11.-13. September 2020
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Tallinn Marathon 2020

Experience the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe by joining more than 21 000 participants from 65 different countries in Tallinn!

 

Choose your distance and join Estonia's largest running event:
42 km | 21 km | 10 km | 5 km

 

Updated programme for 2020:
11th September - Nike Youth Race 5km
12th September - Half-Marathon and 10 km Race
13th September - Marathon and Kids' Races

 

Registration is now open!

 

Cheapest entry fees are valid until 31.12.19!

 

This year’s Tallinna Marathon was the long-distance running event with highest level that is ever held in Estonia.

 

Race records were set in women’s marathon and men’s and women’s half-marathon.

The six best men on the marathon course came from Kenya. From men, the first place went to Josphat Letinga, time 2:12.42, second to Bernard Cheruiyot Sang, time 2:13.47, and third to Joseph Kyengo Munywoki, time 2:14.09. The fourth place in the highly competitive event went to Bernard Kitur (2:14.39), fifth to Moses Mbugua Gaikariga (2:15.57) and sixth to Magut Robert Kimaru (2:20.18). Never before have the first five Tallinna Maraton finishers finished under 2 hours and 16 minutes. The Estonian marathon champion title went to Raido Mitt who made his marathon debut with time 2 hours 26 minutes and 52 seconds. Estonian championships silver went to Raivo Alla (2:27.11) and bronze to Rauno Jallai (2:30.19).

 

 

The first three places in women’s marathon also went to Kenya. Pamela Rotich won with the new Tallinna Maraton record 2 hours 32 minutes and 16 seconds. Only nine seconds later Rebecca Korir took the second place (2:32.25). Ruth Matebo came in third (2:38.26). Estonian marathon champion among women is Marion Tibar with 2:50.08. The silver went to Anu Piiroja (2:57.56) and bronze to Irina Biziaeva (3:03.53). 

 

True world-class show was put on at the half-marathon course. Evans Cheruiyot from Kenya won with the new half-marathon record in Tallinn at 1 hour and 29 seconds. The second place went to Maru Teferi from Israel with a high-level result of 1:00.52 and the third place went to Olivier Irabarute from Burundi with 1:02.12. The entire top three was faster than the Sügisjooks half-marathon record set by Pavel Loskutov in 2000, which was 1:03.23. The winner’s result ranks on the hi...