Hilde Aders from Tromsø Løpeklubb was the fastest woman during today's BMW Oslo Marathon. She ran in at the time of 2:54:29. Aders ran in front from start to finish.
-It was a fun race. Very happy and very tired. Great weather and nice audience, says Hilde Aders from Tromsø Løpeklubb.
Aders ran in the age group K24-34 and was superb among the women in the streets of Oslo.
The second fastest woman during the BMW Oslo Marathon was Swedish Camilla Frejd from Ørgryte IF with a time of 3:07:18. She also competed in class K24-34.
In third place overall in the women's class came Mari Kråkemo Finnerud in the time 3:08:53. Finnerud ran in class K24-34.
In fourth place among the women came Emelie Martikka Bärgman from Norwegian Lonesome Runners with a time of 3:10:36. She competed in class K34-39.
Last year, it was Marthe Katrine Myhre from Gjøvik Athletics Club who was the fastest during the BMW Oslo Marathon. She ran to the time of 2:43:31 last year. As the trails have been changed from last year to this year, the times are not comparable.
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See results at www.oslomaraton.no