The Stanley Marathon is a marathon race in Stanley, Falkland Islands.[1] It is the southernmost AIMS-certified marathon in the world.[2] Run annually since 2005, and internationally accredited since 2006,[3] it is considered difficult due to variable weather[4] and strong prevailing winds.[5]

Stanley Marathon
DateMarch
LocationStanley,  Falkland Islands
Event typeRoad
DistanceMarathon
Primary sponsorStandard Chartered
Established2005
Official siteStanley Marathon

Past winnersEdit

Key:   Course record

Edition Year Men's Winner Time
(h:m:s)
Women's Winner Time
(h:m:s)
1st 2005   Hugh Marsden (FLK) 3:07:30   Kelly Angus (GBR) 3:34:29
2nd 2006   Hugh Marsden (FLK) 3:04:16   Katherine Badham (GBR) 3:28:32
3rd 2007   Hugh Marsden (FLK) 3:05:22   Lisa Turner (GBR) 3:50:25
4th 2008   Simon Almond (GBR) 2:55:46   Amy Cruickshank (GBR) 3:44:48
5th 2009   Lee Pattison (GBR) 2:55:51   Andrea Mastrovincenzo (ARG) 3:12:29
6th 2010   Steven Frear (GBR) 2:43:05   Teslyn Barkman (FLK) 4:08:33
7th 2011   Manuel Méndez (ARG) 3:03:13   Kate Burston (GBR) 4:09:59
8th 2012   Robert Harden (GBR) 2:52:39   Claudia Camargo (ARG) 3:12:13
9th 2013   Andrew Van Kints (GBR) 2:51:43   Dawn Teed (GBR) 3:50:24
10th 2014   Timothy Drew (GBR) 2:54:39   Teslyn Barkman (FLK) 3:34:40
11th 2015   Timothy Drew (GBR) 2:35:39   Carrie-Ann Ward (GBR) 3:39:54
12th 2016   Eduardo Lencina (ARG) 2:35:34   Penny Grayson (GBR) 3:47:22
13th 2017   Pedro Luis Gómez (ARG) 2:31:46   Valerie Spickerman (ARG) 3:33:50
14th 2018   Facundo Reales (ARG) 2:42:57   Natalie Bown (GBR) 3:33:47
15th 2019   Iain Bailey (GBR) 2:42:35   Georgia Ball (GBR) n/a

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Former Royal Marine to run Falkland Islands marathon on 30th anniversary of conflict", Liverpool Echo, February 27, 2012.
  2. ^ ""Standard Chartered Bank - Stanley Marathon". Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  3. ^ J. Brock, "Hugh Marsden Wins Stanley Marathon", Falkland Islands News Network, March 19, 2006.
  4. ^ Mihira Lakshman, "World’s southern-most marathon a success" Archived 2013-01-15 at Archive.today, Canadian Running Magazine, March 20, 2010.
  5. ^ ""The Windiest Marathon on Earth"". Archived from the original on 7 June 2012. Retrieved 17 May 2012.

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