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Europe Marathon

The Luxembourg Marathon (official: ING Night Marathon Luxembourg, sponsored by ING) is an annual marathon by night in Luxembourg which was held for the first time in 2006 as Europe Marathon.



      Course record
Edition Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
1st 2006 Kamel Kohil (ALG) 2:17:28 Pascale Schmoetten (LUX) 3:04:57
2nd 2007 Alex Malinga (UGA) 2:17:17 Ruth Kutol (KEN) 2:41:26
3rd 2008 Mohamed Msandeki Ikoki (TAN) 2:15:29 Rose Jepkemboi (KEN) 2:43:21
4th 2009 John Ngeno (KEN) 2:19:17 Irene Cherop (KEN) 2:43:08
5th 2010 Stanley Rono (KEN) 2:19:13 Gishu Mindaye (ETH) 2:39:56
6th 2011 Teferi Bacha (ETH) 2:15:42 Rael Kiyara (KEN) 2:34:28
7th 2012 Bellor Yator (KEN) 2:13:45 Mahlet Melese (ETH) 2:45:56
8th 2013 Bellor Yator (KEN) 2:17:51 Shewaye Gemecha Debelu (ETH) 2:43:33
9th 2014 Johnstone Maiyo (KEN) 2:15:44 Meseret Godana (ETH) 2:38:56


  • Profile at marathoninfo

External links

  • Official website

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