Berlin marathon 24th Sept 2017

The Berlin marathon is one of the largest and most popular road races in the world. In 2016, the race had 46,950 entrants (41,283 runners, 5,445 inline skaters, 185 hand bikers, 37 wheel-chairers) from 122 countries, 

The most marathon world records for men and women have been set at the Berlin course, which is known for its flat profile, even surface, cheering spectators, and frequently mild autumn temperatures, last Sunday’s race was a damp affair meaning ideal running conditions.

This course was where Dennis Kimettoran ran a 2:02:57 three years ago. Only now the field included former marathon world record holder Wilson Kipsang (2:03:23, Berlin 2013), 5,000 and 10,000-metre world-record holder Kenenisa Bekele, and the incomparable Eliud Kipchoge. Kipchoge scored a commanding victory in the in 2016 Rio Olympic Marathon and then ran that astonishing 2:00:25 this May in Nike’s Breaking2 time-trial in Monza, Italy. 

Not to be outdone by the elites, Queensbury’s own speed queen Lynne ‘the rocket’ Robinson stormed to a marathon PB in swift a 3:16:05.

Split time of day time diff min/km km/h
5 km 09:42:42 00:22:52 22:52 04:35 13.12
10 km 10:05:24 00:45:34 22:43 04:33 13.21
15 km 10:28:08 01:08:19 22:45 04:33 13.19
20 km 10:51:01 01:31:11 22:53 04:35 13.11
Half 10:56:04 01:36:14 05:04 04:37 13.04
25 km 11:14:32 01:54:42 18:28 04:44 12.68
30 km 11:38:11 02:18:22 23:40 04:44 12.68
35 km 12:01:33 02:41:43 23:22 04:41 12.84
40 km 12:26:01 03:06:11 24:28 04:54 12.26
Finish 12:35:55 03:16:05 09:55 04:31 13.30

Well done Lynne awesome performance.

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on StumbleUpon