The course record was broken at the weekend Copenhagen Marathon and Bangalore 10K. Both races welcomed tens of thousands of runners and saw previous race records destroyed by some of the world’s top East African runners.
The record for the men’s course is in Eritrea Berhane Tsegay, I crossed the finish line at 2:08:23 and took a minute and a half from the previous record from 2019, Helah Jelegat Kiprop The Kenyan player broke the previous record in 5 minutes at 2:24:10 and won the women’s race.
The flat, fast course combined with mild sunny conditions created the perfect racing environment in the Danish capital. The men’s race did not start until the 30K mark. The group of 10 men was reduced to 4 with his compatriot Tsegay. Henok TesfayeKenya Daniel Kipchumba When Samuel Kiplimo.. With just over 2km left, Tsegay joined the group and jumped 16 seconds earlier than Tessfay, who finished on the previous course record at 2:08:39. Kipchumba finished third in his marathon debut at 2:08:55.
Jelegat Kiprop returned to the podium in Copenhagen two years after giving birth to his son. The 37-year-old 2015 World Championship Silver Medalist wasn’t one of his favorite races, but said she plans to continue the race after the race. Jelegat Kiprop has won her personal best at 2:21:27 from her victory at the 2016 Tokyo Marathon. Muluhabt Tsega The Ethiopian team looked strong throughout the race, but settled in second place with a personal best time of 2:24:23.
Both the Jelegat Kiprop and Tsegay eras are now the record for all Danish visitors.
Kenya Nicholas Kimeli When Irina Chepet At the 14th World Bangalore 10K, the course record was set at 27:38 and 30:35, respectively.
It’s a Kenyan double in Bangalore!
Irina Chepet and Nicholas Kimeli Kimeli won the course records at 30:35 and 27:38. @ world10krun 🏃♂️
— World Athletics (@WorldAthletics) May 15, 2022
The race is in Kenya Reynold Kipcoryl, The first 5K went at his own pace and the rest of the field passed the mark at 14 flats, 10-15 seconds behind. With 5K mark, Kimeli, Kibiwot Kandy When Tadesse Wolku Just before about 6.5km, before overtaking Kipcoril, we started working together to pull Kipcoril back.
Worku soared in the last 1km, but when Kimeli finally took the lead, the two men sprinted the last 300m at the Three Kanteerava stadium in Bangalore like a middle-distance runner and couldn’t respond. .. Kimeli’s kick was unmatched, with Work finishing second at 27:43. Kandy, the world record holder for the half marathon, finished third at 27:57.
Kenya’s Nikola Kimeli and Irina Cheptai ran 27:38 and 30:35 course records at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) World 10K Bengaluru 2022, respectively. pic.twitter.com/V9fO2srI7W
— Athletics Kenya (@athletics_kenya) May 15, 2022
Women’s races are very different from men’s races, and Chepet took a big chunk from the women’s course record in the second half. Agnes Geppetto At 31:19 when she ran in 2018.
The lead pack has become three women around the 5K mark, Chepet, and two Olympic silver medalists. Helen Obiri, When Joyce Tele Of Kenya.
— Tim Hutchings (@ TimHutchings1) May 15, 2022
Tele was the first person to lose contact with the group after 5K when Obiri began to increase his pace after hitting the 5K mark at 15:15. Obiri led the next 2km race and Cheptai was in turn to push at 8km. The Kenyan duo continued to fight for about 300 meters remaining when Chepet soared over Obili and crossed the line with his personal best at 30:35. Obiri finished second with his personal best time at 30:44. Tele was third at 31:47.
Weekend Summary: Course records are in Copenhagen and Bungalows
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