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Latest 2023 Boston Marathon results; Evans Chebet and Hellen Obiri are the winners

Top 30 results from the 2023 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 17 with Evans Chebet and Hellen Obiri winning in the men's and women's contests.

Boston Marathon 2023 winner is Hellen Obiri in 2:21:38
Boston Marathon 2023 winner is Hellen Obiri in 2:21:38

BOSTON, Mass. (April 17) – The World Athletics Platinum Label road race saw impressive wins from Evans Chebet and Hellen Obiri in the men’s and women’s contests, respectively, at the 2023 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 17. The Kenyan duo dominated the marathon, with Chebet defending his men’s title, while Obiri made her mark in only her second marathon. Below you will find the top results from the race.

Chebet, who was also the champion in New York last November, successfully retained his men’s title with a time of 2:05:47. He was followed by Gabriel Geay, the Tanzanian record-holder, who took second place with a time of 2:06:04, and Kenyan Benson Kipruto, who came in third with a time of 2:06:06. Albert Korir finished fourth with a time of 2:08:01, and Morocco’s Zouhair Talbi rounded up the top five with a time of 2:08:35.

Two-time Olympic Marathon champion and world record holder Eliud Kipchoge, entered the race as the favorite, but came in sixth place, well off his record time of 2:01:09, –finishing Monday morning’s race in a time of 2:09:23. Read more: Evans Chebet and Helen Obiri are the 2023 Boston Marathon champions

In the women’s contest, Obiri clocked a time of 2:21:38, claiming the top spot in only her second marathon and posting a personal best. Ethiopian record-holder Amane Beriso came in second with a time of 2:21:50, followed by Kenyan-Israeli runner and Tokyo 2020 marathon champion Lonah Salpeter in third place with a time of 2:21:57.

The top American finisher was Emma Bates, who finished in fifth place with a time of 2:22:10.

The 2023 Boston Marathon Results

Top Men Finishers:

  1. Evans Chebet (Kenya) – 2:05:54
  2. Gabriel Gerald Geay (Tanzania) – 2:06:04
  3. Benson Kipruto (Kenya) – 2:06:06
  4. Albert Korir (Kenya) – 2:08:01
  5. Zouhair Talbi (Morocco) – 2:08:35
  6. Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) – 2:09:23
  7. Scott Fauble (USA) – 2:09:44
  8. Hassan Chahdi (France) – 2:09:46
  9. John Korir (Kenya) – 2:10:04
  10. Matt McDonald (USA) – 2:10:17
  11. Conner Mantz (USA) – 2:10:25
  12. CJ Albertson (USA) – 2:10:33
  13. Nico Montanez (USA) – 2:10:52
  14. Shura Kitata (Ethiopia) – 2:11:26
  15. Andualem Belay Shiferaw (Ethiopia) – 2:11:50
  16. Hendrik Pfeiffer (Germany) – 2:12:22
  17. JP Flavin (USA) – 2:13:27
  18. Turner Wiley (USA) – 2:13:57
  19. Isaac Mpofu (Zimbabwe) – 2:14:08
  20. Chad Hall (USA) – 2:14:13
  21. Colin Mickow (USA) – 2:14:27
  22. Mark Korir (Kenya) – 2:14:37
  23. Ben True (USA) – 2:16:06
  24. Connor Weaver (USA) – 2:16:25
  25. Jonas Hampton (USA) – 2:17:05
  26. Ian Butler (USA) – 2:17:55
  27. Eddie Mulder (USA) – 2:18:04
  28. Joseph Whelan (USA) – 2:18:23
  29. Zachary Ornelas (USA) – 2:20:08
  30. Samuel Chelanga (USA) – 2:20:20

Top Women Finishers:

  1. Hellen Obiri (Kenya) – 2:21:38
  2. Amane Beriso Shankule (Ethiopia) – 2:21:50
  3. Lonah Chemtai Salpeter (Israel) – 2:21:57
  4. Ababel Yeshaneh (Ethiopia) – 2:22:00
  5. Emma Bates (USA) – 2:22:10
  6. Nazret Weldu (Eritrea) – 2:23:25
  7. Angela Tanui (Kenya) – 2:24:12
  8. Hiwot Gebrekidan (Ethiopia) – 2:24:30
  9. Mary Wacera Ngugi (Kenya) – 2:24:33
  10. Gotytom Gebreslase (Ethiopia) – 2:24:34
  11. Aliphine Chepkerker Tuliamuk (USA) – 2:24:37
  12. Joyciline Jepkosgei (Kenya) – 2:24:44
  13. Violah Cheptoo (Kenya) – 2:24:49
  14. Nell Rojas (USA) – 2:24:51
  15. Nienke Brinkman (Netherlands) – 2:24:58
  16. Celestine Chepchirchir (Kenya) – 2:25:07
  17. Sara Hall (USA) – 2:25:48
  18. Desiree Linden (USA) – 2:27:18
  19. Vibian Chepkurui (Kenya) – 2:28:12
  20. Annie Frisbie (USA) – 2:28:45
  21. Atsede Bayisa (Ethiopia) – 2:30:14
  22. Sydney Devore (USA) – 2:31:08
  23. Maggie Montoya (USA) – 2:31:19
  24. Anne-Marie Blaney (USA) – 2:31:32
  25. Maegan Krifchin (USA) – 2:32:46
  26. Dakotah Lindwurm (USA) – 2:33:53
  27. Erika Kemp (USA) – 2:33:57
  28. Savannah Berry (USA) – 2:34:30
  29. Laura Thweatt (USA) – 2:34:35
  30. Edna Ngeringwony Kiplagat (Kenya) – 2:34:40

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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.

2 thoughts on “Latest 2023 Boston Marathon results; Evans Chebet and Hellen Obiri are the winners”

  1. Lonah Salpeter was the 2020 Tokyo marathon champion, but not the Olympic champion; Peres Jepchirchir won the Olympics.

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