Previous editions

  • 2019

    Chege wins for Kenya at drenched Brussels Airport Marathon

    Despite the rain, the 16th edition of the Brussels Airport Marathon & Half Marathon was a spectacular running party again. European Marathon Champion Koen Naert was the main attraction in the half marathon, but he was overtaken by British runner Nick Earl in a close final sprint under the triumphal arches of the Parc du Cinquantenaire. The marathon was won by the Kenyan Michael Chege, and in the women's race Kabi Nassam was the best for a second year in a row.

  • 2017

    Kiplagat wins Brussels Marathon in second fastest time

    Stephen Kiplagat has won the Brussels Marathon. The Kenyan won in 2 hours 11 minutes and 43 seconds, the second fastest time ever. His fellow countrymen Eric Kering and Julius Tarus stood alongside him on the podium. David Stevens was the fastest Belgian with a time of 2:36:28. In the ladies race the victory went to Christelle Lemaire.

  • 2016

    Kering wins Brussels Marathon

    Eric Kering has won the Brussels Marathon. The Kenyan triumphed in a personal record of 2 hours, 16 minutes and 50 seconds ahead of Willem Van Schuerbeeck. Virginie Vandroogenbroeck won the women's race.

  • 2015

    Kipkoech wins record edition Brussels Marathon & Half Marathon

    Kenya's Geoffrey Kipkoech and Belgian Soetkin Demey have won the 12th edition of the Brussels Marathon. A record 15,000 runners from 66 countries took part.

  • 2014

    Caelen takes Kenyan runners by surprise

    The Belgian Florent Caelen has won the 11th Brussels Marathon. He claimed victory after 2:16:31 ahead of the Kenyan Paul Kiprop and another Belgian Michael Brandenbourg.

  • 2013

    Bungei wins record-breaking Brussels Marathon

    Kenya's Samson Bungei triumphed in the tenth edition of the Brussels Marathon. A record number of 14.000 runners took part in the various competitions in the Belgian capital.

  • 2012

    Perfect weather during the Brussels Marathon

    12.500 people ran the 9the Brussels Marathon.