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    ¶2019 mWC Mar: Lelisa Desisa (Ethiopia) 2:10:40
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    1. Mosinet Geremew (Ethiopia)
    2. Mule Wasihun (Ethiopia)
    3. Geoffrey Kirui (Kenya)
    4. Lelisa Desisa (Ethiopia)
    5. Amos Kipruto (Kenya)
    6. Laban Korir (Kenya)
    7. Kaan Kigen Özbilen (Turkey)
    8. Paul Lonyangata (Kenya)
    9. Tadesse Abraham (Switz)
    10. Stephen Mokoka (SAfr)
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    Quite probably an afterthought, after the hotter-than-hell conditions that dropped 1/3 of the women's field, and Kenenisa Bekele's hotter-than-hell final 6K that missed the WR in Berlin by 2 seconds. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CookyMonzta View Post
    Quite probably an afterthought, after the hotter-than-hell conditions that dropped 1/3 of the women's field, and Kenenisa Bekele's hotter-than-hell final 6K that missed the WR in Berlin by 2 seconds. :-)
    Yeah who cares about this event at this point
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    Derlys Ayala of Paraguay 32 seconds clear at 3 km...
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    Ayala with a 1-minute gap over the field at 5 km (!).

    He's gone out at 2:07 pace because why the heck not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LopenUupunut View Post
    Ayala with a 1-minute gap over the field at 5 km (!).

    He's gone out at 2:07 pace because why the heck not.
    According to Tilastopaja, Ayala ran the Buenos Aires Marathon on September 22nd. I find that hard to believe!
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    1:05:56 at halfway.

    Seems the conditions today aren't quite as punishing as previous days, "only" 29°C and humidity somewhat lower.

    Ayala on the roadside, seems like DNF.
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    The 5k from 20 to 25 run in 15:01!
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Didn't expect to see Tadese here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicy News View Post
    Didn't expect to see Tadese here.
    The thing is Tadese has been a 10k/HM star who always had problems with lasting the whole 42.195k.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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