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Top Results: TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 results

The TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 results of the top 30 finishers in both the women's and men's elite races on Sunday. Kenya's Joshua Belet and Ethiopia's Meseret Belete secured the crowns. Find out who finished behind them.

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TCS Amsterdam Marathon women podium finishers. Photo by Organizers

(Oct. 15) — The top 30 TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 results from the elite races on Sunday, with Kenya’s Joshua Belet and Ethiopia’s Meseret Belete taking the men’s and women’s respective titles on a wet morning in the Dutch capital.

In the men’s race, Joshua Belet, running only his third-ever marathon, won with a time of 2:04:18 to set a new personal best and led a Kenyan podium sweep, while the top seven finishers were well under the Paris 2024 Olympic qualifying standard.

Read more news: TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023: Joshua Belet and Meseret Belete takes titles

Belet was followed across the finish line by compatriots CyBrian Kotut and Bethwel Kibet, who posted respective time of 2:04:34 and 2:04:37 in second and third place. Ethiopia’s pre-race favorite Birhanu Legese was pushed back to fourth at 2:04:44.

Meseret Belete won the women’s Marathon at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 title, breaking the tape at 2:18:21 to smash her personal best.

Compatriot Meseret Abebayehu took third place in 2:19:50, also setting a new personal best, and Kenya’s Dorcas Tuitoek completed the podium in third with 2:20:02.

The top USA finisher on the men’s side today was Shadrack Kipchirchir, who finished 17th with a time of 2:13:02 to improve on his previous personal best best of 2:19:29.

Katja Goldring, in 14th place was leading USA finisher on the women’s side and she clocked 2:32:03, while here compatriot Jessica Watychowicz ran 2:36:05 for 17th.

Top 30 finishers for the Men’s Marathon at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023:

  1. Joshua Belet – Kenya – 2:04:18
  2. CyBrian Kotut – Kenya – 2:04:34
  3. Bethwel Kibet – Kenya – 2:04:37
  4. Birhanu Legese – Ethiopia – 2:04:44
  5. Hayle Lemi – Ethiopia – 2:05:48
  6. Bazezew Asmare – Ethiopia – 2:06:34
  7. Mulugeta Debasu – Ethiopia – 2:06:36
  8. Haymanot Alew – Ethiopia – 2:08:25
  9. Khalid Choukoud – Netherlands – 2:08:36
  10. Abderrazak Charik – France – 2:08:37
  11. Samuel Tsegay Tesfamariam – Sweden – 2:08:41
  12. Adeledelew Mamo – Ethiopia – 2:08:48
  13. Therence Bizoza – Burundi – 2:09:18
  14. Asrar Hiyrden – Ethiopia – 2:09:25
  15. Nguse Amlosom – Eritrea – 2:10:57
  16. Luuk Maas – Netherlands – 2:11:47
  17. Shadrack Kipchirchir – USA – 2:13:02
  18. Mohammed Benyettou – Algeria – 2:13:46
  19. Lucas Nieuweboer – Netherlands – 2:14:39
  20. Richard Douma – Netherlands – 2:14:57
  21. Gopi Thonakal – India – 2:14:58
  22. Roy Hoornweg – Netherlands – 2:15:03
  23. Roel Wijmenga – Netherlands – 2:16:09
  24. Wendell Geronimo Souza – Brazil – 2:16:20
  25. Daan Reintjes – Netherlands – 2:17:48
  26. Manuel De Backer – Netherlands – 2:17:54
  27. Ivan Siuris – Moldova – 2:18:02
  28. Daniel Hamilton – Great Britain – 2:18:02
  29. Ronald Schröer – Netherlands – 2:18:06
  30. Abel Boniface Sikowo – Uganda – 2:18:25

Top 30 finishers for the Women’s Marathon at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023:

  1. Meseret Belete – Ethiopia – 2:18:21
  2. Meseret Abebayahau – Ethiopia – 2:19:50
  3. Dorcas Jepchirchir Tuitoek – Kenya – 2:20:02
  4. Ashete Bekere – Ethiopia – 2:21:51
  5. Tiruye Mesfin – Ethiopia – 2:22:07
  6. Anchialem Haymanot – Ethiopia – 2:22:23
  7. Sisay Meseret Gola – Ethiopia – 2:22:29
  8. Sofia Assefa – Ethiopia – 2:23:33
  9. Marion Kibor – Kenya – 2:24:26
  10. Anne Luijten – Netherlands – 2:26:36
  11. Méline Rollin – France – 2:26:58
  12. Zenebu Bihonegn – Ethiopia – 2:27:03
  13. Neheng Khatala – Lesotho – 2:28:57
  14. Katja Goldring – USA – 2:32:03
  15. Jhoselyn Camargo Aliaga – Bolivia – 2:32:37
  16. Sylvia Mboga Medugu – Kenya – 2:34:01
  17. Jessica Watychowicz – USA – 2:36:05
  18. Bregje Smits – Netherlands – 2:36:35
  19. Hanna Lindholm – Sweden – 2:37:50
  20. Maaike Van Gelder – Netherlands – 2:38:18
  21. Tracy Barlow – Great Britain – 2:39:02
  22. Lisa Ries – Taiwan – 2:44:39
  23. Eva Van Zoonen – Netherlands – 2:45:19
  24. Alison Rowatt – Great Britain – 2:46:40
  25. Quentin Salmon – France – 2:47:59
  26. Carola Bendl-Tschiegel – Austria – 2:48:10
  27. Kristina Sandager – Denmark – 2:49:50
  28. Kirsten Raeymaekers – Belgium – 2:50:09
  29. Samantha De Knijff – Netherlands – 2:51:23
  30. Daniela Lavignatti – Brazil – 2:52:06

For the complete results of the elite races, click here to visit the World Athletics website.

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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