Pavel Loskutov

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Pavel Loskutov
Pavel Loskutov, 2010.jpg
Medal record
Men's athletics
Representing  Estonia
European Championships
Silver medal – second place 2002 Munich Marathon

Pavel Loskutov (born 2 December 1969 in Valka, Latvia) is a former Estonian long-distance runner who specialized in marathon races. He has competed in the Olympic marathon race four times consecutively, from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics to the 2008 Beijing Games.


In 2001, he won the Göteborgsvarvet half marathon in Gothenburg with a time of 1:03:00. Loskutov finished as the runner-up of the Paris Marathon in 2002 and went on to win a silver medal later that year at the 2002 European Championships in 2:13:18 hours.[1] He was the winner of the JoongAng Seoul Marathon in 2003 and 2004. He also has won half-marathon at the 2008 Riga Marathon. He retired from competition in 2010.


Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Estonia
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 48th Marathon 2:22:49
1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 49th Marathon 2:33:42
1996 Summer Olympics Atlanta, United States 58th Marathon 2:23:14
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 48th Marathon 2:29:10
1998 World Cross Country Championships Marrakech, Morocco 85th Long race
World Half Marathon Championships Uster, Switzerland 66th Half marathon 1:05:00
European Championships Budapest, Hungary 29th Marathon 2:19:38
1999 World Half Marathon Championships Palermo, Italy 55th Half marathon 1:05:45
Frankfurt Marathon Frankfurt, Germany 1st Marathon 2:12:37
Helsinki Marathon Helsinki, Finland 1st Marathon 2:19:18
2000 Summer Olympics Sydney, Australia 35th Marathon 2:19:41
2001 Frankfurt Marathon Frankfurt, Germany 1st Marathon 2:11:09
2002 Paris Marathon Paris, France 2nd Marathon 2:08:53
European Championships Munich, Germany 2nd Marathon 2:13:18
Fukuoka Marathon Fukuoka, Japan 4th Marathon 2:10:14
2003 JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 1st Marathon 2:09:15
2004 Summer Olympics Athens, Greece 26th Marathon 2:18:09
JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 1st Marathon 2:09:34
2005 JoongAng Seoul Marathon Seoul, South Korea 4th Marathon 2:12:12
2006 Paris Marathon Paris, France 12th Marathon 2:11:25
2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan Marathon DNF
Beppu-Ōita Marathon Beppu-Ōita, Japan 8th Marathon 2:14:49
2008 Summer Olympics Beijing, China 75th Marathon 2:39:01

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