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This year we celebrate 20th anniversary of Prague Half Maraton.

 

2017 - Four world records

Nobody at the start of the 19th edition of the Prague Half Marathon could predict that the next hour will change the history of world athletics.

Twenty-three year old Joyciline Jepkosgei of Kenya stormed her way through the course setting a new half marathon world record of 1:04:52 while improving the world records in the 10k, 15k and 20k distances along the way. 

In just one race, the slightly built African star managed to smash four world records!

“I can’t believe it. On the course I did not realize that I was running at a world record pace. I am very happy," said Jepkosgei.

The best Czech - Eva Vrabcová Nývltová - finished in eleventh place.

In the men race, Tamirat Tola of Ethiopia won in 59:37 - the fourth fastest time in race history.


 

What else happened in 2017? 

 

  • Emmanuel Macron, a 39 year old investment banker, defeated right-wing populist Marine Le Pen to win the France's presidential election
  • USA and the Great Britain joined forces once again as prince Harry got engaged to Meghan Markle, an actress from Los Angeles.
  • Robert Mugabe stepped down after 37 years as Zimbabwe’s president.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup for the second year in a row.
  • Three monster hurricanes ravaged Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands within a four-week span. Hurricane Harvey - Hurricane Irma - Hurricane Maria caused substantial damages and killed hundreds of people.
         

 

 

 

2016 - Vrabcová only 4 seconds shy of setting the Czech national record

In 2016 the Prague Half Marathon celebrated its 18th birthday (the age of majority in the Czech Republic) and runners celebrated the anniversary in style. Daniel Wanjiru finished in 59:20 becoming the first man to win the race two times in a row.

Jiří Homoláč, the best Czech, had  also a reason to smile as he set a new personal best and qualified for the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam.

The women race was dominated by Violah Jepchumba of Kenya who set a new event record (1:05:51). Eva Vrabcová-Nývtová finished just 4 seconds outside of the national record set by Alena Peterková in 1994 in Oslo

„Of course I am bit disappointed as it is not the first time I came really close to the mark. It keeps me motivated though.” said the best Czech runner.


  

What else happened in 2016? 

  • The triumph of underdogs of Leicester City in the Premier League was one the biggest miracles in fotball history.
  • Brexit! British citizens voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48%.
  • Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize in literature.
  • American businessman and populist Donald Trump became the new U.S. president.
  • A part of Turkey’s armed forces attempted to overthrow the rule of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The coup failed as quickly as it erupted.
     

2015 - An Ethiopian affair

African runners at the 17th edition of the Prague Half set out at a fast pace but strong winds in the last section of the race spoiled their record breaking ambitions. In the end, Daniel Wanjiru of Kenya emerged victorious in 59:51.

“I like the course in Prague and hope to come back next year,” said the Wanjiru who was the runner-up at the Prague Half 2014.

The best Czech was Jiří Homoláč in twentieth place.

The women race was 2015 an Ethiopian affair as Worknesh Degefa took the gold in 1:07:14 followed by her compatriots Yebrgual Melese and Waganesh Mekasha. The best Czech was Anežka Drahotová in thirteenth  place.

12 500 runners from 81 countries took part in the 17th edition of the Prague Half including Pavel Nedvěd, winner of Golden Ball 2004.


  

What else happened in 2015? 

  • The migrant crisis burst forth and forced hundreds of war refugees to flee to Europe.
  • The year 2015 was the hottest in history.
  • Haka, England and the best tournament in history – New Zealand won the Rugby World Cup.
  • Terrorists hit Paris two times in one year: in January they attacked the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo; in November the ISIS killed 130 people at the Bataclan concert hall and other parts of the city.
  • Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan won the 2015 Road World Championships in USA. He will repeat this feat again in 2016 and 2017.
     

 2014 - New women event record

Favourable weather conditions at the start of the 16th Prague Half Marathon prompted African runners to chase fast times. In the end, Peter Kirui of Kenya emerged victorious in 59:22 - the second fastest time in race history.

“I think that a world record is possible in Prague and I would like to break it here,” said the winner. 

The best Czech was Jan Kreisinger in eighteenth place.

The women race was dominated by Joyce Chepkirui of Kenya. She was paced by her coach and husband Eric and they had a reason to celebrate as her finishing time 1:06:19 was a new event recond and the fifth fastest half marathon performance of all time.

The best Czech was Anežka Drahotová (1:14:25) in eleventh place.


  

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2014? 

  • A new marathon record – 2:02:57 – was set in Berlin by Dennis Kimetto of Kenya.
  • A tragic year for Malaysia Airlines as they lost three aircrafts including MH370 over the South China Sea and a plane shot down in Ukrainian airspace.
  • Andrej Kiska's victory in the Slovak presidential election brought a breath of fresh air into Slovak political scene.
  • Mass protests at the Kyiv’s Maidan grow into armed conflict between Ukrainian army and pro-Russian
  • Germany won the World Cup after beating Argentina in overtime; they also destroyed Brazil 7:1 on their way to the final.
     

2013 - World record holder on start

The 15th edition of the Prague Half Marathon had an honour to host the world record holder Zersenay Tadese. The Eritrean long distance runner had to battle the flu and low temperatures on a race day did not help him either.

Yet, Tadese managed to win even though his time 1:00:10 was almost two minutes slower than the world record.  

Jiří Homoláč  (1:05:41) won the prize for the best Czech runner at the Prague Half Marathon for the first time.

In the women’s race, Gladys Cherono  of Kenya produced an impressive victory and lowered the previous event record by 16 seconds. 

“It was very cold so I am pretty happy about my result," said the winner. 

NThe best Czech was Ivana Sekyrová in the twelfth place (1:15:58).

Many showbiz stars lined up the Praguer Half Marathon yet again including František Táborský, guitarist of Chinaski or actor Dalibor Gondík.


  

Zajímavosti

 

What else happened in 2013? 

  • Pope Benedict XVI resigned citing health reasons and was replaced by Francis, the first pope from the Americas.
  • The bombings at the Boston marathon killed 3 people and injured 130 others.
  • Syrian Civil War continued and almost 1500 people died as a result of  the chemical attack in Damascus.
  • The world lost singer  along with an anti-apartheid leader and South African President Nelson Mandela.
     

2012 - Fifth fastest all-time

 

After the last year’s sub-hour showing, the African runners toe the starting line of the 14th Prague Half Marathon with big ambitions. Atsedu Tsegay of Ethiopia, despite the windy weather, produced a brave run and finished in an outstanding time of 58:47 - the 5th fastest half marathon all-time and a new event record by 43 second!

"If it wasn’t for the wind, I’d have broken the world record" said Tsegay, who improved his personal best by almost two and a half a minutes. 

Jan Kreisinger, the best Czech, finished in the 15th place (1:05:42)

The women race was dominated by Joyce Chepkirui of Kenya (1:07:03) who improved the previous event record while beating the last year winner and her compatriot Lydia Cheromei. 

Ivana Sekyrová, the best Czech, placed eleventh (1:16:50).

The race boasted a record number of 11,000 participants including Pavel Nedvěd, winner of Golden Ball 2004.


  

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2012?  

  • The end of the Mayan calendar did not bring the world apocalypse.
  • Scientists at CERN in Switzerland have announced the discovery of the Higgs Boson, so called God Particle.
  • A journey of Costa Concordia came to a tragic end as the luxury liner striked an underwater rock.
  • A punk prayer performed by members of a protest group named Pussy Riot in the Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior was punished by two-year prison sentence.
  • Chelsea FC with goalkeeper Petr Čech stunned Bayern Munich on penalties in the UEFA Champions League Final.
     

2011 - Sub-hour half marathon for the first time

First man to ever run sub-hour half marathon was Moses Tanui of Kenya in 1993. The Prague Half had to wait until its thirteenth edition in 2011 to see the barrier broken. All thanks to Philemon Limo, the 25 year-old runner finished in 59:30 but was not entirely happy with his performance.

“I wanted to run 10 seconds faster to have the leading world time,” said Limo.

Robert Krupička, the best Czech, completed the race in 14th place.

The women race produced extraordinary times as well. Lydia Cheromei of Kenya finished in 1:07:33 to become the 5th female winner from Kenya in race history. She also improved the event record by a minute and a half.

Even though the race capacity was increased by 12%, all of 9500 bibs were sold out during February.


 

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2011? 

 
 
  • Anders Breivik, the Norwegian extremist, commited a series of terror attacks in Oslo and nearby Utøya island killing 77 people.
  • Next British Head of State prince William got married to Kate Middleton Great Britain once again saw a royal wedding.
  • Less than 40 minutes was enough for the U.S. naval special forces to take down the the most wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden.
  • Sebastian Vettel retained his F1 world championship title and become the youngest two-time winner in history.
  • A tsunami caused by the strongest earthquake in Japanese history destroyed a large part of the coast including the Fukushima nuclear plant.
     

2010 - Golden label for the first time

In 2010 Hervis Prague Half Marathon was awarded the IAAF Road Race Gold Label for the first time. Pace of the race was set by Joel Kemboi Kimurer of Kenya who dropped the leading group at the 8 km mark and set off to chase the event record. At the end he missed the record by a mere 2 seconds.

“The wind costed me,” the winner said. 

The best Czech was 41-year old Robert Štefko (1:06:57) in eleventh place.

Kenyan flags dominated results of the women race as well. Rose Kosgei won a half a minute ahead of her compatriots Florence Chepsoi and Monica Kanyata. The best Czech was Petra Kamínková in seventh place (1:15:52).

Pavel Nedvěd, winner of Golden Ball 2004, finished the race in 1:49:44. 


 

Highlights

 

 

What else happened in 2010? 

  • Seven-times F1 world champion Michael Schumacher announced a comeback after a three year break but did not replicate his previous success.
  • Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea won the Lisboa Half Marathon in 58:23 and set still standing world half marathon record.
  • Smolensk air crash took lives of almost all Polish army commanders and political leaders including president Lech Kaczynski.
  • The eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland volcano, caused flight disruption across Europe.
  • Petra Majdič became a hero of Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. A Slovenian cross-country skier crashed during the warm-up on rocks breaking both ski poles, a ski tip, and sustained four broken ribs along with a pneumothorax but still managed to win the bronze medal.
     

2009 - Kenya triumphant yet again

A sub-hour half marathon was under attack at the eleventh edition of the Prague Half. At the end, the mark was missed just by 7 seconds but time 1:00:07 ran by Koech Nicholas Kiprutto of Kenya was still well under previous event record. But that was not the only extraordinary thing that happened in Prague. 

Kenyan Francis Thuo Karanja, blind since stricken with polio when he was eight, finished in 1:12:02. "I would like to inspire blind people around the world through my sports achievements," Karanja said. The best Czech was Jan Kreisinger in fifteenth place (1:07:08).

The event record was broken in the women race as well thanks to Rosa Kosgei of Kenya (1:09:03). Petra Kamínková, the best Czech runner, finished in tenth (1:15:57)

Runners ran for a good cause as well - famous actor Ivan Trojan and football player Antonín Panenka took part in charity relay.

An exhibition to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Prague International Marathon Ltd. was organised at the Prague airport with pictures from the archive of Dana and Emil Zátopek on display.


 


Highlights

 

What else happened in 2009? 

  • The most expensive transfer in football history was made by Real Madrid. The Spanish side paid Manchester City 80 million pounds for Cristiano Ronaldo.     
  • Following a bird strike an Airbus A320 was forced to crash-land into Hudson River with 155 passengers on board.
  • February heats and strong caused caused the most damaging bushfire in Australian history.
  • The swine flu found its way to Europe. The source was a Spanish tourist coming back from Mexico.
  • No more moonwalking as Michael Jackson died at the age of 50.
     

2008 - The 10th anniversary

The 10th anniversary edition of the Prague Half was awarded the IAAF Silver Label and the starting area was moved in front of the Rudolfinum concert hall. Hopes of record times were shattered by headwinds but Kenyans still ran their own race.

They took first eleven spots and were led by Eliah Muturi Karanja who - in his first international competition ever - finished in 1:02:08.

“I was worried whether I was capable of running at such a big stage but I am very happy that I managed to win,” Karanja said. The best Czech was David Gerych in in thirteenth place (1:08:05).

The women’ race was won by Asha Robi Gigi of Ethiopia Etiopie. Jana Klimešová finished in fifth place (1:21:15).

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2008? 

  • The collapse of banking giant Lehman Brothers trigged the global financial crisis.
  • Beijing Olympics were dominated by Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt who won 3 gold medals and set 3 world records.
  • S. presidential election were won by Democratic candidate Barack Obama.
  • Edmund Hillary, the first man who summited Mount Everest in 1953 (accompanied by sherpa Tenzing Norgay), died at the age of 88.
  • Fernando Torres' goal gave Spain a 1-0 victory over Germany in a  UEFA Euro 2008 final.

 

     

2007 - With a new finishing area

Runners had to endure headwinds on course of the 9th Hervis Prague Half Marathon but managed to break their personal bests nevertheless. The men’s race winner Patrick Ivuti finished in 1:01:00 lowering the event record by 7 seconds. “It was a very tough race but I am satisfied. I’d like to come back next year and improve my time,” said Ivuti in the new finishing area in front of the Rudolfinum concert hall.

Liliya Shobukhova produced a big kick to win the women’s race in 1:11:14. It should be noted that the Russian runner was later in her career banned for doping and her results since October 2009 were annulled.

The top Czech runners were Pavel Faschingbauer in twelth and Petra Kamínková in seventh place. Vladimír Špidla, then a European Commissioner, dipped under two hours.

The total of 4956 runners was yet again a new participant record!

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2007?

  • After 12 years, Jacques Chirac left the Élysée Palace. He was replaced by Nicolas Sarkozy as the President of France.
  • Apple started selling IPhones and Americans slept in front of stores to get the new smartphone.
  • Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU, increasing the number of member states to 27.
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book was released to finish the series of a young wizard.
  • The TGV, the French high speed passenger train, reaches a top speed of 574.8 km/h, breaking the record for the world's fastest conventional train.
     

2006 - Kenyans celebrated April Fools' Day by winning

The 8th edition of the Hervis Prague Half Marathon fell on April Fools' Day and yet again boasted a record number of participants.

The corporate half marathon relay was organised for the first time with almost forty different professions taking part.

Managers, administrative workers and programmers were among those most represented.

The race was - as expected - dominated by Kenyans that swept all but one medal.  Stephen Kibiwott was the men’s winner in 1:01:15. His compatriot Caroline Kwambai produced a thrilling finish to break the event record in 1:10:08. “My time at the 15th km mark gave me a huge boost and the last meters on cobblestones I just gave it all. It was a beautiful race and I am very happy,” said Kwambai.

The top Czech runners were Pavel Faschingbauer in fifth and Jana Klimešová in seventh place.

Highlights

 

What else happened in 2006?

  • A header of Zinédine Zidane in the World Cup final did not hit the ball but the chest of an Italian centre-back Marco Materazzi. The famous French midfielder had to leave the field and Italy won the world on penalties.
  • For war crimes that he committed Saddam Hussein paid with his life.
  • The Montenegrins declared independence from Serbia and therefore new country on the map of Europe emerged.
  • After a 16-year break, a boxing phenomenon  made a comeback on the silver screen.
  • Fidel Castro, leader of Cuba, the Lenin Peace Prize winner and the Order of Klement Gottwald holder, was due to health issues forced to hand power to his brother Raul.
     

2005 - The seventh and again with records

Ideal weather conditions at the start of the 7th Prague Half Marathon attracted a record number of participants.

The event record was broken yet again - this time by 39 seconds - thanks to Kenya's Silus Kirui (1:01:07).  


His namesake Susan Kirui triumphed in the women's race (1:12:49). Third place overall went to Jana Klimešová. The Czech long-distance runner that gave birth to her second child just last year earned her five medal from the Prague Half.

Róbert Štefko, the Czech winner and the best European runner, finished the men's race in 7th place. His time of 1:03:34 qualified him for the World Half Marathon Championships in Edmonton. “I think my time wasn’t anything special. My ambitions are higher than that but given the long winter that affected my training, I am satisfied,” Štefko said.

 

 

Highlights

What else happened in 2005?

    • „Never give up“ said players Liverpool FC. On halftime of the Champions League final they were three goals behind AC Milan. But Liverpool showed turnover and won in the penalty shootout.
    • Hurricane Katrina devastating south USA
    • Crazy Frog recorded the song, releasing it as "Axel F", though it was also known as the "Crazy Frog song"
    • The Pope John Paul II died.
     

2004 - New event record

Joseph Ngeny Kiprotich upgraded the current maximum of compatriot Anthony Coror in 2001 by 23 second.

The sixth year of the Prague Half Marathon was completed by the Prime Minister Vladimír Špidla and the Mayor of Prague Pavel Bém in addition to thousands of runners.



 

"The performance is good, the time too, but the race was badly windy and cold, and the surface did not fit me too much," the winner Kiprotich was complaining on the dice and tram rails. "But otherwise I'm happy," he said.

The best result of the Czech athletes was achieved by Petra Kamínková, who reached the finish in sixth position at 1:14:55. "I'm disappointed, I wanted a limit on the world championship," she said. The October championship in Delhi would have sent her time 1:13

The best Czech man, Pavel Faschingbauer, finished seventh.

 

Highlights

Course map

What else happened in 2004?

  • Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook on February 4th, and it has changed the world forever.
  • The earthquake in the Indian Ocean has caused a series of tsunami waves that killed nearly a quarter of a million people.
  • Michael Phelps, with six Olympic gold medals and two bronzes, has successfully set out to be the best swimmer in history.
  • In Ukraine, the Orange Revolution broke out, the new president of the country eventually became pro-Western Viktor Yushchenko.
  • French manager Arséne Wenger has built one of the best football teams in northern London ever since his Arsenal players stayed unbeatable throughout the season - The Invincibles
     

2003 - New course 

From a traditional participant’s point of view, these changes may seem purely cosmetic. The basic structure of the course hasn’t undergone any significant innovations as far as the traditional route is concerned. Runners are still going to run over the Charles Bridge, through the historic Prague center to Vršovice, Podolí, Smíchov, and back. The biggest changes, however, were made in the Smíchov and Vršovice sections of the tace. This year, the course in Vršovice is going to be shortened while the course in Smíchov will be extended.


In sunny but relatively cold and windy weather, Fred Kiprop from Kenya won in the final meters. The second Italian Gambo defeated for 5 seconds. Among women, the audience, as in 2002, could see a track record. This time, 1:11:03, the Slovenian cross-country woman Helena Javornik has taken care of her.
 

The fifth year was attended by 2 500 runners from 26 countries. Almost 400 participants arrived from the UK.

 

Highlights

Medals for all finishers

What else happened in 2003?

     

2002 - Windy and cold conditions race 

The elite athlets headed a record number of participants - over 2,000 runners, a 30% increase over last year - with women making up approximately 25% of the starting line-up. The largest increase though - roughly 25% - was in the category of male Czech runners.


The windy, cold conditions of the course slowed the elite athlets, possibly by more than a minute. Kenyan runners once again dominated the male field of runners in the Half Marathon, capturing the top four spots. Gloria Marconi won by women and she set new event record (1:12:06).

 

Thousands of spectators who encouraged the racers across the line did not disgust the harsh and mournful cold weather for March. Many of them have found their way to the start and destination area of Kampa, where the PIM Partner Accompanying Action Program has focused. Along the track and audience, they also encouraged various musical groups within the traditional PIM serenade project.

 

Highlights

Václav Klaus, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies

What else happened in 2002?

  • Winter Olympics - Ole Einar Bjørndalen won each of the three men's individual events, as well as participating in the gold-medal winning relay team in biathlon.
  • Adventurer Steve Fossett became the first person to fly the world in a balloon.
  • German ski jumper Sven Hannawald became the first person in history to dominate all races of the legendary Four Hills Tournament.

 

     

2001 - Start on the 14th century Charles Bridge

The third annual Half Marathon Kodak Prague was unique in the world. The start, on Prague’s famous Charles Bridge, was exceptional; nowhere else in the world does a mass sporting event take place directly on a city’s historic monument. Track records, the highest number of participants to date, throngs of happy spectators, miraculously improved weather. What more could one ask for? The decision to move the third annual competition to Prague’s city centre was obviously a successful one.


The race was dominated by runners from Kenya. Antony Korir (1:02:09) arrived first in Kampa, followed by Richard Mutai (1:02:12) and Stephen Arigou (1:02:57). Among the women, Kenya Florence Barsosi won the victory in 1:12:51
 

The race featured high-tech innovations such as online digital photos of runners and, in addition to online diplomas and race results - including split times - participants could have their results sent out by SMS as they crossed the finish line.

 

"I was still a volunteer on race at that time. Before the beginning of the race we got instructions to clear out the Charles Bridge. It was very hard because of sunny weather to direct with other volunteers the amout of turists, who wanted to cross this monument. But at the end everything was solved and the race could start..." says Václav Skřivánek, current race director, about the very first start from Charles Bridge.

Highlights

What else happened in 2001?

     

2000 - For the last time in park

Kenya’s Isaac Kiprono beat Italy’s Danilo Goffi by a mere second in a sprint finish to win the 2000 edition of Half Marathon Kodak Praha in record time at Prague’s Stromovka Park in Saturday, March 25th.

1 300 runners started the ½ Maraton Kodak Praha, out of which 1090 finished.  

Local favourite and last year’s winner Jana Klimešová won the women’s race. The Czech runner improved her previous course record by a minute and twenty-two seconds.

 

"Electricity ceased to exist during the race and we had a few arcs across the track, so we were standing in the pairs and holding them before the electricity started working again. The runners ranged between us just under the arches." Recalls the coordinator of the race Tomas Mirovsky

Highlights

Paper entry form. 

World champion in triple jump and member of the Czech national team Šárka Kašpárková.

What else happened in 2000?

     

1999 - First half marathon through the fun park

Today, Prague International Marathon does not mean just a race organized for top athletes from all around the world, but it is an event targeted also to thousand of occassional runners or fans of running. To achieve this the organizers of the PIM include new events, entertainment and contest in the race very year. The 1999 edition is no exception. You have probably noticed the latest addition, the ½ Marathon Kodak Praha race which took place in March, part of the Czecho-Slovak Running Cup. The participation in that event exceeded one thousand. The idea of enlarging the running meny by a course leading through Výstaviště and Stromovka proved to be successful.

 
The biggest news in PIM’s 1999 menu was the race held on Saturday, March 13, at Výstaviště with the name ½ Maraton Kodak Praha (21,0975 km). The race was dedicated especially to Czech long distance runners, but was open also to runners of all abilities. The half-marathon started the spring running season and together with traditional Matějská fair at Výstaviště opened a new celebration of spring the capital of the Czech Republic.

   
On the first place finished Ali Ezayedi (1:04:48) from Lebanon. The fastes women was Jana Klimešová (1:15:39).

 

 

 

Highlights

Paper entry form. Only one way how to register to the race.

 Old school design of our websites www.pim.cz

World and European champion and member of the Czech national team Ludmila Formanová.

What else happened in 1999?

    • Kosovo war.
    • Champions League Final takes place at the Camp Nou Stadium, Barcelona in which the English side Manchester United defeats the German side Bayern Munich 2-1.
    • The euro was established.
    • A National Geographic Society press conference reveals the fossil of Archaeoraptor (which is later found to be a forgery).
    • Sci-fi hit The Matrix was released in theaters and became a box office success making one of the most biggest blockbusters of all time.

     




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