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VIDEO RELEASE: BMW BERLIN-MARATHON ON SUNDAY: Video interview with Gladys Cherono

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Gladys Cherono is the favourite of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON on Sunday. She already won the race in 2015 with a world-class time of 2:19:25, going within 13 seconds of breaking the course record, set in 2005 by the Japanese Mizuki Noguchi (2:19:12). In this interview the 34 year-old Kenyan speaks about her form, the injury she suffered last year and her goals for Sunday.

Brooks Running Company Offers Free Shoes at Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon

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Fast Split Times for Mile 22 Will Win Runners Brooks Levitates with DNA AMP - ST. PAUL, Minn. (September 20, 2017) Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon partner Brooks Running Company will celebrate the launch of its new shoe – the Brooks Levitate with DNA AMP – with a unique incentive at the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon on October 1.

ADIDAS’ FASTEST LONG-DISTANCE RUNNERS TO COMPETE IN A LIMITED EDITION UPDATE OF THE ADIDAS ADIZERO SUB2 AT BERLIN MARATHON

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Berlin, September 22, 2017: adidas Running has today unveiled a limited edition update of its adidas adizero Sub2 racing shoes and the continuation of a journey which started with the first release at the beginning of the year. After racing to victory in February in Tokyo in adizero Sub2, Kenyan Wilson Kipsang will again attempt to break the boundaries in distance running in Berlin.

CHICAGO HALF MARATHON & LIFE TIME 5K SET FOR SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

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Event supports Hand-In-Hand hurricane relief, multiple charity partners - More than 12,000 runners are set to participate in the Chicago Half Marathon & 5K, produced by Life Time – Healthy Way of Life, this Sunday, September 24. This year marks the 21st running of the endurance event, Chicago’s premier half marathon, which is expected to raise $300,000 for its charity partners, including the Hand-In-Hand Hurricane Relief Fund.

VIDEO RELEASE: BMW BERLIN-MARATHON ON SUNDAY: Video interviews with Wilson Kipsang, Kenenisa Bekele and Eliud Kipchoge

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The Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya, Ethiopia’s defending champion Kenenisa Bekele and the former world record holder Wilson Kipsang from Kenya are ready for a world record chase in the 44th edition of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON on Sunday. The three strongest marathon runners in the world want to break the mark of 2:02:57 which Kenya’s Dennis Kimetto set three years ago in Berlin. In their interviews they speak about the record attempt, their shape and their competitors.