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2018 European Champs to Berlin

European Athletics has awarded the 2018 European Athletics Championships to the Germany city of Berlin. The European Athletics Council made the decision Saturday morning after the German Athletics Federation and City of Berlin presented their candidacy to host the 24th edition of the event. European Athletics President Hansjörg Wirz said, “We are very pleased to […]

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Top field expected at Berlin 2013

In addition to the number one and number two in the world, world-record holder, Patrick Makau, and Wilson Kipsang (both of Kenya), several other top-notch runners will be competing in Berlin on September 29: Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya) was crowned world champion in the 5000m in 2003 and won Olympic bronze in 2004 and silver in […]

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Kenyans take Berlin Half Title

Kenyans Jacob Kendagor and Helah Kiprop took the 33rd edition of the Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON. For the first time in his career Kendagor clocked a time of 59:36 minutes. It is the fifth fastest result in the world this year, discounting courses of those races that are not eligible for official records. Only the […]

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Mutai pips Kimetto in Berlin

Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya re-established his claim to be the world’s best marathoner this morning, but only just. Mutai won the 39th BMW Berlin Marathon in 2.04.15, narrowly beating his training partner, Dennis Kimetto, who clocked the fastest marathon debut in history, 2.04.16. Another Kenyan debutant, 19 year old Geoffrey Kipsang was third in 2.06.12. […]

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Mutai for Berlin 2012

In April 2011, Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya won the Boston Marathon in a time of 2:03:02, covering the 42.195 km distance faster than anyone in history. This time is not recognized as the standing world record because Boston’s 139 m* net drop does not conform to international road-running course standards. Six months after his victory […]

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Berlin 2007

Haile Gebrselassie shattered the world record when winning this morning’s Real Berlin Marathon. Gebrselassie clocked the unofficial time of two hours four minutes 26 seconds, a massive improvement on the mark of 2hrs 4mins 55secs which Kenya’s Paul Tergat achieved over the same course four years ago. The Ethiopian star said: “I knew I could […]

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Berlin Marathon Report – 28 September 2003

Berlin, Germany – Paul Tergat of Kenya, came to the Berlin marathon with one goal in mind. The World Record [WR] for the 42.2K distance. This record stood behind the name of Khallid Khannouchi of the US, by way of Morocco. The time was 2:05:38 and this had been established at the duel of London […]

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The Berlin Marathon 2003

The Berlin Marathon 2003 brought Kenyan Paul Tergat to the city on one mission alone. His aim was to break the World Record of 2:05:38 held by Khallid Khannouchi, which had been established at London 2002. Tergat had yet to win a marathon, however he had run 2:05:48 when Khannouchi set the record and won […]

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Top 10 positions Berlin Marathon 2003

Real-Berlin Marathon 2003 – Men`s Results (unofficial) ========================================= 1. Paul Tergat (Kenya) – 2:04:55 – WORLD RECORD 2. Sammy Korir (Kenya) – 2:04:56 – also inside former WR of 2:05:38 by Khalid Khannouchi 3. Titus Munji (Kenya) – 2:06:15 4. Andres Espinosa (Mexico) – 2:08:46 – World Vets` or Masters Record 5. Raymond Kipkoech (Kenya) […]

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Ethiopians Gebrselassie and Wami win Berlin Marathon 2006

Ethiopian dominance was the order of the day at the 33rd real,- Berlin Marathon on Sunday the 24th September, 2006. Haile Gebrselassie, the former King of Track, is building on his reputation as the one of World’s greatest runners of all time with a simply awesome victory in a personal best time of 2:05:56. Compatriot […]

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