Amsterdam Marathon

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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.wikipedia
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Agnes Hijman

She lives in Mijdrecht, and previously won the title in the Amsterdam Marathon, on 24 September 1995 in 2:48:57.

Julia Mumbi Muraga

She continued focusing on the marathon, coming eighth at the Tokyo Marathon and seventh in the Amsterdam Marathon in 2010.

Nicholas Chelimo

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

Accra Milo Marathon

Winners of this event are usually sent to compete in the Amsterdam Marathon.

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.

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.

Bekana Daba

He ran at the 2010 Amsterdam Marathon and finished in twelfth with a time of 2:14:40.

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.

2013 in the Netherlands

October 20, Wilson Chebet wins the Amsterdam Marathon for the 2nd time in a row.