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Canadian 2007 Rankings and All Time Rankings
Updated October 6, 2007

2007 National Marathon Rankings

Lioudmila Kortchaguina, 35, from Toronto, is ranked first Canadian female with a time of 2:31:57 set in the National Capital Marathon in Ottawa on May 27.

Jerry Ziak, from Vancouver (30-39), is ranked first Canadian male with a time of 2:17:24 set in the Toronto Waterfront Marathon on September 30.

2007 National Half Marathon Rankings

John Cybulski from Sault Ste. Marie is ranked 6th in the Ontario 50-59 age category with a time of 1:24:36 set in the Toronto Waterfront Half Marathon on September 30.

Lioudmila Kortchaguina, 35, from Toronto, is ranked first Canadian female with a time of 1:14:41 set in the Scotia Bank Half Marathon on April 22.

Dylan Wykes, from Providence (24), is ranked first Canadian male with a time of 1:04:04 set in the New York Half Marathon on August 5.

The above rankings are according to the Marathon Canada web site.



All time Rankings from Athletics Canada as of Dec 31, 2006

All Time Marathon Rankings

Rob Kinnunen is ranked 35th on the All Time Rankings List for the marathon with a time of 2:17:25 set in Omaha, Nebraska on November 6, 1982 where he placed first. Kinnunen (b. 1956) formerly from Sault Ste. Marie is now living in Vermillion, SD, and is the men's and women's cross country coach at the University of South Dakota.

First on the All Time Rankings List is Jerome Drayton (b. 1945) with a time of 2:10:09 set at the Fukuoka Marathon in Japan on Dec 6, 1975. The first female is Sylvia Ruegger (b. 1961) with a time of 2:28:36 set in Houston, Texas on Jan 6, 1985.

All Time Track Rankings

Sherri Smith (b. 1976) is ranked 18th in the 3,000 M Steeplechase with a time of 10:47.60 set in Walnut, California, on April 20, 2001. Smith is also ranked 42nd in the 5,000 M with a time of 16:10.82 set in Des Moines, Iowa on April 24, 1999. Smith is also ranked 34th in the 10,000 M with a time 33:56.48 set in Arlington, Texas on May 30, 1999.