Oslo Marathon

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The Oslo Marathon is an annual marathon that takes place between the end of September and the beginning of October. There are four distances; marathon, half-marathon, 10 and 3 km.

The track goes along the seaside of Oslofjord. It is very flat, and competitors in the marathon run it twice.

History[edit]

The first Oslo Marathon took place in 1994. After some years without any long distance race, the capital of Norway re-launched the Oslo Marathon in 2004.

The number of participants in the 2010 edition was close to 16,000, of which almost 50% were women.

Results[edit]

Marathon[edit]

Year Winner men Country Time Winner women Country Time
2017 Yuki Kawauchi  Japan 2:15:58 Hilde Aders  Norway 2:54:31
2016 Marius Vedvik  Norway 2:21:53 Marthe Myhre  Norway 2:43:34
2015 Taye Tirfea  Ethiopia 2:20:49 Hilde Aders  Norway 2:52:35
2014 Taye Tirfea  Ethiopia 2:21:36 Laila Mehus  Norway 2:54:27
2013 Andreas Myhre  Norway 2:24:50 Marianne Johansen  Norway 2:47:57
2012 Øystein Sylta  Norway 2:25:42 Marthe Myhre  Norway 2:44:43
2011 Andreas Myhre  Norway 2:27:28 Marthe Myhre  Norway 2:52:30
2010 Andreas Høye  Norway 2:29:21 Fride Vullum-Bruer  Norway 2:45:34
2009 John Strupstad  Norway 2:32:29 Margaretha Baumann  Norway 2:49:49
2008 Martin Kjäll-Ohlsson  Norway 2:26:15 Sharon Broadwell  Norway 2:57:03
2007 Ronny Hognestad  Norway 2:35:04 Margaretha Baumann  Norway 2:52:26
2006 Henrik Sandstad  Norway 2:24:00 Margrethe Løgavlen  Norway 2:56:01

Half Marathon[edit]

Year Winner men Country Time Winner women Country Time
2017 Okubamichael Fissehatsion  Eritrea 1:04:45 Runa Skrove Falch  Norway 1:16:32
2016 Okubamichael Fissehatsion  Eritrea 1:05:50 Rebecca Louise Hilland  Norway 1:16:48
2015 Boniface Kirui  Kenya 1:03:24 Eleanor Davis  United Kingdom 1:15:45
2014 Sondre Nordstad Moen  Norway 1:02:59 Heidi Pharo  Norway 1:17:18

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