Generali Milano Marathon

Edition 21

Milano, Lombardy, Italy
02 Apr, 2023 (Sun)
Event size: 5000 - 9999 participants

Running

42.195 km

About the event

The Generali Milan Marathon is one of the most renowned sports events in Milan, consistently engaging both athletes and citizens, and gaining international attention. The 2015 edition saw a single-loop route, beginning and ending in the city center, which has been gradually refined since. The modern and complete course caters to both professional and amateur runners, offering them the opportunity to view the city's historical and contemporary features. Awarded the Silver Label of the IAAF and the FIDAL Gold Label, the 2019 competition is set to further increase its prestige by becoming the only Italian marathon in the Abbott World Marathon Majors Wanda Age Group World Rankings. By running in the streets of Milan in April, participants can gain points to qualify for the World Age final in London in 2020. NOTE: Those not registered with an Athletics Federation must have a Runcard and a medical certificate to participate in the marathon. Purchase a Runcard at www.runcard.com.

Races offered by this event

Milano Marathon

02 Apr, 2023 (Sun)
Running
42.195 km
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IAAF Road Race Silver
Solo
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Road
Timed

Marathon Relay

02 Apr, 2023 (Sun)
Running
42.195 km
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IAAF Road Race Silver
Relay (4)
On site
Road
Timed

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Results 2018: EA7 Milano Marathon

09 Apr, 2018 (Mon)

Credit : Apple iFans Tura Seifu Abdiwak outpaced more than 5553 runners to win in 02:09:04. Coming in second was Kipkogei Justus Kimutai (02:10:00). Rounding out the top three was Barnabas Kiptum with a time of 02:10:17. For the women, Wangui Lucy Kabuu won the race with a time of 02:27: 02, followed by Jerono Vivian Kiplagat who finished with a time of 02:27:08. Rounding out the top three was Sheila Chepkech with a time of 02:29:26. Top 5 Men 1 Tura Seifu Abdiwak ETH 02:09:04 2 Kipkogei Justus Kimutai KEN 02:10:00 3 Barnabas Kiptum KEN 02:10:17 4 Fred Musobo UGA 02:13:50 5 Camilo Santiago ESP 02:13:56 Top 5 Women 1 Wangui Lucy Kabuu KEN 02:27:02 2 Jerono Vivian Kiplagat KEN 02:27:08 3 Sheila Chepkech KEN 02:29:26 4 Doris Changeywo KEN 02:29:50 5 Fatna Maraoui ITA 02:33:18 Complete results#
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