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Tokyo Marathon 2018 Race Results: The Day We Unite

by On Feb 25, 2018

The Tokyo Marathon is held every year centered on the theme “The Day We Unite" since 2004.

Tokyo Marathon 2018 Race Results: The Day We Unite

The Tokyo Marathon 2018 was held today on Sunday, 25 February 2018 from 9:05 a.m. till 16:10 p.m. starting at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. The maximum number of participants allowed were 35,500 for the marathon race and 500 for the 10km race, however the total number of general entry applicants for the race was (Marathon, 10km) 320,794 applicants. This year has seen the highest number of applications in the marathon category.

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The race results provided are preliminary and remains unofficial until confirmed. You can search your result either by bib number or by full name.

Top 5 Finishers for the Tokyo Marathon 2018 (preliminary)

Marathon Women

  • 1st - Birhane DIBABA, 2:19:51
  • 2nd - Ruti AGA, 2:21:19
  • 3rd - Amy CRAGG, 2:21:42
  • 4th - Gideon KIPKETER, 2:06:47
  • 5th - Hiroto INOUE, 2:06:54

Marathon Men

  • 1st - Dickson CHUMBA, 2:05:30
  • 2nd - Yuta SHITARA, 2:06:11
  • 3rd - Amos KIPRUTO, 2:06:33
  • 4th - Shure DEMISE, 2:22:07
  • 5th - Helah KIPROP, 2:28:58

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The Tokyo Marathon 2019 will be held on the first Sunday in March.

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