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Elite women’s wheelchair

Elite women’s wheelchair field

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Profiles

  • Born:  31 January 1997 | Marathon best:  1:37:02, Duluth 2019 

  • Born: 20/2/1991 | Marathon best: 1:44:45

  • Born: 20 November 1989 | Marathon best: 1:45:19, Oita 2018

  • Born:  30 March 1974  | Marathon best:  1:38:33, Boston 2017  

  • Born: 12 September 1986 | Marathon best: 1:45:22, Oita 2018

  • Born: 26/9/1989 | Marathon best: 1:47:06, Tokyo 2021

  • Born: 19/9/2004 | Marathon best: N/A

  • Born: 12/01/1965 | Marathon best: 2:22:10

  • Born: 4 June 1986  

    Marathon best:  1:37:44, Padua 2008 

    London Marathon record: 2005 - 2nd 1:57:03; 2006 - 2nd 2:04:37; 2007 - 1st 1:50:40; 2008 - 3rd 2:01:59; 2009 - 6th 1:50:46; 2010 - 6th 2:45:40; 2011 - 2nd 1:46:31; 2012 - 1st 1:49:10; 2013 - 5th 1:50:44; 2014 - 6th 1:54:52; 2015 - DNF; 2016 – DNF, 2020 – DNF 

    Notes: the two-time champion, British record holder and 2012 Paralympic silver medallist in the marathon returned to the race last year (2020) following a four-year absence but did not finish. A former Mini London Marathon winner, she took her second senior title in 2012 with a commanding victory. She has won three Paralympic medals in total, including two silvers (1,500m in 2008, and marathon, 2012) and one bronze (5,000m, 2008). She took two years out of the sport between 2018 and 2019 following the birth of her son, Leo. 

Wheelchair races prize money

Athletes in the wheelchair events will receive prize money from the Virgin Money London Marathon as follows (men and women receive the same prize money):

Position Price
1 $25,000
2 $14,000
3 $10,500
4 $7,000
5 $4,500
6 $3,500
7 $2,250
8 $1,800
9 $1,400
10 $900

Course record bonus: $5,000

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