Cracovia Marathon

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Cracovia Marathon
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The 2005 winner Piotr Gładki running the Cracovia Marathon
DateMid-April
LocationKraków, Poland
Event typeRoad
DistanceMarathon, 10K run, Wheelchair
Primary sponsorPZU
Established2002
Course recordsMen's: 2:09:18 (2019)
Kenya Cyprian Kotut
Women's: 2:28:03 (2019)
Ukraine Viktoriya Khapilina
Official siteCracovia Marathon
Participants5,184 (2019)

The Cracovia Marathon (Polish: Cracovia Maraton) is an annual marathon held in the city of Kraków, Poland, usually in May. It was established in 2002 and has been run every year since. The competition features professional athletes and amateur fun runners. A total of 3200 people finished the race in 2011.[1]

The 2020 edition of the race was postponed to autumn due to the coronavirus pandemic.[2]

Past winners[edit]

Key:   Course record

Edition Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
1st 2002  Thomas Magut (KEN) 2:19:24  Mirela Zięcina (POL) 3:02:16
2nd 2003  Azzedine Sakhri (ALG) 2:17:59  Norah Maraga (KEN) 2:50:09
3rd 2004  Henry Kimeli (KEN) 2:16:52  Zahia Dahmani (FRA) 2:42:15
4th 2005  Piotr Gładki (POL) 2:19:30  Janina Malska (POL) 2:43:20
5th 2006  Matthew Kosgei (KEN) 2:17:16  Alena Mazouka (BLR) 2:43:53
6th 2007  Matthew Kosgei (KEN) 2:18:16  Kateryna Stetsenko (UKR) 2:39:08
7th 2008  Andrei Hardzeyeu (BLR) 2:13:41  Olha Kotovska (UKR) 2:39:49
8th 2009  Julius Kilimo (KEN) 2:11:26  Nastassia Padalinskaya (BLR) 2:36:29
9th 2010  Abebe Dagane (ETH) 2:16:13  Etaferahu Tarekegne (ETH) 2:37:22
10th[3] 2011  Cosmas Kyeva (KEN) 2:12:20  Tetyana Hamera-Shmyrko (UKR) 2:28:14
11th[4] 2012  Peter Wanjiru (KEN) 2:12:11  Lucia Kimani (BIH) 2:36:54
12th[5] 2013  Patrick Nyangero (TAN) 2:19:08  Emilia Zielińska (POL) 3:03:15
13th 2014  Edwin Kirui (KEN) 2:15:17  Elizabeth Chemweno (KEN) 2:38:06
14th 2015  Taras Salo (UKR) 2:17:03  Hellen Kimutai (KEN) 2:43:04
15th 2016  Cosmas Kyeva (KEN) 2:11:58  Gladys Chemweno (KEN) 2:30:30
16th 2017  Cosmas Kyeva (KEN) 2:12:52  Stella Barsosio (KEN) 2:33:01
17th 2018  Birhanu Bekele (ETH) 2:11:34  Lilia Fisikowici (MDA) 2:31:27
18th 2019  Cyprian Kotut (KEN) 2:09:18  Viktoriya Khapilina (UKR) 2:28:03

References[edit]

List of winners

External links[edit]