2014

Legacy of the marathon
Overview

2014

May 4, 2014. In 2014, Kimberley Doerksen of Gibsons, BC crossed the Finish Line in her Marathon debut in a record-breaking 2:37:00, a time which remains unchallenged to this day. Coming in second, 2012 champ Ellie Greenwood took home another podium finish at the BMO Vancouver Marathon in 2:43:04.

In the men’s division, Ethiopia’s Berhanu Mekannon dominated 3787 runners in the 42.2KM discipline, clocking in at 2:21:08 to set a new course record of his own. Runner-up Gilbert Kiptoo returned for his fourth BMO Vancouver Marathon, winning the silver in 2:27:20.

The Half Marathon also saw a new record, as defending champion Paul Kimalyo Kimugul broke his previous time by nearly two minutes to set a new event record of 1:02:36.

Canada’s Kate Bazeley took the women’s title in 1:15:18.

Course Map

The Course

A point-to-point course, the stunning 2014 BMO Vancouver Marathon route starts in Queen Elizabeth Park and leads runners on a scenic tour of Vancouver’s neighbourhoods, around the world-renowned Stanley Park Seawall, and towards an exciting downtown Finish Line.

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Marathon Course. Vancouver Marathon RUNVAN
Podium

Men

  1. Berhanu Mekonnen (ETH), 2:21:08
  2. Gilbert Kiptoo (KEN), 2:27:20
  3. David Nilsson (SWE), 2:27:46

 

Women

  1. Kimberley Doerksen (CAN), 2:37:00*
  2. Ellie Greenwood (GBR), 2:43:04
  3. Bean Wrenn (USA), 2:51:16

*Course record

Finishers

Marathon

Half Marathon

Results

Search Results

History

Through the Years

2012

2013

< 2014 >

2015

2016

Legacy —

Join In

Join In

Upcoming Races —