31st Classic Athens Marathon

A record of more than 11,000 runners from nearly 100 countries competed in the race. The event created an amazing image in the streets of Athens today for the world to see!
The Marathon course covers the route have been taken by Pheidippides to announce the Athenians’ victory over a Persian army near the village of Marathon in 490 B.C.

The winner of 31st Athens Classic Marathon is Yego Hillary Kipkogei 2:13.50. Second Kimeli Dicson (2:14:40) and third Rutoh David Kipkorir (2:14:47). First Greek Athlete is Meroussis.

In women division 1st is Rotich Otich Nancy Joan (2:41:38), 2nd is Stanko Svitlana (2:42:03) and third is Magda Gazea (2:46:07).

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