tcs amsterdam marathon results and women podium finishers

(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.

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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.

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