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Position Challenge Participant Age Gender Evidence Difference Time Medal Logs Country
61 Run London Virtual Steven Emmas 49 male official +00:00:00 03:35:56
Run London Official Time Awarded
2 United Kingdom
62 Run Tokyo Virtual Chris Howes 41 male official +00:00:13 03:36:09
Run Tokyo Official Time Awarded
4 United Kingdom
63 Run Berlin Virtual Andre Montellano-Heins 33 male official +00:00:52 03:37:01
Run Berlin Special Challenge Awarded
Special Challenge
2 United Kingdom
Special Challenge

For the Run Berlin special challenge you are required to beat the world record marathon time set by Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya on 16 September 2018 in Berlin. Luckily for you, over a half marathon distance. The time you need to beat in both of your half marathons is 2 hours 1 minute and 39 seconds totalling a 4 hour 3 minutes and 18 second marathon. By completing this challenge, you will get a true sense of the almost superhuman achievement this was. Every time you fail to defeat his time, you have to remember Eliud Kipchoge would have not only beaten you, he has just run twice the distance you have! You don’t have to do this special challenge and is not required to obtain your Run Berlin Silver medal.

64 Run Sydney Virtual Alistair Jones 55 male official +00:00:03 03:37:04
Run Sydney Official Time Awarded
10 United Kingdom
65 Run Tokyo Virtual Martial Pottier 31 male official +00:00:02 03:37:06
Run Tokyo Special Challenge Completed
Special Challenge
4 France
Special Challenge

The Run Tokyo special challenge is one of our toughest special challenges and is why Tokyo has been classed as a Gold medal event. The Tokyo Marathon changed from two separate marathons in 2007 to the Tokyo International Marathon that took place on even years, and the Tokyo – New York Friendship International Marathon that took place on odd years. Out of respect for the coming together of these two great events, you will need to complete 2 marathon distances in one month as part of this special challenge. Your combined marathon times for an individual will need to come in under 8 hours combined. Completing this challenge is not required to obtain your Run Tokyo Gold medal.

66 Run New York Virtual Oliver Pitchers 40 male official +00:00:00 03:37:06
Run New York Official Time Awarded
8 United Kingdom
67 Run New York Virtual Nick Brown 65 male official +00:01:24 03:38:30
Run New York Official Time Awarded
8 United Kingdom
68 Run Sydney Virtual Isabelle Dolphin 24 female unofficial +00:00:39 03:39:09
Run Sydney Unofficial Time Awarded
10 United Kingdom
69 Run Sydney Virtual Oscar Black 21 male unofficial +00:00:02 03:39:11
Run Sydney Unofficial Time Awarded
10 United Kingdom
70 Run Berlin Virtual Kruewan Thong-om 35 female official +00:00:20 03:39:31
Run Berlin Official Time Awarded
1 Thailand