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Who won the NN Rotterdam Marathon 2023? Top 30 finishers

Eunice Chumba and Bashir Abdi won at the NN Rotterdam Marathon 2023 on Sunday (16) with respective times of 2:20:31 and 2:03:47. Top 30 results in this recap.

Eunice Chumba wins the 2023 NN Marathon Rotterdam Women's race
Eunice Chumba wins the 2023 NN Marathon Rotterdam Women's race

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands (April 16) – Eunice Chumba and Bashir Abdi won at the NN Rotterdam Marathon 2023 on Sunday (16). The marathon event, one of Europe’s most prestigious races, and World Athletics Gold Label Road Race, saw Belgium’s Abdi, the world and Olympic bronze medalist in the marathon, pulled away to win the men’s race in a world-leading time of 2:03:47. Olympic seventh place finisher, Chumba of Bahrain won the women’s race with a time of 2:20:31.

Chumba of Bahraini paced away to finish as the women’s champion with an impressive time of 2:20:31, despite just missing her personal best. Dolshi Tesfu of Eritrea finished second with a time of 2:21:35, while another Bahraini athlete, Rose Chelimo, completed the podium with a time of 2:26:21. Read Full Report: Abdi Bashir (2:03:48) and Eunice Chumba (2:20:31) win 2023 NN Marathon Rotterdam

In the men’s race, Abdi clocked a world-leading time to bounce back from last year’s fourth-place finish to claim victory this year and added to the title he won in 2021. The Belgian finished just three seconds ahead of Timothy Kiplagat of Kenya, who ran a personal best of 2:03:50 to take second place. Abdi Nageeye of the Netherlands, the Olympic silver medalist, completed the podium with a time of 2:05:32.

NN Rotterdam Marathon 2023 Top 30 Results

Women’s Marathon Results:

  1. Eunice Chebichii Chumba (Bahrain) – 2:20:31
  2. Dolshi Tesfu (Eritrea) – 2:21:35
  3. Rose Chelimo (Bahrain) – 2:26:21
  4. Fatima Azzahraa Ouhaddou Nafie (Spain) – 2:26:44
  5. Aleksandra Lisowska (Poland) – 2:26:44
  6. Tiki Gelana (Ethiopia) – 2:27:19
  7. Pascalia Jepkogei (Kenya) – 2:28:28
  8. Sakiho Tsutsui (Japan) – 2:29:09
  9. Meskerem Assefa (Ethiopia) – 2:29:33
  10. Marie Perrier (Mauritius) – 2:29:45
  11. Anne Luijten (Netherlands) – 2:30:59
  12. Astrid Verhoeven (Belgium) – 2:31:34
  13. Louise Small (Great Britain) – 2:32:04
  14. Marie-Ange Brumelot (France) – 2:33:19
  15. Bridget Lyons (USA) – 2:33:44
  16. Karen Van Proeyen (Belgium) – 2:35:34
  17. Annmarie Tuxbury (USA) – 2:35:59
  18. Chun-Yu Tsao (Chinese Taipei) – 2:36:12
  19. Bregje Smits (Netherlands) – 2:36:34
  20. Aoife Cooke (Ireland) – 2:36:50
  21. Kristin Colard (France) – 2:42:22
  22. Eva Van Zoonen (Netherlands) – 2:42:37
  23. Nesrine Leene (Netherlands) – 2:44:12
  24. Saskia Weinans (Netherlands) – 2:44:24
  25. Eszter Csillag (Hungary) – 2:45:29
  26. Stella Marais (South Africa) – 2:45:52
  27. Mirjam Koersen (Netherlands) – 2:46:34
  28. Victoria Warpy (Belgium) – 2:46:36
  29. Andrea Bradshaw (USA) – 2:46:38
  30. Pauline Van Donkelaar (Netherlands) – 2:47:02

Men’s Marathon Results:

  1. Bashir Abdi (Belgium) – 2:03:47
  2. Timothy Kiplagat (Kenya) – 2:03:50
  3. Abdi Nageeye (Netherlands) – 2:05:32
  4. Dawit Wolde (Ethiopia) – 2:05:46
  5. Chala Regasa (Ethiopia) – 2:06:11
  6. Koen Naert (Belgium) – 2:06:56
  7. Bazezew Asmare (Ethiopia) – 2:07:58
  8. Abebe Negewo (Ethiopia) – 2:08:12
  9. Kenneth Kiprop Kipkemoi (Kenya) – 2:08:15
  10. Cyrus Mutai (Kenya) – 2:08:18
  11. Futsum Zienasellassie (USA) – 2:09:40
  12. Mathew Sang Kibiwo (Kenya) – 2:09:42
  13. Thomas De Bock (Belgium) – 2:10:17
  14. Tesema Moges (Israel) – 2:10:31
  15. Rui Pinto (Portugal) – 2:11:23
  16. Andrew Colley (USA) – 2:11:26
  17. Lahsene Bouchikhi (Belgium) – 2:12:01
  18. Jose Luis Santana Marin (Mexico) – 2:12:28
  19. Roy Hoornweg (Netherlands) – 2:13:19
  20. Stan Niesten (Netherlands) – 2:14:26
  21. Gianluca Assorgia (Netherlands) – 2:14:51
  22. Jesper Lundberg (Sweden) – 2:14:53
  23. Takashi Ichida (Japan) – 2:16:10
  24. Björn Koreman (Netherlands) – 2:16:15
  25. Iraitz Arrospide (Spain) – 2:16:27
  26. Valentin Poncelet (Belgium) – 2:17:14
  27. Halil Yasin (Turkey) – 2:17:30
  28. Maxime Lopes (France) – 2:17:34
  29. Mauricio Flandez (Chile) – 2:17:46
  30. Dorian Marchal (France) – 2:18:24
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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