1992 Boston Marathon

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96th Boston Marathon
Venue Boston, United States
DatesApril 20
Champions
Men Ibrahim Hussein (2:08:14)
Women Olga Markova (2:23:43)
  1991
1993  

The 1992 Boston Marathon was the 96th running of the annual marathon race in Boston, United States, which was held on April 20. The elite men's race was won by Kenya's Ibrahim Hussein in a time of 2:08:14 hours and the women's race was won by Russia's Olga Markova in 2:23:43.

Contents

A total of 8123 runners finished the race, 6562 men and 1561 women.

Results

Men

PositionAthleteNationalityTime
Gold medal icon.svg Ibrahim Hussein Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:08:14
Silver medal icon.svg Joaquim Pinheiro Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 2:10:39
Bronze medal icon.svg Andrés Espinosa Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:10:44
4 Juma Ikangaa Flag of Tanzania.svg  Tanzania 2:11:44
5 Joseildo da Silva Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2:11:53
6 Boniface Merande Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:12:23
7 Jose Carlos da Silva Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2:12:25
8 Abebe Mekonnen Flag of Ethiopia.svg  Ethiopia 2:13:09
9 Inocencio Miranda Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:13:14
10 Tesfaye Tafa Flag of Ethiopia.svg  Ethiopia 2:13:36
11 Steve Jones Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 2:13:55
12 Andrzej Witczak Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2:14:06
13 Yuichiro Osuda Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:14:54
14 Carlos Grisales Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 2:15:09
15 Delmir Alves Dos Santos Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2:16:21
16 Alejandro Cruz Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:16:31
17 Pierre Lévisse Flag of France.svg  France 2:16:46
18 Juma Mnyampanda Flag of Tanzania.svg  Tanzania 2:16:49
19 Doug Kurtis Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:17:03
20 Randy Haas Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:17:36
21 Artemio Navarro Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:17:48
22 Mats Erixon Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 2:18:06
23 Pekka Roto Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 2:18:29
24 Isao Saito Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:18:49
25 Dennis Simonaitis Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:18:59

Women

PositionAthleteNationalityTime
Gold medal icon.svg Olga Markova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:23:43
Silver medal icon.svg Yoshiko Yamamoto Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:26:26
Bronze medal icon.svg Uta Pippig Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 2:27:12
4 Manuela Machado Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 2:27:42
5 Małgorzata Birbach Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2:28:11
6 Wanda Panfil Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2:29:29
7 Irina Bogacheva Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan 2:32:45
8 Odette Lapierre Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2:34:19
9 Ritva Lemettinen Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 2:34:30
10 Jane Welzel Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:36:21
11 Satoe Minegishi Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:37:13
12 Anne Roden Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 2:37:37
13 Judit Földing-Nagy Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 2:38:33
14 Laura Dewald Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:39:22
15 Gabrielle O'Rourke Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 2:39:36
16 Bernardine Portenski Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 2:39:56
17 Gillian Horovitz Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom 2:40:52
18 Petra Guevara Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:41:04
19 Ena Guevara Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 2:41:48
20 Noriko Kawaguchi Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:43:11
21 Raisa Smekhnova Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 2:43:46
22 Aurelia Dejesus Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2:43:46
23 Chie Matsuda Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2:45:41
24 Barbara Adkins Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:48:21
25 Judy Mercon Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:48:24

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