Canadian marathon record holder - 2:23:12

2022 Record-Setting Year

Vancouver’s Natasha Wodak is at the front of the most impressive era of Canadian women’s distance running ever and keeps improving. The diminutive but fierce distance runner won both the 2022 Canadian 10k road and Half Marathon Championships and then went on to smash the Canadian marathon record at the Berlin Marathon. She lowered the record by over a minute and a half, from 2:24:50 to 2:23:12. Natasha has her eyes set on the Paris Olympics in 2024 and improving on her 13th place finish at the Tokyo Olympics.

2020 Tokyo Olympics

Natasha was part of Canada’s best-ever Olympic marathon performance, finishing the gruelling 2020 Sapporo course in 13th place. Having worked with fellow Canadian Malindi Elmore (9th), sharing ice bags and handing each other water as they maneuvered the heavy traffic to accomplish something truly remarkable.

Qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics

In just the second marathon of her career – and her first in more than seven years – Natasha Wodak became the second-fastest female marathoner in Canadian history. In one of the few race opportunities in 2020, Wodak finished The Marathon Project in Chandler, Arizona in 2:26:19, putting her well under the Olympic entry standard of 2:29:30. In January 2020, Wodak set the national record in the half marathon only to see it broken a couple of weeks later by Andrea Seccafien. She had been the first Canadian woman to ever break the 70-minute mark in the half marathon and now owns two of the top three Canadian times all-time in the distance.

2019 PanAm Games Gold Medalist

Wodak had a hugely successful season on the track in 2019. She won the Canadian title in the 10,000m and then the gold medal in that event at the Pan Am Games in Lima, her first major international medal after more than two decades as an elite racer. Her winning time of 31:55.17 was a Pan Am Games record. On the road, she finished first at the Vancouver Half Marathon and won the Canadian 10km title.

2016 Rio Olympics

In late January 2016, she was diagnosed with a stress reaction in her foot, followed by another bout of illness that left her unable to race until May. Despite the adversity, she qualified for her first Olympic Games and competed in the 10,000m at Rio 2016.




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  • 2023 World Championships, Budapest - Marathon 15th Place
  • Berlin Marathon: 2022 (Canadian Marathon Record 2:23:12)
  • 2022 Canadian Champion - Road 10k and Half Marathon
  • Tokyo Olympic Games: 2020 - 13th (marathon);
  • Rio Olympic Games: 2016 – 22nd (10,000m)
  • Pan American Games: 2019 – GOLD (10,000m); 2015 – 7th (10,000m)
  • Commonwealth Games: 2018 – 5th (10,000m)
  • World Athletics Championships: 2019 – 17th (10,000m); 2017 – 16th (10,000m); 2015 – 23rd (10,000m)
  • World Cross-Country Championships: 2019 – 43rd; 2015 – 27th; 2013 – 24th
  • Marathons: 2020 – 5th (The Marathon Project); 2013 – 10th (Toronto Waterfront)
  • Personal bests of; 4:15.6 (1500m), 4:41.2 (mile), 9:02 (3000m), 15:36 (road 5k), 15:29 (5000m), 25:28 (road 8 km), 31:41 (10000m), 31:58 (road 10 km), 1:09:41 (half marathon) and 2:23:12 (marathon)