Berlin Marathon Results

Berlin Marathon Results: A new world record has been set! 2 hours 1 minute 39 seconds – a new world record in the marathon!

The 45th Berlin marathon (BMW Berlin-Marathon), one of the six most prestigious marathons in the world, part of the World Marathon Majors, which has the IAAF gold status, was held on September 16. Nearly 45,000 participants from 133 countries started from the Brandenburg Gate. The track is famous for its many turns. But to help the runner – a blue dotted line, adhering to which, you can avoid the winding of extra meters.

The Berlin marathon 2018, rich in records, has confirmed the status of the fastest marathon in the world.

 

Results of the Berlin Marathon 

Eliud Kipchoge, who initially led the list of elite runners, broke away from his pursuers from the first kilometers. And the 33-year-old Kenyan fought not with rivals, but with Dennis Kimetto’s world achievement (2: 02.57; 2014). Kipchoge overcame the distance in 2: 01.39, improving the previous record by 1 minute 18 seconds. For the second place, Kenyans Amos Kipruto and Wilson Kipsang fought for almost the entire distance.

 

 

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

BERLIN MARATHON RESULTS

 

 

Marathon men

Kipchoge Eliud (Kenya) 02:01:39
Kipruto Amos (Kenya) 02:06:23
Kipsang Wilson (Kenya) 02:06:48
Shogo Nakamura (Japan) 2:08:16
Tades Zersenai (Eritrea) 2:08:46
Sato Yuki (Japan) 2:09:18

 

Gladys Cherono defended the title of champion of the Berlin marathon, improving her last year’s result by 2 minutes 12 seconds and updating the track record – 2 hours 18 minutes 11 seconds. It was expected that the Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba would become Kenyan’s main rival, and she really went the first half of the distance. But already a cutoff of 25 km Dibaba crossed the third, and after 30 km it was in 4th place. However, in the end, the Ethiopian athlete was able to get around Kenyan Edna Kiplagat and win the bronze of the 2018 Berlin Marathon. The silver medalist of the 2017 Berlin Marathon, Aga Ruti from Ethiopia, is second again this year.

 

Marathon women

Cherono Gladys (Kenya) 02:18:11
Ruti Aga (Ethiopia) 02:18:34
Dibaba Tirunesh (Ethiopia) 02:18:55
Kiplagath Edna (Kenya) 2:21:18
Matsuda Mizuki (Japan) 2:22:23
Tola Helen (Ethiopia) 2:22:48

 

Two Russian runners were among the 100 best: Mukhamedzarifov Farid took 81 place (02:28:22), Malykh Roman – 83 (02:28:35). Rybkina Alena – the best result among the participants from Russia (02:59:39), she is in 99th place. In total, there are about 600 Russian runners among the participants in the Berlin marathon.

In the fall, two more starts of the Big Six will take place: the Chicago marathon (October 7) and the New York marathon (November 4).

 

 

Berlin Marathon

Year Men hr:min:sec Women hr:min:sec
*A second Berlin Marathon was run in 1977 and served as the West German national championship.
1974 Günter Hallas (W.Ger.) 2:44:53 Jutta von Haase (W.Ger.) 3:22:01
1975 Raif Bochröder (W.Ger.) 2:47:08 Kristin Bochröder (W.Ger.) 3:59:15
1976 Ingo Sensburg (W.Ger.) 2:23:08 Ursula Blaschke (W.Ger.) 3:04:12
1977 Norman Wilson (U.K.) 2:16:20 Angelika Brandt (W.Ger.) 3:10:27
1977* Günter Mielke (W.Ger.) 2:15:19 Christa Vahlensieck (W.Ger.) 2:34:48
1978 Michael Spöttel (W.Ger.) 2:20:03 Ursula Blaschke (W.Ger.) 2:57:09
1979 Ingo Sensburg (W.Ger.) 2:21:09 Jutta von Haase (W.Ger.) 3:07:07
1980 Ingo Sensburg (W.Ger.) 2:16:48 Gerlinde Püttmann (W.Ger.) 2:47:18
1981 Ian Ray (U.K.) 2:15:42 Angelika Stephan (W.Ger.) 2:47:24
1982 Domingo Tibaduiza (Colom.) 2:14:46 Jean Lockhead (U.K.) 2:47:05
1983 Karel Lismont (Belg.) 2:13:37 Karen Holdsworth (U.K.) 2:40:32
1984 John Skovbjerg (Den.) 2:13:35 Agnes Jakab (Hung.) 2:39:32
1985 James Ashworth (U.K.) 2:11:43 Magda Ilands (Belg.) 2:34:10
1986 Bogusław Psujek (Pol.) 2:11:03 Charlotte Teske (W.Ger.) 2:32:10
1987 Suleiman Nyambui (Tanz.) 2:11:11 Kerstin Pressler (W.Ger.) 2:31:22
1988 Suleiman Nyambui (Tanz.) 2:11:45 Renata Kokowska (Pol.) 2:29:16
1989 Alfredo Shahanga (Tanz.) 2:10:11 Paivi Tikkanen (Fin.) 2:28:45
1990 Steve Moneghetti (Austl.) 2:08:16 Uta Pippig (E.Ger.) 2:28:37
1991 Steve Brace (U.K.) 2:10:57 Renata Kokowska (Pol.) 2:27:36
1992 David Tsebe (S.Af.) 2:08:07 Uta Pippig (E.Ger.) 2:30:22
1993 Xolile Yawa (S.Af.) 2:10:57 Renata Kokowska (Pol.) 2:26:20
1994 António Pinto (Port.) 2:08:31 Katrin Dörre-Heinig (Ger.) 2:25:15
1995 Sammy Lelei (Kenya) 2:07:02 Uta Pippig (Ger.) 2:25:37
1996 Abel Anton (Spain) 2:09:15 Colleen De Reuck (S.Af.) 2:26:35
1997 Elijah Lagat (Kenya) 2:07:41 Catherina McKiernan (Ire.) 2:23:44
1998 Ronaldo da Costa (Braz.) 2:06:05 Marleen Renders (Belg.) 2:25:22
1999 Josephat Kiprono (Kenya) 2:06:44 Tegla Loroupe (Kenya) 2:20:43
2000 Simon Biwott (Kenya) 2:07:42 Matsuo Kazumi (Japan) 2:26:15
2001 Joseph Ngolepus (Kenya) 2:08:47 Takahashi Naoko (Japan) 2:19:46
2002 Raymond Kipkoech (Kenya) 2:06:47 Takahashi Naoko (Japan) 2:21:49
2003 Paul Tergat (Kenya) 2:04:55 Hashimoto Yasuko (Japan) 2:26:32
2004 Felix Limo (Kenya) 2:06:44 Shibui Yoko (Japan) 2:19:41
2005 Philip Manyim (Kenya) 2:07:41 Noguchi Mizuki (Japan) 2:19:12
2006 Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) 2:05:56 Gete Wami (Eth.) 2:21:34
2007 Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) 2:04:26 Gete Wami (Eth.) 2:23:17
2008 Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) 2:03:59 Irina Mikitenko (Ger.) 2:19:19
2009 Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) 2:06:08 Atsede Habtamu Besuye (Eth.) 2:24:47
2010 Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya) 2:05:08 Aberu Kebede (Eth.) 2:23:58
2011 Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya) 2:03:38 Florence Kiplagat (Kenya) 2:19:44
2012 Geoffrey Mutai (Kenya) 2:04:15 Aberu Kebede (Eth.) 2:20:30
2013 Wilson Kipsang (Kenya) 2:03:23 Florence Kiplagat (Kenya) 2:21:13
2014 Dennis Kimetto (Kenya) 2:02:57 Tirfi Tsegaye (Eth.) 2:20:18
2015 Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) 2:04:00 Gladys Cherono (Kenya) 2:19:25
2016 Kenenisa Bekele (Eth.) 2:03:03 Aberu Kebede (Eth.) 2:20:45
2017 Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) 2:03:32 Gladys Cherono (Kenya) 2:20:23
2018 Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) 2:01:39 Gladys Cherono (Kenya) 2:18:11

 

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2018

This  Berlin Marathon race was won by Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) in men and Gladys Cherono (Kenya) in women. Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) took 2:01:39 hrs to reach the milestone where as Gladys Cherono (Kenya) achieved this goal in 2:18:11 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2017

This Berlin Marathon race was won by Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) in men and Gladys Cherono (Kenya) in women. Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) took 2:03:32 hrs to reach the milestone where as Gladys Cherono (Kenya) achieved this goal in 2:20:23 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2016

This race was won by Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) in men and Aberu Kebede (Eth.) in women. Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) took 2:03:03 to reach the milestone where as Aberu Kebede (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:20:45 hrs

 

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2015

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) in men and Gladys Cherono (Kenya) in women. Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) took 2:04:00 to reach the milestone where as Gladys Cherono (Kenya) achieved this goal in 2:19:25

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2014

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Dennis Kimetto (Kenya) in men and Tirfi Tsegaye (Eth.) in women.  Dennis Kimetto (Kenya) took 2:02:57 to reach the milestone where as Tirfi Tsegaye (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:20:18

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2013

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Wilson Kipsang (Kenya) in men and Florence Kiplagat (Kenya)  in women. Wilson Kipsang (Kenya)  took 2:03:23  hrs to reach the milestone where as Florence Kiplagat (Kenya) achieved this goal in 2:21:13

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2012

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Geoffrey Mutai (Kenya) in men and Aberu Kebede (Eth.) in women. Geoffrey Mutai (Kenya) took 2:04:15 hrs to reach the milestone where as Aberu Kebede (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:20:30 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2011

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya) in men and Florence Kiplagat (Kenya) in women. Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya)  took 2:03:38 hrs to reach the milestone where as Florence Kiplagat (Kenya) achieved this goal in 2:19:44 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2010

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya) in men and Aberu Kebede (Eth.) in women. Patrick Makau Musyoki (Kenya) took 2:05:08 hrs to reach the milestone where as Aberu Kebede (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:23:58 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2009

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) in men and Atsede Habtamu Besuye (Eth.) in women. Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) took 2:06:08 hrs to reach the milestone where as Atsede Habtamu Besuye (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:24:47 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2008

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) in men and Irina Mikitenko (Ger.) in women. Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) took 2:03:59 hrs to reach the milestone where as Irina Mikitenko (Ger.) achieved this goal in 2:19:19 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2007

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) in men and Gete Wami (Eth.)in women. Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.)  took 2:04:26 hrs to reach the milestone where as Gete Wami (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:23:17 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2006

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) in men and Gete Wami (Eth.) in women. Haile Gebrselassie (Eth.) took 2:05:56 hrs to reach the milestone where as Gete Wami (Eth.) achieved this goal in 2:21:34 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2005

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Philip Manyim (Kenya) in men and Noguchi Mizuki (Japan) in women. Philip Manyim (Kenya) took 2:07:41 hrs to reach the milestone where as Noguchi Mizuki (Japan)achieved this goal in 2:19:12 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2004

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Felix Limo (Kenya) in men and Shibui Yoko (Japan) in women. Felix Limo (Kenya) took 2:06:44 hrs to reach the milestone where as Shibui Yoko (Japan) achieved this goal in 2:19:41 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2003

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Paul Tergat (Kenya) in men and Hashimoto Yasuko (Japan) in women. Paul Tergat (Kenya) took 2:04:55 hrs to reach the milestone where as Hashimoto Yasuko (Japan)achieved this goal in 2:26:32 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2002

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Raymond Kipkoech (Kenya) in men and Takahashi Naoko (Japan) in women.Raymond Kipkoech (Kenya) took 2:01:39 hrs to reach the milestone where as Takahashi Naoko (Japan) achieved this goal in 3:22:01 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2001

 

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Joseph Ngolepus (Kenya) in men and Takahashi Naoko (Japan) in women.Joseph Ngolepus (Kenya)  took 2:06:47 hrs to reach the milestone where as Takahashi Naoko (Japan) achieved this goal in 2:19:46 hrs

 

Berlin Marathon Race Results 2000

This Berlin Marathon was started in 2018. This race was won by Simon Biwott (Kenya) in men and Matsuo Kazumi (Japan) in women. Simon Biwott (Kenya) took 2:07:42 hrs to reach the milestone where as Matsuo Kazumi (Japan) achieved this goal in 2:26:15 hrs

 

berlin marathon results

berlin marathon results

 

berlin marathon results

berlin marathon results

 

 

Eliud Kipchoge said: “I am very happy that I was able to break the world record. It was very difficult to run the last 17 km alone, but I was preparing for it. I ran like Eliud Kipchoge, ran my own marathon. I believed in my training, I believed in my coaches, ”said the athlete after the finish line, TASS writes.

And the list of victories of Eliud Kipchoge is becoming more and more impressive. The Kenyan is the 2016 Olympic champion in the marathon, the author of an unofficial world record (2:00:25; 2017), the three-time winner of the Berlin marathon (2015, 2017, 2018), the three-time winner of the London marathon (2015, 2016, 2018). And now the world record holder (2:01:39).

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