Saturday September 5th, 2020
2020 race moved from May 30th to September 5.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden and the government have decided to ban all meetings and events with more than 500 participants until further notice. We are still working hard to find out how this will affect ASICS Stockholm Marathon on May 30th. A further announcement will be made soon. (As of March 31)
ASICS Stockholm Marathon is an exciting race in a beautiful city with runners from all over the world. This is one of the major sporting events in Sweden with hundreds of thousands of spectators along the route cheering the participants.
The race takes you through Stockholm, one of the world’s most beautiful capitals. Built on 14 islands around one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved medieval city centres, the Swedish capital is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction.
At the finish, in the classical 1912 Olympic Stadium, enthusiastic fans greet the runners.The Olympic Stadium has been the site of numerous memorable athletic performances, with no less than 83 officially recognised world records in track and field. There is no other arena anywhere in the world that comes close to that number.The race will finish in the world famous stadium built for the 1912 Olympic Games.
The 1912 Olympic Stadium is truly a classic venue for athletics.The Marathon Expo, the Pasta Party and the Post Race Celebration are traditional parts of the event, bringing all the runners together in a joyful atmosphere. With almost 7,500 international runners from more than 90 countries the ASICS Stockholm Marathon is also a multicultural festival.
We welcome you to the most popular event in one of the world’s most beautiful capitals!
|2nd Male||2:11:40||Delegen, Tafese||30||ETH|
|3rd Male||2:11:58||Kollum Yegon, Gilbert||31||KEN|
|4th Male||2:12:47||Kipsaat, Mathew||32||KEN|
|2nd Female||2:34:04||Yamaguchi, Haruka||32||JPN|
|3rd Female||2:36:32||Larsson, Mikaela||34||SWE|
|4th Female||2:39:08||Backlund, Johanna||34||SWE|
|M 40-49||2:16:48||Abraha, Adhanom||42||SWE|
|M 50-59||2:41:53||Ahsberg, Magnus||52||SWE|
|M 60-69||3:03:06||Denelle, Frank||61||FRA|
|M 70+||3:16:37||Naumanen, Urpo||71||FIN|
|F 40-49||2:41:31||Lindholm, Hanna||40||SWE|
|F 50-59||3:11:29||Schon, Karin||57||SWE|
|F 60-69||3:21:07||Gordon, Yuko||68||JPN|
|F 70+||4:43:54||Nybergh, Linnea||73||SWE|
It is basically a two-lap course through the central parts of Stockholm. The surroundings vary from the woods of the Royal park "Djurgården" to the streets of a big city. The course passes buildings such as the Royal Palace, the City Hall, the Royal Opera and the Houses of Parliament. The course is one of the most scenic in the world.
Much of the race is run along beautiful waterways. When passing the "Västerbron" bridge, the runners will enjoy a fantastic view over a city with buildings ranging in age from the medieval times to the present day. The difference in altitude between the highest and the lowest point of the course is 29 meters.
Start just outside the Olympic Stadium and finish inside the beautiful arena. The first lap is 16.6 kilometers, the second lap 25.6 kilometers.