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Yuuki Kawauchi, 100th milestone, 7th in 2 hours and 14 minutes


The men's marathon Yuuki Kawauchi [32 = Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance] achieved 100 milestones in the full marathon. The result was 7th in 2 hours, 14 minutes and 17 seconds [preliminary value], and the tournament won 3 consecutive titles.

It attracts attention as a civil servant runner and has been working as a professional since April this year. He participated in the World Championship three times.

The results are: 41st win, 2nd 9th, 3rd 8th, 4th 6th, 5th 0th, 6th 6th, 7th 4th, 8th 5th, 9th 4th, 10th 2th , 11th place 2 degrees, 12th place 1 degree, 13th place 3 degrees, 14th place 1 degree, 15th place 0 degree, 16th place 1 degree, 17th place 1 degree, 18th place 2 degree, 19th place 2 degree, 20th place 1 degree 1st below the 21st place [29th].

The 100 results are as follows.

<2009>

[1] February 1, 20th in Beppu Oita every day, 2 hours 19 minutes 26 seconds

[2] March 22 Tokyo 13th place 2 hours 18 minutes 18 seconds

[3] December 6th, Fukuoka International, 13th place, 2 hours 17 minutes 33 seconds

<2010>

[4] February 28th, Tokyo 4th place 2 hours 12 minutes 36 seconds

[5] December 5th, Fukuoka International, 10th place, 2 hours 17 minutes 54 seconds

<2011>

[6] February 27, Tokyo 3rd place 2 hours 8 minutes 37 seconds

[7] September 4th World Championship Daegu Tournament 18th place 2 hours 16 minutes 11 seconds

[8] October 30th Osaka 4th place 2 hours 14 minutes 31 seconds

[9] December 4th Fukuoka International 3rd place 2: 9: 57

[10] December 18, Hofu Yomiuri 2nd, 2 hours 12 minutes 31 seconds

<2012>

[11] February 26th, Tokyo 14th place 2 hours 12 minutes 51 seconds

[12] April 15 Kasumigaura Win 2 hours 22 minutes 38 seconds

[13] April 29 Dusseldorf 8th place 2 hours 12 minutes 58 seconds

[14] July 1st Gold Coast 4th place 2 hours 13 minutes 26 seconds

[15] August 26 Hokkaido Winner 2 hours 18 minutes 38 seconds

[16] September 16 Sydney Winner 2 hours 11 minutes 52 seconds

[17] October 21 Chiba Aqua Line Winner 2 hours 17 minutes 48 seconds

[18] December 2, Fukuoka International 6th, 2 hours 10 minutes 29 seconds

[19] December 16 Hofu Yomiuri Winner 2 hours 10 minutes 46 seconds

<2013>

[20] January 18, Egypt International Winner 2 hours 12 minutes 24 seconds

[21] February 3rd, Beppu Oita Mainichi Winner 2 hours 8 minutes 15 seconds

[22] March 17th Seoul International 4th, 2 hours 8 minutes 14 seconds

[23] April 21 Nagano Winner 2 hours 14 minutes 27 seconds

[24] June 2 Chitose JAL International Winner 2 hours 18 minutes 29 seconds

[25] July 7 Gold Coast Winner 2 hours 10 minutes 1 second

[26] August 13, World Championship Moscow Tournament 18th place 2 hours 15 minutes 35 seconds

[27] October 13th Melbourne, 2nd place 2 hours 11 minutes 40 seconds

[28] November 3rd New York City 11th place 2 hours 12 minutes 29 seconds

[29] December 1 Fukuoka International 3rd place 2 hours 9 minutes 5 seconds

[30] December 15th, Hofu Yomiuri 2nd place 2 hours 9 minutes 15 seconds

<2014>

[31] February 16 Kumamoto Castle Winner 2 hours 10 minutes 14 seconds

[32] March 2, Biwako Everyday 4th, 2 hours 10 minutes 38 seconds

[33] April 6 Saga Sakura Win 2 hours 13 minutes 2 seconds

[34] April 20th Tokushima Winner 2 hours 15 minutes 25 seconds

[35] May 4th Hamburg, 9th place, 2 hours 9 minutes 36 seconds

[36] June 1 Chitose JAL Winner 2 hours 15 minutes 57 seconds

[37] July 6th Gold Coast 3rd place 2 hours 11 minutes 27 seconds

[38] August 31 City to Surf Purse Winner 2 hours 12 minutes 55 seconds

[39] October 3rd Incheon Asian Games 3rd place 2 hours 12 minutes 42 seconds

[40] November 3rd New York City 11th place 2 hours 12 minutes 29 seconds

[41] November 23, Fukuchiyama Winner 2 hours 12 minutes 59 seconds

[42] December 7 NAHA Winner 2 hours 13 minutes 43 seconds

[43] December 21 Hofu Yomiuri Winner 2 hours 9 minutes 46 seconds

<2015>

[44] January 11 Ibusuki Nanohana Wins 2 hours 24 minutes 10 seconds

[45] February 8 Nobeoka West Japan 8th place 2 hours 15 minutes 16 seconds [46] February 15 Kochi Ryoma wins 2 hours 15 minutes 6 seconds

[47] March 15 Seoul International 16th, 2 hours 13 minutes 33 seconds

[48] April 19th Zurich 2nd place 2 hours 12 minutes 13 seconds

[49] May 24, Kurobe Meimizu Champion [February 17:57] [50] July 5th Gold Coast 8th place 2 hours 16 minutes 23 seconds

[51] August 30 City to Surf Purse Winner 2 hours 16 minutes 23 seconds

[52] September 20 Cape Town 9th place 2 hours 16 minutes 33 seconds

[53] Oct. 11 Iwate Kitakami Champion 2 hours 13 minutes 21 seconds

[54] November 1, New York City 6th, 2 hours 13 minutes 29 seconds

[55] December 6th Fukuoka International 8th place 2 hours 12 minutes 48 seconds

[56] December 20, Hofu Yomiuri 2nd, 2 hours 12 minutes 24 seconds

<2016>

[57] January 10 Ibusuki Nanohana Wins 2 hours 15 minutes 14 seconds

[58] March 6th, Lake Biwa Everyday 7th, 2 hours 11 minutes 53 seconds

[59] March 20th, Kakinishi 2nd, 2 hours 14 minutes 12 seconds

[60] April 24 Zurich Winner 2 hours 12 minutes 4 seconds

[61] July 3rd Gold Coast 2nd place 2 hours 9 minutes 1 second

[62] September 27, Berlin 13th place 2 hours 11 minutes 3 seconds

[63] 6th November 6th Porto 2 hours 14 minutes 32 seconds

[64] December 4th Fukuoka International 3rd place 2 hours 9 minutes 11 seconds

[65] December 18 Hofu Yomiuri 3rd place 2 hours 12 minutes 45 seconds

<2017>

[66] Feb. 12 Ehime Winner 2 hours 9 minutes 54 seconds

[67] April 2, Daegu International 6th, 2 hours 13 minutes 4 seconds

[68] May 7th, Prague 6th place 2 hours 10 minutes 13 seconds

[69] June 3 Stockholm 6th place 2 hours 14 minutes 4 seconds

[70] July 2nd Gold Coast 3rd place 2 hours 9 minutes 18 seconds

[71] August 6th World Championship London Tournament 9th place 2 hours 12 minutes 19 seconds

[72] September 16 Oslo championship 2 hours 15 minutes 58 seconds

[73] October 1 Bepkai-cho pilot wins 2 hours 13 minutes 43 seconds

[74] November 5, Nice Cannes, 6th place, 2 hours 15 minutes 2 seconds

[75] Nov. 12 Saitama International Winner 2 hours 15 minutes 54 seconds

[76] December 3, Fukuoka International 7th place, 2 hours 10 minutes 53 seconds

[77] December 17 Hofu Yomiuri Winner 2 hours 10 minutes 3 seconds

<2018>

[78] January 1 Marshfield Road Runners New Year's Day Winner 2 hours 18 minutes 59 seconds

[79] February 11 Kitakyushu Winner 2 hours 11 minutes 46 seconds

[80] March 18th, Shizaneishi won 2 hours 14 minutes 12 seconds

[81] April 16 Boston Winner 2 hours 15 minutes 58 seconds

[82] June 3, Stockholm 4th place, 2 hours 22 minutes 57 seconds

[83] July 1, Gold Coast 9th, 2 hours 14 minutes 51 seconds

[84] August 26 New Caledonia International Winner 2 hours 18 minutes 18 seconds

[85] September 2nd, Peace 2nd in Japan

2 hours 24 minutes 55 seconds

[86] October 7 Chicago 13th place 2 hours 16 minutes 26 seconds

[87] October 28, Venice 7th place 2 hours 27 minutes 43 seconds

[88] December 2, Fukuoka International, 10th place, 2 hours, 12 minutes, 3 seconds

[89] December 16 Hofu Yomiuri Winner 2 hours 11 minutes 29 seconds

<2019>

[90] January 13 Ibusuki Nanohana Wins 2 hours 14 minutes 21 seconds

[91] February 24, Shizuoka Winner, 2 hours 13 minutes 41 seconds

[92] March 10, Biwako Everyday 8th, February 9:21

[93] April 15th, Boston 17th, 2 hours 15 minutes 29 seconds

[94] May 5th Vancouver Winner February 15 minutes 1 second

[95] 7th July Gold Coast 13th place 2 hours 15 minutes 32 seconds

[96] August 25 New Caledonia International Winner 2 hours 17 minutes 24 seconds

[97] September 1st, Japan's northernmost peaceful victory, 2 hours 20 minutes 28 seconds

[98] October 5 World Championship Doha Tournament 29th place 2 hours 17 minutes 59 seconds

[99] December 1, Fukuoka International, 12th place, 2 hours, 12 minutes, 50 seconds

[100] December 15th Hofu Yomiuri 7th place 2 hours 14 minutes 17 seconds


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