The fastest woman to ever run a marathon is Paula Radcliffe of Great Britain (2:15:25) at London 2003. The fastest man to run a marathon is Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya (2:03:02) at Boston 2011.
2:15:25 is the answer
The fastest marathon ever run is 2 hours, 3 minutes and 02 seconds - set by Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai on April 18th 2011 at the Boston Marathon.
The average mile split for the world record holder in the marathon is 4:43 per mile.
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The fastest marathon in Olympic history was run by Samuel Wanjiru of Kenya in a time of 2 hours, 6 minutes, 32 seconds by at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Margaret okayo ( Kenya ) 2-20-43..2002
The men's record in the London Marathon was set in 2011 by Emmanuel Mutai in a time of 2:04:38.
The fastest mile a female human has run was run in 4 minutes and 12.56 seconds by Svetlana Masterkova of Russia, on August 14, 1996 in Zürich, Switzerland.
well the fastest maraton run was in 2h03:59 by Haile Gebrselassie of Ethiopia. 2h03:59 converts to 123m59s which converts further to 7439seconds. divide by 26 as there are 26miles in a marathon and you get 286.115 to 3 decimal places
Geoffrey Mutai ran the Boston marathon in 2:03. Fastest recorded time for a marathon to date.
No-one has ever ran under 2 hours for a marathon! The fastest ever man has done it in 2:03 and the fastest woman in 2:15
A marathon is a measure of distance not time.
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2 hours 15 min
Wilson Kipsang of Kenya ran the world's fastest marathon time. His time was 2:03:23 and it was in the Berlin marathon of 2013
The fastest men's time recorded at London was run in 2011 by Emmanuel Mutai in a time of 2:04:40.
How many miles are run in a marathon? There are 26.21875 miles in a marathon.
Athletes in a marathon run 26 miles. Athletes in a marathon run 26 miles.
Fastest Time: 2:03:02 (Geoffrey Mutai, 18APR2011 in the Boston Marathon) *World Record: 2:03:38 (Patrick Makau, 25SEP2011 in the Berlin Marathon)* not recognized by the IAAF as a World Record because it was run on a course with a net elevation loss.
The IAAF regards Patrick Makau's 2:03:38 (Berlin 2011) to be the official men's World Record. However the fastest marathon ever (2:03:02) was run by Geoffrey Mutai (Boston 2011).