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Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 Race Results Released

by On Aug 29, 2017

On Sunday, 27 August 2017, more than 9,000 participants gathered at Bali Marine & Safari Park Gianyar for the Maybank Bali Marathon 2017.

Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 Race Results Released

Maybank Bali Marathon (MBM) 2017 concluded successfully with new routes that showcase the beauty of Bali villages. The new routes brought runners past through Gianyar and Klungkung.

In the Full Marathon Open Male category, Henry Kiprotich from Kenya, who wore bib number 2235, crossed the finish line with 2:19:17 and was proclaimed the champion of this year’s Maybank Bali Marathon. Henry Kiprotich proudly accepted the prize of IDR 189 million from President Director of Maybank, Taswin Zakaria.

The Full Marathon Open Female category saw Rumokol Chepkanan from Kenya as the winner with 2:38:38. Meanwhile, the Full Marathon National categories are won by Wiryawan Jaya Subangkit in the Male category with 2:41:53 and Meri Mariana Paijo in the Female category with 3:01:54.

Over 9,000 runners from 44 countries, including Indonesia, participated in Maybank Bali Marathon this year, with the majority of the runners from Indonesia. The number of participants increased by 20% compared to last year, making MBM 2017 one of the international sports events that grow consistently.

The full list of Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 is as follows.

Full Marathon Open Category Man

  1. Kenya - Henry Kiprotich (02:19:17)
  2. Kenya - Cosmas Matolo (02:19:22)
  3. Kenya - Kennedy Lilan (02:19:31)

Full Marathon Open Category Woman

  1. Kenya - Rumokol Chepkanan (02:38:38)
  2. Kenya - Edinah Jeruto (02:47:27)
  3. Kenya - Gladys Jepkechei Tarus (02:53:10)

Full Marathon Indonesian Category Man

  1. Wiryawan Jaya Subangkit (02:41:53)
  2. Hamdan Syafril Sayuti (02:42:19)
  3. Saiin Alim (02:43:04)
  4. Eldak Kafolamau Kafolam (02:44:23)
  5. Rudi Febriade (02:47:00)

Full Marathon Indonesian Category Woman

  1. Meri Mariana Paijo (03:01:54)
  2. Yulianingsih Yulianingsih (03:04:08)
  3. Odekta Vina (03:07:48)
  4. Irma Handayani (03:08:54)
  5. Juni Ramayani (03:23:19)
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Half Marathon (21 K) Open Category Man<

  1. Kenya - Barnaba Sigei (01:04:37)
  2. Kenya - Joseph Mwangi Ngare (01:04:53)
  3. Ethiopia - Tariku Demelesh (01:05:43)

Half Marathon (21 K) Open Category Woman

  1. Kenya - Peninah Jepkoech Kigen (01:17:13)
  2. Kenya - Margaret Njuguna (01:17:44)
  3. Kenya - Shieys Chepkosgei (01:20:22)

Half Marathon (21 K) National Category Man

  1. Jauhari Jauhan (01:14:40)
  2. Imam Mahdin (01:16:40)
  3. Octovianus Erwin Beke (01:17:31)
  4. Dasmin Dasmin (01:17:43)
  5. Andy Wibowo (01:21:43)

Half Marathon (21 K) National Category Woman

  1. Afriana Paijo (01:23:24)
  2. Adriana Waru (01:24:21)
  3. Eva Desiana (01:33:15)
  4. Ratna Susanti (01:36:15)
  5. Darwati Hadiwinata (01:36:34)

10 K Open Category Man

  1. Kenya - Stephen Mungathia Nkubitu (00:31:39)
  2. Kenya - John Kipkorir Rutto (00:31:56)
  3. Kenya - James Gikunga Karanja (00:32:43)

10 K Open Category Woman

  1. Kenya - Rosemary Mumo Katua (00:33:38)
  2. Kenya - Cynthia Chelangat Towett (00:37:09)
  3. Indonesia - Bayu Trianata Sari (00:40:06)

10 K Indonesian Category Man

  1. Ridwan Ridwan (00:34:35)
  2. Frederik Pattiasina (00:35:24)
  3. Samgar Kamlasi (00:36:10)
  4. Suwandi (00:36:18)
  5. Sugeng Sutrisno (00:37:41)

10 K Indonesian Category Woman

  1. Bayu Trianata Sari (00:40:06)
  2. Novita Andriyani (00:42:59)
  3. Vera Febrianti (00:43:20)
  4. Abigail Setiadi (00:44:19)
  5. Mutia Proborini (00:44:43)
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