Seville Marathon

Seville Marathon
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DateFebruary
LocationSeville, Spain
Event typeRoad
DistanceMarathon
Primary sponsorZurich
Established1985
Course recordsMen: 2:04:43
Ethiopia Asrar Abderehman (2022)
Women: 2:18:51
Ethiopia Alemu Megertu (2022)
Official siteSeville Marathon
Participants7,547 finishers (2022)
10,316 (2020)
9,154 (2019)

The Zurich Seville Marathon is a marathon held annually in the streets of Seville since 1985. It is organized by the department of sports of the town hall and sponsored by both public and private organizations. It was used as a host of the 1999 World Championships in Athletics marathon event. In 2018 was for the first time selected as a Gold Label Road Race by IAAF.

The women's course record (2:23:13) was set by Ugandan Juliet Chekwel in 2020, men's (2:04:46) was set in 2020 too by Ethiopian Mekuant Ayenew.

Winners

Key:   Course record

Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
2022  Asrar Abderehman (ETH) 2:04:43  Alemu Megertu (ETH) 2:18:51
2020  Mekuant Ayenew (ETH) 2:04:46  Juliet Chekwel (UGA) 2:23:13
2019  Tsedat Ayana (ETH) 2:06:36  Guteni Shone (ETH) 2:24:29
2018  Dickson Tuwei (KEN) 2:08:18  Kaoutar Boulaid (MAR) 2:25:32
2017  Titus Ekiru (KEN) 2:07:42  Paula González (ESP) 2:28:54
2016  Cosmas Lagat (KEN) 2:08:14  Paula González (ESP) 2:31:18
2015  Lawrence Cherono (KEN) 2:09:39  Filomena Costa (POR) 2:28:00
2014  Cosmas Lagat (KEN) 2:08:33  Pamela Rotich (KEN) 2:35:43
2013  Solomon Busendich (KEN) 2:10:13  Ehite Bizuayehu (ETH) 2:29:52
2012  Mohamed Bilal (MAR) 2:13:41  Jill Hodgins (IRL) 2:46:40
2011  Daniel Abera (ETH) 2:09:53  Alemnesh Eshetu (ETH) 2:33:26
2010  Philipp Biwott (KEN) 2:10:39  Desta Girma (ETH) 2:34:53
2009  Hailu Dogaga (ETH) 2:10:31  Marisa Barros (POR) 2:26:03
2008  Samson Bungei (KEN) 2:10:52  Ana Dias (POR) 2:29:22
2007  Sylvester Chebii (KEN) 2:15:16  Faustina-María Ramos (ESP) 2:45:34
2006  Christopher Kipkoech (KEN) 2:19:12  Faustina-María Ramos (ESP) 2:40:20
2005  Noah Serem (KEN) 2:22:15  Liliya Yadzhak (RUS) 2:45:18
2004  Nelson Lebo (KEN) 2:11:13  Julia Myatt (GBR) 2:46:48
2003  Onesmus Mutisya (KEN) 2:17:24  Beatriz Ros (ESP) 2:31:09
2002  William Musyoki (KEN) 2:16:22  Faustina-María Ramos (ESP) 2:36:13
2001  José Rey (ESP) 2:10:49  Faustina-María Ramos (ESP) 2:34:41
2000  Alexandr Krestyaninov (RUS) 2:16:52  Irina Suvorova (RUS) 2:33:48
1999  John Mutai (KEN) 2:16:35  Marie Söderström-Lundberg (SWE) 2:35:21
1998  Nicolas Kioko (KEN) 2:13:01  Anfisa Kosacheva (RUS) 2:41:25
1997  Agustín Molina (ESP) 2:17:43  Anfisa Kosacheva (RUS) 2:41:18
1996  Jorge Juan Sempere (ESP) 2:16:35  María Luisa Muñoz (ESP) 2:28:59
1995  Diego García (ESP) 2:11:21  Alzira Lário (POR) 2:47:04
1994  José Apalanza (ESP) 2:16:09  Ana Isabel Alonso (ESP) 2:33:18
1993  Vicente Antón (ESP) 2:14:37  Karen MacLeod (GBR) 2:34:30
1992  Miguel Ríos (ESP) 2:15:31  Christine Van Put (BEL) 2:40:46
1991  Laurenio Bezerra (BRA) 2:11:56  Sarah Davis (USA) 2:56:45
1990  Luis Adsuara (ESP) 2:15:01  Marina Prat (ESP) 2:38:14
1989  Suleiman Nyambui (TAN) 2:16:59  Consuelo Alonso (ESP) 2:51:33
1988  Pavel Klimeš (TCH) 2:12:59  Wendy Flath-Harris (USA) 3:03:07
1987  Vicente Antón (ESP) 2:12:56  María Luisa Irízar (ESP) 2:42:08
1986  Vicente Antón (ESP) 2:14:40  Carmen Mingorance (ESP) 2:57:38
1985  Francisco Medina (ESP) 2:21:23  Wendy Harris (USA) 3:12:09

References

  • Seville Marathon. Association of Road Racing Statisticians. Retrieved on 2018-02-25.

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