21K Buenos Aires

The Buenos Aires Half Marathon (official name: 21k Buenos Aires), is an annual road running competition over the half marathon distance 21.0975 kilometres (13.1094 mi) which takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina in September. The route starts and ends in City Park and winds through the city center.

21K Buenos Aires
DateSeptember
LocationBuenos Aires, Argentina Argentina
Event typeRoad
DistanceHalf marathon
Established1989
OrganizerAsociación Ñandú
Course recordsMen's: 59:05 (2019)
Kenya Bedan Karoki
Women's: 1:07:44 (2019)
Ethiopia Ababel Yeshaneh
Official site21K Buenos Aires
Participants7,413 finishers (2021)

The 2011 edition of the race hosted the South American Marathon Championships. The race has also hosted the national championships for Argentina, four times for men (1997, 2001, 2015, 2017) and four times for women (1997, 1999, 2001, 2015). The course records are held by Brazilian Marílson Gomes dos Santos (1:01:13) and home athlete Florencia Borelli (1:11:58).

Past winnersEdit

Key:   Course record

Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
1989   Ricardo Castro (ARG) 1:04:22   Ana María Nielsen (ARG) 1:17:38
1990   Leonardo Malgor (ARG) 1:06:10   Adriana Calvo (ARG) 1:20:23
1991   Juan Pablo Juárez (ARG) 1:03:49   Ana María Nielsen (ARG) 1:17:29
1992   Leonardo Malgor (ARG) 1:04:11   Elisa Cobañea (ARG) 1:15:14
1993   Juan Pablo Juárez (ARG) 1:03:15   Silvana Pereira (BRA) 1:13:39
1994   Ronaldo da Costa (BRA) 1:01:05   Solange de Souza (BRA) 1:12:21
1995   André Luiz Ramos (BRA) 1:02:03   Elisa Cobañea (ARG) 1:14:30
1996   Emerson Iser-Bem (BRA) 1:03:26   Elisa Cobañea (ARG) 1:14:35
1997   Luiz Carlos da Silva (BRA) 1:04:03   Maria das Gracas (BRA) 1:16:30
1998   Luis Santos Ramos (BRA) 1:05:01   Lelys Salazar (ARG) 1:18:12
1999   Rómulo W. da Silva (BRA) 1:06:01   Mónica Cervera (ARG) 1:17:39
2000   Patrick Boiyo (KEN) 1:04:57   Cleusa M. Irineu (BRA) 1:17:14
2001   Angus Cheptot (KEN) 1:04:42   Ramilya Burangulova (RUS) 1:12:59
2002   Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:40   Érika Olivera (CHI) 1:14:51
2003   José Luis Luna (ARG) 1:06:46   Elisa Cobañea (ARG) 1:17:10
2004   Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:09   Elisabete Ferreira Cruz (BRA) 1:19:17
2005   Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:30   Sandra Torres (ARG) 1:15:45
2006   Oscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:57   Carina Allay (ARG) 1:19:05
2007   Adriano Bastos (BRA) 1:06:07   Sandra Torres (ARG) 1:19:52
2008   Adriano Bastos (BRA) 1:05:48   Rosa Godoy (ARG) 1:16:08
2009   Sergio Hoffman (ARG) 1:10:35   Sandra Córdoba (ARG) 1:17:54
2010   Jorge Luis Mérida (ARG) 1:04:48   Rosa Godoy (ARG) 1:15:16
2011   Marílson Gomes (BRA) 1:01:13   Adriana Aparecida (BRA) 1:13:16
2012   Elijah Keitany (KEN) 1:02:30   Shewarge Amare (ETH) 1:13:46
2013   Kiplimo Kimutai (KEN) 1:02:57   Alice Chelangat (KEN) 1:13:20
2014   Matías Roht (ARG) 1:03:48   Sandra Amarillo (ARG) 1:16:51
2015   Matías Roht (ARG) 1:04:12   Rosa Godoy (ARG) 1:15:30
2016   Diego Elizondo (ARG) 1:04:39   Florencia Borelli (ARG) 1:14:19
2017   Paul Lonyangata (KEN) 1:01:28   Florencia Borelli (ARG) 1:11:58
2018   Mosinet Geremew (ETH) 59:48   Vivian Jeronoi (KEN) 1:09:08
2019   Bedan Karoki (KEN) 59:05   Ababel Yeshaneh (ETH) 1:07:44
2021   Fabián Manrique (ARG) 1:04:42   Agustina Landers (ARG) 1:17:22

ReferencesEdit

List of winners

External linksEdit