SEB Tallinn Marathon
Sunday, September 14th 2014
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10th-13th of September Race office opened on Freedom square (at 10.00-19.00)
Saturday, 13th of September 2014
12.00-19.00 SEB Tallinn Marathon Expo
13.00 Children Races on Freedom square
17.00 Nike Youth Run on Freedom square
18.00 SEB Tallinn Marathon opening ceremony and concert (Põhja-Tallinn, Koit Toome, Getter Jaani, Liis Lemsalu, Ott Lepland)
Sunday, 14th of September 2014
07.00 Competition center opening on Freedom square
09.00 SEB Tallinn Marathon (42,2 km) START
11.30 21,1 km km START
13.30 10 km START
14.30 Award ceremony
16.00 Finish closed
A record number of marathon and half marathon runners ran in Tallinn
SEB Tallinn Marathon 2014 set a new record in the Baltics with 2166 registered for marathon and 2999 for half marathon. These numbers confirm that SEB Tallinn Marathon is the biggest sports event in the Baltics.
The winner of SEB Tallinn Marathon, held in the centre of Tallinn on Sunday 14 September, is Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Dadi Beyene. This the second win in a row for Beyene, since he was the winner last year as well. He won the race with a time of 2:17:29.
Beyene beat second place Estonian Ilja Nikolajev (2:21:34) by almost 4 minutes. Heinar Vaine (2:23:36), the biggest surprise among the three best, finished third. Being the first Estonian to finish, Nikolajev also took the Estonian championship title.
The winner among women was Evelin Talts from Estonia with a time of 2:56:26, which gave her the 49th place overall. Talts also received the Estonian championship title. Anu Teppo was second with a time of 2:58:58 (61st overall). The third place went to Kaisa Kukk with a time of 2:59:10 (64th overall).
Jacob Yator (1:05:37) from Kenya won the half marathon and Tiidrek Nurme (29:47) from Estonia won the 10-kilometre race for the 6th time.
All distances combined (marathon, half marathon, 10 kilometres, children and youth run) there were 20 314 participants from 42 different countries.