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Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Toronto Waterfront Marathon
2008 Toronto Waterfront Marathon
Date Mid-October
Location Toronto, Canada
Event type Road
Distance Marathon
Established 2000
Course records

Men (2:07:04.8) Deressa Chimsa

Women (2:22:42.5) Koren Jelela Yal
Official site Toronto Waterfront Marathon

The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is an annual marathon held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in October. The race day also includes a half marathon and 5 km race.

The race has quickly become an elite level marathon and is one of just four IAAF Gold Label Road Races in North America.[1] At the 2013 edition of the race, race winner Deressa Chimsa broke the men's course record with the fastest marathon ever recorded on Canadian soil.[2] In the 2011 edition of the race, race winner Koren Jelela Yal broke the women's course record with the fastest marathon ever recorded on Canada soil.

The Waterfront Marathon is not the only Toronto Marathon. The smaller GoodLife Fitness Toronto Marathon, which used to be held three weeks later in October, is held on the first Sunday in May.


  • Past winners 1
  • Charities 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Past winners

  • Official Website
  • Full Results

External links

List of winners
  1. ^
  2. ^ Gains, Paul (2013-10-20). Records galore at Toronto Marathon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-21.
  3. ^ Gains, Paul (2011-10-16). Mungara claims fourth Toronto Marathon title. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-10-17.
  4. ^ Gains, Paul (2013-10-20). Records galore at Toronto Marathon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-21.
  5. ^


See also

[5] The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon has successfully raised millions of dollars for charity since its inception. The largest charity attending the marathon for the past three years has been the


Edition Year Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner Time (h:m:s)
1st 2000  Joseph Nderitu (KEN) 2:19:41.4  Sue Grise (CAN) 3:08:38.2
2nd 2001  Daniel Howat (CAN) 2:45:20.8  Leslie Gold (USA) 3:07:10.1
3rd 2002  Stephane Gamache (CAN) 2:25:24.5  Nicole Stevenson (CAN) 2:37:56.4
4th 2003  Joseph Nderitu (KEN) 2:17:50.0   )RUS( 2:36:19.5
5th 2004  Danny Kassap (COD) 2:14:50.0  Lioudmila Kortchaguina (RUS) 2:36:31.9
6th 2005  Simon Kipruto (KEN) 2:11:56.5  Anastasia Ndereba (KEN) 2:36:30.8
7th 2006  Daniel Rono (KEN) 2:10:14.6  Małgorzata Sobańska (POL) 2:34:31.7
8th 2007  John Kelai (KEN) 2:09:30.0  Asha Gigi (ETH) 2:33:15.7
9th 2008  Kenneth Mungara (KEN) 2:11:00.9  Mulu Seboka (ETH) 2:29:05.9
10th 2009  Kenneth Mungara (KEN) 2:08:31.9  Amane Gobena (ETH) 2:28:30.4
11th 2010  Kenneth Mungara (KEN) 2:07:57.1  Sharon Cherop (KEN) 2:22:42.8
12th 2011[3]  Kenneth Mungara (KEN) 2:09:49.0  Koren Jelela (ETH) 2:22:42.5
13th 2012  Sahle Warga (ETH) 2:10:35.8  Mary Davies (NZL) 2:28:55.4
14th 2013[4]  Deressa Chimsa (ETH) 2:07:04.8  Flomena Cheyech (KEN) 2:25:13.0
15th 2014  Laban Korir (KEN) 2:08:15  Mulu Seboka (ETH) 2:23:15
16th 2015  Ishhimael Chemtan (KEN) 2:09:00  Shure Demise (ETH) 2:23:37
Course record      
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