2003 Boston Marathon

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107th Boston Marathon
Venue Boston, United States
DatesApril 21
Champions
Men Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot (2:10:11)
Women Svetlana Zakharova (2:25:20)
  2002
2004  

The 2003 Boston Marathon was the 107th running of the annual marathon race in Boston, United States and was held on April 21. The elite men's race was won by Kenya's Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot in a time of 2:10:11 hours and the women's race was won by Russia's Svetlana Zakharova in 2:25:20.

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Results

Men

PositionAthleteNationalityTime
Gold medal icon.svg Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:10:11
Silver medal icon.svg Benjamin Kimutai Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:10:34
Bronze medal icon.svg Martin Lel Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:11:11
4 Timothy Cherigat Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:11:28
5 Christopher Cheboiboch Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:12:45
6 Fedor Ryzhov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:15:29
7 Rodgers Rop Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:16:14
8 David Busienei Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:16:16
9 Elly Rono Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:17:00
10 Eddy Hellebuyck Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:17:18
11 Laban Kipkemboi Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:17:50
12 Silvio Guerra Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador 2:18:31
13 Karl Rasmussen Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 2:18:55
14 Salvatore Bettiol Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2:22:06
15 Diego Colorado Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 2:23:59
16 Wiesław Perszke Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2:29:00
17 Gennadiy Temnikov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:29:56
18 Ken Pliska Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:30:12
19 Robert Dickie Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:30:21
20 James Lander Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:30:25

Women

PositionAthleteNationalityTime
Gold medal icon.svg Svetlana Zakharova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:25:20
Silver medal icon.svg Lyubov Denisova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:26:51
Bronze medal icon.svg Joyce Chepchumba Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:27:20
4 Margaret Okayo Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:27:39
5 Marla Runyan Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:30:28
6 Albina Mayorova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:30:57
7 Firaya Sultanova-Zhdanova Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2:31:30
8 Milena Glusac Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:37:32
9 Jill Gaitenby Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:38:19
10 Esther Kiplagat Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 2:38:43
11 Gitte Karlshøj Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 2:40:52
12 Emily Levan Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:41:37
13 Alysun Deckert Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:47:19
14 Maribel Burgos Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico 2:48:03
15 Cori Mooney Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2:48:29

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