Copenhagen Marathon

Surprising victory & new course record at the 39th annual Telenor CPH Marathon

15 May 2018 15:19
Jean-Loup Fenaux
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William Nyarondia Morwabe was both able to claim the victory at this year’s Telenor Copenhagen Marathon and improve the race record by almost one minute.

Massive crowd, blazing sunshine and a new race record at the Copenhagen Marathon

23 May 2017 14:20
Jean-Loup Fenaux

Sunny skies, a new blistering race record and thousands of happy runners and cheering spectators – the 38th Telenor Copenhagen Marathon turned out to be that fantastic event, everyone had hoped for.

A set goal of Telenor Copenhagen Marathon is to be awarded the International Association of Athletics Federations Road Race Bronze Label.A crucial element of that happening is a strong

Results: Copenhagen Marathon

23 May 2016 09:14
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Great popular success at the Copenhagen Marathon this weekend with more than 9000 finishers. Aschalew Biru Hunde took top honors by finishing the race in 02:20:47, followed by Lahcen Mokraji who finished with a time of 02:21:14. The third place went to Evans Kiprotich with a time of 02:21:15 In the women’s race, it was Gladys Kibiwot who took the top

Capital braced for the Marathon

May 22 2016
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Impressive Moroccan and Kenyan victories at the 36th Nykredit Copenhagen Marathon

25 May 2015 16:05
Jean-Loup Fenaux
The victory in this year’s Nykredit Copenhagen Marathon went to Hassane Ahouchar of Morocco who finished strong in 2 hours 15 minutes and 34 seconds. Nancy Jebel Koech from Kenya was the fastest woman, and with a time of 2:33.42 she delivered one of the fastest times in race history. The 36th Nykredit Copenhagen Marathon was eventful throughout, with perfect weather

Results for the 2014 Nykredit Copenhagen Marathon

20 May 2014 03:45
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Julius Kiprono Mutai, Kenya, won the Copenhagen Marathon in 2:17:54. During the race, he was expected to break the course record set in 1986. At the half marathon mark, Mutai left his competitors behind. But at 30 km, he couldn’t keep the same pace and had to slow down. He still finished alone, 4 minutes ahead of Amare A Abebe (Ethiopia