MILANO MARATHON

MEN’S ALL-TIME

WOMEN’S ALL-TIME

2:02:57 is the 6th fastest all-time time (1.2:01:39, 2.2:01:41, 3.2:02:37, 4.2:02:48, 5.2:02:55)
Titus Ekiru is the 5th fastest man ever (tied with Dennis Kimetto), (1.Kipchoge, 2.Bekele, 3.Legesse, 4.Geremew)
2:02:57 is italy’s new all-comers men’s record

2:19:35 is the 43rd fastest all-time

Hiwot Gebrekiden is the 26th fastest women’s time ever

2:19:35 is italy’s new all-comers women’s record

AT THE TOP OF THE SEASONAL LISTS

 

2:02:57 and 2:19:35 are both world leading times of 2021

With 10167 points, Milan ranks first provisional in 2021 in the World Athletics Competition Performance Ranking

AT THE TOP OF THE SEASONAL LISTS

 

Milan, Berlin and London are the only marathons with a male winner time of less than 2:03:00

Milano Marathon enters the club of 16 marathons with the time of the winner less than 2:20:00

CURIOSITY

 

Milano Marathon 2021 is the 7th fastest marathon ever based on the combined time of men’s and women’s winners: 2:02:57 + 2:19:35 = 4:22:32

Milano Marathon 2021 is the fastest marathon ever run in May, both for men and women

NATIONAL RECORDS 

OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION

Gabriel Geay, 2:04:55 
Tanzania men’s national record

Eunice Chumba, 2:23:10
Bahrain women’s national record

Yiu Kit Ching, 2:31:24 
Hong Kong women’s national record

Gebrehiwet Nazret, 2:28:07
Eritrea women’s national record

17 men got less than the Olympic qualifying minimum (2:11:30)

12 women got less than the Olympic qualifying minimum (2:29:30)