Stockholm Marathon

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

Winners[change | change source]

Key:   Course record

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

Men[change | change source]

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

Women[change | change source]

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 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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