Fargo Marathon

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The Fargo Marathon is an annual marathon in Fargo, North Dakota. It is sponsored by Scheels All Sports. The first Fargo Marathon was held in 2005. The Fargo Marathon allows runners to qualify for the Boston Marathon.

Marathons[edit]

  • 2005: 707 finishers[1] (2,500 participants all races including 5k fun run/walk)
  • 2006: 982 finishers[2] (6,000 participants all races including 5k fun run/walk)
  • 2007: 1,196 finishers [3] (8,100 participants all races including 5k fun run/walk)
  • 2008: 1,427 finishers[4] (13,000 participants all races including 5k fun run/walk)
  • 2009: 1,272 finishers[5] (15,000 participants all races including 5k fun run/walk)
  • 2010: 1,878 finishers[6]
  • 2011: 2,213 finishers[7]
  • 2012: 1,825 finishers[8]
  • 2013: 1,645 finishers.
  • 2014: 1,655 finishers.
  • 2015: 1,535 finishers.
  • 2016: 1,419 finishers.

Marathon Winners[9][edit]

Men

  • 2005 Scott Jansky 2:31:17
  • 2006 Chad Wallin 2:31:49 Minot, ND, USA
  • 2007 Chad Wallin 2:31:20 Tucson, AZ, USA
  • 2008 Eric Sondag 2:30:34 Grand Forks, ND, USA
  • 2009 Pete Gilman 2:24:33
  • 2010 Chris Erichsen 2:19:55 St. Paul, MN, USA
  • 2011 Luke Watson 2:22:50 State College, PA, USA
  • 2012 Oliver Hoffman 2:28:15 Schillerstrasse, Germany

Women

  • 2005 Cindy Lewandowski 3:16:29
  • 2006 Meg Grindall 3:04:45 Fargo, ND, USA
  • 2007 Valerie Gortmaker 2:50:00 Omaha, NE, USA
  • 2008 Andrea McGehee 3:08:41
  • 2009 Nicole Cueno 2:53:15
  • 2010 Leah Thorvilson 2:41:52
  • 2011 Camille Herron 2:43:41 West Lafayette, IN, USA
  • 2012 Lisa Dyer 2:45:15 Moorhead, MN, USA

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