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Berlin Marathon 2021 results: Adola wins, Bekele finished third

Results from the 2021 BMW Berlin Marathon. Guye Adola and Gotytom Gebreslase won the men’s and women’s titles. Kenenisa Bekele was third.

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Gotytom Gebreslase of Ethiopia wins Berlin Marathon

BERLIN, Germany — Here are the top results from the men’s and women’s races at the 2021 BMW Berlin Marathon. Guye Adola and Gotytom Gebreslase of Ethiopia won the men’s and women’s titles, while Kenenisa Bekele was third in the men’s race.

This event is part of the World Athletics platinum label road races, which took place in the German capital on Sunday, September 26.

Gebreslase, in her debut marathon, won the women’s race in two hours, twenty minutes, 09 seconds, with Ethiopian compatriot Hiwot Gebrekidan getting second in 02:21:23, and third place going to another Ethiopian, Helen Tola in 2:23:05.

READ MORE: Top results, report from the 2021 BMW Berlin Marathon

On the men’s side, Adola ran two hours, five minutes, 45 seconds for the victory, with Kenya’s Bethwel Yegon running a time of 2:06:14 for second place and Bekele, a two-time BMW Berlin Marathon winner in the 2016 and 2019 getting third in 2:06:47.

Top results men marathon

1. Adola, Guye (ETH) – 2:05:45
2. Yegon, Bethwel (KEN) – 2:06:14
3. Bekele, Kenenisa (ETH) – 2:06:47
4. Abate, Tadu (ETH) – 2:08:24
5. Muteti, Cosmas (KEN) – 2:08:45
6. Kacheran, Philemon (KEN) – 2:09:29
7. Tsegay, Okbay (ERI) – 2:10:38
8. Kimeli, Bernard (KEN) – 2:10:50
9. Hijikata, Hidekazu (JPN) – 2:11:47
10. Kipkemboi, Hosea (KEN) – 2:12:25
11. Legese, Demiso (ETH) – 2:12:35
12. Getahun, Yimer (ISR) – 2:13:23
13. Welday, Haftom (ERI) – 2:13:47
14. Muramoto, Kazuki (JPN) – 2:14:11
15. Fujimoto, Taku (JPN) – 2:14:18
16. Pflieger, Philipp (GER) – 2:15:01
17. Jamber, Melkan (ISR) – 2:16:13
18. Ebrahim, Abdulaziz (NOR) – 2:17:17
19. Dambadarjaa, Gantulga (MNE) – 2:18:28
20. Lehmann, Adrian (GER) – 2:18:50

Top results women marathon

1. Gebreslase, Gotytom (ETH) – 2:20:09
2. Gebrekidan, Hiwot (ETH) – 2:21:23
3. Tola, Helen (ETH) – 2:23:05
4. Chelimo, Edith (KEN) – 2:24:33
5. Demise, Shure (ETH) – 2:24:43
6. Chemutai, Fancy (KEN) – 2:24:58
7. Paszkiewicz, Izabela (POL) – 2:27:41
8. Chebitok, Ruth (KEN) – 2:28:18
9. Schöneborn, Rabea (GER) – 2:28:49
10. Strähl, Martina (SUI) – 2:30:37
11. Szabó, Nóra (HUN) – 2:31:08
12. Lindholm, Hanna (SWE) – 2:33:23
13. Vandenbussche, Hanna (BEL) – 2:34:44
14. Wågan, Maria (NOR) – 2:35:34
15. Akeno, Martha (KEN) 2:37:41
16. Legault, Elissa (CAN) – 2:38:08
17. Flanagan, Shalane (USA) – 2:38:32
18. Lavender, Alison (GBR) – 2:38:34
19. Morchner, Sandra (GER) – 2:39:36
20. Lynch, Grace (IRL) – 2:40:06

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Glen Andrews is one of World-Track main writers for long distance and marathon running. Andrews, who competed in cross country during his High School and college years finds passion covering these events. He's also run a few marathons in his time, and still hopes to qualify for Boston.

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