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Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019 Race Results

by On Dec 1, 2019

Singapore’s best crowned as Soh Rui Yong nails a hat-trick while Sharon Tan takes home a maiden title.

Singapore Marathon 2019 Race Results

More than 50,000 runners from 133 countries were registered to participate in over three days of racing at the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019, beginning with the Kids Dash on Friday evening and followed by the featured Half Marathon and Marathon on Saturday night.

Kenyan Joshua Kipkorir was the quickest person to complete the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019 on 30 November at The Float @ Marina Bay with a time of 2:19:13.

The defending champion led the race from start to finish, making him the second person to defend his title in the region’s only IAAF Gold Label race.

Priscah Cherono made it a double for Kenya as she shattered the course record for the elite women’s category with a time of 2:28:53. Her win bettered Salina Kosgei’s 13-year time by almost three minutes. 

In the local categories, defending champion Soh Rui Yong made it a hat trick as he was crowned men’s local champion for a third time with a finishing time of 2:45:52. 

Singapore Marathon 2019 Race Results
Soh Rui Yong (SG), Top Singapore Male Winner at 2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon. Photo Credit: SCSM 2019

For the local women's marathon category, Sharon Tan won her maiden race with a time of 3:12:52. Tan breaks a two-year run of compatriot Rachel See underlining the highly competitive field of elite women marathoners in Singapore.

Sharon Tan (SG), Top Singapore Female Winner at 2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon. Photo Credit: SCSM 2019

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon Top Five Results

Top 5 Elite Men

1Joshua KipkorirKenya02.19.13
2Munyo Solomon MutaiUganda02.19.47
3Benson SeureiBahrain02.20.25
4Philip LagatKenya02.20.37
5Berselius KipyegoKenya02.22.12

Top 5 Elite Women

1Priscah Jepleting CheronoKenya02.28.53
2Stellah Jepng’Etich BarsosioKenya02.30.19
3Alemnesh GutaAustralia02.37.04
4Mamitu SaskaEthiopia02.37.18
5Haruka YamaguchiJapan02.37.28

Top 5 Elite Wheelchair Men

1Kota HokonuieJapan01.36.32
2Sho WantanabeJapan01.36.29
3Jake LappinAustralia01.40.04
4Rafael Botello JimenezSpain01.40.04
5Simon LawsonGreat Britain01.40.59

Top 5 Elite Wheelchair Women

1Madison De RozarioAustralia01.49.56
2Shelly WoodsGreat Britain01.50.01
3Sandra GrafSwitzerland01.50.31
4Vanessa Cristina De SouzaBrazil01.51.24
5Eliza ConnelAustralia01.54.09

Top 5 Singaporean Men

1Soh Rui YongSingapore02.45.52
2Iskandar MohammedSingapore02.50.57
3Daniel LeowSingapore02.51.50
4Melvin WongSingapore02.54.51
5Burton HeSingapore02.55.00

Top 5 Singaporean Women

1Sharon TanSingapore03.12.52
2Jasmine GohSingapore03.17.56
3Siew Lu ChngSingapore03.32.27
4Soo Eng TanSingapore03.32.51
5Yvonne Elizabeth CheeSingapore03.33.12

Check Your Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019 Race Results

Throughout race weekend, runners were cheered forwards by an enthusiastic crowd that is estimated to more than 150,000 strong - the largest to date.

Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019 Race Results
Runners participating in Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon’s first evening race.

How was your race experience at the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2019? Will you be joining the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2020?

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