Results and rankings Paris Marathon 2023

On April 2, 2022, the Paris Marathon made a comeback with a new route, after a very fast 2022 edition. Over 52,000 runners from all over the world took to the streets of Paris. 98% of starters are finishers. Discover the results of the Paris 2023 marathon below.

résultats du marathon de Paris 2021

At just 20 years of age, Ethiopian AYANA has won the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 2023.

The Paris Marathon is one of running’s most prestigious events, attracting thousands of runners from all over the world every year. Runners take to the streets of Paris, crossing some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde. Marathon participants took on the physical and mental challenge of running a distance of 42.195 kilometers to reach the finish line.

Abeje Ayana, an Ethiopian runner, won the 46th edition of the Paris Marathon with an impressive victory, completing the race in 2 hours, 7 minutes and 15 seconds. Ayana narrowly edged out compatriot Guye Adola and Kenyan rider Josphat Boit to win the race.

On the women’s side, Kenyan runner Helah Kiprop won the race, finishing with a remarkable time of 2 hours, 23 minutes and 19 seconds. She edged out Ethiopia’s Atalel Anmut for first place on the podium.

Findall the Paris 2023 marathon rankings below.

Men's rankings

PlaceLast name First nameGenderTimeVarianceNationality
1Abeje AYANAM02:07:15ArrivalEthiopia
2Guye ADOLAM02:07:35+ 00:00:20Ethiopia
3Josphat BOITM02:07:40+ 00:00:25Kenya
4Elkanah LANGATM02:08:25+ 00:01:10Kenya
5Adeledelew MAMOM02:08:50+ 00:01:35Ethiopia
6Kipkemboi KIPRONOM02:09:27+ 00:02:12Kenya
7Leonard KORIRM02:09:31+ 00:02:16United States
8Laban KORIRM02:09:34+ 00:02:19Kenya
9Samuel TESFAMARIAMM02:09:47+ 00:02:32Eritrea
10Medhi FREREM02:11:04+ 00:03:49France

Women's rankings

Helah Kiprop, a Kenyan runner, won the women’s Paris Marathon with an impressive time of 2 hours, 23 minutes and 19 seconds. She crossed the finish line in a sprint just ahead of Ethiopia’s Atalel Anmut, who also finished the race in 2 hours, 23 minutes and 19 seconds, and Fikrte Wereta, also from Ethiopia, who finished in 2 hours, 23 minutes and 22 seconds.

Anaïs Quemener, the first French runner to finish the race in 2 hours, 32 minutes and 2 seconds.

PlaceFirst and last nameGenderTimeGap with the firstNationality
1Helah KIPROPF02:23:19Kenya
2Atalel ANMUTF02:23:19+ 00:00:00Ethiopia
3Fikrte WERETAF02:23:22+ 00:00:03Ethiopia
4Yeshi CHEKOLEF02:23:29+ 00:00:10Ethiopia
5Winfridah MOSETIF02:23:38+ 00:00:19Kenya
6Linet MASAIF02:24:49+ 00:01:30Kenya
7Judith JERUBETF02:25:51+ 00:02:32Kenya
8Floorgne WOLDUF02:26:00+ 00:02:41Ethiopia
9Solange JESUSF02:28:15+ 00:04:56Rwanda
10Ruth CHEBITOKF02:30:29+ 00:07:10Kenya

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