Prague Grand Prix

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Prague Grand Prix
Date September
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Event type Road
Distance 10 kilometres
Established 1997
Course records Men 27:10
Benard Kimeli (2017)
Women 29:43
Joyciline Jepkosgei (2017)
Official site www.runczech.com

The Prague Grand Prix is an annual running event which takes place in September in Prague, Czech Republic. It is a 10-kilometre race organised in the attractive surroundings of Prague city centre during evening twilight. The race was introduced in 1997 as the O2 Prague Grand Prix, and is a part of the RunCzech running circuit. The event holds IAAF Gold Label Road Race status.

The new course was introduced in 2013 and course records are held by Kenya's Geoffrey Ronoh and Violah Jepchumba.[1]

Past winners[edit]

Key:   Course record

Edition Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)[2]
11th 2007  Wilfred Taragon (KEN) 28:26  Irene Kwambai (KEN) 15:46
12th 2008  Vitaliy Rybak (UKR) 29:27  Anikó Kálovics (HUN) 15:27
13th 2009  Dickson Marwa (TAN) 28:24  Gladys Otero (KEN) 15:45
14th 2010  Mourad Marofit (MAR) 28:27  Zakia Mrisho (TAN) 15:41
15th 2011  Philemon Limo (KEN) 27:34  Priscah Cherono (KEN) 15:32
16th 2012  Henry Kiplagat (KEN) 27:51  Tadelech Bekele (ETH) 15:48
17th 2013  Daniel Chebii (KEN) 27:35  Josephine Chepkoech (KEN) 32:00
18th 2014  Geoffrey Ronoh (KEN) 27:28  Correti Jepkoech (KEN) 31:05
19th 2015  Daniel Chebii (KEN) 27:42  Peres Jepchirchir (KEN) 30:55
20th 2016  Abraham Kipyatich (KEN) 27:40  Violah Jepchumba (KEN) 30:24
21st 2017  Benard Kimeli (KEN) 27:10  Joyciline Jepkosgei (KEN) 29:43 AR

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prague International Marathon Retrieved on 2016-09-10.
  2. ^ Until 2012, women ran only 5 kilometres.

External links[edit]