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2009 World Championships in Athletics – Women's marathon

Events at the
2009 World Championships
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men women
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
20 km walk men women
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men women
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men
 

The Women's Marathon event at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics took place on August 23, 2009 in the streets of Berlin, Germany. The race started at 11:15h local time.

Contents

  • Medalists 1
  • Abbreviations 2
  • Records 3
  • Qualification standards 4
  • Schedule 5
    • Intermediates 5.1
  • Results 6
  • See also 7
  • External links 8

Medalists

Gold Bai Xue
PR China (CHN)
Silver Yoshimi Ozaki
Japan (JPN)
Bronze Aselefech Mergia
Ethiopia (ETH)

Abbreviations

  • All times shown are in hours:minutes:seconds
DNS did not start
NM no mark
WR world record
AR area record
NR national record
PB personal best
SB season best

Records

World record  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 2:15:25 London, Great Britain 13 April 2003
Championship record  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 2:20:57 Helsinki, Finland 14 August 2005
World leading  Irina Mikitenko (GER) 2:22:11 London, Great Britain 26 April 2009
African record  Catherine Ndereba (KEN) 2:18:47 Chicago, United States 7 October 2001
Asian record  Mizuki Noguchi (JPN) 2:19:12 Berlin, Germany 25 September 2005
North American record  Deena Kastor (USA) 2:19:36 London, Great Britain 23 April 2006
South American record  Carmen Oliveira (BRA) 2:27:41 Boston, United States 18 April 1994
European record  Paula Radcliffe (GBR) 2:15:25 London, Great Britain 13 April 2003
Oceanian record  Benita Johnson (AUS) 2:22:36 Chicago, United States 22 October 2006

Qualification standards

Standard
2:43:00

Schedule

Date Time Round
August 23, 2009 11:15 Final

Intermediates

Intermediate Athlete Country Mark
5 km Epiphanie Nyirabarame  Rwanda 17:42
10 km Epiphanie Nyirabarame  Rwanda 35:03
15 km Zhou Chunxiu  China 52:10
20 km Dire Tune  Ethiopia 1:09:47
Half Marathon Nailiya Yulamanova  Russia 1:13:39
25 km Nailiya Yulamanova  Russia 1:27:31
30 km Nailiya Yulamanova  Russia 1:44:33
35 km Bai Xue  China 2:01:04
40 km Aselefech Mergia  Ethiopia 2:18:10

Results

The women's marathon race gets underway in Berlin
Rank Athlete Nationality Time Notes
1st Bai Xue  China 2:25:15 SB
2nd Yoshimi Ozaki  Japan 2:25:25 SB
3rd Aselefech Mergia  Ethiopia 2:25:32
4 Zhou Chunxiu  China 2:25:39 SB
5 Zhu Xiaolin  China 2:26:08 SB
6 Marisa Barros  Portugal 2:26:50
7 Yuri Kano  Japan 2:26:57 SB
8 Alevtina Biktimirova  Russia 2:27:39 SB
9 Kara Goucher  United States 2:27:48 SB
10 Desireé Davila  United States 2:27:53 PB
11 Julia Mumbi Muraga  Kenya 2:28:59 SB
12 Sun Weiwei  China 2:29:39 SB
13 Yoshiko Fujinaga  Japan 2:29:53
14 Svetlana Zakharova  Russia 2:29:55
15 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 2:30:03
16 Sabrina Mockenhaupt  Germany 2:30:07 SB
17 Lisa Jane Weightman  Australia 2:30:42 PB
18 Živilė Balčiūnaitė  Lithuania 2:31:06 SB
19 Kim Kum-Ok  North Korea 2:31:24
20 Irene Limika  Kenya 2:31:29
21 Lidia Simon  Romania 2:32:03
22 Dire Tune  Ethiopia 2:32:42
23 Beata Naigambo  Namibia 2:33:05 PB
24 Alessandra Aguilar  Spain 2:33:38
25 Epiphanie Nyirabarame  Rwanda 2:33:59 NR
26 Atsede Baysa  Ethiopia 2:36:04
27 Tera Moody  United States 2:36:39 SB
28 Olga Glok  Russia 2:36:57
29 Paige Higgins  United States 2:37:11 SB
30 Yukiko Akaba  Japan 2:37:43
31 Lyubov Morgunova  Russia 2:38:23
32 Jong Yong-Ok  North Korea 2:38:29
33 Susanne Hahn  Germany 2:38:39
34 Mary Davis  New Zealand 2:38:48 PB
35 Tara Quinn-Smith  Canada 2:39:19 SB
36 Risper Jemeli Kimaiyo  Kenya 2:39:23
37 Patrizia Morceli  Switzerland 2:39:37
38 Sun Suk Yun  South Korea 2:39:56
39 Judith Ramírez  Mexico 2:40:18
40 Fiona Docherty  New Zealand 2:40:18 PB
41 Un Suk Phyo  North Korea 2:40:39
42 Adriana Aparecida da Silva  Brazil 2:40:54 PB
43 Shireen Crumpton  New Zealand 2:41:31 SB
44 Tanith Maxwell  South Africa 2:41:48 SB
45 Annemette Aagaard  Denmark 2:42:03 SB
46 Martha Komu  Kenya 2:42:14 SB
47 Chol Sun Kim  North Korea 2:42:18
48 Patricia Lossouarn  France 2:42:40
49 Laurence Klein  France 2:42:47
50 Zoila Gómez  United States 2:42:49 SB
51 Remalda Kergyte  Lithuania 2:45:28 SB
52 Park Ho-sun  South Korea 2:47:16
53 Stephanie Briand  France 2:48:16
54 Yamna Oubouhou  France 2:50:02 SB
55 Hilaria Johannes  Namibia 2:50:19 SB
56 Sandra Ruales
 Ecuador
2:50:36
57 Jane Suuto  Uganda 2:52:44
58 Cécile Moynot  France 2:54:21
59 Nuţa Olaru  Romania 3:00:59
Nailiya Yulamanova  Russia (2:27:08) DQ (doping)
Magdaliní Gazéa  Greece DQ (Rule 240.8e)
Maria Zeferina Baldaia  Brazil DNF
Robe Guta  Ethiopia DNF
Ulrike Maisch  Germany DNF
Luminita Zaituc  Germany DNF
Yeoryía Abatzídou  Greece DNF
Helena Loshanyang Kirop  Kenya DNF
Victoria Poludina  Kyrgyzstan DNF
Lee Sun-Young  South Korea DNF
Dulce María Rodríguez  Mexico DNF
Luvsanlkhundeg Otgonbayar  Mongolia DNF
Clara Morales  Chile DNS
Luminiţa Talpoş  Romania DNS

See also

External links

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