Sunday January 29th, 2023
Distance: Half Marathon
The EDP Marathon Half of Seville returns, the one of greater participation of the south of Spain. One more year, AD Athletics San Pablo, with the collaboration of the Municipal Sports Institute of Seville and the sponsorship of EDP and Ibercaja, proposes to celebrate with us.
The 27th edition will present improvements, such as the inclusion of the RFEA calendar test. A measure that will give more quality to the test, because it forces us to meet standards that will allow the recognition of your brand and better security coverages. Our catering stands will also be remodeled in order to make them more agile and environmentally friendly. A fair with a wide offer, new services and parallel activities, along with the commemorative T-shirt and the finisher medal, will make your half-marathon special.
When you run in Seville? you run home. We will wait for you.
The 2022 EDP Seville Hal Marathon returned on January 30,on its traditional date after the last edition held in October last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with nearly 10,500 runners and the best participation in its 27-year history in terms of sporting level.
|2nd Male||1:00:22||David Ngure Irungu||Kenya|
|3rd Male||1:00:27||Gebrie Erkihun Jemberie||Ethiopia|
|4th Male||1:02:18||Djilali Bedrani||France|
|2nd Female||1:11:07||Melody Julien||France|
|3rd Female||1:11:10||Carolina Wisktrom||Sweden|
|4th Female||1:12:08||Maitane Melero Lacaisa||Spain|
|M 40-49||1:07:21||Miguel Del Pozo Avarez|
|M 50-59||1:14:23||Paquito Almagro Garcia|
|M 60-69||1:22:47||Maximum Sevilla Dominguez|
|M 70+||1:42:32||Jesus Carmelo Grueso Galindo|
|F 40-49||1:16:36||Pruvost Fanny Marthe||France|
|F 50-59||1:37:40||Rocio Reguera Orange|
|F 60-69||1:44:31||Maria Teresa Huecas Fernandez|
|F 70+||2:24:25||Mollie Warren|
The Seville EDP Half Marathon is the flattest half marathon of all those held in Europe, the route continues with its start and finish at the roundabout of Buenos Aires, on the Paseo de Las Delicias, it is absolutely flat and leads the participants through the center of the city and through many of the most central streets of the historic center, highlighting the passing through the Torre del Oro, the Maestranza, Torneo, the Historical Round, the Encarnación Mushrooms, the Bell or Tetuán Street, the Plaza Nueva and the Town Hall, the Constitution Avenue, the Cathedral, María Luisa Park and Plaza de España, among other iconic places.