|Portugal Half Marathon|
|Primary sponsor||Água de Luso|
|Course records||Men's: 1:00:12 (2019)|
Women's: 1:06:54 (2019)
|Official site||Portugal Half Marathon|
A new, faster course was established for the race in 2010 and 25 km record holder Mary Keitany duly responded by setting a women's course record of 1:08:46. She returned the following year and defended her title in another women's course record of 1:07:54 hours, while Silas Sang had his third victory in the men's competition.
Key: Course record
- Fernandes, António Manuel (2010-09-26). Tola and Keitany romp to Half Marathon victories in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-09-27.
- Fernandes, Antonio Manuel (2011-09-25). Keitany smashes race record in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-09-30.
- Minshull, Phil (2013-10-06). Wilson Kiprop sets course record at Half Marathon of Portugal in Lisbon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-06.
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