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Tallin Marathon

Sunday September 12th, 2021
Tallinn, Estonia
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 10K

The Tallinn Marathon has won a sure place in the competition calendar of runners and has become an attractive destination for running tourists looking for new experiences. About 20 000 running enthusiasts from 56 different countries participated in the 2017 event.

As a tradition, the marathon will take place in every second Sunday of September, this year 9th of September, and the participants will have a choice to run either a marathon or half-marathon. 10 km and Mesikäpp Children races will take place a day eariler, on Saturday 9th of September. All walkers and Nordic walkers are also welcome to attend the 10 km race. Make sure to attend or come support We Run Tallinn for youth, which will take place a Friday evening, 7th of September.

Similarly to most well-known international running events, the route of the Tallinn Marathon will run in city centre, passing through both the Old Town and the modern centre and by several well-known sights. The route conforms to international standards and is relatively fast; the weather of the region in September should also be favourable to running. This attracts fast runners from countries with strong running traditions and allows hobby runners to attempt breaking their own records as well. But the main benefit is the joy of moving together with thousands of great runners.

We wish you pleasant running experiences in the capital of Estonia!

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Race Date: 09/12/2021 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 02:30:43 IBRAHIM MUKUNGA 32 KEN
2nd Male 02:30:55 DMITRI ARISTO 28 EST
3rd Male 02:34:39 ALEKSANDR KULEŠOV 42 EST
4th Male 02:35:35 ANDO ÕITSPUU 33 EST
Female 02:44:46 KAISA KUKK 37 EST
2nd Female 02:48:52 KADILIIS KUIV 35 EST
3rd Female 03:02:30 ANNE-LY PALM 45 EST
4th Female 03:03:05 MARIS HEINARU 42 EST
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 02:34:39 ALEKSANDR KULESOV 42 EST
M 50-59 02:44:46 ALER RIDAMAMAE 51 EST
M 60-69 03:19:30 DMITRY KOKORKO 61 EST
M 70+ 04:17:22 MARKUS FAJER 73 POL
F 40-49 03:02:30 ANNE-LY PALM 45 EST
F 50-59 03:55:24 SIRJE KINK 54 EST
F 60-69 04:36:16 PATRICIA BOILEAU 65 FRA
F 70+ 04:54:33 ESMERALDA LILLE 70 EST
Tallin Marathon

Tallinn is an ancient and modern city between the East and the West. It is exactly this combination of old and new that the course of Tallinn Marathon will introduce. It is hard to describe the beauty of these sights – one must see them for oneself!

Tallinn may be small compared to the world's metropolises, but in marathon terms, it is up there among the greats. The SEB Tallinn Marathon is a great way to showcase our beautiful capital city for visitors. The route takes participants through unique areas of the city – from the city centre and Kadriorg park to Pirita, as well as around the Port of Tallinn and through the Old Town. However, the race is not only designed for visitors of the capital; Estonians from all over the country are very much welcome to take part.
A total of about twenty thousand runners take part in various distances; the participants usually come from about 50 different countries.

Very many great cities in the world introduce their sights through the marathon distance, be it through the Berlin, London or New York marathon. While Tallinn is tiny compared to these cities, it is still very rich and unique in sights – the Old Town, the city wall with its towers, the Freedom Square, the green parks and so on. Tallinn is an ancient and modern city between the East and the West. It is exactly this combination of "old" and "new" that the course of Tallinn Marathon will introduce.

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