| Isabellah Andersson|
Lars Andersson (m. 2006)
| 12 November 1980 (age 35) (1980-11-12) |
Mustafa Mohamed, Meraf Bahta, Martina Haag
Isabellah Andersson Wikipedia
Isabellah Andersson (born Isabellah Moraa Amoro on 12 November 1980 in Kenya ) is a Swedish - Kenyan distance runner. She resides in Vilshult in Sweden, and since May 2009 is a Swedish citizen. She competes for the club Hässelby SK.
Andersson became the new Swedish record holder in marathon 22 January 2010 when she was fifth in the Dubai Marathon on time 2:26:52. On 31 October 2010 she finished fourth in Frankfurt Marathon in 2:25.10 hours, thus setting a new national record. She has won Stockholm marathon four times in a row. She ran at the 2011 Dubai Marathon and came third, improving her record time to 2:23:41 hours. At the 2011 World Championships, she came 7th. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she came 18th.
She originally came to Sweden to learn more about the sport foot orienteering and ended up meeting her husband Lars Andersson, a Foot frienteering enthusiast and competitor. They married in October 2006 and have a daughter named Beyoncé (born 2009), after the American singer.
On 10 April 2016 she had to give up participation in the Rotterdam Marathon in the Netherlands, feeling bad in her legs, leading to her missing the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Etape Bornholm, 2009, victory and Swedish record of 10 km
Stockholm Marathon, 2008 victory, 2009 victory, 2010 victory, 2011 victory, 2013 victory, 2014 victory.
Göteborgsvarvet, 2008 2nd, 2009 2nd, 2010 2nd
Terräng-SM/Cross country championships, 2008, first both the 4 km and 8 km
Lidingöloppet, 30 km, in 2007, first
2010 European Athletics Championships, Barcelona, marathon, 3rd and bronze medal, 2:34:43 (after DQ of the two first arrived).
5000 m - 15:45.08 - SM, Malmo 2009
10 000 m - 33:15.25 - Stockholm, 2013
10 km road - 32:24 - Etape Bornholm, 2009, Swedish record
Half marathon - 1:10:02 - "Venloop"in Dutch Venlo in 2010, Swedish record
Marathon - 2:23:41 - Dubai Marathon 2011, Swedish record