[CASE] Vienna City Marathon

A total of 32,000 runners from about 100 nations had registered for the 39th edition of the Vienna City Marathon, including events at shorter distances. Around 8,000 of them competed in the marathon. The Vienna City Marathon is Austria’s biggest sporting event and a World Athletics Label Road Race.

Bespoken medal features

A marathon finisher deserves the brightest reward. Everyone, who finished the full Vienna City marathon distance, received a gold medal. The participants of other distances received the colour variant silver or bronze. The shape of a star is a symbol for the high ambition and the commitment that is necessary to run a marathon. It also stands for the overwhelming joy that arises once you have crossed the finish line. The marathon medal is refined with a Swarovski crystal. Swarovski is a famous jewellery and accessory brand. The inclusion of a crystal in the medal makes the Vienna City Marathon medal truly unique!

The medal of the Vienna City Marathon stands out in every runners collection!

Results

Vibian Chepkirui defended her title and smashed the course record at the Vienna City Marathon. The Kenyan won with 2:20:59 after a close battle with fellow-Kenyan Ruth Chebitok who finished second in 2:21:03. Sheila Jerotich made it an all-Kenyan podium, taking third place in 2:23:01. Cosmas Muteti won the men’s race with 2:06:53, which is the second fastest time in the history of the Vienna City Marathon. Fellow-Kenyan Leonard Langat was second in 2:06:59 and Eritrea’s Oqbe Kibrom followed in third with 2:07:25. Although there was no course record in the men’s race the wider top results were the best ever in the history of the event. There have never been two results below 2:07 before in Vienna. And seven times sub 2:10 is also a record for Austria’s prime road race.

Jubilee event on 22 and 23 April 2023

Next year the 40th edition of the Vienna City Marathon will take place. On Sunday, 23 April 2023, the marathon, half marathon and BMW relay marathon will be run. On Saturday, 22 April 2023, will once again bet he day of running for children and young people, for inclusion and for all those who want to do something good for themselves and their health over shorter distances.

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