Sardana Trofimova had to push hard during the race to cross the finish line in a record time of 02:28:18. That’s nearly 9 minutes faster than the previous record set by Alice Serser (2:37:06) in 2011. With this stunning time, she manages to finish at the 6th place overall!
Gladys Kipsoi takes the second place in 02:33:00 and Hirut Beyene Guangul the third in 02:38:13.
In the men’s race Raymond Kemboi managed to pull away from the leaders group at the half marathon and finished the race solo. He wins the marathon in 2:10:59, missing the course record for a few seconds. The second place went to Tegegne Abraraw Misganaw who finished 4 minutes later (02:14:49). Kévin Limoh Kipkemoi is third in 02:17:42.
2,777 runners crossed the finish line. This is less than the 3,484 finishers of last year.
|2||ABRARAW MISGANAW Tegegne||02:14:49|
|3||LIMOH KIPKEMOI Kévin||02:17:42|
|5||SUFA CHALA Damessa||02:26:04|
|3||BEYENE GUANGUL Hirut||02:38:13|
|5||GELANE BULBULE SENBETE||02:42:39|