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Hall of Fame - Winners of the London Marathon 
photos see below - see also TopTenHistory in xlsfile

 

 

Wilson Kipsang (KEN)

2:04:29

2014

Edna Kiplagat (KEN)

2:20:21

Tsegaye Kebede (ETH)

2:06:04

2013

Priscah Jeptoo (KEN)

2:20:15

Wilson Kipsang (KEN)

2:04:44

2012

Mary Keitany (KEN)

2:18:37 NR

Emmanuel Mutai (KEN)

2:04:40 CR

2011

Mary Keitany (KEN)

2:19:19

Tsegaye Kebede (ETH)

2:05:19

2010

Liliya Shobukhova (RUS)

2:22:00

Samuel Wanjiru (KEN)

2:05:10 CR

2009

Irina Mikitenko (GER)

2:22:11

Martin Lel (KEN)

2:05:15 CR

2008

Irina Mikitenko (GER)

2:24:14 NR

Martin Lel (KEN)

2:07:41

2007

Chunxiu Zhou (CHI)

2:20:38

Felix Limo (KEN)

2:06:39

2006

Deena Kastor (USA)

2:19:36 NR

Martin Lel (KEN)

2:07:26

2005

Paula Radcliffe (GBR)

2:17:42 WR*

Evans Rutto (KEN)

2:06:18

2004

Margaret Okoya (KEN)

2:22:35

Gezahegne Abera (ETH)

2:07:56

2003

Paula Radcliffe (GBR)

2:15:25 WR

Khalid Khannouchi (USA)

2:05:38 WR

2002

Paula Radcliffe (GBR)

2:18:56

Abdelkadel El Mouaziz (MAR)

2:07:11

2001

Derartu Tulu (ETH)

2:23:57

Antonio Pinto (POR)

2:06:36 ER

2000

Tegla Loroupe (KEN)

2:24:33

Abdelkadel El Mouaziz (MAR)

2:07:57

1999

Joyce Chepchumba (KEN)

2:23:22

Abel Anton (ESP)

2:07:57

1998

Catherine McKiernan (IRL)

2:26:26

Antonio Pinto (POR)

2:07:55

1997

Joyce Chepchumba (KEN)

2:26:51

Dionicio Ceron (MEX)

2:10:00

1996

Liz McColgan (GBR)

2:27:54

Dionicio Ceron (MEX)

2:08:30

1995

Malgorzata Sobanska (POL)

2:27:43

Dionicio Ceron (MEX)

2:08:53

1994

Katrin Dörre (GER)

2:32:34

Eamonn Martin (GBR)

2:10:50

1993

Katrin Dörre (GER)

2:27:09

Antonio Pinto (POR)

2:10:02

1992

Katrin Dörre (GER)

2:29:39

Jakow Tolstikow (RUS)

2:09:17

1991

Rosa Mota (POR)

2:26:14

Alister Hutton (GBR)

2:10:10

1990

Wanda Panfil (POL)

2:26:31

Douglas Wakihuri (KEN)

2:09:03

1989

Veronique Marot (GBR)

2:25:56

Henrik Jörgensen (DEN)

2:10:20

1988

Ingrid Kristiansen (NOR)

2:25:41

Hiromi Taniguchi (JPN)

2:09:50

1987

Ingrid Kristiansen (NOR)

2:22:48

Toshihiko Seko (JPN)

2:10:02

1986

Grete Waitz (NOR)

2:24:54

Steve Jones (GBR)

2:08:16

1985

Ingrid Kristiansen (NOR)

2:21:06 WR

Charlie Spedding (GBR)

2:09:57

1984

Ingrid Kristiansen (NOR)

2:24:26

Mike Gratton (GBR)

2:09:43

1983

Grete Waitz (NOR)

2:25:29

Hugh Jones (GBR)

2:09:24

1982

Joyce Smith (GBR)

2:29:43

Inge Simonsen (NOR) 
und Dick Beardsley (USA) 

2:11:48

1981

Joyce Smith (GBR) 

2:29:57

WR= World Record, WR*= World Record Women Only, ER = European Record, NR = National Record
CR = Course Record

 
     


1981: Beardsley and Simonsen
(photo: BBC)


last UK men's victory:
Eamonn Martin 1993 (photo: BBC)


Malgorzata Sobanska,
1995
(photo: nyrrc.com)


3times winner in a row,
Dionicio Ceron, 1994-1996 (photo: BBC)


The Legend: Grete Waitz
1983 and 1986 (photo: BBC)


Liz McColgan 1996
(photo: BBC)


4 very special sportspeople: Abel Anton 1998, 
Paul Tergat, 2. 2001 und 2002,
Antonio Pinto, 1992, 1997, 2000,
Jenny Wood-Allen, senior runner (photo: BBC)


Katrin Dörre, 3times winner in row,
1992-1994
(photo: BBC)
 


Joyce Chepchumba,
1999 
(photo: onrunning.com)


photo: CNNSI

A small strong woman, who made her way right into people's hearts: Tegla Loroupe, 2000 (photos: BBC)
 

Derartu Tulu, 2001 (photo: BBC)

Paula Radcliffe at start of the race, 2002 (photo: BBC)
 


really top with 4 victories: Ingrid Kristiansen,
1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 (photo: BBC)


Abdelkader El Mouaziz, 1999 und 2001
(photo: BBC)


Debut 2002:
Haile Gebrselassie
(photo: BBC)


specialized on London: Antonio Pinto,
1992, 1997, 2000 (photo: BBC)


beaming winners 2002:
Paula Radcliffe and Khalid Khannouchi
(photo: BBC)
 


winning trio 2002:
Khannouchi, Tergat,
Gebrselassie (photo: BBC)


worlrd record 2002
 


Paula wrote marathon history
both in 2002 and 2003
 


Sprintfinish 2003
won by Abera


Kenianisches Duo 2004:
Margaret Okayo und Evans Rutto 


2005: Martin Lel (Kenya) and
3rd time Paula Radcliffe (GBR)
 

 


2006: Kenya again,
Felix Limo


2006 first US victory in London:
Deena Kastor clocking
US-record 2:19:36

 


2007: Chunxiu Zhou,
first Chinese winner
 


2007: Martin Lel, Kenia,
second win after runner-up 2006

 

copyright Sauer
2008: Martin Lel's 3rd victory
and surprise winner Irina Mikitenko (GER)
 

copyright Sauer
2009: Irina found a new companion,
Samuel Wanjiru (KEN), Olympic Champion

copyright Sauer
2010: Tsegaye Kebede and Liliya Shobukhova,
first Russian London Champion

copyright Sauer
2011: Emmanuel Mutai sets a new course record,
Mary Keitany is fastest female winner second to Radcliffe


2012: Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany


2013: Priscah Jeptoo (KEN)


2013: Tsegaye Kebede (ETH)


2014: Edna Kiplagat und Wilson Kipsang (KEN)

   

 

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