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Invited athletes, cialis 40mg http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Stephen Kiprotich of Uganda (L, information pills http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php 3), http://danielborda.net/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/submit.php Dickson Chumba of Kenya (2nd L, 4), Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia (5th R, 2) and Endeshaw Negesse of Ethiopia (3rd R, 5 yellow shirts) start the Tokyo Marathon 2015 withamong other runners in Tokyo on February 22, 2015. More than 35,500 runners took part in the Tokyo Marathon. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA
Uganda’s London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 IAAF World Championships winner Stephen Kiprotich set a Uganda marathon National Record (NR) after he finished second in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday (22) receiving Shs96m and an extra Shs120m for the NR.

Kip broke his previous record of 2:07:20 which he set at the 2011 Enschede Marathon crossing the line in Tokyo in two hours, more about http://ckls.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php six minutes and 33 seconds. He dedicated the achievement to the memory of his baby daughter Elizabeth who passed away from a respiratory illness last month.

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The IAAF Gold Label Road Race was won by Ethiopia’s  Endeshaw Negesse winning in 2:06:00. Negesse broke away from Kenya’s defending champion Dickson Chumba just before 40km to become only the second Ethiopian man, information pills http://changescale.org/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/wp-contact-form-7.php after Hailu Mekonnen in 2011, http://cooperatition.org/wp-includes/functions.php to win Japan’s most prestigious road race.

It was third fastest time in Tokyo Marathon, but just fell short of the twin goals of beating the Japanese all-comers best of 2:05:18, which belongs to Tsegaye Kebede from the 2009 Fukuoka Marathon and who was also in this year’s Tokyo race, and the course record of 2:05:42, which was set by Chumba in 2014.

The 40km time of 1:59:21 was only two second slower than Chumba’s 40km time from the last year, so there was still chance to break the course record, although by then breaking the all comers record was out of question.

However, the final 2.195km was just too slow, 6:39 compared to what Chumba’s had done when he clocked 6:23 for the final stretch last year.

Kiprotich passed the fading Chumba in the final metres to finish second in a personal best of 2:06:33, a huge personal best, eclipsing his best of 2:07:20 from 2011.

Leading results

Men
1. Endeshaw Negesse (ETH) 2:06:00
2. Stephen Kiprotich (UGA) 2:06:33
3. Dickson Chumba (KEN) 2:06:34
4. Shumi Dechasa (BRN) 2:07:20
5. Peter Some (KEN) 2:07:22
6. Markos Geneti (ETH) 2:07:25
7. Masato Imai (JPN) 2:07:39
8. Tsegaye Kebede (ETH) 2:07:58
9. Hiroaki Sano (JPN) 2:09:12
10. Benjamin Ngandu (KEN) 2:09:19

Women
1. Berhane Dibaba (ETH) 2:23:15
2. Helah Kiprop (KEN) 2:24:03
3. Tiki Gelana (ETH) 2:24:26
4. Selly Kaptich Chepyego (KEN) 2:26:43
5. Flomena Cheyech Daniel (KEN) 2:26:54
6. Yeshi Esayias (ETH) 2:30:15
7. Madoka Ogi (JPN) 2:30:25
8. Albina Mayorova (RUS) 2:34:21
9. Yukari Abe (JPN) 2:34:43
10. Yumiko Kinoshita (JPN) 2:35:49
Uganda’s London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 IAAF World Championships winner Stephen Kiprotich set a Uganda marathon National Record (NR) after he finished second in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday (22) receiving Shs96m and an extra Shs120m for the NR.

Kip broke his previous record of 2:07:20 which he set at the 2011 Enschede Marathon crossing the line in Tokyo in two hours, pill http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/config-validator.php six minutes and 33 seconds.

MARATHON-JPN

The IAAF Gold Label Road Race was won by Ethiopia’s  Endeshaw Negesse winning in 2:06:00. Negesse broke away from Kenya’s defending champion Dickson Chumba just before 40km to become only the second Ethiopian man, after Hailu Mekonnen in 2011, to win Japan’s most prestigious road race.

It was third fastest time in Tokyo Marathon, but just fell short of the twin goals of beating the Japanese all-comers best of 2:05:18, which belongs to Tsegaye Kebede from the 2009 Fukuoka Marathon and who was also in this year’s Tokyo race, and the course record of 2:05:42, which was set by Chumba in 2014.

The 40km time of 1:59:21 was only two second slower than Chumba’s 40km time from the last year, so there was still chance to break the course record, although by then breaking the all comers record was out of question.

However, the final 2.195km was just too slow, 6:39 compared to what Chumba’s had done when he clocked 6:23 for the final stretch last year.

Kiprotich passed the fading Chumba in the final metres to finish second in a personal best of 2:06:33, a huge personal best, eclipsing his best of 2:07:20 from 2011.

Leading results

Men
1. Endeshaw Negesse (ETH) 2:06:00
2. Stephen Kiprotich (UGA) 2:06:33
3. Dickson Chumba (KEN) 2:06:34
4. Shumi Dechasa (BRN) 2:07:20
5. Peter Some (KEN) 2:07:22
6. Markos Geneti (ETH) 2:07:25
7. Masato Imai (JPN) 2:07:39
8. Tsegaye Kebede (ETH) 2:07:58
9. Hiroaki Sano (JPN) 2:09:12
10. Benjamin Ngandu (KEN) 2:09:19

Women
1. Berhane Dibaba (ETH) 2:23:15
2. Helah Kiprop (KEN) 2:24:03
3. Tiki Gelana (ETH) 2:24:26
4. Selly Kaptich Chepyego (KEN) 2:26:43
5. Flomena Cheyech Daniel (KEN) 2:26:54
6. Yeshi Esayias (ETH) 2:30:15
7. Madoka Ogi (JPN) 2:30:25
8. Albina Mayorova (RUS) 2:34:21
9. Yukari Abe (JPN) 2:34:43
10. Yumiko Kinoshita (JPN) 2:35:49
Uganda’s London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 IAAF World Championships winner Stephen Kiprotich set a Uganda marathon National Record (NR) after he finished second in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday (22) receiving Shs96m and an extra Shs120m for the NR.

Kip broke his previous record of 2:07:20 which he set at the 2011 Enschede Marathon crossing the line in Tokyo in two hours, remedy http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php six minutes and 33 seconds.

MARATHON-JPN

The IAAF Gold Label Road Race was won by Ethiopia’s  Endeshaw Negesse winning in 2:06:00. Negesse broke away from Kenya’s defending champion Dickson Chumba just before 40km to become only the second Ethiopian man, http://comefare.com/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php after Hailu Mekonnen in 2011, to win Japan’s most prestigious road race.

It was third fastest time in Tokyo Marathon, but just fell short of the twin goals of beating the Japanese all-comers best of 2:05:18, which belongs to Tsegaye Kebede from the 2009 Fukuoka Marathon and who was also in this year’s Tokyo race, and the course record of 2:05:42, which was set by Chumba in 2014.

The 40km time of 1:59:21 was only two second slower than Chumba’s 40km time from the last year, so there was still chance to break the course record, although by then breaking the all comers record was out of question.

However, the final 2.195km was just too slow, 6:39 compared to what Chumba’s had done when he clocked 6:23 for the final stretch last year.

Kiprotich passed the fading Chumba in the final metres to finish second in a personal best of 2:06:33, a huge personal best. Kiprotich, showed the Olympic spirit, as he fought hard the entire way and was rewarded by passing Chumba just before the line for second. When Kiprotich overtook Chumba he smiled, pumped his fist, and had time to put his hands out to break the second place finishing tape (we’re not sure why they had a tape for second place but they did). If anyone deserved to break the tape and smile for second place it was Kiprotich.

Kiprotich not only comes across as a humble, grateful, and likable guy in press conferences, but he was dealing with a tremendous tragedy. His 19 month old, ‘Olympic’ baby, Elizabeth Chelanga, had died on January 2nd of this year.

Leading results

Men
1. Endeshaw Negesse (ETH) 2:06:00
2. Stephen Kiprotich (UGA) 2:06:33
3. Dickson Chumba (KEN) 2:06:34
4. Shumi Dechasa (BRN) 2:07:20
5. Peter Some (KEN) 2:07:22
6. Markos Geneti (ETH) 2:07:25
7. Masato Imai (JPN) 2:07:39
8. Tsegaye Kebede (ETH) 2:07:58
9. Hiroaki Sano (JPN) 2:09:12
10. Benjamin Ngandu (KEN) 2:09:19

Women
1. Berhane Dibaba (ETH) 2:23:15
2. Helah Kiprop (KEN) 2:24:03
3. Tiki Gelana (ETH) 2:24:26
4. Selly Kaptich Chepyego (KEN) 2:26:43
5. Flomena Cheyech Daniel (KEN) 2:26:54
6. Yeshi Esayias (ETH) 2:30:15
7. Madoka Ogi (JPN) 2:30:25
8. Albina Mayorova (RUS) 2:34:21
9. Yukari Abe (JPN) 2:34:43
10. Yumiko Kinoshita (JPN) 2:35:49
Uganda’s London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 IAAF World Championships winner Stephen Kiprotich set a Uganda marathon National Record (NR) after he finished second in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday (22) receiving Shs96m and an extra Shs120m for the NR.

Kip broke his previous record of 2:07:20 which he set at the 2011 Enschede Marathon crossing the line in Tokyo in two hours, pilule http://charlieacourt.com/wp-admin/includes/ms.php six minutes and 33 seconds.

MARATHON-JPN

The IAAF Gold Label Road Race was won by Ethiopia’s  Endeshaw Negesse winning in 2:06:00. Negesse broke away from Kenya’s defending champion Dickson Chumba just before 40km to become only the second Ethiopian man, advice after Hailu Mekonnen in 2011, to win Japan’s most prestigious road race.

It was third fastest time in Tokyo Marathon, but just fell short of the twin goals of beating the Japanese all-comers best of 2:05:18, which belongs to Tsegaye Kebede from the 2009 Fukuoka Marathon and who was also in this year’s Tokyo race, and the course record of 2:05:42, which was set by Chumba in 2014.

The 40km time of 1:59:21 was only two second slower than Chumba’s 40km time from the last year, so there was still chance to break the course record, although by then breaking the all comers record was out of question.

However, the final 2.195km was just too slow, 6:39 compared to what Chumba’s had done when he clocked 6:23 for the final stretch last year.

Kiprotich passed the fading Chumba in the final metres to finish second in a personal best of 2:06:33, a huge personal best. Kiprotich, showed the Olympic spirit, as he fought hard the entire way and was rewarded by passing Chumba just before the line for second. When Kiprotich overtook Chumba he smiled, pumped his fist, and had time to put his hands out to break the second place finishing tape (we’re not sure why they had a tape for second place but they did). If anyone deserved to break the tape and smile for second place it was Kiprotich.

Kiprotich not only comes across as a humble, grateful, and likable guy in press conferences, but he was dealing with a tremendous tragedy. His 19 month old, ‘Olympic’ baby, Elizabeth Chelanga, had died on January 2nd of this year.

Leading results

Men
1. Endeshaw Negesse (ETH) 2:06:00
2. Stephen Kiprotich (UGA) 2:06:33
3. Dickson Chumba (KEN) 2:06:34
4. Shumi Dechasa (BRN) 2:07:20
5. Peter Some (KEN) 2:07:22
6. Markos Geneti (ETH) 2:07:25
7. Masato Imai (JPN) 2:07:39
8. Tsegaye Kebede (ETH) 2:07:58
9. Hiroaki Sano (JPN) 2:09:12
10. Benjamin Ngandu (KEN) 2:09:19

Women
1. Berhane Dibaba (ETH) 2:23:15
2. Helah Kiprop (KEN) 2:24:03
3. Tiki Gelana (ETH) 2:24:26
4. Selly Kaptich Chepyego (KEN) 2:26:43
5. Flomena Cheyech Daniel (KEN) 2:26:54
6. Yeshi Esayias (ETH) 2:30:15
7. Madoka Ogi (JPN) 2:30:25
8. Albina Mayorova (RUS) 2:34:21
9. Yukari Abe (JPN) 2:34:43
10. Yumiko Kinoshita (JPN) 2:35:49
Kisumu Rally Results

  1. Tapio Laukkannen 1.27.12
  2. Jaspreet Chatthe 1.28.06
  3. Onkar Rai 1.30.05
  4. Baldev Chager 1.31.22
  5. Jas Mangat 1.31.53

Uganda’s best driver of the last decade Jas Mangat and his co driver Cedric Buzabo in a Mistibish Evo 10 RC 2 R4 clocked a time of 1hour 31minutes and 53 secs finish a distant fifth in the 2015 KCB Kisumu Rally over the weekend despite entering as favorites.

Former British and Finland champion Tapio Laukkanen won the rally driving a Subaru Impreza. The Finn clocked one hour 27 minutes and 12 seconds to clinch victory in the opening round of the 2015 Kenya Rally Championship. Jassi Chatte, nurse http://connectgroups.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php driving a Mitsubishi EVO 10 finished second 54 seconds behind Laukkanen, with Onkar Rai sealing the podium 2 minutes 53 seconds behind.

Mangat, the 2013 Uganda national rally champion, decided to compete in Kenya this year because of the high competition there.

Focus now turns to the opening event on Uganda national Rally championship calendar, the Mbarara rally this coming weekend that will cover a total distance of 368.8km and will go through the districts of Masaka, Lwengo, Lyatonde, Kiruhura and Mbarara.

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