How to watch the 2023 Sydney Marathon?

You can watch the 2023 Sydney Marathon live on Channel 10 locally and the Sydney Marathon Facebook page on Saturday (17). Don't miss the action today with the likes of Gabriel Geay, Moses Kibet, Angela Tanui, and Judith Korir in action.

SYDNEY, Australia — The 2023 Sydney Marathon, presented by ASICS and recognized as a World Athletics Elite Platinum Label road race, is shaping up to be the fastest marathon ever assembled on Australian soil. Scheduled for this Sunday (17), the event boasts a star-studded lineup featuring the likes of Gabriel Geay, Moses Kibet, Angela Tanui, and Judith Korir.

The 2023 Sydney Marathon is broadcasting live on Channel 10 for Australian viewers from 7:00 a.m. local time. Viewers outside of Australia can use a VPN to stream action, while a live streaming broadcast is on the race’s official Facebook page. You can watch live on Channel 10 – with a VPN (outside of Australia). For live and after results please click.

Kenya’s 2022 World Championships silver medalist and Paris Marathon champion, Judith Korir, is set to make her Australian debut. She will be facing six other sub-2:22 women, including her compatriot Angela Tanui, who won the Amsterdam Marathon in 2021 with a time of 2:17:57.

On the men’s side, Tanzanian record-holder Gabriel Geay leads the pack with a personal best of 2:03:00. Moses Kibet, who won last year’s Sydney Marathon, will also be a strong contender. The field features a total of nine sub-2:06 men, promising an intensely competitive race.

Ahead of the 2023 Sydney Marathon

The 2023 Sydney Marathon is aiming to become a candidate race for the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AbbottWMM). The race is perhaps the largest marathon ever held in Australia. The race will feature a scenic course that takes in some of Sydney’s most spectacular and historic landmarks, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

For more information about the race click here

Key Event Details

DateSunday, 17 September 2023
Distance42.195km (World Athletics Platinum Label Marathon)
Start time7:10am (7:08am – Elite Wheelchair)
Start line cut off7:45am
Start LocationBradfield Park, Milsons Point
Finish LineSydney Opera House Forecourt
Course Cut Off Time7 hours

Start Groups

Start GroupEstimated Finish Time
Elite / PreferredMale – sub 2hr 40min Female – sub 3h 05min
A GroupUnder 3hr 45min
B GroupBetween 3h 45min and 4h 30min
C GroupOver 4h 30min
Choosing the right start group is important to ensure a smooth and safe race experience for all participants. It is recommended that runners choose the start group that best matches their predicted finish time to avoid congestion and potential hazards on the course.
Glen Andrews
Glen Andrews

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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