How to watch the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon? Elite Fields

You can watch live streaming broadcast of the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon on the GCMarathon YouTube Channel on Sunday, July 2, in Australia.

How to watch the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon

The 2023 Gold Coast Marathon will take place in Australia on Sunday 2 July (in Australia) and you can watch all the live streaming coverage on the GCMarathon YouTube Channel. Both the men’s and women’s fields are loaded with talents so we can expect a fast race this weekend.

Seven runners with personal bests faster than 2:09:00, including the defending champion Jo Fukuda of Japan and his fellow countryman and 2013 champion Yuki Kawauchi, will be battling for the title on the men’s side this year. Eritrean Mogos Shumay starts as the fastest entrant with a personal best of 2:07:10.

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Meanwhile, the women’s elite race will Florence Kiplagat of Kenya and her compatriots Ruth Chebitok and Rodah Tanui, the champions in 2018 and 2019, headline the women’s elite field, which also includes two-time ASICS Half Marathon champion Eloise Wellings, who will lead the Australian challenge.

Read more: Results: Asics Half Marathon in Gold Coast; Keira D’Amato sets 1:06:39 US record

Check out the complete 2023 Gold Coast Marathon Elite Fields

Elite men’s field at the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon

Mogos Shumay (ERI) 2:07:10 (Eindhoven, 2021)
Wilfred Kimitei (KEN) 2:07:22 (Seville, 2023)
Yuki Kawauchi (JPN) 2:07:27 (Lake Biwa, 2021)
Koki Yoshioka (JPN) 2:07:28 (Osaka, 2023)
Naoki Koyama (JPN) 2:08:12 (Tokyo, 2023)
Yuki Sato (JPN) 2:08:17 (Tokyo, 2022)
Ezekiel Omullo (KEN) 2:08:41 (Ljubljana, 2019)
Yuki Takamiya (JPN) 2:09:30 (Lake Biwa, 2021)
Jo Fukuda (JPN) 2:09:52 (Gold Coast, 2018)
Liam Adams (AUS) 2:10:48 (Lake Biwa, 2020)
Akihiro Kaneko (JPN) 2:11:39 (Osaka, 2022)
Jacob Thomson (USA) 2:11:52 (Sacramento, 2022)
Josh Izewski (USA) 2:12:45 (Houston, 2022)
Caden Shields (NZL) 2:13:21 (Hamburg, 2022)
Reece Edwards (AUS) 2:13:23 (Rotterdam, 2021)
Ed Goddard (AUS) 2:13:36 (Sacramento, 2022)
Shumpei Oda (JPN) 2:15:54 (Tokyo, 2020)
Taiyo Akiyama (JPN) 2:16:06 (Tokyo, 2023)
Riley C o c ks (AUS) 2:16:56 (Melbourne, 2022)
Matt Baxter (NZL) 2:17:15 (New York, 2022)
Dave Ridley (NZL) 2:17:20 (Sydney, 2021)
Dean Menzies (AUS) 2:17:41 (Osaka, 2023)
Kieren Perkins (AUS) 2:17:54 (Amsterdam, 2022)
Tim Vincent (AUS) Debut

Elite women’s field at the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon

Florence Kiplagat (KEN) 2:19:44 (London, 2011)
Ruth Chebitok (KEN) 2:21:03 (Vienna, 2022)
Rodah Tanui (KEN) 2:23:14 (Copenhagen, 2023)
Eloise Wellings (AUS) 2:25:10 (Nagoya, 2022)
Haruka Yamaguchi (JPN) 2:26:35 (Osaka, 2020)
Shiho Kaneshige (JPN) 2:28:51 (Osaka, 2020)
Marnie Ponton (AUS) 2:31:54 (Melbourne, 2021)
Rochelle Basil (NZL) 2:39:18 (Frankfurt, 2018)
Vanessa Wilson (AUS) 2:39:52 (Melbourne, 2022)
Olivia Witney (NZL) 2:40:01 (Tokyo, 2023)
Simone McInnes (AUS) 2:40:28 (Gold Coast, 2022)
Riine Ringi (EST) 2:42:29 (Canberra, 2021)
Cheuk Ning Wong (HKG) 2:43:17 (Hong Kong, 2021)
Melissah Gibson (AUS) 2:43:48 (Seville, 2022)
Kelly Parlane (NZL) 2:44:29 (Melbourne, 2019)
Genevieve Gregson (AUS) Debut

Elite wheelchair field at the 2023 Gold Coast Marathon

Kota Hokinoue (JPN – M) 1:20:54 (Seoul, 2013)
Tsubasa Kina (JPN – W) 1:35:50 (Oita, 2019)
Christie Dawes (AUS – W) 1:42:59 (Rio de Janeiro, 2016)
Jacqueline Godfrey (AUS – W) 1:59:24 (Gold Coast, 2022)
Matthew Brumby (AUS – M) 2:25:17 (Gold Coast, 2019)

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