This list is a chronological progression of record times for the marathon. Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge set an official world record for men of 2:01:39 on September 16, 2018, at the 2018 Berlin Marathon.Source: Wikipedia, IAAFTrack: Wanderlust — CRASTEL [Audio Library Release]Music provided by Audio Library PlusWatch: Download / Stream: Il s'agit du sixième record du monde du marathon consécutif établi à Berlin[9]. The Association of Road Racing Statisticians has estimated the course distance to be 37–38 km. In order for a performance to be ratified as a world record by the IAAF, the marathon course on which the performance occurred must be 42.195 kilometers[7] and measured in a defined manner using the calibrated bicycle method[8] and meet other criteria that rule out "artificially fast times" produced on courses aided by downhill slope or tailwind.

Le 16 septembre 2018, lors du marathon de Berlin, Eliud Kipchoge améliore le record du monde de Dennis Kimetto de 78 secondes, la plus grande marge depuis 1978, en parcourant la distance en 2 h 1 min 39 s, devenant le premier athlète à descendre sous les 2 h 2 min[12]. Berlin 2009", "Image: 1909Timesreport.jpg, (550 × 1188 px)", "Men's World Record Times - 1910 to 1916", "Image: 1913Timesreport.jpg, (434 × 452 px)", "Men's World Record Times - 1922 to 1928", "Men's World Record Times - 1932 to 1938", "Men's World Record Times - 1944 to 1950", "Men's World Record Times - 1949 to 1955", "Image: 1952Timesreport.jpg, (359 × 1700 px)", "Image: 1954Timesreport.jpg, (339 × 1244 px)", "Image: 1963Timesreport.jpg, (1733 × 1242 px)", "Image: 1964Timesreport.jpg, (1362 × 1353 px)", "Image: 1965Timesreport.jpg, (704 × 1260 px)", "Del's Athletics Almanac Olympics Commonweath European World Championship Results [Event Information]", "Makau stuns with 2:03:38 marathon world record in Berlin |", "Kipsang sets world record of 2:03:23 at Berlin Marathon |", "Kimetto breaks marathon world record in Berlin with 2:02:57 |", "Washington Running Report - Feature Article", "Forgetting Millie Sampson: Collective Frameworks for Historical Memory", 13th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - IAAF Statistics Handbook - Daegu 2011 (all 5 parts), Runner's World - “What Will It Take to Run A 2-HOUR Marathon?”, BBC - “Could a marathon ever be run in under two hours?”, Interactive graph of men's and women's marathon times with race descriptions (outdated),, Pages with citations using unsupported parameters, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2009, Athletics (track and field) record progressions, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, About Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core.

Les records antérieurs sont considérés comme des meilleures performances.

Le premier record du monde féminin homologué par l'IAAF est celui de la Britannique Paula Radcliffe qui établit le temps de 2 h 17 min 18 s le 13 octobre 2002 lors du marathon de Chicago. World records in the marathon are now ratified by the International Association of Athletics Federations, the international governing body for the sport of athletics. The ARRS notes Wilton's extended time as 3:14:22.8, The ARRS notes Pede-Erdkamp's extended time as 3:07:26.2, The ARRS notes Gorman's extended time as 2:46:37, The ARRS notes Hansen's extended time as 2:43:54.6, First world record for the women's marathon ratified by the, "The start and finish points of a course, measured along a theoretical straight line between them, shall not be further apart than 50% of the race distance. Le 28 septembre 2014, le Kényan Dennis Kimetto remporte ce même marathon de Berlin en 2 h 2 min 57 s, améliorant de 26 s le record du monde de Wilson Kipsang et devenant le premier athlète à descendre sous les 2 h 3 min[8]. [34] The Boston Athletic Association does not report Yamada's performance as a world best. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. [27] The IAAF credits Violet Piercy's 1926 performance as the first woman to race what is now the standard marathon distance; however, other sources report that the 1918 performance of Marie-Louise Ledru in the Tour de Paris set the initial mark for women. This list is a chronological progression of record times for the marathon.