National Marathon Champions for Slovenia

Men (22 runnings)  
27 Oct 2013   Ljubljana                2:24:57    Anton Kosmac
19 May 2012   Radenci                  2:22:09    Mitja Kosovelj
23 Oct 2011   Ljubljana                2:31:48    Mario Vracic
15 May 2010   Radenci                  2:25:26    Primoz Kobe
25 Oct 2009   Ljubljana                2:19:24    Roman Kejzar-6
17 May 2008   Radenci                  2:46:22    Toni Vencelj
28 Oct 2007   Ljubljana                2:33:12    Bostjan Hrovat
20 May 2006   Radenci                  2:21:36    Roman Kejzar-5
23 Oct 2005   Ljubljana                2:22:08    Roman Kejzar-4
15 May 2004   Radenci                  2:19:28    Roman Kejzar-3
26 Oct 2003   Ljubljana                2:29:20    Zdravko Volkar
25 May 2002   Radenci                  2:25:17    Roman Kejzar-2
28 Oct 2001   Ljubljana                2:22:57    Roman Kejzar
20 May 2000   Radenci                  2:28:00    Mirko Vindis-6
24 Oct 1999   Ljubljana                2:35:45    Benno Piskur
16 May 1998   Radenci                  2:21:43    Mirko Vindis-5
17 May 1997   Radenci                  2:25:21    Mirko Vindis-4
25 May 1996   Radenci                  2:29:47    Mirko Vindis-3
27 May 1995   Radenci                  2:43:27    Milan Zupanc
28 May 1994   Radenci                  2:21:08    Mirko Vindis-2
29 May 1993   Radenci                  2:24:03    Mirko Vindis
30 May 1992   Radenci                  2:29:15    Sreco Koncina

Non-champion winners
2013  2:10:26    Mulugeta Wami Degife (ETH)
2011  2:08:25    Daniel Kiprugut Too (KEN)
2010  2:19:38    Joshua Kipruto Kirui (KEN)
2009  2:10:12    William Biama (KEN)
2008  2:24:45    Silas Rutto Kiptoo (KEN)
2007  2:12:49    Aleksandr Sitkovskiy (UKR)
2006  2:15:26    David Biwott (KEN)
2005  2:15:47    Samuel Nganga (KEN)
2004  2:18:35    Joachim Nshimirimana (BDI)
2003  2:13:58    Andrey Naumov (UKR)
2000  2:16:20    Mikhail Romanov (RUS)
1999  2:20:53    Wollya Jarra (ETH)
1998  2:20:38    Charles Subano-2
1997  2:24:49    Charles Subano (KEN)
1995  2:31:55    Janos Szeman (HUN)


Women (22 runnings)  
27 Oct 2013   Ljubljana                2:42:09    Zana Jereb
19 May 2012   Radenci                  3:14:35    Barbara Clemenz-Dimnik
23 Oct 2011   Ljubljana                2:42:00    Neza Mravlje
15 May 2010   Radenci                  2:47:10    Daneja Grandovec-4
25 Oct 2009   Ljubljana                2:52:14    Daneja Grandovec-3
17 May 2008   Radenci                  2:39:23    Helena Javornik-5
28 Oct 2007   Ljubljana                2:35:45    Helena Javornik-4
20 May 2006   Radenci                  2:51:47    Daneja Grandovec-2
23 Oct 2005   Ljubljana                2:50:42    Daneja Grandovec
15 May 2004   Radenci                  2:50:15    Ida Surbek-3
26 Oct 2003   Ljubljana                2:49:57    Ida Surbek-2
25 May 2002   Radenci                  2:58:00    Ida Surbek
28 Oct 2001   Ljubljana                3:09:47    Nada Rotovnik Kozjek
20 May 2000   Radenci                  3:08:58    Lidija Perse
24 Oct 1999   Ljubljana                3:12:27    Mateja Sustarsic
16 May 1998   Radenci                  2:47:57    Anica Zivko
17 May 1997   Radenci                  2:54:37    Silva Vivod-2
25 May 1996   Radenci                  2:59:35    Silva Vivod
27 May 1995   Radenci                  2:51:33    Helena Javornik-3
28 May 1994   Radenci                  2:49:35    Helena Javornik-2
29 May 1993   Radenci                  2:52:40    Helena Javornik
30 May 1992   Radenci                  3:26:35    Veronika Bohinc

Non-champion winners
2012  2:57:33    Marija Vrajic (CRO)
2011  2:33:01    Lydia Kurgat (KEN)
2009  2:25:24    Caroline Cheptonui Kilel (KEN)
2007  2:34:58    Tatyana Filoniuk (UKR)
2006  2:45:50    Ida Kovacs (HUN)
2004  2:42:49    Margaret Chepkosgei (KEN)
2003  2:38:13    Galina Zhulyeva (UKR)
2002  2:43:33    Ida Kovacs (HUN)
2000  2:38:33    Gigliola Borghini (ITA)
1999  2:52:26    Lyudmila Petrova (RUS)
1996  2:56:27    Eniko Feher (HUN)
1992  3:09:47    Olga Grm (SLO)

Most Titles

Men (1992-date)

6

Mirko Vindis 1993-94,1996-98,2000
  Roman Kejzar 2001-02,2004-06,2009

Women (1992-date)

5

Helena Javornik 1993-95,2007-08

Note:
For 1918 thru 1991, Slovenia was part of Yugoslavia
For 1992 to date, Slovenia has been a separate state

Click here for the list of champions for Yugoslavia.

Last Updated on 07 Jun 2012

Contributors: Andy Milroy (38), Juraj Gasparovic (34)