Takahiro Sunada

Takahiro Sunada (砂田貴裕 Sunada Takahiro?, born 19 January 1973) is a Japanese ultramarathon and marathon runner. He is the male world record holder over the 100 km ultramarathon distance, with a time of 6:13:33 (Lake Saroma-Tokoro Japan June 21, 1998).[1]

His personal best time for the marathon is 2:10:07 (Berlin, Germany September 10, 2000),[2] where he finished in 4th place.[3]

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Japan
2000 Berlin Marathon Berlin, Germany 4th Marathon 2:10:07

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