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Panama Marathon

Sunday November 29th, 2020
Panama, PA
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon

This race is the oldest marathon in Central and South America. A Sportfilm’s movie, “Marathons of the World”, once featured the Panama City International Marathon as one of the 26 top marathons worldwide. Its history dates back to the US military stationed at the Panama Canal.

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Race Date: 11/24/2019 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:31:19 Gititu Robert 36 Kenya
2nd Male 2:32:39 Ararat Elmer 32 Colombia
3rd Male 2:33:49 Lagat Joel Kiptanui 27 Kenya
4th Male 2:35:09 Rodriguez Edwin 20 Panama
Female 3:04:09 Kirwa Magdaline Jepkoech 35 Kenya
2nd Female 3:27:36 Pena Estefania 29 Panama
3rd Female 3:29:50 Zamora Mariana 27 Panama
4th Female 3:30:43 Morales Carmenza 30 Panama
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:54:22 Cardeno Ricardo 48 Panama
M 50-59 3:21:24 Pedraza Luis Eduardo 58 Panama
M 60-69 3:44:45 Viteri Diogenes 67 Panama
F 40-49 3:39:23 Sanchez Veronica 44 Panama
F 50-59 3:49:55 Dangelo Dalia 58 Panama
F 60-69 4:19:40 Gutierrez Sara Isabel 65 Panama
Panama Marathon

Our race begins at the parking lot of Miramar Hotel in Balboa Avenue. From there we advance and when we reach the BBVA Towerwe cross and to the left and return using the Cinta Costeracoastal walk, until we pass paralel to our departure point and continue forth, towards the East, until reaching the round about in Paitilla.

We then return using Balboa Avenue towards the West, now passing again next to our departure point, and we continue paralel to the coast until we reach the Fish Market (Mercado del Marisco). Then we take the viaduct at Cinta Costera III, continuing towards Amador, and when we reach the Figali Convention Centerwe return again 180 degrees and go towards the old YMCA Building, and then the Banco Nacionalat Balboa.

Afterwards we take theAscanio Villalaz Avenuetowards the Albrook airport, and then follow in a direction paralel to the Panama Canal crossing places such as Los Ríos, Cárdenas, Clayton, Mira flores, until we reach the entrance of the Maintenance Site for Pedro Miguel locksat the Panama Canal. Then we return again towards Albrook, and we pass next to the DIJ Police Building, and then we go round and up the upper lane towards theFish Market again, and from there towards Miramar Hotel until reaching the finish line.

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