1999

Race General Information

Race ID 17
Title 1999
Year 1999
Race Athletes Start 51
Race Athletes Finish 51
Race Start 1999-09-24 07:00:00
Registration Start 1999-01-24 07:00:00
Registration End 1999-03-24 07:00:00

Checkpoints General Information

ID C/P No. Live km to next to finish

Participants

# Full Name #BIB Country Nationality
1 Castagnoli Mario 2 Italy Italy
2 Apostolov Emil 5 Bulgaria Bulgaria
3 Williams Mark 18 unknown unknown
4 Kankaansyrja Janne 19 Finland Finland
5 Foxall Peter Leslie 23 United Kingdom United Kingdom
6 Heemskerk Henk 43 unknown unknown
7 Drahorad Ivo 44 unknown unknown
8 Kaul Julio Mario 65 Argentina Argentina
9 Re Gerardo Hector 66 Argentina Argentina
10 Brand-Honneur Raymond 70 France France
11 Foucaud Thierry 73 France France
12 Gautron Hubert 74 France France
13 Mainix Christian 78 France France
14 Roux Roland 84 France France
15 Okiyama Kenji 87 Japan Japan
16 Tanaka Katsuhiro 88 Japan Japan
17 Onoki Jun 89 Japan Japan
18 Imai Hidehisa 92 Japan Japan
19 Noto (Funada) Kimie 93 Japan Japan
20 Hazama Kanpei 94 Japan Japan
21 Yoshikoshi Osamu 95 Japan Japan
22 Kazuhiro Kawamura 97 Japan Japan
23 Okabe Kazushige 98 Japan Japan
24 Fukuda Tadafumi 101 Japan Japan
25 Utsunomiya Hidemasa 107 Japan Japan
26 Nishimura Yoshio 110 Japan Japan
27 Akamichi Tetsuya 112 Japan Japan
28 Hara Kenji 121 Japan Japan
29 Yamashita Hirochi 122 Japan Japan
30 Yaegashi Tomohiko 124 Japan Japan
31 Sago Akihiro 133 Japan Japan
32 Sakurai Kenji 134 Japan Japan
33 Ikeda Kazuyoshi 137 Japan Japan
34 Stonehouse Nevil 142 unknown unknown
35 Mustala Ari 144 Finland Finland
36 Britz Herbert 155 Germany Germany
37 Lukas Jens 166 Germany Germany
38 Proell Reimar 169 Austria Austria
39 Sch-O-Berl Sebastian 170 Germany Germany
40 Schoberl Sebastian 170 Germany Germany
41 Schodrowski Matthias 171 Germany Germany
42 Tsepapadakis Harilaos 176 Hellas Hellas
43 Jaouen Jean-Benoit 189 France France
44 Monot Anny 190 France France
45 Heintz Rene 192 France France
46 GuyomarcH Jean Pierre 206 France France
47 Yann Robert 208 France France
48 Lebon Loic 209 France France
49 Kalotai Levente 219 Hungary Hungary
50 Karl Hubert 220 Germany Germany
51 Baumann Josef 221 Germany Germany
52 Simosseg Oliver 227 Germany Germany

Race Finishers

# Full Name #BIB Country Finish DateTime Finish Time
1 Lukas Jens 166 Germany 1999-09-25 08:38:03 25:38:03
2 GuyomarcH Jean Pierre 206 France 1999-09-25 10:08:57 27:08:57
3 Onoki Jun 89 Japan 1999-09-25 10:16:36 27:16:36
4 Kalotai Levente 219 Hungary 1999-09-25 12:12:22 29:12:22
5 Brand-Honneur Raymond 70 France 1999-09-25 12:19:25 29:19:25
6 Lebon Loic 209 France 1999-09-25 12:47:17 29:47:17
7 Okiyama Kenji 87 Japan 1999-09-25 13:45:20 30:45:20
8 Ikeda Kazuyoshi 137 Japan 1999-09-25 14:02:28 31:02:28
9 Schoberl Sebastian 170 Germany 1999-09-25 14:38:31 31:38:31
10 Yaegashi Tomohiko 124 Japan 1999-09-25 15:20:22 32:20:22
11 Mustala Ari 144 Finland 1999-09-25 15:20:54 32:20:54
12 Utsunomiya Hidemasa 107 Japan 1999-09-25 15:25:13 32:25:13
13 Schodrowski Matthias 171 Germany 1999-09-25 15:33:27 32:33:27
14 Tanaka Katsuhiro 88 Japan 1999-09-25 15:38:45 32:38:45
15 Williams Mark 18 unknown 1999-09-25 15:44:37 32:44:37
16 Kaul Julio Mario 65 Argentina 1999-09-25 15:52:56 32:52:56
17 Re Gerardo Hector 66 Argentina 1999-09-25 15:52:56 32:52:56
18 Drahorad Ivo 44 unknown 1999-09-25 16:07:07 33:07:07
19 Kankaansyrja Janne 19 Finland 1999-09-25 16:11:44 33:11:44
20 Yann Robert 208 France 1999-09-25 16:51:30 33:51:30
21 Baumann Josef 221 Germany 1999-09-25 16:52:14 33:52:14
22 Jaouen Jean-Benoit 189 France 1999-09-25 17:11:21 34:11:21
23 Roux Roland 84 France 1999-09-25 17:11:21 34:11:21
24 Karl Hubert 220 Germany 1999-09-25 17:20:57 34:20:57
25 Heemskerk Henk 43 unknown 1999-09-25 17:25:59 34:25:59
26 Apostolov Emil 5 Bulgaria 1999-09-25 17:25:59 34:25:59
27 Simosseg Oliver 227 Germany 1999-09-25 17:26:03 34:26:03
28 Heintz Rene 192 France 1999-09-25 17:34:14 34:34:14
29 Fukuda Tadafumi 101 Japan 1999-09-25 17:35:39 34:35:39
30 Britz Herbert 155 Germany 1999-09-25 17:44:00 34:44:00
31 Yamashita Hirochi 122 Japan 1999-09-25 17:45:20 34:45:20
32 Foucaud Thierry 73 France 1999-09-25 17:46:28 34:46:28
33 Stonehouse Nevil 142 unknown 1999-09-25 17:47:10 34:47:10
34 Kazuhiro Kawamura 97 Japan 1999-09-25 17:50:04 34:50:04
35 Hazama Kanpei 94 Japan 1999-09-25 18:01:26 35:01:26
36 Akamichi Tetsuya 112 Japan 1999-09-25 18:01:40 35:01:40
37 Imai Hidehisa 92 Japan 1999-09-25 18:02:21 35:02:21
38 Hara Kenji 121 Japan 1999-09-25 18:03:39 35:03:39
39 Foxall Peter Leslie 23 United Kingdom 1999-09-25 18:18:15 35:18:15
40 Proell Reimar 169 Austria 1999-09-25 18:19:29 35:19:29
41 Gautron Hubert 74 France 1999-09-25 18:19:40 35:19:40
42 Nishimura Yoshio 110 Japan 1999-09-25 18:21:37 35:21:37
43 Okabe Kazushige 98 Japan 1999-09-25 18:31:43 35:31:43
44 Mainix Christian 78 France 1999-09-25 18:34:21 35:34:21
45 Monot Anny 190 France 1999-09-25 18:38:08 35:38:08
46 Noto (Funada) Kimie 93 Japan 1999-09-25 18:41:31 35:41:31
47 Sago Akihiro 133 Japan 1999-09-25 18:41:34 35:41:34
48 Tsepapadakis Harilaos 176 Hellas 1999-09-25 18:46:29 35:46:29
49 Castagnoli Mario 2 Italy 1999-09-25 18:50:27 35:50:27
50 Yoshikoshi Osamu 95 Japan 1999-09-25 18:55:15 35:55:15
51 Sakurai Kenji 134 Japan 1999-09-25 18:55:34 35:55:34
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Described as the world's most grueling race, the Spartathlon runs over rough tracks and muddy paths (often it rains during the race), crosses vineyards and olive groves, climbs steep hillsides and, most challenging of all, takes the runners on the 1,200 meter ascent and descent of Mount Parthenio in the dead of night.
This is the mountain, covered with rocks and bushes, on which it is said Pheidippides met the god Pan.

Spartathlon is the event that brings this deed to attention today by drawing a legend out of the depths of history. The idea for its creation is belongs to John Foden, a British RAF Wing Commander. As a lover of Greece and student of ancient Greek history, Foden stopped his reading of Herodotus' narration regarding Pheidippides, puzzled and wondering if a modern man could cover the distance from Athens to Sparta, i.e. 250 kms, within 36 hours.

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