Liam Adams (runner)

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Liam Adams
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Liam Adams at Maribyrnong parkrun on 24 June 2017
Personal information
NationalityAustralian
Born (1986-09-04) 4 September 1986 (age 33)
Sport
SportCross Country and Track & Field
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)Mile: 4:08.42 (2007)
3000 m: 7:53.79 (2011)
5000 m: 13:31.21 (2013)
10000 m: 28:11.76 (2012)
Half Marathon: 1:02:51 (2019)
Marathon: 2:11:36 (2019)

Liam Adams (born 4 September 1986, Melbourne) is an Australian runner.[1]

Adams has taken part in several IAAF World Cross Country Championships with his best placing being in 2013 coming 23rd place.[1] In July 2012 he won the Gold Coast Half Marathon by finishing in front of Harry Summers and Shinichi Yamashita.[2] In October 2018 he won the Melbourne Marathon. [3]

Achievements[edit]

2007: 102nd, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Mombasa, Kenya
2008: 69th, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Edinburgh, Great Britain
2009: 69th, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Amman, Jordania
2010: 37th, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Bydgoszcz, Poland
2011: 79th, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Punta Umbría, Spain
2012: 1st, Gold Coast Half Marathon, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
2014: 7th, Commonwealth Games Marathon
2016: 5th, Orlen Warsaw Marathon
2016: 31st, Olympic Games Marathon Rio de Janeiro
2017: 9th, Berlin Marathon
2018: 5th, Commonwealth Games Marathon
2018: 1st, Melbourne Marathon
2018: 2nd, Kobe Marathon
2019: 1st, Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon
2019: 6th, Gold Coast Marathon

Personal bests[edit]

Discipline Result Year Location
Outdoor
One mile 4:08.42 2007 Melbourne, Australia
3,000 metres 7:53.79 2011 Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
5,000 metres 13:31.21 2013 Walnut, California, United States
10,000 metres 28:11.76 2012 Palo Alto, California, United States
Half Marathon 1:02:51 2019 Sydney, Australia
Marathon 2:11:36 2019 Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Liam Adams". IAAF. Retrieved 3 July 2012.
  2. ^ "2012 Gold Coast Airport Marathon". GoldCoast.com. 1 July 2012. Retrieved 3 July 2012.
  3. ^ https://www.multisportaustralia.com.au/races/15173

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