Orlen Warsaw Marathon

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Orlen Warsaw Marathon
Orlen Warsaw Marathon logo.png
Logo of the Orlen Warsaw Marathon
LocationWarsaw, Poland
Event typeRoad
DistanceMarathon, 10K run
Primary sponsorOrlen
Established2013 (7 years ago) (2013)
Course recordsMen's: 2:06:55 (2014)
Ethiopia Tadese Tola
Women's: 2:26:06 (2019)
Kenya Sheila Jerotich
Official siteOrlen Warsaw Marathon
Participants4,662 (2019)
Runners during the race in 2014
Runners wearing masks in 2014, before the coronavirus pandemic

The Orlen Warsaw Marathon is an annual road running event over the marathon distance (42.2 km (26.2 mi)) that takes place in April on the streets of Warsaw, Poland. The event was established in 2013 and has Polish oil company PKN Orlen as its title sponsor. It was the second annual marathon race for the city, following on from the success of the Warsaw Marathon, which has been held in the city, generally in September, since 1979.[1]

By its fourth edition, the event received IAAF Silver Label status and featured in excess of 8000 entrants into the marathon race. That year's race also saw the first Polish winner in the form of men's champion Artur Kozłowski.[2][3]

The course records of 2:06:55 hours, set by Tadese Tola in 2014, and 2:26:25 hours, set by Fatuma Sado in 2015, are all-comers records – the fastest ever recorded in Poland for the marathon distance.[4]

The marathon was not held in 2020.[5][6]



   ‹See Tfd› Course record
   ‹See Tfd› National championship race
Ed. Year Men's winner Time[a] Women's winner Time[a] Rf.
1 2013  Sisay Lemma (ETH) 2:09:02  Milka Jerotich (KEN) 2:28:23 [7]
2 2014  Tadese Tola (ETH) 2:06:55  Bizuayehu Ehite (ETH) 2:30:30 [8]
3 2015  Lemi Hayle (ETH) 2:07:57  Fatuma Sado (ETH) 2:26:25 [9]
4 2016  Artur Kozłowski (POL) 2:11:54  Kumesci Sichala (ETH) 2:28:43 [2]
5 2017  Felix Kimutai (KEN) 2:10:34  Nastassia Ivanova (BLR) 2:28:44 [10]
6 2018  Ezekiel Omullo (KEN) 2:11:17  Nastassia Ivanova (BLR) 2:28:03 [11]
7 2019  Regasa Bejiga (ETH) 2:09:42  Sheila Jerotich (KEN) 2:26:06 [12][13]
2020 not held [6]

Multiple wins[edit]

By country[edit]

Country Total Men's Women's
 Ethiopia 6 3 3
 Kenya 4 2 2
 Belarus 2 0 2
 Poland 1 1 0
 Eritrea 1 1 0


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