembrzynski  Poland 2:21:59
1992 Alexander Kouftyrev  Russia 2:24:07
1993 Stanislaw Cembrzynski  Poland 2:22:58
1994 Joel Kipchumba  Kenya 2:20:20
1995 Stanislaw Cembrzynski  Poland 2:20:09
1996 Palle Madsen  Denmark 2:24:43
1997 Søren Rasmussen  Denmark 2:21:28
1998 Januz Sarnicki  Poland 2:24:12
1999 Wislaw Göra  Denmark 2:21:05
2000 Samuel Kiplimo  Kenya 2:21:30
2001 Henrik Jensen  Denmark 2:22:15
2002 Janusz Sarnicki  Poland 2:23:53
2003 Mostafa Errebbah  Italy 2:19:57
2004 Torben Nielsen  Denmark 2:23:10
2005 William Kiprotich  Denmark 2:21:14
2006 Torben Nielsen  Denmark 2:24:08
2007 Julius Mutai  Kenya 2:23:54
2008 Julius Mutai  Kenya 2:21:05
2009 Toyokazu Yoshimura  Japan 2:18:04
2010 Mikkel Kleis  Denmark 2:22:29
2011 Mårten Boström  Finland 2:21:44
2012 Martin Parkhoi  Denmark 2:24:49
2013 Rachid Kisri  Morocco 2:17:22
2014 Julius Mutai  Kenya 2:17:54
2015 Hassane Ahouchar  Morocco 2:15:24
2016 Aschalew Hunde  Ethiopia 2:20:47
2017 Julius Karinga  Kenya 2:12:10

Women[edit]

Year Athlete Country Time[1]
1980 Lone Dybdal  Denmark 2:58:09
1981 Jytte Fruchtmann  United States 3:16:26
1982 Vibeke Nielsen  Denmark 3:00:06
1983 Lone Dybdal  Denmark 2:45:10
1984 Britta Houmann  Denmark 2:51:37
1985 Lone Dybdal  Denmark 2:45:07
1986 Joan Carstensen  Denmark 2:48:31
1987 Mette Wertd  Denmark 2:49:22
1988 Kersti Jacobsen  Denmark 3:01:00
1989 Lisbeth Sejrsbøl  Denmark 3:08:34
1990 Anette Hansen  Denmark 2:51:42
1991 Mariann Stenbakk  Norway 2:53:00
1992 Tatiana Pentoukova  Russia 2:47:21
1993 Tatiana Forminykh  Russia 2:54:12
1994 Svetlana Kazankina  Russia 2:50:53
1995 Dorte Rasmussen  Denmark 2:35:48
1996 Anette Hansen  Denmark 2:50:44
1997 Karin Bøgh  Denmark 2:47:31
1998 Karin Bøgh  Denmark 2:51:49
1999 Guo Hong Xiao  Chile 2:37:26
2000 Michaela McCallum  Scotland 2:42:26
2001 Shona Crombie-Hicks  Scotland 2:45:23
2002 Anne-Mette Aagaard  Denmark 2:49:31
2003 Anne-Mette Aagaard  Denmark 2:48:52
2004 Anne-Mette Aagaard  Denmark 2:42:18
2005 Jo Kelsey  England 2:48:21
2006 Kathrine Tilma  Denmark 2:49:21
2007 Anne-Sofie Pade Hansen  Denmark 2:47:56
2008 Annemette Aagaard  Denmark 2:36:08
2009 Chihiro Tanaka  Japan 2:40:59
2010 Colleen De Reuck  United States 2:30:51
2011 Anne-Sofie Pade Hansen  Denmark 2:45:29
2012 Barbara Sánchez  Ireland 2:41:17
2013 Annemette Aagaard  Denmark 2:44:12
2014 Ayelu Hordofa  Ethiopia 2:40:02
2015 Nancy Koech  Kenya 2:33:44
2016 Gladys Kibiwot  Bahrain 2:36:58
2017 Hana Zemedkun  Ethiopia 2:47:24

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tidligere vindere". Nykredit Copenhagen Marathon. Retrieved 2010-08-29. 

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