See who made out list of the top marathoners of all time.

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Runners are listed with their marathon PR and their biggest marathon highlight.

Top 35 Greatest Female Marathoners Of All Time
35. Serena Burla, 2:28:01; 2nd place, 2011 Amsterdam Marathon
34. Kathrine Switzer, 2:51:37, 1st Place, 1974 NYC Marathon
33. Sara Mae Berman, 3:05:07, Three-time Boston Marathon winner, 1969-1971
32. Bobbi Gibb, 3:21:40, Three-time Boston Marathon winner, 1966–1968
31. Maria Trujillo, 2:28:53, 14th place, 1991 IAAF World Championships
30. Margaret Groos Sloan, 2:29:50, 1st Place, 1988 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
29. Nina Kusick, 2:50:00, First Official Boston Marathon Female Champion, 1972
28. Cheryl (Bridges) Treworgy, 2:49:40, Marathon World Record-Holder, 1971-1973
27. Olga Appell, 2:27:59, Two-Time Twin Cities Marathon Winner
26. Amy Hastings, 2:27:03, 4th Place, 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
25. Jen Rhines, 2:29:32, 3rd Place, 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
24. Marla Runyan, 2:27:10, 1st Place, 2006 U.S. Marathon Championships
23. Magdalena Lewy-Boulet, 2:26:22, 2nd Place, 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
 22. Jenny Spangler, 2:29:54, 1st Place, 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
21. Christine Clark, 2:31:15, 19th place, 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney, Australia
20. Sue Marchiano, 2:30:48; 1st place, 1989 IAAF World Marathon Cup
19. Anne-Marie Letko, 2:30:19, 10th place, 1996 Olympic Marathon
18. Janis Klecker, 2:30:12, 1st Place, 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
17. Nancy Ditz, 2:31:36, 7th place 1991 IAAF World Championships
16. Linda Somers Smith, 2:32:12, Seven-Time U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Runner
15. Francie Larrieu Smith, 2:27:35, 12th Place, 1992 Olympic Marathon
14. Colleen De Reuck, 2:28:01, 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials Champion
13. Julie Brown, 2:26:26, 2nd place, 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
12. Cathy O'Brien, 2:29:38, 10th place, 1992 Olympic Marathon, Barcelona, Spain
11. Marianne Dickerson, 2:31:09, 2nd Place, 1983 IAAF World Championships
10. Kim Jones, 2:26:40, 8th place, 1993 IAAF World Championships
9. Desiree Linden, 2:22:38, 2nd Place, 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
8. Kara Goucher, 2:24:52, 3rd Place, 2008 New York City Marathon
7. Patti Catalano Dillon, 2:27:52, 2nd Place, Boston Marathon, 1979-1981
6. Lisa Rainsberger, 2:18:15, 1985 Boston Marathon Champion
5. Shalane Flanagan, 2:21:14, 1st Place, 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon
Shalane Flanagan at the 2014 Boston Marathon.
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3. Jacqueline‬ Hansen, 2:38:10, Marathon World-Record Holder, 1974, 1975
2. Deena (Drossin) Kastor, 2:19:36, 2004 Olympic Bronze Medalist
1. Joan (Benoit) Samuelson, 2:21:21, 1984 Olympic Marathon Champion