WINNER: PTO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DAYTONA

Gustav Iden (3:05:06)

With a world-class starting field in Daytona, Norwegian triathlete Gustav Iden pulled off a smashing performance and brought home the win in what is considered the unofficial world championship this year. After the swim and cycling part, Gustav set himself up for the win through a brilliant run and crossing the finish line with nearly a full minute ahead of the rest. After taking the World Championships in Nice last year, the 24-year old has now ensured that he is indeed a force to be reckoned with for a long time.

WINNER: VALENCIA 2020

Evans Chebet (2:03:00)

Kenyan runner Evans Chebet made the most of the 2020's last marathon in Valencia, recording the sixth-fastest time in history at 2:03:00 and setting the course record along the way. Through a controlled and strategic execution throughout the race, Chebet overtook the lead only with 300 meters to go and managed to beat his personal best by two minutes.

Tour winner: La Vuelta 2020

Primož Roglič, Team Jumbo-Visma

The Slovenian star cyclist made it back to back victories at the classic grand tour, finishing the 18-stage as overall nr 1 yet again. Roglič picked up four stage wins along the journey and finished not only at the top in the general classification but also on points. Likely motivated by missing out on the overall victory in this year’s Tour de France by a narrow edge, the 31-year old established himself back at the top of the cycling world. Hats off to the extraordinary performance.

WR 5,000 M: Valencia 2020

Letesenbet Gidey (14:06.62)

On a night of records in Valencia, Letesenbet Gidey succeeded in setting a new WR in a 5,000 m distance - breaking the previous record by almost 5 seconds [14:06.62]. The Ethiopian star ran a perfect race on this historic night and showed her emotions as she crossed the finish line. We are eager to follow her journey onwards and hope to see many more records in the future.

WR 10,000 M: Valencia 2020

Joshua Cheptegei (26:11.00)

Continuing on an already successful 2020 and 5K WR, Joshua Cheptegei took on the double distance. In breathtaking fashion and perseverance, the Ugandan runner managed to erase the 15-year old record set by legend Kenenisa Bekele. With impressive pace throughout the 10,000 meters race and complete focus, Cheptegei’s new record reads impressively [26:11.00], shattering the previous one with a good 15 seconds. Cheptegei is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: Critérium du Dauphiné

Dani Martínez, EF Education First Pro Cycling

Above and beyond performance from Dani Martínez, EF Pro Cycling rider, this past weekend, bringing home the classic Critérium du Dauphiné. Executing the final stage to perfection, Martínez grabbed the top spot in a thrilling finale on Sunday.

WINNER / W.R.: MONACO 2020

Joshua Cheptegei (12:35.36)

Pacing himself to absolute perfection, Joshua Cheptegei delivered an astonishing performance, breaking the 5,000-meter World Record. Cheptegei managed to best the 16-year old record set by Kenenisa Bekele back in 2004. Cheptegei is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: TOKYO 2020

Birhanu Legese [02:04:15]

In a lightning-fast edition of the 2020 Tokyo Marathon, Birhanu Legese managed to push through a lingering injury and grab the top spot among an elite field where no less than 17 runners finished within 2:08, most ever in a race. Our sincere congrats Birhanu.

WINNER: NEW YORK 2019

Joyciline Jepkosgei (02:22:38)

Joyciline Jepkosgei managed to hold off Mary Keitany’s fifth attempt to win in New York and took her first major marathon title in 02:22:38. This was the second-fastest time ever in the women’s race. Joyciline Jepkosgei is also a world record holder in the half marathon.

WINNER: NEW YORK 2019

Geoffrey Kamworor (02:08:13)

Geoffrey Kamworor won the men’s race for the second time in New York, finishing in 02:08:13. The 26-year-old Kenyan is also the half marathon world record holder and a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: KONA 2019

Jan Frodeno (7:51:13)

Jan Frodeno returned to the top of the podium and won the triathlon World Champion title in Kona. He broke the course record and finished the race in sub 8 hours.

HISTORIC: Ineos 1:59

Eliud Kipchoge (01:59:40)

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge became the first human ever to run the marathon under 2 hours. He crossed the finish line in Vienna in 1:59:40. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.

WORLD CHAMP 2019

Joshua Cheptegei Kiprui (26:48.36)

Ugandan long-distance runner Joshua Cheptegei Kiprui became a 10 000 m World Champion in Doha after outrunning Ethiopian Yomif Kejelcha by less than a second.

WORLD CHAMP 2019

Lelisa Desisa (02:10:40)

Ethiopian long-distance runner Lelisa Desisa won the men's marathon at the World Championships 2019 in Doha, finishing in 02:10:40.

WORLD CHAMP 2019

Hellen Obiri (14:26)

Kenyan middle-distance runner Hellen Obiri became a 5000 m World Champion 2019 in Doha after winning in a championship record time of 14:26.72.

WORLD CHAMP 2019

Conseslus Kipruto (8:01.35)

Defending champion Conseslus Kipruto won an incredible steeplechase World Champion title in Doha by one-hundredth of a second.

WORLD CHAMP 2019

Muktar Edris (12:58.85)

Ethiopian long-distance runner Muktar Edris defended and reclaimed his 5000 m World Champion title in Doha this year.

WINNER: BERLIN 2019

Ashete Bekere (02:20:14)

Ethiopian Ashete Bekere ran her personal best to win in Berlin with 02:20:14. This was Bekere’s third straight marathon win. Bekere is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: BERLIN 2019

Kenenisa Bekele (02:01:41)

Beleke returned to the German capital to ran the second fastest marathon in history and won in 2:01:41, only two seconds away from the world record. Bekele is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: COPENHAGEN 2019

Geoffrey Kamworor (58:01)

Kenya's Geoffrey Kamworor wrote history in Copenhagen. After covering 21.0975 kilometres, he crossed the finish line at 58 minutes and one second – a new half marathon World Record. Geoffrey Kamworor is a member of the NN Running Team.

EUROP CHAMP 2018

Jan Frodeno

The three winners of the last five World Championships were competing against each other in Frankfurt in an action-packed race. Frodeno managed to outrace both of them and took the European Championship title - once again.

WINNER: LONDON 2019

Eliud Kipchoge (02:02:37)

Eliud Kipchoge ran the second fastest marathon in history in the British capital, finishing in 02:02:37. The Kenyan set a new course record and won London title for the fourth time. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: BOSTON 2019

Worknesh Degefa (02:23:31)

On a cold Marathon Monday in Boston, Worknesh Degefa won her first major marathon title. The 28-year-old Ethiopian broke away from the pack, early in the race and finished in 2:23:31.

WINNER: TOKYO 2019

Burhany Legese (02:04:48)

Burhany Legese clocked in at the second fastest time ever in the history of the Tokyo marathon. The Ethiopian won his first marathon career title at 13th edition in the Japanese capital. Burhany Legese is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: NEW YORK 2018

Mary Keitany (02:22:48)

Mary Keitany won the women's marathon in New York with the finishing time 02:22:48. Keitany ran the second half faster than any women ever, only seconds away from the course record. This was her fourth victory on the streets of New York.

WINNER/E.R.: CHICAGO 2018

Mo Farah (02:05:11)

Mo Farah took his very first marathon victory in Chicago as he won in 02:05:11. It was only his third marathon. The British four-time Olympic track champion rushed to the lead in the last few kilometres and smashed European marathon record.

WINNER / W.R.: BERLIN 2018

Eliud Kipchoge (02:01:39)

Eliud Kipchoge is now officially the world’s fastest man. After he smashed the world record in Berlin he proved his point to the world that no human is limited. This is a new chapter in the history of human performances. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: BERLIN 2018

Gladys Cherono (02:18:11)

Cherono outraced all favourites and took her second straight Berlin win with finishing time 02:18:11. She broke the course record and crushed her personal best to set the fastest women's time in the world this year. This was her third victory in the German capital.

WINNER: LONDON 2018

Vivian Cheruiyot (02:18:31)

Vivian Cheruiyot took the top spot in London. The 34 year old Kenyan defeated the pre-race favourites and became the fourth fastest woman of all times. 

WINNER: LONDON 2018

Eliud Kipchoge (02:04:17) 

Eliud Kipchoge, one of the world’s fastest men claimed his victory in London. This is his third time winning the title and he's now historic. The elite men’s champion crossed the finish line wearing his iconic smile. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.

WINNER: BOSTON 2018

Desiree Linden (02:39:53)

Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years. She used Maurten Drink Mix throughout the race. Boston win was Linden’s first major marathon victory. 

WINNER: TOKYO 2018

Dickson Chumba (02:05:30)

Dickson Chumba clocked in at the second fastest time ever in the Japanese capital. The Kenyan won the race in 2014 and he has been one among the top contenders since, finishing third three years in a row. 

WINNER: NYC 2017

Geoffrey Kamworor (02:10:53)

Geoffrey Kamworor managed to hold off Wilson Kipsang in NYC Marathon and won his first major marathon title in 2:10:53. Wilson Kipsang crossed the finish line 3 seconds after his countryman after an impressive finishing sprint.

WINNER: CHICAGO 2017

Galen Rupp (02:09:20)

The US runner Galen Rupp made headlines as the first American man in 15 years to win the race. Rupp relied on the hydrogel technology during the race

WINNER: BERLIN 2017

Eliud Kipchoge (02:03:32)

On slippery roads, Eliud Kipchoge managed to win Berlin Marathon 2017. This was Kipchoges first race after his historic show at Monza earlier this year. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.

WORLD CHAMP 2017

Rose Chelimo (02:27:11)

Kenyan-born Bahraini Rose Chelimo won the women's marathon at the IAAF World Championships 2017 after a battle with Edna Kiplagat. Chelimo was relying on Maurten's Drink Mix 320 during the race.

WORLD CHAMP 2017

Geoffrey Kirui (02:08:27)

Geoffrey Kirui became a World Champion on the streets of London in August 2017. This has been a good year for Kirui who earlier won the Boston Marathon. Both times he relyed on Maurten's Drink Mix. Geoffrey Kirui is a member of the NN Running Team.

HISTORIC: MONZA 2017

Eliud Kipchoge (02:00:25)

On the famous Monza race track, Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge managed to run the fastest marathon in history. Kipchoge used the Drink Mix 320 throughout his preparations and had about 0,9 liters of the drink during the race. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team. 

WINNER: LONDON 2017

Daniel Wanjiru (02:05:48)

After a hard battle against Kenenisa Bekele, Daniel Wanjiru managed to keep the distance and won London Marathon in 2:05:48. Both of them relied on Maurten drinks based on our Hydrogel Technology. 

WINNER: BOSTON 2017

Geoffrey Kirui (02:09:37)

On a warm and hilly course, Geoffrey Kirui, Kenya, won the Boston Marathon in 2:09:37. This was his first race drinking Maurten Drink Mix 320, and it was also his first major marathon win. Geoffrey Kirui is a member of the NN Running Team. 

WINNER: TOKYO 2017

Wilson Kipsang (02:03:58)

Wilson Kipsang broke the course record by over one minute when he won the Tokyo Marathon in 2:03:58, and did the first sub-2:04 marathon ever in Asia. This was his first race using Maurten Sub 2 hrs drink.

WINNER: NYC 2016

Ghirmay Ghebreslassie (02:07:51)

In New York Marathon 2016, Maurten's Sub2 Hours drink was used by Ghirmay Ghebreslassie. The Eritrean won the race in 2:07:51 which was the 5th fastest time ever in NY Marathon.

CHICAGO 2016

Abel Kirui (02:11:23),

In 2016 Abel Kirui, member of the NN Running team, from Kenya managed to hold off his compatriot and won the 39th edition of the Chicago Marathon. Kirui relied on the hydrogel technology during the race.

WINNER: BERLIN 2016

Kenenisa Bekele (02:03:03)

When Bekele is in good shape, there are very few that can beat him. He proved that once again in the Berlin Marathon when he ran the second fastest marathon in history and won in 2:03:03. Every 5 k, he drank the Maurten Sub2 Hours drink.