Statistics

Data to support this page is under development. Please check back regularly as this project continues.

4311 of 17188 records still to be updated.
(74.9% complete)

All statistics are based on information taken from our database. Runners who have not provided their complete list of marathons may not be correctly reflected in the statistics.

Please forward your complete list of marathons to fickelab@hotmail.com for inclusion.

First to 100 Fastest to 100   Personal Best

2010 Rotorua Medoc
2010 Rotorua Marathon, New Zealand
Julia's 100th!

First Australian to 100 Marathons

Male

12-09-1981Jim CrawfordTraralgon Marathon
11-06-1989Gerry RileyTraralgon Marathon
11-06-1989Peter LoganTraralgon Marathon
14-10-1990Stan MiskinQantas Melbourne Marathon
21-06-1992Bernie BrennanTraralgon Marathon
23-08-1992Chris StephensonMcDonnell Douglas Cities Marathon
23-08-1992Grahame KerruishMcDonnell Douglas Cities Marathon
07-02-1993Michihito MuroiBeppu-Ouita Mainchi Marathon
25-06-1995George SodbinowCities Marathon
09-06-1996Corrie DavelKempsey Marathon
05-10-1997Peter BryarActive For Life Melbourne Marathon
02-11-1997Peter GrayPort Of Portland 3 Bays Marathon
19-04-1998Bob FickelNew Balance Canberra Marathon
19-04-1998Dennis CunniffeNew Balance Canberra Marathon
10-10-1999Ken MatchettActive For Life Melbourne Marathon
06-05-2002John ZeleznikowBelfast Marathon
06-07-2003Kelvin MarshallGold Coast Airport Marathon
21-11-2004Dave StylesThredbo Marathon
08-07-2007Jim BarnesPerth Marathon
29-07-2007Steel BeveridgeWestlink M7 Cities Marathon
05-08-2007Bruce HargreavesTony Ireland Holden Townsville Marathon
23-09-2007Dusan HoraBlackmores Sydney Running Festival Marathon
27-07-2008David ElliottWestlink M7 Cities Marathon
12-10-2008Lester SmithSamsung Melbourne Marathon
19-10-2008Stephen DunnBrooks Rottnest Marathon
19-04-2009Ray JamesAsics Canberra Marathon
30-08-2009Brian GawneShepparton Runners Club Marathon
11-10-2009Brian GloverSt George Melbourne Marathon
18-09-2011Steve MifsudBlackmores Sydney Running Festival Marathon
01-07-2012Rick PatzoldGold Coast Airport Marathon
14-10-2012David CanningsMedibank Melbourne Marathon
14-10-2012Paul Crouch-ChiversMedibank Melbourne Marathon
24-03-2013Trent MorrowOakland Running Festival
07-07-2013Gary PattrickGold Coast Airport Marathon
25-08-2013Doug KewleyAthletes Foot Adelaide Marathon
08-06-2014Peter McKenzieMacleay River Marathon
12-10-2014Peter BlackMedibank Melbourne Marathon
26-10-2014Mick FrancisBrooks Rottnest Marathon
12-04-2015Chris GambleCanberra Marathon
26-04-2015Michael EllingsenVirgin Money London Marathon
18-04-2016Peter TrumperBoston Marathon
09-09-2016Peter MahoneyWhite Balloon Day Coastal Marathon (6am)
11-12-2016Oliver CareyCanberra Summer Marathon
26-06-2017Chris GlackenBravehearts 777 Day 1

Female

01-05-2010Julia ThornLion Foundation Rotorua Marathon
16-09-2012Jane TrumperBlackmores Sydney Running Festival Marathon
14-04-2013Jane SturzakerCanberra Marathon
18-10-2015Cheryl SymonsMedibank Melbourne Marathon
18-12-2016Karin TappourasPort Loop Coastal Marathon

First Australian to 200 Marathons

Male

06-06-1998Grahame KerruishKempsey Marathon
25-06-2006Corrie DavelHarbour Capital Marathon
31-05-2009Peter GraySri Chinmoy Running Festival Marathon
13-06-2010Bob FickelMacleay River Marathon
29-11-2013Trent MorrowGrandpa's Wishbone Run Marathon
12-04-2015Ray JamesCanberra Marathon
05-06-2016Dave StylesTraralgon Marathon
03-07-2016Rick PatzoldGold Coast Airport Marathon

Female

06-12-2015Julia ThornMaraton Malaga
16-10-2016Jane SturzakerMedibank Melbourne Marathon
15-11-2016Jane TrumperSouthwest Series Day 2

First Australian to 300 Marathons

Male

12-06-2005Grahame KerruishMacleay River Marathon
24-01-2016Trent MorrowMiami Marathon

Female


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Club Rules

All marathons must be:
1. Official Marathons;
2. 42.195km distance; and
3. Completed in a single stage.

Marathons may be on-road or off-road & must meet the above criteria.

Official Marathons

An event where:
1. It is advertised in advance as a marathon;
2. It has a registration process;
3. It has a Race Director;
4. It has published results; and
5. There is a minimum of 3 finishers.

Ultra Marathons

If you run an ultra marathon you cannot count the marathon distance of it as a marathon. Ultra marathons will be listed separately to marathons.

Examples:
1. Canberra Marathon 50km;
2. Six Foot Track Marathon;