Stockholm Marathon

annual marathon running competition in Stockholm, Sweden

The Stockholm Marathon is an annual marathon event in Stockholm, Sweden. Held since 1979, it also serves as the Swedish national marathon championship.

WinnersEdit

Key:   Course record

 
Stockholm Marathon near Royal Palace, 2008
 
Stockholm Marathon on bridge Djurgårdsbron, 2007.

MenEdit

Year Athlete Country Time (h:m:s)
1979 Jukka Toivola   Finland 2:17:35
1980 Jeff Wells   United States 2:15:49
1981 Bill Rodgers   United States 2:13:26
1982 Kjell-Erik Ståhl   Sweden - Hässleholms AIS 2:19:20
1983 Hugh Jones   United Kingdom 2:11:37
1984 Agapius Masong   Tanzania 2:13:47
1985 Tommy Persson   Sweden - Heleneholms IF 2:17:18
1986 Kjell-Erik Ståhl   Sweden - Enhörna IF 2:12:33
1987 Kevin Forster   United Kingdom 2:13:52
1988 Suleiman Nyambui   Tanzania 2:14:26
1989 Dave Clarke   United Kingdom 2:13:34
1990 Simon Robert Naali   Tanzania 2:13:04
1991 Åke Eriksson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:12:38
1992 Hugh Jones   United Kingdom 2:15:58
1993 Daniel Mbuli   South Africa 2:16:30
1994 Tesfaye Bekele   Ethiopia 2:14:06
1995 Åke Eriksson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:14:29
1996 Tesfaye Bekele   Ethiopia 2:15:05
1997 Benson Masya   Kenya 2:17:22
1998 Martin Ojuko   Kenya 2:16:12
1999 Alfred Shemweta   Sweden - Flemingsbergs SK 2:14:52
2000 Alfred Shemweta   Sweden - Flemingsbergs SK 2:18:49
2001 Anders Szalkai   Sweden - Spårvägens FK 2:18:17
2002 My Tahar Echchadli   Morocco 2:18:20
2003 Josphat Chemjor   Kenya 2:18:14
2004 Joseph Riri   Kenya 2:16:12
2005 Kasirayi Sita   Zimbabwe 2:13:28
2006 Philip Bandawe   Zimbabwe 2:17:01
2007 Philip Bandawe   Zimbabwe 2:20:56
2008 Willy Korir   Kenya 2:16:03
2009 Paul Kipkemei Kogo   Kenya 2:15:34
2010 Joseph Lagat   Kenya 2:12:48
2011 Shumi Gerbaba   Ethiopia 2:14:07
2012 Methkal Abu Drais   Jordan 2:19:16
2013 Shumi Gerbaba   Ethiopia 2.16.13
2014 Benjamin Bitok   Kenya 2.13.21
2015 Yekeber Bayabel   Ethiopia 2.18.22
2016 Stanley Koech   Kenya 2.10.58
2017 Abrha Milaw   Ethiopia 2:11:36
2018 Lawi Kiptui   Ethiopia 2.13,30
2019 Nigussie Sahlesilassie   Ethiopia 2:10:10

WomenEdit

Year Athlete Country Time (h:m:s)
1979 Heide Brenner   West Germany 2:47:06
1980 Ingrid Kristiansen   Norway 2:38:45
1981 Ingrid Kristiansen   Norway 2:41:34
1982 Ingrid Kristiansen   Norway 2:34:26
1983 Tuulikki Räisänen   Sweden - Enhörna IF 2:36:58
1984 Ria Van Landeghem   Belgium 2:34:13
1985 Jeanette Nordgren   Sweden - IK Vikingen 2:36:43
1986 Evy Palm   Sweden - Mölndals AIK 2:34:42
1987 Evy Palm   Sweden - Mölndals AIK 2:35:14
1988 Grete Waitz   Norway 2:28:24
1989 Evy Palm   Sweden - Mölndals AIK 2:33:26
1990 Midde Hamrin   Sweden - Mölndals AIK 2:37:07
1991 Midde Hamrin   Sweden - Mölndals AIK 2:36:15
1992 Linda Milo   Belgium 2:39:10
1993 Grete Kirkeberg   Norway 2:37:58
1994 Irina Sklarenko   Ukraine 2:40:34
1995 Ingmarie Nilsson   Sweden - Ullevi Friidrott 2:33:03
1996 Grete Kirkeberg   Norway 2:36:40
1997 Anita Håkenstad   Norway 2:33:26
1998 Grete Kirkeberg   Norway 2:37:39
1999 Marie Söderström-Lundberg   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:36:55
2000 Marie Söderström-Lundberg   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:37:57
2001 Esther Kiplagat   Kenya 2:29:55
2002 Lena Gavelin   Sweden - BIF Jamtrennarna 2:33:48
2003 Marie Söderström-Lundberg   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:35:07
2004 Rita Jeptoo   Kenya 2:35:14
2005 Tina Maria Ramos   Spain 2:41:31
2006 Anna Rahm   Sweden - Rånäs 2:36:35
2007 Kirsten Melkevik Otterbu   Norway 2:37:02
2008 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:34:14
2009 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:33:52
2010 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:31:35
2011 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2:37:28
2012 Derebe Godana   Ethiopia 2:40:19
2013 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2.33.49
2014 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2.32.28
2015 Isabellah Andersson   Sweden - Hässelby SK 2.34.14
2016 Jane Onyangi   Kenya 2.31.45
2017 Konjit Tilahun   Ethiopia 2:35:45
2018 Mikaela Larsson   Sweden 2.40,28
2019 Aberash Fayesa   Ethiopia 2:33:38

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