• Results: TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2018

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Top results from TCS Aamsterdan marathon 2018 (IAAF gold label road race) - Sunday, October 21.

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1 Lawrence Cherono 02:04:06

2 Mule Wasihun 02:04:37

3 Solomon Deksisa 02:04:40

4 Gideon Kipketer 02:06:15

5 Kaan Özbilen 02:06:24

6 Laban Korir  02:06:33

7 Tadu Abate 02:06:47

8 Jonathan Korir 02:06:51

9 Hillary Kipsambu 02:07:20

10 Yenew Alamirew 02:10:35

11 Augustus Maiyo 02:16:18

12 Stijn de Vulder 02:16:57

13 Michel Butter 02:17:18

14 Edwin de Vries 02:17:24

15 Gert Jan Wassink02:18:44



1 Tadelech Bekele 02:23:14

2 Shasho Insermu 02:23:27

3 Azmera Gebru02:23:31

4 Desi Jisa 02:23:37

5 Linet Masai 02:23:45

6 Jackline Chepngeno 02:24:37

7 Zinash Mekonen 02:25:52

8 Meseret Defar 02:27:23

9 Miharu Shimokado 02:34:10

10 Meseret Gola 02:34:15

11 Gladys Tejeda02:34:38

12 Sarah Giom 02:40:20

13 Mouchet Stephane 02:40:33

14 Miranda Boonstra02:42:06

15 Marcela Joglová 02:43:57

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