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Live: Tokyo Marathon 2018:  Sunday 25 February at 9:05 (Tokyo, JPN) 00:05 (UTC), 01:05 (Central European), 03:05 (Nairobi, Kenya), 08:05pm Saturday February 24 (US Eastern), 11:05 Saturday, February 24 (Beunos Aires).

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Elite Athletes | See full list of elite athletes here

Elite Men

Wilson Kipsang (Kenya) - 2:03:13 (Berlin 2016)

Tsegaye Mekonnen (Ethiopia) - 2:04:46 (Dubai 2016)

Amos Kipruto (Kenya) - 2:05:43 (Amsterdam 2017)

Gideon Kipketer (Kenya) - 2:05:51 (Tokyo 2017)

Vincent Kipruto (Kenya) - 2:06:14 (Berlin 2017)

Dickson Chumba (Kenya) - 2:06:25 (Tokyo 2017)

Feyisa Lilesa (Ethiopia) - 2:06:56 (Tokyo 2016)

Hiroto Inoue (Japan) - 2:08:22 (Tokyo 2017)

Yuta Shitara (Japan) - 2:09:03 (Berlin 2017)

Hiroyuki Yamamoto (Japan) - 2:09:12 (Tokyo 2017)

Hiroaki Sano (Japan) - 2:09:12 (Tokyo 2015)

Kibrom Ghebrezgiabhier (Eritrea) - 2:09:36 (London 2015)

Mohamed El Araby (Morocco) - 2:09:50 (Daegu 2017)

Ser-Od Bat-Ochir (Mongolia) - 2:10:15 (Hambrug 2015)

Ryo Kiname (Japan) - 2:10:30 (Beppu-Oita 2017)

Minato Oishi (Japan) - 2:10:39 (Beppu-Oita 2017)

Kohei Ogino (Japan) - 2:11:42 (Nagano 2015)

Tadashi Isshiki (Japan) - 2:11:45 (Tokyo 2016)

Yuki Sato (Japan) - 2:12:14 (London 2016)

Asuka Tanaka (Japan) - 2:12:17 (Hofu 2017)

Kazuya Ishida (Japan) - 2:12:25 (Beppu-Oita 2016)

Hiroki Yamagishi (Japan) - 2:12:27 (Tokyo 2016)

Daichi Kamino (Japan) - 2:12:50 (Fukuoka Int'l 2017)

 

Elite Women

Ruti Aga (Ethiopia) - 2:20:41 (Berlin 2017)

Purity Cherotich Rionoripo (Kenya) - 2:20:55 (Paris 2017)

Birhane Dibaba (Ethiopia) - 2:21:19 (Tokyo 2017)

Helah Kiprop (Kenya) - 2:21:27 (Tokyo 2016)

Shure Demise (Ethiopia) - 2:22:57 (Dubai 2017)

Amy Cragg (U.S.A.) - 2:27:18 (London World Championships 2017)

Anna Hahner (Germany) - 2:28:32 (Berlin 2017)

Kaoru Nagao (Japan) - 2:30:54 (Toyama 2016)

Hiroko Yoshitomi (Japan) - 2:32:12 (Nagoya Women's 2017)

Madoka Nakano (Japan) - 2:33:00 (Osaka Int'l 2017)

Mei-xia Zhang (China) - 2:33:55 (Chongqing 2015)

Eri Hayakawa (Japan) - 2:34:27 (Nagoya Women's 2017)

Yumiko Kinoshita (Japan) - 2:34:38 (Osaka 2017)

Marie Imada (Japan) - 2:35:13 (Osaka 2017)

Azusa Nojiri (Japan) - 2:35:53 (Osaka 2017)

Yoshiko Sakamoto (Japan) - 2:36:02 (Osaka 2016)

 




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