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HASPA MARATHON HAMBURG on 23rd April with Olympic Champion Stephen Kiprotich

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(photo: start of the Haspa Marathon Hamburg / Hochzwei / Haspa Marathon Hamburg)  For the first time in the history of the Haspa Hamburg Marathon an Olympic Marathon champion will be on the start line of the elite field: Stephen Kiprotich will be a star attraction on April 23 in Hamburg. The Ugandan caused a sensation when he surprised the favourites to win the Olympic gold in London in 2012, promoted to sporting superstar status overnight in his home country. A year later Kiprotich added to his tally of gold medals in winning the World Marathon title in Moscow. The 27-year-old continued to show his appetite for championship running by finishing sixth in the 2015 World Championships in Beijing. Meanwhile he also improved his own national record to 2:06:33 when finishing second in the Tokyo Marathon.

Principe, Mareno Lead Junior Mile Fields in Boston

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BOSTON, Mass. (Jan. 17, 2017) – DJ Principe, ranked #1 in the U.S. this season in the mile and 3000 meters, and Nevada Mareno, who earlier this month won a bronze medal competing on Team USA in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country International Challenge, will lead some of the nation’s top middle-distance runners in the Junior Mile at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, organizers announced today.

AJC Peachtree Road Race to Host 2017 USA 10 km Championships

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Two-Time World Champion Bernard Lagat first to commit to world’s largest 10K in 2017 - ATLANTA – January 11, 2017 – The USA 10K champion will be named on Independence Day as the men’s and women’s USATF 10 km Championships return to Atlanta at the 2017 AJC Peachtree Road Race. One of the most decorated middle distance runners in history, Bernard Lagat, will join other top U.S. athletes to  kick off Atlanta’s July 4th celebrations alongside the 60,000 participants of the world’s largest 10K.