12,000-plus runners from all walks of life make 2019 a record turnout. PHUKET, Thailand – Phuket’s largest mass participation sports event, the award-winning Laguna Phuket Marathon, welcomed a record 12,000-plus runners from 73 countries for its 14th edition. Held on the 8th and 9th June at Laguna Phuket, the two-day festival of sport and fun was presided over by LCDR. Worawit
Marathon Takashi Mino won the race with a time of 02:35:02. Bryan Quiamco earned runner-up honours with a time of 02:40:15. Azlan Pagay got the third place in 02:41:20. In the ladies race, Tomomi Nakajima took top honours by finishing the race in 03:03:55 . She bested Amy Mumford who crossed the finish line 6 minutes 15 secondes behind her. The
Held 8th and 9th June 2019, the event is set to be the biggest yet. Runners from more than 50 countries will compete. BANGKOK, Thailand – The award-winning Laguna Phuket Marathon returns for its 14th year to the “Best Sport Event Venue In Thailand”* and organisers are expecting a bumper field of over 13,000 participants from more than 50 countries. Welcoming
Koji Nishizawa (JPN) and Sabrina Polito (ITA) win Marathon.
Thai National Team Boonthung Srisung and Natthaya Thanaronnawat win Half Marathon.
9,000 runners sets a new record for Laguna Phuket Marathon.
Honeymooners Nakajima Hiroki and Inoue Tomomi won Marathon Male and Female crowns PHUKET, Thailand – More than 4,000 runners lined-up this morning to run the Marathon and Half Marathon distances at the 12th Laguna Phuket Marathon. With a record turnout of almost 7,000 runners over the two day event, the Marathon and Half Marathon have proved the most popular and with
Marathon Nakajima Hiroki outpaced more then 1520 runners to win in 02:34:57. He bested David Escolar Ballesteros who crossed the finish line 30 minutes 19 secondes behind him. Cheng-Ya Sha got the third place in 03:09:03. In the ladies race, it was Inoue Tomomi who took the top spot in 03:10:34 . She bested Ana Ferreira who crossed the finish line
BANGKOK, Thailand – The world-famous Laguna Phuket Marathon is set to celebrate its 12th year with a record turnout of more than 7,000 runners from over 40 countries. Sanctioned by the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races, the Laguna Phuket Marathon is held from sunset to sunrise over two days – 3rd and 4th June, 2017 – and is organised
PHUKET, Thailand – More than 7,000 athletes from around the world are heading to Phuket this June to “Run Paradise” at the 2017 Laguna Phuket Marathon. Having put Phuket on the map as a world-class sports tourism destination, the Laguna Phuket Marathon has grown to become the leading destination marathon in South East Asia and will take place 3rd and 4th
Laguna Phuket International Marathon Koji Nishizawa won the race with a time of 02:37:53. Coming in second was Neil Pearson (02:47:16). Finishing third was Mario Maglinao (02:49:54). In the women’s race, Lany Cardona took top honors by finishing the race in 03:23:00 , ahead of Wilaiwan Kumpituk (03:24:33). Finishing third was Xiomara Templeton (03:31:10). Top 5 Men 1 Koji Nishizawa 02:37:53
For the past 9 years, the small island of Phuket, in southern Thailand has been hosting a marathon at the beginning of June. This year the race was won by Japanese Chikara Yanada in 02:52:26. He was followed by two local runners Settawut Thanaaeknithiwat (02:56:32) and Panoom Khansamoon (03:00:29). The women’s race was also a Japanese victory. Naomi Ochiai finished the
Laguna Phuket International Marathon has just published the results of the 2010 edition. http://www.phuketmarathon.com/results.php 4,600 runners took part in the event this year. In 2011, the races will take place on June 12th.