OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Race Results

by On Jun 2, 2019

Local runners Sharon Tan and Soh Ruiyong clinched the titles for the marathon and half marathon categories respectively.

OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Race Results

The 12th edition of the the OSIM Sundown Marathon Singapore saw close to 25,000 participants enjoying a cool run under the stars as the race took them through some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks.

Flagging off at the F1 Pit Building, Hillary Kipkering (Kenya) cliched the Marathon Men’s title with a timing of 02:49:33; while Singapore’s very own Sharon Tan clocked a timing of 03:23:16 to finish as the first in the women’s category.

OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Race Results

OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Full Marathon Male Winner Hillary Kipkering.

The Half Marathon saw the return of familiar local faces such as Soh Ruiyong and Rachel See. With a winning time of 01:11:47, Soh clinched the first place for the Men’s category while Maki Inami (Japan) took the women’s category at 01:22:19.

OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Race Results

OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 Full Marathon Female Winner Sharon Tan.

Results of OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019

Full Marathon Men’s Category

  • Hillary Kipkering 02:49:33
  • Lee Wai Kin 03:03:55
  • Jinchao Qu 03:04:45

Full Marathon Women’s Category

  • Sharon Tan 03:23:16
  • Jade Chow 03:29:01
  • Naum Jepkosgei 03:29:01

Half Marathon Men’s Category

  • Soh Ruiyong 01:11:47
  • Kiptanui Rodgers 01:12:30
  • Matthew Smith 01:18:51

Half Marathon Women’s Category

  • Maki Inami 01:22:19
  • Mok Ying Rong 01:24:32
  • Rachel See 01:31:39

For full results, visit the OSIM Sundown Marathon 2019 event page.

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