Fujisan Marathon

Fujikawaguchi JPN

Race Winners (41 runnings, 36 runnings as a marathon)
27 Nov 2016 2:27:33 Yusuke Kodama (JPN) 2:48:46 Munkhzaya Bayartsogt (MGL)
29 Nov 2015 2:25:37 Yuta Koyama-3 2:57:26 Yuki Ogawa (JPN)
30 Nov 2014 2:24:31 Yuta Koyama-2 2:51:51 Mayumi Uchiyama (JPN)
24 Nov 2013 2:24:16 Yuta Koyama (JPN) 2:51;59 Toshiko Yoshikawa-2
25 Nov 2012 2:21:53 Norio Kamijo (JPN) 2:52:54 Natsuko Muramatsu (JPN)
27 Nov 2011 2:22:22 Araki Kota (JPN)

2:47:48

Nana Kitamura (JPN)
28 Nov 2010 2:25:08 Chikara Sahaku (JPN)

2:53:18

Toshiko Yoshikawa (JPN)
29 Nov 2009 2:23:32 Masakazu Takahashi (JPN)

2:57:46

Xiao-ping Huang (CHN)
30 Nov 2008 2:23:20 Mamo Moges (ETH)

3:04:20

Shu-ping Wong (HKG)

25 Nov 2007

2:24:19

Tomoyuki Fuse (JPN)

2:38:18

Naoko Tsuchiya (JPN)

26 Nov 2006

2:22:33

Takaaki Mukai (JPN)

2:49:35*

Chihiro Fukunaka (JPN)

27 Nov 2005

2:20:59

Ombeche Mokamba (KEN)

2:48:36

Chiemi Takahashi (JPN)

28 Nov 2004

2:26:18

Katsumi Asada-2

2:40:41

Yoshimi Hoshino (JPN)

30 Nov 2003

2:18:32

Akihiro Kanda (JPN)

2:55:04

Mai Aoki-2

24 Nov 2002

2:20:48

Yasuaki Yamamoto (JPN)

2:42:32

Kaori Shinjo (JPN)

25 Nov 2001

2:22:43

Katsumi Asada (JPN)

2:47:09

Mai Aoki (JPN)

26 Nov 2000

2:20:45

Takeshi Yamamoto (JPN)

2:43:35

Leslie Carson (CAN)

28 Nov 1999

2:23:45

Hiromitsu Fukuhara (JPN)

2:46:13

Noriko Tajima (JPN)

29 Nov 1998

2:20:44

Hiromu Nishizawa (JPN)

2:47:28

Erin Heffring (CAN)

30 Nov 1997

2:22:46

Minoru Kishimoto (JPN)

2:56:14

Masako Matsumura (JPN)

24 Nov 1996

2:18:40

Karol Dolega-2

2:50:03

Marion Millward (NZL)

26 Nov 1995

2:15:38

Karol Dolega (POL)

2:35:55

Malgorzata Birbach (POL)

27 Nov 1994

2:16:33

Andrzej Krzyscin (POL)

2:46:30

Yoko Okuda (JPN)

28 Nov 1993

2:19:48

Andrew Mao (TAN)

2:53:37

Michelle Allison (NZL)

29 Nov 1992

2:17:25

Slawomir Gurny (POL)

2:49:41

Christine Hutchinson (NZL)

24 Nov 1991

2:18:09

Wieslaw Perszke-3

2:53:49

Reiko Hirosawa (JPN)

25 Nov 1990

2:17:00

Wieslaw Perszke-2

2:43:47

Olga Durynina (RUS)

26 Nov 1989

2:18:10

Wieslaw Perszke (POL)

2:53:55

Reiko Hirosawa (JPN)

27 Nov 1988

2:21:04

Paul Ballinger (NZL)

2:43:17

Jillian Costley (NZL)

29 Nov 1987

2:21:49

Takehiko Kikuchi (JPN)

2:55:23

Patricia Pedersen (CAN)

07 Dec 1986

2:19:54

Tetsuji Iwase (JPN)

2:50:10

Tomoko Suzuki (JPN)

24 Nov 1985

2:20:09

Bruce Wainman (CAN)

2:49:53

Naomi Kurahashi (JPN)

25 Nov 1984

2:23:05

Toru Tsukamoto (JPN)

3:01:57

Kikue Tejima (JPN)

27 Nov 1983

2:20:46

Takehiko Kikuchi (JPN)

3:01:57

Beverly Bush (CAN)

23 Nov 1982

2:24:25

Peter Lee (NZL)

3:08:13

Hisako Toganoo (JPN)

23 Nov 1981

2:28:17

Kenshi Kondo (JPN)

2:58:41

Yuko Shinno (JPN)

23 Nov 1980

1:31:32

Masami Otsuka (JPN)

18:00

Chiemi Kobayashi (JPN)

23 Nov 1979

59:31

Hisatoshi Shintaku (JPN)

18:53

Kyoko Hasebe (JPN)

23 Nov 1978

52:22

Takao Nakamura (JPN)

17:49

Kazuko Shishido (JPN)

23 Nov 1977

59:09

Mitsuo Suzuki (JPN)

18:35

Eri Suzuki (JPN)

12 Dec 1976

1:01:02

Kiyotake Kurashima (JPN)

18:45

Kazuko Shimizu (JPN)
Note: 1976 was the inaugural year. The race distance for 1976-1979 was 20 km but the 1978 course was short, probably close to 18.5 km. The race distance in 1980 was 30 km. The women's race distance for 1976-1980 was 5 km. In 2006, the first women's finisher, Chihiro Fukunaga was not registered with the JAAF; the first JAAF registered woman was Chiemi Koana (JPN) who finished in 2:54:54.  This race was known as the Kawaguchiko Marathon thru 2011 and the venue changed its name from Kawaguchi to Fujikawaguchi.


Most Wins (1983-date)

Men

3

Wieslaw Perszke (POL) 1989-91
  Yuta Koyama (JPN) 2013-15

Women

2

Mai Aoki (JPN) 2001,2003
  Toshiko Yoshikawa (JPN) 2010,2013


Prize Money (ADR qualified runners)
Prize money cannot be awarded in Japanese road races due to legal restrictions.

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
<2:16       1
<2:17       2
<2:18       4
<2:19       9
<2:20      12

Women
<2:36       1
<2:38       1
<2:40       2
<2:42       3
<2:44       7
<2:46       8
<2:48      14
<2:50      22

Last Updated on 15 Dec 2016

Contributors: Shigenobu Ota (50), Franco Civai (16), Maurice Wilson (1), Klaas Loonstra (5), Brett Larner (10)