The 2006 Portland Marathon
|Location||Portland, Oregon, United States|
|Distance||Marathon and half-marathon|
The Portland Marathon is an annual marathon sporting event held in the city of Portland, Oregon, held continuously from 1972. The 2018 Portland Marathon was originally scheduled for Sunday, October 7, 2018. It was announced as cancelled on April 27, 2018 by an announcement from the Portland Marathon Board of Directors, following a misconduct investigation initiated by the Oregon Department of Justice. On Friday, June 1, 2018, city of Portland officials chose a new organizer for the 2018 Marathon, Run With Paula Events, which has created other successful distance-running events in the Portland area including Bridge of the Goddess, the Hippie Chick, and Helvetia Half marathons. Following the 2018 race, city of Portland officials selected Brooksee, LLC as the new organizer for the event going forward beginning with the 2019 race, which is scheduled to take place on October 6, 2019. Brooksee is best known for their REVEL Race Series, a series of downhill marathons and half marathons that take place across the western United States and Canada. The marathon is generally held the first Sunday in October, with as many as 10,000 runners competing. It features both full marathon and half marathon events.
The men's course record of 2:17:21 hours was set by German runner Uli Steidl in 1997. Japan's Hiromi Yokoyama holds the women's course record with her time of 2:36:40 hours from 1991. The oldest finisher was Mavis Lingren at age 90 in 1997.
|Edition||Year||Men's Winner||Time (h:m:s)||Women's Winner||Time (h:m:s)|
|36th||2007||Carlos Siqueiros (USA)||2:25:27||Mayu Horiki (JPN)||2:53:47|
|37th||2008||John Ngigi (KEN)||2:31:22||Kami Semick (USA)||2:45:24|
|38th||2009||Jason Finch (USA)||2:24:13||Yuri Yoshizumi (JPN)||2:55:59|
|39th||2010||Eric Griffiths (USA)||2:28:44||Kami Semick (USA)||2:52:04|
|40th||2011||Ian Nurse (USA)||2:27:38||Marcella Klimek (USA)||2:46:27|
|41st||2012||Jameson Mora (USA)||2:21:09||Colleen Little (USA)||2:51:35|
|42nd||2013||Jameson Mora (USA)||2:20:54||Rachel Jaten (USA)||2:42:15|
|43rd||2014||Makoto Ozawa (JPN)||2:23:57||Susan Smith (USA)||2:53:30|
|44th||2015||Jameson Mora (USA)||2:28:29||Susie Scott (USA)||2:51:23|
|45th||2016||Matthew Palilla (USA)||2:36:25||Kate Landau (USA)||2:38:45|
|46th||2017||Teppei Suegami (USA)||2:23:41||Allison Goldstein (USA)||2:50:25|
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- "Portland Marathon cancels 2018 event following misconduct investigation". KGW. Retrieved 2018-04-27.
- Graves, Mark (October 9, 2016). "2016 Portland Marathon draws thousands of runners". The Oregonian/OregonLive. Retrieved 11 October 2016.
- Portland Marathon. Association of Road Racing Statisticians (2011-10-11). Retrieved on 2011-10-28.
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