Edmonton, April 27, 2020 — The organizers of the Servus Edmonton Marathon announce that this year’s event, scheduled for August 14, 15, and 16, 2020, is cancelled due to the COVID-19 health situation. Last week, all mass events for the summer of 2020 were cancelled under authority of the Chief Medical Officer of Alberta Health Services (AHS) which necessarily includes the
Marathon David Mutai outpaced more then 896 runners to win in 02:20:07. He bested Kip Kangogo who crossed the finish line 3 minutes 21 seconds behind him. Collin Jarvis got the third place in 02:27:30. In the ladies race, Kari Elliott took top honours by finishing the race in 03:01:02 . She finished 5 minutes 32 seconds ahead of Caroline Gecker.
Marathon Lucas McAneney got a win, finishing with a time of 02:26:14. Coming in second was Arturs Bareikis (02:28:15). Rounding out the top three was Daniel Habteyes with a time of 02:32:53. In the women’s race, Leanne Klassen scored victory with a time of 03:00:07 . She finished 8 minutes 20 seconds ahead of Kayla Baker. Finishing third was Lynsey Romano
Marathon Brendan Lunty scored victory with a time of 02:35:18. He finished une minute 28 secondes ahead of Chris Stone. B Kenny got the third place in 02:39:00. For the women, Dawn Ladds-Bond got a win, finishing with a time of 03:10:28 , followed by Melissa Kendrick who finished with a time of 03:12:13. Rounding out the top three was Kim
Marathon results Finishing with almost an identical time from last year, 2014 runner-up Tom McGrath (2:28:48) came in almost five minutes ahead of nearly 600 runners to win the 2015 Edmonton Marathon along the Saskatchewan River in Alberta, Canada. Thomas Omwenga took second with a time of 2:33:44. Third-place finisher Brendan Lunty (2:34:50) was only other runner to come in under