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PHOTO: SCC EVENTS / Petko Beier. Philemon Kiplimo, Rabea Schöneborn, Joyciline Jepkosgei and Philipp Pflieger at press conference

The GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON will be Germany’s first major international road race since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. World-class fields will feature the former world half marathon record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei and fellow-Kenyan Philemon Kiplimo. A total of 21,546 athletes from 140 countries have entered Sunday’s race. 20,774 of them will run the half marathon distance. The GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON will be the first road race this year worldwide to feature around 20,000 participants.

BOSTON—The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has announced more than 140 athletes will compete at the 125th Boston Marathon as part of the John Hancock Professional Athlete Team. Olympians, Paralympians, global marathon winners, and 13 previously announced Boston champions will race from Hopkinton to Boston on October 11 in the first fall edition of the Boston Marathon.

(photo: VCM / Leo Hagen)  As things stand in Austria the Vienna City Marathon will go ahead on 12th September. It is one month to go tomorrow and organizers do not expect any drastic rule changes that would limit outdoor events in the coming weeks. Since 1st July  the Austrian government has allowed all events to go ahead, no matter how many people are involved.

Wave Sky 5 incorporates MIZUNO ENERZY CORE and all new woven upper - NORCROSS, GA – (August 12, 2021) Mizuno, a global leader in running footwear and apparel, launched the fifth iteration of the Mizuno Wave Sky series, Wave Sky 5. The Wave Sky 5 features MIZUNO ENERZY CORE, the brand’s softest and most responsive midsole material yet, along with an all-new Smooth Stretch Woven upper.

TOKYO --  had the greatest shot put series in Olympic history and became only the third man to win back-to-back golds in the event, coming near to his own world record in the final round with a massive 23.30m/76-5.5 to lead a 1-2 Team USATF finish for the second Games in a row.


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