Moscow Marathon

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Moscow Marathon
DateLast weekend in September
LocationMoscow, Russia
Event typeRoad
DistanceMarathon
Primary sponsorInvestment Group Absolut
Established2013
Course recordsMen:
Russia Artem Alekseev 2:13:40
Women:
Russia Sardana Trofimova 2:28:31
Official siteMoscow Marathon

The Moscow Marathon is a major running and sporting event held annually in Moscow, Russia. The official marathon distance of 42.195 kilometers (26 miles 385 yards) is set up as a citywide road race where professional athletes and amateur runners jointly participate. First initiated in 2013, as a successor of Moscow International Peace Marathon (est. 1980), the event traditionally takes place on the last weekend in September.[1]

Moscow Marathon certified by IAAF.[2]

Moscow Marathon is one of the largest and most popular road races in Russia. In 2016 alone the race had 28,000 enrolled starters from 70 countries.

Participants[edit]

Date Distance Enrolled Finishers Male Female
25.09.2016 42.195 km -
10 km -
20.09.2015[3] 42.195 km - 5566 4675 891
10 km - 8105 4119 3986
21.09.2014[4] 42.195 km 4260 4031 3500 531
10 km 5302 5267 2977 2290
15.09.2013[5] 42.195 km - 2366 2084 282
10 km - 2412 1494 918

Results[edit]

Year Male Female
Nam Country Time Name Country Time
2018 Stepan Kiselev  Russia 2:15:22 Sardana Trofimova  Russia 2:28:31
2017 Artem Alekseev  Russia 2:14:15 Sardana Trofimova  Russia 2:30:29
2016[6] Artem Alekseev  Russia 2:13:40 Tatyana Aryasova  Russia 2:32:34
2015 Lazarus Kiptoo  Kenya 2:19:36 Nina Podnebesnova  Russia 2:33:10
2014 Salomon Barngetuny  Kenya 2:17:20 Irina Smolnikova  Kazakhstan 2:40:22
2013 Alexander Matviychuk  Ukraine 2:19:36 Irina Smolnikova  Kazakhstan 2:44:54

Course[edit]

External images
Marathon course
Moscow Marathon course map 2016
Moscow Marathon course map 2016 (10 km)
Course IAAF certificate 42 km
Course IAAF certificate 10 km

The marathon is run over a largely flat course around the Moscow River, and spans 42.195 kilometres (26 miles and 385 yards), but with partially high elevation up to 100 m.

[1] Moscow Marathon map 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AIMS - Directory". www.aimsworldrunning.org. Retrieved 2016-09-25.
  2. ^ https://www.iaaf.org/download/downloadresultinfo?filename=bc03223b-50ee-46de-8d3a-4a202dc0d9b3.pdf&urlSlug=qualifying-and-certified-marathon-courses-in.
  3. ^ "NewRunners". newrunners.ru. Retrieved 2016-09-25.
  4. ^ "NewRunners". newrunners.ru. Retrieved 2016-09-25.
  5. ^ "NewRunners". newrunners.ru. Retrieved 2016-09-25.
  6. ^ "Российский бегун Алексеев выиграл Московский марафон с рекордным временем" (in Russian). 2016-09-25. Retrieved 2016-09-25.