Ironman-Distance Records

Last update: January 9th, 2020 (2019 results and changes are shown with a green background)

Here’s a list of fastest times and national and continental records on the Ironman distance. The data is mainly based on  my database with results from 2005 onwards, but I have tried to add fast times from before that. Please let me know if I have missed some results or “misplaced” athletes in the wrong country.

For this update (as requested by a few readers) the swim lists show the fastest swim times from courses without assistance by a current. I have therefore removed the swim times from New York and Chattanooga (river swims) and also Cozumel that is often assisted by ocean currents. Consequently, there are now two lists for the fastest swims. I have also added a new category for the fastest “times on land” (combined swim and run times).

Any discussion of “Ironman Records” has to be preceded with a discussion that “records” are a tricky concept for the sport of triathlon. First of all, it’s an outside sport on a “natural” course, so there are a lot of variations in climate and topography. (For this reason, some prefer the term “fastest known times”.) Next up, there are always some issues about the course accuracy, even leaving aside the technical details on how to properly measure a course. Some races “chase” fast times and maybe don’t go the “extra mile” needed to come up with exactly the right distances. Lastly, there are sometimes other factors that impact the finishing times – such as a lead motorbike providing some advantage to the first athlete(s) or the “evergreen issue” of drafting and how the referees deal with groups forming. Some athletes refuse to acknowledge fast times and prefer to focus on finishing first in the race. But even with all these caveats, finishing under a certain threshold such as sub-9 for the women or sub-8 for the men, fast times or records in general are interesting in itself, and therefore lists of “fastest times” have an inherent value.

I’ve done my best to remove results from races with courses that have been acknowledged as “well short”. For example, the bike course of IM Frankfurt 2017 was short by somewhere between 3 and 5k because of construction. But with lack of “official measurements” and accepted tolerances there is a “gray area” where you can find reasons both for including or removing results from certain races. Most notably, IM Texas 2018 has been a fast race that created a lot of controversies whether the times should be accepted as “fastest times” or not. I have decided to include the Texas times in the tables below but “with an asterisk” and also show the fastest time in addition to the Texas time(s). The Texas times are especially apparent in the female bike times: There are nine times from Texas that are faster than the Top 5 from any other races. While I think that most of the Texas results have to be considered invalid, Starky’s 3:54 bike split (the first sub-4 in an Ironman) was probably the “most legit” result of the day – even if the course was slightly short there is very little chance to draft while riding at the front of the field and no motos on the course.

TOP 5 Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
1 Jan Frodeno GER 07:35:39 Challenge Roth on 2016-07-17
  Matt Hanson* USA (07:39:25) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Ivan Tutukin* RUS (07:39:57) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
2 Tim Don GBR 07:40:23 IM Brasil on 2017-05-28
3 Andreas Raelert GER 07:41:33 Challenge Roth on 2011-07-10
4 Tyler Butterfield BMU 07:44:01 IM Cozumel on 2019-11-24
5 Lionel Sanders CAN 07:44:29 IM Arizona on 2016-11-20

TOP 5 Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
1 Chrissie Wellington GBR 08:18:13 Challenge Roth on 2011-07-10
2 Chrissie Wellington GBR 08:19:13 Challenge Roth on 2010-07-18
3 Daniela Ryf SUI 08:22:04 Challenge Roth on 2016-07-17
4 Daniela Ryf SUI 08:26:18 IM Hawaii on 2018-10-13
  Melissa Hauschildt* AUS (08:31:05) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
5 Lucy Charles-Barclay GBR 08:31:09 Challenge Roth on 2019-07-07

TOP 5 Swim Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
1 Luke McKenzie AUS 00:42:26 IM Brasil on 2010-05-30
2 Bart Colpaert BEL 00:42:54 IM Austria on 2013-06-30
3 Santi Pellejero Gacia ESP 00:42:55 IM Austria on 2013-06-30
4 Dylan McNeice NZL 00:43:30 Challenge Wanaka on 2016-02-20
5 Fraser Cartmell GBR 00:43:35 IM UK on 2010-08-01

on current-assisted swim courses (e.g. New York, Cozumel, Chattanooga)

Rank Name Actual Time Race
1 Barrett Brandon 00:38:06 IM Chattanooga on 2014-09-28
2 Eric Limkemann 00:38:10 IM Chattanooga on 2014-09-28
3 Luke Bell 00:39:08 IM New York on 2012-08-11
4 Timothy Marr 00:39:11 IM New York on 2012-08-11
5 Paul Ambrose 00:39:12 IM New York on 2012-08-11

TOP 5 Swim Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
1 Amanda Stevens USA 00:45:04 IM Germany on 2012-07-08
2 Dede Griesbauer USA 00:45:34 IM UK (Sherbourne) on 2006-08-16
3 Dede Griesbauer USA 00:45:48 IM Brasil on 2010-05-30
4 Simone Braendli SUI 00:45:51 IM Austria on 2014-06-29
5 Monica Byrn USA 00:45:59 IM Brasil on 2006-05-28

on current-assisted swim courses (e.g. New York, Cozumel, Chattanooga)

Rank Name Actual Time Race
1 Anna Cleaver 00:39:56 IM Chattanooga on 2014-09-28
2 Dede Griesbauer 00:40:29 IM New York on 2012-08-11
3 Mary Beth Ellis 00:40:33 IM New York on 2012-08-11
4 Amy Marsh 00:40:35 IM New York on 2012-08-11
5 Laurel Wassner 00:40:36 IM New York on 2012-08-11

TOP 5 Bike Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
  Andrew Starykowicz* USA (03:54:59) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
1 Andrew Starykowicz USA 04:01:14 IM Texas on 2017-04-22
2 Andrew Starykowicz USA 04:01:19 IM Florida on 2019-11-02
3 Andrew Starykowicz USA 04:02:17 IM Florida on 2013-11-02
4 Andrew Starykowicz USA 04:02:56 IM Texas on 2019-04-27
5 Boris Stein GER 04:03:08 IM Sweden on 2019-08-17

TOP 5 Bike Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
  Jen Annett* CAN (04:25:10) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
1 Daniela Ryf SUI 04:26:07 IM Hawaii on 2018-10-13
  Jodie Robertson* USA (04:27:30) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Kimberley Morrison* GBR (04:27:45) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Melissa Hauschildt* AUS (04:29:55) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
2 Daniela Ryf SUI 04:31:29 Challenge Roth on 2016-07-17
  Sara Svensk* SWE (04:32:33) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
3 Teresa Adam NZL 04:32:52 IM Western Australia on 2019-12-01
  Michelle Vesterby* DEN (04:33:11) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Meredith Kessler* USA (04:34:32) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
4 Corinne Abraham GBR 04:34:32 IM Sweden on 2018-08-18
  Amanda Wendorff* USA (04:34:46) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Tine Deckers* BEL (04:35:01) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
5 Kimberley Morrison GBR 04:34:53 IM Western Australia on 2019-12-01

TOP 5 Run Times of all time

Rank Name Nation Actual Time Race
  Matt Hanson* USA (02:34:39) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
  Ivan Tutukin* RUS (02:35:19) IM Texas on 2018-04-28
1 Ben Hoffman USA 02:36:09 IM Florida on 2019-11-02
2 Bart Aernouts BEL 02:37:01 IM France on 2013-06-23
3 Victor Del Corral ESP 02:37:29 IM Florida on 2013-11-02
4 Tyler Butterfield BMU 02:38:29 IM Cozumel on 2019-11-24
5 Craig Alexander AUS 02:38:46 IM Melbourne on 2012-03-24

TOP 5 Run Times of all time

Rank Name Actual Time Race
1 Kristin Moeller 02:41:57 IM UK on 2011-07-31
2 Chrissie Wellington 02:44:35 Challenge Roth on 2011-07-10
3 Chrissie Wellington 02:48:54 Challenge Roth on 2010-07-18
4 Mirinda Carfrae 02:49:06 IM Austria on 2016-06-26
5 Mirinda Carfrae 02:50:26 IM Hawaii on 2014-10-11

TOP 5 “On Land Times” of all time

Rank Name Combined  Bike & Run Race
1 Joe Skipper 06:44:52 IM Florida on 2019-11-02
2 Lionel Sanders 06:47:09 IM Arizona on 2016-11-20
3 Jan Frodeno 06:47:25 Challenge Roth on 2016-07-17
4 Tim Don 06:51:42 IM Brasil on 2017-05-28
5 Andreas Raelert 06:52:35 Challenge Roth on 2011-07-10

TOP 5 “On Land Times” of all time

Rank Name Combined  Bike & Run Race
1 Daniela Ryf 07:23:12 IM Hawaii on 2018-10-13
2 Chrissie Wellington 07:25:14 Challenge Roth on 2011-07-10
3 Chrissie Wellington 07:25:27 Challenge Roth on 2010-07-18
4 Daniela Ryf 07:29:09 Challenge Roth on 2016-07-17
5 Sara Svensk 07:32:59 IM Barcelona on 2019-10-06

Continental Records

Male Athletes

Continent Athlete Nation Time Date Race
Africa Matt Trautman ZAF 07:50:15 2019-09-14 Challenge Almere
Asia/Pacific Patrick Vernay NCL 08:03:46 2009-07-12 Challenge Roth
Oceania Cameron Wurf AUS 07:46:54 2019-09-21 IM Italy
Europe Jan Frodeno GER 07:35:39 2016-07-17 Challenge Roth
North America Matt Hanson*
Tyler Butterfield
USA
BMU
(07:39:25)
07:44:01
2018-04-28
2019-11-24
IM Texas
IM Cozumel
South America Mario de Elias ARG 7:52:02 2019-11-24 IM Cozumel

Female Athletes

Continent Athlete Nation Time Date Race
Africa Paula Newby-Fraser ZIM 08:50:53 1994-07-10 IM Europe (Roth)
Asia/Pacific Emi Shiono JPN 09:23:26 2008-03-01 IM New Zealand
Australia Melissa Hauschildt*
Sarah Crowley
AUS
AUS
(08:31:05)
08:38:11
2018-04-28
2019-07-07
IM Texas
Challenge Roth
Europe Chrissie Wellington GBR 08:18:13 2011-07-10 Challenge Roth
North America Heather Jackson USA 08:39:18 2018-11-18 IM Arizona
South America Ariane Monticeli BRA 08:59:08 2015-05-31 IM Brasil

During her career, Paula Newby-Fraser has been racing for Zimbabwe and the USA and it’s a bit hard to assign her to one country or continent, but she is listed in the Roth 1994 results as racing for Zimbabwe. (In an earlier version of this post her time was erroneously listed as 8:55. Thanks to Shai Caller for letting me know her correct finishing time.) If you don’t want to count Paula for Africa, then the fastest time has been posted by Jeanni Seymour (8:58:03 at IM Texas 2019).

National Records

Male Athletes

Nation Athlete Finish Date Race
ARG Mario de Elias 07:52:02 2019-11-24 IM Cozumel
AUS Cameron Wurf 07:46:54 2019-09-21 IM Italy
AUT Michael Weiss 07:47:12 2019-11-24 IM Cozumel
BEL Marino Vanhoenacker 07:45:58 2011-0703 IM Austria
BMU Tyler Butterfield 07:44:01 2019-11-24 IM Cozumel
BRA Igor Amorelli 07:59:36 2015-05-31 IM Brasil
CAN Lionel Sanders 07:44:29 2016-11-20 IM Arizona
CZE Tomas Renc 07:54:05 2019-08-17 IM Sweden
DEN Mathias Lyngsoe Petersen 07:52:29 2019-08-17 IM Sweden
ESP Ivan Rana 07:48:43 2014-06-29 IM Austria
EST Kirill Kotshegarov 07:59:32 2017-04-22 IM Texas
FRA Antony Costes 07:49:19 2017-09-30 IM Barcelona
GBR Tim Don 07:40:23 2017-05-28 IM Brasil
GER Jan Frodeno 07:35:39 2016-07-17 Challenge Roth
LUX Dirk Bockel 07:52:01 2013-07-14 Challenge Roth
MEX Mauricio Mendez Cruz 08:15:44 2019-04-27 IM Texas
NED Jan Van der Marel 07:57:46 1999-09-04 Almere Triathlon
NZL Terenzo Bozzone 07:51:26 2016-12-04 IM Western Australia
SUI Jan van Berkel*
Manuel Küng
(07:48:40)
07:54:59
2018-04-28
2019-11-24
IM Texas
IM Cozumel
SWE Patrik Nilsson 07:49:18 2016-08-21 IM Copenhagen
UKR Viktor Zyemtsev 07:58:03 2017-09-30 IM Barcelona
USA Matt Hanson*
Ben Hoffman
(07:39:25)
07:48:29
2018-04-18
2019-11-02
IM Texas
IM Florida
ZAF Matt Trautman 07:50:15 2019-09-14 Challenge Almere

Female Athletes

Nation Athlete Finish Date Race
AUS Melissa Hauschildt* 
Sarah Crowley
(08:31:05)
08:38:11
2018-04-28
2019-07-07
IM Texas
Challenge Roth
AUT Eva Wutti 08:37:36 2013-03-18 IM Copenhagen
BEL Sofie Goos 08:57:08 2014-06-29 IM Austria
BRA Ariane Monticeli 08:59:08 2015-05-31 IM Brasil
CAN Jen Annett*
Heather Fuhr
(08:49:27)
08:51:22
2018-04-28
2002-07-07
IM Texas
IM Austria
CHI Pamela Tastets 09:07:56 2017-05-28 IM Brasil
CZE Lucie Zelenkova 08:57:34 2013-10-06 Challenge Barcelona
DEN Michelle Vesterby*
Camilla Pedersen
(08:45:47)
08:49:23
2018-04-28
2019-08-18
IM Texas
IM Copenhagen
ESP Gurutze Frades Larralde 08:49:40 2019-12-01 IM Western Australia
FIN Kaisa Sali 08:46:49 2018-07-01 Challenge Roth
GBR Chrissie Wellington 08:18:13 2011-07-10 Challenge Roth
GER Anne Haug 08:31:32 2019-08-18 IM Copenhagen
HUN Erika Csomor 08:47:05 2008-07-13 Challenge Roth
IRL Eimear Mullan 08:56:51 2015-10-04 IM Barcelona
ITA Edith Niederfriniger 08:59:45 2008-07-13 IM Austria
MEX Palmira Alvarez 09:45:56 2017-11-26 IM Cozumel
NED Yvonne Van Vlerken 08:43:07 2013-11-02 IM Florida
NZL Teresa Adam 08:38:42 2019-12-01 IM Western Australia
POL Agnieszka Jerzyk 08:48:49 2019-07-07 Challenge Roth
SUI Daniela Ryf 08:22:04 2016-07-17 Challenge Roth
SWE Sara Svensk 08:34:10 2019-10-06 IM Barcelona
USA Heather Jackson 08:39:18 2018-11-18 IM Arizona
ZAF Jeanni Seymour 08:58:03 2019-04-27 IM Texas

National Top 5

As suggested by the IMTalk hosts John Newsom and Bevan James Eyles, here are some more details for a few nations and their fastest athletes in Kona. Each athlete is only listed with her/his fastest time.

USA

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Ben Hoffman, 07:48:29 at IM Florida 2019
  2. Matt Hanson, 07:52:44 at IM Texas 2017
  3. Jesse Thomas, 07:54:39 at Challenge Roth 2018
  4. Andy Potts, 07:55:12 at IM Western Australia 2016
  5. Andrew Starykowicz, 07:55:22 at IM Florida 2013

If you include IM Texas 2018, Matt Hanson would be the fastest athlete (he posted a 7:39:25), followed by Andrew Starykowicz (7:50:56) in third.

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Heather Jackson, 08:39:18 at IM Arizona 2018
  2. Jocelyn McCauley, 08:39:41 at IM Texas 2019
  3. Sarah Piampiano, 08:40:48 at IM Brasil 2019
  4. Linsey Corbin, 08:42:42 at IM Austria 2014
  5. Mary Beth Ellis, 08:43:34 at IM Austria 2011

Her fast time at IM Texas 2018 would put Jodie Robertson (08:43:16) in fifth place.

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. Timothy O’Donnell, 07:59:41 in 2019
  2. Ben Hoffman, 08:02:52 in 2019
  3. Matthew Russell, 08:04:45 in 2018
  4. Mark Allen, 08:07:46 in 1993
  5. Andy Potts, 08:09:34 in 2018

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Sarah True, 08:43:43 in 2018
  2. Heather Jackson, 08:54:44 in 2019
  3. Paula Newby-Fraser, 08:55:28 in 1992
  4. Linsey Corbin, 08:58:58 in 2018
  5. Sarah Piampiano, 9:01:57 in 2018

Germany

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Jan Frodeno, 07:35:39 at Challenge Roth 2016
  2. Andreas Raelert, 07:41:33 at Challenge Roth 2011
  3. Florian Angert, 07:45:05 at IM Barcelona 2019
  4. Sebastian Kienle, 07:46:23 at Challenge Roth 2018
  5. Boris Stein, 07:49:14 at IM Sweden 2019

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Anne Haug, 08:31:32 at IM Copenhagen 2019
  2. Laura Philipp, 08:34:57 at IM Barcelona 2018
  3. Daniela Bleymehl, 08:43:17 at Challenge Roth 2019
  4. Sandra Wallenhorst, 08:47:26 at IM Austria 2008
  5. Carolin Lehrieder, 08:48:23 at IM Italy 2019

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. Jan Frodeno, 07:51:13 in 2019
  2. Patrick Lange, 07:52:39 in 2018
  3. Sebastian Kienle, 08:02:04 in 2019
  4. Thomas Hellriegel, 08:06:07 in 1996
  5. Andreas Raelert, 08:11:07 in 2011

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Anne Haug, 08:40:10 in 2019
  2. Laura Philipp, 08:51:42 in 2019
  3. Mareen Hufe, 09:06:35 in 2018
  4. Daniela Bleymehl, 09:08:30 in 2019
  5. Nina Kraft, 09:14:24 in 2002

Australia

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Cameron Wurf, 07:46:54 at IM Italy 2019
  2. Chris McCormack, 07:54:23 at Challenge Roth 2007
  3. Matt Burton, 07:55:40 at IM Western Australia 2019
  4. Luke McKenzie, 07:55:58 at IM Western Australia 2015
  5. Nick Kastelein, 07:57:32 at IM Barcelona 2019

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Sarah Crowley, 08:38:11 at Challenge Roth 2019
  2. Carrie Lester, 08:38:41 at IM Cozumel 2019
  3. Mirinda Carfrae, 08:38:53 at Challenge Roth 2014
  4. Rebekah Keat, 08:39:24 at Challenge Roth 2009
  5. Melissa Hauschildt, 08:52:51 at IM Melbourne 2015

When including Texas 2018, Mel Hauschildt would have the fastest Australian time with her 8:31:05.

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. Craig Alexander, 08:03:56 in 2011
  2. Cameron Wurf, 08:06:41 in 2019
  3. Pete Jacobs, 08:09:11 in 2011
  4. Chris McCormack, 08:10:37 in 2010
  5. Tim Van Berkel, 08:13:47 in 2018

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Sarah Crowley, 08:48:13 in 2019
  2. Mirinda Carfrae, 08:50:45 in 2018
  3. Carrie Lester, 08:58:40 in 2019
  4. Liz Blatchford, 09:03:35 in 2013
  5. Michellie Jones, 09:11:51 in 2005

Canada

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Lionel Sanders, 07:44:29 at IM Arizona 2016
  2. Brent McMahon, 07:46:10 at IM Brasil 2016
  3. Cody Beals, 07:58:34 at IM Mont Tremblant 2019
  4. Jeff Symonds, 08:04:29 at IM Melbourne 2015
  5. Tom Evans, 08:07:59 at IM Florida 2008

Peter Reid won IM Austria in 1999 in 7:51:56 posting a 2:35 run split, but he himself acknowledges that the run course was short by a few k.

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Heather Fuhr, 08:51:22 at IM Austria 2002
  2. Jen Annett, 08:51:29 at IM Arizona 2018
  3. Angela Naeth, 08:54:55 at IM Chattanooga 2014
  4. Kirsty Jahn, 08:54:57 at IM Brasil 2018
  5. Sara Gross, 08:56:35 at IM Brasil 2014

Counting IM Texas, Jen Annett would take over the #1 spot with her 08:49:27 finish.

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. Lionel Sanders, 08:04:07 in 2017
  2. Peter Reid, 08:20:04 in 2005
  3. Brent McMahon, 08:30:13 in 2015
  4. Mike Neill, 08:47:57 in 2007
  5. Tom Evans, 08:48:36 in 2005

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Angela Naeth, 08:57:36 in 2018
  2. Lori Bowden, 09:11:56 in 2003 
  3. Samantha McGlone, 09:14:04 in 2007
  4. Heather Wurtele, 09:17:56 in 2011
  5. Lisa Bentley, 09:25:18 in 2006

New Zealand

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Terenzo Bozzone, 07:51:26 at IM Western Australia 2016
  2. Mike Phillips, 07:52:50 at IM Barcelona 2017
  3. Braden Currie, 07:54:58 at IM Cairns 2018
  4. Cameron Brown, 08:00:12 at IM Melbourne 2012
  5. Richard Ussher, 08:02:15 at Challenge Roth 2009

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Teresa Adam, 08:38:42 at IM Western Australia 2019
  2. Britta Martin, 08:56:34 at IM Western Australia 2014
  3. Gina Crawford, 08:57:18 at Challenge Roth 2008
  4. Joanna Lawn, 08:58:25 at Challenge Roth 2007
  5. Erin Baker, 09:05:28 at IM Canada 1990

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. Braden Currie, 8:04:41 in 2018
  2. Terenzo Bozzone, 08:13:06 in 2017
  3. Mike Philips, 8:17:54 in 2018
  4. Cameron Brown, 08:19:36 in 2005
  5. Simon Cochrane, 8:50:54 in 2018

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Erin Baker, 09:08:04 in 1993
  2. Teresa Adam, 09:12:53 in 2018
  3. Gina Crawford, 09:14:47 in 2013
  4. Joanna Lawn, 09:14:53 in 2005
  5. Melanie Burke, 09:25:02 in 2018

United Kingdom

John Levison from Tri247.com has a lot more data on the British athletes overall and in Kona.

Fastest Male Athletes Overall

  1. Tim Don, 07:40:23 at IM Brasil 2017
  2. Alistair Brownlee, 07:45:20 at IM Western Australia 2019
  3. Joe Skipper, 07:46:28 at IM Florida 2019
  4. Will Clarke, 07:59:02 at IM Texas 2017
  5. David McNamee, 08:01:09 at IM Hawaii 2018

Will Clarke’s Texas 2018 result (07:45:22) would see him climb into third place.

Fastest Female Athletes Overall

  1. Chrissie Wellington, 08:18:13 at Challenge Roth 2011
  2. Lucy Charles-Barclay, 08:31:09 at Challenge Roth 2019
  3. Rachel Joyce, 08:42:25 at Challenge Roth 2014
  4. Corinne Abraham, 08:45:06 at IM Sweden 2018
  5. Catriona Morrison, 08:48:11 at Challenge Roth 2009

Fastest Male Athletes in Kona

  1. David McNamee, 08:01:09 in 2018
  2. Joe Skipper, 08:05:54 in 2018
  3. Alistair Brownlee, 08:25:03 in 2019
  4. Will Clarke, 08:29:00 in 2019
  5. Tom Lowe, 08:29:02 in 2011

Fastest Female Athletes in Kona

  1. Lucy Charles, 08:36:34 in 2018
  2. Chrissie Wellington, 08:54:02 in 2009
  3. Rachel Joyce, 08:57:28 in 2013
  4. Corinne Abraham, 08:57:55 in 2018
  5. Leanda Cave, 09:03:29 in 2011

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