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Recent results from the Paris Marathon for elite runners are published below. Paris Marathon is one of the largest and most popular marathons in the world. With more than 30,000 finishers in 2010 it was placed as the 5th largest marathon in the world. The run starts from the Champs Élysées Avenue to Foch Avenue running through Bastille, Nation, Vincennes, les Tuileries.
Paris Marathon 2015 Results
Apr 12, 2015. Mark Korir caused a surprise when he won the 39th edition of the Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, crossing the line at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race in a personal best of 2:05:49. Korir took more than a minute off his previous best of 2:07:08, set when he finished second at the 2013 Seoul Marathon. Ethiopia’s Meseret Mengistu made a massive breakthrough to win the women’s race in 2:23:24, taking almost six minutes off her best in a race which saw a thrilling finish.
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Paris Marathon 2014 Results
Apr 6, 2014. Bekele crossed the line in 2:05:03 to take nine seconds off the course record set two years ago by Stanley Biwott. His time is the sixth-fastest marathon debut in history on a record-eligible course, and the fastest ever debut by someone older than 30. Kenya’s Flomena Cheyech lived up to pre-race expectations to win the women’s race, but in a time that exceeded expectations.
Paris Marathon 2013 Results
Apr 7, 2013. Mens: Peter Some of Kenya wins the 37th Paris Marathon in 2:05:38! 2nd best time ever at Paris Marathon, with the existing course record set in 2012 by Stanley Biwott of Kenya (2:05:11). Tadese Tola of Ethiopia is second. Benjamin Malaty becomes first french runner to finish in 2:11:59.
Womens: New record in the women race Boru Tadese in 2:21:05, breaking Tirfi Beyene’s 2:21:39 set in 2012!
Results for all participants are available on the official Paris Marathon results page (search by year).