Association of International Marathons and Distance Races

The home of world running™

AIMS is a member-based organization of more than 400 of the world’s leading distance races, from over 100 countries and territories. Our objectives are:

  • to foster and promote distance running throughout the world.
  • to work with the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) on all matters relating to international road races
  • to exchange information, knowledge and expertise among members of the association

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Latest race results

Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon, India

Sun 15 January 2017

19.076 72.8777

Tanzania’s Alphonce Simbu Simbu, fifth at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, hit the front with 1km to go and sprinted away for victory after a duel over the last 7km with Kenyan Joshua Kipkorir. After a large group of 13 had passed through halfway in 1:04:49 the pace stayed steady as far as 30km with seven men still together. Kipkorir then changed pace and split the pack. By 35km as they started on an 800m long drag up a tough hill, Simbu was his only rival. Simbu tucked in to Kipkorir’s frustration. With 2km to go the strain of leading began to tell on Kipkorir as Simbu awaited his moment to strike. He raced away to equal the second-fastest winning time in the 14 years the race has been held. Falling only 13 seconds short of his personal best time was an impressive performance as the course is challenging, with two big hills, and conditions were warm and humid. All the more impressive that Kipkorir sliced more than three minutes off his best time.

By contrast to the thrilling two-man battle in the men’s race Bournes Kitur, after passing halfway in 1:14:03 with three other women raced away to a one-minute lead at 30km. The 21-year-old Kenyan had opened up a lead of around a minute by 30km and kept on extending her advantage over the remainder of the race. “I was confident I could win because I knew the course after finishing second here last year,” said the quietly-spoken Kitur. 2014 and 2015 champion Dinknesh Mekash started to struggle just before halfway and finished a disappointing fifth.

Mumbai Marathon is one of the largest sporting events in Asia and India’s biggest platform for charity. There were four other associated races with an estimated 42,000 runners taking to the streets of Mumbai.

marathon
Men
1 Alphonce SIMBU TAN 2:09:32
2 Joshua KIPKORIR KEN 2:09:50
3 Eliud BARNGETUNY KEN 2:10:39
4 Jacob CHESARI KEN 2:11:36
5 Bonsa DIDA ETH 2:11:55
6 Samuel MWANKI ETH 2:12:26
7 Seboka DIBABA KEN 2:12:37
8 Levy MATEBO KEN 2:13:05
9 Alex SAEKWO KEN 2:13:16
10 Alfoncee KIGEN KEN 2:13:42
Women
1 Bornes KITUR KEN 2:29:02
2 Chaltu TAFA ETH 2:33:03
3 Tigist GIRMA ETH 2:33:19
4 Magdalena SHAURI TAN 2:34:51
5 Dinknesh MEKASH ETH 2:36:44
6 Chaltu CHIMDESA ETH 2:36:45
7 Derbe GODANA ETH 2:39:40
8 Mesirak DEBILU ETH 2:46:30
9 Jyoti GAWTE IND 2:50:53
10 Niluka RAJASEKARA SRI 3:05:31
Half marathon
Men
1 G LAKSHMANAN IND 1:05:05
2 Sachin PATIL IND 1:06:22
3 Deepak KUMBHAR IND 1:06:28
Women
1 Monika ATHARE IND 1:19:11
2 Minakshi PATIL IND 1:20:53
3 Anuradha SINGH IND 1:25:20

Siberian Ice Half Marathon, Russia

Sat 7 January 2017

54.9901 73.3617
Half marathon
Men
1 Sergey PETROV RUS 1:08:16
2 Maksim KARAMASHEV RUS 1:09:32
3 Vadim ULIZHOV RUS 1:09:40
4 Vasily MINAEV RUS 1:11:36
5 Dmitriy ORLIK RUS 1:17:19
6 Yuriy TARASOV RUS 1:17:47
7 Denis FILIPPOV RUS 1:18:26
8 Aleksey PREOBRAZHENSKIY RUS 1:18:51
9 Aleksandr ZAPRUDSKIY RUS 1:19:01
10 Stanislav GORDENKO RUS 1:21:23
Women
1 Natalia TARASOVA RUS 1:22:06
2 Marina KOVALYOVA RUS 1:28:00
3 Asel SOGNAYEVA RUS 1:28:52
4 Natalia DZHOLI RUS 1:30:12
5 Maria REZNICHENKO RUS 1:32:59
6 Galina BEREZINA RUS 1:38:52
7 Marina KONDRATYUK RUS 1:42:06
8 Yana ROMANOVA RUS 1:42:09
9 Alisa DERYAGINA RUS 1:42:30
10 Irina KRASKOVA RUS 1:42:51

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