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marathonIs

  1. Athletics OfLong distance42.195km OfPublic road courseCompetition using.Details are given in this section.
  2. A slang term for long-distance running in athletics using public road courses.Half marathon,Ultra marathonetc.
  3. It is used as an analogy for long-distance, long-term work and non-athletics.Shell Eco Marathon,Hackathon,Ideathonetc.

marathon(English: marathon) IsAthletics OfLong distance42.195km OfPublic road courseIt is an event to run and compete for ranking and time.Ancient greece OfStoriesIt started as a new event on land with the establishment of the 1st Modern Olympic Games.

Also, from long-distance running of several kilometers, which may be called a marathon even in competitions other than the specified distance.Half marathon(21.0975km) and (10.54875km), run longer distances than the marathonUltra marathonHowever, it is often called simply a marathon.When a formal marathon is specified, it is called a full marathon.

The name "marathon" to indicate this long-distance running can be freely used by anyone without any provisions such as registered trademarks, but in this paperWorld athleticsThe description is based on the provisions of the (former International Athletics Federation).

Origin of the name of the marathon

450 BCMay 9,AthensMasterMiltiades TheMarathon(Marathon, Marathon)PersianRepelled a large army of.Marathon BattleIs.VictoryEuangelionA soldier named Philippides was selected as a messenger to convey (good news) to the Athenian elders.Fidi Pidis is said to have run through to Athens, about 40 km from Marathon, and died exhausted after telling him to "win" in the suburbs of Athens.[1]..This folkloreHerodotusof"HistoryAccording to Athens, Athens is nowAthensIt is assumed[2]..However, there are various theories as to whether this story is historical.The date and time of the battle490 BCMay 11There is also a theory thatPlutarchAccording to the soldier, the name of the soldier is Eukles.Marathon BattleSee also

Start of modern marathon

In France in memory of the above-mentioned eventLinguistMichel BréalBy the suggestion of1896ToAthensOpened in1st olympic gamesToMarathonFrom AthensPanathenaic StadiumRace up to was added[2]..This was the beginning of the marathon race, and the Boston Marathon was started in 1897, and the competition spread from Western countries.1972More than, after the storyAthens Classic MarathonHas come to be held.The course is 42.195km from Marathon to the stadium in Athens.1997 OfWorld championshipと2004 OfAthens OlympicsThe same course as the Athens Classic Marathon was used.

Origin of 42.195km

Olympic marathon distance
Held yearCircular距離
1896140km[3]
1900240.26km
1904340km
1906(* 1)41.86km
1908442.195km
1912540.2km
1920742.75km
After 1924842.195km
(* 1) 1906 is a special tournament commemorating the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Modern Olympic Games.

The marathon distance is set at 42.195km, which is not directly derived from the ancient marathon.When the marathon competition was held at the Olympic Games, the competition distance was not constant for each competition (because it was important for all athletes to run on the same course), and it was held at about 40km.The competition distance was unified8th Paris OlympicsAfter that, 42.195km (26)Miles385Yard).This distance is4th London OlympicsThe mileage of the time (42km in the city area + less than one lap of the 200m track in the stadium) is adopted as it is.

At the 4th London Olympics, the king initially livedWindsor castleからWhite City StadiumIt was supposed to compete for 26 miles (41.843km).At this time, the queen of timeア レ ク サ ン ド ラHowever, there is an anecdote that the distance (385 yards) was extended by an odd number because he ordered "the starting point is the palace garden and the goal point is in front of the box seats in the stadium."However, no evidence has been found in this theory, claims Professor Martin Polly of the University of Southampton.[4]..The UK Tourism Board has also stated that the starting point will not be disturbed by the spectators, and that the additional distance will be 700 yards.[5]..First reached the stadium in this tournamentイタリアPlayersDorando PietriMisunderstood the goal point and collapsed just before (a goal in his perception) and was disqualified later because he scored with the help of an officer (Dorando's tragedy).

Women's participation

At the time of the first Athens Olympics, athletics were held only by boys, and marathons were no exception (although they ran the same course the next day).Stamata Revithi(Or "Melpomene"), the first female marathon runner in history).Even if women were allowed to participate in athletics after that, it was widely believed that it was physiologically difficult for women to run marathons, and marathon competitions such as the Olympic Games were held only for boys. Was there.In contrast, 1966Boston MarathonIn 1972, the participation of girls was approved because the number of unofficial girls who participated in the event increased over the years.The first woman in Japan to run a marathon official course as a competition was on July 1975, 7.AbashiriSapporo Junior College (currently) who challenged the course ofSapporo Gakuin University) 6 players (Reiko Sudo tops in 4 hours 07 minutes 40 seconds)[6][7].

In 1978, the 1st International Ladies Marathon was held as the world's first women-only marathon event.The United States of America-AtlantaThe Women's Turtle Full Marathon National Tournament will be held as Japan's first women-only marathon tournament.TokyoHigashiyamasaHeld at[8].

1979 yearsBeppu Oita Mainichi MarathonThen, the door is opened to girls on a trial basis.As the first women-only marathon event officially recognized by the IAAF in the fall of the same yearTokyo International Women's MarathonWas held.

The women's marathon was officially adopted at the Olympic Games in 1984.Los Angeles OlympicsBecause.

Since 2012Nagoya Women's MarathonHas been held and has been certified as the "World's Largest Women's Marathon" by the Guinness World Records.

Changes in competition

Previously, psychological bargaining and endurance were important considering the 42km long street.However, in recent years, the speed has been remarkably increased for both boys and girls, and speed has also been required.Along with thispacemakerUsedSlipstreamOr, by teaming up with players from the same country or team to raise and lower the lap intentionally, we will screen out players who can not afford it or who have poor speed.Bicycle road raceYou can also see the movement like this.Therefore, in recent years5000m,10000mThe speedup centered on the top athletes in Japan is particularly noticeable for boys.

Since marathon is a sport that does not use tools, improving physical ability and running form through physical training including scientific training methods and meals is the key to breaking records, but it directly affects running ease. As for the shoes to be given, it has been practiced that professional athletes match the inner sole to their soles and use professional racing shoes that will reach the end of their life in several races because priority is given to weight reduction.At the bottom in recent yearsCarbon fiberHigh-tech materials and designs that assist running force, such as shoes with embedded plates to increase repulsion, are also being used.[9]..In addition, as the speed increases, more and more athletes are using tights that are in close contact with the body rather than running pants with high air resistance.[10].

Marathon features

  • Traditionally, there are many tournaments where not only professionals but also citizen runners can participate.2007からTokyo marathon Japan Land FederationOpen to citizen runners for the first time as an official tournament[11], Has been successful as a tournament with 3 people.In general competitions, many costume runners have appeared to excite the competition, but there are pros and cons to disguise in marathons from the aspect of sports.[12].
  • EkidenAs wellPublic roadIt is a competition with traffic restrictions because it uses, but most of the competitions are round-trip courses (especially for official record setting, provided that most of the courses are the same), and there are many participants. The competition time is long, and the traffic regulation time is longer than the relay road race.Therefore, we may narrow down the participants (generally 5 to 6 hours) by the time limit, or set up several barriers in the course and make it impossible to continue if we can not pass within the specified time. As a result, many tournaments clarify the time for traffic regulation.On the day of the event, it is often inconvenient for short-distance travel such as business and events in the surrounding area.Even so, since it is an event for only one day, many citizens deal with relatively forgiveness and cheer up by cheering along the road.One of the drawbacks of using public roads is that full security is difficult.At the Athens OlympicsVanderlei de LimaThere have been incidents of sabotage, but it is almost impossible to prevent such an act completely as long as you are using public roads. At the 2013 Boston MarathonBomb terrorist incidentHas occurred, and the measures against terrorism at the marathon event have been highlighted.
  • World land,OlympicIt may be confused in the selection of players.Since it is decided from multiple selection races in consideration of the course, weather conditions, members, time, etc., there are characteristics that cannot be measured with the same measuring rod.The selection method is left to each country, but in Japan, there have been multiple cases of debate over the selection results, especially during the Olympics selection.[13], There are also voices calling for one-shot selection.
  • Depending on the course, a turning point may be provided.

Impact on health

It has been pointed out that while light jogging is useful for health, marathons are harmful to health.Marathons are said to have the highest number of sudden deaths in all sports.With the increase in runners due to the recent marathon boom, sudden cardiac death during the marathon is also on the rise, and became a runner at the marathon competition in Japan held between 1990 and 2010.Cardiopulmonary arrestAccidents with this are occurring frequently and are currently on the rise.[14].

Marathon in Japan

Japan's first marathon1909(Meiji42 years) April 3Kobe CityIt is the "Marathon Great Competition" held in.HyogoKobe CityHyogo Ward OfMinatogawaStart the landfill,OsakaNishinari Ohashi (currentlyYodogawa BridgeIt was a one-way course with a distance of about 32km to reach the goal.The number of applicants was 408, and the physique test narrowed down to 120.Furthermore, Hyogo prefectureNishinomiya OfNaruo RacecourseThe qualifying round was held in Japan, and the final 20 finalists were decided.The winner was a soldier from Okayama prefecture, so the time was 2 hours 10 minutes 54 seconds.[15][16]..A monument to "the birthplace of the Japanese marathon" is built in front of Kobe City Hall.

In the old days in the Edo periodAnnaka clanWentAnsei excursionIt is said that the marathon originated in Japan.But,Ansei excursionIs about 29kmWalkIt is a "(walking) competition" and is very different from a marathon. "Excursion" is explained as follows on the website of the "Ansei Excursion Samurai Marathon" organizer.Coupled with the encouragement of Bunbu, it is recommended to walk for physical fitness and foot training, and this is called an excursion.[17].

In JapanOlympicBut marathons have always been at the top of the competition.Japan dispatched players for the first time1912 OfStockholm OlympicsFrom marathon runner (Shinzo Kanaguri) Is being sent.1964(Showa39 years)Tokyo OlympicsでKokichi TsuburayaIs the 3rd place bronze medal, followed by1968(Showa 43)Mexico City OlympicsでKenji KimiharaThere was a time when the Japanese men's marathon produced the world's highest record holders, and won and won the top prizes in well-known races.1970 eraFrom the second half1990 eraEven in the first halfMuneshige,Takeshi So,Toshihiko Seko,Kunimitsu Ito,Takeyama Nakayama,Hiromi TaniguchiProduced many world-class athletes who have made their name in the 10 marathon world champions.1991(Heisei3 years)Tokyo World AthleticsHiromi Taniguchi won the 1st place gold medal1992(Heisei4 years)Barcelona OlympicAtKoichi MorishitaWon the second place silver medal and built the golden age of the marathon.Also in the women's marathon1990 eraFrom the first half to the first half of the 2000s, at the Olympic Games, the second silver medal at the Barcelona Olympics,1996(8)Atlanta Olympics3rd place bronze medal and consecutive medalsYuko Arimori,2000(12)Sydney Olympics1st place gold medalNaoko Takahashi,2004(16)Athens Olympics1st place gold medalMizuki Noguchi,AlsoWorld Athletics ChampionshipsThen.1993(5)Stuttgart World Athletics1st place gold medalJunko Asari,1997(9)Athens World Athletics1st place gold medalHiromi SuzukiIn addition, there are many silver and bronze medals, and women's marathon athletes have been active in mass-producing medals at global competitions (Olympic Games, World Athletics Championships, etc.), and have built a heyday.The summer marathon research that was being undertaken in Japan at that time was the most advanced in the world.1990 eraIt is undeniable that the acquisition of medals by Japanese athletes at the Olympic Games and the World Athletics Championships after the first half is the result of that research.

From the late 2000sWorld Marathon Majors(WMM) Series battle was established, and the world's best title, which was traditionally contested in the Olympic Games and the World Athletics Championships, is now contested by the points of major competitions every year.エチオピア,KenyaMany athletes from marathon powerhouses such as Marathon have participated in the marathon more than ever, and have become more focused on the marathon than before.As a result, the Japanese are not able to adequately cope with the speeding up of marathons by athletes from powerful marathon nations and the increasing level of races due to the thickness of the athletes, and both men and women are struggling.Still, interest hasn't diminished to the point where the Olympic ratings exceed 20%.

In response to the decision to hold the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, we reformed the selection of the Japanese national team and made the selection race "Marathon grand championshipIt was announced that it will be held in 2019 with the name[18].

Recording terms

  • Sub-three-Complete the full marathon within 3 hours.
  • Subfour-Complete the full marathon within 4 hours.
  • Subten-Complete the full marathon within 2 hours and 10 minutes. 100kmUltra marathonGoal within 10 hours.
  • Sub-Eight-Complete the full marathon within 2 hours and 8 minutes.
  • BQ (Becquerel, Boston Qualify)- Boston MarathonMake a record that meets the eligibility time.
  • Negative Split-The lap time in the second half of the race exceeds the lap time in the first half of the race.

"Highest record" and "New record"

Marathons with different conditions depending on the courseInternational Athletics Federation(International Athletics Federation = IAAF) did not officially approve the record, so even if it exceeded the previous record, it was said to be the "highest record" instead of the "new record", but in 2004, the International Athletics Federation was officially accredited. Establish conditions (#Main conditions of official course (See), road competition records, including marathons, have also come to be described as "new records."Therefore, marathon records have been called "world record" and "Japan record", but since 2004, they will be called "world record" and "Japan record" like other events. It was.

Gross time and net time

Gross Time is the official record of timekeeping required to cross the goal line starting from the start signal.On the other hand, the net time (net time) is a reference record required to cross the goal line starting from the moment when the start line is crossed.

In a citizen marathon in which a large number of runners participate, the number of people who can cross the start line at the same time as the start gun is limited, and many runners take some time to reach the start line.Since the official record gross time includes the time it takes to reach this start line, net time may be used to determine the net running time.In Japan, net time is only a personal reference record, so care must be taken when handling it.

However, in traditionally large marathons such as overseas marathons, especially the New York City Marathon, Chicago Marathon, and Paris Marathon, there is a gap of up to an hour or more between gross time and net time, within the same wave. However, due to the unfairness that there is a difference of about 1 minutes between the gross and the net, the gross time becomes the official time only for elite runners, and the net time is announced as the official time for general wave start runners, and the ranking is also based on this. It has been announced.In addition, whether or not to participate in the Boston Marathon is decided based on the net time.

Main conditions of official course

This applies not only to marathons but also to road races in general, but in the case of marathons, there are special provisions because the distance is a fraction.It is shown in parentheses.

  1. The length of the course must not be shorter than the competition distance, and the error is less than 1000/1 of the competition distance (42m or less in the marathon)
  2. In order to satisfy the above conditions, when measuring the distance, set 1001m to 1000m = 1km.
  3. The decrease in altitude from the start point to the goal point is less than 1000/1 of the competition distance (42m or less in the marathon) Note: This is because the entire course is prohibited from downhill.
  4. The distance between the start point and the goal point is less than half of the competition distance on a straight line. Note: A course close to a straight line may always be a tailwind depending on the weather conditions.

If the start point and the goal point are the same, the conditions 3 and 4 are inevitably satisfied. (The same applies to the lap course.)

As of the 21st century, the mainstream method worldwide is for bicycle measurers to travel a certain distance from the curb on three bicycles with a rangefinder and calculate the distance from the average of the three.[19].

At the 2011 Boston MarathonGeoffrey Mutai(Kenya) won the championship with a time of 2 hours 3 minutes 2 seconds, but in the Boston course, the straight line distance between the start and the goal is 91% of the competition distance, which violates the condition of 4. above, and 3. It did not meet the conditions of, and was not officially recognized as a world record.

Major marathon events

World athletics (WA) will be a federation of world road races such as marathons in 2008.Rating systemIntroduced[20]..In Japan, the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon from 2009, the Tokyo Marathon from 2010, the Fukuoka International Marathon from 2011, and the Nagoya Women's Marathon from 2013 have been designated as gold labels (the background color is the IAAF designated label).[21].. WA has newly established the platinum label, which is the highest label, from 2020.From 2020, the Tokyo Marathon and Nagoya Women's Marathon have been designated as platinum labels at competitions in Japan.

Outside Japan

Tournament nameHost countryHeld monthFoundingTournament recordRemarks
Athens Classic MarathonGreek flag Greece1119722:11:35
London marathon *British flag The United Kingdom419812:03:05Flat high speed course
Berlin marathon *German flag Germany919742:01:39Flat high speed course
(English edition)German flag Germany1019812:03:42
Paris MarathonFrench flag France419762:05:04
(English edition)Italian flag イタリア319822:07:17
Rotterdam MarathonDutch flag Netherlands419812:04:27Flat high speed course
Amsterdam MarathonDutch flag Netherlands1019752:05:36
Boston Marathon *United States flag The United States of America418972:03:02Along with the NY tournament, it has a long history in the United States. "Marathon of the Chosen"
Chicago Marathon *United States flag The United States of America1019772:03:52 Flat high speed course
New York City Marathon *United States flag The United States of America1119702:05:06America's largest
Honolulu MarathonUnited States flag The United States of America1219732:08:27No time limit.In recent years, more than half of the Japanese participants.
(English edition)Canadian flag カナダ519722:13:14
(English edition)Australian flag Australia719792:09:14
Beijing International MarathonFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku1019812:07:16
(English edition)Macau flag Macau1219812:12:49
Seoul International MarathonRepublic of Korea flag  South Korea319932:05:37
Dubai MarathonUnited Arab Emirates flag United Arab Emirates120002:04:00
(English edition)Indian flag India120042:09:32
(Chinese version)Hong Kong flag Hong Kong119972:11:27
Taizi TheInternational Athletics Federation(IAAF) official recognition,* TheWorld Marathon Majors.

In Japan (sponsored / sponsored by Japan Association of Athletics Federations)

The items in parentheses for the time limit are elite races, which are the time limits for the participants' past times.The capacity is the total of the full marathon only, which is set for each category.

Tournament namePrefecturesHeld monthFoundingTime limitCapacityRemarks
Hokkaido MarathonHokkaido819875 hours17,000Odori ParkDeparture / arrival → Shinkawa-dori return (from 2012)
Saitama International Marathon[22]Saitama1220156 hours16,000Saitama Super ArenaDeparture / arrival →KoshigayaShinmeicho turnaround
Tokyo marathonTokyo320077 hours37,500Tokyo Metropolitan GovernmentDeparture → Gyoko-dori (In front of Tokyo station) Arrival (from 2017)
Ome marathon21967--The longest course is 30km
Nagano MarathonNagano419995 hours10,000Nagano Sports Park(Until 2003YamanouchiFrom the Olympic Memorial Torch Stand) →Nagano Olympic StadiumArrived
Nagoya Women's MarathonAichi320127 hours22,000Nagoya DomePrevious start → Same middle goal
Kyoto Marathon[23]Kyoto220126 hours16,000Nishikyogoku Athletic ParkDeparture →Heian ShrineFirst arrival
Osaka International Women's MarathonOsaka11982(3 hours 13 minutes)NoneNagai StadiumDeparture / arrival → Midosuji ・Dotonbori BridgeMinamizume turnaround
Osaka Marathon[24]1120117 hours30,000Osaka Prefectural GovernmentAdvance →OsakajokoenFirst arrival (from 2019)
Kobe Marathon[25]Hyogo1120117 hours20,000Kobe City HallDeparture →Akashi Kaikyo BridgeTurn back →Port IslandArrived
Hofu Yomiuri MarathonYamaguchi 1219704 hours02,500Hofu City Athletics Stadium → Return to Nakaseki / Golf Course
Fukuoka International MarathonFukuoka121947(2 hours 40 minutes)NoneHeiwadai Athletic Stadium→ Western part of Fukuoka city → Kashii turnaround in Higashi-ku
Beppu Oita Mainichi MarathonOita21952XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes01,800Umitamago→Beppu International Tourism Port(Near Beppu City Central Purification Center) Return →Oita Municipal Athletic Field
Kumamoto Castle MarathonKumamoto220127 hours13,000Tomachi StreetDeparture →Kumamoto CastleArrived
Finished tournament
Tournament nameHeld monthEvent DatesRemarks
Tokyo International Marathon21981 to 2006National StadiumDeparture / arrival → Heiwa Shimaguchi / Omori coast turn back before the alternation
Tokyo International Women's Marathon111979 to 2008
Nagoya International Women's Marathon31980 to 2011[26]Mizuho Athletics StadiumDeparture / arrival →Nagoya CastleTurn around the road
Yokohama International Women's Marathon112009 to 2014Yamashita ParkDeparture / arrival → Honmoku / Pool front turn back
Lake Biwa Daily Marathon31946 to 2021Ojiyama Athletics StadiumDeparture / arrival → Otsu City Ogaya turnaround

In Japan (main citizen marathon event)

Tournament namePrefecturesHeld monthFoundingTime limitCapacityWebRemarks
Miyagi1020176 hours12,000[27] 
Kasumigaura MarathonIbaraki419916 hours18,000[28]Also serves as an international blind marathon event[29].
Tsukuba MarathonIbaraki1119816 hours13,000[30] 
Tokyo319987 hours15,000[31]Formerly known as "Tokyo Arakawa Citizens Marathon in ITA BASHI".Itabashi kuFrom the sports recreation standEdogawa-kuArakawa Ohashi turn back[32].
Yokohama marathon

(Unofficial course)

Kanagawa112015
(1981)
XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes25,000[33]The 20km has been held since 1981, and the half marathon has been held since 1992. March 2015 and 2016[34], 2017/2018 is October[35], 2019 has changed the holding time in November respectively[36].
Shonan International Marathon

(Unofficial course)

Kanagawa112007XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes18,000[37] 

(Unofficial course)

ChibaOctober (every other year)20126 hours12,000[38]highwayTokyo Bay Aqua Line(Bridged part) is closed.
Toyama MarathonToyamaOctober or November20157 hours13,000[39]
Kanazawa MarathonIshikawa1020157 hours13,000[40]
Mt. Fuji MarathonYamanashi112012
(1976)
6 hours15,000[41]Formerly known as "Kawaguchiko Nikkan Sports Marathon". Changed to the current name from 2012.
Shizuoka MarathonShizuoka32014XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes12,000[42] 
Hamamatsu City MarathonShizuoka22005XNUM X hours X NUM X minutesNone[43]There are several kilometers and half marathons.
Fukuchiyama MarathonKyoto1119916 hours10,000[44]Most of the marathon courseYura RiverDrive along[45].

(Unofficial course)

Kyoto21984無 制 限02,500[46]It is one of the few marathon events in Japan that is advertised as "no time limit in principle".[47].
Nara MarathonNara1220106 hours10,000[48] 

(Unofficial course)

Osaka1119978 hours06,000[49]
KIX Quanzhou International MarathonOsaka219945 hours05,000[50]Sakai CityNishi-ward OfHamadera ParkからIzumisano OfRinku ParkDone in[51].
World Heritage Himeji Castle MarathonHyogo220156 hours07,000[52] 
Tamba Mt. Sasayama ABC MarathonHyogo319815 hours10,000[53]Tamba Mt. SasayamaHeld in.Asahi Broadcasting TVSince the digest program is broadcast on such sites, it is well known in Kansai.
Okayama MarathonOkayama1120156 hours15,000[54] 
Shimonoseki Kai Hibiki MarathonYamaguchi 1120086 hours10,000[55] 
Tokushima MarathonTokushima320087 hours15,000[56]Most of the marathon courseYoshinogawaDrive along[57]
Ehime MarathonEhime219636 hours10,000[58]Matsuyama CityHeld in.
Kochi Ryoma MarathonKochi220137 hours12,000[59]
Kitakyushu MarathonFukuoka220146 hours11,000[60]KitakyushuWill be held at.It was planned to be held for a single year as the final event of the Kitakyushu Municipal 50th Anniversary Project, but it has been held every year since then.The "Pair Relay Marathon" will be held at the same time with two people running in the first half 20.2km and the second half 22km (2 groups of 150 people only).
Fukuoka MarathonFukuoka1120147 hours10,000[61] 
Miyazaki1219876 hours10,000[62]Miyazaki CityWill be held at. Since 2008, Tachibana-dori, the main street of Miyazaki City, has joined the course.
Kagoshima MarathonKagoshima320167 hours10,000[63]
NAHA MarathonOkinawa121985XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes30,000[64]NahaA citizen marathon event held in the southern part of the main island of Okinawa starting from.
Okinawa MarathonOkinawa21993XNUM X hours X NUM X minutes13,000[65]Okinawa CityA citizen marathon event held in the central part of the main island of Okinawa starting from.

Although it is not in JapanHonolulu MarathonIs one of the major citizen marathon events for Japanese people, with about 1 to 2 Japanese participating.

Historical records

World 10

Boys
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 01 minutes 39 secondsEliud Kipchoge KenyaBerlin02018th of February 9
22 hours 01 minutes 41 secondsKenenisa BekeleEthiopian flag エチオピアBerlin2019th of February 9
32 hours 02 minutes 48 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアBerlin2019th of February 9
42 hours 02 minutes 55 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアUK2019th of February 4
52 hours 02 minutes 57 secondsDennis Kipruto Kimmet KenyaBerlin2014th of February 9
62 hours 03 minutes 00 seconds(English edition) Kenya2020th of February 12
72 hours 03 minutes 04 seconds(English edition) Kenya2020th of February 12
82 hours 03 minutes 13 secondsEmmanuel Kipchi KenyaBerlin2014th of February 9
Wilson Kipsang Kipsang Kipsang KenyaBerlin2016th of February 9
102 hours 03 minutes 16 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアUK2019th of February 4
woman
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 14 minutes 04 secondsBrigid Kosgei KenyaChicago2019th of February 10
22 hours 15 minutes 25 secondsPaula RadcliffeBritish flag The United KingdomUK2003th of February 4
32 hours 17 minutes 01 seconds(English edition) KenyaUK2017th of February 4
42 hours 17 minutes 08 seconds(English edition) KenyaDubai2019th of February 1
52 hours 17 minutes 16 seconds(English edition) Kenya2020th of February 12
62 hours 17 minutes 41 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアDubai2019th of February 1
72 hours 17 minutes 45 seconds(English edition)Israeli flag イ ス ラ エ ルTokyo2020th of February 3
82 hours 17 minutes 56 secondsTirunesh DibabaEthiopian flag エチオピアUK2017th of February 4
92 hours 18 minutes 11 seconds(English edition) KenyaBerlin2018th of February 9
102 hours 18 minutes 30 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピア2019th of February 12

Reference record

Boys
timeNameAffiliationConventionDateUnofficial reasonRemarks
1 hours 59 minutes 40 secondsEliud Kipchoge KenyaVienna2019th of February 10An unofficial race sponsored by INEOS.
X typeformationAlternate group that formedpacemakerReduction of air resistance by[66].
Unofficial world record
Mankind's first full marathon 2 hours cut
2 hours 00 minutes 25 secondsEliud Kipchoge KenyaMonza2017th of February 5Unofficial race sponsored by NIKEFormer unofficial world record[67]
2 hours 03 minutes 02 secondsGeoffrey Mutai KenyaDuffel Bag2011th of February 4136.29 m down
2 hours 03 minutes 06 secondsMoses Mosop KenyaDuffel Bag2011th of February 4136.29 m down
woman
timeNameAffiliationConventionDateUnofficial reasonRemarks
2 hours 18 minutes 20 secondsLiliya ShobukhovaRussian flag ロシアChicago2011th of February 10Erased by doping

Area record

Boys
DistricttimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
Africa2 hours 01 minutes 39 secondsEliud Kipchoge KenyaBerlin2018th of February 9
Asia2 hours 04 minutes 43 seconds(English edition)Bahrain flag バーレーン2018th of February 12
Europe2 hours 04 minutes 49 seconds(English edition)Belgian flag ベルギーTokyo2020th of February 3
North America2 hours 05 minutes 38 secondsKhalid KhannoushiUnited States flag The United States of AmericaUK2002th of February 4
South America2 hours 06 minutes 05 secondsRonaldo da CostaBrazilian flag BrazilBerlin1998th of February 9
Oceania2 hours 07 minutes 51 secondsRobert de CastellaAustralian flag AustraliaDuffel Bag1986th of February 4
woman
DistricttimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
Africa2 hours 14 minutes 04 secondsBrigid Kosgei KenyaChicago2019th of February 10
Asia2 hours 19 minutes 12 secondsMizuki NoguchiJapanese flag JapanBerlin2005th of February 9
Europe2 hours 15 minutes 25 secondsPaula RadcliffeBritish flag The United KingdomUK2003th of February 4
North America2 hours 19 minutes 36 secondsDeena KastorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaUK2006th of February 4
South America2 hours 26 minutes 48 seconds(English edition)Peru flag ペルーBerlin2014th of February 9
Oceania2 hours 22 minutes 36 seconds(English edition)Australian flag AustraliaChicago2006th of February 10

U20 World Junior Ice Hockey (under 10 years old)

Boys
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 04 minutes 32 secondsEthiopian flag エチオピアDubai2014th of February 1
22 hours 06 minutes 07 seconds KenyaAmsterdam2011th of February 10[68]
32 hours 06 minutes 15 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアParis2009th of February 4
42 hours 08 minutes 51 secondsEthiopian flag エチオピアTaiyuan2012th of February 9[69]
52 hours 09 minutes 12 secondsEthiopian flag エチオピア2009th of February 10
62 hours 10 minutes 10 seconds KenyaAmsterdam2002th of February 10
72 hours 10 minutes 38 secondsEthiopian flag エチオピア2004th of February 9
82 hours 10 minutes 46 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
92 hours 11 minutes 43 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
102 hours 12 minutes 13 seconds Kenya2003th of February 10
woman
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 20 minutes 59 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピアDubai2015th of February 1
22 hours 22 minutes 38 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku2008th of February 1
32 hours 23 minutes 06 seconds(English edition)Ethiopian flag エチオピア2010th of February 9
42 hours 23 minutes 37 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
52 hours 23 minutes 57 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2002th of February 10
62 hours 25 minutes 15 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2002th of February 10
72 hours 25 minutes 48 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
82 hours 26 minutes 34 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2000th of February 10
92 hours 26 minutes 56 secondsDemocratic People's Republic of Korea flag north korea2007th of February 4
102 hours 27 minutes 05 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2007th of February 10

U18 world record (under 18 years old)

Boys
timeNameAffiliationConventionDate
2 hours 11 minutes 43 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
woman
timeNameAffiliationConventionDate
2 hours 27 minutes 20 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2007th of February 10

10 Asian leaders

Boys
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 04 minutes 43 seconds(English edition)Bahrain flag バーレーン2018th of February 12
22 hours 04 minutes 56 secondsKengo SuzukiJapanese flag JapanLake Biwa2021th of February 2
32 hours 05 minutes 29 seconds大 迫Japanese flag JapanTokyo2020th of February 3
42 hours 06 minutes 04 seconds(English edition)Bahrain flag バーレーンRotterdam2017th of February 4
(English edition)Bahrain flag バーレーン2019th of February 3
62 hours 06 minutes 11 secondsYuta ShitaraJapanese flag JapanTokyo2018th of February 2
72 hours 06 minutes 16 secondsToshinari TakaokaJapanese flag JapanChicago2002th of February 10
82 hours 06 minutes 43 seconds(English edition)Bahrain flag バーレーン2014th of February 5
92 hours 06 minutes 26 secondsJapanese flag JapanLake Biwa2021th of February 2
102 hours 06 minutes 35 secondsJapanese flag JapanLake Biwa2021th of February 2
woman
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 19 minutes 12 secondsMizuki NoguchiJapanese flag JapanBerlin2005th of February 9
22 hours 19 minutes 39 secondsSun Jie JieFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2003th of February 10
32 hours 19 minutes 41 secondsYoko ShibuiJapanese flag JapanBerlin2004th of February 9
42 hours 19 minutes 46 secondsNaoko TakahashiJapanese flag JapanBerlin2001th of February 9
52 hours 19 minutes 51 secondsZhou ChunxiuFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuSeoul2006th of February 3
62 hours 20 minutes 29 secondsMao IchiyamaJapanese flag JapanNagoya2020th of February 3
72 hours 21 minutes 17 secondsUnis KirwaBahrain flag バーレーンNagoya2017th of February 3
82 hours 21 minutes 36 secondsYuka AndoJapanese flag JapanNagoya2017th of February 3
92 hours 21 minutes 45 secondsMako ChibaJapanese flag JapanOsaka International2003th of February 1
102 hours 21 minutes 47 secondsMizuo MatsudaJapanese flag JapanOsaka International2020th of February 1

U20 Asia 10 Jie (under 20 years old)

Boys
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 10 minutes 46 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
22 hours 11 minutes 43 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
32 hours 13 minutes 46 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2008th of February 10
42 hours 14 minutes 29 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku1993th of February 4
52 hours 14 minutes 55 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
62 hours 15 minutes 06 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2005th of February 10
72 hours 15 minutes 13 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2006th of February 10
82 hours 15 minutes 30 secondsTakahiro SunadaJapanese flag JapanHofu1992th of February 12
92 hours 15 minutes 37 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
102 hours 17 minutes 00 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku2004th of February 3
woman
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 22 minutes 38 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku2008th of February 1
22 hours 23 minutes 37 secondsLiu MinFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
32 hours 23 minutes 57 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2002th of February 10
42 hours 25 minutes 15 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2002th of February 10
52 hours 25 minutes 48 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
62 hours 26 minutes 34 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2000th of February 10
72 hours 26 minutes 56 secondsDemocratic People's Republic of Korea flag north korea2007th of February 4
82 hours 27 minutes 05 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2007th of February 10
92 hours 27 minutes 30 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing1997th of February 10
102 hours 27 minutes 46 secondsShirayukiFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2007th of February 10

U18 Asia's highest record (under 18 years old)

Boys
timeNameAffiliationConventionDate
2 hours 11 minutes 43 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2001th of February 10
woman
timeNameAffiliationConventionDate
2 hours 27 minutes 20 secondsFlag of the People's Republic of China ChugokuBeijing2007th of February 10

10 successive generations of Japan

Boys
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 04 minutes 56 secondsKengo SuzukiFujitsuLake Biwa2021th of February 2
22 hours 05 minutes 29 seconds大 迫NikeTokyo2020th of February 3
32 hours 06 minutes 11 secondsYuta ShitaraHondaTokyo2018th of February 2
42 hours 06 minutes 16 secondsToshinari TakaokaKaneboChicago2002th of February 10
52 hours 06 minutes 26 secondsHONDALake Biwa2021th of February 2
62 hours 06 minutes 35 secondsKurosaki HarimaLake Biwa2021th of February 2
72 hours 06 minutes 45 secondsRyu TakakuYakultTokyo2020th of February 3
82 hours 06 minutes 47 secondsDaihito InoueMitsubishi Heavy IndustriesLake Biwa2021th of February 2
92 hours 06 minutes 51 secondsAtsushi FujitaFujitsuFukuoka International2000th of February 12
Yusuke OguraYakultLake Biwa2021th of February 2
woman
PlacetimeNameAffiliationConventionDate
12 hours 19 minutes 12 secondsMizuki NoguchiGlobalyBerlin2005th of February 9
22 hours 19 minutes 41 secondsYoko ShibuiMitsui Sumitomo InsuranceBerlin2004th of February 9
32 hours 19 minutes 46 secondsNaoko TakahashiSekisui ChemicalBerlin2001th of February 9
42 hours 20 minutes 29 secondsMao IchiyamaWacoalNagoya Women's2020th of February 3
52 hours 21 minutes 36 secondsYuka AndoSuzuki Hamamatsu ACNagoya Women's2017th of February 3
62 hours 21 minutes 45 secondsMako ChibaToyota LoomOsaka International2003th of February 1
72 hours 21 minutes 47 secondsMizuo MatsudaDaihatsuOsaka International2020th of February 1
82 hours 21 minutes 51 secondsNaoko SakamotoTenmayaOsaka International2003th of February 1
92 hours 22 minutes 12 secondsYamaguchi EriTenmayaTokyo International1999th of February 11
102 hours 22 minutes 17 secondsKayoko FukushiWacoalOsaka International2016th of February 1

Japan and other records

Boys
TypeRecordNameAffiliationConventionDate
Japanese student2 hours 08 minutes 12 secondsMasakazu FujiwaraChuo UniversityLake Biwa2003th of February 3
U20 Japan2 hours 15 minutes 30 secondsTakahiro SunadaOsaka GasHofu1992th of February 12
Japan high school2 hours 24 minutes 24 secondsYonago Commercial High SchoolAtago1993th of February 2

■Yuta Shimodaの2時間11分34秒(2016年2月28日)は、その時点で10代ではあるものの、下田裕太が1996年3月31日生まれの為U20(年内20歳未満)日本記録には該当せず。

woman
TypeRecordNameAffiliationConventionDate
Japan record (women alone)2 hours 20 minutes 29 secondsMao IchiyamaWacoalNagoya Women's2020th of February 3
Japanese student2 hours 26 minutes 46 secondsMaeda AyariBukkyo UniversityOsaka International2014th of February 1
U20 Japan2 hours 29 minutes 12 secondsChika HorieSekisui ChemicalNagano2000th of February 4
Japan high school2 hours 36 minutes 34 secondsAkemi MasudaNarita1982th of February 2

Latest record

The official record that took the longest time from the start to the goal in this competition is JapanShinzo KanaguriRecorded,54 years 8 months 6 days 5 hours 32 minutes 20 seconds 3.

  • Kanaguri was held in 1912Stockholm OlympicsI participated in the marathon, but during the raceheatstrokebecome,lethargyI fell into a state.For this reason, he was protected by a farmer near the marathon course, but he returned to consciousness the next morning.After that, KanaguriAbstentionI returned to Japan without declaring, and the people involved in the competition did not know a series of facts, so the competition continued on record (during the competition).disappearanceToothMissing), The tournament schedule was finished.
  • Time passed, in 1967StockholmThe city will hold a ceremony to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the Olympic Games.The Olympic Committee, which investigated the records at that time, found that only Kanaguri was in a state where he did not finish or abstain.For this reason, the committee requested Kanaguri to abstain or complete the race.Kanaguri went to Stockholm and ran the course at that time (actually 100 meters in the stadium, treated as having digested the remaining distance) during the ceremony and finished the race, leaving an official record of more than half a century.[70]..At that time, an announcement was made that "Japan's Kanaguri is now in the goal. The time is 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes, 20 seconds 3, and this will end the entire schedule of the 5th Stockholm Olympic Games." In response, "It was a long way. During this time, I had five grandchildren," he left a unique comment.[71].

List of celebrity marathon records

Movie / TV related

NametimeOccupationAffiliationConventionDate
2:26:09youtuberJapanese flag JapanLake Biwa Daily Marathon2021
Good luck Yusuke2:26:28comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2012
Hiroshi Hiroshi2:27:47comedianCambodia flag CambodiaTokyo marathon2015
Kentaro Uno2:33:30comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2017
Atsuko Okawa2:54:48announcerJapanese flag JapanHofu Yomiuri Marathon2008
Yamanaka Makoto2:56:04announcerJapanese flag JapanOsaka Marathon2014
Fukushima Kana2:57:51talentJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2017
Masato Wada2:57:59An actor・ Former track and field athleteJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2008
2:59:47talentJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2018
Nishitani Ayako3:01:32talentJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2016
Dana Carvey3:04:21chairpersonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaOcean to Bay Marathon1972
Kasuko Nishio3:05:03comedianJapanese flag Japan2019
Kanpei Ma3:08:42comedianJapanese flag Japan1998
Tsurumi Tsurumi3:09:27An actorJapanese flag JapanYokohama marathon2016
Chiaki Sano3:14:24talentJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2019
Rie Hasegawa3:15:36Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon2003
Satomi Morishita3:17:10talentJapanese flag JapanSeoul International Marathon2008
Teshima Rika3:19:59announcerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2008
Kohei Mori3:21:04talentJapanese flag Japan2011
Erika Okushi3:23:01talentJapanese flag Japan2011
Genki ☆ Tatsuya3:23:21comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2012
William Baldwin3:24:29An actorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNew York City Marathon1992
3:27:38Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2008
Sae Uozumi3:30:05announcerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2014
notch3:34:42comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2010
Miyako Takayama3:42:03Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanNagoya Women's Marathon2014
Airi Osugi3:43:14Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2015
Charles Gibson3:43:24chairpersonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaMarine Corps Marathon1983
Harry sugiyama3:43:54talentJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2018
Misako Yasuda3:44:56talentJapanese flag JapanNagoya Women's Marathon2012
Makiko Nakata3:45:41announcerJapanese flag JapanEhime Marathon2012
Ohira Saburo3:46:54comedianJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon2006
Yasushi Nishi3:47:25announcerJapanese flag JapanOsaka Marathon2011
Edward Norton3:48:01An actorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNew York City Marathon2009
Ryutaro Kamioka3:48:25comedianJapanese flag JapanGold Coast Marathon1995
Kuniyuki Fukasawa3:48:45comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2009
Hidekazu Nagai3:49:48comedianJapanese flag JapanYoron Marathon2010
Rena Yamada3:50:01Weather forecasterJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2013
Ryan Reynolds3:50:22An actorCanadian flag カナダNew York City Marathon2008
Peter Weller3:51:26An actorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNew York City Marathon1988
Mika Oki3:51:39Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2013
Kim Alexis3:52:00Fashion ModelUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNew York City Marathon1992
Shingo Fujimori3:53:51comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2016
Lisa Stegmeyer3:54:18Fashion ModelJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2008
Tomoko Kubota3:55:21announcerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2012
Anthony Edwards3:55:40An actorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaChicago Marathon2003
Will Ferrell3:56:12An actorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBoston Marathon2003
Ryozumi Ishihara3:57:21Talent / weather forecasterJapanese flag JapanKagoshima Marathon2016
Junko Akisawa3:58:03announcerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2012
Mitsuko Oka3:58:16An actorJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon1983
Miki Sakagami3:58:17PersonalityJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2010
Tamabukuro Shintaro3:59:32comedianJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2009
Tomoko Kaneda3:59:40Voice actor·talentJapanese flag JapanIbigawa Marathon2014

Music

NametimeOccupationAffiliationConventionDate
eyeron2:43:45Sonar Pocket(Sonar Pocket) membersJapanese flag JapanOsaka Marathon2017
Takaishi Tomoya2:45:07Folk singerJapanese flag JapanKyoto Marathon1979
SUI2:57:36Singer song runnerJapanese flag JapanOsaka International Women's Marathon2020
Joe Strummer3:20: ??The CrashMembers ofBritish flag The United KingdomLondon Marathon, Paris Marathon1981-1983
Bjorn Ulvaeus3:23:54ABBAMembers of ã‚¹ã‚¦ã‚§ãƒ¼ãƒ‡ãƒ³Stockholm Marathon1980
Kentaro Obuchi3:37:39KobukuroMembers ofJapanese flag JapanOsaka Marathon2018
Hiromi Go3:38:37singerJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon1985
Okura3:42:39KetsumeishiMembers ofJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon2007
Masashi Yamada3:59:08THE BACK HORNMembers ofJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2018
Miyazaki Naoko3:59:31Singer-songwriterJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2018
Ronan Keating3:59:33singerIrish flag アイルランドLondon marathon2008

Professional athlete

NametimeOccupationAffiliationConventionDate
Koji Kataoka2:39:16soccer playerJapanese flag JapanTokushima Marathon2015
Abraham Olano2:39:19Bicycle competitionplayerSpanish flag スペインSan Sebastian Marathon2006
Laurent Jalabert2:45:52Cycling athleteFrench flag FranceBarcelona Marathon2007
Lance Armstrong2:46:42Cycling athleteUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNew York City Marathon2007
Jenson Button2:58:34F1 driverBritish flag The United KingdomHonolulu Marathon2012
Chris Boardman3:19:27Cycling athleteBritish flag The United KingdomLondon marathon2009
Raul Gonzalez3:26:05soccer playerSpanish flag スペインNew York City Marathon2016
Kimiko Date3:27:40Professional tennisplayerJapanese flag JapanLondon marathon2004
Leontien van Mollell3:28:57Cycling athleteDutch flag NetherlandsRotterdam Marathon2008
Hiroki Ioka3:30:05Professional boxerJapanese flag JapanKoshien Nishinomiya International Marathon2001
Heiki Kovalainen3:36:56F1 driver ãƒ•ã‚£ãƒ³ãƒ©ãƒ³ãƒ‰New York City Marathon2007
Pat Tillman3:48: ??American football playerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaAvenue of The Giants Marathon2000
Daisuke Naito3:49:29Professional boxerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2015
Demon3:51:14KickboxerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2009
Naohiro Suzuki3:52:30Professional baseball playerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2017
Roger Craig3:54:00American football playerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaChicago Marathon2004
Justin Leonard3:54:40Professional golferUnited States flag The United States of AmericaWhite Rock / Dallas2001
Yano3:55:37Professional baseball playerJapanese flag JapanKobe Marathon2014
Go Kitazawa3:56:31soccer playerJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2017
Yukina Yasuda3:56:44Professional boxerJapanese flag Japan2013

政治家

NametimeOccupationAffiliationConventionDate
Sakurai Katsunobu2:48: ??Minamisoma CityMayorJapanese flag Japan?1999?
Dominique de Villepin2:57:0618nd generationprime ministerFrench flag FranceMarathon de l'Essonne1980
Paul bremer3:00:34Station NetherlandsambassadorUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBoston Marathon?
Tomoaki Shimada3:02:59OsakaKawachinagano CityMayorJapanese flag JapanKobe Marathon2017
Hideo Higashikunihara3:06:58MiyazakiGovernor·talentJapanese flag JapanInternational Qingdao Pacific Marathon2004
John Edwards3:30:18Senator-Vice PresidentCandidateUnited States flag The United States of AmericaMarine Corps Marathon1983
Michael Dukakis3:31:00MassachusettsGovernorPresidentCandidateUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBoston Marathon1951
Joschka Fischer3:41:36Minister of Foreign AffairsandDeputy Prime MinisterGerman flag GermanyBerlin marathon2000
Suzuki Muneo3:44:40Member of the House of Representatives,New party earthRepresentativeJapanese flag JapanNAHA Marathon1994
George W. Bush3:44:5243th PresidentUnited States flag The United States of AmericaHouston Marathon1993
Jörg Haider3:52: ??Freedom Party of AustriaParty leader ã‚ªãƒ¼ã‚¹ãƒˆãƒªã‚¢New York City Marathon1992
Sarah Palin3:59:36ア ラ ス カ 州Governor / Vice Presidential CandidateUnited States flag The United States of AmericaHumpy's Marathon2005

Scholar/cultural person

NametimeOccupationAffiliationConventionDate
Alan Turing2:46:03Mathematician-Computer scientistBritish flag The United KingdomAmateur Athletic Championships Marathon1947
Christer Fuglesang3:15:05physicist-宇宙 飛行 士 ã‚¹ã‚¦ã‚§ãƒ¼ãƒ‡ãƒ³Stockholm Marathon1987
Shinya Yamanaka3:22:34Medical doctor-University教授Japanese flag JapanKyoto Marathon2020
Haruki Murakami3:31:26NovelistJapanese flag JapanNew York City Marathon1991
Go Egami3:46:20NovelistJapanese flag JapanTokyo marathon2012
Jun Takahashi3:47:11fashion designerJapanese flag JapanHonolulu Marathon2011

Wheelchair division

"Boston Marathon, London Marathon, Berlin Marathon, Chicago Marathon, New York City Marathon, etc.Wheelchair sectionThere are many tournaments that have set up.In Japan, a single wheelchair marathon has been held, but in recent years, the wheelchair section has been set up at the Tokyo Marathon and the Osaka Marathon.Detail is,"Wheelchair Marathon" section, history and formatreference.

footnote

[How to use footnotes]
  1. ^ "Searching for the roots of athletics" Keiichi Okao, 1996, Bunrikaku, p. 78
  2. ^ a b "History of modern athletics 1860-1991 From birth to modern times <by gender>" Roberto L. Kercetani,1992,Baseball magazine company, Pages 7-8
  3. ^ Regarding the distance of the first marathon, the regulation at that time was that 40km was a guideline, so strict measurement was not made, and it is said that the mileage was 36.75km in later measurements.According to the editorial department of Shogakukan.
  4. ^ "Is the royal family involved in the XNUMXkm decision?”. As of May 2015, 5オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2015th of February 8Browse.
  5. ^ The reason why the marathon is 42.195km ...
  6. ^ Toshimasa Rikitake "THE DATA Women's Marathon Trivia" "Athletics magazine』May 1992 issue,Baseball magazine company, P.90
  7. ^ As "the first Japanese woman to run the official marathon course", she participated in the Boston Marathon this year.Oniko drum seatThere are female members of
  8. ^ A brief history of women's running RUNNNET
  9. ^ Nike's "Platform Shoes" Banned World Athletics Federation New Regulations British Media Report Archive October 2020, 1- Wayback machine - Mainichi Newspapers
  10. ^ Why does Suguru Osako wear half tights? ── Think about the marathon shoes and wear situation of top athletes --GQ Japan
  11. ^ At the tournament with a distance of 30km, the Ome Marathon officially recognized by the JAAF has been open for some time.
  12. ^ Currently, there are no clear guidelines for disguise, and judgment is entrusted to each tournament, but it seems that there is a common rule that it does not violate public order and morals.However, in principle, gorgeous disguise is prohibited in competitions officially recognized by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations.
  13. ^ Kenji Kimihara,Toshihiko Seko,Yuko ArimoriIt is well known what happened during the selection process.See the item for each player for details.
  14. ^ "Sudden cardiac death during not a few marathons”. As of May 2011, 7オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2011th of February 9Browse.
  15. ^ "Birthplace of the Japanese Marathon Kobe-Kobe City HP”. As of May 2013, 5オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2012th of February 11Browse.
  16. ^ Road to Kobe Marathon Part XNUMX History of Hyogo Pioneer (XNUMX) Marathon Grand Race (Kobe newspaper)
  17. ^ 44th Ansei Excursion HP
  18. ^ "Seko leader "I hope that a player with a dream will come out." The MGC series finally starts from the Hokkaido Marathon 2017!”. Japan Association of Athletics Federations (August 2017, 8). 2017th of February 8Browse.
  19. ^ Supervised by Keitaro Sekine "Mechanism of Measuring Things" Shinsei Publishing Co., Ltd. ISBN 9784405071018
  20. ^ IAAF Road Race Labels 2010 Regulations
  21. ^ Road Race Rank
  22. ^ Saitama International Marathon
  23. ^ Kyoto Marathon
  24. ^ Osaka Marathon
  25. ^ Kobe Marathon
  26. ^ 2011 isGreat East Japan EarthquakeCanceled due to outbreak.2010 was the last time it was held.
  27. ^ Tohoku / Miyagi Reconstruction Marathon
  28. ^ Kasumigaura Marathon
  29. ^ However, the event was canceled in 2011 due to the Great East Japan Earthquake.
  30. ^ Tsukuba Marathon
  31. ^ Itabashi City Marathon
  32. ^ However, the event was canceled in 2011 due to the Great East Japan Earthquake.
  33. ^ Yokohama marathon
  34. ^ Information on participation in Yokohama Marathon 2015
  35. ^ However, the event was canceled in 2017 due to the approaching typhoon.
  36. ^ However, according to the marathon's "Information you need to know and manners up", "Masks, cloaks, disguise, music players, etc., barefoot running, strollers, parallel running with pets, etc." It is prohibited, disqualified as soon as it is discovered, and participation in the tournament is strictly prohibited from the next time onwards. "
  37. ^ Shonan International Marathon
  38. ^ Chiba Aqualine Marathon
  39. ^ Toyama Marathon
  40. ^ Kanazawa Marathon
  41. ^ Mt. Fuji Marathon
  42. ^ Shizuoka Marathon
  43. ^ Hamamatsu City Marathon
  44. ^ Fukuchiyama Marathon
  45. ^ However, the event was canceled in 2004 and 2013 due to flood damage in Fukuchiyama City.
  46. ^ Kyoto Kizugawa Marathon
  47. ^ However, according to the "Notes on Participation" on the official website of the marathon, "Participants walking from the beginning are not considered to be runners and may be prohibited from participating at the discretion of the staff", and "After 17:30 at sunset" In order to ensure safety, the race may be stopped. "
  48. ^ Nara Marathon
  49. ^ Osaka / Yodogawa Citizens Marathon
  50. ^ KIX Quanzhou International Marathon
  51. ^ However, the event was canceled in 1995 due to the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake.
  52. ^ World Heritage Himeji Castle Marathon
  53. ^ "Mt. Sasayama ABC Marathon”. As of May 2007, 10オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2007th of February 9Browse.
  54. ^ "Okayama Marathon”. As of May 2015, 11オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2015th of February 10Browse.
  55. ^ "Shimonoseki Kai Hibiki Marathon”. As of May 2013, 6オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2013th of February 8Browse.
  56. ^ Tokushima Marathon
  57. ^ However, in 2011, it was temporarily canceled due to the Great East Japan Earthquake and postponed to November.
  58. ^ Ehime Marathon
  59. ^ Kochi Ryoma Marathon
  60. ^ Kitakyushu Marathon
  61. ^ Fukuoka Marathon
  62. ^ International Qingdao Pacific Marathon
  63. ^ Kagoshima Marathon
  64. ^ NAHA Marathon
  65. ^ Okinawa Marathon
  66. ^ X-shaped formation that enabled Kipchoge "1 hour 59 minutes 40 seconds" runtrip.jp
  67. ^ "Pros and cons of Kipchoge's unofficial world record for the marathon 2 hours 0 minutes 25 seconds”. As of May 2017, 5オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2017th of February 5Browse.
  68. ^ Tokyo Marathon 2013 Media Guide Archive October 2014, 2- Wayback machine, 29.
  69. ^ Athlete profile for Berhanu Shiferaw
  70. ^ "Shizo Kanakuri Bio, Stats, and Results" (English). Olympics at Sports-Reference.com.As of August 2019, 7オ リ ジ ナ ル[Broken link]More archives.2020th of February 1Browse.
  71. ^ "Japan participates for the first time: Jiji.com”(Japanese). Current affairs dot com. 2019th of February 12Browse.

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