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Rome Marathon

Sunday April 7th, 2019
Rome, Italy
Distance: Marathon · 5K Fun Run

From the early of the '900 to date in the streets and squares of the Eternal City have ventured some of the myths of running of all time. Dorando Pietri, that on 2 April 1906 triumphed at the finish line of marathon in Villa Borghese. Abebe Bikila, who barefoot won under the Arch of Constantine the Olympic marathon in 1960. Another legend is the Kenyan-Japanese Douglas Wakiihuri, who September 6, 1987 won the World Championship marathon in Rome.

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Race Date: 04/08/2018 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:08:03 Cosmas Jairus Kipchoge Birech 30 KENYA
2nd Male 2:08:32 Ibrahim Abdo Abdi 20 BAHRAIN
3rd Male 2:09:20 Paul Kios Kangogo 25 KENYA
4th Male 2:10:32 Motlokoa Clement Nkhabutlane 30 LESOTHO
Female 2:23:46 Rahma Tusa Chota 20 ETHIOPIA
2nd Female 2:23:47 Abdulkadir Gosa Dalilia 20 BAHRAIN
3rd Female 2:28:19 Alice Jepkemboi Kibor 30 KENYA
4th Female 2:29:26 Sharon Jemutai Cherop 30 KENYA
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:21:07 Ahamed Nasef 43 KENYA
M 50-59 2:43:05 Antonio Gallone 52 KENYA
M 60-69 3:06:21 Mario Pentangelo 69 ITALY
M 70+ 3:06:22 Alcantara Amaury 70 ETHIOPIA
F 40-49 2:50:18 Paola Salvatori 42 ITALY
F 50-59 3:04:24 Edeltraud Thaler 52 ITALY
F 60-69 3:40:38 Maria Braun 61 KENYA
F 70+ 4:12:29 Patrizia Gualano 70 ITALY
Rome Marathon

Some of our History:

From the early of the '900 to date in the streets and squares of the Eternal City have ventured some of the myths of running of all time. Dorando Pietri, that on 2 April 1906 triumphed at the finish line of marathon in Villa Borghese. Abebe Bikila, who barefoot won under the Arch of Constantine the Olympic marathon in 1960. Another legend is the Kenyan-Japanese Douglas Wakiihuri, who September 6, 1987 won the World Championship marathon in Rome.

2015
In windy and rainy conditions, Ethiopia's 30-years-old Abebe Negewo Degefa won the 21th Acea Maratona di Roma, with a time of 2:12:23. Meseret Kitata Tolwak, 20-years-old, took the honours in the women's race (2:30:25). Ethiopia took first and second placing among the women as well. Alem Fikre Kifle crossed the finish line with a time of 2:31:01, after running shoulder-to-shoulder with Tolwak until 37km. Italy's athletes took the third place in both the men's and women's races, with Jamel Chatbi (2:14:04) and Deborah Toniolo (2:36:30). The last time of a double podium for Italy in Maratona di Roma was in 2005. 11,516 runners finished the marathon and about 50,000 ran the non-competitive 5km RunFun.

2016
After three years of Ethiopian domination, Amos Kipruto from Kenya brings back his nation to success at ACEA Rome Marathon with the fourth best performance ever in Rome and the best performance of the season in Italy (2:08.12). In the women race, the Ethiopian Tusa Rahma wins in 2: 28.49. Alex Zanardi wins for the fifth time the race reserved for handbikers, setting in 1:09.15 the new improved performance. 13,881 runners arrive at the finish line.

The course includes almost all the most beautiful and important monuments, streets and squares of Rome. At the same time, we contained the number of the direction changes (77) and that of cobblestones kilometers (about 7 located mainly along the start and finish area). There aresome ascents and descents but not of great importance.

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