Richard Ringer of Germany wins 2022 European Athletics Championships men's marathon
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The following are the full 2022 European Athletics Championships men’s marathon results and the team scores on Day 1 here in Munich on Monday (15). Richard Ringer of Germany crossed the finish line at 2 hours, 10 minutes and 21 seconds to win the historic gold medal in front of his home supporters.

Ringer, the 5000m bronze medalist at the 2016 European Athletics Championships, used a late surge to strike gold for the host nation in dramatic fashion in Bavaria, cheered on by a large crowd that came out on the streets to energize the athletes. Please read our full race report here.

Maru Teferi who made a late decisive move to shake up his challengers eventually ran out of stamina and the Israeli had to settle for the silver medal in 2:10:23, while his countryman Gashau Ayale secured the bronze medal with a time of 2:10:29 in what has been described as the closest ever European Championships marathon winning margin.

What were the 2022 European Athletics Championships men’s marathon team scores?

MEN – 
[Championships record 2:09:51, Koen NAERT (BEL), Berlin, 12-Aug-2018]
Teams (European Cup/score three athletes on total time):
 1. Israel, 6:31:48
 2. Germany, 6:35:52
 3. Spain, 6:38:44
 4. France, 6:39:08
 5. Italy, 6:45:51
 6. Estonia, 6:50:11
 7. Great Britain & Northern Ireland, 6:51:14
 8. Sweden, 6:51:47
 9. Portugal, 6:55:08
10. Poland, 6:58:43

2022 European Athletics Championships men’s marathon results

Individual Finishers: 
 1. Richard RINGER, GER, 27 FEB 1989, 2:10:21 Gold
   [1:05:18 / 1:05:03]
 2. Maru TEFERI, ISR, 17 AUG 1992, 2:10:23 Silver
 3. Gashau AYALE, ISR, 22 AUG 1996, 2:10:29 Bronze
 4. Amanal PETROS, GER, 17 MAY 1995, 2:10:39
 5. Nicolas NAVARRO, FRA, 12 MAR 1991, 2:10:41 
 6. Ayad LAMDASSEM, ESP, 11 OCT 1981, 2:10:52
 7. Yimer GETAHUN, ISR, 28 JUN 1992, 2:10:56
 8. Koen NAERT, BEL, 3 SEP 1989, 2:11:28
 9. Girmaw AMARE, ISR, 26 OCT 1987, 2:11:32
10. Michael GRAS, FRA, 15 SEP 1991, 2:12:39
11. Tiidrek NURME, EST, 18 NOV 1985, 2:12:46 
12. Jorge BLANCO, ESP, 15 JUL 1993, 2:13:18
13. Daniele MEUCCI, ITA, 7 OCT 1985, 2:14:22 
14. Daniel MATEO, ESP, 31 AUG 1989, 2:14:34 
15. Yago ROJO, ESP, 23 MAR 1995, 2:14:41
16. Johannes MOTSCHMANN, GER, 3 AUG 1994, 2:14:52
17. Philip SESEMANN, GBR, 3 OCT 1992, 2:15:17
18. Adam NOWICKI, POL, 24 AUG 1990, 2:15:21
19. Iliass AOUANI, ITA, 29 SEP 1995, 2:15:34
   [1:05:16 / 1:10:18]
20. Rui PINTO, POR, 18 NOV 1992, 2:15:43
21. Benjamin CHOQUERT, FRA, 17 APR 1986, 2:15:48 
22. Rene CUNEAZ, ITA, 14 FEB 1988, 2:15:55
23. Adrian LEHMANN, SUI, 6 DEC 1989, 2:15:57
24. Hendrik PFEIFFER, GER, 18 MAR 1993, 2:16:04
25. Konstantin WEDEL, GER, 22 NOV 1993, 2:16:09
26. Omer RAMON, ISR, 3 JUL 1997, 2:16:35 
27. Abdi-Hakin ULAD, DEN, 14 JUN 1991, 2:16:41
28. Jonas LEANDERSSON, SWE, 22 JAN 1990, 2:16:54 
29. Linus ROSDAL, SWE, 11 MAR 1992, 2:17:09
30. Mohamud AADAN, GBR, 1 JAN 1990, 2:17:34 
31. Archie CASTEEL, SWE, 13 AUG 1996, 2:17:44 
32. Kaur KIVISTIK, EST, 29 APR 1991, 2:17:51 
33. Stefano LA ROSA, ITA, 28 SEP 1985, 2:17:57
34. Fabio OLIVEIRA, POR, 30 DEC 1990, 2:18:02
35. Andrew DAVIES, GBR, 30 OCT 1979, 2:18:23
36. Gaspar CSERE, HUN, 12 AUG 1991, 2:18:35
37. Patrik WAGELI, SUI, 1 JAN 1991, 2:18:46
38. Ilie Alexandru CORNESCHI, ROU, 17 JUL 1991, 2:18:59 
39. Weldu Negash GEBRETSADIK, NOR, 12 NOV 1986, 2:18:59
40. Tom HENDRIKSE, NED, 11 AUG 1998, 2:19:21
41. Roman FOSTI, EST, 6 JUN 1983, 2:19:34
42. Ronald SCHROER, NED, 28 SEP 1984, 2:19:40
43. Abdelaziz MERZOUGUI, ESP, 30 AUG 1991, 2:19:47 
44. Andrew HEYES, GBR, 22 JUN 1990, 2:19:47 
45. Mustafa MOHAMED, SWE, 1 MAR 1979, 2:19:52
46. Andreas LOMMER, DEN, 7 NOV 1991, 2:20:34
47. Maxim RAILEANU, MDA, 4 OCT 1994, 2:21:01 
48. Luis SARAIVA, POR, 11 NOV 1993, 2:21:23 
49. Arkadiusz GARDZIELEWSKI, POL, 12 JUN 1986, 2:21:34
50. Simon BOCH, GER, 18 APR 1994, 2:21:39
51. Kamil KARBOWIAK, POL, 2 MAY 1995, 2:21:48
52. Florian CARVALHO DE FONSESCO, FRA, 9 MAR 1989, 2:21:51
53. Vitaliy SHAFAR, UKR, 27 JAN 1982, 2:22:24
54. Ebba Tulu CHALA, SWE, 22 JUN 1996, 2:23:04
55. Hermano FERREIRA, POR, 16 NOV 1982, 2:24:21
56. Ivan SIURIS, MDA, 17 JUN 1991, 2:25:17
57. Ignas BRASEVICIUS, LTU, 21 SEP 1984, 2:25:25
58. Hugh ARMSTRONG, IRL, 20 SEP 1994, 2:25:27
59. Ihor HELETIY, UKR, 17 OCT 1982, 2:26:33
60. Martin Egebjerg OLESEN, DEN, 8 OCT 1995, 2:28:04
61. Primoz KOBE, SLO, 23 MAY 1981, 2:29:23
62. Rune BAEKGAARD, DEN, 15 AUG 1988, 2:31:37
    Julien LYON, SUI, 15 DEC 1989, DNF
    Omer ALKANOGLU, TUR, 26 AUG 1991, DNF
    Soufiane BOUCHIKHI, BEL, 22 MAR 1990, DNF
     [was in 3rd place at half in 1:05:16]
    Jiri HOMOLAC, CZE, 25 FEB 1990, DNF
    Bukayawe MALEDE, ISR, 1 APR 1997, DNF
    Emmanuel ROUDOLFF, FRA, 30 JUL 1995, DNF
    Polat Kemboi ARIKAN, TUR, 12 DEC 1990, DNF
    Luke CALDWELL, GBR, 2 AUG 1991, DNF
    Daniele D’ONOFRIO, ITA, 8 OCT 1993, DNF
    Tachlowini GABRIYESOS, ART, 1 JAN 1998, DNF
    Arttu VATTULAINEN, FIN, 3 DEC 1991, DNF
    Dario IVANOVSKI, MKD, 15 MAY 1997, DNF
    Remigijus KANCYS, LTU, 17 JUL 1987, DNF
    Nicolai SAKE, BEL, 4 JUN 1996, DNF
    Kamil JASTRZEBSKI, POL, 26 AUG 1992, DNF
    Yohan DURAND, FRA, 14 MAY 1985, DNF
    Samuel Tsegay TESFAMARIAM, SWE, 24 FEB 1988, DNF

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