Page wins Laguna Phuket Marathon

Posted on June 10, 2013

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Michael Page of Great Britain won the Laguna Phuket International Marathon 2013 this weekend, completing the 42km circuit in 2 hours 41 minutes and 2 seconds.

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Panom Khansamol of Thailand placed third with a time of 02:58:23.

Naomi Ochiai of Japan was the first woman to round the course, with a time of 03:19:38.

Fellow Japanese national Fumie Terahata placed second with a time of 03:27:34, followed by Ninik Sugiwati of Indonesia, who ran a course time of 03:34:48.

Jackson Kibet Kenei of Kenya won the 21km Half Marathon, crossing the line in 01:15:45.

Hot on his heels was Absolute World Ambassador Jaray Jearanai of Thailand and Asle Slettemoen of Norway, who raced stride by stride for the line.

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Jaray won the sprint, crossing the finish line with a course time of 01:19:01 – less than 2 seconds ahead of Slettemoen (01:20:51).

Veronique Messina of France claimed top honors across the Half Marathon women’s categories with a time of 01:35:54.

Close behind was Laainam Chaipornkaew of Thailand (01:36:33), followed by Kathrin Puff of Germany (01:38:39).

More than 4,000 runners took part in the Laguna Phuket event today, which also included a 10.5km Run, a 5km Walk and a 2km Kids Run for 12 years old and under.

For full results, visit the Laguna Phuket Marathon website results page (click here).

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