Demadonna’s Tamirat Tola Destroys Men’s Field when cloaking 59’37" at the 2017 Prague HM on April 1st


tamirati pragueThe race started in the regular manner until shortly after the 10th kilometers mark when Ethiopia’s Tamirat Tola, Olympic bronze medalist in the men's 10,000 in Rio and course record at the Dubai Marathon with a time of 2h04’11” in January, launched a vicious attack and quickly put a 10 seconds gap between him and the leading pack. After running 13'55" for his third 5 kilometer segment, his lead was up to 33 seconds and by the 15th kilometer and he’d continue to pad it all the way to the finish, winning in a big personal best of 59’37”, over a minute ahead of Kenya’s Josphat Tanui, who pulled away late from fellow Kenyan Geoffrey Yegon to earn second position in 60’48”.



Second place for Demadonna's Ruto Dominic Kipngetich of Kenya with 2h09'08" in the men's 23rd edition of Rome Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label event held on April 02.

The race winner was Ethiopia's Tola Kitata with a time of 2h07'28", second fastest time in the history of the event. Third place for Kenya's Benjamin Bitok in 2h09'13".


On April 09 at the Paris Marathon our Yego Solomon Kirwa of Kenya and Daniel Flomena Cheyech also from Kenya both had to settle for a third place finish with a time of 2h07'12" and 2h21'22" in the men's and women's race respectively.

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