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VIENNA CITY MARATHON ON 7 April: Tadesse Abraham wants to bounce back in Vienna

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Swiss record holder Tadesse Abraham will run his next marathon in Austria. Organisers of the Vienna City Marathon confirmed the start of the 36 year-old who holds a personal best of 2:06:40 and was runner-up in the European Championships’ marathon in Berlin last summer. Returning to Vienna will be the winner of the race from 2016, Robert Chemosin. Kenneth Keter is another Kenyan who can challenge Tadesse Abraham in the Austrian capital. Including running events at shorter distances staged parallel to the marathon organisers expect more than 40,000 athletes for the 36th edition of the Vienna City Marathon. Entries for this IAAF Gold Label Road Race - the highest category in international road running - are still accepted online at: www.vienna-marathon.com

HASPA MARATHON HAMBURG ON 28 APRIL: World record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei runs marathon debut in Hamburg

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World record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei runs marathon debut in Hamburg - World half marathon record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei will run her debut at the full distance in Hamburg on 28 April this year. This was announced by the organisers of the Haspa Marathon Hamburg today. The marathon debut of the 25 year-old Kenyan is one eagerly awaited in international road running. Organisers also confirmed that Abel Kirui will compete on the fast course in Hamburg. The Kenyan has won two World Championship gold medals and an Olympic silver. He intends to attack Eliud Kipchoge’s course record on 28 April. Online entry for Germany’s biggest spring marathon is still possible at: www.haspa-marathon-hamburg.de

Debutant Molla and Chepngetich smash course records in Dubai

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Getaneh Molla produced the fastest marathon debut in history to win the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon, while Ruth Chepngetich moved up to third on the women’s world all-time list at the IAAF Gold Label road race on Friday (25).

Another Record Setting Day in Houston

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The 47th Chevron Houston Marathon and 17th Aramco Houston Half Marathon again lived up to their reputation for being flat and fast, with Brigid Kosgei running the fastest half marathon ever on U.S. soil and 44 American athletes running times that qualify them to compete in the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials.