Portugal Half Marathon

Not to be confused with Lisbon Half Marathon.

Portugal Half Marathon is an annual half marathon contested every September in Lisbon, Portugal.

A new, faster course was established for the race in 2010 and 25 km record holder Mary Keitany duly responded by setting a women's course record of 1:08:46.[1] She returned the following year and defended her title in another women's course record of 1:07:54 hours, while Silas Sang had his third victory in the men's competition.[2]


Key:   Course record

Edition Year Men's winner Nationality Time
Women's winner Nationality Time
16th 2015 Nguse Amlosom  Eritrea 1:02:38 Beatrice Mutai  Kenya 1:09:50
15th 2014 Stephen Kibet  Kenya 1:01:06 Purity Rionoripo  Kenya 1:11:02
14th[3] 2013 Wilson Kiprop  Kenya 1:00:19 Valeria Straneo  Italy 1:09:21
13th 2012 Martin Lel  Kenya 1:01:28 Priscah Jeptoo  Kenya 1:10:32
12th 2011 Silas Sang  Kenya 1:01:13 Mary Keitany  Kenya 1:07:54
11th 2010 Tadese Tola  Ethiopia 1:01:05 Mary Keitany  Kenya 1:08:46
10th 2009 Silas Sang  Kenya 1:00:20 Helena Kirop  Kenya 1:10:26
9th 2008 Silas Sang  Kenya 1:01:28 Rita Jeptoo  Kenya 1:09:48
8th 2007 Emmanuel Mutai  Kenya 1:01:54 Bezunesh Bekele  Ethiopia 1:10:20
7th 2006 Robert Cheruiyot  Kenya 1:02:51 Pamela Chepchumba  Kenya 1:11:07
6th 2005 Martin Lel  Kenya 1:01:37 Rose Cheruiyot  Kenya 1:12:49
5th 2004 William Kiplagat  Kenya 1:01:38 Margaret Okayo  Kenya 1:09:53
4th 2003 Hendrick Ramaala  South Africa 1:02:10 Derartu Tulu  Ethiopia 1:11:30
3rd 2002 Felix Limo  Kenya 1:02:05 Margaret Okayo  Kenya 1:09:51
2nd 2001 David Makori  Kenya 1:02:18 Fatuma Roba  Ethiopia 1:10:29
1st 2000 David Makori  Kenya 1:01:40 Derartu Tulu  Ethiopia 1:09:09


  1. Fernandes, António Manuel (2010-09-26). Tola and Keitany romp to Half Marathon victories in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-09-27.
  2. Fernandes, Antonio Manuel (2011-09-25). Keitany smashes race record in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-09-30.
  3. Minshull, Phil (2013-10-06). Wilson Kiprop sets course record at Half Marathon of Portugal in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-06.

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