Lisbon Marathon

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Lisbon Marathon
Date October
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Event type Road
Distance 42 km
Established 1986
Official site Lisbon Marathon

The Lisbon Marathon or the Lisbon Marathon EDP is an annual marathon held in Lisbon, Portugal in the month of October, established in 1986.

In 2013, the race was moved to 6 October and rebranded the EDP Rock 'n' Roll Lisbon Marathon. The Marathon starts in the beachside city of Cascais and finishes alongside the Santander Totta Half Marathon in Lisbon. Both the marathon and half marathon (which starts on the Vasco da Gama Bridge) are IAAF Gold Standard. The marathon course is flat, fast and incredibly scenic. Both races feature live music along the course and a Finish Line Concert.

List of winners[edit]

Key:   Course record   Portuguese championship race

Edition Date Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
5th 15 October 2017  Ishhimael Chemtan (KEN) 2:10:51  Sarah Chepchirchir (KEN) 2:27:57
4th 2 October 2016  Alfred Kering (KEN) 2:10:27  Sarah Chepchirchir (KEN) 2:24:13
3rd 18 October 2015  Asbel Kipsang (KEN) 2:09:26  Purity Rionoripo (KEN) 2:25:09
2nd 5 October 2014  Samuel Ndungu (KEN) 2:08:21  Visiline Jepkesho (KEN) 2:26:47
1st 6 October 2013  Paul Lonyangata (KEN) 2:09:45  Agnes Kiprop (KEN) 2:31:15
27th 9 December 2012  Oleg Marusin (RUS) 2:19:02  Anabela Gomes (POR) 2:45:44
26th 4 December 2011  Vasco Azevedo (POR) 2:22:03  Anabela Tavares (POR) 2:50:19
25th 5 December 2010  Vasco Azevedo (POR) 2:23:09  Marina Kovalova (RUS) 2:42:40
24th 6 December 2009  Vasco Azevedo (POR) 2:20:42  Yuliya Mochalova (RUS) 2:40:45
23rd 7 December 2008  Sergey Lukin (RUS) 2:17:40  Dorota Ustianowska (POL) 2:47:07
22nd 2 December 2007  Vasco Azevedo (POR) 2:19:55  Fátima Silva (POR) 2:47:49
21st 3 December 2006  Luís Filipe Jesus (POR) 2:21:08  Fátima Silva (POR) 2:40:00
20th 4 December 2005  Philip Biwott (KEN) 2:18:22  Yelena Kozhevnikova (RUS) 2:41:57
19th 5 December 2004  Philemon Kemei (KEN) 2:16:07  Fátima Silva (POR) 2:38:59
18th 7 December 2003  Luís Filipe Jesus (POR) 2:15:31  Madina Biktagirova (RUS) 2:42:06
17th 1 December 2002  Samson Kosgei (KEN) 2:15:35  Fátima Silva (POR) 2:35:07
16th 2 December 2001  Stephan Freigang (GER) 2:14:27  Claudia Dreher (GER) 2:31:01
15th 26 November 2000  William Musyoki (KEN) 2:16:10  Fátima Silva (POR) 2:34:39
14th 28 November 1999  Larbi Zeroual (FRA) 2:12:20  Judit Nagy (HUN) 2:32:22
13th 29 November 1998  Alcídio Costa (POR) 2:16:05  Christine Mallo (FRA) 2:33:46
12th 23 November 1997  William Musyoki (KEN) 2:16:32  Claudia Dreher (GER) 2:33:59
11th 24 November 1996  Nour Bile (ETH) 2:15:40  Albertina Machado (POR) 2:36:21
10th 26 November 1995  William Musyoki (KEN) 2:13:30  Birgit Jerschabek (GER) 2:28:02
9th 27 November 1994  Zbigniew Nadolski (POL) 2:11:57  Adriana Barbu (ROM) 2:32:56
8th 28 November 1993  Said Ermilli (MAR) 2:12:39  Manuela Machado (POR) 2:31:31
7th 18 October 1992  Jacob Ngunzu (KEN) 2:13:34  Yekaterina Khramenkova (BLR) 2:30:17
6th 20 October 1991  Mario Sousa (POR) 2:15:21  Rita Borralho (POR) 2:38:39
5th 21 October 1990  Antonio Godinho (POR) 2:15:25  Manuela Dias (POR) 2:40:37
4th 5 November 1989  Joaquim Silva (POR) 2:16:56  Evany Souza (BRA) 2:47:27
3rd 6 November 1988  Osmiro da Silva (BRA) 2:20:29  Janeth Mayal (BRA) 2:43:11
2nd 8 November 1987  Gualdino Viegas (POR) 2:13:59  Umbelina Nunes (POR) 3:00:56
1st 26 October 1986  Cidálio Caetano (POR) 2:16:49  Maria Lousada (POR) 3:20:26

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