Melbourne Marathon Results 2015

Jess Trengove took advantage of the ideal running conditions to knock two-and-a-half minutes off her personal best while taking victory in the Melbourne Marathon.

Her impressive run was the sixth fastest Australian female marathon of all-time (2:27:45), setting her up nicely leading into the Rio Olympics.



Accompanied for much of the race by training partners, Trengove finished with a winning margin of more than eleven minutes over second place Lydia O’Donnell.

In the men’s race, Brad Milosevic took victory in 2 hours and 16 minutes, two-and-a-half minutes ahead of second place, Antony Ndungu Mugo.



Thousands of participants took to the streets of Melbourne in the near-perfect running conditions, with 6,043 finishers in the marathon.

Men
Brad Milosevic - 2:16:00
Antony Ndungu Mugo - 2:18:39
Felix Kipkorir Kangogo - 2:19:22

Women
Jessica Trengove - 2:27:45
Lydia O’Donnell - 2:39:01
Makda Harun Haji - 2:40:37

18-19
Jack Taylor - 2:49:07
Jessica Bitt - 3:33:21

20-39
Brad Milosevic - 2:16:00
Jessica Trengove - 2:27:45

40-44
Darren Moyle - 2:28:58
Margot Manning - 3:06:22

45-49
Shawn Claydon - 2:47:46
Fleur Flanery - 2:52:46

50-54
John Meagher - 2:32:26
Adrienne Torda - 3:16:20

55-59
Peter Gaunt - 3:09:38
Fumiko Iwamoto - 3:36:58

60-64
Ron Peters - 2:43:57
Liz Lowther - 3:30:51

65-69
Stanislaw Szarawara - 3:29:25
Wanda Kelly - 3:51:51

70-74
Tadao Nakayama - 3:45:51
Jeanne Bryan - 5:25:06

75+
Jamie Van Bruggen - 3:59:01

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