Media Maratón Lima

Edition 112

Lima, Peru
27 Aug, 2023 (Sun)
Event size: 1000 - 4999 participants

Running

10 km, 21.097 km

About the event

Beginning in the historic Plaza Mayor, the Lima Half Marathon is the oldest half-marathon in America and probably in the world. It will take you on a journey through time as you traverse the city, culminating at the Circuito Mágico del Agua. Along the route, you will be treated to a variety of musical, circus and sports performances. The race will kick off at 8:00am, but you may warm up from 6:30am. There is an 87m elevation gain over the course, making it a flat ocean-level trail. If you book your spot for the Lima Marathon through World's Marathons, you will receive an invitation to train with the Peru Runners team before the race, as well as a prime start position. We look forward to seeing you there!

Races offered by this event

You have 28 weeks for training

10 km

27 Aug, 2023 (Sun)
Running
10 km
Race size: 1000 - 2499 participants
Solo
On site
Road

Media Maratón Lima

27 Aug, 2023 (Sun)
Running
21.097 km
Race size: 1000 - 2499 participants
Solo
On site
Road

Media Maratón Lima

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Results 2017: 108 Media Maratón Lima

28 Aug, 2017 (Mon)

Media Maratón Lima At the end of the race, Juan Huaman Canto and Jhon Cusi Huaman crossed the finish line in the same time of 01:04:15. The third place went to Jose Luis Checo Collocsa with a time of 01:05:15 In the women’s race, it was Luz Mery Rojas Llanco (01:15:55) taking the top spot, ahead of Zayda Ramos Acevedo (01:16:08). The third place went to Nelida Sulca Pena with a time of 01:17:12 Top 5 Men Top 5 Women Complete results 10 km Ulises Jhamer Martin Ambrosio grinded past more than 2178 runners to win in 00:30:25. Yonatan Ichiparra Munos secured second in this year’s race with a time of 00:30:53. Mario Alfonso Bazan Argandona got the third place in 00:30:54. In the ladies race, it was Zulema Arenas Huacasi (00:37:05) taking the top spot. Sonia Rosa Salazar Ramos earned runner-up honors with a time of 00:37:21. While Anyeli Clara Paucar Churampi came in third at 00:37:34 Top 5 Men Top 5 Women Complete results §staticmap(49100,5,800,200)
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