|Distance||Marathon, Half marathon, 10K run, 10K Nordic walking|
|Course records||Men's: 2:09:22 (2017)|
Women's: 2:32:16 (2019)
|Official site||Tallinn Marathon|
The Tallinn Marathon is an annual road marathon, held in Tallinn, Estonia. It is held in September and is the biggest annual marathon in Estonia. Both the marathon and the half marathon held the day before are categorized as Bronze Label Road Races by World Athletics.
The first regularly-held marathon was held in 2010. Prior to this, the marathon was first held in 1989 with about 100 runners, and a half marathon and a 10 km race had been held regularly since 2000.
The 2020 in-person edition of the race was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all registrants given the option of running the race virtually, transferring their entry to 2021, or obtaining a refund.
Key: Course record
|Year||Men's winner||Nationality||Time[a]||Women's winner||Nationality||Time[a]|
|2010||Bernard Rotich||Kenya||2:18:16||Ruth Kutol||Kenya||2:36:02|
|2011||Julius Muriuki||Kenya||2:12:56||Almaz Alemu||Ethiopia||2:34:14|
|2012||John Kirui||Kenya||2:15:21||Evelin Talts||Estonia||2:45:02|
|2013||Tesfaye Beyene||Ethiopia||2:15:01||Irene Chepkirui||Kenya||2:34:40|
|2014||Tesfaye Beyene||Ethiopia||2:17:29||Evelin Talts||Estonia||2:56:26|
|2015||Kiprop Tonui||Kenya||2:18:04||Kaisa Kukk||Estonia||2:52:40|
|2016||Bernard Chumba||Kenya||2:20:52||Esther Karimi||Kenya||2:49:20|
|2017||Ronald Kirui||Kenya||2:09:22||Olga Andrejeva||Estonia||2:51:06|
|2018||Roman Fosti||Estonia||2:24:08||Daisy Langat||Kenya||2:33:50|
|2019||Josphat Leting||Kenya||2:12:42||Pamela Rotich||Kenya||2:32:16|
|2020||cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic|