Kenenisa Bekele won the 46th Berlin Marathon in 02:01:41, but missed the world record. 

In the end it was close. A lot. Kenenisa Bekele won the 46th Berlin Marathon in 02:01:41, but missed the world record. And that for just two seconds. For the women, Ashete Bekere won – an Ethiopian double success. The victory he has secured – the sensation just missed: veteran Kenenisa Bekele has lagged behind in the 46th Berlin Marathon just two seconds behind the world record time. The 37-year-old Ethiopian needed 02:01:41 hours for the 42.195 kilometers. For him, it is the second victory after 2016 on the course by the German capital and a…

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Elite List of Airtel Delhi Half Marathon-19 Have Released | 59:18 Is Back To Defend

Belihu and Course record holder Gemechu to defend Airtel Delhi Half Marathon titles   Race promoters Procam International have announced the elite list, Ethiopia’s Andamlak Belihu and Tsehay Gemechu will return to the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon to defend their titles at the 15th edition of this prestigious IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday 20th October. Belihu won in India’s capital city last year in 59:18, just missing out on the course record of 59:06 held since 2014 by his compatriot Guye Adola. “Immediately after last year’s race I said that…

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A God’s Time Says Geoffrey Kamworor

GOD’S TIME : Geoffrey Kamworor “I have won three World Half Marathon titles and my fans kept on asking me when I would down the World Record. I told them that time will surely come, “said Kamwowor after his victory. “This is the time and God’s time is always the best and this is really special for me even though the weather wasn’t conducive.” Kamwowor now becomes the first man in history to run a sub-58 minutes, a victory that not only saw him shaving off the previous World Record by…

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A Prison who Produced Runners : San Quentin’s 1,000 Mile Club Runners

2019 Boston Marathon:  Markelle Taylor finished the 2019 Boston Marathon in three hours, three minutes and 52 seconds, a blisteringly fast time for a 46-year-old man who did all of his training on a quarter-mile track of asphalt, gravel and dirt with six 90-degree turns. Weeks before, on 2 March 2019. Image source : San Quentin’s 1,000 Mile Club: ‘The runners all get along well. They seem to support each other’.    Photograph: Frank Ruona   About 1000 Mile Club at at San Quentin Prison The 1000 Mile Club is the organised…

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