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The Amsterdam Marathon (branded TCS Amsterdam Marathon for sponsorship reasons) is an annual marathon (42.195 km) in Amsterdam in the Netherlands since 1975.
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Hisayuki Okawa

Hisayuki Okawa is a retired male long-distance runner from Japan, who won the 1995 edition of Amsterdam Marathon, clocking 2:14:00 on September 24, 1995.

Nicholas Chelimo

The typically fast Amsterdam Marathon saw Chelimo pitted against top competition.

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Olga Glok

She placed ninth at the high-profile 2010 Amsterdam Marathon and was runner-up to Rasa Drazdauskaite at the Athens Classic Marathon (setting a season's best of 2:33:51 hours).

Gilbert Kirwa

In 2011 he ran at the Amsterdam Marathon, but slowed significantly in the second half, finishing in a time of 2:14:29 hours.

Paul Biwott

Biwott's personal best time is 2:07:02 hours, achieved when he finished third in the 2009 Amsterdam Marathon.

Thomas Osano

He made his second outing in the marathon in Amsterdam that November, but his run of 2:23:31 hours was even slower than his last.

Diana Sigei Chepkemoi

She finished fourth in the Amsterdam Marathon and fifth in the Boston Marathon on a very hot day.

Isabella Ochichi

A debut over the marathon distance followed that October and she managed to take fifth place at the high profile Amsterdam Marathon, setting her personal best at 2:31:38 hours.

Joyce Chepkirui

Chepkirui won both New York Road Runners 10 km in May 2015 and Amsterdam Marathon in 2:24:10 in October 2015.

Robert Garside

Robert Garside
Koeppel also found that contrary to prior claims, Garside indeed had a prior record as a runner and in particular as a sub-3 hour marathon runner, including three well-known marathons where he had "done well" in 1994 with times of 3.01 (London Marathon), 2.48 (Brussels Marathon) and 3.10 (Amsterdam Marathon) respectively; Garside's comment on his televised demonstration (ended at 72 miles of 130) was that mentally and emotionally, "running in circles" round a track - which he had not done before - had not been at all like long distance cross-country running, and was "demoraliz[ing]"; Ian Champion softened his opinion on the matter as a result, commenting that it could indeed have been "situational".