1995

Race General Information

Race ID 13
Title 1995
Year 1995
Race Athletes Start 58
Race Athletes Finish 58
Race Start 1995-09-28 07:00:00
Registration Start 1995-01-25 07:00:00
Registration End 1995-03-25 07:00:00

Participants

# Full Name #BIB Athlete Number Nationality
1 Okiyama Kenji 0 Japan
2 Nemes Attila 0 Hungary
3 Backhaus Helga 0 Germany
4 Sugawara Tatsuo 0 Japan
5 Watanabe Fukuyoshi 0 Japan
6 Lespinas Auguste 0 France
7 Jordan Edgar 0 Austria
8 Zarei James 0 unknown
9 Fournaris Marios 0 Hellas
10 Castagnoli Mario 0 Italy
11 Sipos Istvan 0 Hungary
12 Cruells Andre 0 France
13 Takahashi Yoshikazu 0 Japan
14 Yamamoto Isamu 0 Japan
15 Roether Wolfgang 0 Germany
16 Lapeyrigne Jean-Claude 0 France
17 Slinn John 0 United Kingdom
18 Araya Mitsuo 0 Japan
19 Yoshikoshi Miyako 0 Japan
20 Onoki Jun 0 Japan
21 Yoshikoshi Osamu 0 Japan
22 Millner Norbert 0 Austria
23 Williams Mark 0 unknown
24 Meyer Hans J. 0 Germany
25 Jaouen Jean-Benoit 0 France
26 Kikuchi Takashi 0 Japan
27 Okubo Koichi 0 Japan
28 Schmidt Reinhard 0 Germany
29 Ishikura Masami 0 Japan
30 Anglim Mick 8 unknown
31 Chalkias Vassilis 73 Hellas
32 Collins Tony 77 Australia
33 Dammekens Wilson 88 Belgium
34 Dudek Edward 108 unknown
35 Foxall Peter Leslie 154 United Kingdom
36 Noto (Funada) Kimie 161 Japan
37 Ikeda Kazuyoshi 237 Japan
38 Kagawa Masumi 272 Japan
39 Knol Wimbart 307 unknown
40 Kodaira Sachio 310 Japan
41 Kopp Joachim 313 Germany
42 Kuhne Thomas 329 Germany
43 Ludwig Manfred 386 Germany
44 Mcdonnald Don 430 Ireland
45 Nogami Osamu 508 Japan
46 Novikov Vladimir 511 unknown
47 Nussbaum Rudolf 515 Germany
48 Ogawa Masatoshi 520 Japan
49 Orlovs Alexander 556 Latvia
50 Rittel Karl-Ludwig 608 Germany
51 Robinson Nigel 609 Germany
52 Rochotte Christophe 610 France
53 Sagawa Tsutomu 622 Japan
54 Sambalis John 633 Hellas
55 Smith Bryan 685 Australia
56 Sorensen Karsten 688 Germany
57 Toyryla Tero 737 Finland
58 Wessiak Walther 787 Austria

Race Finishers

# Full Name #BIB Athlete Number Nationality Finish DateTime Finish Time
1 Zarei James 0 unknown 1995-09-29 08:59:42 25:59:42
2 Chalkias Vassilis 73 Hellas 1995-09-29 10:49:46 27:49:46
3 Smith Bryan 685 Australia 1995-09-29 11:12:24 28:12:24
4 Dudek Edward 108 unknown 1995-09-29 12:18:24 29:18:24
5 Okiyama Kenji 0 Japan 1995-09-29 12:25:36 29:25:36
6 Backhaus Helga 0 Germany 1995-09-29 12:33:00 29:33:00
7 Lapeyrigne Jean-Claude 0 France 1995-09-29 13:03:09 30:03:09
8 Cruells Andre 0 France 1995-09-29 13:03:09 30:03:09
9 Sorensen Karsten 688 Germany 1995-09-29 13:57:40 30:57:40
10 Kikuchi Takashi 0 Japan 1995-09-29 14:06:21 31:06:21
11 Araya Mitsuo 0 Japan 1995-09-29 14:07:45 31:07:45
12 Onoki Jun 0 Japan 1995-09-29 14:22:52 31:22:52
13 Roether Wolfgang 0 Germany 1995-09-29 14:39:37 31:39:37
14 Ikeda Kazuyoshi 237 Japan 1995-09-29 14:50:00 31:50:00
15 Wessiak Walther 787 Austria 1995-09-29 14:54:21 31:54:21
16 Ludwig Manfred 386 Germany 1995-09-29 14:59:08 31:59:08
17 Sagawa Tsutomu 622 Japan 1995-09-29 15:01:09 32:01:09
18 Kuhne Thomas 329 Germany 1995-09-29 15:03:03 32:03:03
19 Collins Tony 77 Australia 1995-09-29 15:27:10 32:27:10
20 Jordan Edgar 0 Austria 1995-09-29 15:27:10 32:27:10
21 Watanabe Fukuyoshi 0 Japan 1995-09-29 15:52:58 32:52:58
22 Robinson Nigel 609 Germany 1995-09-29 16:06:30 33:06:30
23 Williams Mark 0 unknown 1995-09-29 16:06:30 33:06:30
24 Dammekens Wilson 88 Belgium 1995-09-29 16:14:29 33:14:29
25 Okubo Koichi 0 Japan 1995-09-29 16:15:30 33:15:30
26 Toyryla Tero 737 Finland 1995-09-29 16:24:13 33:24:13
27 Schmidt Reinhard 0 Germany 1995-09-29 16:26:47 33:26:47
28 Lespinas Auguste 0 France 1995-09-29 16:28:08 33:28:08
29 Millner Norbert 0 Austria 1995-09-29 16:39:08 33:39:08
30 Sipos Istvan 0 Hungary 1995-09-29 16:40:43 33:40:43
31 Knol Wimbart 307 unknown 1995-09-29 16:46:15 33:46:15
32 Yoshikoshi Miyako 0 Japan 1995-09-29 16:47:52 33:47:52
33 Yoshikoshi Osamu 0 Japan 1995-09-29 16:47:52 33:47:52
34 Novikov Vladimir 511 unknown 1995-09-29 16:54:16 33:54:16
35 Rochotte Christophe 610 France 1995-09-29 16:55:49 33:55:49
36 Orlovs Alexander 556 Latvia 1995-09-29 17:02:19 34:02:19
37 Anglim Mick 8 unknown 1995-09-29 17:05:36 34:05:36
38 Castagnoli Mario 0 Italy 1995-09-29 17:05:36 34:05:36
39 Nussbaum Rudolf 515 Germany 1995-09-29 17:08:50 34:08:50
40 Ishikura Masami 0 Japan 1995-09-29 17:18:00 34:18:00
41 Sugawara Tatsuo 0 Japan 1995-09-29 17:21:49 34:21:49
42 Kodaira Sachio 310 Japan 1995-09-29 17:26:46 34:26:46
43 Meyer Hans J. 0 Germany 1995-09-29 17:34:28 34:34:28
44 Jaouen Jean-Benoit 0 France 1995-09-29 17:36:08 34:36:08
45 Nemes Attila 0 Hungary 1995-09-29 17:39:33 34:39:33
46 Nogami Osamu 508 Japan 1995-09-29 17:47:19 34:47:19
47 Foxall Peter Leslie 154 United Kingdom 1995-09-29 17:53:01 34:53:01
48 Noto (Funada) Kimie 161 Japan 1995-09-29 17:53:34 34:53:34
49 Ogawa Masatoshi 520 Japan 1995-09-29 17:58:59 34:58:59
50 Fournaris Marios 0 Hellas 1995-09-29 18:03:37 35:03:37
51 Sambalis John 633 Hellas 1995-09-29 18:07:31 35:07:31
52 Mcdonnald Don 430 Ireland 1995-09-29 18:10:04 35:10:04
53 Rittel Karl-Ludwig 608 Germany 1995-09-29 18:10:59 35:10:59
54 Kopp Joachim 313 Germany 1995-09-29 18:13:38 35:13:38
55 Kagawa Masumi 272 Japan 1995-09-29 18:15:33 35:15:33
56 Yamamoto Isamu 0 Japan 1995-09-29 18:16:50 35:16:50
57 Takahashi Yoshikazu 0 Japan 1995-09-29 18:52:04 35:52:04
58 Slinn John 0 United Kingdom 1995-09-29 18:59:33 35:59:33

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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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