Kenenisa Bekele Clocks Fastest 10K Time In World With 27:49 In Dublin
Kenenisa Bekele clocking the fastest 10 kilometres time in the world so far this year blew away Europe’s top distance runners to win the SPAR Great Ireland Run by a huge margin in Dublin on Sunday (15). More.
48,904 Registered For 2012 Vancouver Sun Run
The 2012 Vancouver Sun Run was another triumphant celebration of health, fitness and community spirit with 48,904 registered. From start to finish, exhilarated runners, walkers and wheelchair participants gave it their all while enjoying the spectacular beauty of the City of Vancouver. More.
Belgian Vansteelant And Mullan Wins TriStar Mallorca 2012
The second edition of the TriStar Mallorca was tougher because of the rain and the wind at some moments, but 700 athletes enjoyed one of the most valued TriStar races last year. The Belgian Vansteelant, 3:42:51, won in his first ever participation in a triathlon. He started swimming this year! More.
No Limits Half Marathon Events Scheduled For Oct. 27
Texas Motor Speedway officials have announced that the track will play host to the first-ever “No Limits” Half Marathon and 5K running events on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. More.
Ben Groleau Wins boys’ And Evelyn Heffernan Won Girls Boston Athletic Association Scholastic Invitational Mile
Ben Groleau is hitting .500 lifetime at the boys’ Boston Athletic Association Scholastic Invitational Mile. In the girls’ race, Newton North sophomore, Evelyn Heffernan, won with a time of 5:23.1. Shelby Aarden (5:24) of Hopkinton was second and Melissa Lodge (5:24.8), also of Hopkinton, third. More.
Kenya’s Too Daniel Kiprugut won the 12th Barclays Milan City Marathon
Kenya’s Too Daniel Kiprugut won the 12th Barclays Milan City Marathon in a time of 2hr 8:39. His compatriot Kurgut Nickson came second in 2hr 8:43, while Ethiopia’s Gemechu Worku Biru came third in 2hr 8:48. More.
Leonar Carniero Was First Runner To Finish Rock ‘n’ Roll Edinburgh Half Marathon
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series made its European debut on Sunday morning in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Edinburgh Half Marathon. Leonar Carniero, 33, from Portugal was first runner to finish completing the race in 1 hour, 16 minutes and 5 seconds. More.
Wesley Korir Of The United States, Won The Boston Marathon
Wesley Korir, a Kenyan citizen and permanent resident of the United States, won the Boston Marathon on Monday in a heat-slowed time of 2 hours, 12 minutes, 40 seconds that was more than five minutes behind the world best established a year ago by Geoffrey Mutai. More.