1990

Race General Information

Race ID 8
Title 1990
Year 1990
Race Athletes Start 35
Race Athletes Finish 35
Race Start 1990-09-28 07:00:00
Registration Start 1990-01-28 07:00:00
Registration End 1990-03-28 07:00:00

Participants

# Full Name #BIB Athlete Number Nationality
1 Gevaert Gilbert 0 Belgium
2 Zarei James 0 unknown
3 Leinonen Seppo Tapio 0 Finland
4 Larsson Rune 0 Sweden
5 Verdonck William 0 Belgium
6 Van Tichelen Leo 0 Belgium
7 Edmondson Torence 0 unknown
8 Hanudel-Larsson Mary 0 unknown
9 Kouros Yiannis 0 Hellas
10 Macke Patrick 0 United Kingdom
11 Bogar Janos 0 Hungary
12 Meadowcroft Robert 0 unknown
13 Pirrung Roy 0 unknown
14 Courtillon Max 0 France
15 Muramatsu Tatsuya 0 Japan
16 Kapsomenakis Petros 0 Hellas
17 Sonntag Werner 0 Germany
18 Hari Gyula 0 Hungary
19 Ballon Dirk 29 Belgium
20 Bueno Jean-Luc 58 France
21 Busicos George 60 Hellas
22 Choi Donald 75 unknown
23 Deguilhem Anne-Marie 94 France
24 Jonckheere Rik 264 Belgium
25 Lespinas Auguste 375 France
26 Mahe Pascale 410 France
27 Maidana Aldarberto 411 Argentina
28 Mainix Gilbert 413 France
29 Milanovic Milan 457 Switzerland
30 Molnar Mihaly 466 Hungary
31 Norton James 510 unknown
32 Rapolti Gyula 592 Hungary
33 Russias Pierre 621 France
34 Yamaguchi Tadatoshi 803 Japan
35 Yoshikawa Setsurou 813 Japan

Race Finishers

# Full Name #BIB Athlete Number Nationality Finish DateTime Finish Time
1 Kouros Yiannis 0 Hellas 1990-09-29 03:29:04 20:29:04
2 Macke Patrick 0 United Kingdom 1990-09-29 06:08:41 23:08:41
3 Bogar Janos 0 Hungary 1990-09-29 07:49:19 24:49:19
4 Larsson Rune 0 Sweden 1990-09-29 08:32:55 25:32:55
5 Mainix Gilbert 413 France 1990-09-29 09:20:29 26:20:29
6 Pirrung Roy 0 unknown 1990-09-29 11:33:02 28:33:02
7 Leinonen Seppo Tapio 0 Finland 1990-09-29 11:37:04 28:37:04
8 Zarei James 0 unknown 1990-09-29 12:49:33 29:49:33
9 Edmondson Torence 0 unknown 1990-09-29 12:49:33 29:49:33
10 Verdonck William 0 Belgium 1990-09-29 13:47:28 30:47:28
11 Lespinas Auguste 375 France 1990-09-29 13:59:27 30:59:27
12 Russias Pierre 621 France 1990-09-29 14:11:10 31:11:10
13 Bueno Jean-Luc 58 France 1990-09-29 14:40:11 31:40:11
14 Gevaert Gilbert 0 Belgium 1990-09-29 14:49:00 31:49:00
15 Norton James 510 unknown 1990-09-29 14:56:31 31:56:31
16 Courtillon Max 0 France 1990-09-29 15:48:05 32:48:05
17 Busicos George 60 Hellas 1990-09-29 16:10:23 33:10:23
18 Rapolti Gyula 592 Hungary 1990-09-29 16:23:20 33:23:20
19 Muramatsu Tatsuya 0 Japan 1990-09-29 16:28:23 33:28:23
20 Deguilhem Anne-Marie 94 France 1990-09-29 17:07:41 34:07:41
21 Yamaguchi Tadatoshi 803 Japan 1990-09-29 17:10:29 34:10:29
22 Meadowcroft Robert 0 unknown 1990-09-29 17:16:22 34:16:22
23 Milanovic Milan 457 Switzerland 1990-09-29 17:28:46 34:28:46
24 Choi Donald 75 unknown 1990-09-29 17:45:46 34:45:46
25 Kapsomenakis Petros 0 Hellas 1990-09-29 17:51:05 34:51:05
26 Hanudel-Larsson Mary 0 unknown 1990-09-29 17:59:45 34:59:45
27 Van Tichelen Leo 0 Belgium 1990-09-29 18:06:41 35:06:41
28 Ballon Dirk 29 Belgium 1990-09-29 18:06:41 35:06:41
29 Maidana Aldarberto 411 Argentina 1990-09-29 18:08:03 35:08:03
30 Hari Gyula 0 Hungary 1990-09-29 18:10:50 35:10:50
31 Yoshikawa Setsurou 813 Japan 1990-09-29 18:16:53 35:16:53
32 Mahe Pascale 410 France 1990-09-29 18:35:03 35:35:03
33 Sonntag Werner 0 Germany 1990-09-29 18:37:01 35:37:01
34 Molnar Mihaly 466 Hungary 1990-09-29 18:38:44 35:38:44
35 Jonckheere Rik 264 Belgium 1990-09-29 18:42:07 35:42:07

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Described as the world's most grueling race, the Spartathlon runs over rough tracks and muddy paths (often it rains during the race), crosses vineyards and olive groves, climbs steep hillsides and, most challenging of all, takes the runners on the 1,200 meter ascent and descent of Mount Parthenio in the dead of night.
This is the mountain, covered with rocks and bushes, on which it is said Pheidippides met the god Pan.

Spartathlon is the event that brings this deed to attention today by drawing a legend out of the depths of history. The idea for its creation is belongs to John Foden, a British RAF Wing Commander. As a lover of Greece and student of ancient Greek history, Foden stopped his reading of Herodotus' narration regarding Pheidippides, puzzled and wondering if a modern man could cover the distance from Athens to Sparta, i.e. 250 kms, within 36 hours.

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