|Three Hearts Marathon|
|Distance||Marathon, Half marathon, 10K run, 5K run|
|Course records||Men's: 2:15:26 (2006)|
Women's: 2:38:33 (2000)
|Official site||Three Hearts Marathon|
Three Hearts Marathon (Slovene : Maraton treh src) is a marathon, organised in Radenci in Slovenia. It has been taking place since 1981 and attracts several thousand people each year. In addition to the marathon, a half marathon (21 km), recreative running (10 km) and a course for juniors and teenagers are organised.
The event was the Slovenian national championships race from 1992 to 1998 and has hosted the national race in even-numbered years since then, now sharing the honour with the Ljubljana Marathon.
The 2020 edition of the race was postponed to 2021.05.15 due to the coronavirus pandemic, with registrants having the option of obtaining a refund.
Key: Course record
|Year||Men's winner||Time (h:m:s)||Women's winner||Time (h:m:s)|
|2020||postponed to 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic|
|2019||Moses Kipruto (KEN)||2:19:12||Hellen Kimutai (KEN)||2:50:14|
|2018||Daniel Chebolei (KEN)||2:19:02||Yunes Moraa (KEN)||2:44:22|
|2017||Joel Maina (KEN)||2:21:50||Gladys Biwott (KEN)||2:51:31|
|2016||Samson Kagia (KEN)||2:26:27||Hellen Kimutai (KEN)||2:47:59|
|2015||Silas Too (KEN)||2:16:20||Gladys Biwott (KEN)||2:40:14|
|2014||Elisha Sawe (KEN)||2:19:16||Tünde Szabó (HUN)||2:44:35|
|2013||Elisha Sawe (KEN)||2:25:46||Daniela Cârlan (ROM)||2:41:55|
|2012||Mitja Kosovelj (SLO)||2:22:09||Marija Vrajić (CRO)||2:57:33|
|2011||Edwin Kibowen (KEN)||2:33:35||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:48:02|
|2010||Joshua Kurui (KEN)||2:19:38||Daneja Grandovec (SLO)||2:47:10|
|2009||Mitja Kosovelj (SLO)||2:23:10||Neža Mravlje (SLO)||3:04:35|
|2008||Silas Rutto (KEN)||2:24:45||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:39:23|
|2007||Moses Kitum (KEN)||2:20:15||Ida Kovács (HUN)||2:50:14|
|2006||David Biwott (KEN)||2:15:26||Ida Kovacs (HUN)||2:45:50|
|2005||Jonathan Kipsaina (KEN)||2:20:47||Jožica Šiftar (SLO)||3:38:56|
|2004||Joachim Nshimirimana (BDI)||2:18:35||Margaret Chepkosgei (KEN)||2:42:29|
|2003||William Kiprotich (KEN)||2:17:45||Ida Šurbek (SLO)||2:48:27|
|2002||Roman Kejžar (SLO)||2:25:17||Ida Kovacs (HUN)||2:43:33|
|2001||Anatoliy Archakov (RUS)||2:22:57||Ida Kovacs (HUN)||3:09:47|
|2000||Mikhail Romanov (RUS)||2:16:20||Gigliola Borghini (ITA)||2:38:33|
|1999||Roman Kejžar (SLO)||2:18:58||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:39:50|
|1998||Charles Subano (KEN)||2:20:38||Anica Živkovič (SLO)||2:47:57|
|1997||Charles Subano (KEN)||2:19:28||Silva Vivod (SLO)||2:54:37|
|1996||Mirko Vindiš (SLO)||2:29:47||Eniko Fehrer (HUN)||2:56:27|
|1995||Janos Szeman (HUN)||2:31:55||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:51:33|
|1994||Mirko Vindiš (SLO)||2:21:08||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:49:35|
|1993||Mirko Vindiš (SLO)||2:24:55||Helena Javornik (SLO)||2:52:40|
|1992||Srečo Končina (SLO)||2:29:15||Olga Grm (SLO)||3:09:47|
|1991||Josef Pulai (HUN)||2:35:34||Olga Grm (YUG)||3:09:50|
|1990||Marko Dovjak (YUG)||2:34:42||Olga Grm (YUG)||3:15:15|
|1989||Milan Jankovič (YUG)||2:44:10||Olga Grm (YUG)||3:24:10|
|1988||Milan Jankovič (YUG)||2:46:10||Olga Grm (YUG)||3:28:10|
|1987||Marjan Krempl (YUG)||2:38:22||Rezi Filipič (YUG)||3:39:17|
|1986||Dušan Mravlje (YUG)||2:34:31||Rezi Filipič (YUG)||3:28:16|
|1985||Pavel Močnik (YUG)||2:34:31||Rezi Filipič (YUG)||3:39:21|
|1984||Marko Dovjak (YUG)||2:36:34||Maja Kristl (YUG)||3:29:36|
|1983||Marko Dovjak (YUG)||2:50:42||Tatjana Jesenko (YUG)||3:37:10|
|1982||Janez Falež (YUG)||2:38:51||Modic Tina (YUG)||4:01:43|
|1981||Milan Kotnik (YUG)||2:48:29||Tatjana Goleš (YUG)||4:14:40|
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