Inge Simonsen (born 1 July 1953) is a Norwegian distance runner who tied for first place in the inaugural 1981 London Marathon. In that race, he and the other winner, American Dick Beardsley, intentionally crossed the finish line, in 2:11:48, holding hands in a dead heat. According to Beardsley, "It was a big deal for both of us because neither one of us had won a marathon before."
- All results regarding marathon, unless stated otherwise
|1981||London Marathon||London, United Kingdom||1st||2:11:48|
|New York City Marathon||New York, United States||14th||2:13:38 |
- Gliddon, Elizabeth (2009-04-24). "London Marathon: A Brief History". guardian.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-05-15.
- Turnbull, Simon (2001-04-08). "Happy Return for the First Foot Soldier". The Independent. Retrieved 2009-05-15.
- https://www.arrs.run/MaraRank/ATM_Mara1981.htm Course 150 m short on remeasurement
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