Madaí Pérez

Madaí Pérez Carrillo (born 2 February 1980 in Tlaxcala) is a Mexican long-distance runner.

Career

Her first full marathon race was the 2003 Chicago Marathon, where she finished twelfth in 2:31:34 hours. She finished fifth over 10,000 metres at the 2003 Pan American Games. In 2005 she finished eleventh in the marathon at the World Championships in a personal best time of 2:26:50 hours, and sixth at the 2005 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. In 2006 she finished fourth at the Chicago Marathon in a new Mexican record time of 2:22:59 hours. In the Boston Marathon 2007 she came in third (2:30:16). At the World Championships of Athletics in Osaka 2007, Japan she finished in 15th position, thus being the best female Latin American participant (2:35:17).The old record belonged to Adriana Fernández. At the 2008 Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitation at Stanford she finished sixth in the 10.000 mts. with a personal best of 31:30:23. In Ixtapa, Mexico on May 11, 2008, she qualified for the Olympic Marathon in a 30 km trial, finishing in first position (1:45:05), followed by Dulce Maria Rodriguez and Patricia Retiz who also will form part of the team for Beijing. On June 7,Perez finished six seconds behind winner Hilda Kibet in 32:49, and Deena Kastor took third in 33:14 at the New York Mini 10K. In her last competition on July 27, 2008 before the Olympic Games, Madai finished second in the Half Marathon New York behind Catherine Ndereba and improved her personal best: 1:10:26. On August 17, 2008, Madaí finished 19th on the Olympic Marathon in Beijing, her time was 2:31:47.

Since 2002 Pérez is coached by Germán Silva, champion 1994-1995 NY City Marathon. She is married to fellow marathon runner Odilón Cuahutle and they have a son Kenjiro.

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