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JTBC Seoul International Marathon

27 Sep 2021 (Mon)

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JTBC Seoul International Marathon

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The JoongAng Seoul Marathon is an annual footrace that takes place in Seoul, South Korea, usually in early November. First held in 1999, the race was established as a commemoration of Olympic marathon race which was held as part of the 1988 Seoul Olympics. It features a men’s marathon elite race, and also has non-professional races of 10 km as well as the marathon distance. Elite international competitors are usually not invited to the women’s race, thus that section tends to be a competition between Korean women only. Sponsored by JoongAng Ilbo.

Tracing a loop across Seoul, the course is generally flat, which allows for fast finishing times. It takes place in the south-east part of the city, heading into the suburbs towards Seongnam before looping back to finish in the Jamsil Olympic Stadium. The fast course has resulted in a number of sub-2:09 runs and even one sub-2:06 run in the men’s race over the course’s history. James Kwambai is the men’s course record holder with 2:05:50 hours and is the most successful athlete at the race, having won three times consecutively from 2011 to 2013. The women’s course record is 2:29:32 hours, set by national runner Lee Eun-Jung.

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Tracing a loop across Seoul, the course is generally flat,  It takes place in the south-east part of the city, heading into the suburbs towards Seongnam before looping back to finish in the Jamsil Main Stadium.

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JTBC Seoul International Marathon

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