The marathon speed chart to see the legendary woman horse marathon elite female athletes marathon this year countdown to the second Grand Slam tournament – Chicago marathon on October 9th in the morning local time shots. The women’s champion is Kenya’s Kiplagat, she is the half marathon world record holder. The Chi Ma, her score is 2:21:32. The women’s track record is 2 hours, 17 minutes and 18 seconds, the fastest in the world for the women’s team. So where is the fastest track? This article, we come to the secret. Speaking of women’s marathon, had to mention the queen Radcliffe. The history of the world to maintain good results, all by her, but its far. October 13, 2002, Radcliffe run in the Chicago marathon 2 hours, 17 minutes and 18 seconds, which is the first time the woman ran into 2 hours and 18 minutes, immediately hit the world’s best results. The London Marathon in 2003, Radcliffe in front of his home to new heights, ran 2 hours 15 minutes and 25 seconds, the IAAF was recognized as the first women’s marathon world record. But then some twists and turns. Because Radcliffe 2 hours, 15 minutes and 25 seconds, is the men’s and women’s race, she also arranged a lot of men, private rabbit for its lead. Once the cancellation of the IAAF world record, but later changed back, or will it be the women’s world record. Well, the next group says women list — the first track speed is fast and the natural London Marathon, Radcliffe here in addition to a record 2 hours 15 minutes and 25 seconds of the world record, was also in 2005 on the run 2 hours 17 minutes 42 seconds, in the history of the third. In 2002, Radcliffe’s life "the first horse" is here, then ran for 2 hours and 18 minutes and 56 seconds, the first time so tough! And in 2012, the London Marathon women’s champion is Kenya kettenis, quite awesome – 2 hours 18 minutes and 37 seconds, with this achievement she also won the second person in history. Second fast track is also the Chicago marathon, Radcliffe in 2002 to run out of this in the last 2 hours, 17 minutes and 18 seconds, track record. In the previous year, that is, in 2001, Kenya veteran Ndereba (pictured below, the picture) in this run 2 hours, 18 minutes and 47 seconds, for the first time the woman ran into the 2 hour mark. Note: Although the results can not be counted as at the record, are not included in the IAAF database, but the World Marathon special database will result in one row at. So, this list also included to facilitate comparison of POMA. Fourth fastest track is the Holland marathon in Rotterdam – 2012, Ethiopia Tiki Gelana in 2 hours and 18 minutes and 58 seconds out of track record. The London Olympic Games, she in 2 hours, 23 minutes and 07 seconds won, and Olympic record (below). The fifth fastest race is the Berlin marathon in 2005, Japan’s yekou in Burma Mizuki ran 2 hour 19 minutes and 12 seconds, a track)