List of Non-professional Marathon Runners

List Of Non-professional Marathon Runners

This is a list of notable people known for their accomplishments outside of long-distance running who have completed a marathon. For elite athletes and others known primarily for running marathons, see List of marathoners or Category:Long-distance runners. Some of these people have competed in more than one marathon or other running events. This article lists the time and location of each person's fastest time in the marathon.

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