Copenhagen Marathon

Copenhagen DEN

Website: www.copenhagenmarathon.dk

Race Winners (34 runnings)
19 May 2013 2:17:24 Rachid Kishri (MAR) (nc) 2:44:14 Anne-Mette Aargaard-5 (nc)
20 May 2012 2:24:49 Martin Parkhøi (DEN) (nc)

2:41:18

Barbara Sanchez (IRL) (nc)
22 May 2011 2:21:45 Mårten Boström (FIN)

2:45:30

Ann-Sofie Hansen-2
23 May 2010 2:22:29 Mikkel Kleis (DEN) (nc)

2:30:51

Colleen deReuck (CO/USA) (nc)
24 May 2009 2:18:04 Toyokazu Yoshimura (JPN)

2:40:59

Chihiro Tanaka (JPN)
18 May 2008 2:21:09 Julius Mutai-2 (nc)

2:36:11

Anne-Mette Aargaard-4 (nc)

20 May 2007

2:23:54

Julius Mutai (KEN)

2:47:56

Ann-Sofie Hansen (DEN)

21 May 2006

2:24:08

Torben Nielsen-2 (nc)

2:49:23

Kathrine Tilma (DEN) (nc)

22 May 2005

2:21:14.8

William Kiprotich (KEN)

2:48:21.7

Jo Kelsey (ENG)

16 May 2004

2:23:10

Torben Nielsen (DEN)

2:42:18

Annemette Aagard-3

18 May 2003

2:19:57

Mustafa Errebah (MAR)

2:48:52

Annemette Aagard-2

25 May 2002

2:23:53

Janusz Sarnicki-2

2:49:31

Annemette Aagard (DEN)

20 May 2001

2:22:15

Jens-Henrik Jensen (DEN)

2:45:23

Shona Crombie (GBR)

21 May 2000

2:21:31

Samwel Okemwa (KEN)

2:42:26

Michaela McCallum (GBR)

16 May 1999

2:21:05

Wieslaw Gora (POL)

2:37:26

Hong-xiao Guo (CHN)

16 May 1998

2:24:12

Janusz Sarnicki (POL) (nc)

2:51:49

Karin Andersen (DEN) (nc)

17 May 1997

2:21:28

Søren Rasmussen (DEN) (nc)

2:47:31

Karin Andersen (DEN) (nc)

19 May 1996

2:24:43

Palle Redder Madsen (DEN) (nc)

2:50:44

Anette Hansen (1964,DEN) (nc)

21 May 1995

2:20:09

Stanislaw Cembrzynski-2 (nc)

2:35:48

Dorthe Rasmussen (DEN) (nc)

22 May 1994

2:20:20

Joel Kipchumba (KEN)

2:50:53

Svetlana Kazankina (RUS)

23 May 1993

2:22:58

Stanislaw Cembrzynski-2

2:54:12

Tatiana Forminykh (RUS)

24 May 1992

2:24:07

Aleksandr Kuftyrev (RUS)

2:47:21

Tatiana Pentukova (RUS)

19 May 1991

2:21:59

Stanislaw Cembrzynski (POL)

2:53:00

Mariann Stenbakk (NOR)

20 May 1990

2:23:17

Alexander Schatz (GER)

2:51:42

Anette Hansen (1962,DEN)

27 May 1989

2:29:22

Beat Imhof (SUI)

3:08:34

Lisbeth Sejrsbøl (DEN)

28 May 1988

2:21:20

Allan Zachariassen (DEN)

3:01:00

Kersti Jacobsen (DEN)

16 May 1987

2:14:16

Svend-Erik Kristensen-2

2:49:22

Mette Werth (DEN)

17 May 1986

2:15:04

Svend-Erik Kristensen (DEN) (nc)

2:48:31

Joan Carstensen (DEN) (nc)

18 May 1985

2:23:18

Ole Jacobsen (DEN)

2:45:07

Lone Dybdal-3

19 May 1984

2:22:18

Philippe Adam (BEL)

2:51:37

Britta Houmann-Sørensen (DEN)

21 May 1983

2:16:41

Henrik Jørgensen-2

2:45:10

Lone Dybdal-2

22 May 1982

2:22:19

Henrik Jørgensen (DEN)

3:00:06

Vibeke Nielsen (DEN)

23 May 1981

2:24:10

Ove Larsen (DEN)

3:16:26

Jytte Fruchtmann (USA)

1980

2:19:27

Arne Stigsen (DEN)

2:58:09

Lone Dybdal (DEN)
Notes: 1980 was the inaugural year. This race was known as the Wonderful Copenhagen Marathon thru 1987.

(nc) => national championship

2013 Henrik-Then Andersen was the national champion (3rd place, 2:18:02)
2012 Lene Hjelmsø was the national champion (2nd place, 2:45:17)
2010 Anne-Mette Aagaard was the national champion (2nd place, 2:38:49)
2008 Martin Parkhøi was the national champion (2nd place, 2:25:00)
1998 Christian Wolfsberg was the national champion (2nd, 2:25:02)
1995 Kent Jensen was the national champion (place unknown, 2:20:27)


Most Wins (1980-date)

Men

3

Stanislaw Cembrzynski (POL) 1991,1993,1995

Women

5

Annemette Aagard (DEN) 2002-04,2008,2013


Prize Money
(ADR qualified runners)

Year        Men      Women      Total
1999        n/a       $710       $710

Race Time Bias (sec/km) Insufficient data to calculate the race time bias.
Competitive Level (1990-date) Insufficient data to calculate the competitive level.


Quality Performances

Men
<2:15       1
<2:16       2
<2:17       3
<2:18       5
<2:19       8
<2:20      11

Women
<2:32       1
<2:34       1
<2:36       2
<2:38       4
<2:40       5
<2:42       7
<2:44       9
<2:46      18
<2:48      24
<2:50      36

Last Updated on 05 Apr 2014

Contributors: Jakob Larsen, Marty Post, Michael Cubbin, Juraj Gasparovic (13), Klaas Loonstra (15), Brett Larner (2), John Falvey (1)