The Moscow Marathon 2014, which took place on September 21, gathered more than 9,500 participants, twice as many as the previous year.

Solomon Kibet Barngetuni set a new course record at 2 hours, 17 minutes, 23 seconds. He beat the previous record by nearly two full minutes, finishing ahead of second-place Sergey Zyryanov (2:19:37) and third-place Sergey Marchuk (2:19:48). A 34-year-old Kazakh Irina Smolnikova won the Moscow Marathon for the second time with an official time of 2:40:22.

Information about Moscow Marathon 2015 will be updated later.

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